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Introduction Part 2

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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 7, 1681-1685. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1916.

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Introduction Part 2

From 1683–4, Jan. 1, to 1684, Dec. 31.
INCOME. EXPENDITURE.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Forces:
Money out of the Receipt 243,500 0 0 General officers 2,970 0 0
Deduction of 12d. per £ out of pay 4,222 16 4 King's Troop of Guards and 1 Troop of Grenadiers 21,394 13 4
Received out of the revenue of Ireland 30,000 0 0 Queen's ditto and 1 Troop of ditto 20,725 18 4
Duke of York's ditto and 1 Troop of ditto 20,634 13 4
King's Royal Regiment of Horse Guards 26,462 14 2
King's Royal Regiment of Foot Guards 33,723 1 0
Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards 17,713 7 0
Queen's Regiment of Foot Guards that came from Tangier under Col. Peircy Kirke (1 colonel, 1 lieut.-colonel, chirurgeon and mate, adjutant, quarter-master, 10 captains, 10 lieutenants, 20 serjeants, 30 corporals, 10 drums, 500 soldiers and 1 Company of Grenadiers consisting of 1 captain, 2 lieutenants, 3 serjeants, 3 corporals, 2 drummers and 50 soldiers) 7,744 18 8
Duke of York's Regiment of Foot Guards 13,806 2 6
Holland Regiment of Foot Guards 12,844 19 3
Duchess of York's Regiment of Foot Guards that came from Tangier under Charles Trelawney (composition like the Queen's Regiment of ditto) 7,476 12 0
Scotch Regiment of Foot that came from Tangier under Major Robert Douglas (composed of 20 Companies; colonel, lieut.-colonel, major. chaplain, adjutant, quarter-master, chirurgeon and mate, drum major, piper, 20 captains, 40 lieutenants, 20 ensigns, 60 serjeants, 60 corporals, 40 drummers, 1,000 soldiers and 1 Company of Grenadiers) 16,067 8 0
King's Regiment of Dragoons [from Tangier] under John, Lord Churchill (col., lieut.-colonel, major, chaplain, chirurgeon, adjutant, quartermaster and marshal, gunsmith, 2 captains, 2 lieutenants, 2 cornets, 2 quartermaster, 4 serjeants, 6 corporals, 4 drummers, 4 hoboyes, 100 troopers: but increased on their arrival in England to 6 captains, 6 lieutenants, 6 cornets, 6 quartermaster, 12 serjeants 18 corporals, 12 drummers, 12 hoboyes and 300 troopers) 11,510 18 10
A single Troop of Dragoons under Col. William Strother (captain, lieutenant, cornet, quartermaster, 2 serjeants, 2 corporals, 1 drummer, 40 troopers) 1,095 0 0
214,170 16 5
Garrisons:
Berwick 1,615 2 6
Carlisle 1,119 6 8
Chepstow 365 0 0
Chester 91 5 0
Calshot Castle 155 2 6
Guernsey 2,211 5 10
Gravesend and Tilbury 1,803 14 2
Hull and the blockhouses 2,877 8 2
Holy Island 109 10 0
Hurst Castle 155 2 6
Jersey 1,247 1 8
Earl of Jermyn 500 0 0
Sir J. Lanier 300 0 0
St. Mawes 54 15 0
Pendennis 841 2 6
Plymouth and St. Nicholas Isle 3,111 12 6
Portsmouth 8,306 17 2
Scilly 1,247 1 8
Scarborough 91 5 0
Tynemouth 1,618 3 4
Tower of London 3,354 18 2
Upnor, Gillingham and Calshot Woods 885 2 6
Windsor Castle 1,301 16 8
Isle of Wight 2,321 19 2
York 545 12 6
Yarmouth 91 5 0
Gunners in St. James's Park (13 gunners) 136 17 6
Lord Colepeper 600 0 0
Cinque Ports 1,241 0 0
Gunners at Dartmouth (2 in number) 54 15 0
38,354 2 8
Contingencies:
Payments by particular warrant 2,582 17
Sundry contingencies 503 0 6
Fire and candle 981 11 9
Sir C. Littleton's deductions from his Foot Companies 394 15 10
Royal bounty 199 10 2
Medicaments 293 2 0
Stationery ware 310 5 11
Particular services 3,881 15 0
Duke of Monmouth's reformed officers 2,122 11 3
Loans to the 5 Companies of Guards from Tangier 106 7 2
11,275 17
Payments to several Companies of [Tangier] Foot sent to Ireland—Col. Trelawney's 2,128 8 8
Col. P. Kirke's 1,686 4 0
Payments by immediate warrant 3,745 12 0
Accomptant's salary 365 0 0
277,722 16 4 271,725 10 10½

Table VII—Ordnance Accounts.

