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Declared Accounts: Civil List

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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 25, 1711. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1952.

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Civil List

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: TREASURER OF THE CHAMBER.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 563 [E351/563]. AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 409, ROLL 147 [A.O.1/409/147].
JOHN, VISCOUNT FITZHARDING, Treasurer of the Chamber.
29 September 1710 to 29 September 1711.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the Accomptant's hands on the determination of the preceding Accompt, nil, he being in surplusage.
Receipts:
Michaelmas term 9 and 10 Anne in further part of 50,000l. by privy seal of 13 Nov. 7 Anne 11,781 15
Easter term 10 Anne in full of the same 281 3
ditto in part of 50,000l. by privy seal of 18 April 10 Anne 10,728 12
total charge and receipts £22,791 12
Discharge. £ s. d.
surplusage as on the foot of his last Accompt wages and other annual allowances as by the Establishment of 23 Dec. 1702: 14,771 18 0
her Majesty's alms per John, Archbishop of York, Lord High Almoner; for three quarters to Midsummer 1711 739 5 0
William Shore, sergeant trumpeter, for Michaelmas quarter 1710 25 0 0
John Eccles, Master of the Queen's Musick, at 200l. per an.; 24 Musicians and an Instrument Keeper at 40l. per an. each: same time 300 0 0
Thomas Herbert, clock and watchmaker; for three quarters to Ladyday 1711 225 0 0
the Officers of the Jewel Office, viz., John Charlton, Master, at 50l. per an.; Edward Pauncfort, Yeoman, at 106l. 15s. 0d. per an.; Edward Yardley, Groom, at 105l. 8s. 4d. per an.; Robert Sedgwick, Clerk, at 13l. 6s. 8d. per an.; all for Michaelmas quarter 1710 only 68 17 6
Jonathan Hunt, moletaker, at 8l. 1s. 8d. per an.; same time 2 0 5
Walter Martin, ratkiller, at 48l. 3s. 4d. per an.; same time 12 0 10
Michael Wolrich and William Lovegrove, coffer bearers, at 27l. 7s. 6d. each per an.; same time 13 13 9
ten grooms of the Great Chamber at 40l. per an. each; same time 100 0 0
forty messengers of the same in ordinary at 45l. per an. each; same time 450 0 0
Thomas Atterbury and William Sharp, clerks of the checque to the said messengers at 99l. 15s. per an. each; same time 49 17 6
Thomas Archer, groom porter, at 550l. per an.; same time 137 10 0
Charles Dalton, Gentleman Usher, daily waiter assistant, at 66l. 13s. 4d. per an.; same time 16 13 4
William Vanbrugh, Comptroller of this Accompt, at 150l. per an.; same time 37 10 0
Piercy Kirk, housekeeper at Whitehall, at 650l. per an.; same time 162 10 0
Somerset English, under-housekeeper at Hampton Court, at 320l. per an.; same time 80 0 0
Richard Marriot, keeper of the privy lodgings at Hampton Court, at 200l. per an.; same time 50 0 0
Theodore Randue, housekeeper and wardrobe keeper at Windsor Castle, at 320l. per an.; for three quarters to Ladyday 1711 240 0 0
Henry Lowman, housekeeper and wardrobekeeper at Kensington, at 100l. per an.; for Michaelmas quarter 1710 25 0 0
Thomas Hutton, housekeeper and wardrobe keeper at Somerset House, at 100l. per an.; same time 25 0 0
Edward Brown, under-housekeeper at St. James's, at 60l. per an.; same time 15 0 0
Daniel Child, keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at Whitehall, at 200l. per an.; same time 50 0 0
the Hon. Gray Maynard, keeper of the Wardrobe at St. James's, at 110l. per an.; same time 27 10 0
Thomas Hall, keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at Windsor Castle, at 160l. per an.; same time 40 0 0
Officers of the Removing Wardrobe, viz.:
the Hon. Gray Maynard, yeoman of the Removing Wardrobe at Whitehall, at 230l. per an.; same time 57 10 0
Thomas Taylor and Charles Nicholas, grooms, at 130l. each; same time 65 0 0
Kendall Heron and Charles Lucas, pages, at 100l. each; same time; Elizabeth Sewell, executrix of Josias Sewell, late page, to complete half a year to Ladyday 1710 and in full for half a year and 13 days to 12 Oct. 1710 112 11
(total for the Removing Wardrobe 235l. 1s. 2½d.)
William Vanhuls, clerk to Her Majesty's Robes and Wardrobes, at 160l. per an.; for Michaelmas quarter 1710 40 0 0
Thomas Baddeley, gardener at Somerset House Garden, at 50l. per an.; same time 12 10 0
physicians:
Dr. Thomas Lawrence, First and Principal Physician, at 400l. per an.; same time 100 0 0
Dr. Martin Lister, Second ditto, at 300l. per an.; same time 75 0 0
Sir David Hamilton, Third ditto, at 250l. per an.; same time 62 10 0
Dr. John Arbuthnot, Fourth ditto, at 200l. per an.; same time 50 0 0
(total for the Queen's physicians 287l. 10s. 0d.)
apothecaries:
James Chase, apothecary to her Majesty's person, for his allowance of 160l. for sweets etc.; same time 40 0 0
Daniell Matthews, ditto, for his salary at 115l. per an.; and for his allowance for physick at 205l. 5s. 0d. per an.; same time 80 1 3
William Jones, apothecary to her Majesty's household, at 106l. 13s. 4d. per an.; same time 26 13 4
(total for apothecaries 146l. 14s. 7d.)
chirurgeons:
Henry Bernard, executor to Charles Bernard, serjeant surgeon, at 396l. 13s. 4d. per an.; same time 99 3 4
William Gardyner, surgeon to the household, at 280l. per an.; same time 70 0 0
(total for chirurgeons 169l. 3s. 4d.)
Sir John Stanley, bt., Secretary to the Chamberlain of the Household, at 60l. per an.; same time 15 0 0
William Battell and Edward Aspinall, two Gentlemen of the Chapel Royal, in lieu of three deer, for a year to Michaelmas 1711 20 0 0
Elizabeth Battersby for rent of the passage out of the privy garden into Channel Row at 3l. 10s. 0d. per an. for a year to Midsummer 1711 3 10 0
Elizabeth Jux, strewer of herbs, and received by her administratrix at 24l. per an. for Michaelmas quarter 1710 6 0 0
John Howard, joiner of the privy garden, at 19l. 11s. 8d.; same time 4 17 11
Thomas Rymer, Historiographer Royal, at 200l. per an.; same time 50 0 0
Nahum Tate, Poet Laureate, at 100l. per an.; same time 25 0 0
Josiah Kay, locksmith, at 18l. 5s. 0d. per an.; same time 4 11 3
John Clothier, Court drummer, at 24l. per an.; same time 6 0 0
Peter Walton, repairer of her Majesty's pictures, at 200l. per an.; same time 50 0 0
Thomas Brand, flourisher and embellisher of letters to the Eastern Princes, at 60l. per an.; same time 15 0 0
the Guard of her Majesty's body, viz.:
Charles, Visct. Townsend, Captain, at 1,000l. per an.; Chiverton Charlton, Lieutenant, at 500l. per an.; Richard Uphill, Ensign, at 300l. per an.; Charles Hanbury, clerk of the cheque, at 150l. per an.; four Corporals at 150l. per an.; and one hundred Yeomen of the Guard at 39l. 11s. 3d. per an. each; all for the same time 1,626 11 3
eight Yeomen Ushers at 10l. each per an.; same time 20 0 0
six Yeomen Hangers and two Yeomen Bedgoers; same rate and time 20 0 0
Thomas Smith, Yeoman at Pension, at 15l. per an.; same time 3 15 0
watermen: John Warner, Master of her Majesty's Barges, at 100l. per an. for half a year to Xmas 1710; and 48 Watermen and five Watermen at Pensions at 3l. 2s. 6d. each for the same time 132 16 3
Charles, Duke of St. Albans, for the salaries of three gamekeepers of Buckinghamshire and Berkshire and for three gamekeepers of Richmond and Hampton Court and for Rowland Marr, gamekeeper at Cookham and Bray, at 30l. per an. each for Michaelmas quarter 1710 52 10 0
Walter Chetwynd, Master of the Buckhounds, at 1,100l. per an. for half a year to Ladyday 1711 550 0 0
6,388 19
money paid upon Bills and Warrants:
by Warrant from the Lords of the Council:
John Gauntlett, underkeeper of the Council Records, for books, paper, pens and ink 90 0 0
by Warrants signed by the Lord Chamberlain for travelling charges, etc.
Edward Brown and other Pages of the Backstairs 24l. 6s. 0d.; John Incledon, housekeeper of Westminster Palace for himself, his man and six labourers 62l. 13s. 4d.; Walter Martin, ratkiller for destroying vermin in Kensington Palace and in the House of Lords and Commons at Westminster 28l. 19s. 0d.; John Warner, Master of the Barges, for carrying the Crown to the Parliament House and for carriage of goods to Hampton Court and Windsor 78l. 12s. 6d.; John Eccles, Master of the Queen's Musick, for pricking and writing compositions on New Year's Day and her Majesty's birthday, 22l. 7s. 0d.; Edmond Baker, a child of her Majesty's chapel, whose voice is changed, 20l.; Thomas Brignell, the same, 20l.; John Lenton, groom of the vestry of her Majesty's Chapel, 10l.; Somerset English for lodging her Majesty's Chaplains in Waiting at Hampton Court, 16l.; John Richardson for the lodging of a Chaplain at Kensington and for office fees, 10l. 4s. 6d.; Thomas St. Hill for New River water for St. James's Palace and Stables and for Office fees 37l. 16s.; John Holbeach, Clerk in the Treasury of the Chamber, for his usual allowances, 12l.; Andrew Trebeck, Reader of Prayers for the Summer Season during her Majesty's absence at St. James's, 15l.; Walter Martin, ratkiller, for destroying vermin in Kensington Palace and in the House of Lords and House of Commons (second half year), 28l. 19s.; Sir William Oldes, Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod, for travelling charges attending her Majesty at Hampton Court 27 Sept. to 1 Nov. 1710, 9l.; Sir Edward Lawrence, kt., Gentleman Usher of the Privy Chamber in Ordinary, the same 30 Sept. to 19 Nov. 1710, 12l. 15s.; John Anderson, Gentleman Usher of of the Privy Chamber and William Sanderson, Gentleman Usher and Daily Waiter, the same 27 Sept. to 1 Oct. 1710, 2l. 10s.; Charles Dalton, Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter Assistant, the same 27 Sept. to 19 Nov. 1710, 13l. 10s.; William Whitmore, Groom of the Privy Chamber, the same 27 Sept. to 1 Nov. 1710, 3l. 12s.; Jeremy Chaplin, Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter, the same 31 Oct. to 19 Nov. 1710, 5l.; Edward Pauncfort, Yeoman of the Jewel Office, for travelling charges 27 Sept. to 19 Nov. 1710, 10l. 2s. 6d.; Edward Yardley, Groom of the Jewel Office, ditto for attending her Majesty at Hampton Court 27 Sept. to 19 Nov. 1710, 6l. 15s.; the Hon. Grey Maynard, Yeoman of the Removing Wardrobe, the same, 10l. 2s. 6d.; Peter Laroch, Gentleman Harbinger, the same, 10l. 2s. 6d.; William Gardyner, Surgeon in Ordinary to the Household, the same 10l. 2s. 6d.; Kendall Heron, a Page of the said Wardrobe, for travelling charges in going with furniture to Hampton Court and his attendance on her Majesty there 25 Aug. to 1 Nov. 1710, 7l. 2s. 6d.; Charles Lucas, Page of the same, for the like, 10 Oct. to 19 Nov. 1710, 4l. 5s.; Elizabeth Sewell, widow of Josiah Sewell, late Page of the same, 1 June to 12 Oct. 1710, 7l. 10s.; Elizabeth Atkinson, Mistress Laundress to her Majesty for the like charges in attending her Majesty at Hampton Court 27 Sept. to 19 Nov. 1710, 13l. 10s.; Elizabeth Abrahall, Mistress Starcher, Thomas Charnock, Serjeant at Arms in Ordinary, Joseph Lawson, Charles Goodere, Thomas Turst and John Bigg, Exon of the Yeomen of the Guard, the same, 81l.; Dr. Arbuthnot, Physician in Ordinary, the same 27 Sept. to 19 Nov. 1710, 20l. 5s.; Alice Haberley, Necessary Woman to the Women of the Bedchamber, the same 27 Sept. to 19 Nov. 1710, 3l. 7s. 6d.; Robert Hemington, Groom of the Privy Chamber, for like charges, attending her Majesty at Kensington 3 May to 1 June 1710 and 30 June to 1 Sept. 1710 and at Hampton Court 31 Oct. to 19 Nov. 1710, 11l. 8s.; Mary Fyson, Necessary Woman in Ordinary, for like charges at Kensington 3 May to 29 Sept. 1710 and at Hampton Court 29 Sept. to 21 Nov. 1710, 25l. 10s.; Adam Lisney, James Cook and Griffith Evans, Grooms of the Great Chamber, for the like charges at Kensington 2 April to 29 Sept. 1710 and at Hampton Court 29 Sept. to 21 Nov. 1710, 41l. 5s.; John Evans, Page of the Presence, for like charges 2 April to 21 Nov. 1710, 13l. 15s.; Arnold Walwyn, another, the same, 13l. 15s.; John Boning, Groom of the Privy Chamber, the same at Kensington, 31 May to 27 Sept. 1710, 5l. 18s.; Henry Godfrey, Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter in Ordinary, for like charges at Kensington and Hampton Court 1 Aug. to 1 Nov. 1710, 5l. 4s.; Henry Gardy, another, for like charges at Kensington for 16 days in Aug. 1710, 1l. 12s. 0d.; Charles Bressey, another, for the same 3 May to 1 June 1710 and 31 Aug. to 29 Sept., 6l.; Thomas Hutton, another, for the same 31 May to 1 Aug. 1710, 6l. 6s.; John Foster, Lawrence Saxton and John Smith, Pages of the Backstairs, for the same for 84 days 31 May 1710 to 1 June 1711 (sic.) 37l. 16s.; Dr. Ralph Battell, Sub-Dean and First Gentleman of the Chapel, and the rest of the Gentlemen and others of the Chapel Royal for riding charges to Windsor and Hampton Court, 66l. 7s. 6d.; Charles Lucas, Closet Keeper to the Chapel Royal, for travelling charges in attending on her Majesty 2 April to 19 Nov. 1710, 34l. 1s. 0d.; the Gentlemen of the Band of Pensioners for like charges attending on her Majesty at Windsor on Sundays and Days of Solemnity, 480l.; Thomas Williams, Page of the Wardrobe, for like charges in going to Windsor to take down the Mourning, for 16 days in Jan. 1710–11, 2l. 0s. 0d. 1,368 6 10
extraordinary payments specially allowed by Warrant under the Royal Sign Manual 20 Nov. 1712:
Mrs. Stockwell, administratrix of Bernard Smith, late organ-builder in Bath Abbey, when her Majesty was there in 1702 and for the use of an organ at Windsor and St. James's Chapel the same year 100 0 0
Christopher Shrider, her Majesty's organ-builder, in part payment for an organ for Hampton Court Chapel and for Office fees 322 10 0
Benjamin Bedford, upholsterer, for new furniture for a room in the house hired by the Muscovite Ambassador and for Office fees 53 15 0
the same for six months' rent of the said house, for several necessaries over and above his agreement and for Office fees 255 7 3
John Verelsta, painter, for four pictures of the Indian Kings at whole length and for fees at several Offices 107 10 0
839 2 3
(total paid upon Bills and Warrants etc. 2,297l. 9s. 1d.)
