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Declared Accounts: Civil List

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Civil List

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: COFFERER OF THE HOUSEHOLD.

PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 187 [E351/1876]. No Audit Office Roll.

Francis, Earl Godolphin, Cofferer and Keeper of the Great Wardrobe of the Household.

1 October 1716 to 30 September 1717.

Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: none, the Accountant being in Surplusage nil
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer, by way of imprest:
by Privy Seal of 28 Oct. 2 George I
35,547 10
by ditto of 20 Nov. 3 George I 12,811 9
further by the same Privy Seal 42,603 6 8
other receipts nil
sales nil
total charge and receipts £90,962 6 8
Discharge. £ s. d.
Surplusage on the previous Account 18,425 3
expenses of the Household for diets and of the Stables:
bake-house
506 15
butlery and cellar 6,035 6 9
wardrobe 9,213 9
kitchen 29,363 2
purveyor's office 4,627 5 11
poultry 5,554 16
scullery 2,537 15 10½
saucery or spicery 199 13
hall and chamber 745 4 10½
stables 14,949 4
73,732 15
wages to several persons of the Household etc. 3,293 7
allowance for writing this Account 20 0 0
the Auditor's fee 30 0 0
paid to divers creditors for victuals and extraordinaries of the Household and for extraordinaries of the Stables:
the Household at St. James's, October 1716
225 16 11
ditto, ditto, November 1716 209 15
ditto, ditto, December 1716 485 19
the Stables, ditto, 1 Oct. 1716 to 31 Dec. 1716 34 15 4
the Household, ditto, January 1716–17 186 16 10½
the Naval Expedition of the King from Holland to Great Britain on his return from Hanover, January 1716–17 1,998 12 7
the Household at St. James's, February 1716–17 137 9
ditto, ditto, March 1716–17 378 19 0
the Stables, ditto, 1 Jan. 1716–17 to 31 March 1717 246 11 2
the Household ditto, April 1717 128 11 11½
provisions for the Royal Maundy at Whitehall, 18 April 1717 104 6
the Household at St. James's, May 1717 226 4 10½
wines etc. presented to the Duke of Orleans, Regent of France, in May 1717 1,904 8 7
the Household at St. Jame's, June 1717 311 4
the Stables, ditto, 1 April 1717 to 30 June 1717 56 12 3
the Household at St. James's and Hampton Court, July 1717 373 6
ditto, at Hampton Court, August 1717 484 7 8
ditto, ditto, September 1717 646 11
the Stables at St. James's and Hampton Court, 1 July 1717 to 30 Sept. 1717 331 15 7
8,472 5 7
total payments and allowances £103,973 11
and so the Accountant is in Surplusage
Declared 27 May 6 George I.
13,011 5

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: TREASURER OF THE CHAMBER.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 410, ROLL 153 [A.O.1/410/153].

Charles Bodvile, Earl of Radnor, Treasurer of the Chamber.

25 December 1716 to 25 December 1717.

Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: none, this Accountant being in Surplusage nil
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term, 3 George I,; in further part of, 50,000l. by Privy Seal of 20 June 2 George I
8,292 10 10
Easter term, 3 & 4 George I; in full of the same 11,975 5
the same term, in part of 30,000l. by Privy Seal of 10 Aug. 4 George I 9,965 19 8
Michaelmas, 4 George I, in further part of the same 11,222 16
total charge and receipts £41,456 12
Discharge. £ s. d.
Surplusage on the previous Accompt 473 1 1
wages and other annual allowances to the several Officers of the Household etc. pursuant to an Establishment under the Royal Sign Manual of 4 July 1716:
the Rev. Dr. Robert Cannon, Subalmoner, for the King's daily alms and for alms on Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and in Easter week; at 719l. per an. for 1¼ years to Xmas 1717, 898l. 15s.; and for Maundy Thursday 1717, 400l.
1,298 15 0
and to the same for the Lady Francis Keightley; same time 500 0 0
(total for Alms and Royal Bounty 1,798l. 15s.)
physicians:
Sir John Shadwell, Physitian to the King; 1¼ years to Xmas 1717
375 0 0
Dr. Tancred Robinson, another; half year from Michaelmas 1715 to Ladyday 1716 and 1¼ years from Michaelmas 1716 to Xmas 1717 525 0 0
Dr. George Lewis Tessier, Physitian to the Household; 1¼ years to Xmas 1717 250 0 0
(total for physicians 1,150l.)
apothecaries:
James Chase, Apothecary in Ordinary to the King, for sweets, etc. and in lieu of all bills; same time
200 0 0
Thomas Graham, another; same time; for physic and in lieu of bills 400 6 3
William Jones, Apothecary to the Household, in lieu of bills; same time 133 6 8
(total for apothecaries 733l. 12s. 11d.)
surgeons:
Claudius Amyand, Principal Serjeant Surgeon, in lieu of all salaries and allowances; same time
495 16 8
Ambrose Dickins, Serjeant Surgeon, ditto; same time 495 16 8
Thomas Bates, Surgeon to the Household; same time 350 0 0
(total for surgeons 1,341l. 13s. 4d.)
Officers of the Jewell Office:
James Brudnall, Master of the Jewell office; same time
62 10 0
Edward Pauncefort, Yeoman of the Jewell Office; same time 133 8 9
Edward Yardley, Groom of the Jewell Office; same time 131 15 5
Robert Sedgewick, Clerk of the Jewell Office; same time 16 13 4
(total for the Jewell Office 344l. 7s. 6d.)
William Vanhuls, Clerk of the Robes and Wardrobes, for salary and in lieu of bills 200 0 0
Officers of the Removing Wardrobe:
the Hon. Grey Maynard, Yeoman of the Removing Wardrobe; same time
287 10 0
Charles Chester Eyre, Groom of the ditto; same time 162 10 0
Thomas Taylor, another Groom, Michaelmas 1716 to 6 Nov. 1716, and Thomas Williams succeeding him to Xmas 1717 162 10 0
Kendall Heron, First Page, Charles Lucas, Second Page, and Thomas Williams and Thomas Mattocke successively Third Page 1¼ years to Xmas 1717 375 0 0
(total for the Removing Wardrobe, 987l. 10s.)
Peircy Kirke, Housekeeper at Whitehall; same time 812 10 0
Edward Browne, Under-housekeeper at St. James's Palace; and for looking after the Palace when the Court does not reside there; 1 Aug. 1714 to Ladyday 1716 190 19
Somerset English, Under-housekeeper at Hampton Court; 1¼ years, Michaelmas 1716 to Xmas 1717 400 0 0
Richard Marriot, Keeper of the Privy Lodgings and Standing Wardrobe there; same time 250 0 0
Henry Lowman, Housekeeper at Kensington; same time 125 0 0
Theodore Randue, Housekeeper of Windsor Castle; same time 400 0 0
Daniel Child, late Keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at Whitehall; same time 250 0 0
Thomas Hall, Keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at Windsor; same time 200 0 0
Thomas Hutton, Keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at St. James's; same time 137 10
the same as Underhousekeeper and Wardrobe keeper at Somerset House; same time 125 0 0
the Earl of Radnor, this Accomptant, for his Patent fee of 155l. 6s. 8d. and his established salary of 314l. 1s. 4d. per an.; same time 586 15 0
Sir John Stanley, bt., Secretary to the Chamberlain of the Household; same time 75 0 0
John Evans, Clerk to the said Chamberlain; 1 Aug. 1714 to Ladyday 1716 and 1¼ years from Michaelmas 1716 to Xmas 1717 86 19 7
the Guard of the King's Body:
the Earl of Derby, Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard; 1¼ years to Xmas 1717
1,250 0 0
Chiverton Charlton and Thomas Windham, successively Lieutenants to the Guard; same time 625 0 0
Thomas Windham and Andrew Charlton, successively Ensigns to the Guard; same time 375 0 0
William Wood, clerk of the cheque to the said Guard; same time 187 10 0
John Bigg, Francis Clerk and Thomas Whitmore, Exons, and John Capell and Solomon Ashley, successively Exons; same time 750 0 0
one hundred Yeomen of the Guard; same time 4,945 6 3
(total for the Guard of the Body 8.132l. 16s. 3d.)
eight Yeomen Ushers; same time 100 0 0
six Yeomen Hangers; same time 75 0 0
two Yeomen Bedgoers; same time 25 0 0
the Earl of Oxford, Master of the Game at New-Market; same time 75 0 0
Thomas Archer, Groom Porter; in lieu of all payments etc.; same time 687 10 0
Peter Nicols, Comptroller of the Treasurer's Accompts; 19 Nov. 1716 to Xmas 1717 164 4
Mark Anthony Saurin, Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter Assistant; 1¼ years to Xmas 1717 83 6 8
Thomas Madox, Historiographer; same time 250 0 0
Nicholas Rowe, Poet Laureat; same time 125 0 0
musicians:
John Eccles, Master of the King's Musick; same time
250 0 0
24 Musitians and an Instrument Keeper; same time 1,250 0 0
(total for musicians, 1,500l.)
John Shore, Serjeant Trumpeter; same time 125 0 0
Christopher Hill, Master of the Barges, in lieu of all allowances; same time 100 0 0
48 Watermen in Ordinary and 12 Pentionary Watermen; same time 187 10 0
ten Grooms of the Great Chamber; 1¼ years to Xmas 1717 500 0 0
Claudius Amyand, Barber in Ordinary to the King; in lieu of salary and linen; same time 212 10 0
Peter Walton, Surveyor and Keeper of the Pictures; same time 250 0 0
Sir Godfrey Kneller, bt., Principal Painter; same time 250 0 0
Joseph Antram, clockmaker and watchmaker, for his additional allowance of 100l. per an. in lieu of bills, 30 Oct. 1714 to Ladyday 1716 and for his salary etc. of 300l. per an.; 1¼ years from Michaelmas 1716 to Xmas 1717 516 7 7
Thomas Mattocke and Thomas Lambe, successively Yeomen of the Revels; 1¼ years to Xmas 1717 58 4 7
Michael Wolrich and Matthew Mounsey, Coffer-keepers; same time 68 8 9
Samuel Stubbs, rat killer; same time 60 4 2
John Turner, mole-taker; same time 10 2 1
Reuben Borer, gardener at Somerset House; same time 62 10 0
Thomas Churchill and Thomas Robinson, successively locksmiths; same time 22 16 3
John Howard, joiner of the Privy Chamber; same time 24 9 7
Thomas Brand, Embellisher of Letters; same time 75 0 0
Elizabeth Battersby, for the rent of the passage into Channell Row; same time 4 7 6
Alice Bill, herbstrewer in the Privy Lodgings; same time 30 0 0
Thomas Edwards and John Church, for the Gentlemen of the Chapel, in lieu of three deer yearly; for the year 1717 20 0 0
John Clothier, Court Drummer; 1¼ years to Xmas 1717 30 0 0
Thomas Smith, Pentionary Yeoman of the Guard; same time 18 15 0
William Sharpe and James Barbon, clerks of the checque to the Messengers 249 7 6
forty Messengers of the Chamber; same time 2250 0 0
gamekeepers:
the Duke of St. Albans, for seven Gamekeepers of Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, Richmond, Hampton Court, Cockham and Bray; 1¾ years Ladyday 1716 to Xmas 1717; with 10l. each for liveries for the year 1717
437 10 0
William Lowen, Huntsman, for himself, six servants, nine horses and thirty couple of buckhounds; year to Michaelmas 1717 600 0 0
John Hudson and three other Yeomen Prickers; same time 320 0 0
Roger Webb and John Webb, two Harbourers, finding their own horses 80 0 0
27,976 13 2
payments made upon particular Warrants:
payments under the Royal Sign Manual or by Warrants of the Lords of the Council:
Thomas Hutton, Executor to Dr. John Hutton, First and Principal Physitian to King William III for his salary at 400l. per an. for one year and 73 days to 8 March 1701–2 with 474l. for travelling charges; by the King's Warrant of 13 Sept. 1717
954 0 0
John Gauntlett, Under-keeper of the Council Records, for books and other necessaries for the Council Chamber; year to Xmas 1716; by Warrant of the Privy Council of 30 March 1717 90 0 0
the two Keepers of the Council Chamber, for herbs and other necessaries for the Council Chamber; Xmas 1715 to Xmas 1716; with 45l. for travelling charges; by like Warrant of 31 July 1717 65 0 0
Edward Dickenson, servant to the Council Chamber, for attendance; year to Xmas 1716; with 10l. for removing plate etc. to and from Hampton Court, St. James's and the Cockpit and 22l. 10s. for travelling charges; by like Warrant of same date 59 3 4
(total by Warrants as above 1,168l. 3s. 4d.)
payments for travelling charges allowed by Warrants of the Lord Chamberlain of the Household:
travelling charges to several Officers of the Household, detailed
775 19 0
payments for ordinary and extraordinary charges etc. by Warrants of the Lord Chamberlain of the Household:
John Incledon, Housekeeper of the Palace of Westminster for cleaning the said House, 25 June 1716 to 24 June 1717 and for cleaning the Court in Westminster Hall, 30 Sept. 1716 to 29 Sept. 1717
212 18 4
Dr. John Inglish, Marshal of the Ceremonies, for attendances on Foreign Ministers; 25 March 1715 to 24 March 1717 45 0 0
Sir William Oldes, Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod, for attendance in the House of Peers 44 6 8
Christopher Hill, Master of the King's Barges, for carrying the Crown to the Parliament House, etc. 337 16 9
Samuel Stubbs, Ratkiller in Ordinary, for destroying vermin; year from Michaelmas 1716 to Michaelmas 1717 62 18 0
James Kent, a Child of the Chapel Royal, whose voice is broken 20 0 0
Sir Godfrey Kneller, bt., for drawing portraits of the King for Gustavus Hume, Mr. Johnson, the Earl of Craven, Gen. Bulow, Monsieur Fabrio, the Duke of Bolton, the Duke of Kent and the Queen of Prussia, 400l.; with 30l. for office fees 430 0 0
John Howard, joiner to the Privy Chamber, for carved gilded frames for the King's pictures etc; 24 May 1715 to 7 March 1716–17 886 19 9
John Eccles, Master of the King's Musick, for pricking and fair-writing music for New Year's Day 1716–17 and for the King's Birthday 1717 22 0 0
John Walsh, Instrument-maker in Ordinary, for mending musical instruments etc., for the year 1716 17 4 0
John Holbech, clerk in the Treasury of the Chamber, for his allowance for a year to Midsummer 1717 12 0 0
John Lenton, Groom of the Chapel, for cleaning; year to Ladyday 1717 10 0 0
William Crofts, Master of the Children of the Chapel Royal, for lodgings hired for the said Children at Kingston, 30 July 1716 to 27 Oct. 1716 16 5 0
Timothy Goodwin, stationer, for printing lists of Lent Preachers etc 6 April 1716 to 21 March 1716–17 29 19 4
John Elbridge, for rent of New River water for St. James's Palace and the Stables there, two years to Xmas 1716; and for office fees 75 12 0
Andrew Trebeck for reading prayers at St. James's during the King's absence in the summer of 1717 15 0 0
the Hon. Grey Maynard, Yeoman of the Removing Wardrobe, for washing of sheets; Midsummer 1716 to Lady day 1717 13 10 10
Thomas Archer, Groom Porter, for disbursements for grates etc., for their Royal Highnesses' and the young Princesses' apartments at St. James's and Hampton Court 159 3 2
Christopher Shrider, organ-maker, for mending the organs in the Chapel at St. James's, Whitehall and Hampton Court; 1 Aug. 1715 to 1 Aug. 1716 60 0 0
John Loftus, the King's barge-builder, for mending the shallope, six oar barge and their oars, for building etc., a new eight oar barge for the King and for gilding etc., the shallope, the twelve-oar and six-oar barges 597 16 4
William Jackson, for several 'Bottom Chells and Armes' for the crystal branches in the ball-room at St. James's, etc.; 25 Dec. 1714 to 1 March 1716–17 173 7 6
Henry Churchill Administrator to Thomas Churchill, deceased, late Locksmith to the King, for locks etc.; 2 Aug. 1714 to 19 Nov. 1716 1,315 1 0
Thomas Robinson, Locksmith in Ordinary to the King, for like work 31 Dec. 1716 to 29 Sept. 1717 769 14 4
Mrs. Sarah Peach, necessary woman, for cleaning the old Council chamber, ball room and passage leading to the Chapel at St. James's; year from 1 Aug. 1716 to 1 Aug. 1717 28 0 0
Mrs. Alice Haberly, another, for cleaning the bed-chamber, little drawing room, great drawing room and Council chamber at St. James's; same time 62 9 0
Mrs. Katherine Chaddick, another, for cleaning the King's backstairs and the back stair rooms at St. James's; same time 23 0 0
Mrs. Jean Spencer, for cleaning Monsieur Hottaff's and Count de Platen's lodgings at St. James's; 25 Sept. 1714 to 17 July 1716; and for cleaning the German Chancery at St. James's; year from 1 Aug. 1716 to 1 Aug. 1717 77 0 6
Benjamin Bedford, upholsterer, for rent of his house hired for the Czar of Muscovy's Minister and for office fees; three quarters from 1 Nov. 1716 to 30 July 1717 322 10 0
John Holbech, for disbursements for lodgings at Newmarket and for office fees in 1717 162 5 8
Thomas Walker, housekeeper at New-Market, for brooms etc; three years, Oct. 1713 to Oct. 1716 10 0 0
Mrs. Anne Fatt, for sweeping chimneys at St. James's Palace; 1 Aug. 1714 to 26 Sept. 1717 88 6 2
Mrs. Martha Hinde, Executrix of William Hinde, for mats for apartments at St. James's; 29 Sept. 1714 to 31 Dec. 1715 137 19 11
John Christian Jacobi, for table cloths, napkins and psalm books for the King's private chapel at St. James's; 1 Aug. 1714 to Michaelmas 1715 41 19 0
Reuben Borrer, gardener of Somerset House, for removing rubbish etc. 12 0 0
John Evans, clerk in the Lord Chamberlain's office, for extraordinary charges; 10 July 1715 to 12 July 1716 15 12 0
the Earl of Oxford, for glasses, brass locks etc., remaining in the house at St. James's lately purchased for the King's service etc. 331 4 7
(total by warrants of the Lord Chamberlain of the Household, 6,638l. 19s. 10d.)
stationery bills allowed by warrants of the Principal Secretaries of State:
William Churchill and Edward Castle, stationers, for stationery wares delivered to Mr. Secretary Stanhopes office, 4 Oct. 1716 to 13 April 1717; and to Mr. Secretary Addison's office, 18 April 1717 to Xmas 1717
664 8 2
the same, for ditto to the office of Lord Viscount Townsend, 1 Oct. 1716 to Xmas 1716; and to that of Mr. Secretary Methuen, Xmas 1716 to 6 April 1717; and to that of the Earl of Sunderland, 15 April 1717 to Xmas 1717 650 7 1
the same, for ditto to the Office of the Duke of Roxburgh, Xmas 1716 to Xmas 1717 152 11 2
(total for stationery bills as above 1467l. 6s. 5d.)
the several messengers on their bills of service:
John Bill, Elias Chalke, George Collins, Daniel Chandler, John Cooper, Anthony Dagley, Edward Davis, Peter John De Cummin, George Fry, George Gordon, Richard Hayward, John Hutchins, Enoch Mottram, Thomas Nightingall, Peter Newlyn, John Pulleine, John Plumer, Valentine Randal, Thomas Roberts, Richard Sharman, Thomas Smith, Joseph Smith, William Squire, John Turner, John Warren, Elizabeth Draper as Executrix to Nathaniel Wilcocks, for going express, apprehending and lodging State criminals etc.
3,068 4 8
13,118 13 3
ordinary allowances: to the Lord Chief Baron 3l. 6s. 8d.; to Edward Harley for the Auditor's fee, 73l. 6s. 8d.; to this Accomptant, for office necessaries, 6l. 13s. 4d. 83 6 8
total payments and allowances £41,651 14 2
and so this Accomptant is in Surplusage
Declared 16 July 1720
195 1 10¾

