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Declared Accounts: Civil List

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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 26, 1712. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1954.

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Civil List

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: COFFERER OF THE HOUSEHOLD.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1872 [E351/1872].
NO AUDIT OFFICE ROLL.
SAMUEL, LORD MASHAM, Cofferer and Keeper of the Great Wardrobe of the Household.
1 April 1711 to 30 September 1712.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Receipts; money had out of the Exchequer under privy seal of 21 June 10 Anne 46,580 14 0
Discharge.
Expenses of the Household for diets and of the Stables for 1½ years:
bakery 1,780 0 6
butlery and cellar 8,603 19
wardrobe 18,330 11
kitchen 38,747 14 10
purveyor's office 9,290 1
poultry 8,366 4 11¾
scullery 4,891 1 10½
saucery 749 5
hall and chamber 1,594 15 7
stables 18,746 2
111,099 17 9
wages to several persons of the Household, Chamber and Chapel (not detailed) 5,140 7
allowance for writing this account 30 0 0
Auditor's fee 45 0 0
paid to divers creditors for victuals and other extraordinaries of the Household and for extraordinaries of the Stables:
the Household at St. James's, April 1711 197 14
ditto at Kensington and St. James's, May 1711 366 18
ditto, ditto, June 1711 979 8 5
the Stables at Kensington, Windsor, etc., for extraordinaries, April, May and June 1711 83 16 9
the Household at Windsor, July 1711 791 0
ditto, ditto, August 1711 881 12
ditto, ditto, September 1711 906 5
the Stables at Windsor, for extraordinaries, July, August and September 1711 532 3 10
the Household at Windsor and Hampton Court, October 1711 1,195 7
ditto at Hampton Court and St. James's, November 1711 926 12
ditto at St. James's, December 1711 307 11
the Stables at Windsor and elsewhere, for extraordinaries, October, November and December 1711 286 11 7
the Household at St. James's, January 1711–12 166 10
ditto, ditto, February 1711–12 233 13
ditto, ditto, March 1711–12 451 12
the Stables at Kensington and elsewhere, for extraordinaries, January, February and March 1711–12 57 1 4
the Stables for salaries of divers servants and provisions for horses by royal warrant of 23 Dec. 1712 480 2 2
the Household at St. James's, April 1712 244 13
provisions for the Maundy at Whitehall, April 1712 97 12
the Household at St. James's, May 1712 446 14
ditto at Kensington and St. James's, June 1712 474 9
the Stables at Kensington and elsewhere, for extraordinaries, April, May and June 1712 65 13 9
the Stables for salaries and provisions; same time 103 5
the Household at Kensington, Hampton Court and Windsor, 1 July 1712 815 10
ditto, ditto, August 1712 969 12 10¾
ditto, ditto, September 1712 945 18
the Stables at Windsor, July, August and September 1712 421 18 8
the Stables for salaries and provisions from 1 July to 30 Sept. 1712 103 19 7
13,533 10
total payments and allowances £129,848 15 11¾
and so the Accomptant is in Surplusage 83,268l. 1s. 11¾d.
Declared 12 June 13 Anne.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: TREASURER OF THE CHAMBER.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 564 [E351/564].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 409, ROLL 148 [A.O.1/409/148].
WILLIAM, LORD BERKLY and CHARLES BRIDGMAN, Executors of JOHN, VISCOUNT FITZHARDING, late Treasurer of the Chamber.
29 September 1711 to 19 December 1712 (the day of his death).
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the hands of John, Visct. Fitzharding, as at the end of his last Accompt, nil he being in surplusage.
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term 10 & 11 Anne, in further part of 50,000l. by privy seal 18 April 10 Anne 7,250 0 0
Easter term, 11 Anne, in further part of the same 13,548 18 9
Michaelmas term, 11 & 12 Anne, ditto 4,259 5 6
total charge and receipts £25,058 4 3
Discharge. £ s. d.
Surplusage on the last Accompt 866 17 10
Annual allowances and payments:
her Majesty's alms; John, Archbishop of York, Lord High Almoner; for three quarters to Ladyday 1712; including 200l. additional allowance for Maundy Thursday 1712 739 5 0
serjeant trumpeter; John Shore for three quarters to Mids. 1711 75 0 0
musicians; John Eccles, master of the Queen's Musick, twenty-four musicians and an instrument keeper; same time 900 0 0
clock and watch-maker; Thomas Herbert; for three quarters to Christmas 1711 225 0 0
Officers of the Jewel Office; John Charlton, Master of the Jewel Office, to 7 June 1711, and Heneage Finch, succeeding him; Robert Sedgwick, clerk; Edward Pauncefort, Yeoman, and Edward Yardley, groom; three quarters to Mids. 1711 206 12 6
moletaker; Jonathan Hunt, same time 6 1 3
ratkiller; Walter Martin; same time 36 2 6
coffer-bearers; Michael Woolrich, for the same time; William Lovegrove, from Mich. 1710 to 12 Feb. 1710–11; Nathaniel Bridgwater, succeeding him, to Mids. 1711 41 1 5
ten grooms of the Great Chamber in ordinary; three quarters to Mids. 1711 300 0 0
forty messengers in ordinary; 38 for three quarters to Mids. 1711; Joseph Smith for 1¼ years to Christmas 1711 and Ralph Young from Mich. 1710 to 7 Aug. 1711, the day of his death 1,377 18 6
clerks of the Checque to the said messengers; Thomas Atterbury and William Sharpe; three quarters to Mids. 1711 149 12 6
groom-porter; Thomas Archer; same time 412 10 0
gentleman usher, daily waiter assistant; Charles Dalton; same time 50 0 0
Comptroller of the Treasurer's Accompts; William Vanbrugh; 1¼ years to Christmas 1711 187 10 0
housekeeper at Whitehall; Peircy Kirke; three quarters to Mids. 1711 487 10 0
under-housekeeper at Hampton Court; Somerset English; same time; by royal warrant of 27 Sept. 1710 240 0 0
keeper of the Privy Lodgings; Richard Marriot; same time 150 0 0
housekeeper at Windsor Castle; Theodore Randue; year to Ladyday 1712 320 0 0
housekeeper and wardrobe keeper at Kensington; Henry Lowman; three quarters to Mids. 1711 75 0 0
under-housekeeper and wardrobe keeper at Somerset House; Thomas Hutton; three quarters to Mids. 1711 75 0 0
under-housekeeper at St. James's; Edward Browne; same time 45 0 0
the late keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at Whitehall; Daniel Child; same time 150 0 0
the late keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at Windsor; Thomas Hall; same time 160 0 0
keeper of the Wardrobe at St. James's; the Hon. Grey Maynard; three-quarters to Mids. 1711; by royal warrant of 27 April 9 Anne 82 10 0
Officers of the Removing Wardrobe; the Hon. Grey Maynard, Yeoman, for the same time; Thomas Taylor and Richard Eyre, grooms, for the same time; Kendall Heron, a page, for the same time; Charles Lucas, another, by royal warrant 28 Dec. 1709; Thomas Williams, another, 13 Oct. 1710 to Mids. 1711 588 18
clerk of the Queen's Wardrobes of robes and beds; William van Huls; three quarters to Mids. 1711; by royal warrant 27 March 1703 120 0 0
gardener at Somerset House; Thomas Baddeley; year to Mich. 1711 50 0 0
physicians; Dr. Thomas Laurence, First and Principal Phisitian, at 400l. per annum; Dr. Martin Lister, second ditto, at 300l. per annum; Sir David Hamilton, kt., third ditto, and Dr. John Arbuthnot, fourth ditto, each at 200l. per annum; all for three quarters to Mids. 1711 862 10 0
apothecaries; James Chase, apothecary to her Majesty's person, at 160l. per annum (above his patent salary of 115l. per annum payable at the Exchequer) in lieu of all bills; three quarters to Mids. 1711, Daniel Malthus, the other ditto, for his salary at 115l. per annum and for his allowance for physick at 205l. 5s. per annum, for the same time; William Jones, apothecary to the Household, at 106l. 13s. 4d. (above his Exchequer salary of 53l. 6s. 8d.); for the same time 440 3 9
chyrurgeons; Charles Bernard, late Serjeant surgeon to the Queen, at 396l. 13s. 4d. per annum, 29 Sept. to 10 Oct. 1710, and Ambrose Dickins, succeeding him, to Mids. 1711; William Gardiner, surgeon to the Household, at 280l. per annum for three quarters to Mids. 1711 507 10 0
Secretary to the Lord Chamberlain of the Household; Sir John Stanley, bt., same time 45 0 0
Samuel Wheely, for the use of the gentlemen of the Chapel in lieu of three deer for the season in 1712 20 0 0
rent of the passage out of the Privy Garden into Channel Row; Elizabeth Battersby; for a year to Mids. 1712 3 10 0
herbstrewer; Elizabeth Jux, strewer of herbs in the Queen's privy lodging, at 24l. per annum from Mich. 1710 to 23 July 1711, the day of her death 19 18
Historiographer Royal; Thomas Rymer; three quarters to Mids. 1711 150 0 0
Poet Laureate; Nahum Tate; 1¾ years to Mids. 1712 175 0 0
locksmith; Josiah Kay; three quarters to Mids. 1711 13 13 9
joyner of the Privy Chamber; John Howard; same time 14 13 9
Court Drummer; John Clothier; same time 18 0 0
Peter Walton, repairer of her Majesty's pictures; three quarters to Mids. 1711; by royal warrant of 27 March 1703 150 0 0
Thomas Brand, embellisher and writer of her Majesty's letters; year to Mich. 1711; by royal warrant of 13 Dec. 1707 60 0 0
gamekeepers; Charles, Duke of St. Albans, for the three gamekeepers of Berks, and Bucks. at 30l. per annum each; three quarters to Mids. 1711; and for their liveries at 10l. per annum each and by way of advance for the year to Mids. 1712; by royal warrant of 20 July 1705; and for the salaries of the three gamekeepers of Richmond and Hampton Court; same rates; salary for one year to Mids. 1712 and livery ditto to Mich. 1712; by royal warrant of 5 Oct. 1706; also for the salary of Rowland Marr, gamekeeper at Cockham and Bray, for three quarters to Mids. 1711 and for livery and by way of advance for two years to 19 Jan. 1712; by royal warrant of 24 Jan. 1709 237 10 0
Master of the Buckhounds; Walter Chetwind; at 1,100l. per annum; 25 March to 7 June 1711 226 0
watermen; John Warner, Master of the barges, at 100l. per annum, 48 watermen in ordinary at 3l. 2s. 6d. per annum each, and four pensionary watermen, viz. William Dover, Mark Smith, James Lucas and True Hart, at the like rate; for two years to Christmas 1712 525 0 0
the Guard of the Queen's body; Charles, Visct. Townshend, Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard, at 1,000l. per annum, Mich. 1710 to 12 June 1711, and Henry Paget, now Lord Paget and Burton, succeeding him, to Mids. 1711, 750l.; Chiverton Charlton, Lieutenant, at 500l. per annum for three quarters to Mids. 1711, 375l.; Richard Uphill, Ensign, at 300l. per annum, same time, 225l.; Charles Hanbury, Clerk of the Checque, at 150l. per annum, same time, 112l. 10s.; Thomas Windham, John Bigg, John Capell and Horatio Walpole, Corporals, at 150l. per annum each, 450l.; 100 Yeomen of the Guard at 39l. 11s. 3d. per annum each, same time, 2,967l. 3s. 9d. 4,879 13 9
Thomas Smith, a pensionary Yeoman of the Guards, at 15l. per annum; same time 11 5 0
eight Yeoman Ushers at 10l. per annum each; same time 60 0 0
six Yeomen Hangers, ditto 45 0 0
two Yeoman Bedgoers, ditto 15 0 0
these Accomptants, for the salary of John, Lord Fitzharding, as Treasurer of the Chamber, viz. for his Establishment salary at 314l. 1s. 4d. per annum for a year to Mich. 1711 and for his Patent salary at 153l. 6s. 8d. per annum for three quarters to Mich. 1711 429 1 4
and to John Holbech, in compensation of his service as clerk in the Treasurer's office; 3¼ years to Xmas 1712; by the Queen's warrants dated 20 Nov. 1712 and [blank] 162 10 0
16,321 12
payments upon bills and warrants:
by warrants from the Lords of the Council to the Inferior Officers attending them:
John Gauntlett, underkeeper of the Council Records, for stationery, etc.; year to Xmas 1711; by warrant of 10 Jan. 1711 90 0 0
the two chamberkeepers of the Queen's Council Chamber, for their disbursements, etc.; 1½ years to Xmas 1711; by warrant of 3 April 1712 156 10 0
John Cocks and Robert Gregson, successively servants to the Council Chamber; same time; by warrant of 3 April 1712 118 5 0
364 15 0
stationers' bills signed by the Principal Secretaries of State nil
travelling charges, etc. paid upon warrants signed by the Lord Chamberlain:
Sir Edward Laurence and John Anderson, Gentlemen Ushers of the Privy Chamber, in attending the Queen at Windsor and Hampton Court anno 1711 39 5 0
Robert Hemington, Groom of the Privy Chamber, for himself and the rest of the Grooms, in attending the Queen at Kensington, Windsor and Hampton Court anno 1711 19 12 0
Sir William Oldes, Jeremy Chaplin and Capt. Sanderson, Gentlemen Ushers, Daily Waiters in ordinary and Charles Dalton, Gentleman Usher, Daily Waiter Assistant, in attending the Queen at Windsor and Hampton Court anno 1711 62 10 0
Henry Godfrey, for himself and the rest of the Gentlemen Ushers, Quarter Waiters, in attending the Queen at Kensington, Windsor and Hampton Court anno 1711 19 12 0
Thomas Charnock, Thomas de Critz, Charles Goodere, Joseph Lawson, Thomas Turst, Edmund Williamson and Joseph Hall, Serjeants at Arms in ordinary, in attending the Queen at Windsor and Hampton Court anno 1711 155 15 0
Thomas Windham and John Capell, Exons of the Yeoman of the Guard, in attending the Queen at Kensington anno 1710 and for Mr. Windham's like charges at Windsor and Hampton Court anno 1711 68 15 0
Grey Maynard, Yeoman of the Removing Wardrobe, Thomas Taylor and Charles Nicholas Eyres, Grooms, and Kendall Heron, Charles Lucas and Thomas Williams, Pages of the said Wardrobe, in attending the Queen at Windsor and Hampton Court 1711 (including 3l. 10s. for disbursements) 36 15 9
