Appendix VII
Miscellaneous, 1679

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'Appendix VII: Miscellaneous, 1679', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 7: 1681-1685 (1916), pp. 1653-1665. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=83961 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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Miscellaneous, 1679

ESTIMATES AND ACCOUNTS, 1679.
Date.Nature and Substance of the Entry.Reference.
1679.A COMPUTATION OF THE CHARGE OF THE GOVERNMENT, 1679.Addit. MS. (British Museum) 17019, fo. 17.
 l.s.d.
Navy400,00000
Army and Garrisons182,00000
Tangier55,00000
Household110,00000
Buildings and repair [Board of Works]12,00000
Privy Purse30,00000
Intelligence4,00000
Treasurer of the Chamber25,00000
Great Wardrobe24,00000
[Band of Gentlemen] Pensioners6,00000
Robes5,00000
Jewel house3,00000
Ordnance [Office], ordinary and extraordinary60,00000
Pensions150,00000
Queen Consort40,00000
Ambassadors and Agents etc.20,00000
Foreign Ambassadors and presents10,00000
Judges12,00000
Courts at Ludlow: Masters of
Chancery and Request2,50000
Angel gold for Healing1,20000
Master of the Horse for [purchase of] horses2,00000
Master of the Stud50000
Creation money1,50000
Lord Privy Seal's diet1,40000
Liberates out of the Exchequer1,50000
Dormant privy seal30000
Chief officers of Falconry besides allowance for two casts of hawks1,00000
Harriers70000
Tents and toils50000
The Tower expense for prisoners76800
Keepers of game and forests1071510
 £1,161,9751510
AN ABSTRACT OF THE SUMS OF MONEY WHICH HAVE BEEN ACTUALLY PAID BETWEEN THE 27TH DAY OF MARCH, 1679, AND LADY DAY, 1684, TO THE RESPECTIVE TREASURERS OF THE NAVY OR THEIR ASSIGNEES UPON ACCOUNT OF THE NAVY AND VICTUALLING THEREOF.Ibid, f. 19.
Payments made after the 27th of March, 1679, upon tallies and registered orders of dates preceding that day, viz.:
 l.s.d.
out of the Customs: (anno 1679) 128,000l.; (anno 1680) 25,000l. Total, 153,000l. 
out of the Twelve Months' [part of the Eighteen Months'] tax: (anno 1679) 97,000l. 
out of the arrears of old taxes, 217l. 16s. 5d. Full total of the above250,217165
Payments made within the said five years by orders signed by the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury, viz. 
out of the Customs: (anno 1679) 203,739l. 8s. 0d.; (anno 1680) 178,992l. 11s. 7½d.; (anno 1681) 325,574l. 15s. 8d.; (anno 1682) 345,739l. 14s. 8d.; (anno 1683) 226,220l. 17s. 6d. Total1,280,2677
out of the Excise: (anno 1679) 44,697l.; (anno 1680) 12,980l. 18s. 7d.; (anno 1681) 8,000l.; (anno 1682) 2,000l. Total67,677187
out of the Hearthmoney: (anno 1679) 6,000l; (anno 1681) 4,529l. 1s. 7½d.; (anno 1683) 3,567l. 11s. 2d. Total14,09612
out of ditto [the Hearthmoney] for the [French war] debt of the Eastland Merchants cast up at Mich., 1679: (anno 1681) 18,419l. 10s. 3¾d. and 32,000l.; (anno 1682) 32,000l. and 34,000l. Total116,41910
out of Wine Licence money: (anno 1681) 345l.; (anno 1683) 2,000l. Total2,34500
out of the Queen's [Portuguese] portion: (anno 1679)1,71219
out of the Marquess of Winchester's orders: (anno 1680)5,59363
out of the East India Company's present to the King: (anno 1681) 8,600l.; (anno 1682) 10,750l.; (anno 1683) 5,250l.24,60000
out of the Seventeen Months' Assessments for the Thirty Ships: (anno 1679) 20,200l.; (anno 1680) 1,024l. 7s. 4d.; (anno 1681) 1,142l. 11s. 4d. (anno 1683) 500l. 11s. 11½d. Total22,86710
out of loans made at the Exchequer on credit of the revenues: (anno 1679) 161,279l. 11s. 0d.; (anno 1680) 123,916l. 15s. 7½d.; (anno 1681) 24,885l. 14s. 7d.; (anno 1683) 88,403l. 2s. 10d. Total398,4854
out of the order No. 86 on the Twelve Months' [part of the Eighteen Months'] tax assigned by Sir John James et al. (anno 1679)15,00000
Totals: anno1679677,84614 
Totals: anno1680347,507195 
"1681423,49613 
"1682424,489148 
"1683325,9423 
 2,199,283510 12
The medium of these five years is 439,856l. 13s. 2 1/10d.