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: MASTER OF THE ROBES.

PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2847 [E.351/2847]. AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2055: ROLL 40 [A.O.1/2055/40].

William, Earl Cadogan, Master of the King's Robes.

1 August 1714 to 25 March 1721.

See Volume XXIX of this Calendar, p. clxii.

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: MASTER OF THE HORSE.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1446, ROLL 29 [A.O.1/1446/29].

Conyers D'arcy and Francis Negus, Commissioners for executing the office of the Master of the Horse.

29 September 1715 to 25 March 1717.

See Volume XXX of this Calendar, p. cxci.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1447, ROLL 30 [A.O.1/1447/30].

Francis Negus, sole Commissioner for executing the office of the Master of the Horse.

25 March 1717 to 31 March 1719.

To be printed in Volume XXXII of this Calendar.

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: WORKS.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2449, ROLL 151 [A.O.1/2449/151].

Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of Works and Buildings.

31 December 1716 to 31 December 1717.

Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the Accomptant's hands upon the end of his last Accompt 16,846 13
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term, 4 George I, in further part of 40,000l by Privy Seal of 11 Oct. 3 George I
1,480 0 0
Easter term, 4 & 5 George I, in full of the same 1,515 11 9
the same term, in part of 40,000l. by Privy Seal of 12 Feb. 1717–18 4 George I 14,871 5
Michaelmas term, 5 George I, in further part of the same 826 8 10¼
18,693 5 10¾
Voluntary charge: received of John Hopson, Purveyor of the Works for materials of the Old White Building in St. James's Park 40 0 0
total charge and receipts £35,579 19
Discharge.
Payments for works and repairs at the following places:
the Tower of London:
emptions
175 5 4
carriage of provisions and rubbish 14 16 8
wages; carpenters at 2s. 6d. a day each, bricklayers at 3s. and 2s. 6d. a day each; paviors at 2s. 6d. a day each; labourers at 1s. 8d. a day each; Thomas Kynaston, clerk of the works 85l. 13s. 9d.; John Alingham, labourer in trust at 2s. 2d. a day 323 9 2
taskwork; Matthew Churchill, carpenter, for repairing St. Thomas's Tower, Broad Arrow Tower, and Salt Tower, and for work at the Governor's, Constable's and Warders' lodgings, 85l. 7s.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for work at the Governor's and Warders' lodgings, Beacham's Tower, Lyon Office, Record Office etc. 17l. 0s. 11¼d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for work at the Lyon and Record Offices, 9l. 4s. 8d.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, for Portland chimney pieces and Reigate stone hearths and for work at the Warders' lodgings and Record Office and in repairing the stonework at the Salt Tower 59l. 16s.d. 171 9
685 0
the Palace at Whitehall:
emptions
1,258 8
carriage of provisions and rubbish 223 12 8
wages; masons, bricklayers, carpenters, joiners, plaisterers, all at 2s. 6d. a day each; plumbers at ditto and a turncock at 1s. 8d. a day; labourers at 1s. 8d. a day each; George Clayfield, labourer in trust at 2s. 2d. a day; Nicholas Hawksmoor, clerk of the works, 151l. 0s. 4d. 865 12 11
taskwork; Thomas Hues, master bricklayer, for repairs at the Office of Works, Secretary's Offices, Treasurer of the Household's, Lord Almoner's, Banqueting House, Wardrobe Office, Treasury Chambers, Gentleman Usher's lodgings etc. 303l. 10s.; Benjamin Jackson, master-mason, for new Portland chimney pieces etc. at the Treasurer of the Household's, the Treasurer of the Chamber's, Lord Almoner's, King's Bake-house, and Wine Cellar, Surveyor of the Land's lodgings, Gentleman Usher's lodgings, the Secretary's Office, Spicery Office, Groom Por- ter's, Call-house etc., 105l. 12s.d.; Matthew Churchill, carpenter, for repairs at the Call-house, Laundry, Cockpit, main sewer in Scotland Yard, Spicery, Wardrobe Office, the Prince's Secretary's, Banqueting House etc. 453l. 14s. 10½d.; John Hopson, master joiner, for putting up new and repairing old wainscot, making and fixing new wainscot ‘shashes’ with frames and ‘pullies’ etc. 104l. 5s.d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, 80l. 5s.d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, 65l. 1s.d.; 1,112 10 0
rewards: John Perryar, office-keeper 42l. 6s. 6d.; George Guest, messenger, 31l.; Edward Pritchard, porter 30l. 15s.; Robert Bedoe, under-housekeeper, for opening and shutting the doors, 1l. 10s.; Anne Guest, necessary woman 7l. 10s.; Henry Wise, for care of the sluices etc. 52l.; Mansel Bennet, for care of the clock at Whitehall, 5l. 3s. 6d. 170 5 0
3,630 8
St. James's Palace:
emptions
1,218 1
carriage of provisions and rubbish 347 11 8
Joseph Carpenter, for digging a vault and well in St. James's Park, digging a drain in the stable yard etc. 18 5 2
wages; plumbers at 2s. 6d. a day each; labours at 1s. 8d. a day each 63 19 2
task work; Matthew Churchill, carpenter, for work at the King's and the Prince's and young Princesses' lodgings, King's Kitchen, Laundry, Poultry, Ewry, Scullery and Spicery etc., making a place to keep the throne from the weather, work at Baron Shute's, Lady Kilmanseg's, the Grand Marshal's and Monsieur Hatroof's lodgings etc.; relaying the nursery floor; fitting up a kitchen for the Board of Green Cloth etc., 493l. 13s.d.; John Hopson, master joiner, for work at several places, detailed, 343l. 15s.d.; Thomas Hues, master bricklayer, for ditto 471l. 15s. 11½d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for ditto 163l. 13s.d.; Benjamin Jackson, for marble chimney pieces etc. and for work at several places, detailed 225l. 10s.; Thomas Highmore, Serjeant painter, for painting up the coach house doors etc., 78l. 4s. 8d. 1,776 13 5
rewards: Edward Brown, under housekeeper, for opening and shutting the doors 1l. 10s.; Mansel Bennet, for care of the clocks 8l. 10s.; Thomas Woodstock, watchman, 45l. 12s. 6d.; George Clayfield for horse and water cart 30l. 2s. 6d. 85 15 0
3,510 5
the Palace at Westminster:
emptions
414 14
carriage of provisions and rubbish 64 3 0
wages; masons, joiners, carpenters at 2s. 6d. a day each, 4 10 0
taskwork: David Lance, master plaisterer, for repairs over the Throne at the House of Lords and elsewhere, detailed 10l. 1s. 0d.; Matthew Churchill, for mending the planking and driving two new piles at the Bridge, covering a drain, repairing weather boarding in the Gallery of the House of Lords, work at the scaffold in Westminster Hall etc. 134l. 4s. 4d.; Thomas Hues, for work at the House of Lords and in the Record Office and in laying a hearth in the Painted Chamber 43l. 18s. 3d.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, for chimney pieces etc., 5l. 13s.d.; Joseph Jolly, master pavior, for ‘old ragg paving’, etc., 149l. 3s. 4d. 343 0
rewards: Thomas Smith, housekeeper to the House of Commons, for pumping the water etc., 11l. 7s.; Robert Webb, labourer, for cleansing etc., at the House of Lords, 41l. 13s. 6d.; Richard Neagle, labourer in trust, 19l. 12s. 2d. 72 12 8
899 0 2
Denmark House:
emptions
261 12 4
carriage of rubbish etc. 50 13 8
wages; carpenters at 2s. 6d. a day each, labourers at 1s. 8d. each, labourer in trust at 2s. 2d. a day; Thomas Kynaston, clerk of the works, 86l. 14s. 3d. 201 14 3
taskwork: Matthew Churchill, carpenter, for work at the Lord Paulet's and the Marquis of Miremont's apartments, at Mr. Bowen's, Mr. Killigrew's, Madame Dalhousie's and the housekeeper's lodgings etc., 102l. 4s. 1d.; Thomas Hues, bricklayer, for work at several lodgings (the Lord Paulet's, Mrs. Lockhart's, the Marquis of Miremont's, Madam Malow's, Sir William Saunderson's, the Bishop of London's) and elsewhere 296l. 9s.d.; John Hopson, master joiner, for work in turning a door, repairing wainscoting, putting up new ‘shash’ frames, etc., 14l. 17s. 11d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for work at several lodgings etc., 55l. 7s. 11½d.; Joseph Jolly and John Mist, paviors, for new pebble paving etc., 53l. 6s. 2d.; Thomas Highmore, Serjeant painter, for work at the coach-houses, 8l. 0s. 8d.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, for work and for Portland stone and Purbeck paving, 51l. 17s.d. 582 3 11½
rewards: Thomas Hutton, housekeeper, 1l. 10s.; Mansel Bennet, clockmaker, 6l. 11s. 6d.; the New River Water Company, 26l. 34 1 6
1,130 5
Winchester:
Matthew Churchill, carpenter, for mending fences, etc., 28l. 5s. 5d.; Leonard Woodeson, clerk of the works, for wages, 41l. 1s. 3d.; for emptions 21l. 4s. and for a labourer in trust 39l. 10s. 10d.
130 1 6
Newmarket House:
emptions
155 17
wages: Andrew Jelfe, clerk of the works 167l. 0s. 5d.; a labourer in trust at 2s. 2d. a day, 39l. 10s. 10d. 206 11 3
carriage of rubbish etc. 44 13 4
taskwork: Benjamin Jackson, master mason, for fire stone for the bottom of a new oven at the Lord Chamberlain's, 1l. 2s.; Thomas Hues, master bricklayer, for repairs 40l. 12s.d.; William Sandiver, carpenter, for work at the King's apartments and Lord Chamberlain's lodgings and in repairing the fence to the horse course etc., 62l. 12s.d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for work 9l. 11s. 10½d. 113 18
521 0
Hampton Court Palace:
emptions
1,070 16 11
Stephen South, for carriage of pro- visions and rubbish etc. 257 0
Charles Fisher, for land and water carriage of timber etc., digging the foundations at Feltham Bridge etc. 179 12
taskwork: John Hopson, master joiner, for repairs etc., in several places, detailed 33l. 5s.d.; Thomas Hues, master bricklayer, for ditto, 325l. 5s.d.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, for ditto, 119l. 18s. 11d.; Matthew Churchill, carpenter, for ditto, 345l. 12s. 10¾d.; David Lance, ditto, 35l. 4s. 1d.; Robert Wetherhelt, plaisterer, ditto, 31l. 4s. 5d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for painting the posts and rails round ‘the Green Arbial Walk’ and other work, 62l. 13s.d. 953 4 11¼
wages: labourers at 1s. 8d. a day each, joiners, carpenters, bricklayers, masons and plumbers at 2s. 6d. a day each; Thomas Fort, clerk of the works, 90l. 0s. 5d.; Alexander Fort, labourer in trust 133l. 10s. 1d. 692 19 9
rewards: Somerset English, housekeeper, for opening the door of the lodgings and the meadow gates 4l. 10s.; Richard Marriot, keeper of the privy lodgings 1l. 10s.; Joseph Carpenter, for repairing the high road from Kingston, 192l. 2s. 6d.; John Pluckington, for water-carriage 3l. 0s. 6d. 201 3 0
3,354 17
Hampton Court Gardens:
emptions
77 15
Thomas Fort, clerk of the works, for his pay and travelling charges 30 5 0
taskwork: Benjamin Jackson, master mason, for work done at the parapet wall in the Fountain Garden and repairs in several places, detailed, 81l. 17s. 10¾d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for painting in several places, detailed, 98l. 7s. 11d.; Edward Loton, carpenter, for repairing the espalier fence 44l. 3s. 1d.; Matthew Churchill, carpenter, for work 43l. 1s. 10d.; Thomas Hues, master bricklayer, for work to carry off the water from the cistern in the kitchen garden 16l. 16s.d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for work, 7l. 16s.d.; Henry Wise and Joseph Carpenter, for trees, flowers, plants etc., and for digging etc., 167l. 1s. 9d. 459 4 10¾
Thomas Simpson, for mending the river banks etc. 42 6 4
609 11 11¼
the House at Kensington:
emptions
748 18 10¾
carriage of provisions 42 12 0
William Edge, for cleansing gutters etc. 86 6 8
wages; joiners at 2s. 6d. a day each; plumbers at 2s. 10d. a day each; labourers at 1s. 8d. a day each; labourer in trust, at 2s. 2d. a day, 40l. 10s. 4d.; Henry Joynes, clerk of the Works, 222l. 6s. 10d. 326 7 0
taskwork: Matthew Churchill, carpenter, for work in several places, making two whole deal doors in the wall above the portico and a pair of gates going into the flower garden, 113l. 9s. 11d.; Thomas Hues, master bricklayer, for repairing tiling, raising a parapet wall etc., 419l. 14s. 10¼d.; John Hopson, master joiner, for sundry repairs etc., 184l. 6s.d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, 19l. 10s. 10½d.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, for Marble and Portland stone etc., 84l. 15s. 3d. 821 17