Edward Pauncefort, Yeoman of the Jewel Office, in attending the Queen at Windsor and Hampton Court anno 1711 29 1 3
Dr. John Arbuthnot, Phisitian in ordinary to the Queen anno 1711 58 2 6
Ambrose Dickens, Surgeon in ordinary to the Queen's person anno 1711 29 1 3
William Gardiner, ditto to the Household anno 1711 29 1 3
Daniel Malthus, Apothecary in ordinary to the Queen's person, at Hampton Court anno 1710 and at Windsor and Hampton Court anno 1711 39 3 9
Mary Felton, Mistress Starcher to the Queen, in attending her Majesty at Windsor and Hampton Court 1711 38 15 0
Elizabeth Atkinson, Mistress Laundress to the Queen, ditto anno 1711 38 15 0
Mary Fyson, necessary woman, in attending the Queen at Kensington, Windsor and Hampton Court anno 1711 24 10 0
Alice Haberly, necessary woman to the women of the bedchamber at Windsor and Hampton Court anno 1711 9 13 9
Edward Browne, Gilbert Abrahall and Hamnet Kirk, Pages of the Backstairs, in attending the Queen at Kensington anno 1710 and to them and John Foster, Laurence Saxton and John Smith, like Pages, at Windsor and Hampton Court anno 1711 103 10 0
John Pinckney, Gentleman Usher, Quarter Waiter, in attending the Queen at Hampton Court anno 1710 2 0 0
Adam Lisney, James Cook, Griffith Evans and Thomas Martin, Grooms of the Great Chamber, for themselves and the rest of the said Grooms, in attending the Queen at Kensington, Windsor and Hampton Court anno 1711 49 0 0
John Evans and Arnold Walwin, Pages of the Presence in ordinary, ditto 24 10 0
Charles Lucas, closet-keeper of the Queen's chapel, ditto anno 1711 30 3 0
Thomas Steeres, chamber-keeper to the Chaplains in waiting, in attending upon the Queen at Hampton Court anno 1710 and at Windsor and Hampton Court anno 1711 13 2 6
Peter Laroche, Gentleman Harbinger, in attending upon the Queen at Windsor and Hampton Court anno 1711 29 1 3
Elizabeth Hardie, administratrix to her son Robert Hardie, deceased, one of the Band of Pensioners, for travelling to Windsor anno 1707 2 0 0
the gentlemen and others of her Majesty's Chapel, in attending the Queen at Windsor and Hampton Court anno 1711 603 7 6
John Incledon, housekeeper of Westminster Palace, for himself, his man and six labourers, for two years to Mich. 1712 243 13 4
John Warner, master of the Queen's Barges, in carrying the Crown to and from the Parliament House and goods to Windsor and Hampton Court; same time 89 0 0
Hugh Trevanion, for lodging the chaplains in waiting at Windsor for a week in 1710 and 26 June to 23 Oct. 1711 28 7 0
Somersett English, for ditto at Hampton Court 23 Oct. to 24 Nov. 1711 9 0 0
Mrs. Hounsom and Mrs. Ireland, for lodging the Queen's chaplains there 28 Sept. to 23 Nov. 1710 8 14 0
the said Elizabeth Hounsom, for ditto there 17 Oct. to 2 Nov. 1711 4 10 0
John Turner, for lodging the Maids of Honour's footmen at Windsor 1711 12 15 0
Sir Godfrey Kneller, her Majesty's Principal Painter, for drawing seven pictures of her Majesty and for office fees 365 0 0
John Williams, late a child of the Chapel Royal, whose voice is broken, for the usual allowance 20 0 0
John Lenton, groom of the Queen's Chapel, for cleaning materials; year to Ladyday 1712 10 0 0
John Holbech, clerk in the Treasurer's Office, for his usual allowance; year to Mids. 1712 12 0 0
the same, for disbursements for fees in passing sign manuals for extraordinary allowances; disallowed for want of a Sign Manual nil
Andrew Trebeck, for reading prayers during the Queen's absence from St. James's in summer 1711 15 0 0
Extraordinaries allowed by warrants under the Queen's royal sign manual 20 Jan. 1710:
Josias Sewell, a page of the Removing Wardrobe, for disbursements in removing the mourning from Westminster after the interment of Prince George of Denmark and other disbursements in 1708 and 1709 26 15 6
Kendall Heron, another like page, for disbursements at Windsor in July 1709 2 14 0
Thomas Wiggins, for disbursements on the Wardrobe account for washing of sheets 4 8 0
Cornelius Vandenande, kettledrummer, for providing a pair of kettledrums for the Earl of Arran's Troop of Horse 14 0 0
Mr. Vanbeck, jeweller, for setting a picture of her Majesty in gold 6 0 0
William Cummins, arms painter, for recovering, buying up and repairing a picture of Queen Elizabeth's in whole length, belonging to the Crown but lost, and delivering it to the Queen's use 18 12 6
Christopher Shrider, organ-maker in ordinary to the Queen, for mending the organs in the Queen's Chapels 32 1 0
the same, 500l., in full of 800l., for a new organ at Hampton Court and 37l. 10s. for Office fees 537 10 0
John Stephenson, kettledrummer, for two pairs of kettledrums for the second Troop of Guards and the Royal Regiment of Horse 28 0 0
Mr. Dahl, painter, for drawing the Queen's picture at whole length for the Lord Bishop of Bristol, as Ambassador at the Treaty of Peace 50 0 0
Benjamin Bedford, upholsterer, for the rent of a house hired for Prince Kourakin, Minister from the Czar of Muscovy, etc. 707 14 11
3,800 18 0
to the several Messengers of the Chamber, for their Bills of services, allowed by the Principal Secretaries of State, the Lord Chamberlain or the Lords of the Privy Council:
Fortune Barton, for carrying expresses, searching for and apprehending several persons, etc 277 16 6
Andrew Bertin, for attending the Duke of Queensbury at Kensington in April and May 1710 0 6 8
Richard Barlow, ditto in 1710 and 1711 300 19 6
John Bill, for like services in July, Sept., Oct. and Nov. 1712 37 14 10
Nathaniel Barlow, ditto in Feb. and March 1711–12 and for going express to Utrecht and Hanover in Aug. and Sept. 1712 70 9 0
Simon Chapman, for like services in 1710 194 2 0
John Carter, for like service in June 1710 2 13 4
Joseph Chance, ditto in 1710 63 11 8
Charles Couchman, ditto in 1710 and 1711 129 6 0
Anthony Dagley, ditto in 1710 188 18 10
Thomas Davis, ditto in 1710 38 2 2
Francis Elcock, ditto in 1710 39 0 8
Edward Gibbs, ditto in 1710 and in May, 1711 10 4 0
George Frye, ditto in 1710 61 2 6
Thomas Harrison, ditto in 1710 14 7 4
Richard Hayward, ditto in 1710 135 10 8
Nicholas Hill, ditto in 1710 67 3 3
William Knight, ditto in Sept. 1710 3 5 4
Charles Kenge, ditto in 1710 26 19 2
Thomas Nightingale, ditto in 1710 and 1711 43 3 0
Griffantius Phillips, ditto in 1710, 1711 and 1712 166 16 6
Richard Ravell, ditto in 1710 33 15 6
Francis Sawyer, ditto in 1710 10 3 0
Thomas Smith, ditto in 1710 and 1711 102 19 0
Joseph Smith, ditto in Oct. 1711 62 9 11
John Thornburgh, ditto in 1710 272 10 9
Nathan Willcocks, ditto in 1710 219 15 4
Ralph Young, ditto in 1710 17 13 1
Thomas Newlyn, ditto in 1710 3 13 4
George Collins, for going on several expresses during his attendance on the Duke of Marlborough in Holland and Flanders in 1710 431 6 6
Joseph Chance, Peter Browne, Richard Ravell, Thomas Davis, Anthony Dagley, Charles Kenge and Nathan Willcocks, seven messengers in ordinary, for service in 1710, by order of the Duke of Shrewsbury, Lord Chamberlain 33 0 0
Joseph Chance and Griffantius Phillips, for their service, by like order in 1711 and 1712 95 17 6
3,154 16 10
total paid upon warrants as above 7,320l. 9s. 10d.
ordinary allowances:
Sir Samuel Dodd, Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer, for 1¼ years to Xmas, 1712 4 3 4
Thomas Foley for the auditor's fee 91 13 4
these Accomptants for necessaries, etc. 8 6 8
104 3 4
total payments and allowances 24,613 3
and so these Accomptants are Indebted 445l. 0s. 11½d.
Declared 30 June 1714.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: ROBES.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2845 [E351/2845].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2067, ROLL 106 [A.O.1/2067/106].
HENRY PIGOTT by direction of the DUCHESS OF SOMERSET, Mistress of the Robes.
25 March 1711 to 25 March 1714.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: none, this being his first Accompt nil
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Easter term, 10 Anne, in part of 10,000l. by privy seal 13 March 1701–2 and royal warrant of 27 Aug. 10 Anne 1,000 0 0
Michaelmas term, 10 & 11 Anne, in further part of the same 1,500 0 0
ditto, in further part of 10,000l. by privy seal and royal warrant as above 1,500 0 0
Easter term, 11 Anne, in further part of the same 1,000 0 0
Michaelmas term, 11 & 12 Anne, in further part of the same 3,000 0 0
Easter term, 12 Anne, by privy seal and royal warrant as above 1,000 0 0
Michaelmas term, 12 & 13 Anne, in full of the same 1,000 0 0
ditto, by the same privy seal and royal warrant of 29 Dec. 12 Anne 105 14 6
total charge and receipts £10,105 14 6
Discharge.
Payments to tradesmen and others for wares delivered and work done for the ordinary service of the Robes:
£ s. d.
Mary Godd, for night-clothes for the Queen's use 2 10 0
Thomas Browne, skinner, for tippets and muffs 61 15 0
William Reynolds, shoemaker, for shoes 70 10 0
Matthew Vernon and partners, mercers, for goods 1,276 13 0
Samuel Ward, glover, for goods 119 14 0
Frances Baillon, tirewoman, for cutting and dressing her Majesty's hair 53 1 0
Mary Wilkins, for milliner's wares 1,050 16 0
Mary Mirande, for pins 24 16 0
Mary Hunter, embroiderer, for stars and orders 45 6 6
Richard Appleford, for purple and other hose 31 10 0
Robert Riggs, for two pieces of needlework Indian basts 21 10 0
Anne Clifton, manteau-maker, for work done 184 7 0
Susannah Young, petticoat-maker, for work done 211 8 0
Antoine Cousin, for making stays 90 0 0
Walter Turner, for rich gold and silver lace 118 12 6
Mary Ganeron, for stitching several manteaus and petticoats 180 0 0
John Maine, for gloves 7 13 0
John Van Colema, for fans 8 3 0
William Lilly, for three dozen fine box combs 5 8 0
Isaac Tully and Company, mercers, for goods 102 10 0
Anne Moore, for making linen 48 12 0
Mr. Peirse, for gold orris and brocades 40 14 0
Thomas Hinchcliffe and Company, mercers, for goods 2,042 0 0
Edward Bayley, for ten yards of hair camblet delivered by Mr. Jewkes 4 0 0
Peter Motteny, for 27 yards of flowered velvet 54 0 0
Henry Dighton, for powder 3 14 0
William Langrish, for making a hood and cloak 5 4 6
Stephen Laurat, for crimson and white damask 32 8 0
John Gande, for a gold-hilted sword 79 4 0
Richard Aven, for another ditto 87 8 0
Anne Massey, for making petticoats and pockets 5 7 0
Thomas Moreton, for gold and silver lace 31 11 0
John Johnson and Company, mercers, for wares 71 18 0
Henry Lupton, for a fine laced hood 7 10 6
Mrs. Rachel Thomas, as Yeoman of the Robes, for disbursements 28 13 0
Michael Woolrich and Nathaniel Bridgewater, for travelling charges in loading and unloading waggons and shaslimarees to and from St. James's, Kensington and Windsor 271 0 0
6,479 9 0
salaries to the Officers of the Robes:
Elizabeth, Duchess of Somerset, Mistress of the Robes, at 600l. per annum for 2 years 8 months, 25 Jan. 1710–11 to 29 Sept. 1713, under the Queen's sign manual of 27 Aug. 1711 1,600 0 0
Mrs. Rachel Thomas, in the place of Yeoman of the Robes, at 200l. per annum for 2 years 11 months, 25 Jan. 1710–11 to 25 Dec. 1713, by the Establishment of 25 Sept. 1713 583 6 8
Charles Hodges, gentleman groom of the Robes, at 120l. per annum; same time; ditto 350 0 0
Henry Pigott, gentleman, a waiter on her Majesty's Robes, at 50l. per annum, 12 Feb. 1710–11 to Mich. 1713; ditto 131 7
I. (or J.) Felton, another waiter on the Robes; same rate; 12 Feb. 1710–11 to Xmas 1713; ditto 143 17
David Foulkes, messenger to the Robes, at 20l. per annum, for 2 years 11 months to Xmas 1713; ditto 58 6 8
2,866 18
money paid for incident charges:
Mrs. Rachel Thomas, as Yeoman of the Robes, for travelling charges at 45l. 10s. per annum for 2½ years to Mich. 1713 113 15 0
Charles Hodges, groom of the Robes, for ditto at 38l. per annum; same time 95 0 0
the same, for his lodging money at 20l. per annum for 2 years 8 months to Mich. 1713 53 6 8
I. Felton and Henry Pigott, waiters on the Robes, for travelling charges at 38l. per annum for 2½ years to Mich. 1713 95 0 0
the same, for their lodging money 12 Feb. 1710 to Mich. 1713 105 1 10½
David Foulkes, messenger to the Robes, for his travelling charges; same rate and time 53 0 0
the same, for lodging money 53 0 0
Henry Pigott, this Accomptant, for stationery at 8l. per annum; same time 24 0 0
the same, for writing out the accompts at 10l. per annum; same time 30 0 0
the same, for attending the passing of the accompt; same rate and time 30 0 0
Treasury and Exchequer fees 91 15 9
743 19
total payments and allowances £10,090 6 5
and so this Accomptant is Indebted 15 8 1
Declared 1 Oct. 1714.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: MASTER OF THE HORSE.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1767 [E351/1767].
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.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 3317 [E351/3317].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2448, ROLL 146 [A.O.1/2448/146].
CHARLES DARTIQUENAVE, Paymaster of Works and Buildings.
31 December 1711 to 31 December 1712.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining upon the end of the preceding Accompt: nil, he being in surplusage.
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term, 11 & 12 Anne, in further part of 40,000l. by privy seal of 9 April 11 Anne 700 0 0
Easter term, 12 Anne, in further part of the same 2,467 13
Michaelmas term, 12 & 13 Anne, in further part of the same 10,159 12 11
total charge and receipts £13,327 6
Discharge. £ s. d.
