Henry VIII
Privy Purse Expences

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'Henry VIII: Privy Purse Expences', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 5: 1531-1532 (1880), pp. 747-762. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=77503 Date accessed: 28 August 2014.


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Privy Purse Expences of Henry VIII. (fn. 1)
"Yet payments in November" [1529].
17th and 20th. The King at York Place. To a servant of the . . . . . . . the Savoyes for bring[ing h]oney to the King . . . . . . . Doublets and hose for the King's boys. 19th. To the carters who came with the carriage from Oxford. To Ogle of the Stable, for the board of three boys from 18 Oct., 24s. 6d. To Philip Clampe, for the meat of two hawks, 2d. a day. To the gardener at Beaulie, for bringing roots and herbs, 6s. 8d. To the King's watermen, 18 days waiting, at 6s. 8d. a day. To a servant of Lady Bulstrode, for bringing cheeses, 5s. Snuffers, 2s. 22nd. 1¼ yd. purple velvet for Mrs. Anne, 41s. 8d. 23rd. John Crepye, jeweller, 97l. 17s. Stuff prepared for Mrs. Anne, 217l. 9s. 8d. 24th. To Haukyne, one of the falconers, for meat for 4 hawks at 4d. a day. To a servant of lord Westmoreland, for bringing a spaniel. To the gardener of Beawlie, for bringing glasses with waters, vj. . . . j.d. To a servant of the Lord Chamberlain, for bringing a wild boar, 40s. To Sir Edw. Seymore, on a reckoning between the King and him, 337l. 10s. To Peter Lovet, a Frenchman, for 19 pavices of steel and other ware, 34l. 12s. 8d. To Raulf Mondy, one of the hunters. To Robt. Rydley, tailor, for garments for Sexten. 26th. To John Scut, on his bills, 51l. 9s. 2d. 28th. To lady Carewe, upon an emerald, 66l. 13s. 4d. 29th. Reward to one that pretended title to Bridewell, 20s. 30th. To Sir Thos. Cheney, for money paid by him as rewards to the crew of Master Treasurer's ship, when the King went abroad, 6l. 15s. To Dr. Stubbes, for his building at York Place, 200l. To the watermen, for their liveries, 10l. To a servant of Sir Giles Capell, for bringing cheeses to the King, 5s. To Forde, keeper of the King's mastiffs, for necessaries, 6l. 1s. 10d. To Thos. Westby, one of the King's chaplains, for stuff, 4l. 10s. 4d. To Sir Antony Browne, 3l. 15s. To the master of the barge, for 16 new oars, at 18d. To Morgan Fenwolf, jeweller, for 9¾ oz. of Paris work, 26l. 16s. 3d. To Ric. Gressam, of London, mercer, 250l. To Humfrey, of the privy buckhounds, for chippings for a month, 9s. Total for Nov., 1,910l. 15s. 9d.
f. 5. December.—1st. The livery of Elys, the falconer, 20s. To the master of the barge, for bringing stuff from Greenwich to Westminster. 2nd. To Cicill, groom of the Robes, for money paid to Morgan Phenwolf, 16s. 8d. 5th. To Master Hennage, for 3 scholars of Oxford, 20l. "For the hinging over the gate at York Place," 4l. 6th. To Dr. Reppe, 10l. To Dr. Goodryke, 5l. 7th. To my lord of Wiltshire, upon a bill of his hand, 66l. 13s. 4d. To Dr. Dyngley, for the exhibition of John Mason, a scholar at Paris, 3l. 6s. 8d. 8th. To Averay of the botelles, for a gelding for the King's closet, 4l. 13s. 4d. 9th. To Dr. Baughe, for the King's private alms for a month, to begin at Christmas, 10l. 10th. To the Yeoman of the Toil, 6l. 12th. To Sir Fras. Bryan, for the Frenchman who came with the Pope's ambassador, for a pearl, 22l. 10s. 14th. To Alart Plymer and John Norman, jewellers of Paris, 569l. 5s. To Copeland of London, for a bard for the King, 40l. To the Scottish gentleman, 33l. 6s. 8d. To the falconer who came with him, 6l. 17s. 6d. 14th. To young Weston, for a great glass for the King, 53s. 4d. To a servant of Sir Giles Capell, for bringing pheasants and partridges, 7s. 6d. To Philip Wylde, of the Privy Chamber, 4l. 10s. 15th. Five falcons and a tarsell, 8l. To Sir Edw. Boleyn, Knt., upon a bill of Sir John Rudston's, 79l. 4s. 7d. To Cornelys Hayes, goldsmith, 100l. To Johnson, master of the King's barge, 22s. 6d. 16th. Hose for young Weston, Marke, and the two Guilliams, 30s. Doublet of worsted, hosen, and sarcenet for Sexten the fool, 31s. 10d. 18th. To John Emson, keeper of the King's fool, 15s. 4d. Four bayles for the barge, 4s. To Hen. Knevet, in reward, 53s. 4d. 20th. To Thos. Ogull, for the board of two boys at Windsor and Greenwich, at 20d. a week. Reward to strange minstrels, 50 cr. at 4s. 8d. The boat hire of one that went for a pottle of salad oil for the King, 10d. A pottle of salad oil, 2s. 4d. A bottle and rushes to brenne with the oil, 3d. To lord Conyers' servant, for bringing a horse, 20s. 23rd. A perwyke for Sexten, the King's fool, 20s. 24th. To the Princess, to disport her with at Christmas, 20l. Reward to the treasurer of Wolesnay and the auditor of Winchester. 28th. To the Sub-dean of the King's chapel, for the exhibition of 4 scholars at Oxford, 4l. 31st. Reward to John Wescote, for bringing a gelded deer, 13s. 4d. To my lady Anne, 110l. To the ferryman's wife, for carrying over the King's horses at Greenwich divers times, 6s. 8d. To the lord Chamberlain's servant, for bringing a wild boar, 40s. To the King, to game with, 100l. To the clerk of the closet boat hire for fetching stuff from Greenwich to York Place, 2s. Reward to Marke and the two Guilliams, 40s. Reward to Wytham, Geo. Lawson's servant, 40s. Rewards to the pages of the King's and Queen's Chambers, 80s.; and the master of the bears, 40s. To Master Bryan, for money given in reward to a strange minstrel at York Place, 40s. Total, 1,449l. 9s. 6d.
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January, a0 xxj.—Greenwich and York Place. To Eustace, a jeweller, for a glass, 10 cr. —45s. To Crystofer, the mylloner, for 154 pearls and an emerald, 358 cr.=80l. 11s. To Blue Mantell, for 7 cloths of embroidery work, delivered to Water Walshe, 35l. To Lovell, the gardener at Richmond, for bringing sweet water and fruit, 10s. Reward to the duke of Suffolk's minstrels, 50s. To the King on Twelfth Night, for gaming, 100l. in angels = 112l. 10s. 7th. To Antony de Bolayn, merchant of Paris, for stuff bought by the King, 45l. To the clerk of the kitchen, for 6 messes of meat at York Place on Dec. 9, 39l. 8s. 8d. 8th. To John Parker, yeoman of the King's Robes, in reward, for a clock he gave the King, 3l. To Walshe, for goshawks which the King bought upon the "cage" (cadge), 3l. To poor folks, whom the King healed, 15s. 9th. New Year's gift to Blind More and his two fellows, 40s. Their liveries and badges, 3l. 6s. 10th. To one who brought quick deer from Rayley to replenish Greenwich Park, 30s. Hay and oats for the deer at Greenwich, 4l. 15s. Lost by the King to Domyngo at game, 450l. To Sir Thos. Palmer [3]38l. 10s. To Master Seymore, 376l. 17s. 5d. Month's wages of Shere, keeper of the beagles, 5s. 15th. To Sir J. Russell, for money paid by him to Peter Mighen for books, 3l. To the duke of Suffolk, for money borrowed by the King to play, 100l. in angels = 112l. 10s. To the King, the day before he removed from Greenwich to York Place, 100l. 20th. To a servant of the earl of Northumberland, for bringing glasses to the King, 3l. 6s. 8d. To Basing, for the depechement of the wages of the mariners of the Mynyon and the Mary Guylford, 100l. Hose for Master Weston, Marke, both the Guilliams, Patche, and the boys that ride the King's geldings. 23rd. To Sir Bryan Tewke, for the depechement of my lord of Wiltshire and others towards the Emperor, 1,743l. [8s.] 24th. To Dr. Baugh, for the King's private alms for two months, 20l. 27th. To a servant of lord Bray's, for taking up a falcon of the King's in Bedfordshire, 6s. 8d. To 4 poor people whom the King healed of their diseases at York Place, 30s. To the King to play at dice, 100l. To Nedeham, for finishing the bridge at York Place, 13l. 6s. 8d. 29th. To Mr. Fitzwilliam, treasurer of the household, won of the King at bowls, 4l. 10s. 31st. Healing the King's horses, 8l. 15s. Total, 4,120l. 14s. 6d.
f. 13. February.—The King at Greenwich, York Place, and 21st at Hampton Court. 1st. To Herasmus, one of the armourers, for 8 candlesticks, 27l. 9s. 3rd. Reward to 2 nuns of Canterbury, 40s. 4th. Reward to the nurse and midwife of my lady of Worcester, 4l. 5th. To the watermen, for waiting 2 days at the King's coming from Greenwich, and going from York Place to Hampton Court, 21s. 4d. 8th. Reward to Rydley, page of the chamber, 20s. 12th. To Friar Nicholas, by the King's command, 3l. 15s. To Peter, the scrivan, upon Dr. Stubbes' report, 14l. 9s. 4d. 13th. To Cornelys, the goldsmith, 200l. To Bekensall, a scholar of Parys, 20 cr. = 4l. 13s. 4d. 15th. To my lord of Suffolk and Sir Bryan Tewke, for the King's affairs, 6,000 cr. = 1,400l. 16th. To the watermen, for bringing the King to Batersaye and back to York Place. For 3 tun of white wine of galiake, 16l. 4s. 17th. To Westby, clerk of the closet, for 6 mass books and velvet to cover them, 3l. 11s. 22nd. Rewards to the gardener, keepers of the park, and ferryman at Hampton Court, 30s. 26th. To Master Hennage, for money given by him to the servants of my lord of Lincoln and Mr. Secretary, for bringing letters, 40s. 27th. To Mr. Bedill's servant, for bringing letters from Oxford, 20s. 28th. To the keeper of the clock at Hampton Court, 40s. Total, 4,750l. 4s. 3d.