rewards: Edward Arnold, underhousekeeper, for opening doors etc.; Mansel Bennet, for care of the clocks; Joseph Carpenter, for men and teams employed in levelling the road from Hyde Park Corner to Kensington and raising the road etc., 208l. 18s. 8d. 215 0 8
2,241 2 11¼
Kensington Gardens:
emptions
323 6
Deborah Reading, for carriage of provisions 6 8 0
Henry Joynes, for keeping the Garden Accompt 18 5 0
taskwork: Matthew Churchill, carpenter, for work, 51l. 13s.d.; Thomas Hues, master bricklayer, for pulling down the old and raising a new wall next the paddock, repairing tiling etc., 328l. 1s. 11¼d.; John Hopson, master joiner, for repairing etc., wainscot at the Garden house, 15l. 6s. 7d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for work at the garden house next the Town, 9l. 6s. 6d.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, for work and for Portland and Purbeck stone etc., 183l. 6s.d.; Henry Wise and Joseph Carpenter, for cleansing drains etc., 124l. 1s. 8d.; William Smith and Joseph Carpenter, for Dutch box edgings in the room of decayed border boards, 16l. 3s. 727 19
1,075 18
Windsor Castle:
emptions
405 6
John Baily, for carriage of provisions and rubbish 31 0 3
Thomas Rowland, clerk of the works and a labourer in trust 139 1 4
taskwork: John Forster and Charles Windsor, bricklayers, for work in several places, detailed, 168l. 15s. 6d.; John Woodruff, mason, for repairs etc., letting down men from the top of the Castle to cut weeds out of the wall, pointing and flinting the same etc., 152l. 16s. 10d.; Thomas Sawyer, carpenter, for repairing the fence of the Maestricht plantation etc., 45l. 3s. 6d.; Thomas Howard, carpenter, for repairs 73l. 17s. 4d.; Thomas Fort, joiner, for ditto, 59l. 13s. 6d.; John Eldridge, painter, 18l. 17s.d. 519 3 10½
rewards: Arnold Thompson, for labourers to carry away rubbish etc., 99l. 5s. 10d.; Mansel Bennet, for care of the clock and for several new movements therein, 10l. 12s. 6d.; Henry Wise, for care of the slopes, courtyard, walks and plantations etc., and for constant wages of a molecatcher, 164l. 5s. 274 3 4
1368 15
the Mews at Charing Cross:
emptions
247 18
Deborah Reding, for carriage of rubbish etc. 119 7 6
Thomas Ripley, clerk of the works, and for a labourer in trust 116 15 1
taskwork: Matthew Churchill, carpenter, for work at the stables etc., and at Col. Hawley's and other lodgings, 362l. 16s.d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for work at the stables and several lodgings, 98l. 7s. 9d.; Thomas Hues, master bricklayer, for repairing walls and tiling at the stables etc., and several lodgings, 455l. 15s. 5d.; John Hopson, master joiner, for work at Col. Hawley's and at Col. Bartlet's, the Gentleman of the Horse's lodgings, 43l. 5s. 11¾d.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, for Portland and Reigate stone and for work at Col. Hawley's and Col. Bartlet's lodgings, 33l. 1s. 3d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for work at the coachhouses and stables, 26l. 9s. 4d.; Joseph Jolly and John Mist, paviors, for repairing holes etc., 25l. 12s. 2d. 1,045 8
1,529 9
Savoy:
emptions:
37 5
Deborah Reding, for carriage of provisions and rubbish and cleansing of drains 11 1 8
Thomas Ripley, labourer in trust, at 2s. 2d. a day, 39l. 10s. 10d. and for necessaries, 6l. 10s. 6d. 46 1 4
taskwork:
Matthew Churchill, carpenter, for work, etc. at the barracks, 25l. 19s. 10d.; Thomas Hues, master bricklayer, for repairing chimneys, etc. at the barracks, 48l. 10s. 9d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for repairs there, 3l. 8s.
77 18 7
172 7
(total for works and repairs as above 20,858l. 5s. 11¼d.)
payments for Extraordinary Works:
for rebuilding the Office of Works at Whitehall:
Thomas Hues, master bricklayer, 192l. 4s. 1d.; Matthew Churchill, carpenter, 162l. 8s.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, 50l. 11s. 11½d.; Ann Brown, for slater's wares, 10l. 7s. 10½d.; Joseph Roberts, serjeant plumber, 87l. 14s. 10½d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, 41l. 18s.d.; John Ireland, master glazier, 13l. 18s. 9d.; John Hopson, master joiner, 142l. 9s. 2d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, 25l. 9s.d.; Richard Fransum, for ironmonger's wares, 21l. 1s. 9d.; Robert Mann, for woollen-drapery wares, 18l.; Thomas Collinson, for upholsterer's wares, 9l. 14s. 6d.; Thomas Pershouse, for smith's wares etc., 23l. 9s. 8d.
799 8
repairs at the King's Barber's lodgings:
Thomas Hues, master bricklayer, 58l. 3s. 4d.; John Hopson, joiner, 15l. 10s. 11d.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, 9l. 2s. 7d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, 11l. 15s. 1d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, 17l. 6s. 4d.; Richard Fransum, for ironmonger's wares, 9l. 4s. 2d.
121 2 5
the Mews or Stableyard at St. James's:
Thomas Hues, master bricklayer, 600l. 1s.d.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, 166l. 0s.d.; Joseph Roberts, serjeant plumber, 112l. 9s.d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, 16l. 10s. 7d.; Matthew Churchill, carpenter, 519l. 12s. 10½d.; Ann Brown, for slater's wares, 1l. 6s. 1d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, 22l. 10s.; Richard Fransum, for ironmonger's wares, 30l. 2s.; John Hopson, master joiner, 43l. 5s. 10½d.; Thomas Pershouse, for smith's wares etc., 51l. 0s.d.; Joseph Jolly and John Mist, paviors, 130l. 4s. 10d.; Grimlin Gibbons, for carved work, 3l. 15s.; John Ireland, master glazier, 15l. 14s.d.; Deborah Reding, for digging foundations etc., 31l. 14s. 4d.; Joseph Carpenter, for men and teams employed in digging and cartage etc., 27l. 6s. 8d.
1,771 14 6
erecting an engine house at St. James's:
for erecting a house with necessary accommodation for an engine keeper and for carrying up party walls quite through the roof of St. James's House; Deborah Reding, for digging the foundation, 3l. 15s.; Thomas Hues, for brickwork, 157l. 10s. 11d.; Ann Brown for slater's wares, 1l.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, 82s. 2s.; Matthew Churchil, carpenter, 126l. 18s. 5d.; David Lance, for plaisterer's work, 5l. 6s. 11d.; Thomas Pershouse, for smith's wares etc., 6l. 10s.d.; Richard Fransum, for iron monger's wares, 3l. 19s. 10d.; John Ireland, for glazier's wares, 2l. 15s.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, 18l. 13s. 4d.; Joseph Roberts, for plumber's wares etc., 50l. 12s.d.; John Rowley, for several engines, pipes and screws 198l. 10s.
663 14 6
the Duchess of Minister's lodgings:
John Hopson, master joiner, for making a ‘right wainscot parquetted floor’ at the Duchess's bedchamber
40 3 8
extraordinary work at St. James's:
building a new ‘confectionary’, repairing the porter's lodge and making a new pair of great gates at the entrance into the Palace on the West side; Deborah Reding for digging foundations etc., 8l. 10s. 4d.; Thomas Hues, master bricklayer, 111l. 17s.d.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, 30l. 17s.d.; Joseph Roberts, serjeant plumber, 83l. 17s. 9d.; David Lance, for plaisterer's work, 19l. 8s.d.; John Hopson, master joiner, 55l. 15s.d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, 3l. 0s. 8d.; Richard Fransum, for ironmonger's wares, 10l. 4s. 7d.; John Ireland, for glazier's wares etc., 4l. 1s.d.; Thomas Pershouse, for smith's wares, etc., 13l. 18s.d.; Matthew Churchill, carpenter, 76l. 10s.d.
418 7 10
the Prince's Council Chamber at Denmark House:
Matthew Churchill, carpenter, 6l. 12s. 3d.; David Lance, for plaisterer's work, 4l. 3s. 5d.; John Hopson, master joiner, 38l. 11s. 6d.; John Ireland, for glazier's wares, etc., 2l. 7s. 6d.; Thomas Highmore, for painting 8l. 10s. 6d.; Thomas Pershouse, for smith's wares etc., 1l. 4s. 9d.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, 6l. 18s. 7d.; Richard Fransum, for ironmonger's wares, 6l. 19s. 11d.
75 8 5
Kensington Palace:
rebuilding the King's Privy Chamber, making the backstairs convenient, removing the King's stool, making alterations in the room next the Great Bedchamber and rebuilding the water tower; Thomas Hues, bricklayer, 370l. 4s.d.; Matthew Churchill, carpenter, 183l. 2s.d.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, 89l. 9s.d.; Richard Fransum, for iron monger's wares, 9l. 7s. 8d.; Thomas Pershouse, for smith's wares, etc., 5l. 12s.d.; Deborah Reding, for carriage of provisions, 9l. 8s.; John Hopson, purveyor, for deals, 15l. 4s.; David Lance, for plaisterer's work, 1l. 3s. 7d.; John Hopson, master joiner, 98l. 6s.d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, 3l. 3s. 9d.; Joseph Roberts, for plumber's wares, etc., 128l. 1s.d.; Grimlin Gibbons, for carver's work 16l. 11s.d.; John Rowley, for a large engine, 90l.
1,019 13 10½
the King's Gallery etc., at Kensington Palace:
new laying a floor in the King's Gallery, fitting up two rooms for the pages of the backstairs and making two partitions; Matthew Churchill, carpenter, 50l. 4s.d.; Richard Fransum, for ironmonger's wares, 1l. 2s. 7d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, 3l. 8s. 0d.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason 3l. 0s. 1d.; John Hopson, master joiner, 21l. 8s. 4d.
79 3
the Mews at Charing Cross:
sundry repairs to the Stables and Offices belonging to the Master of the Horse; Thomas Hues, master bricklayer, 213l. 8s.d.; Joseph Jolly and John Mist, paviors, for new Flanders brick paving, 30l. 5s. 6d.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, 30l. 3s. 9d.; David Lance, for plaisterer's work, 54l. 1s.d.; John Hopson, master joiner, 59l. 2s.d.; Thomas Pershouse, for smith's wares etc., 17l. 8s. 11¾d.; Joseph Roberts, for plumber's wares etc., 38l. 7s.d.; John Ireland, for glazier's wares etc., 14l. 16s.d.; Matthew Churchill, carpenter, 246l. 9s.d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, 21l. 18s. 8d.; Richard Fransum, for ironmonger's wares, 7l. 2s. 10d.
733 5
(total for extraordinary works as above, 5,722l. 1s. 11½d.)
£ s. d.
wages and entertainments of the Officers etc. of the Works:
Sir Christopher Wren, Surveyor of the Works; 365 days to 31 Dec., 1717
320 5 10
Sir John Vanbrugh, Comptroller, for the time of this Accompt and as Surveyor of the Gardens and Waters 558 3 4
Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the Works, for his entertainment and for a clerk's wages; 365 days to 31 Dec. 1717 149 0 10
William Watkins, Surveyor of the King's Private Roads; three quarters to 31 Dec., 1717. 150 0 0
Benjamin Jackson, master mason; same time 116 14 4
John Mercer, clerk engrosser of the ledger books; 219 days to 7 Aug., 1717; Edward Wadeson, succeeding him; 146 days to 31 Dec., 1717; and for his extraordinary salary for the same time 78 4 6
John Hopson, Purveyor; year to 31 Dec., 1717 65 7 11
John Hopson, master joiner; same time 27 7 6
David Lance, master plaisterer; same time 36 10 0
Thomas Hues, master bricklayer; same time 36 10 0
Nicholas Hawksmere, Secretary to the Board of Works; same time. 100 0 0
Andrew Jelfe, clerk itinerant; same time 50 0 0
Leonard Woodeson, clerk to the Board; same time 45 12 6
Thomas Kynaston, clerk to the Comptroller; same time 45 12 6
1,779 9 3
travelling charges; detailed 201 11 2
fees and other allowances, detailed, including 140l. to Edward Harley for the Auditor's fee 248 10 0
(total for wages etc, travelling charges and fees as above, 2,229l. 10s. 5d. (fn. 1) )
money paid pursuant to special Warrants etc.:
Robert Bedoe, for cleansing the Street before Whitehall, by virtue of a warrant of the Prince of Wales as Guardian of the Kingdom, 25 Aug. 1716
100 0 0
Alexander Carlton, paid in part of a debt from King William III in right of his wife, relict of William Bache, late blacksmith to the said King 111 8 6
Henry Wise and Joseph Carpenter, for keeping the gardens and plantations 2,960 0 0
Charles Dartiquenave, this Accomptant, for his additional allowance 100 0 0
Exchequer fees 67 10 0
(total under special warrants 3,271l. 8s. 6d.)
total payments and allowances £32,148 16
and so the Accomptant is Indebted
Declared 16 July 1720
3,431 2