From 1679, June 30, to 1680, June 30.
(Sir G. Wharton, Treasurer and Paymaster.)
INCOME. EXPENDITURE.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 115,789 16 Office salaries 5,464 10 0
Sale of decayed stores 1,945 14 10 Clerks and artificers 2,982 16 3
Annuities 2,516 12 6
Day labourers 1,917 2 6
Gunners 1,298 5 4
Powder, shot, match etc. 10,246 18 5
Artificers 93,121 4
Land and sea extraordinaries 8,284 19
Constructions, forts etc. 21,105 5
Small arms 4,224 18
Ordinary allowances 15 6 8
117,735 11 151,177 19
From 1680, June 30, to 1681, Aug. 12 (the day of Wharton's death).
INCOME. EXPENDITURE.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 35,250 13 7 Commissioners' salaries 2,400 0 0
Voluntary charge (money received from W. Hewer for Tangier Ordnance etc.) 14,554 17 1 Officers of Ordnance 3,289 17 0
Sale of old stores 108 6 9 Engineers 820 0 0
Respited pay 55 0 0 Clerks 1,050 0 0
Artificers 295 0 0
Extraordinaries 150 0 0
Day labourers etc. 2,360 12 1
Additional salaries 677 6 0
Wages omitted in previous account 805 19 0
Standing carriages and ships' carriages 1,718 18
Powder, shot etc. 4,333 15
Rope, tallow etc. 2,147 13
Wheelwright 2,019 19 10½
Cooper's work 91 5 5
Glazier 32 4 3
Painter 284 5 6
Beds and bedding 584 2 8
Stationery 99 17 4
Repairing small arms 3,111 14 2
Freight 849 5 4
Land carriage 270 15 1
Salaries (Sheerness etc.) 325 0 0
Rewards, bounties 353 10 10
Travelling charges 1,161 15 5
Rent of storehouses 163 6 3
Constructions, forts etc. 20,764 9
Interest to French war creditors 4,156 9 4
Relating to Tanqier:
Powder, granadoes etc. 13,532 18
Small armies 2,452 15 0
Sundries 1,753 10 6
Freight 5,104 19 0
Land carriage 115 17 4
Travelling charges 217 8 1
Rewards 100 0 0
23,277 16
For the thirty ships:
Gun carriages etc. 17,659 19
Ordinary allowances 19 3 4
49,968 17 5 103,173 15 3
From 1681, Aug. 12, to 1682, June 30.
(Charles Bertie, Treasurer and Paymaster.)
INCOME. EXPENDITURE.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Ready money out of the Exchequer 28,278 4 8 Master General and Commissioners 1,375 0 0
Interest 194 5 8 Principal officers 2,301 12 0
Clerks 967 10 0
Storekeepers etc. 1,240 5 0
Money and tallies received of the executors of Sir G. Wharton 3,052 18 6 Pensions etc. 2,472 6 0
Day labourers 1,473 14 2
Voluntary charge (old stores, Irish arms) 8,450 12 2 Gunners 727 4 10
Ships' carriages and standing carriages 324 11 11¾
Sundry rewards 1,704 6 11
Sundry provisions 1,877 9
Glaziers' work 29 13 10
Stationery 79 14 7
Transport and carriage 751 14 2
Repairing small arms 464 19 1
Reparations to castles and forts 3,060 4
Interest (French war creditors) 2,078 4 8
Travelling charges 939 8 1
Rent of storehouse 171 10 0
Interest on orders for fortifications at Portsmouth 194 5 8
Loan money repaid 1,068 2 11
Provisions etc. relating to Tangier 636 11 9
Ordinary allowances 15 6 8
39,976 1 0 23,953 16 4
From 1682, June 30, to 1683, July 1.
INCOME. EXPENDITURE.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Principal officers 3,815 16 0
Money out of the Exchequer 68,521 11 1 Clerks 1,010 0 0
Interest 382 15 4 Storekeepers etc. 1,495 15 0
Sale of old stores 9,231 19 9 Additional allowances 2,662 6 0
Day labourers 2,904 2 0
Powder 17,766 19 4
Shot 47 19 0
Small arms 2,226 17 5
Ships' carriages and standing carriages 305 2 11½
Emptions and provisions 3,580 19
Artificers and tradesmen 3,141 11
Reparation of forts 24,468 5 2
Sundry disbursements 2,958 2
Carriage and freight 1,300 0 3
Salaries 575 2 0
Rewards 381 17 6
Interest (French war creditors) 2,122 6 2
Travelling charges 1,185 12 10
Provisions sent to Tangier 1,715 1
Ordinary allowances 15 6 8
78,136 6 2 74,116 11
From 1683, June 30, to 1684, June 30.
INCOME. EXPENDITURE.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Principal officers 3,050 8 0
Money out of the Exchequer 72,463 10 0 Clerks etc. 780 0 0
Interest 434 0 0 Storekeepers etc. 1,189 2 6
Pensions etc. 1,513 13 0
Voluntary charge (old stores etc.) 9,523 7 Labourers etc. 943 6 8
Gunners 931 4 6
Powder 42,683 10 0
Shot 1,159 10
Small arms 1,704 9 11½
Ships' carriages and standing carriages 1,047 10 1
Emptions and provisions 2,236 7
Artificers and tradesmen 2,847 1
Reparations of castles and forts 12,795 7 107¾
Sundry disbursements 2,182 6
Freight and carriage 912 18
Salaries 797 6 7
Rewards 521 16 5
Interest on Disbandment Act etc. 816 15 4
Rent 147 10 0
Travelling charges 820 5 7
Provisions sent to Tangier 338 18
Ordinary allowances 15 6 8
82,420 17 79,434 15
From 1684, June 30, to 1685, June 30.
INCOME. EXPENDITURE.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Principal officers 4,500 0 0
Money out of the Exchequer 54,839 3 3 Clerks etc. 960 0 0
Sale of old stores 8,899 16 9 Armourers, storekeepers, engineers, labourers etc 5,154 7 6
Arrears of wages etc. 2,481 13 8
Powder 11,001 18 1
Marking of Ordnance 23 0 8
Carriages 1,191 14
Small arms 3,116 16 10¾
Fireworks for the Queen's birthday 682 15 7
Sundry provisions 3,366 7 0
Artificers and tradesmen 4,007 13 8
Freight and carriage 797 12 11
Sundry disbursements 2,489 2 6
Arrears 215 0 0
Salaries 699 11 6
Rewards 1,340 9 7
Reparation to castles and forts 10,573 17 11
Rent 507 0 0
Travelling charges 1,023 8 11
Ordinary allowances 15 6 8
63,739 0 0 54,147 11

