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'Declared Accounts: Works', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 9: 1689-1692 (1931), pp. CCCVI-CCCIX. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104754 Date accessed: 31 July 2014.


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Pipe 3302.
Thomas Lloyd, Paymaster of the Works.
1st April, 1689, to 31st March, 1690.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil.
Money received out of the Exchequer 23,653 11
Value of provisions issued out of the Stores 3 0 0
Total charge £23,656 11
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage of last account 19,932 5
Works at the Tower of London 168 10 6
Works at Whitehall 3,413 6 1
Works at St. James's 422 17 0
Works at Westminster 206 9
Works at Greenwich 153 0 4
Works at Winchester 85 4 3
Works at Newmarket 137 12 8
Works at Audley End 175 2
Extraordinary works for their Majesties' coronation 2,240 17
Wages and allowances to officers of the Works 1,340 18 11
Ordinary allowances 62 0 0
Total discharge £28,338 3 11½
Surplusage, 4,681l. 12s. 10d.
Declared 9th Nov., 1699.
Audit Bundle 2,443, Roll 124.
Same Accountant.
1st April, 1690, to 31st March, 1691.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil : being in surplus.
Money received out of the Exchequer 9,343 8
Value of provisions out of the Stores 5 8 0
Total charge £9,348 16
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage on last account 4,681 12 10
Works at the Tower of London 469 7 9
Works at Whitehall 3,746 13
Works at St. James's 98 11 8
Works at Westminster 108 0
Works at Greenwich 268 1
Works at Winchester 69 7 4
Works at Newmarket 105 3 10
Works at Audley End 121 2 8
Charges in making a travelling tent for the King in 1689, including 26l. 7s. 0d. to Robert Streeter, the Serjeant Painter 211 4
Paving 306 18
Salaries and allowances of the officers of the Works 1,334 18 1
Moneys paid by order from the Treasury 1,420 11 9
Ordinary allowances 62 0 0
Total discharge £13,003 13
Surplusage, 3,654l. 17s. 3¾d.
l. s. d.
Memorandum : There remained due to tradesmen at the time of declaring this account, viz. for work and materials 1,481 6
Audit Bundle 2444, Roll 127.
Same Accountant.
1st April, 1691, to 31st March, 1692.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil.
Money received out of the Exchequer 22,202 4 4
Total charge £22,202 4 4
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage of last account 3,654 17
Works at the Tower of London 358 19
Works at Whitehall 3,021 14
Works at St. James's 134 9 10¾
Works at Westminster 261 0
Works at Greenwich 212 13
Works at Winchester 68 0 0
Works at Newmarket 97 17 7
Works at Audley End 104 3 11¾
Charges in extinguishing the fire that began in the Stone Gallery next the Privy Garden in Whitehall and in repairing the ruins caused thereby 1,305 6 9
Salaries and allowances of the officers of the Works 1,328 18 0
Moneys paid by order from the Treasury 1,215 13
Exchequer fees 44 17
Ordinary allowances 62 0 0
Total discharge £11,870 11 10
Remains, 10,331l. 12s. 6d.
l. s. d.
Memorandum : That at the time of declaring this account there remained due to tradesmen for work and material 1,481 6
Declared 25th April, 1700.
Pipe 3,304.
Same Accountant.
1st April, 1692, to 31st March, 1693.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears 10,331 12 6
Money received out of the Exchequer 34,019 5
Value of provisions out of the Stores 359 15 10½
Total charge £44,710 13 11¼
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Works at the Tower of London 350 18
Works at Whitehall 3,821 13 5
Works at St. James's 568 18 3
Works at Westminster 135 15 0
Works at Greenwich 428 13 11¾
Works at Winchester 77 11 2
Works at Newmarket 91 11 0
Works at Audley End 110 5 1
Charges in fitting the Court of Requests for the House of Commons to assemble and sit in during the repairs of the old House 241 5 2
Charges in piling and planking the Terrace wall at the Queen's apartment next the Thames and building a wall upon it 4,457 6
Works at the House of Commons 4,598 15
Charge in erecting a Court of Judicature in Westminster Hall for the trial of Lord Mohun in 1692 673 12
Salaries and allowances of the officers of the Works 1,436 8 6
Payments by particular warrants and orders from the Treasury 2,569 6 4
Fees on moneys for extraordinaries 64 9 0
Ordinary allowances 62 0 0
Total discharge £19,688 9 10½
Remains, 25,022l. 4s. 0¾d.
l. s. d.