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: WINDSOR FOREST, BUSHY PARK AND HYDE PARK.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2480, ROLL 281 [A.O.1/2480/281].

Edward Young, late Surveyor General of the King's Woods.

Repairs in 1717 and 1718.

Charge £ s. d.
Arears: none, this being the Accountant's first and only Account of this service nil
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Easter term, 3 and 4 George I, upon account, for repairing bridges etc., in Windsor Forest; by General Letters Patent of 14 Aug. 1714, 1 George I
1,000 0 0
Michaelmas term 4 George I, ditto, for expenses in Bushy Park at Hampton Court; by ditto 576 0 0
the same term, ditto, for expenses in Windsor Forest; by ditto 253 3 0
Easter term, 4 & 5 George I, ditto, for expenses in Bushy Park and Hyde Park; by ditto 567 8 0
Easter term, 5 & 6 George I, ditto, for repairs in Hyde Park; by ditto 366 17 0
Michaelmas term, 6 George I, ditto, for ditto 85 18 0
total charge and receipts £2,849 6 0
Discharge £ s. d.
Payments to sundry artificers, etc., for work and materials, detailed:
in Windsor Forest:
John Hughes, for drains and bridges and for posts to shew the way to the bridges
308 4 2
the same, for levying the roads, filling up holes, mowing heath, making passages over the bogs etc. 605 2 7
the same, for his daily attendance 27 0 0
John Foster for making a new drain and mending two others, and Arthur West, for making a new wood bridge 8 9 4
(total for work by orders of the Lord Warden of Windsor Forest 948l. 16s. 1d.)
Edward Loton, for carriage of posts etc., out of Hasal and Hackness Wood 153 8 0
the same, for paling etc. 193 0 0
1,295 4 1
(total for carriage and materials etc., 346l. 8s.)
in Bushy Park:
Edward Loton, for necessary repairs
331 4 2
the same, for paling etc. 566 17
the same, for posts and rails at the head of the canal 37 15 10
John Spicer, for carpenter's work and materials 36 3 10
972 1
in Hyde Park:
Edward Loton, for roofing, flooring, racks etc; for a carpenter at 2s. 6d. a day; for a new pair of gates and posts etc.; for two pair of great gates framed out of oak; and for repairing the fences of the paddock
238 8 2
John Prince, for brickwork etc.; for a bricklayer at 3s. a day and a labourer at 1s. 10d. a day; for pantile laths etc. 181 14
Joseph Carpenter, for brickwork, etc.; for a bricklayer at 3s. a day and a labourer at 2s. a day; and for levelling under the wall, digging drains, etc. 155 14 8
Thomas Debell, bricklayer, for repairing the park wall near Tyburn, at Bays Watering etc. 8 2 0
William Rothwell, for smith's work about the gates 6 17 10½
Edward Eyre, for plumber's work ditto 0 14 10¾
Daniel Bray, for painting 160 yards three times in oil 4 13 4
596 5
Treasury and Exchequer fees, detailed 95 0 6
Thomas Foley, for the Auditor's fee 20 0 0
115 0 6
total payments and allowances £2,978 11
and so the said Surveyor is in Surplusage
Declared 2 July 1731.
129 5

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: GREAT WARDROBE.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2369, ROLL 148 [A.O.1/2369/148].

John, Duke of Montague, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe.

Michaelmas 1716 to Michaelmas 1717.

Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining at the foot of the preceding Account, none, because in Surplusage nil
Receipts: Money had out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term, 3 George I, in full of 10,000l. by Privy Seal of 18 Sept. 3 George I
3,367 1
the same term, in part of 30,000l. by Privy Seal of 31 Oct. 3 George I 12,077 5
Easter term, 3 & 4 George I, in further part of the same 14,648 6 10
total charge and receipts £30,092 14 0
Discharge.
Surplusage on the last Account 70,933 7
money paid for goods delivered and work done for the service of the Great Wardrobe, detailed, within the time of this Account:
David Bosanquet, merchant, for blue Genoa velvet to guard the liveries of the 100 Yeomen of the Guard and 40 Yeomen Warders of the Tower and for 140 bonnets (galericulis) of black Genoa velvet; for blue Genoa velvet for the four Drummers of the Household; for crimson, blue and purple Genoa velvet for a canopy, banner, cushions and a long kneeling stool in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle; for caps (pileis) of black Genoa velvet for twelve Pensioner Watermen for the years 1716 and 1717; and for the King's Bargemaster and 48 Watermen for 1717; for blue Genoa velvet to guard the liveries of the ten Children of the Chapel Royal for the same year; for crimson Genoa damask and velvet for the First Troop of Horse and Grenadier Guards and the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards under the command of the Marquess of Winchester; for blue Genoa velvet to guard the livery for Samuel Stubs, Ratkiller, for 1717; for seven caps of black Genoa velvet for the seven Buglers of the First Regiment of Foot Guards; for crimson Genoa velvet and damask for the new eight oared Royal barge
1,520 6 9
William Barnsley, packer, for rich crimson-in-grain cloth for coats and blue serge for lining the same for the twelve Pensioner Watermen; for the like for the liveries of the four Drummers of the Household and for four drum cases; and for the liveries of the 100 yeomen of the Guard and 40 Yeoman Warders for 1717; and for Coats for the King's Bargemaster and 48 Watermen for the same year; and for liveries and out-door coats of the ten Children of the Chapel Royal for the same year; and for liveries of the nine trumpeters and a kettle drummer of the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards under the command of the Marquess of Winchester; and for the coat of Samuel Stubs, Ratkiller, for 1717; and for many coloured cloth for gowns for the 57 poor men of the Royal Maundy; and for crimsonin-grain cloth and blue serge for the liveries of the seven Buglers (Sambucinorum) of the First Regiment of Foot Guards, and for coats, waist coats and breeches for the undergamekeepers at Newmarket, and for liveries of the 12 Pensioner Watermen, and for Alice Bill, Herbstrewer, for 1717 1,298 14 9
Richard Chamberlain and partner, mercers, for silk interwoven with gold and for purple taffeta for a canopy of state, cushions and a kneeling stool in St. George's Chapel, Windsor; and for furniture for the bedchambers at St. James's; and for Genoa velvet and taffeta for investing Thomas, Earl of Hadington, Knight of the Thistle 389 6 0
John Johnson and company, mercers, for silk for the bedchambers at St. James's, Kensington, Hampton Court and for the Chapel at Windsor and for seven banners for the Horse and Grenadier Guards 521 4 0
Charles Matthews, laceman, for fringe and gold lace for enriching the liveries of the four Drummers of the Household; for the like for the King's stall in the Chapel at Windsor; for fringe for the liveries of the 100 Yeomen of the Guard and 40 Yeomen Warders and the 10 Children of the Chapel Royal; and for Thomas, Earl of Hadington, Knight of the Thistle, the Kings four troops of Horse Guards and two Grenadier troops, the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards under the command of the Marquess of Winchester and otherwise for the Kings service 1,662 7 6
William Weeks, laceman, for lace, borders, fringes and other laceman's wares for furnishing the bedchambers 478 10
John Hassel, laceman, for gold fringe; as for Charles Matthews above 811 17 9
Stephen Toulouse, embroiderer, for embroidering a rich wallet with the King's Arms for the Duke of Kingston, Lord Privy Seal; for embroidering 140 coats, front and back, with the initials G.R. together with roses, thistles, crowns etc., for the Yeomen of the Guard and Yeomen Warders, for the year 1717; and for embroidering banners and coats for the four troops of Horse Guards, the Horse Grenadier Guards, and the Kings Royal Regiment of Horse Guards under the command of the Marquess of Winchester, and a banner in the Chapel Royal at Windsor and four coats and drum cases for the Drummers of the Household; and for manifold embroidering for Thomas Earl of Hadington, Knight of the Thistle, for the King's new eight-oared barge, and for Samuel Stubs, Ratkiller, for 1717 1,290 14 0
John Robinson, linen draper, for holland, cambric and cotton for the Kings Majesty, for the Children of the Chapel Royal, for the King's Bargemaster, for the Watermen, for the Royal Almoner and for the Chapel Royal at Hampton Court 90 12 11¼
Joseph Windham, linen draper, for the like wares 827 9
Robert Petre, tailor (scissori) for coats, breeches and liveries, and for small items, for the Footmen, the Yeomen of the Guard and the Children of the Chapel Royal 226 4 11
Robert Graham, tailor (scissori) for liveries, coats and breeches for the above 163 6 1
William Dixon, for 40 liveries for the Yeomen Warders for the year 1717 100 0 0
Mary Sedgwick, cap maker, for hats with bands for the four Drummers of the Household, the ten Children of the Chapel Royal, the nine Drummers and a Kettledrummer of the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards under the command of the Marquess of Winchester, the seven Buglers of the First Regiment of Foot Guards and the Gamekeeper at Newmarket 28 9 0
John Bee, hosier, (caligario) for hose for the Yeomen of the Guard and Yeomen Warders, the King's Bargemaster and 48 Watermen, and the ten Children of the Chapel Royal for the year 1717 and for the 57 poor men of the Royal Maundy 74 4 6
John Aird, glover, for gloves for the Yeomen of the Guard, the Yeomen Warders and the ten Children of the Chapel Royal, for the same year 54 15 0
William Haddock for fifty sword belts and 140 soldiers' belts of leather with buckles and for swords with gilt pommels for the said Yeomen and Yeomen Warders for the same year and for ten soldiers' belts of leather, studded, with gilt ribands and gold lace, for the nine Trumpeters and one Kettledrummer of the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards and seven like belts for the Buglers of the First Regiment of Horse Guards 350 14 0
William Croft, Master of the Children of the Chapel Royal, for sixty pairs of waxed shoes for the year 1717 10 10 0
Anne Colthorpe, seamstress, for lace and shirts, cuffs, collars and kerchiefs for the said Children and for making sheets and other bedlinen for the King's use 38 5 3
Edith Colledge, for lace and linen for the late King William III, payable proportionably with other like arrears 647 0 0
Thomas Phill and Jeremiah Fletcher, for beds and other articles of furniture for St. James's Palace, Kensington House, Hampton Court, and Windsor Castle, Lady Kilmansac's apartments, Mistress Schulenburgh's etc. 2,475 8
John Hibbert, upholsterer, for goods hired through Mr. Lockman by the King's order and for Grand Marshal Baron Hardenburg's apartment at St. James's 171 16 9
Richard Roberts, for chairs of state and other articles of furniture for St. James's Palace, Kensington, Somerset House and Hampton Court and for the apartments of Baron and Countess von Kilmansack, the Duchess of Munster, Mistress Schulenburgh, the Grand Marshal, M. Roberton, etc. 957 2 0
John Gumley and James Moore, Cabinet-makers, for mirrors, desks, chests etc., at St. James's, Hampton Court and Kensington 986 4 0
William Johnson, coffer-maker, for close-stools, candlesticks etc., for the Wardrobe, the Prince's apartments and Westminster Hall 201 17 6
John Pinck, Herald Painter, for two banners and shields with the emblems of the Garter to be set above the King's stall and that of George, Prince of Wales in the Chapel Royal at Windsor 73 15 0
Oliver Gearing, pike-maker, for gilt staves, belts etc., for the King's four troops of Horse Guards and two Grenadier troops and the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards under the command of the Marquess of Winchester 38 0 0
Thomas Dummer, Deputy Keeper of the Great Wardrobe, for disbursements at the Exchequer etc. 358 10 5
Francis Fox, tailor, (sartori) for his work and that of nineteen other tailors of the Great Wardrobe from Michaelmas 1716 to Michaelmas 1717 421 4 0
John Vanderbanq, arras worker, for his work and that of thirteen other arras-workers in the Wardrobe; same time; and for rent of their house in Great Queens Street 476 16 0
William Van Huls, clerk of the Great Wardrobe, for his accustomed allowance etc. 36 0 0
William Wood, clerk of the cheque, for 140 watching cloaks for the Yeomen and Yeomen Warders 140 0 0
Edward Castle and Company, stationers, for stationery etc., for use in the Removing and Great Wardrobes, and for the Chapels Royal and for Lord Willoughby, Registrar of the Order of the Garter 357 5 2
Robert Maugridge, Court Drummer, for his livery, embellished with gold lace and gold buttons and with the Royal Arms embroidered thereon 40 0 0
John Elrington, Steward, for measuring and weighing materials for the Wardrobe; year to Michaelmas 1717 65 0 0
William Holmes, for coal for the Offices in Great Queens Street and in York Buildings; and for window cleaning there; and for the yearly grant for the poor of St. Martin's in the Fields; for yearly dues for lighting and to the Collectors of the window tax and other parish dues; and for candles etc.; and for repair of the clock; from 1 Aug. 1714 to Michaelmas 1716; and for hat bands for the 140 Yeomen and Yeomen Warders; and for 57 pairs of shoes for the poor of the Royal Maundy; and for blue taffeta riband for the Kettledrummers of the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards under the command of the Marquess of Winchester; and for office-rent to Michaelmas 1717; and for his wages to that date and for his livery for 1717 441 15 1
James Kent, late a Child of the Chapel Royal, whose voice is broken; fitting out 8 19 7
Nathaniel Witham, serjeant skinner for beating and airing the King's stoles; year to Michaelmas 1717 13 6 8
Catherine Port, housemaid, for cleaning the office 21 0 0
John Sargeant, running porter, for his wage and livery 33 8 3
John King, porter, for the like 26 11 0
Christopher Hill, Master of the King's Barges, for points 9 12 0
(total of the above payments, 17,938l. 4s.d.)
Payments by Letters Patent or by Royal Sign Manual for rewards, liveries etc.:
payments by letters Patent:
John, Duke of Montagu, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe, in lieu of poundage, with 200l. for his Deputy; by Letters Patent of 5 April 4 Anne; year to Michaelmas 1717
2,200 0 0
Edmond Dummer, Clerk of the Great Wardrobe, in lieu of poundage; by ditto of 13 Jan. 1 George I 300 0 0
John Plat, Yeoman of the Leash, for his livery, due All Saints' Day 1716; by ditto of 6 March 19 Car. II 2 12 0
Le Strange Symes, Yeoman and Keeper of the Masks and Revels, for livery due Xmas 1716; by ditto of 15 May 30 Car. II 1 6 8
Edward Harrison, Child of the Leash, for his livery, due All Saints' Day 1716, by ditto, 1 July 32 Car. II 12 0 8
John Barret, Joseph Richards, William Weeket and Samuel Clarke, Exchequer Messengers, for their liveries, due Xmas 1716; by ditto of 23 Dec. 1 George I 4 16 0
Edmund Dummer, clerk of the Great Wardrobe, for his livery, due St. Andrew's Day 1716; by ditto of 13 Jan. 1 George I 30 19 8
Grimlin Gibbons mastor sculptor and wood carver, for his livery due Xmas 1716; by ditto of 3 May 1 George I 8 0 0
Sir John Vanbrugh, Comptroller of the Works, for his livery due the same time; by ditto of 24 Jan. 1 George I 8 9 4
Thomas Hughs, master bricklayer (magistro cementario in ligno) (fn. 2) for his livery due the same time; by ditto of 3 May [1 George I] 5 3 4
Benjamin Jackson, master mason (magistro cementario in lapide), for his livery due the same time; by ditto of the same day 2 2 0
(total by Letters Patent 2,575l. 9s. 8d.)
payments by Warrant:
John, Duke of Montague, for his livery due Xmas 1716; by dormant Warrant of 22 Nov. 1713, 12 Anne
106 13 4
Robert Gardner, Edward Browne, Laurence Saxon, James Sell, David Harris and William Taylor, Pages of the Bedchamber, for liveries due St. John Baptist's Day 1717; by ditto of 12 April 1715, 1 George I 280 18 0
Charles, Duke of Bolton, Lord Chamberlain of the Household, for his livery due Xmas 1716; by ditto of 13 July 1715, 1 George I 66 16 0
John Eccles, Master of the King's Musick, and twenty-three Musicians, for liveries due St. Andrew's Day 1716; by ditto of 15 Nov. 2 George I 387 0 0
Robert Hemington, William Whitmore, Joseph Ashley, and Cornelius Tilburg, Grooms of the Privy Chamber, for their liveries due All Saints' Day 1716; and four other Pages of the Presence Chamber and ten Grooms of the Great Chamber, for ditto Whitsuntide 1717; by ditto of 14 March 1715, 2 George 1 174 2 0
William Van Huls, clerk of the Robes and Wardrobes, for his livery due All Saints Day 1716; Michael Hounslief, Cook, for ditto ditto; William Johnson, coffermaker, for ditto ditto; Stephen Toulouze, embroiderer, for ditto ditto; Richard Roberts, joiner, for ditto ditto; and John Elrington, clerk of the Great Wardrobe for ditto ditto; by ditto of 15 March 1715, 2 George I 145 18 2
Claude Amyand, King's barber, for his livery, due St. John Baptist's Day 1717; Mary Lowman, laundress, for her livery due St. Andrew's Day 1716; James Moore, a Musician, for his livery ditto; John Dissel, Cook, for ditto due All Saints' Day 1716; John Hopson, Master Joiner, for ditto due Xmas 1716; by ditto of 3 July 1716, 2 George I 129 7 10
Francis Fox, Tailor of the King's Robes, for liveries due St. Andrew's Day 1714, 1715 and 1716 and All Saints' Day 1715 and 1716; and for his fee of 12d. a day from 13 Nov. 1714 to 29 Sept. 1717 by; ditto of 16 Jan. 1716–17, 3 George I 207 10 0
Nathaniel Witham, serjeant skinner, for his fee of 2s. a day from Xmas 1714 to Michaelmas 1717 and for liveries due All Saints' Day 1715 and 1716; by ditto of 16 April [1717], 3 George I 109 8 8
Thomas Holles, Duke of Newcastle, Lord Chamberlain of the Household, for his livery due forthwith; by ditto of 18 May 3 George I 66 16 0
4,249 19 8
(total by dormant Warrants 1.674l. 10s. 0d.)
customary payments to Officers of the Exchequer and the Great Wardrobe:
Robert Walpole, late Chancellor of the Exchequer, for his winter robes at Xmas 1716
14 4 0
James Stanhope, late Chancellor and Under-Treasurer, for summer and winter robes at Easter, Whitsuntide and Michaelmas 1717 20 9 4
Sir William Sympson, a Baron of the Exchequer, for winter and summer robes, Xmas 1716 and Whitsuntide 1717 12 17 4
Simon, Viscount Fanshaw, King's Remembrancer, for winter clothing, 1716 4 12 8
Leonard Thompson, Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer, for the like 2 13 4
George Wight, clerk of the Crown, for winter and summer robes, Xmas 1716 and Whitsuntide, 1717 3 5 10
Edward Harley and Thomas Foley, Auditors of the Prests, (Auditoribus de les Imprests) for winter robes, Xmas 1716 10 2 0
Sir William Ashburnham bt., a Chamberlain of the Exchequer, for winter and summer robes Xmas 1716 and Whitsuntide 1717 13 6 6
Sir Simon Steward, bt., another, for the like 13 6 6
George, Earl of Halifax, and Henry Pelham, clerks of the Exchequer, for the like 5 8 0
John, Duke of Montague, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe, for the like 15 0 0
Edmund Dummer, Clerk of the Great Wardrobe, for the like 3 11 0
John Elrington, clerk in the Office of the Great Wardrobe, for the like 2 3 4
Francis Fox, yeoman Tailor of the Great Wardrobe, for winter robes 1714, 1715 and 1716 and as Porter of the same, for summer and winter robes for the same years and a summer robe for Whitsuntide 1717 9 15 0
130 14 10
yearly payments to the officers of the Wardrobe as of old accustomed:
John Duke of Montague, Keeper: year to Michaelmas 1717
100 0 0
Edmund Dummer, Clerk: ditto 18 5 0
Francis Fox, Yeoman Tailor; at 6d. a day from 1 Aug. 1714 to Michaelmas 1717, by Privy Seal of 16 April 1716 and as Porter of the Wardrobe at 8d. a day ditto, by ditto 67 7 6
the said Edmund Dummer for his pains and for office necessaries 6 13 4
Edward Harley, for the Auditor's fee 91 6 8
283 12 6
usual allowances to this Accomptant for battelage etc. 9 12 4
total payments and allowances £93,545 10
and so this Accomptant is in Surplusage
Declared 5 September 1721.
63,452 16

Auditors' Memorandum: the said Surplusage hath arisen in this and preceding Accompts, both of this Accomptant and of Ralph, Duke of Montague, his predecessor, by allowing the whole annual expense of the office, according to the ancient method, but it does not appear how much remains unpaid, no vouchers having been produced.