f. 16. March.—1st. To John Belson, towards St. David's Feast, 40s. 3rd. Reward to a servant of the abbot of Gloucester for bringing two baked lampreys, 20s. To a servant of my lord of Lincoln, for bringing letters from Oxford, 7s. 6d. 4th. To a servant of my lord of Suffolk, for bringing letters, 10s. 9th. Reward to John Droyt, John Blanche, and Ipolite, the King's minstrels, going to their country, 10l. 11th. To the proctors of Jesus Yelde, in Powles, 6s. 8d. Reward to a servant of Sir Wm. Sydney's, 6s. 8d. 12th. To Thos. Ogull and the dieter of the King's running geldings, 6s. 8d. 15th. Reward to the vice-chancellor of Cambridge, 6l. 13s. 4d. 16th. To Master Latymer, who preached before the King the Second Sunday in Lent, 5l. To the proctor who came with them from Cambridge, 3l. 6s. 8d. 17th. Reward to men of Stanes, for bringing a fresh salmon, 20s. 20th. To the King, to play at dice with the duke of Norfolk, Palmer, and Domyngo, 40l. in angels = 45l. 21st. To a servant of lady Sideney's, for bringing orange pies, 6s. 8d. To labourers who cleaned. To labourers who cleaned the alleys in the park at Windsor, 10s. 8d. 23rd. To the sergeant of the cellar, for money lost by the King at dice, 22l. 10s. 25th. To Sir Torche, the King's beadman at the Rodes in Greenwich, for one year, 40s. 26th. To the Master of the Rolls' servant for bringing mules, 40s. 27th. To the King's confessor, 20 cr. = 4l. 13s. 4d. Reward to one that was my lord of Suffolk's minstrel, 40s. 30th. Quarter's wages to the gardener at Wanstede, 20s. To my lord of Rocheford, for money paid in reward to —, (fn. 2) 20 angels = 7l. 10s. 31st. To the King, of the money that came from Calais, 500 cr. = 216l. 13s. 4d. To the ferryman at Dochet, by the King's commandment, 20s. Total, 2,561l. 6s. 7d.
f. 20. April.—At the More. 5th. To Lord Rocheford, for the use of Maister Weston for 4 games of tennis, which he won of the King at 4 angels a game, 6l. To 4 poor people whom the King healed of their sickness at the More, 30s. To the water baily of London, for bringing the King a quick seal, 26s. 8d. 6th. To Wm. Lewes, for 2 pair of virginals with 4 stops, brought to Greenwich, 3l. Two pair brought to the More, 3l.; and a little pair brought to the More, 20s. To Domyngo, for money lost at game, 80l. in angels. 8th. To John Bekensawe, student at Paris, 5l. 10th. To the two Guilliams and Phillippe's boy, for their howsell, 30s. 20th. Quarter's wages to the gardener at Windsor, 2s. 23rd. To Mr. Heritage, for the King's buildings at the More, 60l. Reward to Marke, 10s. To an old poor man, by the King's charitable alms, who laboured to obtain a bill to be signed, 10s. 24th. To Guilliam, the King's fletcher, for arrows for my lord of Richmond, 20s. 25th. In alms on Good Friday, 40s. To five poor people whom the King healed, 1l. 17s. 6d. 27th. To my lord of Richmond's nurse, 40s. To my lord of Norfolk, for as much laid out by the King's commandment, 59l. 5s. 28th. To him that keeps the armoury at Windsor, 40s. To Thom, the jester, for his howsill and his livery coat, 25s. Alms to the friars of Hounslow, 20s. (fn. 3) 29th. To Mr. Pole, the King's scholar, 300 cr. = 70l. To Lubished, for himself and a White Friar, 100 cr. To Taylor, servant of lady Anne, for finding a hare, 3s. 4d. 30th. To my lord of Rochford, for 2 mules, 22l. 10s. To Antony, of the tennis play, for the costs of tennis at Windsor and the More for 11 days, 3l. 13s. 4d. 31st. To the marquis of Mantua's servants, 6l. 13s. 4d. To the choristers of Windsor, for the King's spurs, 6s. 8d. Total, 881l. 18s. (fn. 3)
f. 23. May.—The King at York Place and Richmond. 1st. Reward to a servant of Sir Giles Capell for bringing a doe, 10s. Reward to a servant of my lord of Richmond, at his going to Ireland, 5s. 5th. To Hector Assheley of Hunsdon, for the King's buildings there, 200l. 6th. Alms to an hermit upon the way, 4s. 8d. 7th. Reward to a servant of lady Parre's, for bringing a coat cloth of Kendal for the King, 4s. 8d. 11th. To Master Hennage, for two standards to carry plate from York Place to Hampton Court, 3l. 1s. 8d. To Hennage, for money paid by him to a miner, 40s. To a servant of the abbot of Gloucester, for bringing a sturgeon. To one of the Queen's servants, for bringing Cut the King's spaniel again, 10s. 13th. To a servant of lord Barkeley's, for bringing a fresh sturgeon to the King at York Place, 40s. 14th. Reward to one who brought home Ball, the King's dog, which was lost in Waltham Forest, 5s. 16th. To Cutbert, the King's apothecary, 30l. 12s. 6d. 17th. Reward to Master Lubished, 10l. 20th. To Vincent, the painter, for trimming the King's new barge, 15l. 4s. 9d. 21st. To Walter Walshe, to pay the tailor and skinner for stuff for lady Anne, and to a printer, for books for the King, 59l. 18s. 25th. To Jasper, of Beaulie, the gardener, for bringing "streberys" to the King, 6s. 8d. To the watermen, for waiting 16 days at York Place in Easter term, 5l. 6s. 8d., and for waiting from York Place to Keyho (Kew) with 16 oars, when the King removed from York Place to Richmond, 10s. 8d. 26th. To the sub-dean of the King's chapel, for the exhibition of four scholars at Oxford, 8l[...] To Master Weston, at his marriage, 6l. 13s. 4d. To Thos. Avelande, for two acres of meadow taken in to enlarge the little park of Windsor, 4l. To five poor people whom the King healed of their sickness. 37s. 6d. To a servant of my lord of Durham, in reward for bringing a "cele," 15s. To a friar called —, 20 cr. = 4l. 13s. 4d. 27th. To the Fraternity of Jesus, 13s. 4d. 29th. To Scawseby, for bows, arrows, shafts, broad heads, bracer, and shooting glove for lady Anne, 23s. 4d. Total, 667l. 11s. 9d.
f. 26. June.—Quarter's wages to John Hawes and Dyso, watermen, 10s. each. 4th. Reward to the servant of the chancellor of France, for two tables, 50 cr. 5th. To two of lady Barkeley's servants, for bringing hawks to the King, 30s. To a servant of the mayor of London, for bringing cherries to lady Anne, 6s. 8d. To Hewe Naylinghurste, for 25 doz. skins of fine pawmpelion, 60l. 6th. Coats for Sir John Hurt and his three fellows, 22s. each. To a servant of the prior of Lanthony, for bringing cheeses to the King, 20s. To a servant of my lord of Worcester, for bringing hawks, 20s. 7th. To Mr. Heritage, for the buildings at the More, 50l. To the keeper of Houneworthe park, for bringing a buck to Windsor, 5s. 8th. Reward to a doctor, nephew to the bp. who was ambassador here, 50 cr.= 11l. 13s. 4d. 9th. To lady Darell's servant, for bringing capons and puddings, 5s. 10th. Four bows for lady Anne, 13s. 4d. 11th. Lost at shooting, to Sir John Hurt, 20s. 11th. A coat of Kendal and doublet for Patche, 15s. 4d. 15th. To a servant of the captain of the Isle of Wight, for bringing hawks to the King, 10s. To John Leugar, jeweller, for 2 clocks, 4 glasses, 15 swords, 3 turkasses, &c., 50l. 7s. 4d. 17th. Reward to the keeper of Sonnynghill park, 6s. 8d. To a servant of the provost of Eton, for bringing cakes, 5s. 18th. To Good, of Windsor, for certain ground taken out of the King's ferme and ynned to enlarge the little park of Windsor, 4l. 21st. To a friar of France, who undertook to stop the breach at Woolwich, 7l. To Master Walshe, for bringing books from Greenwich to Hampton Court, 6s. 4d. 23rd. To the Master of the Horse, for sending the King's harness from Bullayne to Myllayne, and for bringing 3 horses, 2 men, and 1 boy from Mantwaye, 248 cr. = 57l. 17s. 4d. Board of the running boys at Greenwich and Windsor, and their shirts, 37s. 4d. To Wescote, keeper of the little park at Windsor, for necessaries done there, 15s. 1d. To a servant of Sir John Bouchier, for bringing a cast of hawks, 40s. 24th. Reward to the ferrymen at Datchet, 6s. 8d. 25th. To 16 of the watermen for waiting at Windsor and Hampton Court, 4 days at 8d. each. Reward to a servant of my lady Princess for bringing a buck to the King, 10s. 26th. To a servant of the provost of Eton, for bringing cakes to the King, 5s. To the choristers of Windsor, in reward for the King's spurs, 6s. 8d. 27th. Reward to a post who came from Venice, 20s. To the keeper of the garden at York Place, for bringing cherries to Hampton Court, 4s. 8d. 28th. Reward to a gentleman of Scotland, 20l. 30th. Reward to the Frenchman called Marcus Lesenture, 4l. 13s. 4d. Total, 422l. 12s. 4d.