Surplus on the last Accompt 17,494 16
charges of sundry works and repairs at the following places:
the Tower of London:
emptions and provisions 265 10
carriage of provisions, rubbish, etc. 7 6 8
wages and entertainments: masons at 3s. a day each, carpenters at 3s. and 2s. 8d. a day each, joiners, bricklayers and plaisterers at 3s. a day each, labourers at 1s. 10d. a day each and to Thomas Rotherham, clerk of the Works, for entertainment and boat hire 48l. 3s. 6d. 378 5 6
task work: to John Smout, mason, for work at several lodgings 37l. 13s. 8¾ d.; Joseph Jolly, pavier, for work over the shore on the parade before the Warders' houses, etc. 10l. 18s.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for work at the Lieutenant's house, Mr. Ballard's, the Record Office, the Warders', Beauchamp Tower, Jewel Office, etc. 45l. 17s. 7½ d.; Joseph Roberts, serjeant plomber, for work at the Governor's, Jewel Office, Record Office, Cæsar's Chapel, etc. 101l. 9s. 8d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for work at the Chapel and Constable's lodgings 39l. 3s. 2d.; John Hopson, joiner, for work, etc. at the Warders' House 6l. 10s. 6d.; and to Matthew Banks, carpenter, for stores and for workmanship in repairing the lions' dens 37l. 4s. 3d 278 16 11¼
929 19
the Palace at Whitehall:
emptions and provisions 2,353 12 7
carriage, etc 248 1
wages and entertainments: masons, plumbers, carpenters, bricklayers, joiners and plaisterers, at 2s. 6d. a day each; mazerscowrers at 2s. and 1s. 8d. a day each, sawyers at 3s. 8d. a day each pair, labourers at 1s. 8d., 2s. and 2s. 6d. a day each, and to Leonard Gammon, clerk of the Works, for entertainment, candles and dog's meat 112l. 8s. 1,312 14 10
task work: to Richard Stacey, master-bricklayer, for repairing several lodgings 519l. 12s. 7¼d.; Matthew Bankes, master carpenter, for repairing several lodgings and offices 586l. 11s. 9½d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for work 263l. 16s. 6½d.; John Smout, mason, for work and materials, viz. marble and Portland chimney pieces, slabs and hearths, Rygate and Purbeck paving 160l. 19s. 7½ d.; John Hopson, master joiner, for repairs and conveniences 726l. 11s. 11½ d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for work 579l. 14s. 1d.; and Anne Browne, slater, for work and slates provided for Whitehall Gate, etc. 11l. 4s. 2,848 10
rewards: to Robert Bedow, under-housekeeper, for opening and shutting doors to and after the workmen 30s.; Langley Bradley, for care of the clock in Scotland Yard, 40s.; Thomas Herbert, clockmaker, for looking after all the clocks in the Queen's Palaces 40s.; Mansel Bennet, clockmaker, for looking after the clock at Whitehall Chapel, December 1706 to December 1711 15l., for repairs to the clock, December 1711 to December 1712 3l. 10s. and for winding it up 40s.; Michael Biggleston, for care of the lamps in Scotland Yard to 31 March 1712 1l. 17s. 6d.; John Peryer, for the like, April and September to December 3l. 2s. 6d. and for ringing the bells in Scotland Yard to call the labourers 20s.; and to Henry Wise, for cleaning the main sewer from the sluice in St. James's Park to the lower end of the dock in Scotland Yard 40l. 72 0 0
6,834 19
the Mannourhouse at St. James's:
emptions and provisions 839 15
carriage, etc. 281 12
wages and entertainments: plumbers at 2s. 6d. a day each and labourers at 1s. 8d. and 2s. each 86 15 0
task work: to John Smout, mason, for marble and Portland chimney pieces, slabs, Portland and Purbeck paving, Rigate hearths, etc. and for stonework at the Queen's lodgings, Lord Masshams, Mrs. Danvers, etc. 208l. 4s. 10d.; Matthew Banks, joiner, for work at lodgings and offices at Whitehall 606l. 13s. 2d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for work at the Chapel, ante-chapel, the Queen's closet, backstairs, Lord Delawar's, Duchess of Somerset's and other lodgings 818l. 19s. 2d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for work in the passage to the Guard Room, Great Bedchamber, Presence-room, etc. 600l. 5s. 4¾d.; John Hopson, master-joyner, for work and materials at the Lord Massham's, Mrs. Danver's, the Stole Room, etc. 552l. 1s. 1¼d.; Richard Stacey, master-bricklayer, for repairing the tiling over the lodgings, brickwork at Lord Massham's and Mrs. Danver's, etc. 350l. 5s. 8½d.; Anne Browne, slater, for work and materials at the Lord Treasurer's, Vice-Chamberlain's and other lodgings 11l.; Joseph Jolly, pavior, for paving work, old rag paving taken up and new laid down at the Foot Guards' 16l. 9s. 10d. 3,163 19
rewards: to Edward Browne, underhousekeeper, for opening and shutting doors, etc. 30s.; Mansel Bennet, clockmaker, for attending, etc. the Great Clock at St. James's Palace from December 1708 to December 1711 42l., for repairs, two new forelocks and a collet in 1712, 8l. 10s., and for winding up the clock 6l. 58 0 0
4,430 2
the Old Palace of Westminster:
emptions and provisions 659 10 5
carriage, etc. 91 6 6
wages and entertainments: carpenters, joiners, bricklayers, plumbers, plaisterers and masons at 2s. 6d. a day each, labourers at 1s. 8d. a day each 78 4 2
task work: to Matthew Banks, carpenter, for work and materials in and about the Houses of Parliament, new covering of drains in Palace Yard, making a scaffold up to the 'cupolow' at Westminster Hall, ceiling the two Record rooms, Court of Requests, and Prince's Chamber, etc. 219l. 2s. 7½d.; Richard Stacey, master bricklayer, for building a chimney in the Court of Requests, plain tiling over the Record rooms and over the rooms of the Officers of the Black Rod 68l. 0s. 2d.; John Smout, mason, for Portland and Rigate chimney pieces, slabs, hearths and cornerstones at the new Committee-rooms of the House of Commons, taking down the pinnacles at the west end of Westminster Hall, etc. 59l. 6s. 7¼d.; John Hopson, master joiner, for writing-desks for the Record room at the House of Lords, and for deal belexion at the new Committee rooms at the House of Commons, etc. 176l. 9s. 7d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for work at the Court of Requests, Lobby, Committee rooms, Great stairs, Court of wards, new Record room, Robing room, Painted Chamber, etc. 94l. 4s. 5d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for work at the new Committee rooms in the House of Commons 18l. 1s. 1d.; and to Anne Browne, slater, for work at the Lord Chancellor's room by Westminster Hall 11l. 8s. 6d. 646 12 11¾
rewards: to Mansel Bennet, clockmaker, for mending and winding up the clocks at both Houses of Parliament 10 Oct. 1707 to 31 Dec. 1712 48 5 0
1,523 19
Denmark House:
emptions and provisions 165 3 0
carriage, etc. 12 10 0
wages and entertainments: carpenters, bricklayers and joiners at 2s. 6d. each; labourers at 1s. 8d. a day; and to Thomas Rotherham, clerk of the Works, for entertainment 41l. 3s. 6d. 209 18 0
task work: to David Lance, master plaisterer, for work at the Bishop of Bristol's, Earl of Clarendon's, Mr. Killigrew's and several lodgings and offices 63l. 0s. 9d.; Matthew Bankes, carpenter, for materials and work at Lord Cornbury's lodgings 43l. 9s. 3d.; John Smout, mason, for Purbeck paving in the passage to the Chapel and in the Lord Privy Seal's lodging 10l. 5s. 11¼d.; Richard Stacey, master bricklayer, for work and materials at several lodgings and offices 9l. 14s. 5d.; Joseph Robert, serjeant plumber, for the like 86l. 19s. 4½d.; Joseph Jolly, master pavior, for mending the paving before the Bishop of Bristol's lodgings 37l. 1s. 1d.; and to Anne Browne, slater, for ripping up and new tiling the gallery joining to the Chapel and the Bishop of Bristol's closet next the garden 10l. 12s. 6d 261 3
rewards: to Thomas Hutton, under-housekeeper, for opening and shutting the doors 30s.; Mansel Bennet, clockmaker, for mending and winding up the clock, 31 Dec. 1707 to 31 Dec. 1712, 72l. 73 10 0
the new River Water Company, for rent of water brought from Islington; year to Mich. 1712 26 0 0
748 4
Winchester House:
wages of a labourer at 1s. 10d. a day; Thomas Waite, carpenter, for mending fences; James Marechal, for nails; and to Thomas Bateman, clerk of the Works, for salary 41l. 3s. 6d. and for dogs' meat, postage, etc. 22l. 10s. 6d. 106 12 8
Newmarket House:
wages of labourers 18l. 18s. 4d.; to Francis Buckle, clerk of the Works, 41l. 3s. 6d. for salary, and 33l. 4s. 3d. for disbursements; William Sandiver, carpenter, for stores and workmanship about the Stand-house, Starting-house, Almshouses, etc. 28l. 12s. 7½d.; Richard Stacey, master bricklayer, for repairs to tiling, etc. 35l. 9s. 3d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant-painter, for painting the Stand-house, Chair on the Heath, and Almshouse 7l. 10s. 11½d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for work at the Old Buildings, Office-house and Almshouse 24l. 11s. 4½d.; Joseph Roberts, serjeant-plumber, for rainpipes, etc. 7l. 19s. 5½d.; John Ireland, master glazier, for materials and work at the Queen's house, Lady Fretchvil's, the Lord Chamberlain's and the Almshouse 6l. 5s. 203 14 9
Hampton Court and the Gardens:
emptions and provisions 964 8
carriage, etc. 566 3 8
wages and entertainments: masons at 2s. 8d. a day each; carpenters, bricklayers, plumbers at 2s. 6d. a day each; joiners at 2s. 6d. and 3s. a day each; labourers at 1s. 8d. a day each; and to John Ball, clerk of the Works, for salary, boat hire, etc. 145l. 7s. 10d. 716 12 0
rewards: to Richard Marriot, keeper of the Privy Lodgings, and Jasper Inglish, underhousekeeper, for opening and shutting the doors 60s., and for opening the gates of the meadows for the barge-horses 60s.; Leonard Woodeson, clerk, for attending the principal officers of the Works 5l.; Charles Haughton, William Deeplow, Thomas Kinaston, Richard Neagle and John Alingham, five other clerks, for like attendance 5l.; Langley Bradley, for attendance to wind up the Great Zodiacal Quarter Dyal 20l. 16s.; Mansel Bennet, clockmaker, for looking after the clock for four years to Christmas 1710 50l. 86 16 0
taskwork: to John Smout, mason, for marble and Portland chimneypieces, slabs, hearths, stools, pots and corner stones, marble Purbeck and Rigate paving, Hedington and Portland stone and for works and repairs 584l. 5s. 11d.; Matthew Banks, carpenter, for work 256l. 17s. 5d.; Richard Stacey, masterbricklayer, for work and materials 503l. 9s. 3½d.; Joseph Roberts, serjeant plumber, for stores and workmanship 354l. 1s. 0¾d.; John Hopson, master-joiner, for wainscot work in the stole room and dressingroom and at the Lord Chamberlain's, grooms of the Stole, etc. 1,211l. 12s. 3½d.; David Lance, masterplaisterer, for work and materials 299l. 8s. 2½d.; Joseph Jolly, pavior, for old rag paving taken up and new laid in the Fountain Court, etc. 183l. 1s. 6¼d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant-painter, for painting work in the Vestry room, Tennis-court and Comptroller's lodgings and ornament painting over the Tribune, in the ceiling of the Chapel, etc. 1,100l. 1s. 2¾d.; James Thornhill, for painting the ceiling of the Queen's closet 140l.; and Martha Woster, for liquoring and cleaning four dozen leather buckets 36s. 4,634 12 11¼
the gardens: to John Ireland, master glazier, for glass and glazier's work 63l. 5s. 3d.; Anne Browne, slater, for repairing the slating over the foreign plants, greenhouse, and houses at the bowling-green 11l. 12s. 6d.; Thomas Robinson, master smith, for smiths' work 498l. 18s. 1½d.; John Hopson, purveyor, for deals 9l.; Thomas Steward, for brass and iron wire for the gates, upright peers and slopes at the Canal and Bowling-green 93l. 1s. 3d.; William Pritchard, for hoops for the 'hispalia' [espalier] hedges, 9l.; Joseph Roberts, plumber, for work, leadpipe and sodder 78l. 13s. 3¼d.; Matthew Bankes, carpenter, for framing two trimmers on each side the chimney near the foreign plants, making a wicker gate to the Bowling terrace, repairing the bridge in the Fountain garden, making melon frames, etc., making new rails, etc. to hinder the hares from spoiling the plants, etc. 54l. 18s. 4½d.; Joseph Carpenter, for china pots 6l. 5s.; Richard Stacey, master bricklayer, for brickwork, etc. 22l. 14s. 2d.; John Smout, mason, for Portland stone at the two chaise gates, new setting coping by the canal, Purbeck paving, etc. 117l. 14s. 4¼d.; Henry Wise, master gardener, for labourers' work, carts, seeds, etc. 215l. 8s. 4d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for painting work 81l. 18s. 0½d.; Nicholas South for land and water carriage, etc. 141l. 9s. 1¾d.; Deborah Redding, for carriage of figures from Hyde Park corner to Whitehall Stairs, etc. 15s.; Thomas Simpson, for looking after the rivers, etc. 188l. 11s. 6d.; William Deeplow, for attending the Officers of the Works to write and enter estimates, etc. 45l. 15s.; and to John Ball, clerk of the Works, 18l. 6s. with 27l. for his travelling charges and 6l. 15s. 6d. for coals, etc. 1,691 0
8,659 13
Kensington House and Gardens:
emptions and provisions 791 6
carriage, etc. 42 2 2
William Edge, labourer, for going on errands, cleaning leads and gutters, and carrying away rubbish 125 10 0
task work: to Matthew Banks, carpenter, for work 684l. 6s. 7d.; John Smout, mason, for Portland, Rigate and Hedington stone, chimney pieces, slabs, hearths, corner stones, etc., and for work and improvements 142l. 4s. 10d.; John Hopson, masterjoiner, for wainscoting several lodgings, etc. 1,073l. 10s. 1¾d.; Richard Stacey, master bricklayer, for brickwork 256l. 9s. 10d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for plaisterer's work 232l. 14s. 8¼d.; Anne Browne, for repairing the slating over the gallery, greencloth window, piazza, penthouse, kitchen court and great portico 57l. 7s. 3d.; Joseph Jolly, pavior, for rag stone used in the office yard and in the courts before the gates and for Flanders brick paving in the stable 43l. 12s.; and to Thomas Highmore, serjeant-painter, for winscot painting in the office of the Works, etc. 204l. 8s. 0¼d. 2,694 13
rewards: to Henry Powel, underhousekeeper, for opening and shutting the doors 30s.; Benjamin Smith, George Clayfield and John Vaughan, for shoring up part of the house ready to fall 4l.; John Vaughan, for travelling expenses 20s.; Richard Neagle, for giving notes to the carters for the safe-carriage of timber 11l. 5s. 6d., and to Mansel Bennet, clockmaker, for looking after, etc. the Great Clock at Kensington, 10 Dec. 1707 to 31 Dec. 1711 51l. 15s.; ditto to 31 Dec. 1712 18l. 2s. 6d. 407 13 0
Wages: to John Vaughan and Edward Glanville, two watchmen at the timber yard 73l. 4s.; ditto, for twelve nights 24s.; Nicholas Haw[k]es-more, clerk of the Works, 41l. 3s. 6d. with 205l. 16s. 8d. for travelling charges, dog's meat and other disbursements 321 8 2
the Gardens: to Thomas Robinson, for smith's work 60l. 4s. 7¼d.; John Ireland, glazier, for glass and glaziers' work 45l. 17s. 10d.; Richard Stacey, master bricklayer, for work about the garden-house and kitchen-garden, etc. 54l. 5s. 2d.; Joseph Roberts, serjeant-plumber, for plumbers' wares and work 22l. 16s. 10¾d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for plaisterers' work 40l. 16s. 11d.; John Hopson, masterjoiner, for joiners' work 212l. 10s. 1d.; John Smout, mason, for Swedish paving, rounding rollers, Portland chimney pieces, hearths, slabs, corner-stones and sinks 265l. 12s. 8¼d.; Richard Fransham, for ironmonger's wares 44l. 18s. 1½d.; William Pritchard, for hoops for the hispalia hedges 8l. 17s. 6d.; Joseph Carpenter, for china pots 15l.; Anne Browne, for repairing the slating etc. 7l. 7s. 3d.; Matthew Banks, carpenter, for carpenter's work 280l. 1s. 1d.; John Kellum, for pumps 15l.; John Hopson, purveyor, for stores, 276l. 4s. 5d.; Deborah Reading, for carriage of stores, 41l. 15s. 1d.; Henry Wise, master gardener, for work and for hire of labourers 333l. 16s. 8d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for painter's work 215l. 6s. 2¼d.; Nicholas Hawkesmore, for keeping the accompts 18l. 6s.; and William Deeplow, for attendance to write and enter estimates, etc. 45l. 15s. 2,004 11 6
6,067 4
Hide Park:
several works and repairs in July 1712, viz.: to Matthew Bankes, carpenter, for railing the ponds by the Horse Guards, making a footbridge and horsebridge near Knightsbridge, etc. 119l. 14s.; Thomas Robinson, master smith, for smith's wares 10l.; Richard Stacey, master bricklayer, for arches over the bridges and drains to carry off the water 27l. 6s. 5d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for painting the rails, etc. 10l. 14s. 6d.; and Nicholas Hawkesmore, clerk of the Works, and other clerks 4l. 10s. 172 4 11
St. James's Park:
works and repairs in December 1712, viz.: to Thomas Robinson, master smith, for locks, etc. 13l. 18s. 5½d.; Richard Stacey, master bricklayer, for tiling, etc. 37l. 9s. 3d.; John Ireland, master glazier, for glazier's wares and work 4l. 6s. 3d.; Henry Wise, for disbursements 29l. 17s. 2d.; Matthew Bankes, master carpenter, for oak posts and rails about the Mall, etc. 127l. 2s. 5d.; Richard Neagle and others, for examining the bills, etc. 6l. 218 13
charges of public paving:
to Joseph Jolly, paviour, for work at Whitehall, the Tilt Yard, St. James's New Palace Yard, Old Palace Yard, Whalebone Court, Westminster, the Park wall near Pickadilly and St. James's Park, etc. 588 11 4
total for works and repairs as above 30,483l. 19s. 10½d.