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: KING'S PENSIONS.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1924, ROLL 14 [A.O.1/1924/14]

William Clayton, Paymaster of the King's Pensions and other Allowances.

20 December 1716 to 28 November 1717.

Charge £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in this Accomptant's hands upon the end of the last Accompt 1,977 0 0
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Easter term, 3 & 4 George I, in part of 15,000l. for the relief of the poor French Protestants; by Privy Seal Dormant of 29 Sept 1714 and Royal Sign Manual of 2 April 1717, 3 George I
7,500 0 0
Michaelmas term, 3 George I, in full of 50,000l. by Privy Seal of 26 Jan. 2 George I 5,041 2
the same term, in part of 50,000l. by Privy Seal of 20 Nov. 3 George I 17,989 5
Easter term 3 & 4 George I, in further part of the same 24,811 1 9
Michaelmas term, 4 George I, in further part of the same 100 0 0
(total receipts 55,441l. 9s. 11¾d.)
total charge and receipts £57,418 9 11¾
Discharge £ s. d.
Money paid by this Accomptant for the relief of the poor French Protestants:
to Capt. Degulhon for the Ministers and Converts from the Church of Rome being in Holy Orders
1,500 0 0
to Philip Menard, James Robethon, Moses Pujolas, Peter James Du Desert and R. des Clouseaux in part of 12,000l. for the other French Protestants and lay proselytes 6,000 0 0
7,500 0 0
pensions and allowances pursuant to Establishments under the Royal Sign Manual and by special Warrants:
by the Great Establishment of 18 April 1716:
the Countess Dowager of Arlington; year to 24 June 1717
1,000 0 0
Katherine Armstrong; same time 100 0 0
Mary Armstrong; same time 100 0 0
Thomas Atterbury; same time 100 0 0
John Arnold; Midsummer 1716 to 4 April 1717, (nine months, ten days) 31 1 11
Nehemiah Arnold, for Susanna Arnold; year to 24 June 1717 30 0 0
Matthias Ascough; same time 30 0 0
Mary Ashton; same time 30 0 0
Margaret Abernathy; same time 20 0 0
Mary Austen; same time 8 0 0
Sir Thomas Aleyn; same time 150 0 0
Elizabeth Aspinwall; same time 40 0 0
Richard, Earl of Bellamont; half year to Xmas 1716 150 0 0
Richard Bagot, an old soldier; year to Midsummer 1717 200 0 0
Jane Berkeley; same time 200 0 0
Rebecca Bruges alias Pride; same time 80 0 0
Theodore Belisy; same time 150 0 0
Williamina Bunce; same time 50 0 0
Deborah Birch; year to Lady Day 1717 200 0 0
Susanna Benson; year to 24 June 1717 50 0 0
Elizabeth Battell; same time 50 0 0
Richard Miller, for Brassaley's children; same time 44 0 0
Elizabeth Bedford; same time 40 0 0
Richard Bradley; 24 June 1716 to 25 May 1717 (nine months 61 days) 36 13
Anne Bing; year to 24 June 1717 40 0 0
Walter Butler; same time 30 0 0
Grissell Burghill; same time 40 0 0
John Butts; same time 30 0 0
John Button; Midsummer 1716 to 30 May 1717 (nine months 69 days) 25 9
Elizabeth Boucher; year to Midsummer 1717 20 0 0
Mary Boucher; same time 20 0 0
Elizabeth Belcher; same time 20 0 0
Martha Bastin; same time 20 0 0
Jane Bell; same time 20 0 0
Katherine Buck; same time 15 0 0
Sarah Brown; same time 11 0 0
Elizabeth Batten, widow; from the Princess; same time 10 0 0
Jeanne Guenon de Beaubuisson and Anne and Jean, her daughters; same time 100 0 0
Thomas Beverley; same time 100 0 0
Matthew Bosch; same time 100 0 0
Carsten Bockholt, valet de chambre to the late Prince George of Denmark; same time 50 0 0
Matthew Barrow, keeper of the said late Prince's plate; same time 20 0 0
John Brotherson, groom to the said late Prince; same time 15 0 0
John, Lord Colepeper, same time 600 0 0
the Countess Dowager of Cassillis; same time 200 0 0
Sir Henry Dutton Colt; same time 200 0 0
Thomas Cornwallis; same time 100 0 0
Edith Colledge; same time 150 0 0
Anne Christian; same time 60 0 0
Richard Barrow, Executor of Ursula Church; Midsummer 1716 to 1 Jan. 1716–17 (six months seven days) 20 15 4
Magdalen Cunningham; year to Midsummer 1717 30 0 0
Dorothy Colvert, Administratrix of Elizabeth Colvert; Midsummer 1716 to 23 July 1716 (29 days) 2 7 8
Anne Collins; year to Midsummer 1717 20 0 0
Marmaduke Conway; same time 20 0 0
Elinor Conway; same time 20 0 0
Thomas Chamberlaine; same time 18 0 0
Isaac Croker; same time 12 0 0
Elinor Clauson; same time 8 0 0
Edmond Chaloner, for Farquhar's children; same time 20 0 0
Stephen Cailland; same time 200 0 0
Visconte Cigala; same time 50 0 0
Agnetta Cooper; same time 200 0 0
Joanna Cutts; same time 100 0 0
Lovise de Cire; same time 30 0 0
Elie Canolle and Mary Magdalen his wife; same time 20 0 0
Anne de Cormelle; three quarters to Ladyday 1717 11 5 0
Martha Collins; year to Midsummer 1717 40 0 0
the Countess Dowager of Dalhousie; same time 200 0 0
Susanna Durell; same time 300 0 0
Jane Dummer, daughter of Edmond Dummer, late Surveyor of the Navy; same time 150 0 0
Elizabeth D'Oyley; same time 100 0 0
Dame Jane Douglas and her daughter; same time 70 0 0
Anne Duke; same time 45 12 6
John Dwyre, in lieu of 2s. a day at the Exchequer; same time 36 10 0
Hester Dawson; same time 30 0 0
Elizabeth Disney; same time 20 0 0
Anne Disney; same time 20 0 0
Jane Dickenson; same time 20 0 0
Mary de Rambure Drancourt; same time 25 0 0
Anne Eden; Midsummer 1716 to 1 May 1717 (nine months 37 days) 85 2
Bacheler De Lepinne; 1¼ years to Ladyday 1717 25 0 0
Charles, Lord Fitzwalter; year to Midsummer 1717 600 0 0
Lucius Henry, Lord Falkland; same time 400 0 0
Henry Foubert; same time 500 0 0
Anne Feilding, for herself and four brothers and sisters; same time 250 0 0
Elizabeth Farthing; same time 100 0 0
Susanna Foxton; 1¼ years to Midsummer 1717 125 0 0
Anne Fitz-Harry; year to same time 50 0 0
Rebecca Foster; same time 30 0 0
William Fachin, an old soldier; Midsummer 1716 to 22 Feb. 1716–17 (six months 59 days) 18 2 3
Rebecca Flower; year to Midsummer 1717 20 0 0
Judith Fitz Harrys; three quarters to Ladyday 1717 15 0 0
Oswald Fawne; year to Midsummer 1717 18 0 0
Martha Francis; same time 50 0 0
Susanna Farey de Mue and Catherine Farey, her niece; same time 40 0 0
Katherine Feild; 1¼ years to Michaelmas 1716 37 10 0
Mary Griffith, relict of a late Commissioner of the Salt Duties in great want; year to Midsummer 1717 300 0 0
William Grahme; same time 200 0 0
Alice Grahme, widow of Dr. Grahme; same time 150 0 0
Elizabeth Grove, widow of Bishop Grove; same time 140 0 0
Edward Godfrey; same time 100 0 0
John Gostling, clerk; same time 50 0 0
Gregory Gennini; same time 50 0 0
Bernard Gates; same time 40 0 0
Mary Grahme, widow; same time 40 0 0
the Executors of Isabella Gwillims; Midsummer 1716 to 26 Nov. 1716 (one quarter year and 58 days) 8 3
Amy Gouldsbrough; year to Midsummer 1717 20 0 0
Elizabeth Gibson; same time 15 0 0
Elinor Goddard; same time 12 0 0
Sir Rowland Gwyn; same time 400 0 0
John Gottfrid Gullman; same time 100 0 0
Daniel Guery; same time 50 0 0
Isaac Grougnet; same time 35 0 0
Anne Grimandet; same time 25 0 0
Charlotte Gousset; same time 16 0 0
Mary Anne de la Guimeniere; same time 15 0 0
Judith Hawley; same time 300 0 0
Elizabeth, Lady Hay; Ladyday 1716 to 9 Aug. 1716 (one quarter year and 46 days) 75 4
George Frederick Handell; year to Midsummer 1717 200 0 0
Col. Philip Howard; same time 200 0 0
Henrietta Howard; same time 200 0 0
James Howard, son of Col. Philip Howard; same time 120 0 0
Lucy Howard, relict of Edward Howard; same time 100 0 0
Katherine Hildsley; same time 50 0 0
Elizabeth Hyde; same time 50 0 0
Maj. Nathaniel Hill, an old soldier; same time 50 0 0
Katherine Herlackenden; same time 40 0 0
Mary Hill; same time 40 0 0
George Holder; same time 22 0 0
Sarah Hussey; 1¼ years to Midsummer 1717 25 0 0
Elizabeth Hall; year to Midsummer 1717 20 0 0
Elizabeth Harris; same time 20 0 0
Mary Hutton; year to Midsummer 1717 12 3 4
Penelope Hutton; same time 12 3 4
Ann Head; Ladyday 1716 to 19 March 1716–17 9 16
Tabitha Horton; year to Midsummer 1717 10 0 0
Thomas, Lord Howard of Effingham 800 0 0
William, Lord Hunsdon 600 0 0
Ruperta How; same time 500 0 0
John George Hugk; same time 200 0 0
James Herauld; same time 60 0 0
Margaret Humphreys; same time 30 0 0
David Harris, for Herman's children; two years to Midsummer 1717 80 0 0
Elizabeth Wood, Administratrix of Samuel Johnson, clerk; 1½ years to Midsummer 1717 450 0 0
Mary, Lady Inchiquin; year to Midsummer 1717 200 0 0
the Earl of Jersey, for his younger brother; same time 100 0 0
Dr. John Irish; 1½ years to Ladyday 1717 150 0 0
Frances Ireland; year to 24 June 1717 50 0 0
Jane Ireland; same time 50 0 0
Evert Jollyvet; same time 50 0 0
Margarett Joliffe; same time 20 0 0
Alice King; same time 100 0 0
Mary Kerr; same time 100 0 0
Mary Kirke, widow, till her son be provided for; same time 100 0 0
Abraham Kemp; same time 40 0 0
Anne Kershe; same time 20 0 0
Hamnet Kirkes; same time 100 0 0
Barbara Killegrew; same time 50 0 0
Charlotte, Lady Lovelace, for herself and son; three quarters to Midsummer 1717 300 0 0
Martha Lockhard; year to Midsummer 1717 300 0 0
Susanna Leighton; same time 100 0 0
Richard Lloyd and John Jones; same time 100 0 0
Oliver Lambert, a younger son of the late Earl of Cavan, till otherwise provided for; same time 50 0 0
Mary Lee; same time 50 0 0
Richard Longbottom; same time 50 0 0
Josina Lower; same time 20 0 0
Joanna Launce; Ladyday 1716 to 9 Oct. 1716 (half year and ten days) 5 5
Susanna Laverney; Midsummer 1716 to 31 April 1717 (three quarters and 32 days) 20 18 11¼
John Laying; year to Midsummer 1717 100 0 0
Lady Margaret Mordington; same time 20 0 0
Lady Anne Morgan; same time 200 0 0
Sarah Mathews, widow of Col. Mathews; same time 100 0 0
Frances Mackenzie and her daughters; same time 150 0 0
Sir Winwood Mowat; same time 40 0 0
Elizabeth Minshall; same time 50 0 0
Margaret Morison; same time 40 0 0
Milborne Madockes; same time 30 0 0
Elizabeth McDonnell; same time 30 0 0
Elizabeth McCraken; same time 30 0 0
Mary Marshall; same time 30 0 0
Abraham Magny; same time 50 0 0
David Morris; same time 20 0 0
Rachel, Anne and Frances Mansell; same time 30 0 0
Mary McNeal; quarter to Michaelmas 1716 5 0 0
Mary Michell; year to Midsummer 1717 20 0 0
Sarah Miller; same time 13 4 0
Margaret La Marr; same time 15 0 0
Jane Mathews; same time 100 0 0
Jane May; same time 100 0 0
Daniel Martines; same time 100 0 0
Francis Masson; same time 25 0 0
Margaret Marolles; three quarters to Ladyday 1717 18 15 0
Elizabeth de Maulevrier; same time 18 15 0