Ordinary allowances:
the Rt. Hon. Sir Edward Ward, kt., Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer, for his travel and pains at the Declaring of this Accompt 3 6 8
the Hon. Edward Harley, an Auditor of the Imprests, for examining, auditing and engrossing this Accompt 73 6 8
this Accomptant for his salary for Michaelmas quarter 1710 and for his patent fee Xmas quarter 1710 116 17 0
the same for Office necessaries etc. 6 13 4
(total Ordinary allowances 200l. 3s. 8d.)
total payments and allowances £23,658 9 10½
and so this Accountant is in surplusage 866l. 17s. 10d.
Declared 8 May 1714.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: MISTRESS OF THE ROBES.
PIPE OFFICE, ROLL 2844 [E. 351/2844]. AUDIT OFFICE BUNDLE 2067, ROLL 105 [A.O.1/2067/105].
The Joint Account of CHARLES HODGES, gent., and MRS. RACHEL THOMAS, successively.
25 March 1708 to 25 March 1711.
See Vol. XXIII of this Calendar, p. ccxcvii.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: MASTER OF THE HORSE.
PIPE OFFICE, ROLL 1767 [E.351/1767]. AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 1445, ROLL 24 [A.O.1/1445/24].
The final Accompt of the DUKE OF SOMERSET as Master of the Horse, covering the period 28 April 1709 to 19 July 1712, the day he was superseded in this office.
See Vol. XXIV of this Calendar, p. cxciv.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: WORKS AND BUILDINGS.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 3316 [E351/3316]. AUDIT OFFICE BUNDLE 2447, ROLL 145 [A.O.1/2447/145].
CHARLES DARTIQUENAVE, Paymaster of her Majesty's Works and Buildings.
31 December 1710 to 31 December 1711.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: Remaining in the hands of this Accomptant as at the foot of the preceding Accompt 9,437 17
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer: Michaelmas term, 10 and 11 Anne, in further part of 40,000l. by privy seal of 19 Sept. 9 Anne 7,553 3
Easter term, 11 Anne; in full of the same 3,605 17
ditto; in part of 40,000l. by privy seal of 9 April 11 Anne 2,120 1 1
Michaelmas term 11 and 12 Anne; in further part of the same 1,825 11 11
15,104 14 0
total charge and receipts £24,542 11
Discharge.
payments to tradesmen etc. for sundry works and repairs at the following places:
the Tower of London:
emptions and provisions 410 4 5
carriage of provisions and rubbish etc. 23 3 0
wages and entertainments (carpenters at 2s. 8d. and 3s. per diem each, bricklayers, joiners, paviours, masons at 3s. per diem each, plasterers at 2s., 2s. 6d. and 3s. per diem each, labourers at 1s. 10d. per diem each, and to Thomas Rotheram, clerk of the Works, for entertainment and boat hire 47l. 1s. 3d.) 384 6 0
task work (to Joseph Roberts, master plumber, for mending the leads over the Bloody Tower and other work, to John Hopson for joiner's work at the Governor's house and the Jewel Office, to John Smout, mason, for several Portland chimney pieces and Purbeck paving, to David Lance, plaisterer, for work at the Governor's house, the Warders' houses, over the Constable's Tower etc., to Thomas Highmore, sergeant painter, for work at the Governor's and Constable's houses, at the Jewel Tower etc., to Matthew Banks, carpenter, for work at the Jewel House) 182 14 1
1,000 7 6
the Palace at Whitehall:
emptions and provisions 1,983 11
carriage of provisions and rubbish, cleansing of drains etc. 144 16 6
wages and entertainments (carpenters, bricklayers, joiners, masons at 2s. 6d. and 3s. per diem each, plasterers at 2s., 2s. 6d. and 3s. per diem each, plumbers at 2s. 6d. per diem each, sawyers at 3s. 8d. per diem a couple, mazerscowerers' at 1s. 8d. and 2s. per diem each, labourers at 1s. 8d., 1s. 10d. and 2s. 6d. per diem each, and to Leonard Gammon, clerk of the Works, for his entertainment, candles and dogsmeat, 112l. 3s. 4d.) 1,230 19 2
task work (to John Hopson, master joiner, to David Lance, master plasterer, to Matthew Banks, carpenter, to John Smout, master mason, for marble and Portland chimney pieces, Purbeck paving etc., to Richard Stacey, master bricklayer, and to Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter) 2,074 5 0
rewards (to Robert Bedoe, under-housekeeper, for opening and shutting the doors to and after the workmen and labourers, to Langley Bradley for cleaning etc. the clock in Scotland Yard, to Thomas Herbert for looking after the clocks of her Majesty's palaces, to Michael Bigglestone for tending the lamp in Scotland Yard and for sweeping the chimneys and for ringing the workmen's bell in Scotland Yard, and to Robert Webb for cleaning the main sewer from the sluice in the Park to the lower end of the dock in Scotland Yard). 51 19 0
other charges (pulling down the old Bakehouse and making an additional building to the Lodgings appointed to Edmond Dunch, master of the Household, to John Smout, mason, for new Purbeck paving, Reigate [stone] in several hearths and several Portland chimney pieces, to Richard Stacey, master bricklayer, to John Hopson, master joyner, for taking down several old 'shass' frames in the Old Apartment and for 'wainscotting, shass frames, cornish and other joyner's work' in the new Building, to John Ireland for glass and glazier's work, to David Lance, master plasterer, to Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, to Joseph Roberts, serjeant plumber, to Josiah Kay, smith, to Matthew Banks, carpenter, to Robert Webb, 'mazer scowerer', for stripping the tiles of the Old Building and assisting the carpenter in taking down the timber work, etc., to Deborah Reading for carriage of sundry provisions to the Lodgings etc., to Leonard Gammon, clerk of Works, for measuring up the several works and making up this Accompt, to Charles Haughton for casting up and engrossing this Accompt, to Richard Neagle for seeing after the performance of several works etc., to Leonard Woodeson for transcribing this Accompt etc. 2,010 17
7,496 7 9
the Manor or Mansion House at St. James's:
emptions and provisions 986 5 2
carriage of provisions and rubbish etc. 187 7 10
wages and entertainments (plumbers and bricklayers at 2s. 6d. per diem each, labourers at 1s. 8d. per diem each) 92 10 0
task work (to John Smout, mason, for marble and Portland chimney pieces, new Purbeck paving etc., to Matthew Banks, carpenter, to David Lance, master plasterer, to John Hopson, master joyner, to Richard Stacey, master bricklayer, and to Thomas Highmore, master painter) 3,120 11
rewards (to Edward Brown, underhousekeeper, for opening and shutting doors) 1 10 0
4,388 4
the Old Palace of Westminster:
emptions and provisions 533 0 2
carriage of provisions and rubbish etc. 61 0 0
Robert Webb, mazer-scowerer, for pumping and cleansing the Vault of the House of Lords and House of Commons and clearing of drains 24 15 4
wages and entertainments (carpenters, plumbers, bricklayers, joiners, masons, at 2s. 6d. per diem each, labourers at 1s. 8d. per diem each) 59 16 8
taskwork (to Matthew Banks, carpenter, for repairing the gallery in the House of Lords, over the Princes' Chamber and at Westminster Hall Gate, to David Lance, plasterer, for work at the House of Lords and Commons, at the Parliament Office and Record Office, etc., to John Smout, mason, for mending the steps going up to the House of Commons and work at the House of Lords, to John Hopson for joiner's work, to Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for work at the House of Lords, to Richard Stacey, bricklayer, for work at the Princes' Chamber and at the House of Lords) 322 0 5
1,000 12 7
Denmark House:
emptions and provisions 470 3 9
cartage of provisions and rubbish etc. 11 15 8
wages and entertainments (carpenters, bricklayers and joiners at 2s. 6d. per diem each, labourers at 1s. 8d. per diem each, and to Thomas Rotherham, clerk of the Works, 41l. 1s. 3d.) 269 5 5
taskwork (to John Smout, mason, for Purbeck paving etc., to Joseph Jolly, pavior, for paving work in the court and before the gate in the street, to Matthew Banks, carpenter, to Thomas Hopson, joyner, to Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for work in several lodgings and in the chapel, to David Lance, master plasterer) 389 0
rewards (to Thomas Hutton, underhousekeeper, for opening and shutting doors) 1 10 0
to the Governors and Company of the New River for rent of the water brought from the New River at Islington to Denmark House 26 0 0
1,167 15
her Majesty's house at Winchester:
a labourer's wages at 1s. 10d. per diem for looking after the stores; Thomas Waite, carpenter, for mending fences etc., Matthew Speering for cleansing the pipes etc., Thomas Bateman, clerk of the Works, for salary, dogs' meat, postage, etc. 88 8 3
Newmarket:
emptions and provisions 39 7
wages etc. (labourers at 1s. 6d., 1s. 8d. and 1s. 9d. per diem each, and to Francis Buckle, clerk of the Works, 79l. 1s. 10d.) 98 15 5
taskwork (to Richard Stacy, bricklayer, for work about the stables and the Fourteen Mile starting house, to David Lance, plasterer, for plastering and whiting the chimneys) 20 5 5
158 7 10½
Hampton Court:
emptions and provisions 2,008 13 10¼
Nicholas South for carriage of stone etc. 621 12
wages etc. (masons at 2s. 8d. and 3s. per diem each, carpenters and joiners at 2s. 6d. and 3s. per diem each, plumbers and bricklayers at 2s. 6d. per diem each, sawyers at 5s. per diem each (sic), labourers at 1s. 8d. per diem each; John Ball, clerk of the Works, 149l. 17s. 3d.) 755 1 6
rewards (to Richard Neagle for going to Hampton Court to pass the monthly accounts for Whitehall, St. James's and Westminster, to Charles Haughton, William Deeplow, Leonard Woodeson and Thomas Kynaston for the like, to John Alingham for the like for the Tower and Denmark House, to John Vaughan for the like for Kensington, to Charles Brown for attending with the Paymaster's books, to Richard Marriott, keeper of the Privy Lodgings and Somerset English, underhousekeeper, for opening and shutting doors and to the last-named for opening the gates of the Queen's Meadows for the barge-horses bringing building materials 26 10 0
task work (to John Smout, mason, for Portland chimney pieces, Reigate stone, Purbeck paving etc., to Matthew Banks, carpenter, to John Hopson, joyner, to Joseph Jolly for paving work, to Richard Stacey, bricklayer, to Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, to David Lance, plasterer, and to Grinling Gibbons for carver's work done in the Queen's dressing room) 3,378 19
Charles Fisher for watercarriage of stone, etc., and for carrying the workmen etc. over the Thames 145 11 9
the gardens (to William Deeplow for estimates, etc., to Joseph Ray for smith's work, to Matthew Banks, carpenter, for making doors etc. and for work in the Melon Ground and at the Bowling Green, to John Smout, mason, for work in the Fountain Garden, Purbeck paving and Rygate used in the Stoves in the Bowling Green etc., to John Ireland, Glazier, to Joseph Carpenter for plain and china pots, to Henry Wise, master gardener, to Joseph Roberts, plumber, to Joseph Kelham, pumpmaker, for elm pipe and iron hoops, to Thomas Simpson for looking after the bridge and river etc., to Richard Stacey for bricklayer's work, repairing walls etc., and also at the Bowling Green and at the Fountain, to Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for work at the Greenhouse and for painting garden pots etc., to William Pritchard, cooper, for tubs etc., to Nicholas South for carriage of timber etc., to John Ball, clerk of the Works, to Charles Haughton for attendance on the Officers of the Works 2,614 4
for sundry works done at the Chapel (to Josiah Kay and Thomas Robinson for smith's work, to Richard Stacey, bricklayer, for paving work, to John Ireland for glazier's work, to Matthew Banks, carpenter, to Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for painting the ceiling and walls with white lead, cleaning and gilding anew the arms and ornaments on each side the chapel door, to John Smout, mason, for white and black marble paving, to Grinling Gibbons, carver, to Thomas Hopson, master joyner, for wainscotting and bellextion work done in the chapel and about the staircase in the 'Anti-Chappell, to David Lance for lathing and plastering work there, to John Ball, clerk of the Works, for his constant attendance, to Charles Haughton for setting down the rates etc., to Leonard Woodeson for attending the Officers of the Works and to Charles Brown for examining this Account) 4,052 17