f. 31. July.—1st. To the gardener of York Place, for bringing lettuce and cherries to Hampton Court, 4s. 8d. 5th. To the clockmaker at Westminster, for mending the clock at Hampton Court, 20s. To the "queresters" of Windsor, for the King's spurs, 6s. 8d. To one who brought a lanret of the King's that was taken up about Winchester, 10s. To Thompson, for carrying the King's stuff to Hampton Court, 5s. 8th. To a Frenchman who came from "the great master that now is of the French king's children," 100 cr. = 23l. 6s. 8d. To the gardener at York Place, for bringing herbs to Oking, 5s. 9th. To a post who brought news from the French king of the delivery of his children, 23l. 6s. 8d. 11th. To Hector Assheley, for the King's buildings at Hunsdon, 100l. To John Pate, for ferrying at Richmond, 6s. 8d. 12th. To the ferryman at Hampton Court, 6s. 8d. To a servant of Water Walshe's, for bringing a hawk that was eyred in Elmeley, 10s. 17th. To George Taylour, lady Anne's servant, to the use of Wm. Moraunte, of Penshurst, 3l. 10d. Reward to my lord Marquis of Exeter's servant, keeper of Horsley Park, 10s. Quarter's wages of the gardener of the great garden at Beaulie, 3l. 10d. 18th. To a Frenchman who sold the King two clocks at Oking, 15l. 19th. Reward to the keeper of Byfleet park, 6s. 8d. 20th. To a servant of Mr. Treasurer's, for bringing carps and breams to the King at Oking, 4s. 8d. 23rd. To a servant of lord Ferrers, for bringing a cast of hawks to Guylford, 36s. 4d. 25th. To the duke of Norfolk, to give to a friar called Anserois, at Guildford, 50 cr. of the sun = 12l. 10s. 28th. Reward to the friars of Guildford, 5l. To the 4 keepers of Guildford park, 26s. 8d. To the keeper of Henley park, 6s. 8d. 29th. To a man for bringing a glass of rosewater from Guildford to Windsor, 5s. 31st. To Dr. Layton, 6l. 13s. 4d. Total, 418l. 12s. 9d.
f. 34. August.—1st. To the keeper of Mote park, 6s. 8d. 3rd. Reward to Davy with a slyt nose, 10s. To a servant of the serjeant of the cellar, for bringing partridges, 3s. 4d. 6th. To the dean of the chapel, for the chapel feast, 40s. 7th. To the keepers of Esthampstede park, Fynez Bailywike, and Fynchamstede in the Forest, 40s. To a servant of lord Audeley's, for bringing a hound, 20s. 8th. To a servant of my lord of Reding, for bringing woodknives to the King, 20s. 10th. To the gardener of Hampton Court, for bringing pears and damsons, 7s. 6d. 12th. To a Frenchman called Drulardy, for 3 dials and a clock, 15l. 13th. To Jas. Tylson of Westminster, for 2 angling rods which he brought to the King at Hampton Court, 10s. 14th. To a servant of Mr. Salisbury, for bringing a leash of greyhounds to the King at Hampton Court, 40s. Reward to the keeper of Honneworth Park, 7s. 6d. 15th. To rangers and keepers of Windsor Forest, 6l. 13s. 4d. 16th. To the gardener of Richmond, for bringing philberts and damasons to the King at Hampton Court, 4s. 8d. To the gardener of York Place, for bringing fruit to Esthampstede, 4s. 8d. To Master Hennage, for the birds' meat, 12d. 17th. To Thos. Horden, for shooting at Windsor on Whitsonmonday, 22s. 6d. To the keeper of Parlam park, 6s. 8d. To a servant of my lord of Lincoln, for bringing sokat to the King, 7s. 6d. To a servant of Sir Edw. Donne's, for bringing a buck to the King at Ashrige, 7s. 6d. 18th. At Assherige, to one that made the dogs to draw water, 4s. 8d. To Roger, for bringing a glass of relic water from Windsor to Hampton Court, 12d. 20th. To the clockmaker of Westminster, for mending the clocks at Hampton Court, 3s. 4d. 21st. To a servant of Master Bucley's servant, for bringing hawks and greyhounds to the King at Antyll, 40s. 25th. To the keeper and his wife at Antell, for fishing, and for two other men who helped to fish, 10s. 27th. To Mr. Comptroller, to give to him that appeched Massy, 10s. 31st. To John Elys, master of the King's mine of Lantrissen, in Glamorganshire, 23l. 16s. 6d. Total, 130l. 4s. 9d.
f. 37. September.—1st. To a servant of Sir Robt. Aleys, for bringing a greyhound to the King at Antell, 7s. 6d. 2nd. To the keeper of Brokborowe park, 7s. 8d. At Antell, to a servant of my lady Princess, for her use to make pastime withal, 10l. 3rd. Reward to the friars of Hochen (Hitchin), 40s. 4th. Reward to a servant of Master Rotherham, for bringing a hawk that was taken up besides Northampton, 6s. 8d. 5th. To James Hobart, for bringing oranges and lemons to the King at Hertford, 20s. 6th. To the keepers of Bedwell and Hartford parks, 13s. 4d. A year's exhibition to Mason, the King's scholar at Paris, 3l. 6s. 8d. 7th. Reward to Jasper, gardener at Beaulie, for bringing archicokkes, cocomers, and other herbs to the King at Hertford, 6s. 8d. 8th. To the wife of the Dove, upon a reckoning for linen cloth for my lady Anne, 10l. 10th. To the keepers of the three parks at Hounsdon, 20s. 12th. To Robert Acton's servant, for bringing 2 skins to the King at Waltham, 5s. 15th. To lord Rocheford, for shooting at Hunsden, 5l. in angels=5l. 12s. 6d. 16th. To Hector Asheley, keeper of Hunsdon, for the buildings there, 133l. 6s. 8d. 18th. To Mr. Foxe, for money laid out to Mr. Latymer and other scholars of Cambridge, for their costs to London and back, 8l. 20th. To Robt. Lee and Robt. Shere, for finding a buck and the hounds in Waltham Forest when they were lost, 9s. 4d. 21st. To the ranger and two keepers in Endefelde Chace, 30s. 23rd. To one who brought the King a present at the More, 10s. 24th. To the keeper of Pissow parke, 6s. 8d. 25th. To George Ferman of Waltham, for his house that the Ambassador should have lain in, 20s. For a cow that Uryen à Brereton's greyhounds and lady Anne's killed, 10s. 26th. To Sir Antony Brown, for money laid out for the King, 7l. 17s. 4d. 28th. Quarter's wages to the gardener at Wanstede, 20s. 29th. To my lord of Norfolk, for money lent by him to the King in play, 27l. in angels = in sterling 30l. 7s. 6d. Total, 309l. 9s. 11d.
f. 40 b. October.—1st. To Dr. Baugh, for 2 sick men at Waltham, 15s. 4th. Alms to a sick priest at Hampton Court, 7s. 6d. To Mr. Secretary's servant, for money laid out on Sir Thos. Dennys' servant for bringing letters, 20s. 6th. To the office of the harriers, 6l. 13s. 4d. 8th. To Ric. Gibson, for making a bed, 21l. 14s. 10d. 13th. To Johnson, master of the King's barge, the rent of the house where the henchmen lie, 40s. 13th. To the serjeant apothecary, 28l. 17s. 2d. To Rede, marshall of the King's Hall, to dispose of the King's charity to poor folk expelled "the town of the Grenewiche" in the time of the plague, 18l. 8s. 14th. To Hobart's servant, for bringing oranges and "sydrons" to the King at Hampton Court, 4s. 8d. To a servant of Sir Robt. à Leys, for bringing a fox to the King at Hampton Court, 4s. 8d. 16th. For carrying the boys to Bery, and tarrying there 20 weeks, 40s. To John Bakhouse, soldier of Calais, 40s. 20th. To Mr. Cole, sub-dean of the King's chapel, for the exhibition of 4 scholars at Oxford, 8l. 21st. To Nedam, the King's carpenter, for making a private bridge at York Place, 10l. 26th. To the wife that makes the King puddings at Hampton Court, 6s. 8d. 28th. To Pero and Nowell, the King's minstrels, 4l. 31st. To a scrivener in London, 9 cr. = 42s. To Mr. Russell, for bringing books, 20s. To Pynner, for his well shooting, 7s. 6d. Total, 1,025l. 13s. 4d.
f. 45. November.—1st. Hose for Mr. Weston, Mark, Patche the King's fool, &c., 3l. 15s. 4th. To Phillip of the private chamber, for 2 sagbuttes, 3 tenor shalms, and 2 treble shalms, 10l. 10s. 7th. To Anthony Knyvet, for tennis money, 50s. To Lord Ferrers' servant, for taking a traitor, 6l. 13s. 4d. 12th. To Mr. Hennage, for sending twice to Grenewich, from York Place, with a great boat and 4 oars, to bring over divers pictures and the board that stood in the chamber over the library, 11s. 4d. 13th. To a servant of Sir Edw. Guldeforde's, for bringing a falcon to the King at York Place, 20s. 20th. To Jasper of Beaulie, for bringing herbs to the King at York Place, 6s. 8d. 21st. To my lady Anne, for the redemption of a jewel which my lady Mary Rocheford had, 20l. 22nd. To the master of the Horse, for the charges of 4 horses and geldings sent to the French king, at Bloys, 32l. 13s. 4d.; and for horses bought from Geo. Hennyngham, to be sent to the French king, 37l. 19¾ yards of crimson satin for my lady Anne, at 16s. a yard. 23rd. The King's reward for one year to Sir Torche, the King's Ledeman at the Roodes at Greenwich, 40s. 26th. To a servant of lady Oxford's, for bringing cheeses to the King at York Place, 30s. To Joly Jak, for bringing the King's books from York Place to Hampton Court, 5s. 27th. To a servant of the abbot of Reading, for bringing an inventory of books to Hampton Court, 5s. 28th. 6 pair of snuffers, 2s. To Master Layton in prest, 6l. 13s. 4d. 29th. To the abbot of Reading's servant, for bringing books to Hampton Court, 40s. To a waterman, for bringing books from York Place to Hampton Court, 5s. 30th. To a Frenchman, for 6 dozen bowge skins, of which lady Anne had 1 dozen, 36 cr. = 8l. 8s. To Dr. Dyngley, for the exhibition of the King's scholar in Paris for one year, 3l. 6s. 8d. Total, 642l. 6s.