Table VIII—Paymaster of Works.

(Philip Packer.)
From 1679, April 1, to 1681, Mar. 31.
INCOME. EXPENDITURE.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Receipt 12,725 5 0 Works and repairs at the Tower 665 3 10½
Ditto at Whitehall 2,318 0
Value of provisions out of the stores 78 14 9 Ditto at St. James's 126 13
Ditto at Westminster 584 17 11¾
Ditto at Denmark House 214 7
Ditto at Hampton Court 689 14 10¼
Ditto at Greenwich 226 4
Ditto at Newmarket 244 3
Officers of Works, salaries 1,644 4 10
Travelling charges 52 7 6
Rewards and allowances 112 10 0
Paving at the Mews 125 7 4
Repairs at the Mews 356 5
Erecting a Court of Judicature for the trial of the Roman Catholic Lords 445 3
Repairs at the Parliament Office 145 16 7
Repairs at Audley End 327 14
Ordinary allowances 2 0 0
12,803 19 9 8,115 17 6
From 1680, April 1, to 1681, Mar. 31.
INCOME. EXPENDITURE.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Receipt 3,861 15 7 Works and repairs at the Tower 33 17
Ditto at Whitehall 2,493 0 6
Value of provisions out of the stores 38 11 11 Ditto at St. James's 250 10 0
Ditto at Westminster 292 14 10¾
Ditto at Denmark House 263 0
Ditto at Hampton Court 434 7
Ditto at Greenwich 114 2 9
Ditto at Newmarket 226 5
Officers of Works and salaries 1,612 2 5
Works at Audley End 278 7 2
Fitting up the schools at Oxford for both Houses of Parliament 198 17 6
Repairs at the Mews 327 8 10
Paving 359 14 4
Making the oratory in the Duchess of York's lodgings in St. James's 219 14
Repairing the Court of Judicature in Westminster Hall for the trial of the Earl of Stafford 47 8
Keeping Royal Gardens. 1,850 0 0
Ordinary allowances 62 0 0
3,900 7 6 9,033 11 10
From 1681, April 1, to 1682, Mar. 31.
INCOME. EXPENDITURE.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 8,428 9 6 Works and repairs at the Tower 68 9 6
Ditto at Whitehall 2,159 10 0
Value of provisions out of the stores 139 8 6 Ditto at St. James's 186 10
Ditto at Westminster 176 7
Ditto at Denmark House 280 12
Ditto at Hampton Court 535 10
Ditto at Greenwich 194 7
Ditto at Newmarket 424 4 0
Officers of the Works, salaries 1,627 0 4
Sundry works at Whitehall 14 15
New buildings at the Tower 427 6
Repairs at Westminster Hall 89 8 6
Ditto at Denmark House stairs 184 3 11½
Ditto at the Mews 402 17 11
Ditto at Audley End 455 5
Paving 221 17
Repairs at the King's bathing room 157 16 0
Keeping Royal Gardens. 1,075 12 7
Alterations at Whitehall 72 6
Repairs of bridges 55 17 0
Repairs at St. James's and Hampton Court 189 6 4
Ordinary allowances 2 0 0
8,567 18 0 8,996 6
From 1682, April 1, to 1683, Mar. 31.
INCOME. EXPENDITURE.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 11,366 13 7 Works and repairs at the Tower 20 17 8
Ditto at Whitehall 1,775 6 11½
Value of provisions out of the stores 374 12 1 Ditto at St. James's 286 9
Ditto at Westminster 53 13 10¾
Ditto at Denmark House 155 10
Ditto at Hampton Court 622 10
Ditto at Greenwich 165 3
Ditto at Newmarket 398 11
Ditto at Audley End 302 12
Officers of the Works, salaries 1,571 12 2
Paving 328 1
Works at the Cockpit 46 7 11½
New buildings at Whitehall 5,486 19
Repairing bridges 88 17 7
Repairs at Hampton Court 40 0 0
Survey at Winchester 18 2 5
Involving Prince Rupert's corpse in lead 62 15 8
Ordinary allowances 62 0 0
11,741 5 8 11,575 2
From 1683, April 1, to 1684, Mar. 25.
INCOME. EXPENDITURE.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 6,813 8 Works and repairs at the Tower 166 0
Ditto at Whitehall 2,052 16
Value of provisions out of the stores 0 6 0 Ditto at St. James's 292 14
Ditto at Westminster 39 11
Ditto at Denmark House 199 12
Ditto at Hampton Court 388 4
Ditto at Greenwich 222 18
Ditto at Newmarket 217 0
Ditto at Audley End 225 17
Ditto at the Mews 595 9
Officers of Works, salaries 1,550 6 3
Extraordinaries 356 11 0
Works at the Council Chamber 70 15 0
Unpaid tally 1,000 0 0
Works at Greenwich, 1665–1672 9,157 10
Ordinary allowances 32 0 0
6,813 14 16,567 7 1
From 1684, Mar. 31, to 1685, April 1.
INCOME. EXPENDITURE.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 6,402 4 0 Works and repairs at the Tower 37 13
Ditto at Whitehall 2,084 5
Value of provisions out of the stores 26 6 6 Ditto at St. James's 304 17 4
Ditto at Westminster 38 2
Ditto at Denmark House 173 6
Ditto at Hampton Court 423 12 7
Ditto at Greenwich 223 0 8
Ditto at Newmarket 280 7
Ditto at Audley End 199 19 3
Officers of Works, salaries 1,077 10 3
Interest 3,340 17
Paving 418 5 6
Works on Charles II's tomb at Westminster 68 2
Works at Westminster for the Coronation 403 8 4
Works at the Mews 478 19 1
Works at the Chamberlain's lodging 158 0
Charges of fitting up Denmark House for the Queen Dowager 1,933 7
Works for the Coronation 1,258 13 3
Paving 701 4 10¼
Works in the Mews 647 15
Fitting up Lord Ossulston's house for the Venetian Ambassador. 115 2 2
A large coffin for Edward the Confessor's body 9 3 0
Works in Royal Gardens at St. James's 400 17 4
Keeping Royal Gardens. 3,068 4 0
Works in the Duke of Monmouth's stables 49 8
Erecting Court of Judicature at Westminster Hall for trial of Lord Delamere 303 9
Several works at St. James's 143 7
Posts and rails in St. James's Park 115 6 8
Engines in St. James's Park 92 16
Plantations in Royal Gardens 1,015 10
Surplusages of accounts for St. James's Park wall, Richmond Park wall and Winchester building 4,259 10 10
Ordinary allowances 52 0 0
Exchequer fees 600 0 0
6,428 10 6 24,502 2

Table IX—Cofferer of the Household.