wages and entertainments of officers, clerks and artificers; travelling and other charges:
wages and entertainments: to Sir Christopher Wren, surveyor of the Works, 320l. 16s. 4d.; to John Vanbrugh, comptroller, 158l. 12s.; to Charles Dartiquenave, paymaster 149l. 9s.; to Benjamin Jackson, master mason, 117l.; to John Churchill, master carpenter, 138l. 5s. 6d.; to Christopher Wren, clerk engrosser of the ledger books, 51l. 17s.; to Charles Hopson, purveyor, 65l. 11s. 6d.; to Charles Hopson, master joiner, 27l. 9s.; to Thomas Robinson, master smith, 27l. 9s.; David Lance, master plaisterer, 36l. 12s.; to Richard Stacey, master bricklayer, 36l. 12s.; and to Charles Haughton, clerk itinerant, 50l. 1,169 13 4
riding charges, detailed 368 5 0
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 stationery and for diet of the officers of the Works at their monthly meeting 48l. 6s.; for Exchequer fees 30l.; to Thomas Foley, for auditor's fee, 140l.; and to the Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer 2l. 251 10 0
1,789 8 4
payments by Royal Warrant and special directions of the Lord High Treasurer:
the Executors of John, late Viscount Fitzharding, for keeping the Mall 100 0 0
Robert Bedow, for cleaning the streets before Whitehall 100 0 0
Michael Studholme, surveyor of the roads, for repairing the Queen's private road through Hide Park to Kensington 685l. 11s. 11d.; and to Nicholas Hawkesmore and John Vaughan, for keeping the accompts thereof 40l. 725 11 11
the same, for the yearly allowance to John Pigot, for keeping in repair the Queen's private road between Stanstead and Hakeril for three years to April 1712 60l.; and for disbursements in 1709, 1710 and 1711 for work in the gatesteads within and without Hide Park, and making the way passable through that part to Hampstead and for making good a way for coaches into the house park of Hampton Court and between the wick and the paddock gate there 16l. 1s. 2d. 76 1 2
Henry Wise, for keeping the Queen's gardens and plantations (140 acres at 20l. per acre) 2,800 0 0
the same, for himself, the under-keepers and gatekeepers of St. James's Park; also for hay and corn for the deer and feed for the fish and fowls there 412 14 7
the same, for work and for plants and materials used in the Upper Garden at Kensington 478 0 0
Thomas Morphey, Mareschal to the First and Second Regiment of Foot Guards, to reimburse his charges in repairing and fitting up the prison in the Savoy in 1707, 1708 and 1709, used for serving soldiers, deserters and recruits 558 19
Alexander Carleton, in part of 1,960l. 4s. 6d. owing from King William III in right of his wife, relict of William Bache, blacksmith to the late King 100 0 0
Charles Dartiquenave, for an additional allowance 100 0 0
5,451 6 11¾
Exchequer fee 40 12
£55,260 4
and so this Accomptant is in surplusage 41,932l. 17s. 7d.
Auditor's Memorandum. This large surplusage was occasioned by the Accomptant's having received but a small sum within the time of this Accompt, that year's service being paid with part of the money received for the next year.
Declared 8 May 1716.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: WORKS AT WINDSOR.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 3457 [E351/3457].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2480, ROLL 280 [A.O.1/2480/280].
See Vol. XXV of this Calendar, p. cdlxi.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: GREAT WARDROBE.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 3137 [E351/3137]. (fn. 1)
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2368, ROLL 143 [A.O.1/2368/143].
JOHN, DUKE OF MONTAGU, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe.
Michaelmas 1711 to Michaelmas 1712.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining at the foot of the previous Account nil, the Accountant being in surplusage 84,757l. 7s. 7d.
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term, 10 & 11 Anne, in further part of 100,000l. by privy seal 30 Aug. 6 Anne 200 0 0
Easter term, 11 Anne, in further part of the same 2,500 0 0
total charge and receipts £2,700 0 0
Discharge. £ s. d.
Surplusage as at the foot of the previous account 84,757 7 7
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:
Jasper Cullum, mercer, for fine white Florence silk 'Tennis' for a pair of coverlets for the Queen's service at St. James's, and for crimson Genoa silk damask for a canopy, and crimson taffeta to line the same for the bed of the Women of the Bedchamber there, and for rich double silk interwoven with gold for two altar cloths, cushions and carpets for the Bishop of Bristol, the Queen's Plenipotentiary for a Peace Treaty, and for Lord Lexington, employed in the Queen's service overseas 153 3 6
Thomas Hinchcliffe, mercer, for blue Florence taffeta for three window curtains for the Queen's closet, etc. 161 16 9
James Davison and partners, mercers, for purple Genoa silk and velvet for two altar cloths, cushions and carpets and for silk damask and Genoa velvet 271 6 0
David Bosanquet, merchant, for blue Genoa velvet to guard the liveries and for 140 bonnets of black Genoa velvet for the Yeomen of the Guard and Yeoman Warders of the Tower for the year 1711, etc. 2,546 14 0
William Barnesley, packer, for fine crimson in grain cloth for coats and breeches and crimson baize to line the same for the Master of the Queen's Barges and the 48 Watermen for the year 1711, etc. 1,795 13
William Elliott, laceman, for gold and silver lace and thread 1,907 13
Charles Matthews, laceman, for the like 1,855 11 0
William Weeks, laceman, for coloured lace and gold thread and for silk thread 153 13
Stephen Tolouze, embroiderer, for finely embroidering 140 coats, back and breast, for the Yeomen of the Guard and the Yeomen Warders for the year 1711 and for the embroidery of altar-cloths, etc. for the Queen's two Indian chapels in America, etc. 1,661 4 0
Alexander Rosse, embroiderer, for finely embroidering a canopy for a chair of state, etc. for the Earl of Strafford, a Plenipotentiary for a Peace Treaty 45 0 0
Benjamin Shute and partner, linen drapers, for the finest Hollands for the Queen's person and for other Hollands linen for sheets, etc. and for coarse linen for the Queen's Maundy, etc. 712 13 3
Michael Brixey, linen draper, for rich damask towelling 20 12 6
Francis Dobson, milliner, for rich Macklin [Mechlin] lace 20 0 0
Anne Colthrop, sempstress, for making of several sheets, mantles, surplices, etc. 40 9 0
John Horsfall, button-maker, for gold buttons for the coats and cloaks of the Yeomen of the Guard and Yeomen Warders, the ten Children of the Chapel Royal, the trumpeters and drummers of the four Troops of Horse Guards, the drummers and trumpeters of the two Troops of Horse Grenadiers and the drum majors and trumpeters of the First Foot Guards 87 7
Robert Petre, tailor, for making fifty crimson cloth tunics and breeches, all guarded with blue Genoese velvet and gold Arras lace, the bodies lined with cotton and the sleeves, etc. with blue serge for 50 Yeomen of the Guard for the year 1711, and five coats, breeches, half-sleeves and overcoats for five Children of the Chapel Royal, etc. 177 2 0
Robert Graham, tailor, for making 50 coats and breeches for another 50 Yeomen of the Guard and ten coats, breeches and cloaks for eight trumpeters and two kettledrummers of the first and third Troops of Horse Guards, etc. 183 5 3
William Dixon, tailor, for making 40 crimson cloth coats and breeches for the forty Yeomen Warders for the year 1711 100 0 0
Edward Bird, for blue and white taffeta ribbon and for crimson in grain taffeta ribbon and for the making of 140 bonnet-bands for the Yeomen of the Guard and Yeomen Warders, and for blue taffeta ribbon for four pairs of kettledrummers' standards for the Queen's four Troops of Horse Guards 58 2 8
John Aird, glovemaker, for 140 pairs of large gloves, topped and double sewn, for the hundred Yeomen of the Guard and 40 Yeomen Warders, and for 10 pairs of kidskin gloves, topped, and 20 pairs of lambskin gloves, topped, for the 10 Children of the Chapel Royal for 1711 26 15 0
William Haddock, belt-maker, for 140 soldiers' waist belts, studded, for the Yeomen of the Guard and Yeomen Warders, for 20 broad soldiers' belts, studded, with gilt buttons and loops of gold lace round them, for the 16 trumpeters and four kettledrummers of the Queen's four Troops of Horse Guards, etc. 139 13 0
John Bee, shoemaker, for several pairs of shoes for the Yeomen of the Guard and Yeomen Warders, for the Children of the Chapel Royal, for the Masters and 63 Watermen of the Queen's and the late Prince [Consort's] barges, and for the poor men of the Royal Maundy 78 19 6
John Skelton, shoemaker (calceario), for 48 pairs of strong neatskin shoes for the 48 poor men of the Royal Maundy 9 0 0
Mary Sedgwick, hatter, for several fine hats and bands for the 10 Children of the Chapel Royal, the trumpeters and kettledrummers to the four Troops of Horse Guards, the drummers and trumpeters to the two Troops of Horse Grenadiers and the drum major and trumpeters to the First Regiment of Foot Guards 40 7 0
Hambden Reeve, upholsterer, for necessaries, etc. 583 13 9
John Vanderbanke, yeoman Arrasworker, for materials to repair eight large pieces of tapestry of the Spanish Invasion for the House of Lords 205l.; for rent of the premises in Great Queen Street to Mich. 1712, 40l.; and for the work of himself and thirteen Arrasworkers 338l. 4s. 683 4 0
Thomas Dummer, for superfine Hollands and superfine Cambric 304l. 6s. 8¼d.; and as yeoman tailor, for himself and 19 other tailors, to Mich. 1712, 422l. 11s.; and, as Deputy of the Wardrobe, for Exchequer fees, etc. 121l. 7s. 6d.; and for work attending at Windsor, Hampton Court, etc. 100l. 948 5
Gerret Jensen, cabinet-maker, for tables, stools, mirrors, etc. 134 7 0
Thomas Roberts, joiner, for necessaries 226 14 0
William Johnson, coffer maker, for necessaries 110 2 0
Edward Castle and partner, stationers, for bibles, prayer books and books of homilies for the Queen's two Indian chapels in America, for the Earl of Peterborough, the Bishop of Bristol, the Earl of Strafford and Lord Lexington, and for a bible and other books for the Queen's personal use in her closet at St. James's, Kensington, Hampton Court and Windsor and for stationery for the Wardrobe and the Clerk of the Queen's Robes and Wardrobes 404 5 6
John Pincke, herald painter, for painting work 369 17 9
James King, herald painter, for ditto for the Queen's First Regiment of Foot Guards 127 1 6
Francis Clerke, clerk of the Checque to the Yeomen of the Guard, for 140 watching gowns for the Yeomen of the Guard and Yeomen Warders 140 0 0
William Crofts, Master of the Children of the Chapel Royal, for 60 pairs of leather shoes for the 10 children of the Chapel Royal for 1711 10 10 0
John Williams, late a Child of the Chapel Royal, whose voice is broken, for necessaries 8 19 7
William Van Huls, clerk of the Queen's Robes and Wardrobes, for his care, work and expenses, etc. 36 0 0
John Elrington, steward, for his care in weighing materials purchased for the Wardrobe, etc. 118 18 10
John Elrington and George Hutchinson, two clerks in the Great Wardrobe, for themselves and other clerks employed on the accounts for 9½ years to Ladyday 1711 150 0 0
George Hutchinson, for payments to workmen for work and repairs in the part of the house allotted to the clerk of the Great Wardrobe 27 19 3
Nathaniel Whitham, chief skinner, for airing, etc. the Queen's coronation and Parliament stoles 13 6 8
Thomas Waldron, lance-maker, for 10 staves with gilt tips, etc. for the Queen's four Troops of Horse Guards and two Troops of Horse Grenadiers, and for a lance with a double-gilt tip for an embroidered standard and 27 standard-staves with gilt tips, coloured and dyed, for the First Regiment of Foot Guards and for 18 standard-staves with gilt tips, coloured and dyed, for the Third Regiment of Foot Guards 39 0 0
William Holmes, for a year's rent of the Offices in York Buildings to Mich. 1712 420 11 2
Matthew Burnet, porter of the Wardrobe, for his salary to Mich. 1712 20 0 0
John Sergeant, running porter, for his salary for the time of the account and for materials for his livery 33 9 9
Katherine Port, as caretaker of the Office in York Buildings and of the workrooms in Great Queen Street, etc. 21 0 0
John Shore, chief trumpeter, for a crimson velvet coat, a cloak of crimson cloth and breeches of the same, lined with blue serge, adorned with gold lace, gold buttons and gold lace loops, embroidered breast and back with the letters 'A.R.' and crowns, a hat and band and a belt, etc., and a pair of finely embroidered standards fringed with gold-thread and lined with silk and a pair of large points and tips with taffeta ribbon, etc. 60 0 0
Robert Maugridge, drum major, for a crimson cloth tunic, breeches and cloak [of the same], lined with blue serge adorned with broad gold Arras lace and gold chain lace with gold buttons, the coat embroidered breast and back with the Queen's cyphers, knots and crowns, a hat laced with gold lace and a band, etc. 40 0 0
John Warner, Queen's barge-master, for four gross silk points for the Queen's barges for 1711 9 12 0
and Christopher Hill, barge-master to the late Prince Consort, for the like 9 12 0
16,992 11 11
sums paid by virtue of letters patent and dormant warrants:
John, Duke of Montagu, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe, by letters patent 13 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 Platt, yeoman of the Leash 2 12 0
Edward Harrison, child of the Leash 12 8 0
John Barrett, Joseph Richards, William Weekett and Samuel Clarke, four Exchequer messengers 4 16 0
Grimling Gibbons, master sculptor and carver in wood 8 0 0
Richard Stacey, master mason 5 3 4
John Vanbrough, comptroller of the Works 8 9 4
Benjamin Jackson, master mason 2 2 0
Edmund Dummer, clerk of the Great Wardrobe 30 19 8
Joseph Roberts, chief plumber 2 0 0
total of liveries by letters patent 76l. 3s.