13,603 10
her Majesty's house at Kensington:
emptions and provisions 1,222 12
Deborah Reading for land and water carriage of deals etc. from Scotland Yard to Kensington 77 17 6
William Edge, labourer, for cleansing the leads etc. 112 5 10
wages etc. (carpenters at 2s. 3d. and 3s. per diem each, masons at 3s. per diem each, paviors at 2s. and 3s. per diem each, bricklayers at 1s. 8d. and 2s. 6d. per diem each) 290 14 9
taskwork (to John Hopson, master joyner, to David Lance for plasterer's work, to Richard Stacey, bricklayer, to Matthew Banks, carpenter, to Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, to John Smout, mason, for Purbeck paving and Portland chimneys) 2,995 0
rewards (to Henry Powell, underhousekeeper, for opening and shutting doors, to Richard Neagle for giving notes to the carters for the safe carriage of timber from Scotland Yard to Kensington) 4 11 0
wages (to John Vaughan, watchman, for watching the timber yard, to Edward Glanville, ditto, to Nicholas Hawksmore, clerk of the Works) 292 3 5
the gardens and glasshouse (to David Lance, plasterer, to John Smout, mason, for Purbeck paving etc., to Thomas Robinson and Joseph Kay, for smith's work, to Matthew Banks for carpenter's work, to John Ireland for glazier's work, to Richard Fransham and Joseph Kay for ironmongers' wares; to Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for painting gates etc., to Joseph Roberts for plumber's work, to John Hopson, joyner, for work at the garden house, to Joseph Carpenter for china pots with double rims, to Henry Wise, master gardener, to William Pritchard, cooper, for tubs, etc., to Richard Stacey for bricklayer's work, to William Hind for skins to use about the tarpaulin cloth, to Nicholas Hawksmore for keeping the accounts, to William Deeplow for attending the Officers of the Works etc. and to Deborah Reading for carriage of stone rollers from Scotland Yard 899 1
5,894 5 11¼
charges of public paving:
to Joseph Jolly, pavior, for old ragg paving taken up and relaid in St. James Street, Westminster, for repairing pipe-work and drains about Whitehall, for old ragg and pebble paving taken up and new laid at Charing Cross, the Horse-Guards, St. James's and Whitehall etc. 388 14 6
35,186 14 11¾
wages and entertainments of Officers, Clerks and Artificers; travelling and other charges:
wages and entertainments (to Sir Christopher Wrenn, Surveyor of the Works, 320l. 5s. 10d.; to John Vanbrugh, Comptroller, 158l. 3s. 4d.; to Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster, 149l. 0s. 10d.; to Benjamin Jackson, master mason, 116l. 14s. 4d.; to John Churchill, master carpenter, 127l. 19s. 7d.; to Christopher Wrenn, clerk engrosser of the ledger books, 51l. 14s. 2d.; to John Hopson, purveyor, 65l. 7s. 11d.; to John Hopson, master joyner, 27l. 7s. 6d.; to Joseph Kay, master smith, 27l. 7s. 6d.; to David Lance, master plasterer, 36l. 10s.; to Richard Stacey, master bricklayer, 36l. 10s.; and to Charles Haughton, clerk itinerant, 50l.) 1,167 1 0
travelling charges 362 0 10
fees and other allowances (to the Officers of the Removing Wardrobe, 12l.; to the Officers and Clerks of the Works for rewards at Christmas 19l. 4s.; to Charles Dartiquenave for paper, pens and ink 24l. 6s.; for dyett at the monthly meeting of the Officers of the Works 24l.; for Exchequer fees 30l.; to Edward Harley for Auditor's fee 140l.; and to the Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer 2l.) 251 10 0
1,780 11 10
payments by Royal Warrant and special directions of the Lord High Treasurer:
Robert Bedoe, for cleansing the street before Whitehall 100 0 0
John, Viscount Fitzharding, for keeping the Mall 100 0 0
Michael Studholme, surveyor of the Queen's Roads, for repairing the private road through Hide Park to Kensington 400 0 0
Henry Wise for keeping the Queen's gardens and plantations (140 acres at 20l. per acre) 2,800 0 0
the same for himself, his under-keepers and gate-keepers at St. James's Park; also for hay and corn for the deer and food for the fish and fowls there 412 14 7
the same for works at Hampton Court and in St. James's Park 1,042 10 0
the same for sending from Windsor Park to Rotherhithe twenty spotted deer as a present to the Emperor of Morocco 65 6 0
Charles Dartiquenave for an additional allowance 100 0 0
5,020 10 7
Exchequer fees 49 10
total payments and allowances £42,037 7 10½
and so this Accomptant is in surplusage 17,494l. 16s. 4¼d.
Declared 10 November 1715.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: GREAT WARDROBE.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 3136 [E351/3136]. AUDIT OFFICE BUNDLE 2368, ROLL 142 [A.O.1/2368/142].
JOHN, DUKE OF MONTAGU, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe.
Michaelmas 1710 to Michaelmas 1711.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining as shown at the foot of the previous Account nil, the Accountant being in surplusage 75,358l. 16s. 8¾d.
Receipts: Michaelmas term 9 and 10 Anne, in further part of 100,000l. by privy seal 30 Aug. 6 Anne, being the total charge and receipts 14,238 4 0
Discharge. £ s. d.
Surplusage as at the foot of the previous Account 75,358 16
several sums of money paid by this Accountant or his deputy to divers persons for goods delivered and work done for the service of the Great Wardrobe:
Henry Bullock, packer (consarsinatori), for rich crimson in grain cloth for the Queen's service, for russet cloth to make gowns for the poor men of the Queen's Maundy and for rich crimson in grain cloth and serge (panni rasuli) for coats, campaign coats and breeches for the 100 Yeomen of the Guard and 40 Yeomen Warders of the Tower and for the ten Children of the Queen's Chapel Royal and to line the coats and cloaks of the Trumpeters and of the four Kettledrummers in the Queen's Horse Guards and for several yards of blue baize (panni villosi) and rich crimson in grain cloth for the Masters and Watermen of the Queen's Barge and that of her late Consort, Prince George [of Denmark], and for liveries for the Trumpeters and Drummers of the First and Second Horse Guards and the Queen's Grenadier Regiment (ad primam et secundam turmas et Reginae Equestr' Granadier) and for divers other necessaries 2,034 9 10½
William Portal, merchant (mercatori), for three-pile blue Genoa velvet to guard the liveries and 140 bonnets (gallericulis) of black Genoa velvet for the Yeomen of the Guard and Yeomen Warders and for seventy caps for the Barge-masters and Watermen and for three-pile crimson Genoa velvet for coats and for caps of three-pile black Genoa velvet for the Trumpeters and Drummers of the Royal Horse Guards 1,639 15 6
David Bosanquet, merchant (mercatori), for crimson silk damask for a pulpit cloth, three cushions, an altar cloth and a carpet for the Queen's Chapel in the Leeward Isles, for fine crimson Genoa silk damask and broad crimson Florence taffeta for window curtains and to make and line a whole bed and an armchair and other furniture in the Queen's Great Bedchamber at St. James's Palace and Hampton Court etc. 927 3 0
James Davison and partners, mercers (metaxariis), for green Genoa velvet and green Italian Mantua silk and white satin and silk damask and white [and] crimson taffeta (albae cramosin taffetaeœ) for twelve cushions in the House of Commons and at Windsor for the Installation of George Augustus, late Electoral Prince of Brunswick-Lunenburg but now [i.e., at the time of the Declaration of the Account] Prince of Wales, and for purple Belgian velvet for a cushion-cover and an altar carpet interwoven with gold for Charles Whitworth, Ambassador Extraordinary to the Emperor of Russia and to line tables, desks and a strong-box at St. James's and Kensington etc. 116 1 7
Jasper Cullum, mercer (metaxario), for fine crimson figured velvet for a canopy of state, a chair of state and other furniture for the Queen's privy chamber at St. James's and of super-fine cloth interwoven with golden and silver flowers for a lining and insertion in the form of panes to a bed of crimson velvet and coverlet and for an insertion to a coverlet of crimson velvet, four window curtains etc. for the Queen's Great Bedchamber at St. James's and for green Mantua silk to reline four pairs of velvet window curtains, two pairs of door curtains and for seats to two arm chairs for the Queen's service at Kensington 1,493 17 9
Samuel Orme, mercer (metaxario), for fine crimson silk damask for hangings, window curtains and chair covers and for crimson in grain serge for false bottoms to chairs for the Queen's use at St. James's, Kensington and Hampton Court and for a canopy of state, a chair of state, high chairs and stools for Charles Whitworth, Ambassador Extraordinary to the Czar, and for the Duke of Argyll, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the King of Spain, and for rich crimson Genoa silk damask for a pulpit cloth, altar cloth and carpet for the Queen's Chapel at Somerset House and for other necessaries 352 3 6
Thomas Abbis, mercer (metaxario), for crimson in grain baize and crimson Genoa velvet for a cushion for the Installation of George Augustus, Electoral Prince of Brunswick-Lunenburg at Windsor, for a drum box for John Clothier, Drummer to the House- hold, and for purple Genoa velvet for an altar cushion interwoven with gold for the said Duke of Argyll 72 11 6
William Barnesley, packer (consarcinatori) for crimson in grain serge for a window curtain for the dressing room at St. James's and for the Queen's service in her progresses and removals and for false bottoms for chairs etc. for the Privy Chamber at St. James's 53 19 0
William Elliot, lace-man (limbulario), for narrow gold Arras lace for the Yeomen of the Guard and the Yeomen Warders of the Tower and the ten Children of the Chapel Royal and for broad fine gold Arras lace for the coats and cloaks of the Trumpeters and Kettledrummers of the Horse Guards and for broad gold and silver fringe for blinds, throne canopies, chairs and stools for the said Charles Whitworth, for broad Arras lace and gold and silver fringe for the liveries of the Trumpeters and Drummers (tubicinarum, tympanistarum et sambucinarum) 2,457 13 10¾
William Weeks, laceman (limbulario), for fine crimson in grain cloth (fn. 1) [and] for azure and white silk twisted and knotted with broad fringe for tassels and ribbons at the ends of staves (in apicibus et nodis reticulis cum lata fimbria pro frameis et teneolis circa apices bacculorum et ornamentatione illorum) for the Yeomen of the Guard and Yeomen Warders and for green silk fringe and other parcels of lace for the House of Commons and the Speaker's chair etc. 863 14 10½
Stephen Tolouse, embroiderer (acupictori), for richly embroidering 140 coats, both backs and breasts, for the Yeomen of the Guard and Yeomen Warders and for embroidering of banners etc., including work for the canopy of state for the Queen's Privy Chamber at St. James's and for the said Duke of Argyll and for the Duke of Newcastle, Lord Privy Seal 1,276 10 0
Jasper Cullum, linen-draper (linteario), for Holland and linen for shirts, half-shirts, handkerchiefs, surplices, capes, towels and for the Royal Maundy and for handkerchiefs for Thomas Bignell and Edmund Parker, former Children of the Chapel Royal whose voices are broken 283 5
Benjamin Shute, linen-draper (linteario), for Holland and Culex linen for the Master and Watermen of the Queen's Barges and for surplices and capes for Charles Whitworth and for towels for the poor men of the Royal Maundy and for the office of the Queen's Stoles and for Somerset House and Hampton Court 286 18
Michael Brixey, linen-draper (linteario), for Holland linen for surplices and for fine tabling Damask for the Communion cloths for Walter Douglass, Governor of the Leeward Isles, to use in his Chapel 21 19 6
Hampden Reeve, upholsterer (tapetiario), for several necessaries for the use of the Lord Chamberlain, the Lord Privy Seal, the Lord Bishops and in the House of Lords and House of Commons and at St. James's and Hampton Court and for bolsters etc. and for chairs, window-curtains etc. 1,528 4 3
Thomas Robertes, joiner (junctori), for tables, arm chairs, beds etc., and for several repairs in the Great Wardrobe and at Kensington, St. James's and Hampton Court 585 16 0
William Johnson, coffer-maker (capsario), for several basons, tin candlesticks and brass snuffers and other necessaries for the House of Lords and House of Commons and for coffers, keys, bolts, etc., for the Queen's Households at Kensington and Hampton Court 328 7 6