(Henry Brouncker.)
1679, Sept. 30, to 1680, Sept. 30.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 29,000 0 0 Diet expenses of the Household and Stables 42,623 18 1/8
Extraneous receipts 40 0 0 Wages 3,421 7 8
Sales of provisions 232 15 Writing of this accompt 21 0 0
Auditor's fee 30 0 0
Daily alms 219 12 0
Payments by royal warrant 612 7 3
Annuities and pensions. 880 14 3
Divers creditors 7,834 9
Purchase of horses 208 0 0
29,272 15 55,851 9 7 1/8
1680, Sept. 30, to 1681, Sept. 30.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 41,300 0 0 Diet of the Household and Stables 43,118 15
Sales of provisions 170 6 5 Wages 3,468 4 0
Writing of this account 21 0 0
Auditor's fee 30 0 0
Daily alms 219 0 0
Payments by royal warrant 903 6 8
Annuities and pensions 941 19 3
Divers creditors 11,581 13 4
Purchase of horses 128 0 0
41,470 6 5 60,411 19
1681, Sept. 30, to 1682, Sept. 30.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 57,000 15 3 Diet of Household and Stables 43,553 19 73¾
Extraneous receipts 91 18 Wages 3,435 14 4
Sales of provisions 98 12 2 Writing of this accompt 21 0 0
Auditor's fee 30 0 0
Daily alms 219 0 0
Payments by royal warrant 1,073 1 8
Annuities and pensions 890 19 8
Divers creditors 13,406 2
Purchase of horses 128 0 0
57,191 6 62,757 17 5
1682, Sept. 30, to 1683, Sept. 30.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 59,817 19 3 Diet of Household and Stables 42,864 7
Sales of provisions 119 11 0 Wages 3,416 0 4
Extraneous receipts 47 16 0 Writing of this accompt 21 0 0
Auditor's fee 30 0 0
Daily alms 219 0 0
Payments by royal warrant 1,024 7 0
Annuities and pensions 937 4 3
Divers creditors 11,415 6
Purchase of horses 214 0 0
59,985 6 3 60,141 5 10½
1683, Sept. 30, to 1684, Sept. 30.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 56,300 0 0 Diet of Household and Stables 44,612 12 7 1/8
Sale of provisions 62 14 0 Wages 3,430 15 0
Writing of this accompt 21 0 0
Auditor's fee 30 0 0
Daily alms 219 12 0
Payments by royal warrant 1,289 3 4
Annuities and pensions 1,273 2 0
Divers creditors 10,837 10
Purchase of horses 154 1 9
56,362 14 0 61,867 13 1/8
1684, Sept. 30, to 1685, June 30.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 99,795 1 Diet of Household and Stables 30,295 7 8
Sales of provisions 95 2 Wages 2,577 7 10
Extraneous Writing of this account 21 0 0
Auditor's fee 30 0 0
Daily alms 163 16 0
Payments by royal warrant 1,067 18 4
Annuities and pensions 832 18 0
Divers creditors 8,006 14
Purchase of horses 64 0 0
100,499 18 43,059 2

Table X—Treasurer of the Chamber.