f. 48. December.—The King at Hampton Court, 1st, 3rd, 8th, 11th, 14th; at York Place, 21st; at Greenwich, 22nd. 5th. To Vincent Keney, clockmaker, for 11 clocks and dials, 19l. 16s. 8d. 7th. To Vincent, the King's painter, for painting a plat of Rye and Hastings, 3l. 10s. 11th. To Jerome Molyn's servant, for bringing letters from Venice, 26s. 8d. To servants of Sir Ant. Browne and Sir Robt. Hasilrigg, for bringing does to Hampton Court, 6s. 8d. 13th. Reward to a poor man that had 13 children, 3l. 6s. 8d. 15th. To Nedam the carpenter, for the bridge at York Place, 3l. 6s. 8d. To friar Andrew, the Italian, 50 cr. = 11l. 13s. 4d. 16th. To Roger Wigston, solicitor of the staple at Calais, for the payment of the retinue, 1,333l. 6s. 8d. 21st. To my lady Anne, in silver, 20s. 22nd. To lady Anne, for money paid by her to the wife of the Dove, for linen cloth for shirts and other necessaries, 13l. To Sir Antony Browne, toward the reparation of the bridge at Byfelde, 20l. To John Baptist, the Italian jeweller, 1,225 cr. = 295l. 3s. 4d. To the custard-monger, for fruits, 20s. 23rd. To my lady Princess, to disport her this Christmas, 20l. To lady Anne, in groats, for playing money, 5l. To lady Margaret Anguisshe, to disport her with all this Christmas, 6l. 13s. 4d. 24th. For lading wine and selard in the tower at Blackheath, Mr. Crane's house, and the King's privy chamber, 7s. 4d. To Alart Plymmer, for jewels, 7,437 cr. 25th. To John Baptist, the Italian jeweller, for pearls, 1,601 cr. To the prior and provincial of the Whitefriars of London, 6l. 15s. 30th. To my lady Anne, towards her New Year's gifts, 100l. To Mr. Cromwell, for the King's tomb, 13l. 6s. 8d. To Adyngton, the skinner, for furs and furring for my lady Anne's gowns, 80l. 8s. 8d. To the King's printer, for printed books delivered at York Place and Hampton Court, 8l. 11s. 8d. Total, 4,464l. 16s. 9d.
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January, ao 22.—The King at Greenwich, 7th; at York Place, 17th, 22nd, 26th, 29th. 5th. To John Langey, jeweller, 81l. 10s. 7d. 8th. To the gardener at Wanstede, for bringing a heath cock, 5s. 13th. To a servant of the Cardinal's that brought the chariot horses, 20s. 14th. To a servant of the bishop of Armacan, who brought two hobbies to the King, 40s. 15th. To a servant of the ambassador's, that gave the King a handgun, 4l. 13s. 4d. For Wm. Morles, his wife and 6 servants, for their charges, being banished the town, 56s. 18th. Reward to Mr. Leyton when he rode to Oxford about the King's affairs, 3l. 6s. 8d. 21st. To Rightwise, schoolmaster of Poules, 13l. 9s. 23rd. To Sir Rauf Eldercar, for christening a child, 3l. 6s. 8d. 25th. To Godsalve, one of the clerks of the signet, 40s. 27th. To a servant of the abbot of Ramsay, for bringing books, 20s. 28th. To the French ambassador's servant, for bringing pears to the King at York Place, 1l. 3s. 4d. 31st. To the master of the Queen's barge, for repairs of the King's boat, 11s. 8d. To Byrde, yeoman of the King's bows, for making the rounds at Totehill, 12s. 8d. Total, 943l. 8s. 7d.
f. 57. February.—The King at York Place, 5th, 27th. 2nd. To John Scot, for lady Anne Rocheford, 38l. 10s. To a poor woman, for bringing again Cutte the King's dog, 4s. 8d. To Maryon the bladesmith, for keeping the King's swords, 20s. 5th. To the dumb man for bringing sweet oranges to the King at York Place, 6s. 8d. 7th. To Jas. Nedam, the carpenter, for making a bridge at York Place, 6l. 13s. 4d. 9th. To a servant of my lord of Northumberland, for bringing a clock to the King, 20s. To Henry Johnson, cordwainer, for 2 clocks, 6l. To Marke Anthonys, upon his bill, 6l. 9s. 4d. 12th. To the prior of Sympryngham's servant, for bringing books, 30s. 13th. To John, the King's bargeman, for coming twice from Greenwich to York Place with a great boat with books for the King, 13s. 4d. 14th. To Wm. Lewys, for five pair of virginals, 8l. 6s. 8d. 16th. To a Spanish woman, for bringing salt lampreys, 20s. 17th. To Assheley, of Hunsdon, for the buildings there, 200l. To Geo. Taylor, to be employed about my lady Anne Rocheford's business, 11l. 6s. 8d. 19th. To Galien, the glazier, for glazing at York Place, 10l. 19s. 2d. 26th. To Edw. Lloyd, for the discharging of the ship that brought up my lord Cardinal's stuff, 22l. 27th. To a servant of lord Lisle's, for bringing the stalking ox, 10s. To a servant of lady Bulstrode's, for taking up the King's black sacre, 7s. 6d. To the abbot of Gloucester's servant, for bringing books to the King, 10s. 27th. To the King at York Place, to play at cards and be partner with the serjeant of the cellar, 10l. 28th. To Geo. Taylor, for purchasing the farm at Greenwich, to the use of lady Anne Rocheford, 86l. 13s. 4d. Total, 528l. 8s. 2½d.
f. 6. March.—The King at York Place, 15th, 19th. 1st. To the yeomen of the King's guard, toward the charges of St. David's feast, 40s. 11th. To Dr. Stubbes, 175l. 4s. 3¼d. A rebeck for Great Guilliam, 20s. 12th. To the proctor of Jhesus Yelde in Powles, 7s. 6d. 14th. To Sir John Hurte, for that he bare with the King's grace in 2 matches against the duke of Suffolk, 5 angels = 37s. 6d. 15th. To the sergeant of the cellar, to play at cards at York Place, the King and he to be co-partners, 10l. 17th. To Sir Wm. Kingston, for such charges as he sustained when he went to conduct the Cardinal up, 41l. 10s. 10d. 18th. To Thos. Alvord, for Ric. Gressam, for silks that he delivered to the Cardinal, 22l. 12s. 3d. To the servant of the abbot of Evesham, for bringing books to the King, 40s. 19th. To an Almayn that offered his service to the King, 40s. To Sir Arthur Darcy, for the christening of lord Hussey's child, 3l. 6s. 8d. To Andrew, the Italian friar, 200 cr. = 46l. 13s. 4d. 20th. To Geo. Coton, for 6 shots lost by the King to him at Totehill, at 6s. 8d. the shot. 22nd. To Hanyball Zinzano, for drinks and other medicines for the King's horses, 8l. 18s. 23rd. For a great boat and 10 strange watermen hired to wait upon the King from York Place to Bridewell, and thence to Totehill, 7s. 6d. 26th. Reward to John Mason, the King's scholar at Paris, 40s. 28th. To Sakfelde, the groom porter, for stools, forms, and screens, 20s. 29th. To Geo. Gifford, for money won of the King at Totehil at shooting, 12s. 6d. 31st. Liveries of Anthony Pene and Bartholomew Tote, painters, 45s. To Barnard's wife, who gave two shirts to the King, 53s, 4d. To Marke and the two Guilliams against Easter, to take their rights, 3l. Total, 500l. 10s. 3¾d.
f. 64. April.—The King at Greenwich, 13th; York Place, 13th; at Greenwich, 22nd. 2nd. To Dyso, the King's waterman, for the hire of a barge for fetching stuff from Greenwich to Bridewell, 16d. 6th. Carriage of the said stuff back again, 6s. 8d. 7th. To certain persons giving attendance upon the plate and stuff that was my lord Cardinal's, 20s. To Rasmus, one of the armourers, for garnishing books, 11l. 5s. 7d.; for garnishing a desk with laten and gold for lady Anne, Rocheford, 44s. 7d. To Thos. Miles, of the stable, for boarding the two Morys 7 weeks at 12d. each a day. 9th. To Bouchier and his fellows going to Calais, 40s. Reward to lady Pounder, 5l. 10th. To Sir Fras. Bryan's servant, as a token to Sir Fras., 50l. To Rede, marshall of the King's hall, for Thos. Larder and his wife with four persons, being out of Greenwich at the King's commandment for a month, 24s. Private alms, 40s. The livery of Guilliam Langille, the King's fletcher, 22s. 6d. 11th. To Edw. Lloyd, of the King's wardrobe, the remainder of his charges for keeping the lord Cardinal's stuff, 17s. 3d. Rewards to young Mr. Weston, Henry Knevet, and Thos. the jester, 5l. 13th. To 5 poor men, 5 angels = 37s. 6d. 13th. To my lady Princess, to be disposed in alms at her pleasure, 10l. To the friars of Hounslow, in charity, 20s. To 10 men who rowed the King from Greenwich to York Place, 6s. 8d. To 13 men who rowed in the "Grayhounde," 8s. 8d. 15th. To friar Andrew the Italian, to buy him a horse, 3l. 6s. 8d. 16th. To Wm. Lylgrave, broiderer, for stuff for lady Anne, 18l. 14s. 9½d. 17th. To Ric. Breme, rent of a house in Greenwich, where lord Rocheford lies, for two years, 20l. 22nd. Reward to Pety John the minstrel, at Greenwich, 3l. 6s. 8d. 26th. To Robt. Constans, of Greenwich, for that he, his wife, and 11 persons, were banished from the town for one week, 50s. 28th. To Draper, of the Jewel-house, for making vestments for the King's use, 56s. 11d. 30th. To Nicholas, the astronomer, for mending a clock, 40s. Total, [516l. 17s. 6½d.]