Samuel de Neuville and Mariane his wife; year to Midsummer 1717 20 0 0
John Christoff Martini, Reader of the Lutheran Chapel; same time 40 0 0
Susanna, Lady Newport; same time 200 0 0
Cicælia Newbery; same time 40 0 0
Judith North; from Midsummer 1716 to 3 Aug. 1716 (forty days) 2 3 10
Elizabeth Newman; year to Midsummer 1717 20 0 0
Hannah Nevile; year to Midsummer 1717 80 0 0
Rebecca Oates, relict of Dr. Oates; same time 300 0 0
Frances Otway; same time 10 0 0
Judith D'Offranville; same time 20 0 0
Guy Palmes, to be paid into his own hands 600 0 0
William Palmes, junior; 1¼ years to Midsummer 1717 500 0 0
Lady Mary Philipps; year to Midsummer 1717 150 0 0
Robert Paltock; same time 40 0 0
Lady Mary Prestwick; half year to Xmas 1716 20 0 0
Rowland Pearce; year to Midsummer 1717 40 0 0
Frances Plunket; year to Midsummer 1717 30 0 0
Anne Pack; same time 30 0 0
Rebecca Poulden; same time 25 0 0
Edward Purcell; same time 20 0 0
Jane Piggot; same time 20 0 0
William Powell; same time 20 0 0
Charles Palmer; same time 20 0 0
Anne Pugh; same time 20 0 0
Samuel Pack; same time 10 0 0
Christian de Plessen; same time 400 0 0
Jean Pellet; same time 50 0 0
Philip de Passac; 1¼ years to Midsummer 1717 31 5 0
Mary Pasquet; year to Midsummer 1717 20 0 0
Cicaelia Presgrave; same time 40 0 0
Mary Peates; same time 20 0 0
Dorothy Philips; same time 80 0 0
Henry Quin; same time 60 0 0
John Rowley; same time 150 0 0
Joanna Rivet; same time 100 0 0
Lieut. Col. Francis Rainsford; 1¼ years to Midsummer 1717 125 0 0
Elizabeth Ramsey; year to Midsummer 1717 100 0 0
Frances Ralegh; same time 100 0 0
Mary Robins; same time 40 0 0
Anne Richbell; same time 40 0 0
Charlotte Rycante; same time 40 0 0
Deborah Rollestone; same time 30 0 0
Magdalen Ross; same time 30 0 0
Mary Reeves; same time 60 0 0
Elizabeth Rossington; same time 30 0 0
Capt. Roger Raven; same time 27 7 6
Elizabeth Reynolds; 1¼ years to Midsummer 1717 12 10 0
Katherine Roberts; year to Midsummer 1717 10 0 0
Peter Laroche; same time 100 0 0
Jean de Rigaut; same time 25 0 0
Guillaume de Ruell; three quarters to Ladyday 1717 18 15 0
George Sayer, Vice Chamberlain to the late Queen Mary; year to Midsummer 1717 500 0 0
Sir John Sayer; same time 200 0 0
Charles Shales, for Captain Shales's daughters, in consideration of a debt owing to their father; same time 100 0 0
Margaret Swinton; same time 50 0 0
Thomas Smith, an old soldier; same time 30 0 0
Rabsey Smithsby; same time 20 0 0
Richard Sydenham; same time 20 0 0
Victoria Slingsby; same time 20 0 0
Mary Shelley; same time 41 10 0
Mary Simmons; same time 20 0 0
Elizabeth Sewell; same time 20 0 0
Elizabeth Slingsby; same time 20 0 0
Margaret Simpson; same time 15 0 0
Sarah Simpson; same time 15 0 0
Mary St. Loe; same time 10 0 0
Anne Strother; same time 10 0 0
Edward, Earl of Sandwich; year to Midsummer 1717 800 0 0
Maynard, Duke of Schonburg; same time 1,000 0 0
Godfried Steidel, porter of the Lutheran Chapel; same time 20 0 0
Mary Smidt, laundress to the late Prince George of Denmark; same time 15 0 0
Elizabeth Sherman; same time 107 10 0
George Townsend; same time 200 0 0
Margaret Townsend, widow of the late Clerk of the Wardrobe; same time 100 0 0
Dorothy Torway, late Mistress Hyde; same time 50 0 0
Mary Thornicroft; same time 60 0 0
Elizabeth Tatersall; same time 20 0 0
Windham Thompson; same time 10 0 0
Katherine Tessin; same time 10 0 0
Magdalen Thomas; same time 10 0 0
Thomas Tagg; same time 10 0 0
Marthea de Te; same time 15 0 0
Rachel Thomas; same time 60 0 0
James Vernon, senior; same time 600 0 0
Col. Villiers's children, by the hands of Lady Orkney; same time 200 0 0
Anne Villiers, widow of Col. Villiers; same time 100 0 0
the Administratrix of Alice Vaughan; 16 days from Midsummer 1716 to 10 July 1716 0 17
Elizabeth Verboon; year to Midsummer 1717 20 0 0
Jacques Vezian; same time 50 0 0
John Uvedall, by the hands of Nevile Ridley; 1¼ years to Ladyday 1717 250 0 0
George Whichcot; year to Ladyday 1717 400 0 0
Elizabeth Winstanley; year to Midsummer 1717 100 0 0
Elizabeth Wagget; same time 80 0 0
William Watson; same time 80 0 0
Elizabeth Wandesford; same time 50 0 0
Margaret Whittle; same time 40 0 0
Winifrid Whalley, widow of Col. Whaley; 1½ years to Midsummer 1717 45 0 0
Mary Walter; year to Midsummer 1717 20 0 0
Sarah Wright; same time 20 0 0
Anne and Elizabeth Wilkinson; same time 40 0 0
Jane Walter; same time 15 0 0
Anne Whittle; same time 20 0 0
John Whittell, clerk, who came over with King William; same time 26 0 0
Teresa Wroughton; same time 6 0 0
Katherine Walters; same time 5 0 0
Coort Walkeling, Substitute Privy Purse to the late Prince George of Denmark; same time 100 0 0
Richard Watts; same time 50 0 0
Margaret Watson; same time 100 0 0
Dame Katherine Walker; same time 200 0 0
Dirick Walter, junior; same time 100 0 0
Mercy Young; same time 30 0 0
Francis Young; same time 30 0 0
witnesses in the Assassination Plot against King William, viz. Capt. George Porter and Capt. Richard Fisher, at 260l. per an. each, year to Midsummer 1717; Capt. William Boys, at 156l. per an., same time; Thomas Bartram, at 78l. per an., same time; Robert Inwood, ditto, 1¾ years to Midsummer 1717; John Lunt, at 52l. per an.; year to Midsummer 1717; Edward Brown, at 26l. per an.; same time 968 10 0
Robert Cannon, Sub-almoner for Private Pensions or Charities; year to Midsummer 1717 800 0 0
the same for an Arabick Professor at Oxford and at Cambridge; same time 100 0 0
Cyprian and Paul Appia, by the hands of Dr. Hill; 1½ years to Xmas 1716 30 0 0
Thomasin Barclay, Minister of Albany in New York; three quarters to Ladyday 1717 37 10 0
the Bishop of London for a Minister in New England; half year to Xmas 1716 50 0 0
the same, for maintaining Henry and John Girard; three quarters to Ladyday 1717 45 0 0
Robert Milling, Minister of the English Church at the Hague; year to Midsummer 1717 30 0 0
Rice Evans, Minister of the English Church at Amsterdam; same time 100 0 0
John Mapletoft, Minister of the English Church at Rotterdam; 1¾ years to Xmas 1716 (fn. 3) 175 0 0
John Turner, Minister of Greenwich, in lieu of tithes for Greenwich Park; 1¾ years to Midsummer 1717 6 8
Nicholas Onley, Vicar of Westminster, in lieu of tithes for land belonging to Kensington House; two years to Midsummer 1717 9 2 0
Anthony Marie de la Croze, Vicar of Old Windsor; in lieu of tithes for lands laid into Windsor Great Park; year to Midsummer 1717 25 0 0
Samuel Croxall, Rector of Hampton Church, in lieu of tithes for lands inclosed in Hampton Court Park; same time 36 1 8
the same, as Chaplain of Hampton Court Palace; same time 50 0 0
Timothy Poole, Reader at Hampton Court Palace; same time 20 0 0
P. Gally de Gaujac, Minister of the French Church at Wapping; same time 40 0 0
Francis Hewerdine; 1¼ years to Midsummer 1717 100 0 0
Nathanaell Hough, Afternoon Preacher at Kensington; same time 20 0 0
Benjamin Power, Schoolmaster at Wapping; same time 20 0 0
John Dighton, William Clayton and Tregonwell Frampton, Trustees of the School at Newmarket, for the Schoolmaster there; same time 50 0 0
Henry Wise, Treasurer of the Charity School at Kensington, for the schoolmaster there; same time 30 0 0
Richard Reeve, Mayor, and Thomas Dawson, Vicar of New Windsor, for the schoolmaster there; same time 30 0 0
John Conradus' Werndley, for service in Switzerland; same time 100 0 0
the Mayor and Churchwardens at Windsor, for the Church and poor of New Windsor; same time 50 0 0
the same, for lands laid into the House Park; same time 50 0 0
the same, for the Corporation of Windsor, for loss in their bridge toll by building Datchet Bridge; same time 20 0 0
Timothy Poole, Ralph Rance and Daniel Ryley, Churchwardens of Hampton, for the poor of the said Parish; same time 50 0 0
the Churchwardens of Westminster, in lieu of a poor's rate formerly charged on Kensington House; same time 5 0 0
the Churchwardens of St. Margaret's, Westminster, for the poor of that parish; same time 50 0 0
the same, for the Hospital in Tuttle Fields; same time 50 0 0
James Timberlake and John Bird, Churchwardens of St. Martin's in the Fields, for the poor of the said parish, same time 100 0 0
the Churchwardens of St. James's, for the poor of the said parish; same time 50 0 0
the Churchwardens of Kensington, for the poor of that parish; same time 25 0 0
Dr. John Millington, Minister of Kensington, for tithes; same time 0 17 6
the Dean and Chapter of Windsor, in lieu of tithes; 1¾ years to Ladyday 1717 1 2 2
the Surveyors of the Highways of Paddington; year to Midsummer 1717 1 10 0
the Churchwarden of Paddington; same time 0 15 0
John Roberton, Collector of the Tithes at Paddington; same time 1 0 0
32,295 14
payments to French Refugees, persons of quality and others, by the hands of Jacob De la Motte Blagny, pursuant to another Establishment of same date:
Mary and Madelene Alix; year to Midsummer 1717
60 0 0
Abel Tassin D'Allome, who was Secretary to the late Queen Mary and afterwards to the late King William; same time 200 0 0
Elizabeth Boucher; same time 50 0 0
Judith, Benigne and Charlotte de Goisy; three quarters to Ladyday 1717 33 15 0
Anne de Boisrousseu; year to Midsummer 1717 30 0 0
Mary Boitous; same time 30 0 0
Mary Beveridge; same time 30 0 0
Edward and Maximilian Bourdigues; same time 30 0 0
Elizabeth De La Barre; three quarters to Ladyday 1717 22 10 0
Henrietta de Bellefons; year to Midsummer 1717 30 0 0
Katherine de Bourbon; same time 36 0 0
Rose Barricave; same time 25 0 0
Anne de la Borde; same time 24 0 0
Katherine Du Bac; same time 20 0 0
Susanna de Blanc; three quarters to Ladyday 1717 15 0 0
John Braguier and Katherine de Foss; year to Midsummer 1717 20 0 0
Pierre Balmier; same time 30 0 0
Judith Beconne; same time 15 0 0
Francois de Grandy de Bette; same time 15 0 0
Isabella de Bacalan; same time 15 0 0
Judith de Brugier; same time 12 0 0
Mary de Berault; three quarters and 38 days from Midsummer 1716 to 2 May 1717 25 12
Mary de Brevil; same time 12 0 0
Susanna de Bette; same time 12 0 0
Jean Bern; same time 20 0 0
Claude Dubos; same time 20 0 0
Daniell Bascoul; same time 20 0 0
Charlote Barbot; same time 30 0 0
Mary Bonnet; same time 15 0 0
Lucrece de Chavernay; same time 50 0 0
Marie Champagne; three quarters to Ladyday 1717 30 0 0
Susanna Cantiran; year to Midsummer 1717 40 0 0
Henriette de Hoult Charmois; same time 36 0 0
Hester de Civille; same time 30 0 0
Magdeline Chamier; same time 25 0 0