AN ACCOUNT SHOWING WHAT DEBTS HIS MAJESTY OWED AT INTEREST ON THE 27TH DAY OF MARCH, 1679; EXCLUDING THE POSTPONED [FUNDED] DEBTS OF THE BANKERS et al.Addit. MS. (British Museum) 17019, fo. 21.
 l.s.d.
[the debt] on the Excise. 
to George Dashwood and partners [Farmers of Excise] for money by them advanced on the general farm [of the Excise] which commenced at Midsummer, 1677, the whole being recouped after the said 27th March, 1679250,000l.
to ditto, being lent 1678, Oct. 30, on the credit of the surplus [of the Excise]30,000
to ditto for so much advanced by them in part of 270,000l. advance money on the Excise farm commencing 1680, June 24, and disposed by order of the Earl of Danby [thus] viz.: to pay eight tallies struck 24 May, 1678, for the Forces, 58,352l. 9s. 6d. 
one tally dated 11 Feb., 1678–9, for the Household, 8,000l. 
part of a tally of 8,000l. of same date for same, 3,467l. 10s. 6d.70,000 
 350,00000
to the late sub-farmers of [the Excise of] Wales and the four Northern Counties for so much advanced on their first sub-farm13,80000
to Richard Kent and Charles Duncomb, esquires, on the Fifth part of the Excise; as per account of their payments subsequent to the said 27th March, 167987,97013
to sundry [persons] on tallies for the [Royal] Household. 
3 Dec., 167810000 
25 Feb. [1678–9]10000 
11 Feb. [_]4,35296 
Ditto8,00000 
Ditto20,00000 
Ditto1,45000 
14 Feb. [_]16,00500 
17 April [1678]15000 
14 May9,84232 
Ditto3,60000 
12 June27,35000 
21 Oct.26,75000 
18 Feb. [1678–9]53,80000 
 171,499128
[to sundry persons upon tallies for the] Forces 30 June, 16787,50000 
3 Mar. [1678–9]58,00000 
 65,50000
Total£688,769144
Memorandum: all the said sums amounting to this sum of 688,769l. 14s. 4d. have been actually paid out of his Majesty's revenue of Excise since the 27th of March, 1679, as may appear on the half yearly accounts of his Majesty's revenues kept by me [Sir Robert Howard, Auditor of the Receipt] wherein are expressed the particular time and sum of each payment vouched by the weekly certificates of the Commissioners and Comptroller of Excise ready to be produced.
Memorandum: also that besides this said sum on the 27th of March, 1679, there were charged in tallies on this revenue the sums of 37,500l. part of those [tallies] struck for the Forces 20 Aug., 1678, for the half year [expenditure of the Army] commencing 1678, June 30; and 35,000l. struck 18 Mar., 1678, for the New [Raised] Forces: in all 72,500l. which [tallies] were delivered by privy seal dated March, 1679–80.
Memorandum also: that the sum of 200,000l. was made payable, when the Earl of Danby was Lord Treasurer, to Sir John James and partners by orders registered on the Twelve Months' tax for paying off tallies on the Excise in course; of which sum they assigned away 99,000l. for his Majesty's use by order of the said late Lord Treasurer, pursuant to letters patent in that behalf. And as to the sum of 101,000l. residue thereof which was unassigned upon the said 27th of March, 1679, the same (excepting what is undermentioned) hath been applied over and above the payments out of Excise towards discharging the accounts of the said Sir John James and Company for the money by them advanced before the 27th March, 1679, or for the interest or gratuity thereof. So it is to be understood that no part of this sum of 101,000l. hath satisfied any of the tallies comprehended within the said sum of 688,769l. 14s. 4d. or been applicable to the support of any his Majesty's affairs other than the satisfaction of the said Sir John James and Company as aforesaid, excepting only 15,000l. assigned for the Navy, 3,500l. for money lent by Mr. Johnson to his Majesty and 3,128l. to Mr. Guy, who received and paid back the same into the Exchequer: which are all the assignments I can find to be made by them to his Majesty's proper use out of the said 101,000l. that remained as aforesaid.
Memorandum also: that 29,099l. 15s. 2d. was at—[sic] last due to Sir John James and Company for their general balance over and above the abovesaid payments out of the Excise and the Twelve Months' [part of the Eighteen Months'] tax.
[The debt] on the Customs.
 l.s.d.l.s.d.