Gerrit Jensen, cabinet-maker (capsulatori), for mirrors, tables, folding stools, etc., for the Women of the Bedchamber at Hampton Court and Kensington and for new mirror-glass and divers repairs and other work 5 7 5
Robert Petre, tailor (scissori), for making coats, breeches, half-sleeves etc. for the Yeomen of the Guard and the Children of the Chapel Royal and for the making of coats of crimson velvet lined blue and guarded throughout with gold Arras lace for the Trumpeters and Drummers 207 17 8
Robert Graham, tailor (scissori), for making fifty crimson cloth coats and breeches all guarded with blue Genoa velvet and gold Arras lace etc. for fifty Yeomen of the Guard and five crimson cloth coats, breeches, half-sleeves and overcoats for five Children of the Chapel Royal and for making eight crimson cloth coats lined with blue serge, guarded with narrow gold Arras lace, for the Drummer of the Household and for the Trumpeters and Drummers of the Second Grenadier Horse Guards 149 12 0
William Dixon, tailor (scissori), for making forty crimson cloth coats and breeches, all guarded with blue Genoa velvet and narrow gold lace, lined with blue serge, etc., for the forty Yeomen Warders 100 0 0
Thomas Dummer, Yeoman tailor (valetto scissori), for materials for mending tapestries and for the work of himself and nineteen other tailors in the Great Wardrobe Mich. 1710 to Mich. 1711 695 6 6
John Vandenbanck, Yeoman arrasworker (valetto atrebatico operatori), for materials for mending and cleaning five pieces of tapestry called 'the Birds' (vocat' Aves) for the bedchamber of the late Prince Consort and four called 'the Apostles' and five called 'the Sciences' for the Queen's Presence Chamber at St. James's and for a year's rent of the premises in Great Queen Street and for the work of himself and nineteen other arras workers in the Great Wardrobe Mich. 1710 to Mich. 1711 597 6 0
William Vanhulls, clerk of the Queen's Robes and Wardrobes 36 0 0
Charles Hanbury, clerk of the 'checque' to the Yeomen of the Guard, for 140 watching cloaks for the Yeomen of the Guard and Yeomen Warders 140 0 0
John Bee, shoemaker (caligario), for shoes for the Yeomen of the Guard, the Yeomen Warders, the Children of the Chapel Royal, the Master and Watermen of the Queen's and the Prince Consort's Barges and for the poor men of the Queen's Maundy 80 5 6
Edward Byrd, weaver (textori), for blue and white taffeta ribbon and crimson in grain taffeta ribbon, for the making of 140 bonnet bands, 140 pairs of large gloves for the Yeomen of the Guard and Yeomen Warders and ten pairs of kidskin gloves topped and twenty pairs of lambskin gloves topped for the Children of the Chapel Royal and for blue taffeta ribbon for five pairs of Kettledrum banners for the Duke of Northumberland's Regiment and for the four Regiments of Royal Horse Guards 83 13 4
John Horsefall, button-maker (fibulatori), for buttons for the Yeomen of the Guard, the Yeomen Warders, the Children of the Chapel Royal and the Trumpeters and Kettledrummers of the Royal Horse Guards and for John Clothier, Drummer to the Household 79 17 3
Mary Sedgwick, hatter (pilconi), for twenty rich hats and crimson hat bands for the Children of the Chapel Royal and for twenty rich Carolina hats with gold hat-bands and for buttons and loops and lacing them for the sixteen Trumpeters and four Kettledrummers of the four Regiments of Horse Guards and for eight Trumpeters and eight Drummers of the First and Second Horse Grenadiers 37 5 0
William Haddock, belt-maker, for 140 soldiers' waist-belts studded, fifty carbine-belts of crimson cloth guarded with blue Genoa velvet and edged with gold Arras lace and tassels thereto for the Yeomen of the Guard and Yeomen Warders and for twenty wide soldiers' belts studded, with gilt buttons and loops of gold Arras lace, for the sixteen Trumpeters and four Kettledrummers in the Queen's four Regiments of Horse Guards and for sixteen belts of purple leather laced and sown with gold and gilt buttons for the eight Trumpeters and eight Drummers of the First and Second Regiments of Horse Grenadiers 135 16 0
Nathaniel Slack, sword-maker (machaeropeo), for 140 swords for the Yeomen of the Guard and Yeomen Warders 224 0 0
Thomas Waldron, pike-maker (lanceario), for 140 pikes for the same 378 0 0
William Churchill and Edward Castle, stationers (bibliopolis), for bibles and prayerbooks for the Queen's Chapel at St. James's and at Somerset House and Hampton Court and for Charles Whitworth, the Duke of Argyll, Walter Douglass and the Lord Bishop of Bristol, Registrar of the Garter, for the use of his several chapels, and for paper and other writing materials 381 2 0
Lydia Taylor, lace-woman (limbulariœ), for a kerchief, cuffs, etc., and Flanders lace for the Queen's person 204 13 9
Mary Wilkins for rich fringe and Brussels lace for the Queen's person 151 0 0
Anne Colthorpe, seamstress (sutrici), for work 31 15
William Croft, Master of the Children of the Chapel Royal, for sixty pairs of waxed leather shoes for the ten Children of the said Chapel 10 10 0
John Pincke, Herald Painter (heraldo pictori), for the gilding and painting of standards with quarterings and fringing and the making of standards with staff and stand and dying of the same with vermilion, for an iron coffer and chest gilded with polished gold, etc., and for collars and belts with gilt buckles, for a gilt sword and a painting of the insignia of St. George on both sides of the pommel and other necessaries for the Installation of Prince George Augustus 31 2 2
John Shore, the Queen's Chief Trumpeter (principali tubicinario), for a crimson velvet coat, a crimson cloth cloak and breeches lined with blue serge adorned with gold lace, gold buttons and gold chain, the lace coat embroidered breast and back with A.R. and crowns, a hat and hat-band, a belt and other details of his livery 60 0 0
Robert Maugridge, Chief Drummer (principali tympanistœ), for a crimson cloth coat, breeches and cloak lined with blue serge, adorned with broad gold Arras lace and a gold chain lace with gold buttons, a coat embroidered back and breast with the Queen's cyphers, knots and crowns, a hat laced with gold lace and gold band, a crimson taffeta mantle adorned with gold fringe etc. 40 0 0
John Elrington for payments made to divers workmen for repairs in the Office of the Wardrobe, viz., to Thomas Mutlow, plumber, and to William Brown, smith (fabro ferrario) 5 5 2
George Hutchinson for like payments 7 7 1
Nathaniel Witham, Chief furrier (principali pellioni), for cleaning and airing the Queen's Coronation and Parliament stoles 13 6 8
William Portall, Steward (condo), for weighing of gold lace, etc., for reception and delivery of cloth for the Yeomen of the Guard and Yeomen Warders, etc., and for the preparation of estimates 65 6 8
William Holmes, for rent of the Office of the Great Wardrobe in York Buildings and for miscellaneous items of supervision, etc. 424 11 2
Martha Pearson for caretaking of the Office in York Buildings and the Workrooms in Great Queen Street 10 10 0
Catherine Port for the like duties 10 10 0
Matthew Burnett, Porter of the Great Wardrobe 26 11 0
John Serjeant, Running Porter (cursario portario) 33 8 3
John Warner, Queen's Barge-master, for four gross of silk points (seric strigmentor) 9 12 0
Christopher Hill, Barge-master to the late Prince [Consort], for the like 9 12 0
19 300 19
sums paid by virtue of letters patent and dormant warrants:
John, Duke of Montagu, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe, by letters patent 5 April 4 Anne 2,200 0 0
Edmund Dummer, clerk of the Great Wardrobe, by letters patent 6 June 5 Anne 300 0 0
liveries under letters patent:
John Plat, Yeoman of the Leash (valetto de La Leash) 2 12 0
Edward Harrison, Child of the Leash (puero de La Leash) 12 8 0
John Barret, Joseph Richard, William Weeket and Samuel Clark, four Exchequer messengers 4 16 0
Grimling Gibbons, Master Sculptor and Carver in Wood (magistro sculptori et caelatori in ligno) 8 0 0
Richard Stacey, master Mason (magistro caementario) 5 3 4
John Vanbrough, Comptroller of the Works 8 9 4
Benjamin Jackson, master Mason (magistro caementario) 2 2 0
Edmund Dummer, clerk to the Master of the Wardrobe 30 19 8
Joseph Roberts, chief plumber (plumbario principali) 2 0 0
livery by dormant warrant 1 Feb. 1703–4:
Sir Christopher Wren, Surveyor of the Works 12 15 10
liveries by dormant warrant 28 April 1704:
John Bonning, Robert Hemmington, William Whitmore and Robert Barkham, Grooms of the Privy Chamber 160 2 0
and six grooms of the Great Chamber 6 0 0
liveries by dormant warrant 28 April 1704:
William Van Hulls, clerk of the Robes and Wardrobes 40 0 0
Edward Brown, John Forster, Gilbert Abrahall, Laurence Saxon, Hamnet Kirk and John Smith, Pages of the Backstairs (pagetis retro scalarum) 280 18 0
Edward Willis, Arnold Walwyn and Abraham Kemp, three Pages of the Presence-chamber (tribus pagetis presentiœ Camerœ) 3 0 0
liveries by dormant warrant 25 May 1704:
John Eccles, Master of the Queen's Musick (magistro musicarum), Robert King, Alexander de la Tour, Henry Eccles, John Lenton, John Ridgley, John Bannister, Charles Smith, Francis Jones, Richard Bradley the elder, Gilbert Abrahall, William Gorton, Christian Steffkins, John Shore, Edmund and Charles Hooton, sixteen Musicians 258 0 0
liveries by dormant warrant 22 June 1704:
Elizabeth Atkinson, laundress 10 6 0
John Faverall, master head cook (magistro archicoquo) 40 0 6
Emanuel Hicks, master head cook (magistro archicoquo) 9 5 2
Thomas Roberts, joiner (adjunctori) George Hutchinson, inferior clerk of the Wardrobe 15 0 0
liveries by dormant warrant 12 May 1710:
Charles, Duke of Shrewsbury 133 12 0
liveries by dormant warrant 20 Feb. 1706:
Thomas Smith, Thomas Roberts and James (or Jacob) Kreinberg, musicians 48 7 6
John Elrington, clerk in the Great Wardrobe 15 6 8
livery by dormant warrant 21 Sept. 1707 John Churchill, architect 5 3 8
livery by dormant warrant 23 Nov. 1707:
Nathaniel Witham, chief furrier 40 15 4
livery by dormant warrant 11 July 1708:
David Lance, master plasterer 5 3 4
liveries by dormant warrant 11 May 1709:
Michael Hounslef, master head cook (magistro archicoquo) 11 0 6
Robert Cox, musician 16 2 6
William Wells, another 16 2 6
Josiah Kay, master of the silks (magistro serarum) 8 10 0
John Evans, a Page of the Presence 1 0 0
liveries by dormant warrant 20 Jan. 1710–11:
Richard Bradley, junior, musician (two years) 96 15 0
Charles Jones and Thomas Saxton, musicians 64 10 0
William Babell, another musician 16 2 6
William Johnson, coffer maker (four years) 34 0 0
John Hobson, master joiner (magistro junctorum) 16 2 6
John Stone, junior, and Thomas Martin, two Grooms of the Great Chamber (four years) 8 0 0
Henry Waters, a Groom of the Great Chamber (three years) 3 0 0
Robert Burrell, another ditto (two years) 2 0 0
3,990 11 0
money paid for robes and clothing of Officers and Ministers of the Exchequer and the Great Wardrobe:
Robert Harley, late Chancellor and Under Treasurer of the Exchequer, for winter 1710 and summer 1711 34 13 4
William Sympson, a baron of the Exchequer 12 17 4
the Exchequer Remembrancer, Christmas 1710 4 12 8
Leonard Thompson, Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer (winter) 2 13 4
George Wright, clerk of the Crown 3 5 10
Edward Harley and Arthur Mainwaring, Auditors of Lez Prests (Christmas 1710) 10 2 0
William Ashburnham, a chamberlain of the Exchequer 13 6 6
Charles, Lord Halifax and Henry Pelham, two clerks of the Receipt 5 8 0
Edmund Dummer, clerk of the Great Wardrobe 3 11 0
George Hutchinson and John Elrington, two clerks of the Great Wardrobe 4 6 8
Thomas Dummer, Yeoman tailor 3 5 0
98 1 8
wages and fees of Officers and Ministers of the Great Wardrobe under letters patent and warrants:
John, Duke of Montagu, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe, for his fee and reward 100 0 0
Edmund Dummer, clerk of the Great Wardrobe 24 18 4
Thomas Dummer, Yeoman Tailor 21 5 10
Edward Harley, Auditor 91 6 8
237 10 10
ordinary allowances:
this Accomptant for his battelage and for the garden 3 12 4
a baron of the Exchequer for examining this Accompt 2 13 4
expenses upon the Declaration of this Accompt 3 6 8
9 12 4
total payments and allowances £98,995 11 7
and so this Accomptant is in surplusage 84,757l. 7s. 7d.