f. 68 b. May.—The King at Greenwich, 28th. 1st. To lady Anne Rocheford, to play, 40s. Reward to Sir John, the organ maker, 40s. To Arthur the lewter, for a lewte for the duke of Richmond, 20s. 2nd. To lady [Anne], to play, 4l. 10th. To Mr. Secretary, for money laid out at the King's com[man]dment to Davy Sabellius [and] to Sir Laurence Staker, k[night of] Almayne ... P[aid to Mr.] Secretary, for so [much money by] him laid out ... to Nicholas Wil ... duke John of S[axony] ... 10th. To Thos. Osborne, for 8¾ yards, and the nail of crimson cloth of gold for lady Anne Rocheford, at 33s. 4d. 11th. Board of Pollo, who keeps the Barbary horse, 16 weeks at 20d. 13th. To Geo. Coton, that he won of the King at the roundes on April 30, 3l. 14th. To Hugh Naylinghurste, for 18¼ yards of white caffa for the King, 6l. 7s. 9d. 15th. To Antony Ansley, for the King playing three days at tennis, 20s. 16th. To John Pount, for Tertagates, 61l. 2s. 8d. 18th. To the Ambassador's servant, for bringing a clock to Greenwich, 5l. 23rd. To the King's attorney, 40s. 28th. For the buildings at Hunsdon, 200l. 29th. To Sir Arthur Darcy, for christening Percyvall Harte's child, 3l. 6s. 8d. 31st. To the baron of Deboyen in Ireland, 133l. 6s. 8d. Total, 632l. 12s. 8d.
f. 71 b. June.—The King at Hampton Court, 15th; Windsor, 16th; Hampton Court, 17th, 24th. 1st. Reward to lady Pounder, 5l. 3rd. Reward to the yeoman of the Horse with lord Wiltshire, and to 2 grooms, 4l. To Geo. Coton, for money won by him from the King shooting, 7l. 2s. 4th. To Peter Scryvener, for vellum and other stuff for the King's books, 4l. To the prior of Spalding's servant, for bringing books, 40s. To Dr. Cromer, 23l. 6s. 8d. 5th. To Antony Boulloigne, merchant of Paris, for jewels, 28l. 7th. To a servant of Mr. Magnus, 10s. To Fewater, of the closet, towards his marriage, 40s. To Cornelys Hayes, for 2 fire-pans going on wheels, 4l. 1s. 4d.; 11 pair of gloves, 2s. 9d. 10th. To John Angell, the jeweller, 173l. 12s. 12th. To the King's watermen, waiting with the barge to Putney with 16 men, 10s. 8d. 11 men carrying the King's stuff from Greenwich to Hampton Court, 14s. 8d. 15th. To Wm. Crane, his costs in journey to provide children, 3l. 6s. 8d. 16th. The King's offering at Windsor, 20s. 24th. For the burial of Wm. Dodisworth, 16s. 27th. To the King of Denmark's secretary, 23l. 6s. 8d. 28th. To Jasper of Beaulie, for bringing "archecokkes" (artichokes), 6s. 8d. 30th. To the three Cotons, for three sets which the King lost to them in Greenwich Park, 20l.; and for one upshot won of the King, 6s. 8d. Total, 393l. 6s. 6d.
f. 75. July.—The King at York Place, 3rd; at Hampton Court, 4th, 6th, 8th; Windsor, 9th. 1st. To John Cavalcant, in prest, 100l. To John Gough, for bringing a linnet to the King, 20s. 4th. To Thos. Cary, for shooting money with the King at Hampton Court, 8s. 6th. The same to little Davy, 3s. 4d. 8th. To my lord of Rocheford, for shooting with the King at Hampton Court, 58l. 9th. To Mr. Secretary, for money paid to the Italian friar, 5l. To Master Harte, for the christening of lord Awdeley's son's child, 3l. 6s. 8d. 10th. To Thos. Harte, for making a pair of new butts, rounds, and pricks, 51s. 2d. 12th. To Baker, the Princess's servant, for Dr. Bartelot attending on her when she was sick, 20l. To the servant of the abbot of Glastonbury, for bringing hawks, 20s To Baker, for the use of the lady Princess, 6l. 13s. 4d. 15th. To the ferryman of Dochet, 20s. 16th. To the ferryman at Hampton Court, 20s. 17th. To the keepers of the Mote Park and the Little Park, Windsor, 13s. 4d. 19th. To the keeper of Ditton Park, 6s. 8d. 22nd. To a poor woman at Chartesaye, to purchase out the great seal, 20s. 4d. To Thos. Warde, for making new butts and pricks at Windsor, 54s. 6d. Reward to Sir Ant. Browne's cook, 20s. To the keeper of Byflete park, 6s. 8d. To the abbot of Westminster's servant, for bringing relyke water to the King at Charsay, 20s. 24th. Reward to Hugh Davy, my lady Princess's servant, 40s. 26th. To Hall, Mr. Treasurer's servant, for bringing the King a tame deer, 40s. Reward to the chapel men, 40s. 27th. To 2 servants of my lady marques Dorset, for bringing a couple of hounds and 2 geldings, 3l. To the abbot of Twexbury's servant, for bringing a cast of lanners, 20s. 28th. To a poor child whom the King healed at Windsor, 7s. 6d. 29th. To the hermit of Depford, towards the repair of his chapel, 3l. 6s. 8d. To the friars of Guldeford, 5l. To three keepers in Guldeford park, 20s. 31st. To a poor woman that asked of the King for the love of St. George, 4s. 8d. To my lord of Norfolk, for as much money paid to a gentleman of Italy, 11l. 13s. 4d. Total, 399l. 19s. 9d.
f. 78 b. August.—The King at Esthampstede, 10th. 2nd. Rewards to the keepers of the 2 parks at Farnham, to the deputies and keepers of Holte and Wolmer, and to the keeper of the place of Farnham, 4l. 3s. 4d. 4th. Reward to the keeper of Odyam, 7s. 6d. To one who brought a screen to the Vine from Pexhalle's house, 40s. 5th. To the keeper of Baroper park, 6s. 8d. 6th. To the keeper of Mr. Pawlet's and lord Sandes' parks, 13s. 4d. To a servant of the Lord Chamberlain's, for bringing a stag to the Vyne, which the King had stricken before in Wolmer forest, 10s. 10th. To the keeper of Bagshot park, 6s. 8d. 11th. To John Thomas, serjeant-at-arms, and 2 of Sir Piers Edgecombe's servants, for bringing up prisoners, 11l. 15s. To the keeper of Esthampstede park, 6s. 8d. 12th. To Candishe, my lord of Suffolk's servant, for bringing a hound to the King, 40s. 13th. To the ranger of Barnewod, 10s. 14th. To Basing, for provision of the King's wines, 1,000l. 18th. To Carter, for dressing a new barge, 12l. 10s. 21st. To the armourer at Windsor, for keeping clean the King's harness, 3l. 2s. 4d. 22nd. To a poor labouring man in the harvest at Woodstock, by the King's command, 4s. 8d. 24th. A cart for the King's hounds from Newelme to Wodstok. 26th. To my lord of Norfolk, that he laid out by the King's command, 78l. 6s. 8d. To my lord of Rocheford, for shooting money, 6 ryalles = 3l. 7s. 6d. 27th. To the office of buckhounds, for killing the first buck, 7s. 6d. To Mark Anthony, a Venetian, 22l. 10s. 28th. To Guilliam Otener, the jeweller, for jewels bought at Woodstock, 156l. 12s. 29th. To Guilliam Bagot, for 8,000 pellets 26s. 8d. To Mr. Hennage, for money paid by him to 2 scholars of Oxford, 3l. To the keeper of Mr. Spenser's park, 7s. 6d. 31st. To the abbot of Reading's servant, for bringing wood knives, 13s. 4d. Total, 1,554l. 18s.
f. 82 b. September.—The King at Grafton, 6th; at Antyll, 15th; at Waltham, 21st. 2nd. To Ric. Cicyll, for 4 yards of cotton bought at Woodstock, 2s. 2nd. To Guilliam Otney, for carriage of the King's stuff from Woodstock to London, 7s. 6th. To Vaughan, groom of the chamber, for the charges of the ambassadors of Hungary, at Stony Stratford, when they came to the King at Grafton, 16s. 8d. To a poor woman who gave the King pears and nuts in the forest, 4s. 8d. To Sir Robt. Bone, overseer of the works at Grafton, 10l. 7th. To the keepers of Grafton park, Potterspery park, Hanslop park, the Shrobbe, Hanley, and Wakefelde. 8th. To the keepers of Norton woddes, Hasilborowe, the Shrobbes, the new park of Hartewell, and Whittell wod. 10th. To one who brought the King a brace of greyhounds out of Wales, 20s. To Anthony Anthony, for a clock in a case of gold, 10l. 10s. 11th. For a cart to carry the hounds from Grafton to Antyll, 15 miles, 2s. 6d. To two poor folks who were healed of their sickness, 15s. 14th. To my lady Princess, 10l. 14th. To a servant of Mr. Skevington's, for bringing hawks out of Ireland, 40s. 15th. To the keepers of Brokborowe park, the great and little parks of Antyll. 16th. To one that brought the stag from Antyll to Knebworthe, 5s. 20th. To a woman that gave the King quene apples at Waltham, 4s. 8d. 24th. To Master Douglas, by the King's commandment, 100l. 30th. To Mark Antony, Loyes de Jeronom, Pylgrym Maiohn, Jasper de Jeronimo, John de Jeronimo, 7l. 17s. 6d. To Master Cole, for the exhibition of 4 scholars at Oxford, 8l. To Powle, that keepeth the Barbarisco horse, 33s. 4d. To Henry Maynering, for making the King's arms, 8l. 19s. To a servant of lord Lisle, for bringing a glass with orange water, 7s. 6d. Total, 592l. 16s. 9d.
f. 87 b. October.—3rd. To one Floyed, servant to Master Rice, 3l. 6s. 8d. A cart to carry the hounds from Antyll to Waltham, 5s. 4th. To Henry Webbe, to christen my lord of Derby's son, 3l. 6s. 8d. 5th. To the keeper of Hounsden, 6s. 8d. 7th. A cart for the King's hounds from Antyll to Knebbeworthe, 5s. To a blind woman, a harper, 7s. 6d. 9th. To a Frenchman, that my lord of Norfolk brought to the King into the garden at Waltham, 7l. 10s. 10th. To a servant of Mr. Worsley, for bringing figs of Portugal and biskettes, 10s. 11th. To my lord of Norfolk, for Barley the priest, 10l. 20th. To Olyver, one of the keepers of the forest of Waltham, 6s. 8d. 22nd. To Cornelys Hayes, at Havering, 100l. To Nowell de la Sala, one of the minstrels, in prest, 13l. 6s. 8d. 23rd. To a poor woman that the King healed at Havering, 7s. 6d. To John, keeper of Henawde, 7s. 6d. 24th. To the keeper of Havering park, 7s. 6d. To Chr. Coo, for 2 curtalles of brass, 26l. 13s. 4d. 25th. To the schoolmaster of Powles, for the board, washing, and learning of a scholar of the King's, called Francis, from Christmas to Michaelmas, 9l. 4s. 6d. Paid to the wife, when the King shot at a tame buck in the forest of Waltham, 7s. 6d. 26th. To Serjeant Rolte and Old Stoner, rangers of Waltham forest, and to 6 keepers there, 67s. 6d. 27th. By way of alms, to the burying of Davy the footman, who died at Richmond, 15s. 31st. To Jas. Hobart, for bringing marmalade, oranges, and pomegranates to the King to Greenwich, 40s. Total, 347l. 12s.