To Richard Kent and Charles Duncomb, esquires, for so much by them advanced at interst and gratuity to the persons undernamed by direction of the Earl of Danby and comprehended in their interest account for the quarter ended at Lady day, 1679, viz.: 
to Anthony Stephens [for the] Navy 27 April, 167710,00000 
ditto, 12 May11,20000 
ditto, 14 May7,00000 
ditto, 15 May1,80000 
ditto, 20 July15,00000 
ditto, 26 Sept.5,00000 
ditto, 15 Nov.5,00000 
to John Tregagle 13 July [for purposes as below]10,00000 
ditto, 11 Sept. [1677]10,00000 
ditto, 1 Feb. [1677–8]9,00000 
ditto, 12 June, 16782,220170 
to the Duke of Monmouth 21 [_]2,752193 
to Sir Leo Jenkins, 28 [_]2,445135 
to Sir William Temple, 2 July2,68300 
to Sir William Godolphin, 1 Oct. and 24 Oct.5,84200 
to Lawr. Hide, 6 Sept.867124 
to the Wardrobe, 1 Oct.5,60000 
to Mr. Legouch, 9 [_]2,00000 
to Mr. Mountague 9 [_]1,473210 
to the Navy, 6 Nov.2,50000 
to Sir Leo Jenkins, 6 Nov.1,30000 
to Sir Edw. Wood, 6 Nov.91000 
to Sir Richd. Bulstrode, 8 and 15 Nov.45500 
to Sir Peter Wyche, 10 Nov.27300 
to Mr. Meredith, 12 Nov.48200 
to Mr. Soames, 5 Dec.45500 
to Sir M. Westcomb, 5 Dec.36400 
to the Duke of Monmouth, 10 Dec.2,50000 
to Mr. Kent et al., 25 Dec.3,57655 
to the Treasurer of the Chamber, 11 Feb. and 21 Mar.10,00000 
to the Earl of Sunderland, 15 Feb. and 17 Mar.2,742172 
to Mr. Skelton, 7 [? Mar.]1,98500 
to Mr. Meredith, 21 Feb.18200 
to Sir R. Bulstrode, 22 [_]227100 
to the Privy Purse, 25 [_]3,00000 
to Sir Edwd. Wood, 25 [_]1,49876 
to Mr. Chudleigh, 26 [_]36400 
to Sir Leo Jenkins, 27 [_]1,30000 
to Mr. Brisbane, 1 Mar.38900 
to the Navy, 1, 5 and 24 Mar.15,00000 
to Mr. Savile, 7 [Mar.]1,08000 
 160,469411
[Memorandum:] whereas it may be said that the above four sums advanced to Mr. Tregagle, making 31,220l. 17s. 0d. were for buying of tin which [tin fund] was left to repay the same, 'tis answered that this sum ought nevertheless to be brought into this account of debts owing by his Majesty at interest on 27 Mar., 1679, for that the same appears to be then due to Mr. Kent and Mr. Duncomb and interest and reward was afterwards paid for the same out of the revenue.
Memorandum: that Mr. Kent in his account of Customs was allowed 10,000l. towards repayment of the said money advanced.
And memorandum: that Mr. Bertie in his late account (within the sum which passed for secret service) had allowance for moneys by him paid to the Earl of Danby by the King's order out of the proceed of tin.
Memorandum: also that in the account of his Majesty's debts at interest at Michaelmas, 1684, there is comprehended 8,000l. advanced by Mr. Duncomb to buy tin to make farthings, although the farthings will more than repay that 8,000l.; which makes the reason for inserting this 31,220l. here to be the stronger.
 l.s.d.
[Debt owing] to the East India Company, remainder of their debt for money lent and saltpetre [supplied to the King] as per account of their payments subsequent to the 27th Mar., 167966,083105
Total debt on the Customs226,552154
Memorandum: there were tallies struck on the Customs for 52,000l. for the Forces, bearing date the 18th of March, 1678–9, which carried on the service for the quarter ending at Midsummer, 1679, and are not comprehended on these accounts.
[The debt] on the Hearthmoney.Addit. MS. (British Museum) 17019, fo. 22b.
 l.s.d.
to John Perry and Edward Buckley [being the unsatisfied remainder or] rest of 125,000l. by them advanced and [re]payable [to them] by detainer on 19 Sept., 167937,50000
money which they advanced to Sir Phillip Lloyd1,20000
money advanced by Antho. Rowe and partners, [as] part of [their Hearthmoney farm advance money] of 150,000l.148,81241
 £187,51241
The debt of the Eastland Merchants.
 l.s.d.
