Appendix II


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'Appendix II', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 16: 1700-1701 (1938), pp. 447. URL: Date accessed: 29 November 2014.


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Appendix II.

June 13.List of several persons (payable in the Office of the Treasurer of the Chamber) who are appointed to attend his Majesty into Holland this summer: see supra p.285.
Mr. Beaubuisson, Gentleman of the Bows and his assistant201150
Mrs. Ireland, Mistress Starcher134100
Mrs. College, Mistress Sempstress134100
Mrs. Lowman, Body [Linen] Laundress134100
three Grooms of the Robes each 53l. 16s. 0d.16180
Mr. Van Hulst, Clerk of the Robes134100
four Pages of the Bedchamber 67l. 5s. 0d. each269
the two barbers 67l. 5s. 0d. each134100
Mr. Erle and Mr. Chaplaine, Gentleman Ushers Daily Waiters134100
Mr. Rottermonds, Apothecary to the [King's] person100170
Mr. Jones, Apothecary to the [Royal] House[hold]125120
Mr. Van Loon, Serjeant Surgeon100170
Mr. Roujott, Surgeon to the [King's] person100170
Mr. Gardiner, Surgeon to the [Royal] House[hold]154176
ditto by 3 warrants: on medicines160
Mr. Sewell, Page of the Removing Wardrobe161180
two Grooms of the Chamber80140
Mrs. Verryt, necessary woman4070
Samuel Grice, Groom Porter's servant97190
John Rianney and — Clarke, Chamberkeepers80140
Mr. Merrit and Mr. Verheast, Deputy Knight Harbinger21540
John Douse and John Scourer, Yeomen Robegoers4070
Thomas Robinson, Yeoman Bedgoer4070
Mr. Van Cearsenberg and Mr. Williams, Yeomen of Robes6750
Mr. Thornburg, Chapel Closet Keeper11186
Disposition Book, XV, pp. 282–3.