Declared 3 May 1715.
Auditor's Memorandum. The foregoing surplusage has arisen by allowing in this and the preceding Accompts the whole expense of the Office but it does not appear what remains unpaid to the tradesmen, etc., vouchers not having been produced.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: QUEEN'S PENSIONS.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2724 [E351/2724]. AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1923 ROLL 7 [A.O.1/1923/7].
The Hon. SPENCER COMPTON, Paymaster of the Queen's Pensions and Annuities.
25 March 1709 to 25 March 1711.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the Accomptant's hands on the end of the last Accompt 317 19
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer: Michaelmas term, 7 & 8 Anne, in full payment of 40,000l. by privy seal of 28 April 6 Anne 617 4 11
ditto, in part of 40,000l. by privy seal of 24 Nov. 7 Anne 2,382 15 1
Easter term, 8 Anne in further part of the same 30,550 0 10
Michaelmas term, 8 & 9 Anne in full of the same 7,067 4 1
ditto, in part of 50,000l. by privy seal of 18 Aug. 8 Anne 37,404 11 6
Michaelmas term, 8 & 9 Anne in further part of 50,000l. by privy seal of 18 Aug. 8 Anne 1,000 0 0
Easter term 9 Anne, in further part of the same 11,595 8 6
ditto, in full of 50,000l. by privy seal of 28 Feb. 8 Anne 50,000 0 0
ditto, in part of 50,000l. by privy seal of 5 Aug. 9 Anne 2,537 6
Michaelmas term, 9 & 10 Anne, in further part of the same 25,067 11 10
Easter term 8 Anne in part of 15,000l. for sustaining the poor French Protestants by general letters of privy seal dormant of 13 March 1701–2 and royal warrant of 15 Aug., 8 Anne 7,500 0 0
Michaelmas term 8 & 9 Anne in full of the same 500 0 0
Easter term 9 Anne, in part of 15,000l. for the same, by the same privy seal and royal warrant of 8 July 9 Anne 7,500 0 0
197,022 3
Two years' interest at 8 per cent. per an. and 200l. repayment of principal on the 500l. lent by the Queen towards the loan of 250,000l. to the Emperor of Germany 240 0 0
total charge and receipts £191,280 2 3
Discharge.
Monies paid for several annual charities and allowances as her Majesty's Royal Bounty:
on the Great Establishment:
annual payments commencing Xmas 1701:
the Mayor and Churchwardens of Windsor for the poor and for the loss sustained by inclosure of lands into Windsor Park: 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 225 0 0
La Croze, Vicar of Old Windsor, in lieu of tithe for lands in Windsor Great Park; ditto 56 5 0
the Churchwardens of Hampton, co. Middx., for the poor; ditto 112 10 0
the Vicar there in lieu of tithe for lands inclosed in Hampton Court Park; ditto 69 18 9
the Churchwardens of St. Margaret's, Westminster, for the poor and for the hospital in Tutlefields; ditto 225 0 0
the Churchwardens of St. Martin's in the Fields, for the poor; ditto 225 0 0
the churchwardens of St. James's, for the poor; 2½ years to Mich. 1710 125 0 0
annual payments commencing at Midsummer 1702:
George Sayers, Vice Chamberlain to the late Queen Mary, for his pension; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 1,125 0 0
Henry Bulstrode, Gentleman Usher and Daily Waiter to the said late Queen; ditto 337 10 0
John Remii d'Montigny, another ditto; ditto 337 10 0
Dorothy Cason, a Woman of the Bedchamber to the said late Queen; 1¾ years to Ladyday 1710; and to her sister Jane Cason, her administratrix, for half year to Michaelmas 1710 450 0 0
Martha Lockart, another ditto; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 450 0 0
Dorothy Ireland, sempstress to the said late Queen; ditto 225 0 0
Henry Killigrew, an equerry to the said late Queen; ditto 337 10 0
Abraham Kemp, Page of the Presence to the said late Queen; ditto 90 0 0
Susanna Barry; half year to Xmas 1708 20 0 0
Mary Lee; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 112 10 0
Ellinor Ross; ditto 90 0 0
Francis Barrow; ditto 67 10 0
Mary Ashton; ditto 67 10 0
Dorothy Torway; ditto 112 10 0
Mary Lanee; ¾ year to Ladyday 1709; and to Frances Ireland, her executrix; ¾ year to Xmas 1709 30 0 0
the Bishop of London for the Ministers in New England; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 225 0 0
Mary Doyley alias Walter; ditto 90 0 0
the Lady Mary Prestwich; ditto 90 0 0
Monsieur Nevil for house-rent; ditto 45 0 0
Monsieur de la Fountaine for Harman's children; ditto 90 0 0
George Holder; ditto 49 10 0
Richard Miller for Monsieur Braceley's children; ditto 99 0 0
the Revd. Richard Cawthorne for reading prayers at Hampton Court 112 10 0
the Churchwardens at Kensington for the poor; two years to Mich. 1710 50 0 0
the English Church at the Hague; 2½ years to Mich. 1710 75 0 0
Madam de Vennevile; 1¼ years to Mich. 1710 111 7 6
Charles (fn. 2) Justell (or Instell); 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 135 0 0
Rowland Brock; ditto 90 0 0
Katherine Russel; ditto 56 5 0
Monsieur Le Vassor; two years to Mich. 1710 120 0 0
Anne Richbell; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 90 0 0
Alice King; same time 225 0 0
Anne Edon; two years to Mids. 1710 200 0 0
Williamiana Bunce; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 112 10 0
Dame Sarah Newcomen; two years to Mids. 1710 100 0 0
William Conyers; ditto 100 0 0
Anne Fitzharris; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 112 10 0
Mary Mitchell; ditto 45 0 0
Martha Frances; ditto 112 10 0
Isabella Guillims; ditto 45 0 0
Rabsey Smithsby; ditto 45 0 0
Elizabeth Reynolds; ditto 22 10 0
Elizabeth Disney; ditto 45 0 0
Anne Disney; ditto 45 0 0
Ursula Church; ditto 90 0 0
Katherine Iremonger; ditto 90 0 0
Sophia Nevill; ditto 90 0 0
Susanna Woodward; ditto 45 0 0
Martha Bastin; ditto 45 0 0
Ester de Civille; ditto 67 10 0
Mary Brincknall; ditto 45 0 0
Thomas Gummins; ditto 22 10 0
Katherine Roberts; ditto 22 10 0
Joan Launce; ditto 22 10 0
Susannah Clark; ditto 22 10 0
Elizabeth Jennings; ditto 22 10 0
Anne Head; two years to Mids. 1710 20 0 0
Richard Yates; for Michaelmas quarter 1709 2 10 0
Katherine Tessin; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 22 10 0
Margaret Jollife; ditto 45 0 0
John Stephens; for ¾ year to Xmas 1708; and to John Ford, his Administrator, for ¾ year to Michaelmas 1709 18 0 0
Magdalen Thomas; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 22 10 0
Hester Walker; ditto 45 0 0
Ellinor Pendrill; 1¾ years to Ladyday 1710 35 0 0
Anne de Veil; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 112 10 0
Margaret Abernethy; ditto 45 0 0
Jane Piggot; ditto 45 0 0
Sarah Hussey; ditto 45 0 0
Mary Barmer; ditto 45 0 0
Ester de Varengeville 45 0 0
Susannah de Champigny; half year to Xmas 1710; received by her husband as Executor 10 0 0
Elizabeth Marmande; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 45 0 0
Mary and Magdalen d'Alix; ditto 90 0 0
Susannah Petit; ditto 90 0 0
Ellin Morgan; ditto 22 10 0
Susannah Foxton; ditto 225 0 0
Sarah Miller; 1¾ years to Ladyday 1710 23 2 0
Monsieur de L'Estrang for the Society of French Gentlemen at the Hague; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 450 0 0
Elizabeth Bedford and Margaret Whitle; ditto 180 0 0
Martha Simpson; ditto 112 10 0
Mary Bocock; ditto 90 0 0
Theophilus Garlick, Thomas Smith, Milbourne Maddox, Mathias Ascough and Richard Latham; ditto 337 10 0
Sarah Ross; paid Elizabeth Rutter, her Administratrix; half year to Xmas 1708 15 0 0
Frances Mackenzie, 2¼ years to Xmas 1710 90 0 0
Sarah Matthews; ditto 225 0 0
Bernard Gates, Richard Bradley and Rowland Pierce; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 270 0 0
Susanna Benson; ditto 112 10 0
Gregory Gennini; ditto 67 10 0
Thomas Thory, Administrator to Joyce Thory alias Greeting; half year to Xmas 1708 11 0 0
Dame Jane Douglas and her daughter; two years to Mids. 1710 140 0 0
the Lord Almoner for her Majesty's private pensions and charities; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 2,025 0 0
the Revd. Dr. Grabe; ditto 225 0 0
Fardinando Gaffarelli; two years to Mids. 1710 40 0 0
Elizabeth Grove; ditto 200 0 0
Walter Butler; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 67 10 0
annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1702:
Theodore Bellassis; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 337 10 0
Katherine Hildsley; ditto 112 10 0
Mary Shelly; ditto 45 0 0
Elizabeth Tatersell; ditto 45 0 0
Elizabeth Harris; ditto 45 0 0
Elizabeth Barnard; received by her husband as Executor; Xmas quarter 1708 5 0 0
John Edmonds; 2¼ years to Mids. 1710 45 0 0
Henry Quin; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 90 0 0
Teresa Wroughton; ditto 13 10 0
Richard Drury; ditto 45 0 0
Bernard de Vignan; ditto 180 0 0
Samuel Park; ditto 22 10 0
Mary Simmans; ditto 45 0 0
Katherine Buck; ditto 33 15 0
Francis Otway; ditto 22 10 0
Mary St. Loe; ditto 22 10 0
Elizabeth Atkinson; ditto 157 10 0
Katherine Devenish; 1¾ years to Ladyday 1710; and to her husband James Devenish, her Administrator, for Midsummer quarter 1710 140 0 0
Dorothy Wanley; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 157 10 0
Hester Dauson; ditto 67 10 0
Elinor Clauson; ditto 18 0 0
Thomas Andrews; 1¾ years to Ladyday 1710; and to John Clark, his Executor, for Midsummer quarter 1710 40 0 0
Thomas Green; received by his Administratrix Magdalen Green; ¾ year to Ladyday 1709 6 15 0
Sarah Wright; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 45 0 0
Mary Austen; 2¼ years to Mids. 1710 18 0 0
annual payments commencing at Xmas 1702:
Anne Carey; 1¼ years to Mich. 1709 250 0 0
Edward Howard; ditto 337 10 0
Col. Philip Howard; ditto 270 0 0
Judith Sturton; ditto 67 10 0
John Gostling; ditto 112 10 0
Susanna, Duchess de la Force; ditto 1,125 0 0
Castiliana, Countess of Cavan; ditto 112 10 0
Elizabeth Ramsey; ditto 225 0 0
Lady Margaret MacCarty; ditto 450 0 0
18,636 18 3
on the Additional List:
annual payments commencing Xmas 1701:
the Vicar of Hampton Court, in lieu of tithes for lands inclosed in Hampton Court Park; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 11 5 0
annual payments commencing from Midsummer 1702
Lucrece de Chevenay; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 112 10 0
Claude Davene; ditto 90 0 0
Mary and Anne de Laborde; ditto 54 0 0
Marie Catherine Dhubac; ditto 45 0 0
Issabeau Brassaley; two years to Mids. 1710 40 0 0
Henriet de Hautcharmoys; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 81 0 0
Judith Bruguire; 2¼ years to Mids. 1710 27 0 0
Elizabeth de Vebron; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 27 0 0
Mary de Bondon; ditto 45 0 0
Mary de Vervillon; 2½ years to Mich. 1710 30 0 0
Elizabeth Hauteclaire; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 56 5 0
Charlot Malera; 1¼ years to Xmas 1709 (at 24l. per an.); to Mary Malera; 1¼ years to Mich. 1710 (at 12l. per an.) 45 0 0
Blanch Tournier; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 56 5 0
Louis and Amiee Lamanagere; ditto 67 10 0
Mary de Barault; ditto 27 0 0
Mary and Sille du Mont; 2½ years to Mich. 1710 75 0 0
Louise de Launay; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 45 0 0
Francis and John Marioge; ditto 33 15 0
Susanna Culant St. Mesme; ditto 27 0 0
Mary Jolly de Chadignant; ditto 27 0 0
Charlot Montguion; ditto 33 15 0
Susanna de Cercler; ditto 33 15 0
Charlot Pommeau; ditto 27 0 0
Mary de Champagne; ditto 90 0 0