Memorandum : At the time of the declaration of this account there remained due to tradesmen for work and materials 1,503 9 10¼
Declared 19th May, 1701.
Pipe 3,305.
Same Accountant.
1st April, 1693, to 31st March, 1694.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Remains 25,022 4
Money received out of the Exchequer 2,333 14
Value of provisions out of the Stores 331 16 10
Total charge £27,687 15
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Works at the Tower of London 794 12
Works at Whitehall 3,937 10 11¼
Works at St. James's 910 2
Works at Westminster 500 13
Works at Greenwich 823 6
Works at Winchester 80 18 5
Works at Newmarket 129 0 1
Works at Audley End 550 16 7
Extraordinary work in fitting up Powys House for Sir John Sommers, Lord Keeper 1,020 16 2
Ditto for new Offices for the Auditor of the, Receipt and Clerk of the Pells and the Tellers of the Receipt, all taken out of the Star Chamber at Westminster 265 1
Public paving, Scotland Yard to the Cockpit, Palace Yard, Wharf Street, James's Court, the Friary before St. James's Gate and by the Park Wall near Berkley House 828 17
Salaries and allowances of officers of the Works 1,447 17 4
Money paid upon warrants from the Treasury 3,107 6 8
Exchequer fees 31 17 3
Ordinary allowances 62 0 0
Total discharge £14,490 16 11¾
Remains, 13,196l. 18s. 5¾d.
l. s. d.
Memorandum : At the time of declaring this account there remained due to tradesmen for work and material 1,586 10
Declared 19th May, 1701.
Pipe 3,306.
Same Accountant.
1st April, 1694, to 31st March, 1695.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears 13,196 18
Money received out of the Exchequer 418 15
Total charge £13,615 13 11
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Works at the Tower of London 585 13
Works at Whitehall 3,660 16 11
Works at St. James's 435 5 7
Works at Westminster 297 14
Works at Greenwich 339 4
Works at Winchester 72 0 2
Works at Newmarket 103 9 10
Works at Audley End 208 14 9
Paving, detailed 231 12
Making and fitting a new Office for the Million Lottery next the Star Chamber at the Exchequer, in Oct., 1694 104 9
Paid to Robert Streeter, Serjeant Painter, for painting the several rails and bars and varnishing window shutters at the Terrace Walk of the Queen's lodgings at Whitehall and to William Bache, smith, for the iron work of the rail over the porticos next the Thames 69 4 0
Works for the funeral of the late Queen Mary, including payments to Nic. Hawksmore for his extra pains in copying designs for the Mausoleum and 99l. 8s. 7d. to Grinlin Gibbons for carver's work and 163l. 0s. 6d. to Robert Streeter, Serjeant Painter, for his work 3,263 15 6
Salaries and allowances of the Officers of the Works 1,463 12 8
Payments by particular orders from the Treasury 2,671 18
Exchequer fees 19 8 6
Ordinary allowances 62 0 0
Total discharge £13,588 19 11¼
Remains, 26l. 13s. 11¾d.
l. s. d.
Memorandum : There remained due to tradesmen at the time of declaring this account, for work and material 1,586 10
Declared 19th May, 1701.
Audit Office, Bundle 2,445, Roll 133.
Same Accountant.
1st April, 1695, to 31st March, 1696.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears 26 13 11¾
Money received out of the Exchequer 16,547 4
Value of provisions out of the Stores 2 17 4
Total charge £16,576 15 10
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Works at the Tower of London 773 5
Works at Whitehall 3,138 0
Works at St. James's 451 8 10½
Works at Westminster 299 14 2
Works at Greenwich 309 17 2
Works at Newmarket 278 5
Works at Audley End 102 0 3
Works at the Duke of Ormonde's lodgings at Whitehall 587 17 4
Works at taking down and rebuilding the Bishops' rooms adjoining the House of Lords 297 15 5
Extraordinary works in St. James's Park, rails, gates, paving etc., including 38l. 11s. 8d. to Robert Streeter, Serjeant Painter, for painting the rails 227 0
Public paving 298 4 6
Extraordinary works in his Majesty's progress to Sherwood Forest in Oct. and Nov., 1695 68 17 1
Salaries and allowances of officers of the Works 1,647 7 2
Moneys paid by direction of the Treasury 1,991 7 10
Exchequer fees 20 17 3
Ordinary allowances 62 0 0
Total charge £10,630 15
Remains, 5,951l. 0s. 5¼d.
l. s. d.
Memorandum : At the time of declaring this account there remained due and unpaid to tradesmen for work and materials 1,593 1 11¾
Declared 5th Dec., 1701.