(Edward Griffin.)
1679, Sept. 29, to 1680, Sept. 29.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
King's alms 194 15 0
Money out of the Exchequer 12,033 11 3 Rewards and largess 138 6 8
Clerk of the Closet 8 0 0
Serjeant of the Vestry 30 0 0
King's musicians: Violins 544 13 6
Wind 81 8 11½
Lutes virginals and other private music 277 1 10½
King and Queen's footmen 1,085 0 0
Child riders 7 19 9
Falconers 206 7 10
Huntsmen of the Privy Buckhounds 790 12 1/8
Yeomen of the Bows 9 2 6
Yeoman Usher of the House of Peers 54 15 0
Officers of the Jewel House 79 9 2
Ditto Removing Wardrobe of Beds 203 15 0
Ditto bears, bulls and mastives 9 0
Apothecary 22 5 0
Clockmaker 39 16 8
Ratkiller 9 2 6
Nurseryman and pond keeper 30 0 0
Waiters on the King's robes 45 0 0
Messengers of the Chamber 50 0 0
Grooms of the King's Chamber 146 0 0
Ditto Queen's Chamber 100 7 6
Gentlemen Ushers, Daily Waiters, Quarter Waiters, Yeomen Ushers, Yeomen Hangers etc. attending the King 240 0 0
Ditto attending the Queen 113 2 6
Annuities and pensions 210 0 0
Watermen 93 2 6
Messengers of the Chamber 960 4
Guard of the Body 5,550 0 0
Payments on warrants signed by the King, Privy Council or Secretaries of State 555 1 9
Ditto signed by Lord Chamberlain 51 8 0
Ordinary allowances 126 13 4
12,033 11 3 12,152 12 1/8
1680, Sept. 29, to 1681, Sept. 29.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
King's alms 196 3 5
Money out of the Exchequer 14,638 8 Closet keeper 0 0
Serjeant of the Vestry 30 0 0
Musicians:
Violins 496 17 6
Wind 58 3
Lutes etc. 170 17 11
Trumpeters 60 0 0
King's and Queen's footmen 470 0 0
Falconers 280 5
Huntsmen of the Privy Buckhounds 1,134 13 1/8
Yeomen of the Bows 9 2 6
Yeoman Usher of the House of Peers 109 10 0
Officers of the Jewels and Plate 39 14 7
Ditto Removing Wardrobe of Beds 524 11 8
Moletaker 4 0 10
Ratkiller 12 3 4
Nurseryman and pond keeper 30 0 0
Theatre keeper at Whitehall 15 0 0
Grooms of the King's Chamber 255 10 0
Ditto of Queen's Chamber 73 0 0
Gentlemen Ushers etc. 286 10 0
Messengers of the Chamber 486 7 6
Guards of the Body 5,550 0 0
King's watermen 93 2 6
Annuities and pensions 62 11 8
Payments on warrants of King etc. 801 10 7
Ditto of Lord Chamberlain 909 17 8
Housekeeper of Whitehall and under housekeepers of Hampton Court and Greenwich 825 5 7
Apothecaries' and surgeons' bills 1,577 11 7
Jewel House bills 83 18 4
Master of the Barges' bills 548 11 0
Messenger's bills 406 13 6
Ordinary allowances 216 13 4
14,638 8 15,826 7 1/8
1681, Sept. 29, to 1682, Sept. 29.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
King's alms 197 12 0
Money out of the Receipt 17,514 7 Clerk of the Closet 8 0 0
Serjeant of the Vestry 30 0 0
Trumpeter 30 0 0
Musicians:
Violins 556 5
Wind 58 3
Lutes etc. 157 4 7
King's and Queen's footmen 680 0 0
Falconers 193 10 9
Huntsmen 427 19
Yeomen of the Bows 4 11 3
Officers of the King's forests 188 6 4
Ditto of Jewel House 198 12 11
Ditto of Removing Wardrobe 414 3 4
Moletaker 6 15 0
Ratkiller 15 4 2
Nurseryman and pond keeper 52 10 0
Theatre keeper 30 0 0
Messenger of the King's Chamber 174 12 6
Ditto of Queen's Chamber 50 0 0
Grooms of King's Chamber 383 5 0
Ditto of Queen's Chamber 109 10 0
Gentlemen Ushers etc. 249 15 10
Groom Porter's men 37 10 0
Annuities or pensions 20 0 0
Watermen 186 5 0
Yeomen of the Guard 4,162 10 0
Payments by Council warrants 333 6 8
Ditto by Lord Chamberlain's warrants 1,623 13 4
Housekeepers at Windsor Castle and Hampton Court 1,450 18 6
Apothecaries' bill 1,269 8 9
Watermen's bills 1,255 13 0
Extraordinaries by Lord Chamberlain's warrant 334 10 0