livery by dormant warrant 1 Feb. 1703:
Sir Christopher Wrenn, surveyor of the Works 12 15 10
liveries by dormant warrant 28 April 1704:
John Bonning, Robert Hemington and William Whitmore, grooms of the Privy Chamber 120 1 6
and six grooms of the Great Chamber 6 0 0
William Van Huls, Clerk of the Robes and Wardrobes 40 0 0
Edward Browne, John Foster, Gilbert Abrahall, Laurence Saxon, Hamnet Kirke and John Smith, Pages of the Backstairs 280 18 0
Edward Willis, Arnold Walwyn and Abraham Kemp, three Pages of the Presence Chamber 3 0 0
liveries by dormant warrant 25 May 1704:
John Eccles, master of the Queen's musick and Robert King, Alexander de la Tour, John Lenton, John Ridgley, John Bannister, Charles Smith, Francis Jones, Richard Bradley, the elder, Gilbert Abrahall, Christian Steffkin and John Shore, 12 musicians 193 10 0
liveries by dormant warrant 2 June 1704:
Elizabeth Atkinson, laundress 10 6 0
John Faverall, master head-cook 40 0 6
Emanuel Hicks, master head-cook to the Household 9 5 4
Thomas Roberts, joiner 8 0 0
George Hutchinson, inferior clerk of the Wardrobe 15 6 8
liveries by dormant warrant 20 Feb. 1706–7:
Thomas Smith, Thomas Roberts, James Kremberg, 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 4
livery by dormant warrant 23 Nov. 1707:
Nathaniel Witham, chief skinner 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 Hounslief, master head-cook 40 0 6
Robert Cox, musician 16 2 6
William Wells, another 16 2 6
John Evans, a page of the Presence 1 0 0
livery by dormant warrant 12 May 1710:
Charles, Duke of Shrewsbury, Lord Chamberlain of the Household, to Christmas 1711 66 16 0
livery by dormant warrant 20 Jan. 1710–11:
Richard Bradley, Charles Jones, Thomas Saxton and William Babell, four musicians 64 10 0
William Johnson, coffer maker 8 10 0
John Hobson, master joiner 16 2 6
John Stone, Thomas Martin, Henry Waters and Robert Burrell, four grooms of the Great Chamber 4 0 0
liveries by dormant warrant 6 Nov. 1711:
Stephen Tolouze, embroiderer, for All Saints' Day 1710 and 1711 68 2 0
Cornelius Tilbury, a groom of the Privy Chamber 40 6 0
Thomas Churchill, master locksmith 8 10 0
Jonathan Aylworth and Henry Symons, two musicians 32 5 0
liveries by dormant warrant 16 June 1712:
Rachael Thomas, Yeoman of the Robes, for All Saints' Day 1710 and 1711 160 0 0
Charles Hodges, groom of the Robes, ditto 80 0 0
John Felton and Henry Pigott, attendants of the Robes 80 0 0
4,132 4 6
money paid for robes and clothing of Officers and Ministers of the Exchequer and the Great Wardrobe, as granted ex antiquo:
Robert, Earl of Oxford and Mortimer, Lord High Treasurer 46 13 4
Robert Benson, Chancellor and Under Treasurer of the Exchequer 34 13 4
Sir William Sympson, a Baron of the Exchequer 12 17 4
Simon, Viscount Fanshaw, Remembrancer of the Exchequer 4 12 8
Leonard Thompson, Lord Treasurer's Rembrancer 2 13 4
George Wrighte, Clerk of the Crown 3 5 10
Edward Harley and Thomas Foley, Auditors of 'Lez Prests' 10 2 0
Sir William Ashburnham, bt., 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
144 15 0
wages and fees of Officers of the Great Wardrobe:
John, Duke of Montagu, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe, for his fee and reward as allowed ex antiquo 100 0 0
Edmund Dummer, clerk of the Great Wardrobe 24 18 4
Thomas Dummer, yeoman tailor 21 5 10
Thomas Foley, Auditor 91 6 8
237 10 10
ordinary allowances:
this accomptant, for his battelage 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 £106,274 2 2
and so this accomptant is in Surplusage 103,574l. 2s. 2d.
Declared 25 May 1715.
Auditor's Memorandum. The foregoing surplusage has arisen because, according to the ancient method of passing the accounts of the Great Wardrobe, the whole expense of the Office has been allowed, but it does not appear what part of the said surplusage remains unpaid to the tradesmen and others.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: QUEEN'S PENSIONS.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2725 [E351/2725].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1923, ROLL 8 [A.O.1/1923/8].
The Hon. SPENCER COMPTON, Paymaster of the Queen's Pensions and Annuities.
25 March 1711 to 25 March 1712.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the Accomptant's hands at the end of the last Accompt 85 2
depending on sundry persons at the foot of the said Accompt 4,955 2 10
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer: £ s. d.
Easter term, 10 Anne, in further part of 50,000l. by privy seal of 5 Aug. 9 Anne 16,158 19 0
Michaelmas term, 10 & 11 Anne, in full of the same 6,236 2
the same term, in part of 40,000l. by privy seal of 22 Sept. 10 Anne 26,337 11
the same term, in further part of 15,000l. for the support of the poor French Protestants by general letters of privy seal dormant of 13 March 1701–2 and royal warrant dated 8 July 9 Anne 4,000 0 0
52,732 12 10
total charge and receipts £57,772 18
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
moneys 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 Little Park; 1¼ years to Christmas 1711 125 0 0
La Croze, Vicar of Old Windsor, in lieu of tithe for lands laid into Windsor Great Park; Xmas quarter 1710 6 5 0
the Vicar of Hampton, in lieu of tithes for lands inclosed into Hampton Court Park; same time 7 15 5
the Churchwardens of Hampton, co. Midd., for the poor; same time 12 10 0
the Churchwardens of St. Margaret's, Westminster, for the poor and for the hospital in Tuttlefields; same time 25 0 0
the Churchwardens of St. Martin's in the Fields, for the poor; same time 25 0 0
the Churchwardens of St. James's, for the poor; same time 12 10 0
annual payments commencing at Midsummer 1702:
George Sayers, Vice Chamberlain to the late Queen Mary, for his pension; Xmas quarter 1710 125 0 0
Henry Bulstrode, Gentleman Usher and Daily Waiter to the said late Queen; 1½ years to Ladyday 1712 225 0 0
John Remii de Montigny, another ditto; Xmas quarter 1710 37 10 0
Mrs. Martha Lockhart, a Woman of the Bedchamber to the said late Queen; 1½ years to Ladyday 1712 300 0 0
Abraham Kemp, Page of the Presence to the same; Xmas quarter 1710 10 0 0
Mrs. Dorothy Ireland, sempstress to the same; 1¼ years to Xmas 1711 125 0 0
Sir Henry Killegrew, an equerry to the same; year to Mich. 1711 150 0 0
Mrs. Mary Lee; 1½ years to Ladyday 1712 75 0 0
Elenor Ross; same time 60 0 0
Frances Barrow; same time 45 0 0
Mary Ashton; same time 7 10 0
Dorothy Torway; half-year to Ladyday 1711 25 0 0
the Bishop of London, for the Ministers in New England; Xmas quarter 1710 25 0 0
Mary Doyley alias Walter; same time 10 0 0
Lady Mary Prestwich; same time 10 0 0
Monsieur Nevill, for house-rent; same time 5 0 0
Monsieur de la Fountaine, for Harman's children; half-year to Ladyday 1711 20 0 0
George Holder; same time 11 0 0
Richard Miller for Mousieur Braceley's children; Xmas quarter 1710 11 0 0
the Revd. Richard Cawthorne, for reading prayers at Hampton Court; same time 12 10 0
Francis Parker, Churchwarden of Kensington, for the poor; half-year to Xmas 1710 12 10 0
Madam de Venneville; Xmas quarter 1710 12 7 6
Charlotte Instell (or Justell); same time 15 0 0
Rowland Brock; year to Mich. 1711 40 0 0
Monsieur la Vassor; three quarters to Ladyday 1711 45 0 0
Mrs. Anne Richbell; 1½ years to Ladyday 1712 60 0 0
Alice King; Xmas quarter 1710 25 0 0
Mrs. Anne Eden; three quarters to Ladyday 1711 75 0 0
Williamina Bunce; Xmas quarter 1710 12 10 0
Dame Sarah New-Comen; half-year to Xmas 1710 25 0 0
Anne Fitzharris; half-year to Ladyday 1711 25 0 0
William Conyers; Mich. quarter 1710 12 10 0
Mary Michell; Xmas quarter 1710 5 0 0
Martha Franciis; 1¼ years to Xmas 1711 62 10 0
Isabella Gwillins; Xmas quarter 1710 5 0 0
Rabsy Smithby; half-year to Ladyday 1711 10 0 0
Elizabeth Reynolds; Xmas quarter 1710 2 10 0
Elizabeth Disney; same time 5 0 0
Anne Disney; same time 5 0 0
Ursula Church; half-year to Ladyday 1711 20 0 0
Katharine Ironmonger; Xmas quarter 1710 10 0 0
Sophia Nevill; half-year to Ladyday 1711 20 0 0
Susanna Woodward; same time 10 0 0
Martha Bastin; same time 10 0 0
Hester de Civille; Xmas quarter 1710 7 10 0
Mary Brincknall; same time 5 0 0
Thomas Gummins; same time 2 10 0
Anne Head; half-year to Xmas 1710 5 0 0
Katharine Roberts; Xmas quarter 1710 2 10 0
Joan Launce; same time 2 10 0
Susanna Clarke; same time 2 10 0
Elizabeth Jennings; same time 2 10 0
Katharine Tessin; same time 2 10 0
Magdalen Thomas; same time 2 10 0
Hester Walker; 1½ years to Ladyday 1712 30 0 0
Margaret Jollife; half year to Ladyday 1711 10 0 0
Anne d'Veill; Xmas quarter 1710 12 10 0
Margarett Abernathy; same time 5 0 0
Jane Piggott; same time 5 0 0
Sarah Hussey; half year to Ladyday 1711 10 0 0
Mary Barnier; Xmas quarter 1710 5 0 0
Hester Verengeville; same time 5 0 0
Elizabeth Marmande; same time 5 0 0
Susanna Petit; same time 10 0 0
Mary and Magdalen d'Alix; same time 10 0 0
Eliner Morgan; same time 2 10 0
Susanna Foxton; same time 25 0 0
Sarah Miller; three quarters to Xmas 1710 9 18 0
Monsieur de L'Estrange, for the Society of French Gentlewomen at the Hague; 1½ years to Ladyday 1712 300 0 0
Elizabeth Bedford; Xmas quarter 1710 10 0 0
Margaret Whittle; same time 10 0 0
Martha Sympson; 1frac12; years to Ladyday 1712 75 0 0
Mary Bocock; Xmas quarter 1710 10 0 0
Theophilus Garlick; three quarters to Mids. 1711 22 10 0
Thomas Smith; Xmas quarter 1710 7 10 0
Milbourn Maddox; same time 7 10 0
Matthias Ascough; same time 7 10 0
Richard Latham; same time 7 10 0
Francis Mackenzie; same time 10 0 0
Sarah Matthews; same time 25 0 0
Bernard Gates; half year to Ladyday 1711 20 0 0
Richard Bradley; same time 20 0 0
Rowland Pearce; same time 20 0 0
Susanna Benson; same time 25 0 0
Gregory Genuini (or Gennini); Xmas quarter 1710 7 10 0
Lady Douglass and her daughter 35 0 0
the Lord Almoner, for the Queen's private pensions and charities; 1½ years to Ladyday 1712 1,350 0 0
Revd. Dr. John Ernest Grabe; year to Mich. 1711 100 0 0
Ferdinand Caferelli; Michaelmas quarter 1710 5 0 0
Elizabeth Grove; half-year to Xmas 1710 50 0 0
Walter Butler; Xmas quarter 1710 7 10 0
Theodore Balisy; same time 37 10 0
Katharine Hildsly; same time 12 10 0
Mary Shelly; 1½ years to Ladyday 1712 30 0 0
Elizabeth Tattersall; Xmas quarter 1710 5 0 0
Elizabeth Harris; same time 5 0 0
John Edmonds; same time 5 0 0
Henry Quin; same time 10 0 0
Teresa Wroughton; same time 1 10 0
Richard Drury; same time 5 0 0
Bernarde de Vignan; same time 20 0 0
Samuel Pack; same time 2 10 0
Mary Simons; same time 5 0 0
Katherine Buck; same time 3 15 0
Frances Oatway; same time 2 10 0
Mary St. Loe; same time 2 10 0
Dorothy Wanley; same time 17 10 0
Elizabeth Atkinson; same time 17 10 0