f. 89 b. November.—2nd. To my old lady of Oxford's servant, for bringing cheeses, 22s. 6d. 8th. To Barba John and Peter Maria, Shakbuttes, departing into their country, 20l. To a poor woman, to redeem her husband out of prison, 10s. To Rede, the baily of Greenwich, for 4 persons banished the town for 7 weeks, 28s. 8th. To Antony Toto and Bartilmewe Penne, for their livery coats, 45s. 9th. To the clerk of the closet, for money bestowed in charity at Our Lady of the Pewe, &c., 8l. 1s. 8d. To the Mylloner (Milanese), for a knife for the King, 40s. 10th. To a servant of lord Cobham's, for bringing shovelards, 4s. 8d. 14th. To a friar, 22l. 10s. To the King's watermen, for waiting 1 day to Blacwalle, and 2 days from Greenwich to Westminster, 32s. To a Scot called Thom Scot, 20l. 16th. To the dumb man, for bringing a sturgeon, 40s. 23rd. To Tibbes of Deptford, for making the way in Pekham Lane, against the King should ride that way, 6s. 30th. Reward to a gentleman of Almayn, 300 cr. = 70l. Total, 525l. 16s. 4d.
f. 92 b. December.—4th. To Cornelys Hayes, 100l. 9th. To John Cryspin, jeweller, 460 cr. of the sun = 84l. 14th. To Basyng, purveyor of the King's wines, for the discharge of the ship and the mariners, 100l. 14th. To John Skut, for making apparel for lady Anne, 28l. 6s. 4d. 15th. To my lord of Norfolk, for money given by him, at the King's commandment, to the earl of Anguisshe at his departing from Greenwich, 66l. 13s. 4d. To the keeper of the abbot of Waltham's park, 7s. 6d. 18th. To a servant of Mr. Treasurer, for bringing a wild boar's head, 4s. 8d. 20th. To Nic. Clampe (falconer), for going to the land of Spruce, 56s., besides 20l. which he had at his departing. 20th. For cotton lining for the King's boat, 20s. 25th. To the baily of Greenwich, to reward the women who were banished the town for sickness, 9s. 4d. 26th. To Antony Ansley, for costs of tennis play for six days, 40s. To my lady Princess, to pass the time in Christmas, 20l. To lady Margaret Douglas, 6l. 13s. 4d. To Sir Wm. Pounder, 4l. 13s. 4d. 27th. To Adyngton, the skinner, for work and stuff for lady Anne, 40l. 15s. 8d. 28th. Reward to Walshe, a servant of the Queen's, 20s. 29th. To a servant of mine old lady Guldeford, for bringing lamprey pies, 10s. To Alexander the ryder, 40s. To a servant of Sir Wm. Gammage, for bringing a red deer, 9s. 4d. Total, 620l. 19s. 9d.
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January, ao xxiii.—4th. To Baptist Lemane and Christopher the Myllaner, for jewels, 2,270 cr. = 529l. 13s. 4d. To Alard, the jeweller, for jewels, 4,511 cr. 4d. = 1,052l. 11s. 8d. To Hubert Moret, for jewels, 242 cr. = 56l. 9s. 4d. 5th. To Mathewe Bernard, merchant stranger, for so much money delivered to Dr. Benet, 3,000 cr. = 700l. 7th. To Wm. Forde, for collars and muzzles for the King's mastiffs, 10l. 17s. 10d. To Rogers, for 15 games which the King lost to him at tennis at 40s. a game. 8th. To Mr. Weston, for 2 games at tennis, 4l. To the schoolmaster of Powles, for the charges of Geo. Fraunces, the King's scholar, 3l. 10s. 10th. To one that brought 3 cranes, 2 bustards, and 3 geese, 4s. 8d. To the Serjeant Bearward, 40s. 11th. To the abbot of Gloucester's servant bringing baked lampreys, 10s. To the fellow with the dancing dog, 20s. 13th. To lord William, won of the King at shovillabourde, 9l. 15th. To Antony Toto, painter, 20l. 18th. To the bookbinder, for bringing books from Hampton Court to York Place, 4s. 8d. 20th. To the French clockmaker, for two clocks 35 cr., and 20 cr. reward = 12l. 16s. 8d. 23rd. To a physician that went to my lord of Richmond, 40s. 24th. To my lord of Rocheforde, won of the King at shovillabourde and betting at the game, 45l. 25th. To Mason, the King's scholar in Paris, exhibition for one year, 6l. 13s. 4d. To Domyngo, that he won of the King at gaming, 70l. 26th. To a servant of the abbot of Ramsay's, for bringing books, 40s. 31st. To Wm. Hollys, alderman of London, for a remnant of cloth of gold, 15l. 10s. Total, 3,043l. 9s. 5d.
f. 100. February.—1st. To Dr. Yakisley and another physician, 4l. To my lord of Wiltshire, for a physician called Dr. Nicholas, 20 angels, 7l. 10s. 5th. To a servant of Mr. Coffyn's, for bringing a stag to the King at Westminster, 20s. 9th. To an Almayn for bringing a lion to the King, 6l. 13s. 4d. 10th. To a servant of Dr. Chambres, for bringing hens, 4s. 8d. 13th. To a servant of the Chief Baron, for bringing a buck, 6s. 8d. 14th. To John Fitzwater, for keeping the clock at Hampton Court, 27s. 8d. 15th. To Asamus, the King's armourer, for trimming his Grace's gown, 27s. 10d. 16th. To lord Rocheford, upon his bill that he won of the King at shovillabourde, 36l.; and on the 22nd, 5l. 12s. 6d. 29th. To the proctor of Jesus Yelde, 6s. 8d. Total, 323l. 2s. 6d.
f. 102 b. March.—To one of the guard towards St. David's feast, 40s. 6th. To the norice and the mydwif of Sir Nicholas Harvy chielde, 3l. 6s. 8d. 8th. To a servant of the duke of Ferrers, for bringing a cast of falcons to the King at Westminster, 23l. 6s. 8d. 17th. To Cycile, a widow, for 7 "cloke cases," 8l. 15s. 19th. To Chr. Mylloner, for 3 men that made a table of wood, 5l. 25th. Reward to one that took up a lanner that had been lacking a whole year, 10s. 26th. Reward to the Sub-dean of the chapel and his company, 22l. 3s. 9d. 30th. To my lady Princess, 10l. To her physician, 26l. 13s. 4d. Total, 318l. 16s. 5d.
f. 105 b. April.—2nd. To 9 poor men whom the King healed, 3l. 7s. 6d. 3rd. To Cutberde, the King's apothecary, from Sept. to March, 38l. 5th. To Jas. Hobart, for bringing oranges, dates and other pleasures, 22s. 6d. 6th. To Poule that keepeth the Barra horse, for his board for three months, 20s. For a bathe for the same horse, 7s. 2d. Reward to Awdeley, the King's servant, 40s. 7th. To Domyngo, 200 cr. lost to him at play at Westminster, 20 Feb., 46l. 13s. 4d. 8th. To John Scot, making gear for the King's fool, 30s. 9th. To a servant of Lady Sydenor's, for bringing orange pies to the King at Greenwich, 5s. 10th. To a Northern man that came from lord Dacres of the North, 40s. To another Northern man, for bringing a boy to the King from lord Dacres, 3l. 6s. 8d. To the keeper of Greenwich park, for keeping the fowl in the garden, weeding, &c., 4l. 10d. To the keeper of the tennis play, for the costs at tennis 4 days, 26s. 8d. 11th. To one Garotte's wife and Hen. Hadstone, banished from the town, 25s. 12th. To one Cowley, in reward for bringing a prisoner from Stafford, 40s. 13th. To one that came from lord Barnes, 40s. 16th. To the King's watermen for waiting with the great barge from Greenwich to Westminster with 17 men, 11s. 8d. 19th. To my lord of Wiltshire, won by him and lord Rocheford at bowls from the King and Mr. Baynton, 9l. 21st. To one that gave the King an instrument, 40s. 20th and 22nd. To lord Rocheford and lord Wiltshire, won at bowls, 32l. 5s. 25th. To John Crispin, jeweller, of France, for jewels, 1,000 cr. of the sun = 233l. 6s. v[iij]d. 26th. To Key's servant, for bringing a hawk to the King at Greenwich, 7s. 6d. 28th. To Mr. Bryan, won at bowls, 9l. 30th. To my lord of Wiltshire, won at bowls, 13l. 10s. Total, 846l. 17s. 7d.
f. 110. May.—1st. To my lord of Norfolk, won at bowls on 27 April, 21l. 8th. To lady Sydenaye's servant, for bringing baked quinces to the King at Westminster, 6s. 8d. 10th. 6 loads of oats for the deer in Greenwich park, at 6s. 6d.; and 14 loads of hay, at 4s. 10d. 12th. To Edmond Astyll, for making the new wall upon the new ditch at the Blac Hethe, 22s. 13th. To the proctors of St. Sepulchre's yelde, 13s. 4d. 14th. To Mr. Foster, to give in reward for the christening of Sir Wm. Pounder's child, 3l. 6s. 8d. To Asmus, the armourer, for garnishing 86 books, 34l. 10s. To the priest at Hunsdon, for the tithe of the two parks, 30s. To Mr. Garneys, for the King's offering to Our Lady of Walsingham, 7s. 6d. 15th. To a servant of the bp. of Exeter, for bringing money to the King, 40s. To a woman that gave the King chickens at Greenwich, 6s. 8d. 16th. To Thos. Asheley, servant to lady Anne Rocheford, for 32 Flemish ells of gold arras, 74l. 13s. 4d. 18th. To Vincent Quenay, a clockmaker, 11l. 8s. 8d. 20th. To Nycolas Curcean, a clockmaker, 5l. 3s. 22nd. To the sergeant of the cellar, that he won of lady Anne at bowls, and paid by the King's commandment, 12l. 7s. 6d. 31st. To 16 of the King's watermen, for waiting on my lady Anne to Durisme House, 7s. 6d. Total, 273l. 19s. 9d.