Messengers of the Chamber's bills 1,062 13 11
Ordinary allowances 216 13 4
17,514 7 16,174 15
1682, Sept. 29, to 1683, Sept. 29.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
King's alms 199 0 9
Money out of the Exchequer 25,100 11 Closet keeper 8 0 0
Serjeant of the Vestry 60 0 0
Trumpeters 230 0 0
Musicians:
Violins 739 12 11
Wind 58 3
Lutes etc 249 2 6
l. s. d. l. s. d.
King's and Queen's footmen 720 0 0
Falconers 182 7 5
Huntsmen of the Privy Buckhounds 162 14 2
Officers of forests 36 10 0
Ditto Jewels and Plate 92 9 7
Ditto Removing Wardrobe 532 5 0
Moletaker 8 1 8
Ratkiller 12 3 4
Pond keeper in St. James's Park 15 0 0
Theatre keeper at Whitehall 15 0 0
Grooms of the King's Chamber 246 7 6
Ditto of Queen's Chamber 73 0 0
Gentlemen Ushers etc. 55 13 4
Waiters on the Queen's Robes 20 0 0
Messengers of the King's Chamber 1,546 5 0
Ditto of the Queen's Chamber 50 0 0
Guard of the Body 5,550 0 0
Pensioners 24 6 8
Wate men 186 5 0
Payment by Council warrants 476 18 3
Ditto by Lord Chamberlain's warrants 3,650 15 9
Ditto to housekeepers and wardrobe keepers 473 12 10
Apothecaries' bills 370 6 7
Jewel House bills 30 15 2
Messengers' bills 276 7 4
Ordinary allowances 216 13 4
25,100 11 16,573 2
1683, Sept. 29, to 1684, Sept. 29.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 16,831 6 King's alms 200 9 8
Serjeant of the Vestry 45 0 0
Trumpeters 115 0 0
Musicians:
Violins 194 7 1
Wind 23 5 5
Lutes etc. 51 4 7
King's and Queen's footmen 620 0 0
Falconers 393 18 7
Huntsmen 180 3 4
Officers of forests 36 10 0
Ditto of Removing Wardrobe 352 10 0
Locksmith 7 3 6
Moletaker 14 2 11
Ratkiller 6 1 8
Nurseryman and pond keeper 30 0 0
Theatre keeper 15 0 0
Coffer bearer 27 7 6
Bedgoers to the King 10 0 0
Ditto to the Queen 10 0 0
Waiters on the King's Robes 5 0 0
Ditto on the Queen's Robes 5 0 0
Grooms of the King's Chamber 9 2 6
Gentlemen Ushers etc. to the King 76 10 0
Ditto to the Queen 39 0 0
Groom Porter 30 0 0
Annuities or pensions 24 6 8
Messengers of the King's Chamber 835 14
Guard of the Body 6,579 2 4
Payments by warrant of the King, Council or Secretary of State 409 3 9
Ditto by warrants of the Lord Chamberlain 575 17 2
Payments to the housekeeper of Whitehall 206 11 0
Jewel House bills 43 3 4
Ordinary allowances 216 13 4
16,831 6 11,382 10 9
From 1684, Sept. 29, to 1685, Sept. 29.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 14,893 16 King's alms 322 12 0
Serjeant Trumpeter 25 0 0
Musicians--Violins 390 10 0
King's and Queen's footmen 230 0 0
Falconers to Charles II 363 14 10
Ditto to James II 137 15 0
Huntsmen of the Privy Buckhounds, Foxhounds and Harriers 665 0 0
Officers of the King's forest 45 12 6
Officers of the Jewel House 95 11 3
Officers of the Removing Wardrobe 304 0 0
Physicians 347 5 0
Chirurgeons 273 12 1
Apothecaries 273 12 1
Moletaker 40 0 5
Ratkiller 12 0 10
Nurseryman and pond keeper 7 10 0
Theatre keeper 7 10 0
Rich coat keeper 5 0 0
Coffer bearers 13 13 9
Bedgoers 5 0 0
Waiters on the King's Robes 5 0 0
Messengers (Charles II) 87 5
Ditto (James II) 249 7 6
Grooms of the King's Chamber (James II) 100 0 0
Groom Porter 137 10 0
Gentlemen Usher to the House of Peers 27 7 6
Gentlemen Ushers etc. 47 0 0
Annuities and pensions 122 11 8
Watermen 51 13
Guard of the Body 4,140 0 0
Payments by warrant of the Lord Chamberlain 584 10 0
Wages of housekeepers, wardrobe keepers and gardeners 788 1 3
Payments by warrant of the Lord Chamberlain 1,079 4 3
Watermen's bills 572 18 0
Messengers' bills 1,997 9 5
Ordinary allowances 141 17 0
14,893 16 13,896 4 9