Hester Dawson; same time 7 10 0
Elinor Clauson; same time 2 0 0
Sarah Wright; same time 5 0 0
Mary Austin; same time 2 0 0
Susanna, Dutchess de la Force; same time 125 0 0
Castiliana, Countess of Cavan; same time 12 10 0
Edward Howard; year to Mich. 1711 150 0 0
Col. Philip Howard; half year to Ladyday 1711 60 0 0
Judith Sturton; 1½ years to Ladyday 1712 45 0 0
John Gostlin; same time 75 0 0
Elizabeth Ramsey; half year to Ladyday 1711 50 0 0
Lady Margaret MacCarty; Xmas quarter 1710 50 0 0
5,107 10 11
on the Additional List:
annual payments commencing from Xmas, 1701:
the Vicar of Hampton Court, in lieu of tithes for lands inclosed in Hampton Court Park; Xmas quarter 1710 1 5 0
annual payments commencing from Midsummer 1702:
Lucrece de Chavernay; Xmas quarter 1710 12 10 0
Claude Davennes; same time 10 0 0
Mary and Anne la Borde; same time 6 0 0
Catherine Mary d'Hubac; same time 5 0 0
Isabeau de Brasseley; half year to Xmas 1710 10 0 0
Henriette de Hautcharmoy; Xmas quarter 1710 9 0 0
Judith de Bruquire; half year to Xmas 1710 6 0 0
Elizabeth Vebron; Xmas quarter 1710 3 0 0
Mary Bondon; same time 5 0 0
Mary Verveillon; same time 3 0 0
Elizabeth Hauteclaire; same time 6 5 0
Mary Melleray; same time 3 0 0
Blanche Tournier; same time 6 5 0
Louise and Anne la Mangere; same time 7 10 0
Mary Berault; same time 3 0 0
Mary and Silli Dumont; same time 7 10 0
Louise de Launay; same time 5 0 0
Francis and John Marioge; same time 3 15 0
Susanna de Culan St. Meine; same time 3 0 0
Mary Jolly de Chadignac; same time 3 0 0
Charlotte Montquion; same time 3 15 0
Susanna le Cercle; same time 3 15 0
Charlotte Pommeau; same time 3 0 0
Mary de Champagny; same time 10 0 0
Mary and Katherine la Ferriere; same time 6 0 0
Henritte and Mary La Vigny; same time 7 10 0
Judith Beconne; same time 3 15 0
Ester, Mary and Susanna Champlaire; same time 6 0 0
Susanna Bette; same time 2 10 0
Bernardine Falquerolls; same time 3 0 0
Frances Pasquet; same time 1 10 0
Anne Gabrielle Montmillon 3 15 0
Angelique Dondar; three quarters to Xmas 1710 9 0 0
Francis Sarrette; Xmas quarter 1710 3 0 0
Mary Dubraville; year to Mich. 1711 12 0 0
Hester and Lucrece Longuevergne, Xmas quarter 1710 5 0 0
Magdalen Dornaunt; same time 4 10 0
Andrie Piere and Anne Henritte Leprimanday; same time 3 15 0
Elizabeth and Katherine Tourton; same time 8 5 0
Susanne Marolles; half year to Xmas 1710 6 0 0
Susanna la Pennotier; Xmas quarter 1710 6 5 0
Mary St. Fausse Vicouse; same time 3 0 0
Emeraud le Grand; half year to Xmas 1710 1 0 0
Susanna de Sarries; Xmas quarter 1710 4 10 0
Mary de Rozell; same time 3 0 0
Hellene Marancin; same time 5 0 0
Elizabeth de la Barr; same time 6 5 0
Henritte de Bellefond alias Harbert; same time 6 5 0
Henritte de la Largere; same time 12 10 0
Claude Duncan; same time 5 0 0
Katherine Sieclar; same time 6 5 0
Jaqueline Godeau de la Roche; same time 4 5 0
Elizabeth Perigoix; same time 5 0 0
Charlotte Dangeau; half year to Ladyday 1711 50 0 0
Henritte Mary la Muce; Xmas quarter 1710 7 10 0
Mary de Lisle; same time 12 10 0
Victorie Pardaillon; same time 7 10 0
Katherine de Dollon; same time 7 10 0
Anne de Langragne; same time 12 10 0
Susanna de Reneval; half year to Xmas 1710 4 10 0
Anne de Boisruisseau; Xmas quarter 1710 7 10 0
Frances Plunckett; half year to Lady-day 1711 15 0 0
Anne Pallock; three quarters to Lady-day 1711 30 0 0
Peter Persoode; Xmas quarter 1710 25 0 0
Henry Quinn; same time 5 0 0
Peter de la Touch; same time 12 10 0
Sir Wynwood Mowat; same time 10 0 0
Martha Clarke; same time 5 0 0
Thomas Chamberlain; same time 4 10 0
Osweld Fawne; same time 4 10 0
Anne Gourney; half year to Ladyday 1711 10 0 0
Deborah Rolleston; same time 15 0 0
Katherine Harlackenden; Xmas quarter 1710 10 0 0
Sarah Okeover; half year to Ladyday 1711 20 0 0
Winifred Whaley; quarter to Xmas 1710 7 10 0
Magdalen Cunningham; same time 7 10 0
Elizabeth Mackraken; same time 7 10 0
annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1702:
the Duchess of Holstein Bec; Xmas quarter 1710 50 0 0
annual payments commencing at Midsummer 1703:
Col. Richard Baggot; half year to Xmas 1710 50 0 0
Major Nathaniel Hill; Xmas quarter 1710 12 10 0
William Fachin; same time 6 16 10½
John Button; same time 6 16 10½
John Brerers; same time 6 16 10½
the Afternoon Preacher at Kensington; same time 5 0 0
Alice Shipton; same time 5 0 0
729 15
on the Establishment dated 30 May 1704:
annual payments commencing at Ladyday 1702:
John Menard; Xmas quarter 1710 40 0 0
Peter Rival; same time 40 0 0
Philip Menard; same time 40 0 0
John Majou; same time 10 0 0
Frederick Furton; same time 2 10 0
John Menard; same time 2 3 0
Bernard Hofnagle; half year to Ladyday 1711 80 0 0
John Peter Nuicle; Xmas quarter 1710 40 0 0
Sebastin Vander Eick; half year to Ladyday 1711 15 0 0
Frederick Fulton; Xmas quarter 1710 1 5 0
Bernard Hofnagle; ditto 5 3 0
annual payments commencing from Ladyday 1703:
Magdalen de la Chesney; Xmas quarter 1710 5 0 0
Mary de la Chesney; same time 5 0 0
Capt. Roger Raven; same time 6 16 10½
Alice Vaughan; year to Michaelmas 1711 20 0 0
Amelie de Stirum; year to Xmas 1710 12 10 0
Mary Urseline de Stirum; same time 12 10 0
John Pellit; same time 15 0 0
Amila Keysers; same time 6 0 0
Claude de Venneville; same time 5 0 0
Constance de la Marie; same time 5 0 0
Anne de Cloux; same time 2 10 0
Bonne Green de Percourat; same time 5 0 0
Hellene de Marancin; same time 3 15 0
Tabitha Houghton; half year to Ladyday 1711 5 0 0
Elizabeth Lebar; Xmas quarter 1710 0 12 6
Henritte and Mary Louvigny; same time 0 7 10
annual payments commencing from Michaelmas 1703:
Elizabeth Colvert; half year to Ladyday 1711 15 0 0
Mary Marshall; Xmas quarter 1710 7 10 0
annual payments commencing from Ladyday 1704:
Katherine Seiglar; Xmas quarter 1710 6 5 0
Charlotte Killegrew; same time 50 0 0
Henry Foubert; half year to Ladyday 1711 125 0 0
Richard and Grace Sydenham; 1½ years to Ladyday 1712 60 0 0
Victorie Slingsby; Xmas quarter 1710 5 0 0
Amy Goldsborough; same time 5 0 0
Elizabeth Hall; same time 5 0 0
Jane Bell; same time 5 0 0
Jane Berkley; Xmas quarter 1711 50 0 0
Katherine and Mary Armstrong; Xmas quarter 1710 50 0 0
Susanna Leighton; half year to Ladyday 1711 50 0 0
Elizabeth Slingsby; Xmas quarter 1710 5 0 0
Anne Duke; same time 11 8
Mary and Penelope Hutton; same time 6 1 8
Margaret Russell; same time 3 0 10
Anne and Magdalen Ross; half year to Ladyday 1711 30 0 0
Margaret Buss and Anne Collins, Xmas quarter 1710 10 0 0
Dame Mary Slingsby; same time 5 0 0
897 11 0
on the Establishment dated 25 September 1704:
annual payments commencing from Ladyday 1703:
Abell Tassin D'Allonne; Xmas quarter 1710 75 0 0
Benjamin Power; same time 5 0 0
80 0 0
on the Establishment dated 23 October 1704:
annual payments commencing 24 June 1702:
Thomas and Elizabeth Hyde; Xmas quarter 1710 12 10 0
annual payments commencing Michaelmas 1704:
Elizabeth Minshall; Xmas quarter 1710 12 10 0
Elizabeth Wandsford; half year to Ladyday 1711 25 0 0
Judith Fitzharris; half year to Xmas 1710 10 0 0
60 0 0
on the Establishment dated 17 April 1705:
Margaret Croissett; Xmas quarter 1710 5 0 0
on the Establishment dated 25 June 1705:
Nehemiah Arnold, for the maintenance and education of Susanna Arnold; Xmas quarter 1710 7 10 0
on the Establishment dated 2 July 1706:
annual payments commencing Midsummer 1705:
Sarah Browne; half year to Ladyday 1711 5 10 0
annual payments commencing Michaelmas 1705:
Susanna de Mollien; Xmas quarter 1710 10 0 0
Margaret de Villenevue; same time 10 0 0
Magdalen Vaudiere; same time 7 10 0
Elizabeth Sixty Dalem; same time 7 10 0
Magdalen de la Martinere; half year to Ladyday 1711 15 0 0
Utesia Astley; three quarters to Xmas 1710 30 0 0
Anne Daniell de Grangue; Xmas quarter 1710 10 0 0
Jane de la Salle; same time 10 0 0
Elizabeth Sallinanne; same time 10 0 0
Mary and Katherine du Chail; same time 5 0 0
Susanna de Cantiran; same time 10 0 0
Judith de Roux; same time 5 0 0
Susanna de Blaunce; same time 5 0 0
Magdalen de Chamier; same time 6 5 0
Edward Purcell; half year to Ladyday 1711 10 0 0
annual payments commencing at Xmas, 1705:
Richard Elford; Xmas quarter 1710 25 0 0
Frances Ralegh; same time 15 0 0
annual payments commencing Ladyday 1706:
Rebecca Flower; Xmas quarter 1710 5 0 0
Susanna Pallier; same time 5 0 0
Anne Bing; same time 10 0 0
Elizabeth Waggott; same time 20 0 0
Dame Barbara Killegrew, to support herself and daughter; 1½ years to Ladyday 1712 225 0 0
Mary Killigrew, relict of Henry Killegrew, deceased, to support herself and Henry's children; Xmas quarter 1710 25 0 0
and Rebecca Paulden, relict of Capt. Thomas Paulden; same time 6 5 0
493 0 0
on the Establishment dated 26 Aug. 1706:
annual payments commencing at Ladyday 1706:
Sir John Mackleane; 1¼ years to Xmas 1711 456 5 0
Capt. George Porter; Xmas quarter 1710 65 0 0
Capt. Richard Fisher; same time 65 0 0
Capt. William Boyce; same time 39 0 0
Thomas Bartram; same time 19 10 0
Robert Inwood; half year to Ladyday 1711 39 0 0
John Lunt; Xmas quarter 1710 13 0 0
Edward Browne; same time 6 10 0
703 5 0
on the Establishment dated 7 April 1707:
annual payments commencing from Michaelmas 1706:
Mary Walter; half year to Ladyday 1711 10 0 0
annual payments commencing at Xmas 1706:
Katherine D'Bourbon; Xmas quarter 1710 6 5 0
Henritte D'Pons Thors; same time 15 0 0
annual payments commencing at Xmas 1705:
Frances Bew; Xmas quarter 1710 10 0 0
41 5 0
on the Establishment dated 29 July, 1708:
annual payments commencing at Xmas 1706:
Elizabeth, Lady Hay; Xmas quarter 1710 50 0 0
annual payments commencing at Midsummer 1707:
Katherine Stanhope; half year to Xmas 1710 100 0 0
annual payments commencing at Ladyday 1708:
Magdalen Errard; Xmas quarter 1710 12 10 0
Arthur Reynell: half year to Ladyday 1711 13 13 9
Rose de Baricave; Xmas quarter 1711 6 5 0
Margaret Lorin; half year to Ladyday 1711 7 10 0
Elizabeth Boucher; 1½ years to Ladyday 1712 75 0 0
Mary D'Aucour; Xmas quarter 1710 5 0 0
Margaret Sarrau; same time 2 10 0
Susanna Sarrau; same time 2 10 0
Mary McNeale; same time 5 0 0
Charlotte Tallemant de Marmande; half year to Ladyday 1711 20 0 0
Jeane de Benne de Louvigny; same time 20 0 0
Claude Margaret de Neufuille; Xmas quarter 1710 5 0 0
Judith Ricard; same time 3 15 0
John Bruquire; same time 5 0 0
Judith de Proisy Depte de Tugny; same time 7 10 0
Margaret de Bar de Monmilan; same time 3 15 0
Frances Dallons; same time 6 5 0
Anne Mauclere; same time 7 10 0
Judith de Goisy; same time 9 0 0
Louise Pigniot; same time 3 0 0
Mary Pygnyot; same time 3 0 0
Mary du Barquet; same time 5 0 0
Mary de Blagny; same time 3 15 0
Elizabeth Veron; half year to Xmas 1710 7 10 0