Marie et Susanna de Champlorier; same time 30 0 0
Madelenne de la Chenay; same time 20 0 0
Marie de la Chinay; same time 20 0 0
Margarette de la Croissette; same time 20 0 0
Marie and Katherine du Chail; same time 20 0 0
Anne Gabriell Cossard; same time 20 0 0
Marianne de Court; same time 15 0 0
Marie Jolly de Chadignac; same time 12 0 0
Anne de Cloux; same time 10 0 0
Katherine de St. Clair; same time 20 0 0
Camille Cathlet; same time 25 0 0
Marie Anne de Courie; Midsummer 1716 to 4 Sept. 1716 2 19 2
Marie de Chabane; year to Midsummer 1717 10 0 0
Marianne de Charon; same time 15 0 0
Charlotte de Dangeau; same time 100 0 0
Mark Anthoine de Vessein and Magdalen his wife; same time 100 0 0
Anne de Veil; same time 50 0 0
Claude Davesnes; same time 40 0 0
Madelaine Dornant; same time 30 0 0
Katherine de Dollon; same time 30 0 0
Elizabeth Sixte Dalhem; same time 30 0 0
Francois Dallon; same time 25 0 0
Marthe D'Offranville; same time 25 0 0
Claude Duncan; same time 20 0 0
Elizabeth Marmande Dacere; same time 20 0 0
Mary D'Ancourt; same time 20 0 0
Catherine Prat de la Devese; same time 20 0 0
Angelique Doudart; same time 12 0 0
Lovise Dagneaux; same time 15 0 0
Mary Dagneaux; same time 15 0 0
Isaac Dalais, who was Secretary to the late Queen Anne at Hanover; same time 100 0 0
Susanne, Duchess de la Force; same time 500 0 0
Mesdemoiselles de Grosmenil de Magny Dasinere, for the Society of French Gentlewomen at the Hague; same time 200 0 0
Blanche de Fournie; same time 25 0 0
Marie de la Ferriere; same time 24 0 0
Marie Benine de Francquefort; same time 20 0 0
Lovise de Foyssac; three quarters to Ladyday 1717 15 0 0
Bernardine de Falqueroles; year to 24 June 1717 12 0 0
Pierre Falaiseau; same time 200 0 0
Marie de Lisle du Gast; same time 50 0 0
Anne Daniele de Grangue and Susanne, her daughter; same time 40 0 0
Francois Guiraude; same time 40 0 0
Anne Grosvenor; same time 30 0 0
Anne de Guerin; same time 30 0 0
Marie Gacherie; same time 20 0 0
Angelique la Goux; same time 20 0 0
Mariane Anne Le Gendre; same time 20 0 0
Hester Gohin; same time 15 0 0
Benjamin Germain and Susanna his wife; same time 20 0 0
the Princess of Holstein Beck; same time 200 0 0
Charlotte Justell; same time 60 0 0
Marie Jaucour; same time 20 0 0
Marie Jouneau; same time 10 0 0
Henriette de Champagne De Juigny; same time 25 0 0
Marguirtte Joly; same time 20 0 0
Anna, Margaret, Levina and Maria, the four daughters of Amelia Keyseys; same time 24 0 0
Jeane de Bene de Louvigny; same time 40 0 0
Henerette and Marie de Lovigny, her daughters; same time 60 0 0
Marie de Lamaria; same time 30 0 0
Constance de Lamaria; same time 20 0 0
Lovise de Launay; Midsummer 1716 to 13 June 1717 (three quarters 80 days) 19 7 8
Olimpe de Longuevergne; year to Midsummer 1717 20 0 0
Margarette Loraine; same time 15 0 0
Ester and Lucrece de Longuevegne; same time 30 0 0
Jean Lardent; same time 25 0 0
Lovise du Tresor Menilambert; same time 20 0 0
Anne de Languerac; same time 50 0 0
Helena de Merancin et Marie Cornet; same time 70 0 0
Marie de Monceau, sister of the Major General de la Melioniere; same time 50 0 0
Susanna de Mollieu; same time 40 0 0
Charlotte Tallemont de Marmande; same time 40 0 0
Lovise et Amie de la Maugere; same time 30 0 0
Marie and Ester du Mont; same time 30 0 0
Henrietta Maria de la Muce; same time 30 0 0
Magdalene de la Martiniere; same time 30 0 0
Anne de Mauclere; same time 40 0 0
Susanna Culan de St. Mesme; same time 20 0 0
Francois, Jean, Katherine and Margaret Marioge; same time 20 0 0
Charlotte Monguion; same time 15 0 0
Anne Gabriell de Montmillan; same time 15 0 0
Anne Guinebaut de la Milliere; same time 15 0 0
Michael de Monsegur; same time 15 0 0
Susanna de Maroles; same time 12 0 0
Jane Moucharde; same time 12 0 0
Isaac de Malray; same time 10 0 0
George Maturin, a Minister; same time 50 0 0
Lovise, Marquiss Desbiars de Montgomery; half year to Xmas 1716 15 0 0
Anne and Gabriell, two sisters of Martigny; year to Midsummer 1717 30 0 0
John Remy de Montigny, Gentleman to the late Queen Mary; same time 100 0 0
Jean de la Menardiere; same time 40 0 0
James Maxwell; three quarters to Ladyday 1717 15 0 0
Claud Margrit de Neufville; year to Midsummer 1717 20 0 0
Prince of Nassau Seigen; same time 100 0 0
Susanna Petit; same time 40 0 0
Victoria Pardaillan; three quarters to Ladyday 1717 22 10 0
Susanna la Penotiere; year to Midsummer 1717 25 0 0
Marie Francois de St. Paul; same time 25 0 0
Susanna Pallie; same time 20 0 0
Bonne Green de Parcour; same time 20 0 0
Elizabeth Perigois; same time 20 0 0
Hypolite de Pressac; same time 20 0 0
Andre Pierre and Heneriette de la Primandage; same time 15 0 0
Marie de Pechalves; same time 25 0 0
Marie Lapie; same time 15 0 0
Lovise Pynyot; same time 15 0 0
Mary Pynyot; same time 15 0 0
Pierre Perault; same time 40 0 0
Clement Patonnier; same time 40 0 0
Susanna and Catherine Porneuf; same time 30 0 0
Mary Perer; same time 15 0 0
Judith de Roux and Mary de Roux her daughter; same time 20 0 0
Jaquiline de Gandeau de la Roche; same time 17 0 0
Judy Ricard; same time 15 0 0
Francois Marie Reinaud; same time 12 0 0
Lady Charlotte de Roncy; same time 400 0 0
Jaques, Marquis de Rochegude; three quarters to Ladyday 1717 75 0 0
John de Rochegude; same time 37 10 0
Mark-Anthony Reboul; year to Midsummer 1717 20 0 0
Susanna and Elizabeth Robethon; same time 40 0 0
Constantin de Renneville; same time 50 0 0
Catherine Seigler; same time 50 0 0
Jane La Sale; same time 40 0 0
Susanna de Sarriere; same time 30 0 0
Susanna de Sercler; same time 20 0 0
Blanch Samazan; same time 15 0 0
Henriette Samazan; same time 15 0 0
Francis Saret; same time 12 0 0
Margaret Sarrau; same time 10 0 0
Susanna Sarrau; same time 10 0 0
Marie de Samazan; same time 15 0 0
Madam de Soucelles, for the Society of Harlem; three quarters to Ladyday 1717 15 0 0
Amelie De Stirum; year to Midsummer 1717 50 0 0
Maria Ursuline de Stirum; same time 50 0 0
Henriette de Pons de Thors; three quarters to Ladyday 1717 45 0 0
Pierre de la Touche; year to Midsummer 1717 50 0 0
Mary de There and Mary de Blagny; same time 60 0 0
Elizabeth et Benigne Tourteron; same time 34 0 0
Judith de Proisy Debte de Tugny; same time 30 0 0
Bernard de Vignau; same time 80 0 0
Claude de Venneville; same time 70 0 0
Michaell de Vassor; same time 60 0 0
Margaret and Henriette de Villeneuve; same time 40 0 0
Thomasse La Cour Vicouse; same time 30 0 0
Judith Valentine; same time 25 0 0
Elizabeth Veron; same time 15 0 0
Marie Veniere; same time 15 0 0
Elizabeth de Vebron; same time 12 0 0
Marie de Vervellan; same time 12 0 0
Mary St. Faust Vicouse; same time 25 0 0
Francois Verriere; same time 15 0 0
Gabriell de Rosset; same time 12 0 0
Isabella de la Verie; same time 16 0 0
and Nicholas de Rambouillet de la Sabliere and Lovise Magdalen his wife at 150l. per an.; so much having become vacant by the death of persons on the Establishment; year to Midsummer 1717 150 0 0
7,051 4
payments for pensions and Royal Bounty by particular Warrants under the Royal Sign Manual etc.:
by Royal Sign Manual of
15 Nov. 1715:
Richard Marshall, for keeping the King's Stud at Hampton Court and six running horses at Newmarket; three quarters to Midsummer 1717
1,200 0 0
by ditto of 10 Sept. 1716:
Henry Wise, Treasurer of the Charity School at Kensington, for the said school; year to Midsummer 1717
50 0 0
and Philip Jackson, Treasurer of the Charity School at Richmond, for the said school; 1¾ years to Ladyday 1717 52 10 0
102 10 0
the late Prince of Denmark's Musick:
James Passible; three quarters to Ladyday 1717
75 0 0
John Ernest Galliard; year to Midsummer 1717 100 0 0
John Aubert, Humphrey Denby, James Graves, William Smith and Peter la Tour; same time 280 0 0
Stephen Le Fever; three quarters to Ladyday 1717 42 0 0
Charles Babell; Midsummer 1716 to 5 Nov. 1716 19 13
516 13
by ditto of 9 Oct. 1716:
John Xeres, a Converted Jew; year to Midsummer 1717
53 15 0
by ditto of 10 Jan. 1716–17:
Anne Rushworth; year to Midsummer 1717
50 0 0
by ditto of 5 Jan. 1716–17:
Luke Schaub, for good and faithful services: 17 Nov. 1716 to Midsummer 1717 (six months 38 days)
120 16
by ditto of 7 Feb. 1716–17:
Francois Lewis de Pesme, Seigneur de St. Saphorin; three quarters to Midsummer 1717
750 0 0
by ditto of 14 Feb. 1716–17:
Margaret Alix, widow of Dr. Alix; half year to Midsummer 1717
50 0 0
by ditto of 30 April 1717:
Charles Douglass; three quarters to Midsummer 1717
300 0 0
by ditto of same date:
Gabriell Dumont, Baron de Blagnac; Midsummer quarter 1717
37 10 0
by ditto of 13 May 1717:
George, Earl of Warrington; half year to Midsummer 1717
750 0 0
by ditto of same date:
Henry, Lord Herbert of Cherbury; 1¼ years to Midsummer 1717
750 0 0
by ditto of 15 May 1717:
John de Bihrendorff; three quarters to Midsummer 1717
150 0 0
by ditto of 7 June 1717:
Sir William Gostwick, bt.; half year to Michaelmas 1717
200 0 0
by ditto of same date:
Elizabeth Biball; 26 April 1717 to Midsummer 1717 (59 days)
4 1
by ditto of 26 July 1717:
George, Lord Bergavenny; half year to Midsummer 1717
500 0 0
by ditto of same date:
the Lord Tamworth, son and heir apparent to Robert,
Earl Ferrers; year to Midsummer 1717
500 0 0
by ditto of 6 July 1717:
Henry Florent, Count of Brandenburgh; year to Midsummer 1717
150 0 0
by ditto of same date:
Amelie, Princess of Portugall; three quarters to Lady day 1717
60 0 0
by ditto of [same date]:
Elizabeth Maria her sister; year to Midsummer 1717
50 0 0
by ditto of [same date]:
Amelie Van Ghent, her daughter; same time
70 0 0
Jane de Neufville; same time 60 0 0
(total by particular Warrants 6,425l. 6s. Od.)
(total grants as above 45,772l. 5s.d.)
£ s. d.
Exchequer fees, etc.:
Thomas Berisford, for Treasury and Exchequer fees, for receiving money etc.
723 19
the same for fees for the passing of this Accompt 21 7 8
the same for contingencies etc. 50 14 0
Charles Bint and Thomas Boniface, for carrying Votes to the King etc.; year to Xmas 1716 121 13 4
917 14
this Accomptant, for riding charges of himself and his clerk 45 0 0
Edward Harley, for the Auditor's fee 62 0 0
107 0 0
total payments and allowances £54,296 19
and so this Accomptant is Indebted
Declared 3 July 1718.
3,121 10

Footnotes

  • 1. Underneath this figure is a figure in Arabic numerals, 2231·12·5 (i.e. 2·2·0 more)
  • 2. See the preceding Account of Works, pp. ccii–ccx).
  • 3. Marginal note ‘esset Midds. 1717’.