Table XI—Master of the Great Wardrobe.

(Ralph Montagu.)
From 1679, Michaelmas, to 1680, Michaelmas.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 10,011 0 0 Provisions and works for the Stables 2,749 2 10
Money received from Mr. Hewer, Treasurer of Tangier 1,500 0 0 Emptions and provisions by warrant of the King 9,525 11
Allowances and payments and liveries by royal patents and dormant warrants 3,088 18 5
Robes etc. of officers of the Exchequer and Great Wardrobe 129 17 6
Wages of officers of the Great Wardrobe 2,696 5 4
Annual payment to the Lord Chancellor 16 0 0
Ordinary allowances 10 19 0
11,511 0 0 18,216 14
From 1680, Sept. 29, to 1681, Sept. 29.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 11,706 8 0 Payments and allowances for the Stables 2,559 13 11
Money from Mr. Hewer, Treasurer of Tangier 944 10 0 Emptions and provisions by warrant of the King 9,026 6
Money from C. Bertie for the expense of adorning several rooms at Windsor by the King's special command 1,500 0 0 Liveries of officers of Exchequer and Great Wardrobe 129 17 6
Fees of officers of the Great Wardrobe 2,696 4 2
Lord Chancellor 16 0 0
Annual allowances 10 19 0
14,150 18 0 17,480 12
From 1681, Sept. 29, to 1682, Sept. 29.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 12,231 19 4 Payments and allowances for the Stables 3,443 15 11
Emptions and provisions by royal warrant 10,203 7 1
Payments and allowances by patent and dormant warrant 3,478 17 5
Liveries for officers of the Exchequer and the Great Wardrobe 129 17 6
Salaries of officers of the Great Wardrobe 2,696 4 2
Lord Chancellor 16 0 0
Ordinary allowances 10 19 0
12,231 19 4 19,979 1 1
From 1682, Sept. 29, to 1683, Sept. 29.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 10,916 19 2 Emptions and provisions by royal warrant 2,881 5 4
Allowances and payments by royal warrant 3,005 0
Payments etc. by patents and dormant warrants 2,956 4 9
Liveries of the officers of the Exchequer and Great Wardrobe 129 17 6
Salaries of officers of the Great Wardrobe 1,795 2
Ordinary allowances 10 19 0
10,916 19 2 10,778 8
From 1683, Sept. 29, to 1684, Sept. 29.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 3,325 6 0 Emptions and necessaries by royal warrant 5,827 14
Money received from the Bishop of Sarum, Chancellor of the Garter, by royal warrant of 1684, April 4 535 0 0 Allowances and payments by patents and dormant warrants 5,752 3 10
Liveries of officers of the Exchequer and Great Wardrobe 216 12 0
Salaries and fees of the officers of the Great Wardrobe 620 5
Ordinary allowances 13 14 4
3,860 6 0 12,430 10 1
From 1684, Sept. 29, to 1685, Sept. 29.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Receipt 10,718 10 0 Emptions and provisions and for the funeral of Charles II and Coronation of James II 9,284 16
Ditto for tapestry hangings in W. Hewer's hands 1,500 0 0 To W. Hewer for tapestries 1,500 0 0
Salaries of the officers of the Wardrobe 1,157 19 2
12,218 10 0 11,942 15

Table XII—Gentleman and Master of the Robes.