Francoise Marie Reinaud; Xmas quarter 1710 3 0 0
Anne Grosvenor; same time 7 10 0
Mary Boitous; same time 7 10 0
Jane Kerr alias Borthwick; same time 7 10 0
annual payments commencing 24 June 1708:
Windom Tomson; Xmas quarter 1710 2 10 0
Clifton Tomson; same time 2 10 0
Martha Sympson; 1½ years to Ladyday 1712 15 0 0
435 8 9
on the Establishment for allowing pensions to the several Officers, Servants, etc. to the late Prince of Denmark:
annual payments commencing at Xmas 1708:
John, Lord de la Warr, Groom of the Stole; Xmas quarter 1710 300 0 0
William, Lord Byron, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber; 1¾ years to Ladyday 1712 1,050 0 0
Thomas, Earl of Westmorland; Thomas, Lord Howard of Effingham; Archibald, Earl of Rosberie; Henry, Earl of Lincoln; all for Xmas quarter 1710 600 0 0
Christian Sigfried de Plessen, Privy Purse and Master of the Robes, three quarters to Xmas 1710 300 0 0
John George Hugk, Secretary, and Secretary for Foreign Affairs; Xmas quarter 1710 150 0 0
Nicholas Gutsmer, secretary's clerk; same time 10 0 0
Thomas Maule, a groom of the Bedchamber; same time 100 0 0
Peter Laroche, page of the Backstairs and Barber; same time 35 0 0
Daniel Crohaire, another like page; same time 27 10 0
Samuel Nash and John Curtis, two more; same time 40 0 0
Carsten Buckholt, Yeoman of the Robes, and Barber; same time 35 0 0
Matthew Borrow, Assistant to the Yeoman of the Robes; same time 12 10 0
Charles Lucas, Page of the Presence; same time 10 0 0
Thomas Beverly and John Laiing, Gentlemen Ushers; same time 75 0 0
John Chamberlayne, Gentleman Usher; same time 25 0 0
Michael Kinkaid, another; 1½ years to Ladyday 1712 150 0 0
Charles Nicholas Eyre, another; half year to Ladyday 1711 50 0 0
Thomas Hopgood, Yeoman of the Cellar; Xmas quarter 1710 15 0 0
John Christian Jacobi, Chapel-keeper; 1½ years to Ladyday 1712 45 0 0
Elizabeth Towers, necessary woman; Xmas quarter 1710 11 10 0
Scroop, Earl of Bridgewater, Master of the Horse; same time 250 0 0
Peter Wentworth and Henry Durell, equerries; half year to Ladyday 1711 300 0 0
Benjamin Mildmay, another; Xmas quarter 1710 75 0 0
Timothy Schoulls, Yeoman Rider and Captain of the Arms; Xmas quarter 1710 80 5 0
George Curtis, Clerk of the Stables; same time 32 10 0
James Herauld, Purveyor of the Stables; same time 30 0 0
Joseph Turner, Coachman; half year to Ladyday 1711 25 0 0
Thomas Wright and George Vaughan, Postilions; same time 18 0 0
Thomas Jones and William Edwards, helpers; same time 18 0 0
John Philpott, Roger Williams, Edward Sleyman, Joseph Holt, James Henderson, John Shepperd, Thomas Benn, and Thomas Robinson, footmen, same time 164 4 0
Richard Aaron Dewall, groom; same time 33 0 0
Benjamin Godin and John Hawkins, two more; same time 50 0 0
Erasmus Peterson, chairman; same time 25 0 0
Richard Darlington, helper to the Chairman; same time 10 0 0
Thomas Garbutt, helper to the Purveyor of the Stables; same time 11 5 0
Robert Simcokx; groom farrier; Xmas quarter 1710 5 0 0
John Clarke and Henry Irons, chairmen; half year to Ladyday 1711 39 0 0
Samuel Thornley, keeper of the Stableyard at St. James's; same time 12 0 0
Joseph Webb, for himself as Huntsman of the Harriers; same time 5 0 0
Roger Webb, harbourer; same time 10 0 0
Peter Beaubisson, Master of the Setting Dogs; Xmas quarter 1710 25 0 0
Peter Kirk, dogkeeper; half year to Ladyday 1711 25 0 0
Christopher Hill, Master of the Barge; same time 15 0 0
watermen, viz. John Brookes, Charles Heather, John Dallawy, John Feild, William Charlton, Henry Charlton, James Lamkin, James Allin, Edward Williamson, Batman Randal, Abraham Carter, William Mepstone, Richard Broadway, Daniel Barrow and Robert Dickison; same time; also to John Pibus, for half a year to Christmas 1710 24 0 0
Edward Godfrey, treasurer's clerk; year to Ladyday 1712 140 0 0
Charles Buitt, under-clerk; same time 80 0 0
John Ball, auditor; Xmas quarter 1710 37 10 0
Robert Young, gamekeeper at Winchester; same time 10 0 0
Faith Browne, keeper of the Little House at Windsor; half year to Ladyday 1711 20 0 0
Sarah Younge, for looking after the Guard Chamber [at St. James's]; same time 7 10 0
Edward, Earl of Sandwich; Xmas quarter 1710 250 0 0
Sir Sewster Peyton; same time 125 0 0
Dr. John Arbuthnot; same time 87 10 0
Cort Wakeling; same time 50 0 0
Henry William Ludolfe; 1¼ years to Xmas 1711 250 0 0
Jane Kein alias Lowman; Xmas quarter 1710 37 10 0
John Aubert, Peter Latour, Stevans Lefevres, Humphrey Denby, James Graves, William Smith, Charles Babell and John Ernest Galliard 112 0 0
John Shore; half year to Xmas 1710 50 0 0
James Paisible; Xmas quarter 1710 25 0 0
Richard Watts, gardener at the Little House at Windsor; same time 45 0 0
Elizabeth Debnam; half year to Ladyday 1711 3 0 0
Aves Wright; same time 3 0 0
Katherine Cadick; same time 2 0 0
Grace Hurry; same time 3 0 0
Gabrielle Marie Cabin; Xmas quarter 1710 10 0 0
Anthony Knight; same time 4 10 0
James Elliot; same time 5 0 0
Richard Clerke, for Samuel Aymes's children, and to Mary Helbig and Alice Beetham; half year to Ladyday 1712 12 0 0
Mr. Thomas Dawson, Minister of Windsor, for the Little House; Xmas quarter 1710 1 7
Anne Henderson; half year to Ladyday 1711 4 0 0
Lone Birche; same time 5 0 0
Henry Badger; same time 7 10 0
Godfrey Willick; Xmas quarter 1710 15 0 0
Jane Saintlo; half year to Ladyday 1711 10 0 0
Dorothy Saintlo alias Mellichamp; two years to Ladyday 1712 40 0 0
Sarah Harrison; Xmas quarter 1710 5 0 0
Anne Walthorpe and Mary Barber; half year to Ladyday 1711 8 0 0
Peter Voyer Richausse; Xmas quarter 1710 50 0 0
the Governors of Windsor School; same time 7 10 0
Dove Crusins; 1½ years to Ladyday 1712 105 0 0
Richard Fielder; Xmas quarter 1710 5 0 0
Richard Pitman; half year to Ladyday 1711 6 0 0
Charity Booth; same time 4 0 0
the Treasurer of Kensington School; year to Xmas 1710 15 0 0
Elizabeth Cluff; Xmas quarter 1710 5 0 0
annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1708:
Cort Walkeling; Xmas quarter 1710 82 10 0
Carston Bockholt; same time 17 10 0
Anthony William Boehm; 1½ years to Ladyday 1712 300 0 0
John Christian Jacobi; same time 45 0 0
the executors of Dr. John Meeken, for his pension; half year to Mich. 1710 150 0 0
Mary Plassen, widow; half year to Ladyday 1711 26 0 0
Mary Elizabeth Smith; Xmas quarter 1710 7 10 0
Mary Borrow; same time 4 0 0
Thomas Cross; same time 1 5 0
John George Lesser; same time 31 5 0
Charlotte, Countess de Aldenbourg; three quarters to Xmas 1710 93 15 0
Burchard Suhm; same time 187 10 0
Katherine Lutzau; Xmas quarter 1710 12 10 0
Mary de Monceau; same time 25 0 0
Sophia Schumacher; same time 6 5 0
George Peterson; three quarters to Xmas 1710 37 10 0
7,109 1
on warrants which commenced as within is particularly mentioned:
annual payments commencing from Ladyday 1709:
Judith Valantin; Xmas quarter 1710 6 5 0
Francoise de Guiraud; same time 10 0 0
Anne Gabrielle Cossard; same time 5 0 0
Elizabeth Johnson, relict of Michael Johnson, coachman, for herself and five children; half year to Ladyday 1711 15 0 0
Mary Peterson, relict of Hogan Peterson, groom, for herself and two children; same time 10 0 0
Elinor Atkinson; same time 5 0 0
Mary and Magdalen Allix; Xmas quarter 1710 5 0 0
annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1709:
Dorothy, Lady Faulkland, towards the maintenance of her three children; year to Mich. 1711 100 0 0
Marie de la Maria; Xmas quarter 1710 7 10 0
Marie Gatherie; same time 5 0 0
Magdalen Dornant; same time 3 0 0
and Mary Beveridge; three quarters to Ladyday 1711 22 10 0
annual payments commencing from Midsummer 1709:
Jeoffry Gibbons; 1½ years to Ladyday 1712 225 0 0
annual payments commencing from Michaelmas 1709:
Martha Hillton, for herself and three children; half year to Ladyday 1711 12 10 0
Helene de Marencin; Xmas quarter 1710 8 15 0
annual payments commencing from Xmas 1709:
Elizabeth Boucher; 1½ years to Ladyday 1712 15 0 0
Frances Keys; half year to Ladyday 1711 10 0 0
annual payments commencing from Ladyday 1710:
Angelique Legoux; Xmas quarter 1710 5 0 0
Marie de Blagny; same time 2 10 0
Jane Mouchard; same time 3 0 0
annual payments commencing from Michaelmas 1708:
Robert Westley, for ground rent for the Queen's House at the Cockpitt; half year to Xmas 1710 10 5 0
Edmond Williamson, for Thames water; Xmas 1710 0 15 0
annual payments commencing from Midsummer 1710:
Sarah Brass, housekeeper at the Queen's House at Greenwich; Xmas quarter 1710 7 10 0
Jacob Edwards, keeper of Greenwich Park 6 5 0
annual payments commencing from Michaelmas 1709:
Margaret Swintoun, widow; 1¾ years to Ladyday 1712 87 10 0
Elizabeth Peterson, widow of Peter Peterson, Assistant to the Pages of the Backstairs; Xmas quarter 1710 3 0 0
annual payments commencing from Ladyday 1707:
the Dean and Canons of Windsor, for four years' rent for a parcel of ground near the tennis-court at New Windsor to Ladyday 1711 2 10 8
annual payments commencing from Midsummer 1710:
Dr. John Turner, Minister of Greenwich, for a year's tithes of Greenwich Park to Midsummer 1711 5 2 6
annual payments commencing from Michaelmas 1710:
Hipolite de Pressac; Xmas quarter 1710 5 0 0
Marie de Rozal; same time 5 0 0
Mariane la Gendre; same time 5 0 0
Louise de Foyssac; same time 5 0 0
Isaac Malleray; same time 2 10 0
Marie de St. Mesmes; same time 2 0 0
Anne Guinebald de la Millere; same time 3 15 0
Francoise de Grandry de Bette; same time 3 15 0
Isabelle de Bacalan; same time 3 15 0
Mariane de Courst; same time 3 15 0
Blanche, Henriete and Marie de Samazan; same time 11 5 0
Marie Pechalves; same time 3 15 0
Marie le Venier; same time 3 15 0
Olimpe de Longuevergine; same time 5 0 0
Edouard and Jean Maximilian Bourdiquez; same time 7 10 0
Anne Guerin; same time 7 10 0
Marie Jancourt; same time 5 0 0
Marie de There; same time 7 10 0
Thomasse la Court Vicouse; same time 7 10 0
Pierre Balmier; same time 5 0 0
Martha Lockhart; 1½ years to Lady day 1712 150 0 0
Marie Francoise St. Paul; Xmas quarter 1710 6 5 0
annual payments commencing at Xmas 1710:
Elizabeth and Mary Boucher: 1¼ years to Ladyday 1712 50 0 0
annual payments commencing at Ladyday 1710:
Mrs. Joanna Revett; three quarters to Xmas 1710 150 0 0
annual payments commencing at Midsummer 1710:
the Governors of the School at Newmarket: half year to Xmas 1710 25 0 0
annual payments commencing at Lady day 1711:
Henry Werndley; Michaelmas quarter 1711 25 0 0
the Bishop of London, for maintaining William Henry Giraurd and John Giraurd; same time 15 0 0
annual payments commencing from Midsummer 1710:
David Morris as of the Royal Bounty; half year to Xmas 1710 10 0 0
1,133 8 2
total of the above payments 16,802l. 16s. 1d.