f. 113. June.—1st. To a woman who brought beans and chickens to the King at Eltham, 7s. 6d. 2nd. To Dompne Peter Tremezin, who rode two horses at once, 100 cr. To Jacson, the hardwareman, for 2 scarlet night bonnets delivered to Wm. a Brereton, 4s. 5th. To Robt. a Lee, for making the bowling alley at Eltham, 4l. 4s. 8d. To Vincent Ans, a Frenchman, for jewels bought at Eltham, 600 cr. of the sun = 140l. 7th. To Master Hennage, that he gave to a poor woman to obtain her and her husband's freedom in London, 26s. 8d. 12th. To the watermen for waiting with the great boat when the fish was hunted at Greenwich, 7s. 6d. 12th. To Guilliam, for pelletts for the stone bow, 5s. 4d. To Vincent Annys, for jewels, 1,000 cr. of the sun. To a man for bringing Lantony cheeses, 20s. 13th. To John Node, for bringing a stag to the King at Eltham, 7s. 6d. To Sir Wm. Pykering, won at coursing in Eltham park, 45s. To Ambros, painter to the queen of Navara, for bringing a picture to the King, 20 cr. To my lady Princess, 10l. 16th. 12 yds. of black satin for a cloak for lady Anne, 4l. 16s.; black velvet for edging and lining, and black and Bruges satin for lining, 4l. 18s. 8d. 17th. 13 yds. of black satin for a nightgown for lady Anne, at 8s., and taffeta, velvet and buckram for lining. 16½ yds. of green damask, at 8s. a yd., delivered to John Skut for lady Anne's use. 18th. To a Frenchman, for bringing a brace of greyhounds from the French king to the King at Eltham, 20 cr. of the sun. 20th. To a servant of my lord of Kildare, for presenting a couple of hobyes to the King at Greenwich, 40s. 21st. To a servant of Mr. Norrys, for bringing a black gelding to the King in Eltham park, 20s. To Master Ratcliffe, a scholar at Cambridge, 40s. 22nd. To a servant of Mr. Cromewell, for bringing sucado and marmalado to the King at Eltham, 15s. To a servant of the abbot of Glastonbury, for bringing a young horse and a nag, 40s. 28th. To Andrew Mancyon, for 2 antikes which he brought to the King at Eltham, 20 cr. = 4l. 13s. 4d. To my lord of Rocheford, won from the King at the pricks and by betting, 16l. in angels = in money current 18l. To Antony Kingston, for 8 shots of 3 angels a shot which he won of Thos. Cary shooting on the King's side, 9l. To a servant of the mayor of London, for bringing a sturgeon to the King to Eltham, 30s. 29th. To Wm. Browne, won by him and others of the King and his match at the pricks and by bets in Eltham Park, 132l. 15s. Total, 736l. 12s. 9d.
f. 118. July.—2nd. To Thos. Alvarde, for the buildings at Westminster, 2,000l. To the taker of rats at Greenwich, 30s. 2nd. To John Rolte, repairs of the house at Eltham, 12l. 6d. 4th. To one that brought chickens to the King at Waltham, 7s. 6d. 18th. To Roger Basyng, for wines, 1,500l. To the schoolmaster of Paul's, for the exhibition of Geo. Fraunces, 7l. 5s. 20th. To Chr. Morys, gunner, Cornelys Johnson, the master smith, and Hen. Johnson, riding to Portsmouth to view the ordnance there, at 10s. a day, 5l. 20th. To Pety John, for a countryman of his who gave the King a tree of wax at Westminster Place, 40s. 21st. To my lord George's servant for bringing nightingales to the King, 10s. To Old Stonar of Waltham Forest, and three keepers, 30s. To David Vanrykeston, servant to Sir Laurence Stabar, for bringing letters to the King, 40 cr. = 9l. 6s. 8d. 23rd. To a servant of Mr. Spenser, who brought a greyhound to the King at Antyll, 7s. 6d. 26th. To Browne, the merchant, for money won of the King at shooting, 22l. 10s. 28th. To the keepers of Antyll and Brombery parks, 22s. 6d. 29th. 10 men drawing the King's ponds at Antyll, 8d. a day each. To the smith who carries the locks about with the King, 7s. 6d. 31st. To a monk who brought the King a letter in a purse to Grafton, 20s. Total, 8,007l. 9s. 11d.
f. 124. August.—4th. To Lord Ferrers' servant, for bringing an angle rod to the King at Grafton, 15s. 5th. To the keepers of Anslope park, Pottersbury and Hartwell park, and the lieutenant of Whitylwod, the keepers of the Shrubbes and Grafton park, and the lieutenant and keepers of the forest of Sawcy, 4l. 6th. To a servant of Lord Leonard's for bringing a hound, 20s. To the keeper of Master Spencer's park, 6s. 8d. To the keeper of the house of Buckingham, 7s. 6d. 10th. To a servant of Sir Robt. a Lee, for bringing a hound to the King at Woodstock, 7s. 6d. 11th. To Master Dean of the King's chapel, the ordinary reward for the chapel feast, 40s. 12th. To Wm. Colyns, the frantyke man at Woodstock, 4l. 13s. 4d. To the King to play at dice at Woodstock, 100 cr. = 23l. 6s. 8d.; and the same sum paid to Bryan on the 12th and 14th, won from the King at dice. 14th. To Dr. Chamber, for the scholars of Oxford, 56l. 13s. 4d. To Antony Desseforte, a French merchant, for hangings, &c., 70l. 15th. To the children of the New College of Oxford, 7s. 6d. 16th. To the controller and keepers of Woodstock park, 20s. 16th. To a servant of John Williams, for bringing 4 whelps of Gyngelles kind to the King, 7s. 6d. 17th. To a servant of Lady Russel's, for bringing a stag and greyhound to lady Anne, which she gave to the King, 40s. 17th. To the King at Langley, to play at dice, 100 cr. 24th. To the keepers of Cornbury park, Langley Park, Whichewod forest, and Whitney chase. 25th. Reward to the earl of Anguisshe, at Abingdon, 100l. To Sir Ric. Tempest, 10l. 26th. To the keeper of Newelme Park, 20s. To the French queen's sackbuts, 28s. To a servant of Sir Symonde Harcourte, bringing a brace of greyhounds to the King at Newelme, 7s. 6d. To an Italian, for presenting the King with a melon at Abingdon, 5s. 28th. To a servant of the abbot of Reading, bringing wood knives to the King at Reading, 7s. 6d. To Mr. Weston, won from the King at dice at Langley, 200 cr. To Floure, for repairs at Woodstock, 60l. To. Hen. Byrde, for making pricks at Antyll and Grafton, 6s. 8d. 31st. To Thos. Briges, for repairs at Langley, 60l. To the keeper of Cawsham park, 7s. 6d. To a poor woman whom the King healed at Langley, 7s. 6d. To Chapman of Hampton Court, for bringing pears to the King to Windsor, 6s. 8d. Total, 645l. 15s. 1d.
f. 129. September.—2nd. To my lord of Norfolk, to give to a Scotch ambassador at Windsor, 50 cr. = 11l. 13s. 4d. 5th. To Welshe, the gardener of Greenwich, for bringing filberts and cucumbers to the King at Windsor, 6s. 8d. 6th. To Mr. Gifford, won of the King shooting, 4l. 10s. 8th. To the Master of the horses, for horses bought for the King, 53l. 10th. To one that gave the King a mastiff that was a carrier, 20s. 11th. To the smith, for bolts and rings to the King's chamber door all the time of the progress, 40s. 12th. To my lord William, in reward., 40l. To a Frenchman, for looking-glasses and dart-heads, 4l. 13s. 4d. 16th. Rewards to the keepers of the great and little parks at Windsor, Mote park, and the ferryman at Dochet ferry, 3l. 15s. Reward to Joungevello, one of the French minstrels, 10s. To the clockmaker at Windsor, 26 cr. 17th. To the queresters of Windsor, in reward for the King's spurs, 6s. 8d. 18th. To Chapman of Hampton Court, for bringing pears to Charsaye, 7s. 6d. To the keeper of Woking park, 7s. 6d. 19th. To Mr. Parker, of the Robes, for stuff delivered to Geo. Taylor for my lady marques of Pembroke, 30l. 18s. 10d. 21st. To the gardener of Richmond, for bringing grapes and pears to the King to Hampton Court, 7s. 6d. 24th. Sending books to the King's bookbinder, 2s. Reward to the keeper of Honneworthe, 7s. 6d. 25th. To the two keepers of the parks at Hampton Court, the keeper of the new garden, and the ferryman, 30s. 27th. To Barnard's wife, for making 8 shirts for the King, 53s. 4d. 28th. To a servant of Fytton, for bringing a brace of greyhounds to the King at Greenwich, 6s. 8d. 29th. To a poor woman, for bringing rose water, 4s. 8d. To a woman that gathered for a church, 7s. 6d. To Morgan Wolf, merchant, for Parys work of gold, 75l. 11s. 10d. 29th. To the keepers of Eltham park, 15s. To a poor woman, for bringing pears and barburys, 4s. 8d. 30th. To the schoolmaster of Paul's, for Nic. Fraunces, 7l. 5s. Livery coats of three of the Vyalles, 3l. 7s. 6d. Total, 525l. 4s. 7d.