(Henry Sidney.)
1679, Lady day, to 1680, Lady day.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 5,000 0 0 Suits, cloaks and other apparel for the King's wear 1,415 11
Indian gowns 198 8 6
Riding caps 35 19 9
Night caps 16 0
Cloak bags 63 14 2
Orders for or upon coats and cloaks 67 15 0
Embroidery 53 4 4
Vermilion waste coats 89 5 0
Twilights, sweet bags and slippers 17 16 11
Periwigs 240 0 0
Belts 102 15 0
Hats (beavers and castors) 101 18 0
Shoes 126 7 0
Hose 173 9 0
Spurs and buckles 22 8 0
Swords 39 5 0
Clasps, plate buttons etc. 17 19 4
Gloves 74 4 0
Perfumes 20 4 0
Point lace and other lace 88 14 10
Silks, ribbons, lace etc. 92 14
Given to individuals towards their liveries 148 16 1
Stationery 8 0 0
Postage 2 3 0
Attendance 15 8 0
3,232 1
House rent 30 0 0
Payments by particular warrant 60 0 0
This Accomptant's annual fee 500 0 0
Auditor's allowance 10 0 0
5,000 0 0 3,832 1 7
From 1680, Lady day, to 1681, Lady day.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 5,000 0 0 Robes and apparel (details ut supra) 3,705 19
House rent 30 0 0
Exchequer fees 60 0 0
Auditor's fee 10 0 0
Accomptant's salary 500 0 0
5,000 0 0 4,305 19
From 1681, Lady day, to 1682, Lady day.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 5,000 0 0 Robes and apparel for the King and for sundry persons by the King's command (details ut supra) 5,566 18 10¼
House rent 30 0 0
Payments by particular warrant 60 0 0
Money remitted to this Accomptant by privy seal dated 1684, June 30 1,861 18 10
Accomptant's annual fee 500 0 0
Auditor's allowance 10 0 0
5,000 0 0 8,028 17
From 1682, Lady day, to 1685, Lady day.
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 1,000 0 0 Robes and apparel etc. ut supra, for the year 1682, Lady day, to 1683, Lady day 7,137 12
Ditto for the year 1683, Lady day, to 1684, Lady day 6,726 12 1
Ditto for the year 1684, Lady day, to 1685, Lady day 6,782 17 0
House rent 90 0 0
Exchequer fees 40 0 0
Auditor's fee 30 0 0
Accomptant's salary 1,500 0 0
1,000 0 0 22,307 1 10¾

Table XIII—Treasurer of Tangier.

From 1677–8, Jan. 1, to 1680, April 30.
(Samuel Pepys.)
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 142,633 16 8 Surplus of last account 4,281 16
l. s. d.
Voluntary charge 262 12 8 Supers imprested in last account 48,474 10 4
Ditto 725 7 9 Payments in England to Tangier officers and for clothes for recruits 8,690 10
Ditto from defalcations 1,492 11 3 Payments at Tangier by S. Pepys or P. Bowles his agent there (Amount not stated.)
Ditto from defalcations of Tangier garrison pay 3,511 17 0 Remainder of account lost and no duplicate of it surviving.
Overpayments 311 3
6,303 11 11½
148,937 8 Not totalled.
From 1680, April 30, to 1681, June 30.
(William Hewer.)
RECEIPTS. ISSUES.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 104,418 8 11 Charges of victualling Tangier Garrison 31,571 11
Voluntary charge (threepence allowed per piece of eight etc.) 368 18 5 Pay of Garrison 17,582 16 5
Office salaries and entertainments 567 10 0
Contingencies for the service of Tangier 12,233 4 11
Earl of Peterborough's pension 500 0 0
Moneys imprested to the Earl of Inchiquin, Col. E. Sackvill, Sir G. Wharton and R. Montagu 22,374 10
Supers 23,435 11
104,787 7 4 108,265 4
From 1681, June 30, to 1684, Mar. 25.
(W. Hewer.)
RECEIPTS. PAYMENTS.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Charges of victualling 56,516 15 7
Money out of the Exchequer 142,591 14 2 Pay of officers, troops and soldiers 62,638 18 3
Money received from the Farmers of the Irish Revenue 11,700 0 0 Office salaries and entertainments 2,440 16 8
Pensions 4,500 0 0
Voluntary charge (profit of threepences as above) 135 19 2 Bounty and rewards to disabled soldiers 871 16 0
Overpayments 100 0 0
Payments for the Hospital at Tangier 500 0 0
Contingencies 8,407 17 4
Impressed to Col. Kirke 10,647 6 4
Exchequer fees and charges 814 12 2
Super on Sir Palmes Fairborne 1,272 4 6
Ditto on H. Shere for the Mole 16,806 11
Ditto on Shere and P. Bowles 3,052 10 0
Ditto on Sir J. Lanier 2,304 5 0
Ditto on Shere and Kirke 6,830 0 2
154,527 13 4 177,603 13