Mary and Katherine de Lafferriere; ditto 54 0 0
Henerette and Mary de Lovigny; ditto 67 10 0
Judith de Beconne; ditto 33 15 0
Ester, Mary and Susanna de Champlorier; 2½ years to Mich. 1710 60 0 0
Mary and Susanna de Bette; two years to Mich. 1710 40 0 0
Bernardine Falquerolles; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 27 0 0
Frances Pasquett; ditto 13 10 0
Anne Gabriell de Montmillan; ditto 33 15 0
Angelique Dondart; two years to Ladyday 1710 24 0 0
Francoise Sarette; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 27 0 0
Mary de Breville; ditto 27 0 0
Mary Jouneau; ditto 22 10 0
Mary de Chabannes; ¾ year to Ladyday 1709 9 0 0
Ester and Lucrece Longavergine; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 45 0 0
Madelaine Dornant; ditto 40 10 0
Andree Pierre and Anne Heneriette de La Primaydaye; 2½ years to Mich. 1710 37 10 0
Elizabeth and Katherine Tourteron; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 74 5 0
Susanna Pennotiere; ditto 56 5 0
Mary de St. Faust-Vicouse; ditto 27 0 0
Susanna de Marolles; two years to Mids. 1710 24 0 0
Emeraude Le Grand; 2¼ years to Mids. 1710 4 10 0
Susanna de Seriere; ditto 40 10 0
Mary de Rozell; ditto 27 0 0
Helene and Margaret Marainen; 1¾ years to Mich. 1710 70 0 0
Elizabeth de La Barr; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 56 5 0
Henerette de Bellefonds; ditto 56 5 0
Henerette de La Largere; ditto 112 10 0
Claude Duncan; ditto 45 0 0
Catherine Siegler; ditto 56 5 0
Elizabeth Perigois; ditto 45 0 0
Jaqunine de Geandeul de la Roche; ditto 38 5 0
Charlotte de Dangeau; ditto 225 0 0
Henriette Mary La Muce; ditto 67 10 0
Marie de Lisle; ditto 112 10 0
Victore Pardaillian; ditto 67 10 0
Katherine de Dollon; ditto 67 10 0
Anne de Languerac; ditto 112 10 0
Susanne de Rayneval; two years to Mids. 1710 18 0 0
Anne de Boiruisseau; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 67 10 0
Frances Plunket; ditto 67 10 0
Anne Paltock; two years to Mids 1710 80 0 0
Peter Persode; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 225 0 0
Henry Quin; ditto 45 0 0
Peter La Touche; ditto 112 10 0
Sir Windwood Mowat; ditto 90 0 0
John Lanze; ditto 112 10 0
Mathew Clarke; ditto 45 0 0
Thomas Chamberlin; ditto 40 10 0
Oswald Fawne; ditto 40 10 0
Elizabeth Duke; two years to Mids. 1710 8 0 0
Anne Gourney; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 45 0 0
Margaret Barker; ¾ year to Ladyday 1709 15 0 0
Sarah Bridgman; a year to Ladyday 1709 30 0 0
Deborah Rolleston; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 67 10 0
Catherine Herlakenden; ditto 90 0 0
Sarah Okeover; ditto 67 10 0
Elizabeth MacDonnell; ditto 67 10 0
Winifred Whaley; ditto 67 10 0
Magdalen Cunningham 67 10 0
Elizabeth McCraken 67 10 0
annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1702:
the Duchess of Holstein Bec; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 450 0 0
Dr. Cockburne, Minister of the English Church at Amsterdam; 1¼ years to Mich. 1709 75 0 0
annual payments commencing at Midsummer 1703:
Col. Richard Bagot; two years to Mids. 1710 200 0 0
Maj. Nathaniel Hill; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 112 10 0
Hasting Baldock, allowed Elizabeth Baldock his administratrix; ditto 61 11 10½
William Fachin; ditto 61 11 10½
John Button; ditto 61 11 10½
John Brerers; ditto 61 11 10½
Frances Jones and Anne Lloyd; a year to Mids. 1709 100 0 0
the Afternoon Preacher of Kensington; 2½ years to Mich. 1710 50 0 0
Thomas Browne; 1½ years to Xmas 1709 75 0 0
Alice Shipton; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 45 0 0
Elizabeth Richards; paid Edward Barker, her executor; half year to Xmas 1708 10 0 0
6,055 7 6
on the Establishment dated 30 May 1704: annual payments commencing at Ladyday 1702:
John Menard; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 360 0 0
Philip Menard; ditto 360 0 0
Abraham Gilbert; ditto 360 0 0
John Peter Brissac, Reader; ditto 90 0 0
Frederick Furton, porter and sexton; ditto 22 10 0
John Menard; ditto 19 7 0
Bernard Hoefnagel; ditto 360 0 0
John Peter Nurella; ditto 360 0 0
Sebastian Vander Eyken; ditto 67 10 0
Frederick Furton; ditto 11 5 0
Bernard Hoefnagle; ditto 46 7 0
annual payments commencing from Ladyday 1703.
Magdalen de la Chenay; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 45 0 0
Mary de la Chenay; ditto 45 0 0
Roger Raven; ditto 61 11 10½
Alice Vaughan; ditto 45 0 0
Amelia de Stirum; ditto 112 10 0
Mary Ursule de Stirum; ditto 112 10 0
John Pellet; ditto 135 0 0
Amilia Keiser; ditto 54 0 0
Claude de Venneville; ditto 45 0 0
Constance de Lamerie; ditto 45 0 0
Anne Ducloux; ditto 22 10 0
Bonna Green de Parcour; ditto 45 0 0
Helene and Margaret de Marcancin; Margaret for ¾ year to Ladyday 1709; Helene for 2¾ years to Mich. 1710; at 15l. per an. each 52 10 0
Tabitha Horton; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 22 10 0
Elizabeth de la Bare; ditto 5 12 6
Henerette and Mary Louvigny; ditto 67 10 0
annual payments commencing from Michaelmas 1703:
Elizabeth Colvert; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 67 10 0
Mary Marshall; ditto 67 10 0
annual payments commencing from Ladyday 1704:
Catherine Seigler; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 56 5 0
Henry Foubert; ditto 562 10 0
Richard and Grace Sydenham; ditto 90 0 0
Charlotte Killegrew; ditto 450 0 0
Victoria Slingsby; ditto 45 0 0
Amy Goldsbrough; ditto 45 0 0
Elizabeth Hall; ditto 45 0 0
Margaret Pretty; ¾ year to Ladyday 1709 15 0 0
Jane Bell; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 45 0 0
Jane Berkeley; ditto 450 0 0
Katherine and Mary Armstrong; ditto 450 0 0
Susan Leighton; ditto 225 0 0
Elizabeth Slingsby; ditto 45 0 0
Anne Duke; ditto 102 13
Mary and Penelope Hutton and Margaret Russell; ditto 82 2 6
Anne and Magdalen Ross; ditto 135 0 0
Margaret Buss and Anne Collins; ditto 90 0 0
Dame Mary Slingsby; ditto 45 0 0
6,086 14 0
on the Establishment dated 25 Sept. 1704: annual payments commencing Ladyday 1703:
Sir John Chardin for the Vaudois Ministers; 1½ years to Mich. 1709 737 10 0
the same for the school at Offenback; ditto 45 0 0
the same for Monsieur Arnaud; ditto 150 0 0
Abell Tassin D'Allonne; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 675 0 0
Benjamin Power; ditto 45 0 0
1,552 10 0
on the Establishment dated 18 Dec. 1704: annual payments commencing 24 June 1702:
Thomas Hyde and Elizabeth his wife; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 112 10 0
annual payments commencing Michaelmas 1704:
Mrs. Elizabeth Minshall; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 112 10 0
Mrs. Elizabeth Wandisford; ditto 112 10 0
Mrs. Judith Fitzharris; 2¼ years to Mids. 1710 45 0 0
382 10 0
on the Establishment dated 17 April 1705. annual payments commencing 24 June 1704:
Margaret de la Croiset; 2 years to Mich. 1710 40 0 0
Hester Cohin; 2½ years to Mich. 1710 37 10 0
77 10 0
on the Establishment dated 25 June 1705: Nehemiah Arnold for the maintenance and education of Susanna Arnold; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 67 10 0
on the Establishment dated 2 July 1706: annual payments commencing Midsummer 1705.
Sarah Browne; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 24 15 0
annual payments commencing Michaelmas 1705:
Susanna de Mollien; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 90 0 0
Margaret d'Villeneuve; ditto 90 0 0
Jane de la Millere; 1¼ years to Mich. 1709 37 10 0
Magdalen Vaudiere; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 67 10 0
Elizabeth Sixt Dalhem and Magdalen de la Martinea; ditto 135 0 0
Jane La Salle, Anne Daniel de Grangues and Elizabeth Salenave; ditto 270 0 0
Utesia Astley; 1¾ years to Mich. 1710 70 0 0
Mary and Catherine Duchail; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 45 0 0
Judith Roux; ditto 45 0 0
Susanna Le Blanc; ditto 45 0 0
Susanna Cantiran; ditto 90 0 0
Magdalen de Chamiere; ditto 56 5 0
Edward Purcell; ditto 45 0 0
Frances Purcell; 1½ years to Xmas 1709 30 0 0
annual payments commencing Xmas 1705:
Richard Elford; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 225 0 0
Frances Raleigh for herself and family; ditto 135 0 0
annual payments commencing Ladyday 1706:
Rebecca Flower and Susanna Pallier; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 90 0 0
Anne Bynns; ditto 90 0 0
Elizabeth Wagget; ditto 180 0 0
Dame Barbara Killigrew for herself and daughter; ditto 337 10 0
Mary Killigrew, relict of Henry Killigrew, for herself and children of the said Henry 225 0 0
Rebecca Poulden, relict of Capt. Thomas Poulden; ditto 56 5 0
2,479 15 0
on the Establishment dated 26 Aug. 1706. annual payments commencing Ladyday 1706:
Sir John Macleane; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 821 5 0
Capt. George Porter, ditto 585 0 0
Capt. Richard Fisher; ditto 585 0 0
Capt. William Boys; ditto 351 0 0
Capt. Bartram and Robert Inwood; ditto 351 0 0
John Lunt; ditto 117 0 0
Edward Browne; ditto 58 10 0
2,868 15 0
on the Establishment dated 7 April 1707. annual payments commencing Michaelmas 1706:
Mary Walter; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 45 0 0
annual payments commencing Xmas 1706:
Katherine d'Bourbon; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 56 5 0
Heneriette de Pons de Thors; ditto 135 0 0
annual payments commencing Xmas 1705:
Frances Beaw; 2½ years to Mich. 1710 100 0 0
336 5 0
on the Establishment dated 29 July 1708: annual payments commencing Xmas 1706:
the Lady Elizabeth Hay; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 450 0 0
annual payments commencing Midsummer 1707:
Katherine Stanhope, relict and widow of Alexander Stanhope; 2 years to Mids. 1710 400 0 0
annual payments commencing Ladyday 1708:
Magdalen Erard; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 112 10 0
Arthur Reynell; ditto 61 11 10½
Rose de Baricave; ditto 56 5 0
Margaret Lorin; ditto 33 15 0
Elizabeth Boucher; ditto 112 10 0
Mary D'Aucour; ditto 45 0 0
Margaret Sarran; ditto 22 10 0
Susanna Sarran; ditto 22 10 0
Mary McNeal; ditto 45 0 0
Charlete Tallemant de Marmande and Jeane Debenne de Lovigney; ditto 180 0 0
Claude Margaret de Neufville; ditto 45 0 0
Mary Vicouze de la Cour; half-year to Xmas 1708 10 0 0
Judith Ricard; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 33 15 0
John Braguire; ditto 45 0 0
Judith de Proisy Depte de Tugny; ditto 67 10 0
Margaret de Bar Montmillan; ditto 33 15 0
Francois Dallons; ditto 56 5 0
Anne Mauclere; ditto 67 10 0
Judith de Goisy; ditto 81 0 0
Louise Pigniot; ditto 27 0 0
Mary Pigniot; ditto 27 0 0
Mary du Barquet; ditto 45 0 0
Mary Blagny; ditto 33 15 0
Elizabeth Veron; two years to Mids. 1710 30 0 0
Francoise Mary Renaud; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 27 0 0
Charlote de Frote; 1¾ years to Ladyday 1710 26 5 0
Anne Grosvenor and Mary Boitout; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 135 0 0
Jean Ker alias Brothwick; ditto 67 10 0
annual payments commencing 24 June 1708:
Mary, Lady Mordington; ¾ year to Ladyday 1709 30 0 0
Windham Tomson, Clifton Tomson and Martha Simpson, 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 67 10 0
2,497 6 10½
on the Establishment for allowing pensions to the several Officers, servants and others of his late Royal Highness the Prince of Denmark:
annual payments commencing Xmas 1708:
John, Lord de Lawarr, Groom of the Stool; 1¾ years to Mich. 1710 2,100 0 0