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:
Walter Chetwynd, Master of the Buck-hounds; by Treasury warrant of 20 April 1711 500 0 0
the same, for his extraordinary disbursements in 1709 and 1710; by like warrant of 21 June 1711 438 19 0
William Evanes, gardener to the Prince of Denmark at Greenwich, for arrears of salary from Midsummer 1706 to Xmas 1710; by like warrant of the same date 202 10 0
Charles, Duke of Southampton, to enable him to discharge an assessment on his annuity of 3,000l. per annum to the 4s. Aid for the year 1707; by like warrant of 24 July 1711 600 0 0
David de Flotard, as her Majesty's free gift, etc., at 60l. per annum for 2¼ years to Midsummer 1711, by like warrant of the same date 150 0 0
Archibald, Earl of Forfar, as a pension towards the education of his son, the Lord Archibald Wandell, at 200l. per annum from 1 May 1707 to 1 May 1711; by like warrant of 10 Sept. 1711 800 0 0
Ralph Cooke, as her Majesty's free gift, etc.; by like warrant of 1 Oct. 1711 1,000 0 0
Francis Yonge, ditto, by like warrant of 31 Jan. 1711–12 2,000 0 0
Charles Boitt, enameller, in further part of 2,000l. for a large picture of the Queen, Prince George and the Court; by like warrant of 8 Feb. 1711–12 200 0 0
John Middleton, as her Majesty's free gift, etc.; by like warrant of 10 Jan. 1711–12 1,000 0 0
John Antony and Gasper Grass, two sons of the Dean of Coire, ditto, to defray the charge of their journey to their own country; by like warrant of 21 June 1711 40 0 0
6,931 9 0
allowances by particular warrants:
Robina, Countess of Forfar, 200l.; Joanne Rivett, widow of Col. Rivett, 100l.; Capt. Robert Murray, aide de camp to the Duke of Argyle, 200l.; Capt. William Grahme, 200l.; by Treasury warrant of 7 May 1711 700 0 0
the Countess Dowager of Dalhousie, as her Majesty's free gift, etc.; by like warrant of the same date 100 0 0
John Crowne, ditto; by like warrant of 4 July 1711 25 0 0
George, Earl of Dunbarton, ditto; by like warrant of 26 July 1711 200 0 0
the Lady Charlotte Duffus, ditto; by like warrant of 11 Aug. 1711 100 0 0
Thomas Wyndham, ditto; by like warrant of 12 Sept. 1711 100 0 0
Robina, Countess of Forfar, ditto; by like warrant of 21 Sept. 1711 200 0 0
Cecilia Newberry, widow, and daughter of the late Judge Moreton, 20l.; Mary, the wife of Hugh Speke, 20l.; Thomas Cornwallis, 50l.; John Crowne, 25l.; Rebecca Bruges alias Pride, 10l.; Mary Purdon, 10l.; Edith Colledge, 20l.; Margaret Strother, to enable her to repair to her own home, 10l.; Rachel and Frances Mansell, 10l.; Margaret, Countess Dowager of Marlborough, 25l.; Jane Dickenson, 10l.; Charles Palmer, 5l.; Charlotte Ricaut, to enable her to repair to Ireland to live on the pension allowed her, 20l.; Anne Christian, 20l.; Elizabeth Gellott, 10l.; Judith North, 10l.; Elinor Conway, 10l.; Alexander Carleton, 50l. (but to be accounted for as part of the debt owing to his late wife, widow of John Bache, blacksmith in the Office of the Works); John Butts, 10l.; Anne Pugh, 10l.; Anne Whittle, to enable her to put herself in a way of living, 10l.; Sarah Bladen, 10l.; Anne and Elizabeth Wilkinson, daughters of the Lady Vane, 20l.; William Powell, 10l.; and to John Walker, a disabled lieutenant, to enable him to repair to Ireland, 20l.; by like warrant of 7 Sept. 1711 425 0 0
Joseph Hallere, as her Majesty's free gift, etc.; by like warrant of 2 Oct. 1711 200 0 0
Dame Anne Silvius, ditto; by like warrant of 5 Oct. 1711 200 0 0
William Lowen, senior, for 22 couple of stag-hounds presented by the Queen to the Prince of Hesse; by like warrant of 10 Oct. 1711 88 0 0
Lieut.-Col. Henry Killegrew, as of her Majesty's Royal Bounty, for coming express from Spain and returning with despatches; by like warrant of 20 Oct. 1711 200 0 0
William Lowen, for removing 100 head of red deer, presented to the Queen by the Duchess of Newcastle, from Houghton Park, co. Nott. to Windsor Forest; by like warrant of same date 155 10 0
Anne Kershe, widow, 10l.; and to Elizabeth Storey, to carry her to her own country, 10l.; by like warrant of 10 Oct. 1711 20 0 0
the Lady Charlotte Duffus, as of her Majesty's free gift, etc.; by like warrant of 22 Nov. 1711 100 0 0
George, Earl of Cromertie, ditto; by like warrant of 28 Nov. 1711 600 0 0
Cecilia Newbery, daughter of Judge Moreton, 20l.; Thomas Cornwallis, 50l.; John Crowne, 25l.; Rebecca Bruges alias Pride, 10l.; Margaret, Countess Dowager of Marlborough, 25l.; Jane Dickenson, 10l.; Charles Palmer, 5l.; Anne Christian, widow, 20l.; Elizabeth Gellott, 10l.; Eleanor Goddard, widow, 33l.; Margaret Black, Eleanor Conway, John Butts, Anne Pugh, Anne Kershe, widow, and William Powell, 60l.; Mary, wife of Hugh Speke, 20l.; Thomas Tagg and Bridget Mackay at 10s. each, 20l.; James Vesian (to be accounted for as part of the debt owing to him in the Cofferer's Office of King William III) 50l.; Charlotte Rycant, widow, 20l.; and to Charles Boitt, for the Queen's picture in enamel, 16l. 2s. 6d.; by like warrant of 14 Dec. 1711 404 2 6
Edith Colledge, as of her Majesty's free gift, etc.; by like warrant of 22 Dec. 1711 50 0 0
George, Earl of Dumbarton, ditto; by like warrant of 19 Dec. 1711 100 0 0
Mary Jordan, ditto; by like warrant of 20 Sept. 1711 10 0 0
Thomas Parkes, ditto; by like warrant of 24 Dec. 1711 150 0 0
Barbara Killegrew, ditto; by like warrant of 22 Dec. 1711 37 10 0
the Lady Mary Mordington and Elizabeth Newman, ditto; by like warrant of 1 Jan. 1711–12 20 0 0
Alexander Carleton (to be accounted for as part of the debt owing to his late wife, vide supra), 50l.; Margaret Strother, 5l.; and Judith North, 10l.; by like warrant of 12 Jan. 1711–12 65 0 0
William Jones, as of her Majesty's free gift, etc.; by like warrant of 17 Jan. 1711–12 300 0 0
the same, for disbursements for her Majesty's special service; by warrant of 28 Jan. 1711–12 245 0 0
Elizabeth Towers, for her bill for travelling charges, etc. as necessary woman 15 May 1711 to 24 Nov. 1711; by like warrant of 8 Feb. 1711–12 19 18 0
the Lady Charlotte Duffus and George Middleton, as of her Majesty's free gift, etc.; by like warrant of 12 Feb. 1711–12 200 0 0
Margaret Morison, ditto; by like warrant of 8 Feb. 1711–12 100 0 0
John Drummond, for so much advanced to George Gordon by the Queen's command; by like warrant of 19 Feb. 1711–12 100 0 0
John Hooke, as of her Majesty's free gift, etc.; by like warrant of 21 Feb. 1711–12 142 0 0
Henry Hoare, executor of Henry William Ludolfe, decd., as her Majesty's free gift, etc. which would have been due to the deceased had he lived to Ladyday 1712; by like warrant of 28 Feb. 1711–12 50 0 0
Capt. Daniel Hunt, as of her Majesty's free gift, etc.; by like warrant of 21 March 1711–12 15 0 0
George Middleton, ditto; by like warrant of 22 March 1711–12 200 0 0
annual allowances by particular warrants:
Mark Anthony Davessienes de Moncal and Magdalen, his wife; Xmas quarter 1710; by the Queen's warrant of 12 Oct. 1705 25 0 0
the Countess Dowager of Arlington; 1¼ years to Ladyday 1712; by like warrant of 8 July 1706 1,250 0 0
Mr. John Cairon, Minister at Wapping; Mich, quarter 1710; by like warrant of 13 Sept. 1708 10 0 0
John House, for a quarter's rent of the house where Capt. Porter lives, to Xmas 1710; by Treasury warrant of 30 Nov. 1706 15 0 0
Peter Flournoys, for the maintenance of the late Countess of Clancarty's children; Xmas quarter 1710; by the Queen's warrant of 29 Jan. 1706–7 250 0 0
Margaret Townsend, for her pension; by like warrant of 24 Feb. 1706–7 25 0 0
Charles L'Oste, Minister of the French Church at Wapping; year to Mich. 1711; by like warrant of 8 Feb. 1711–12 40 0 0
the Rev. Thomas Barclay, chaplain at Albany in New York; half year to Xmas 1710; by like warrant of 12 April 1707 25 0 0
Isaac Crocker, for his pension; Xmas quarter 1710; by like warrant of 12 Nov. 1707 3 0 0
Elizabeth Farthing, for 1¼ years' pension to Ladyday 1712; by like warrant of 27 Nov. 1707 125 0 0
William Cull, Minister of the English Church at Amsterdam, for a quarter's pension to Xmas 1710; by like warrant of 14 April 1708 25 0 0
Marmaduke Conway; same time; by like warrant of 19 June 1708 5 0 0
Michael de Monsegur, for 87 days' pension from 29 Sept. 1710 to 25 Dec. 1710; by like warrant of 19 June 1708 21 15 0
Elizabeth Winstanley, for a quarter's pension to Xmas 1710; by like warrant of 25 June 1708 25 0 0
the Corporation of Windsor, for damage in their bridge-toll and lands in building Datchett bridge; quarter to 27 Nov. 1710; by like warrant of 19 July 1708 5 0 0
John Anthony and Gasper Grass; half year to Ladyday 1711; by like warrant of 20 Aug. 1708 80 0 0
Elizabeth Killigrew; Xmas quarter 1710; by like warrant of 6 Sept. 1708 20 0 0
Timothy Poole; same time; by like warrant of 2 Oct. 1708 5 0 0
Cornelius de la Motte; half year to Xmas 1710; by like warrant of 13 June 1709 15 0 0
Francis Gronguett; 87 days, 29 Sept. to 25 Dec. 1710; by like warrant of 1 Aug. 1709 6 10 6
David, Earl of Wemys; Xmas quarter 1710; by like warrant of 8 Aug. 1709 125 0 0
Francis Rainsford; half year to Ladyday 1711; by like warrant of the same date 50 0 0
Elizabeth Doyly, widow; 1½ years to Ladyday 1712; by like warrant of 17 Oct. 1709 150 0 0
John Jones and Richard Lloyd; Xmas quarter 1710; by like warrant of 21 Sept. 1709 25 0 0
Earl of Bellomont; same time; by like warrant of 24 Aug. 1709 75 0 0
Francis Sorrell; same time; by like warrant of 12 Dec. 1709 100 0 0
Francis Hewerdine, preacher at Rotterdam; same time; by like warrant of 13 March 1709–10 20 0 0
the Lady Mary Philipps; Ladyday quarter 1711; by like warrant of 10 May 1710 37 10 0
Charlotte, Lady Lovelace; 1½ years to Ladyday 1712; by like warrant of 30 May 1710 450 0 0
Mary Pattillo; Xmas quarter 1710; by like warrant of 10 May 1710 10 0 0
Capt. Timothy Crowe; half year to Ladyday 1711; by like warrant of 14 June 1710 15 0 0
Elizabeth, Countess of Orkney, for the maintenance of the children of Col. Villiers, decd.; Xmas quarter 1710; by like warrant of 8 Feb. 1711–12 50 0 0
Mrs. Anne Villiers, widow of Col. Villiers; same time; by like warrant of 24 Oct. 1710 25 0 0
Mary, Countess Dowager of Dalhousie; three quarters to Midsummer 1711; by like warrant of 13 Dec. 1710 150 0 0
James Vernon; Xmas quarter 1710; by like warrant of 20 Jan. 1710–11 150 0 0
Francis Godfrey; same time; by like warrant of the same date 100 0 0
Mr. John Trebbeke; half year to Ladyday 1711; and George Andrew Ruperti; 1½ years to Lady-day 1712; by like warrant of the same date 350 0 0
Mrs. Mary Betterton; half year to Ladyday 1711; by like warrant of the same date 50 0 0
Mrs. Marie Lapie; Xmas quarter 1710; ditto 3 15 0
Mrs. Mary Thornycroft; 60l. per annum; 1½ years to Ladyday 1712; by like warrant of 19 Jan. 1710–11 90 0 0
Charles Churchill; Xmas quarter 1710; by like warrant of 17 Feb. 1710–11 100 0 0
Elizabeth Sewell; 14 Oct. 1710 to 25 Dec. 1710; by like warrant of 26 Feb. 1710–11 4 2
Dorothy, Lady Faulkland; half year to Midsummer 1711; by like warrant of 24 Feb. 1710–11 50 0 0
Charles Osborne, for an additional annuity; half year to Mich. 1711; by like warrant of 20 Aug. 1711 25 0 0
Charles Seymour, a groom of the Bedchamber to the late Prince George of Denmark, for his pension; half year to Xmas 1711; by like warrant of 3 Sept. 1711 200 0 0
Dr. Ralph Battell, Sub-Almoner, for the Lady Frances Keightly; 1¼ years to Ladyday 1712; by like warrant of 7 April 1707 262 10 0
Richard Hill, for the use of the Vaudois ministers 425l.; for a school at Offenback 30l.; for Monsr. Arnaud 30l.; year to Michaelmas 1710 by like warrant 20 Aug. 1711 555 0 0
the executors of James, Duke of Queensberry; half year to Mich. 1711; by Treasury warrant of 7 Aug. 1711 1,500 0 0
John, Duke of Argyle; same time; by like warrant of the same date 1,500 0 0
Maynard, Duke of Schomberg and Leinster; same time; by like warrant of the same date 500 0 0
Thomas, Earl of Pembroke; same time; by like warrant of the same date 1,500 0 0
James, Earl of Seafield; same time; by like warrant of the same date 1,500 0 0
John, Earl of Marr; same time; by like warrant of the same date 1,500 0 0
Hugh, Earl of Loudoun; same time; by the Queen's warrant of the same date 500 0 0
Guy Palmes; same time; by like warrant of the same date 500 0 0
Charles Osborne; same time; by like warrant of the same date 100 0 0
the Keeper of the Queen's Privy Purse; same time; by like warrant of the same date 500 0 0
William Brockett; same time; by like warrant of the same date 200 0 0
Rebecca, relict of Dr. Oates; same time; by like warrant of the same date 150 0 0
Samuel Johnson; same time; by like warrant of the same date 150 0 0
the collector of the tithes for Paddington, for part of the Queen's land lately made into a Wilderness at Kensington, for three quarters due at Xmas 1710, 15s.; the surveyor of the Highways for the rate charged thereon for repair of the highways for a year to Xmas 1710, 15s.; the poor of Paddington for a year to 25 May 1711, 15s.; by Treasury warrant of 12 Aug. 1707 2 5 0
this Accomptant, for services as treasurer to the late Prince of Denmark; year to Ladyday 1712 400 0 0
21,323 8
payments for fees at the Treasury and Exchequer; detailed; by Lord Treasurer's warrant of 3 Jan. 1711–12 1,181 7 4
total of the above payments by Royal or Treasury warrants 29,436l. 5s. 1¼d.
money paid as her Majesty's free gift, etc. to poor distressed French Ministers and French Protestants of the Laiety:
to Stephen Degulhou for the poor French Ministers 800 0 0
to Messrs. de la Sabliere and Gastine for the Laiety 3,200 0 0
4,000 0 0
this Accomptant, for his salary; year to Ladyday 1712 400 0 0
ordinary allowances (riding charges 45l.; auditor's fee 62l.) 107 0 0
£50,746 1
and so remains 7,026l. 17s. 1¼d.
whereof depending upon sundry persons:
on Francis Sorrell, Robert George and Thomas Strickland, on account of the lottery for the year 1710; detailed 6,297 8 6
on account to defray the incident charges of the Commissioners for building fifty churches 200 0 0
6,497 8 6
and so the Accomptant is Indebted 529 8
Declared 21 January 1713–14.

Footnotes

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