f. 134 b. October.—4th. To Wm. Locke of London, mercer, 152l. 4s. To Ric. Gressam, 308l. 12s. 6d. To —, jeweller, 303l. 6s. 8d. To Mr. Cromewell, 65l. 6s. 8d. To Tote, the painter, 12l. 10s. To Geo. Taylor, for silks for the lady marques of Pembroke, 56l. Fur for the same apparel, 38l. 10s. 10d. 5th. To Dr. Butts, for Dr. Thirlby, 10l. 5th. To the watermen, for serving his Grace to Westminster, 11s. 8d. 6th. To my lady Princess, 10l. An anchor, a cable, and a sail for the King's boat, 5s. To John Carter, for 18 men going with the King to Sheppey and coming again, 6 days, 6l. 18s. 6th. To Rede, baily of Greenwich, for the poor folk who were banished the town, 6l. 2s. To the King to play at primero with lord Rocheford and Mr. Bryan, 5l. 13s. 4d. To lord Rocheford, for a wager that he won of the King with a brace of greyhounds in Mote park, 45s. To John Rolte, for the fee of the leashe, 3l. 6s. 8d. To Hen. Byrde, for the fee of the bows, 3l. 6s. 8d. To Mason, the King's scholar at Paris, for one year, 6l. 13s. 4d. To Burdet, for carrying the King's horse to grysse, and for medicines, 3l. 6s. 8d. 8th. To a servant of the cardinal of Lorraine, 14l. To a poor woman that had the King's sickness, 7s. 6d. 7th. To Mr. Weston, won at imperiall, 6l. 13s. 4d. To the 2 keepers of Eltham park, 15s. To Thomas Foteman, to dispose in alms by the way towards Sheppey, 3s. 4d. 9th. To Pero the boy, 20s. Alms to a poor woman at Stone, 5s. Reward to Sir Wm. Pounder, 40s. 10th. To the keeper of Mr. Cheney's park, 7s. 6d. To his servants, 6l. 13s. 4d. 11th. To the waits of Canterbury, 7s. 6d. To the keeper of the house at Canterbury where the King lay, 7s. 6d. To Johnson, master of the King's barge, for serving the King to Sheppey, with 26 men, 11l. 6s. 8d. To John Carter, for serving the King to Sheppey with 18 men, 4 days, 3l. 12s. 12th. To one Renoll, for bringing bills assigned to Dover by the King's command, 23s. 4d. To a servant of my lord Warden, for bringing a porpoise and carps to Calais, 10s. To a servant of Sir John Nevell's, for bringing pasties of red deer to Calais, 7s. 6d. To Jacson, the hardware man, 1½ doz. of Spanish gloves, 7s. 6d. 14th. To Mr. Cromewell, for bowstaves, 5l. To a servant of the Great Master, for bringing grapes and pears to my lady Marques to Calais, 46s. 8d. To Cornelys, by the King's commandment, Mr. Cromwell knowing to what use it should be employed, 46l. 13s. 4d. 17th. Lost at dice with the duke of Norfolk, Palmer, and Domyngo, at Calais, 400 cr. = 93l. 6s. 8d. 19th. To Mr. Cromwell, 23l. 6s. 8d. 20th. To a Frenchman, for a chain for a girdle of gold, 3 oz. at 11 cr. 22nd. Lost at tennis at Boulogne to the card. de Larenno and Mons. le Guyse, 46l. 13s. 4d. Lost at dice to the said Cardinal, and the dukes of Norfolk and Suffolk, and the Great Master, 116l. 13s. 4d. 23rd. For a hat and plume for the King at Boulogne, 15s. 24th. To Mr. Cromwell at Boulogne, 3,000 cr. = 700l. 25th. To Mr. Ratclif, for 6 "forfet" horses and the children's expences, 13s. 4d. 26th. To the singers of the French King's privy chamber, in reward, 4l. 13s. 4d. 27th. To Parker, yeoman of the Robes, for doublets for the guard to wrestle in before the King and French king at Calais, 44s. 8d. 28th. To the French king's jester, 40 cr. To the singers of the card, de Larena, 20 cr. Total, 2,539l. 3s. 1d.
f. 139. November.—2nd. To Ric. Gibson, for masking gear when the King was at Calais 11l. 13s. 1d. 3rd. To a servant of the French king, for bringing hawks to the King, to Calais, 100 cr. To Alart Plumer, jeweller, for jewels bought at Calais 7,496 cr. 3s. 4d. Lost at dice in Calais to Domyngo and Palmer, 100 cr. 5th. To Latronet, for jewels, 1,000 cr. To Symon Quanden, jeweller, 1,530 cr.=357l. 5th. To Jenyns, the jeweller, 5,000 cr. To John de Grave, jeweller, 450 cr. 6th. To Skynner, for the fool's lodging and expenses at Calais, 7s. 6d. Reward to a servant of Lord Lisle, 10s. 7th. To the smith, for carrying locks with the King to Calais, 7s. 6th. 11th. Lost to the lady Marques of Pembroke at cards at Calais, 15s. To a child that the King healed of his sickness at Calais, 7s. 6d. 12th. To Mr. Treasurer, given in alms to a poor woman on the walls at Calais, 4s. 8d. To my lord Chamberlain, for the King's offering at Our Lady of Boleyn, 11s. 3d. For his offering at Our Lady in the Wall at Calais, 5s. For a boat to bring the King aboard, and then a land at Calais, 5s. To the King, to play at tables with Master Weston, 4l. 13s. 4d. 13th. For a boat to bring the King aboard the ship at Calais, 4s. 8d. 14th. The King's offering to Our Lady in the Rock at Dover, 4s. 8d. 15th. To the King, to play at tables with Robt. Seymore at Dover, 4l. 13s. 4d. 16th. Reward to the servant of the prior of Dover for bringing a present, 4s. 8d. To the pheasant breeder, 9s. 4d. 16th. In charity as the King rode to Sandwich, 4s. 8d. To the Friars at Sandwich, 15 cr. 17th. For a boat to bring the King over the water at Sandwich, 20s. 18th. To the keeper of lord Fyneux's house at Canterbury, 7s. 6d. To the abbot of St. Austeyn's servant, for bringing the King a book at Canterbury, 4s. 8d. 19th. To the wife of the Lyon in Sittingbourne, 4s. 8d. 20th. Lost by the King at Stone to my lady Marques, Mr. Bryan, and Mr. Weston, at Pope Julius's game, 9l. 6s. 8d. 23rd. Given in alms by the King as he came upon the way, 3s. 4d. 24th. To Wescote, Mr. Norrys's servant, for bringing a greyhound to the King at Eltham, 10s. 25th. To the priest, the pheasant breeder at Eltham, 2 cr. To Mr. Longe, for the expences of the falconers and the hawks which the French king sent to the King at Calais, 42s. 8d. Lost at Pope July game to the lady Marques and Mr. Bryan, 20 cr. 26th. Lost to the lady Marquess, Mr. Bryan, and Mr. Weston, at Greenwich, 80 cr. 28th. Lost at cards to my lady Marques at Greenwich, 50 cr. 29th. Annuity of the priest that singeth at the Rhodes, 40s. 30th. To a servant of old lady Oxford, for bringing cheeses to the King at Greenwich, 18s. 8d. To Mr. Nevell's son, toward his marriage, 10l. To a woman that would have given a popinjay to the King, 10s. To John Carter, for carrying the King to Westminster, with 11 men, 7s. 4d. Total, 3,954l. 7s. 9d.
f. 143. December.—1st. To John Carter, for serving the King with 17 men to the Tower of London, 11s. 4d. To 2 young children that had the King's sickness, 15s. 7th. Lost at cards and dice to Bryan and Weston, 50 cr. 9th. Lost at bowls to Bryan at Greenwich, 15l. Lost at imperiall to the serjeant of the cellar, 11l. 13s. 4d. 21st. Reward to Mr. Chamley at York Place, 3l. 6s. 8d. To Mr. Carew, for a reward given to the yeoman of the horse with my lady Marques, for bringing a horse to the King, 3l. Reward to Sir John, the organ maker, 40s. To Wm. Ilgrave, the King's broiderer, 257l. 5s. 4d. 22nd. To a servant of the marquis of Mantway, for bringing mares to the King at Greenwich, 46l. 13s. 4d. 24th. To Carter, for serving the King from Westminster to Greenwich, 11s. 8d. To my lady Princess, for the King's reward, 20l. To lady Margaret Douglas, 6l. 13s. 4d. 25th. To Parker of the Robes, for stuff which he bought of Locke and Barker for the lady Marques, 16l. 16s. 26th. To Sir Geo. Lawson, for bringing a horse, 40s. 28th. To the clerk of the closet, for money distributed to poor people and priests, 4l. 11s. 28th. To my lord of Norfolk, for so much paid by him to Mr. Vice-chamberlain at his going northward, 340l. 29th. To Ansley, for tennis balls six times, at Calais and Greenwich, 40s. Delivered to the King at night at Greenwich, 200 cr.=46l. 13s. 4d. Total, 961l. 10s. 6d.
Wages paid to falconers and hunters from Dec. 31, ao 20.
January.—To Hugh Harrys, Humfrey of the privy hounds, Christopher and Bryan Talbot, 10l. 16s. 6d.
February.—To Nicholas Clampe, Yardeley, and Parsons, the hen-taker, 10l. 19s. 8d.
March.—To the gardener of Windsor, Wm. Rutter; Edmund Lynde, the waterman; Elys, a falconer; John Evans; John Awod; John Notte, groom of the crossbows; Jasper, the gardener of Beaulie; Ph. and Nic. Clampe, Ric. Brandon, Haukyn, Walter, Hugh Harrys, Thos. of London, Chr. Hawte, Old Hugh, Robt. Shere; Crane, master of the children; Robt. Pury, the gardener at Wanstede; John Rede, keeper of the great garden at Beaulie; and Robt. Elton,—64l. 6s. 4d.
April, May, and June, 21 Hen. VIII.—To Bryan Talbot, Robt. Shere, Humfrey Raynezford, Hugh Harrys, John Evans, John Yardeley, Edmond Lynde, Humfrey the fawconer, the ten watermen, and Wm. Crane. [Total, 21l. 1s.]
Signed by the King at the end of each month. Pp. 296. Imperfect at beginning and end. Slightly mutilated.

Footnotes

1 The full text of this account is printed by Sir Harris Nicolas.
2 Blank in MS.
3 The entries between the † † are taken from a copy of the MS. by Peter Le Neve (Lansd. MS. 737, f. 109), as the page containing them has been lost from the original volume. The same MS. has been used to supply other passages which have been mutilated.