William, Lord Byron, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber; 1½ years to Mids. 1710; and Thomas, Earl of Westmorland, Thomas, Lord Howard of Effingham, Archibald, Earl of Roseberie and Henry, Earl of Lincoln; 1¾ years to Mich. 1710; at 600l. per an. each 5,100 0 0
Christian Segfried de Plessen, Privy Purse and Master of the Robes; 1¼ years to Ladyday 1710 500 0 0
John George Hugh, Secretary and Secretary for Foreign Affairs; 1¾ years to Mich. 1710 1,050 0 0
Nicholas Gutzmer, Secretary's Clerk; ditto 70 0 0
Thomas Maule, a Groom of the Bedchamber; ditto; John Hill and Samuel Masham, two others; 1½ years, 81 days to 13 Sept. 1710; at 400l. per an. each 2,077 10 6
Peter Laroche, Page of the Backstairs and Barber; 1¾ years to Mich. 1710; at 140l. per an. 245 0 0
Daniel Crohare, another, at 110l. per an.; same time; Samuel Nash and John Curtis, two others; 80l. each; same time 472 10 0
Peter Person, servant to the Pages of the Backstairs; 1¼ years to Ladyday 1710 25 0 0
Carston Buckholt, Yeoman of the Robes and Barber; 1¾ years to Mich. 1710 245 0 0
Mathew Barrow, Assistant to the Yeoman of the Robes; ditto 87 10 0
Charles Lucas, Page of the Presence; ditto 70 0 0
Thomas Beverley and John Laiing, Gentlemen Ushers; ditto 525 0 0
John Chamberlain, Charles Nicholas Eyre, Richard Steel and Michael Kinkaid, Gentlemen Ushers; ditto 700 0 0
Thomas Hapgood, Yeoman of the Cellar; ditto 105 0 0
the Rev. John Trebbeko, Chaplain; ditto 350 0 0
John Christian Jacobi, Chapelkeeper; ditto 52 10 0
Elizabeth Towers, Necessarywoman; ditto 80 10 0
Scroop, Earl of Bridgewater, Master of the Horse; ditto 1,750 0 0
Peter Wentworth, Henry Durell and Benjamin Mildmay, Equeries; ditto; and Henry Hawley, another, for two years to Xmas 1710 2,175 0 0
Thomas Pulteney and John Chudleigh, Pages of Honour; ditto 600 0 0
Timothy Scheels, Yeoman Rider and Captain of the Arms; 1¾ years to Mich. 1710 561 15 0
George Curtis, Clerk of the Stables; ditto 227 10 0
James Herauld, Purveyor of the Stables; ditto 210 0 0
Michael Johnson, Coachman; Ladyday quarter 1709; and Joseph Turner, another; 1¾ years to Mich. 1710; at 50l. per an. each 100 0 0
Thomas Wright and George Vaughan, Postilions; ditto 63 0 0
Thomas Jones and William Edwards, Helpers; ditto 63 0 0
John Phillpot, Roger William, Edward Sleyman, Joseph Holt, James Henderson, John Sheppard, Thomas Benn and Thomas Robinson, Footmen; ditto 574 14 0
William Keys, Groom; a year to Xmas 1709 50 0 0
Richard Aaron Dewall, Groom, at 66l. per an. for 1¾ years to Mich. 1710; Hogan Peterson at 50l. per an. for Ladyday quarter 1709; Robert Hilton, same rate, for ¾ year to Mich. 1709; Benjamin Godin, same rate for 1¾ years to Mich. 1710; John Hawkins, another, ditto 340 10 0
Erasmus Peterson, Chairman, same time 87 10 0
Richard Darlington, his helper; same time 35 0 0
Thomas Garbutt, Helper to the Purveyor of the Stables; same time 39 7 6
Robert Simcocks, Groom Farrier; same time 35 0 0
John Clarke and Henry Irons, Chairmen; same time; and Richard Stanley and Thomas Farnhill, two more; a year to Xmas 1709; each at 39l. per an. 214 10 0
Samuel Thornley, Keeper of the Stable-yard at St. James's; 1¾ years to Mich. 1710 42 0 0
Joseph Webb for himself as Huntsman to the Harriers; same time 350 0 0
Roger Webb, Harbourer; same time 35 0 0
Peter Beaubisson, Master of the Setting dogs; same time 175 0 0
Peter Kirke, Dog-keeper; same time 87 10 0
Christopher Hill, Master of the Barge; same time 52 10 0
Watermen, viz.: John Hill and William Mason; 1¼ years to Ladyday 1710; and John Brooke, Charles Heather, John Pibus, John Dallaway, John Field, William Charleton, Henry Charleton, James Lamkin, James Allen, Edward Williams, Bateman Randall, Abraham Carter, William Mepstone, Richard Broadway, Daniel Barrow and Robert Dickison; 1¾ years to Mich. 1710; each at 60s. per an. 91 10 0
Thomas Webb, Solicitor; 1¾ years to Mich. 1710 35 0 0
Edward Godfrey, Treasurer's clerk; 2¼ years to Ladyday 1711 315 0 0
Charles Bint, Under-clerk; ditto 180 0 0
John Ball, Auditor; 1¾ years to Mich. 1710 262 10 0
Robert Young, Gamekeeper at Winchester; ditto 70 0 0
Faith Browne, Keeper of the Little House at Windsor; ditto 70 0 0
Sarah Young for looking after the Guard Chamber at St. James's; ditto 26 5 0
Edward, Earl of Sandwich; ditto 1,750 0 0
Sir Sewster Peyton; ditto 875 0 0
Dr. John Arbuthnot; ditto 612 10 0
Cort Walkeling and Henry William Ludolph; ditto 700 0 0
Jane Kien alias Lowman; ditto 262 10 0
John Aubert, Stephen Lefever, Humphrey Denby, James Graves, William Smith, Charles Babell, Peter Letour and John Earnest Galliard, Hautboys; ditto 784 0 0
John Shore; 1½ years to Mids. 1710 150 0 0
James Paisible; 1¾ years to Mich. 1710 175 0 0
Richard Watts, Gardener at the Little House at Windsor; ditto 315 0 0
Elizabeth Debnam; ditto 10 10 0
Aves Wright; ditto 10 10 0
Katherine Cadick; ditto 7 0 0
Grace Hurry; ditto 10 10 0
Gabriel Mary Cabin; ditto 70 0 0
Edward Norman; ditto 31 10 0
Anthony Knight; ditto 31 10 0
James Elliot; ditto 35 0 0
Richard Clark for Samuel Aymes's children and to Mary Helbig and Alice Betham; ditto 42 0 0
John Stedwell; ¾ year to Mids. 1709 15 0 0
Thomas Dawson, Minister of Windsor for the Little House; 1¾ years to Mich. 1710 9 13
Anne Henderson; ditto 14 0 0
Love Birch; ditto 17 10 0
Henry Badger; ditto 26 5 0
Godfrey Wittich; ditto 105 0 0
Dorothy St. Loe; 1¼ years to Ladyday 1710 25 0 0
Jane St. Loe and Sarah Harrison; 1¾ years to Mich. 1710 70 0 0
Anne Walthorpe and Mary Barber; ditto 28 0 0
Peter Voyer Richauss; ditto 350 0 0
Thomas Atkinson; half year to Mids. 1709 10 0 0
the Governor of Windsor School; 1¾ years to Mich. 1710 52 10 0
Mrs. Dove Crusius; ditto 122 10 0
George Churchill for the rent of this Accomptant's office: a year to Xmas 1709 40 0 0
Richard Feilder; 1¾ years to Mich. 1710 35 0 0
Richard Pitman; ditto 21 0 0
Charity Booth; ditto 14 0 0
the Treasurer of Kensington School; 1½ years to Mids. 1710 45 0 0
Elizabeth Cluff; 1¾ years to Mich. 1710 35 0 0
annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1708.
Cort Walkeling; two years to Mich. 1710 660 0 0
Carsten Buckholt; ditto 140 0 0
Anthony William Boehm; ditto 400 0 0
John Christian Jacobi; ditto 60 0 0
Dr. John Mecken; 1½ years to Ladyday 1710 450 0 0
Mary Plassen, widow; two years to Mich. 1710 104 0 0
Mary Elizabeth Smith; ditto 60 0 0
Mary Borrow; ditto 32 0 0
Thomas Cross; ditto 10 0 0
John George Lesser; ditto 250 0 0
Charlotte, Countess de Altembourge, 1½ years to Ladyday 1710 187 10 0
Burchard Suhm; 1½ years to Ladyday 1710 375 0 0
Katherine Lutzau; 2 years to Mich. 1710 100 0 0
Mary de Monceau; ditto 200 0 0
Sophia Schumacker; ditto 50 0 0
George Peterson; 1½ years to Ladyday 1710 75 0 0
and Christian Matsen; ditto 37 10 0
32,873 10
on warrants which commenced as within is particularly mentioned:
annual payments commencing Ladyday 1709:
Judith Valentine; 1½ years to Mich. 1710 37 10 0
Francoise de Giurand; ditto 60 0 0
Anne Gabriell Cossard; ditto 30 0 0
Elizabeth Johnson, relict of Michael Johnson, Coachman, for herself and five children; ditto 45 0 0
Mary Peterson, relict of Hogan Peterson, Groom, for herself and two children; ditto 30 0 0
Ellianor Atkinson; ditto 15 0 0
annual payments commencing Midsummer 1708:
Mary and Madelene Allix; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 45 0 0
annual payments commencing Michaelmas 1709:
Dorothy, Lady Faulkland, towards the maintenance of her three children; ¾ year to Mids. 1710 75 0 0
Marie de la Maria; a year to Mich. 1710 30 0 0
Marie Gacherie; ditto 20 0 0
Madelaine Dornant; ditto 12 0 0
and Mary Beveridge; ¾ year to Mids. 1710 22 10 0
annual payments commencing Midsummer 1709:
Jeoffrey Gibbons; 1¼ years to Mich. 1710 187 10 0
annual payments commencing Michaelmas 1709:
Martha Hilton, for herself and three children; a year to Mich. 1710 25 0 0
Helene de Mareinens; ditto 35 0 0
annual payments commencing Xmas 1709:
Elizabeth Boucher; ¾ year to Mich. 1710 7 10 0
Frances Hays; ditto 15 0 0
annual payments commencing Ladyday 1710:
Angelique Legoux; half year to Mich. 1710 10 0 0
Marie Blagny; ditto 5 0 0
Jane Monchard; ditto 6 0 0
Agnetta Cooper, sister to Dorothy Cooper who was laundress to the late Prince of Denmark and allowed her as Royal Bounty to discharge several debts of her late sister as by royal warrant of 8 July 1710 71 14 6
annual payments commencing from Michaelmas 1708:
Robert Westley for ground rent for the Queen's house at the Cockpit; 1¾ years to Mids. 1710 35 17 6
Edward Williamson for Thames water for the said house; two years to Mich. 1710 6 0 0
annual payments commencing Midsummer 1710:
Sarah Brass, housekeeper of the Queen's house at Greenwich; ¼ year to Mich. 1710 7 10 0
Jacob Edwards, keeper of the Park at Greenwich; ditto 6 5 0
annual payments commencing Michaelmas 1709:
Margaret Swinton, widow; ¾ year to Mids. 1710 37 10 0
and Elizabeth Person, widow of Peter Person, Assistant to the Pages of the Backstairs; ½ year to Mich. 1710 6 0 0
883 17 0
32,873 10
Payments by the Queen's Warrants and Warrants of the Lord High Treasurer or Lords Commissioners of the Treasury:
payments to several persons as her Majesty's free gift and royal bounty:
Dr. William Grahmes for his nephew, Capt. William Grahmes, to carry him to Bath for the recovery of his health; by Treasury warrant of 11 April 1709 200 0 0
Jeronimo Bestoso to enable him to pay his debts to return to his own country; Agnes Parsons, Margaret Strother, widow, Rebecca Pride, Elizabeth Gellot, John Butts, Brydget Macky, widow, and Jane Dickenson; by like warrant of 24 April, 1709 150 0 0
Mrs. Anne Grant, late a Maid of Honour, for her Marriage portion; by Royal sign manual of 5 May 1709 3,000 0 0
Katherine Waller; by Treasury warrant of 11 July 1709 100 0 0
Dame Anne Silvius; by like warrant of 30 June 1709 100 0 0
Thomas Brand, the Queen's Writer and Embellisher, for embellishing in vellum a grant of an Addition of Arms; by like warrant of 19 July 1709 10 0 0
Walter Chetwynd; by like warrant of 6 Aug. 1709 550 0 0
Thomas Cornwallis and Charlotte Rycante, widow; by like warrant of 10 Aug. 1709 80 0 0
Rebecca Bruges alias Pride; by like warrant of 29 July 1709 20 0 0
John George Hugh to be applied as the Queen had directed, without accompting; by the Queen's warrant of 17 Sept. 1709 5,000 0 0
Elizabeth Coke, late Elizabeth Hales, a Maid of Honour, for her marriage portion; by like warrant of 7 Nov. 1709 3,000 0 0
Charlotte, relict of John, late Lord Lovelace, deceased; by Treasury warrant of 22 Dec. 1709 and Queen's warrant of 30 May 1710 300 0 0
the Marquis de Guisard, Thomas Cornwallis, Charlotte Rycante, William Powell, Rebecca Bruges, Mary Speke, Elizabeth Gellot, Anne Christian, Margaret Strother, Mary Purdon, Judith North, Anne Kershe, Ellinor Conway, Edith College, Margaret, Countess Dowager of Cassillis, Mary, Countess Dowager of Dalhousie, James Vezian, Alexander Carlton, Jane Dickinson, Elizabeth Storey, Cecillia Newbery, John Crowne, Margaret Black, Rachell and Francis Mansell, the Countess Dowager of Marlborough, Agnes Parsons, Thomas Tagg, Charles Palmer, Bridget Mackay, William Hammill, John Newman, Robert Rawlins and Mary Cletlet; by Treasury warrants of 29 Aug. 1709, 24 Dec. 1709, 3 Aug. 1710, 26 Jan. 1710–11, 5 Feb. 1710–11 and 27 Dec. 1710 2,680 0 0
Richard Browning, Susanna Pockley and James Barry; by like warrant of 25 Jan. 1709–10 41 5 0
Katherine Waller; by like warrant of 25 Feb. 1709–10 100 0 0
Mary Purdon and Rebecca Bruges, Mary Osborne, Judith North, Jane Dickinson and Margaret Strother, Elizabeth Gellot, Charlotte Ricante, Edith College, Elizabeth Spicer, John Mikalier and Jacob Rice, Robert Hayes; by like warrant of 5 April 1710 194 4 6
Anne Smart, Margaret Falconer and Katherine Bartlet; by like warrant of 5 May 1710 15 0 0
Thomas Edward Fanshaw and Dorothy Fanshaw and Mary and Elizabeth Nudigate; by like warrant of 26 May 1710 50 0 0
Mary Foster; by like warrant of 28 Jan. 1709–10 10 0 0
John Kortevelycsi; by like warrant of 13 June 1710 200 0 0
Anne Markland, for the funeral charges of her daughter, Sarah Carlisle; by like warrant of 5 Aug. 1710 12 10 0
Charles Boit, enameller, for enameling the pictures of the Queen, the Prince of Denmark, and the Court; by the Queen's sign manual of 17 Aug. 1710 and 20 Jan. 1710–11 900 0 0
(fn. 3)the person that calls herself Lady Mordington; by Treasury warrant of 6 Sept. 1710 10 0 0
Tanaquill Le Fevre; by like warrant of 15 Sept. 1710 30 0 0
David Campbell, Henry Allan and George Middleton; by like warrant of 25 Oct. 1710 600 0 0
the Countess Dowager of Dalhousie; by like warrant of 20 Dec. 1710 100 0 0
Elizabeth Towers, in satisfaction of so much expended by her as necessary woman in 1709 and 1710; by like warrant 20 Jan. 1710–11 34 10 0
Dame Katherine Waller; by like warrant of 12 Feb. 1710–11 100 0 0
Josiah Cockerthall, to enable him to return to New York; by Treasury warrant 28 Jan. 1709–10 30 0 0
17,617 9 6
money paid for the Poor Palatines by particular warrants:
John Tribbeke and George Andrew Ruperti for the subsistence of the Poor Palatines from 10 May to 26 July 1709; by the Queen's warrant of 16 May 1709; more to them for the same 1 June to 26 July 1709 by like warrant of 4 June 1709; more to them for the same 7 June to 26 July 1709 by like warrant of 14 June 1709 (details of rates) 4,512 0 0
John Miller, for the subsistence and settlement of the Poor Palatines; by Treasury warrant of 22 July 1709 1,000 0 0
ditto; by like warrant of 6 Aug. 1709 2,000 0 0
ditto; by like warrant of 11 Aug. 1709 1,000 0 0
the same for an allowance to the Popish Palatines that were sent back to Holland for the charge of their provisions in their passage, etc.: by Treasury warrant of 21 Oct. 1709 1,081 6 6
the same, towards the relief and subsistence of the said Poor Palatines; by Treasury warrant of 3 Nov. 1709 2,000 0 0
ditto; by like warrant of 2 Dec. 1709 1,500 0 0
ditto; by like warrant of 30 Dec. 1709 1,600 0 0
Henry Bendish, Secretary to the Commissioners for settling the Poor Palatines for the first payment of 10,000l. on a contract for carrying 3,000 odd hundred Palatines to New York; by Treasury warrant 5 Jan. 1709–10 1,000 0 0
more to him to enable him to comply with the said contract for transporting Poor Palatines at 1,000l. a week; by like warrant of 17 Jan. 1709–10 17,298 10 0
more to him for the charges of sending back to Holland such Poor Palatines as were willing to return home; by like warrant of 18 Jan. 1709–10 450 0 0
more to him to be paid over to shipowners, etc., in satisfaction of their demurrage claims; by like warrant of 28 July 1710 7,556 15 8
Joseph Brooksbank, attorney to several tradesmen who furnished goods and tools for the poor Palatines that were sent to New York; by Treasury warrant of 5 Aug. 1710, approved 18 Aug. 1710 4,273 7 7
this Accomptant for several Bills of Exchange drawn on him by James Dayroll for subsisting and transporting the poor Palatines from Holland, the Bills being payable to Benjamin Sweet at The Hague and by him assigned 5,943 1 9
the same for money paid Sir Alexander Cairnes for the subsistence, etc., of the Palatines transported to Holland in order to return to their own country; by Treasury warrant of 27 April 1710 500 0 0
the same for money paid Marajah Perry for the provision of sundry utensils for the Palatines that went to New York, for the making of pitch and tar and for putting the said utensils on shipboard 258 17 1
the same for money paid John Tribekko for providing Bibles, Testaments and Prayer books for the poor Palatines; by Treasury warrant of 5 Jan. 1709 220 0 0
52,193 18 7
annual allowances by particular warrants;
Mark Anthony Davessiens de Moncall and Magdalen his wife; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710; by warrant of 5 Oct. 1705 225 0 0
the Countess Dowager of Arlington; 2½ years to Xmas 1710; by warrant of 8 July 1706 2,500 0 0
John Howse; 2¼ years' rent of the house wherein Capt. Porter lives; to Mich. 1710; by warrant of 30 Nov. 1706 135 0 0
Peter Flournoys for the late Countess of Clancarty's children; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710; by warrant of 29 Jan. 1706 2,250 0 0
Margaret Townsend; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710; by warrant of 24 Feb. 1706 225 0 0
Mr. Cairon, Minister at Wapping; two years to Mids. 1710; by warrant of 13 Sept. 1710 80 0 0
Dr. Battell, Sub-almoner, for the Lady Frances Keightley; 2½ years to Xmas 1710; by warrant of 7 April 1707 525 0 0
the Revd. Thomas Barclay, Chaplain at Albany in New York; 2 years to Mids. 1710; by warrant of 12 April 1707 100 0 0
the Earl of Jersey, for the widow and children of Col. Henry Villiers, decd.; at 300l. per an. by warrant of 26 Nov. 1708; 1¾ years to Ladyday 1710; and at 200l. per an. by warrant of 24 Oct. 1710; half year to Mich. 1710; and to Mrs. Anne Villiers, widow of the late Col. Villiers at 100l. per an. by the same warrant; ditto 675 0 0
Isaac Crocker; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710; by warrant of 12 Nov. 1707 27 0 0
Elizabeth Farthing; 2½ years to Xmas 1710; by warrant of 27 Nov. 1707 250 0 0
Dr. John Cockburn and Mr. William Cull, Ministers of the English Church at Amsterdam; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710 (at 40l. per an. to make up a former pension of 60l. per an. to Mich. 1709 and thereafter at 100l. per an.); by warrant of 14 April 1708 150 0 0
Marmaduke Conway; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710; by warrant of 19 June 1708 45 0 0
Michael de Monsequr at 5s. per diem; 19 June 1708 exclusive to 29 Sept. 1710; by warrant of 19 June 1708 208 0 0
Elizabeth Winstanley; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710; by warrant of 25 June 1708 225 0 0
Sarah Carlisle; 1½ years to Xmas 1709; by warrant of 25 June 1708 75 0 0
the Corporation of Windsor for damage in their bridge-toll and lands in building Datchett Bridge; 2¼ years to 27 Aug. 1710; by warrant 19 July 1708 45 0 0
John Anthony and Gasper Crass; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710; by warrant of 20 Aug. 1708 360 0 0
Elizabeth Killigrew, 2¼ years to Mich. 1710; by warrant of 6 Sept. 1708 180 0 0
Timothy Pool; ditto; by warrant of 2 Oct. 1708 45 0 0
Cornelius de la Motte; 1¼ years to Mids. 1710; by warrant of 13 June 1709 37 10 0
Francis Groget at 18d. per diem from 24 June 1709 to 29 Sept. 1710; by warrant of 1 Aug. 1709 34 13 0
David, Earl of Wemyss, as of the Royal bounty by warrant of 8 Aug. 1709, 250l.; and for his pension 1¼ years to Mich. 1710 by the same warrant, 625l.; in both 875 0 0
Francis Rainsford; same time; by warrant of 8 Aug. 1709 125 0 0
John Stephens; as of the Royal bounty 50l.; by warrant of 5 May 1709; and for his pension of 11l. 15s. per an. for half year to Mich. 1709 by the same warrant, 5l. 17s. 6d. 55 17 6
Capt. Samuel Vetch at 10s. per diem from 22 Feb. to 11 March 1708–9; by warrant of 13 Sept. 1708 8 10 0
Richard, Earl of Bellamont; 1½ years to Mich. 1710; by warrant of 24 Aug. 1709 450 0 0
Elizabeth Doyley; 1½ years to Mich. 1710; by warrant of 17 Oct. 1709 150 0 0
John Jones and Richard Lloyd; 1¼ years to Mich. 1710; by warrant of 21 Sept. 1709 125 0 0
Francis Sorrill; 2¼ years to Mich. 1710; by warrant of 12 Dec. 1709 900 0 0
the Lady Mary Phillips; ¾ year to Xmas 1710; by warrant of 10 May 1710 112 10 0
Charlotte, Lady Lovelace; year to Mich. 1710; by warrant of 30 May 1710 150 0 0
Francis Hewardin, Preacher at Rotterdam; ¾ year to Mich. 1710; by warrant of 13 March 1709–10 60 0 0
Mary Patillo; half year to Mich. 1710; by warrant of 10 May 1710 20 0 0
Capt. Timothy Crow; ditto; by warrant of 14 June 1710 15 0 0
the Duke of Argyll for three years allowance in lieu of his Regiment's clothing; by warrant of 29 Dec. 1709 1,290 0 0
tithes and poor rates for lands taken into the Queen's gardens at Kensington; by warrant of 12 Aug. 1707 7 10
James Vernon, as of the Queen's free gift, etc.; by warrant of 20 Jan. 1710–11 700 0 0
Francis Godfrey, ditto; by warrant of the same date 700 0 0
Mary Betterton; half year to Mich. 1710; by warrant of same date 50 0 0
Mary Thornycroft; ditto; ditto 30 0 0
Charles Churchill, as of the Queen's free gift, etc.; by warrant of 17 Feb. 1710–11 700 0 0
this Accomptant, the Hon. Spencer Compton, at 400l. per an. for his service as Treasurer to the late Prince of Denmark; for half a year to Ladyday 1711 200l.; more as of the Queen's free gift, etc., 700l.; by warrant of 20 Jan. 1710–11 900 0 0
15,821 11
payments for fees at the Treasury and Exchequer:
the Lord Hallifax for himself and clerks in lieu of fees; two years to Xmas 1710 202 0 0
Henry Pelham, ditto, ditto 100 0 0
William Lowndes, in lieu of fees, ditto 100 0 0
Christopher Tilson and other Treasury clerks in lieu of fees, ditto 80 0 0
this Accomptant for clerk's salary 200 0 0
Charles Bint and Thomas Bonyface, messengers, for their allowance, ditto 243 6 8
and Edward Godfrey for fees by him paid on passing of warrants, etc. 1,369 1 11
2,294 8 7
total paid on warrants as above 87,927l. 7s. 9½d.
money paid for the poor French Protestants:
to Stephen Guillon by order of the Commissioners 3,000 0 0
more to him in part of 3,000l 1,500 0 0
to Jacob de la Motte Blagny, Francis du Pontereau and James Fruchard appointed by the French Committee to receive the money for the poor French Protestants of the Laity 12,000 0 0
to Messieurs de la Sablie?re and Gastine, ditto, in part of 12,000l 6,000 0 0
22,500 0 0
this Accomptant's salary and in lieu of poundage 800 0 0
ordinary allowances:
riding charges to this Accomptant and his clerk 90 0 0
auditor's fee to Edward Harley 124 0 0
214 0 0
total payments and allowances 186,239 16
and so remains 5,040l. 5s. 5½d.
Whereof depending on Francis Sorrell and Robert George, Secretaries attending the Managers and Directors of the Lottery 1710; and on Thomas Strickland, Commissioner of the Transfer Office; under the Act for raising 1,500,000l. for the service of the year 1710 [8 Anne, c. 10].
£ s. d.
on Francis Sorrell and Robert George by warrant of 8 Feb. 1709–10 300 0 0
ditto by warrant of 2 May 1710 300 0 0
ditto by warrant of 21 June 1710 300 0 0
ditto by warrant of 21 July 1710 500 0 0
ditto by warrant of 29 Sept. 1710 300 0 0
ditto by warrant of 22 Nov. 1710 526 14 2
on Francis Sorrell by warrant of 3 March 1710–11 1,428 8 8
on Thomas Strickland by warrant of 17 Feb. 1710–11 800 0 0
ditto by warrant of 26 Sept. 1710 500 0 0
£4,955 2 10
And so the Accomptant is Indebted 85l. 2s. 7½d.
Declared 16 July 1712

Footnotes

  • 1. panni in the Roll may be an error "crimson in grain, sky-blue and white silk".
  • 2. Charlott in Audit Office Roll.
  • 3. See Complete Peerage Vol. IX, p. 206, footnote (g).