[owing from the King] to the creditors of the Navy [for stores advanced to the Navy] upon account of a war against the French King116,94610
[similarly owing] to the creditors of the Ordnance upon account of ditto69,6397
 £186,58517
[The debt] on [the] Wine Licences.
 l.s.d.
to Nathaniell Curzon, esq., et al. for the [unsatisfied remainder or] rest of 20,000l. which they advanced as per account of 25 Mar., 16795,21414
to Nathaniell Curzon, Robert Ryves et al. for more by them advanced on tallies according to account delivered to the Auditor7,8665 
interest for same to 25 Mar., 1679, per account66750 
 8,53310
 £13,7471111½
Other particulars which were owing at interest the 27th March, 1679, and were under the postpone, but are here inserted because interest hath been usually paid for them since that time and they are included in the account of debts at interest owing 29 Sept., 1684, viz.:
 l.s.d.
to Mr. Warner, Master of the [King's] Barges, for [the purchase from him of] a house at Greenwich1,25400
to Major Brett; on an Exchequer order2,00000
to Col. Buller on the like3,4361610¼
to Sir John Lethulier on the like1,50000
 £8,1901610
Total [of debts].
 l.s.d.
on the Excise688,769144
on the Customs226,552154
on the Hearthmoney187,51241
Eastland Merchants' debt186,58517
on Wine Licences13,7471111½
other particulars aforesaid8,1901610¼
 £1,311,3590
Besides the advance money etc., which was on the Irish revenue, [on] the Four and a Half per cent. duty at Barbados and the Leeward Islands and on the Law [Duty] farm, of which the account is not yet adjusted.
 l.s.d.
The said total of debts at interest on 27th Mar., 1679, is1,311,3590
the total of the debts at interest on 29th Sept. 1684, as per account thereof is609,19817
so the debts at interest are lessened in 5½ years by702,16027
The interest of this exonerated sum of 702,160l. 2s. 7d. at 8 per cent. is 56,172l. 16s. 0d. per an. and at 6 per cent. is 42,129l. 12s. 0d. per an.
A PARTICULAR OF HIS MAJESTY'S DEBTS 31 MARCH, 1679.Addit. MS. (British Museum) 17019, fo. 25.
 l.
To the Navy, 557,233l. debt; and 150,000l. for the enlarging the dimensions of the Thirty Ships: against which are tallies and assignments of 140,248l. leaving a remain of debt unassigned of566,985
Besides this debt the ships now in pay by estimate come to 18,024l. per month.
to the Ordnance, 293,050l. debt against which are tallies and assignments of 50,833l. leaving a remainder of debt unassigned of242,217
to Tangier [garrison]: debt42,900
to the Forces and to the Household: these debts are all assigned on funds
to the Privy Purse: about 23,000l. debt; against which are tallies and assignments of 8,707l. leaving a remainder of debt unassigned of14,293
l.
to the Works: 39,478l. debt; against which are tallies and assignments of 6,500l. leaving a remainder of debt unassigned of32,978
to the Treasurer of the Chamber, debt35,000
to the Stables, debt12,536
to the Wardrobe, debt 47,516l.; against which are tallies and assignments of 6,573l. leaving a remainder of debt unassigned of40,943
to ambassadors: most of these debts are placed on funds.
to the Robes: debt5,000
to the Tents and Toils; debt (this is supposed to be an extravagant account)29,047
to the Tower expense, claimed by Sir John Robinson, about8,000
to the Secretary of State; debt, 6,024l.: against which are tallies and assignments of 3,000l. leaving a remainder debt unassigned of3,024
to the Queen and Duke [of York]9,050
to salaries and pensions by estimate, about200,000
£1,229,437
TOTAL OF THE [CURRENT AND UNFUNDED] DEBT 31 MARCH, 1679.Addit. MS. (British Museum) 17019, fo. 27.
l.
Debt by tallies on the three great branches of the revenue [viz. Customs, Excise and Hearthmoney]1,090,757
debt by money advanced on the farm of Excise and Hearthmoney400,000
debt to offices etc., for which no funds are yet assigned1,229,437
£2,720,194
There will come in from Sir John James and partners 101,000l. of orders on the [Eighteen Months'] tax when their accounts shall be stated and their demands cleared.
'Tis alleged that the tallies do clear the old Troops to Midsummer [1679] by computation 55,000l.
There is tin deposited in Mr. Kent's hands to the value of 30,000l.
PENSIONS BY LETTERS PATENT CHARGED ON THE EXCISE, TOGETHER WITH WHAT IS IN ARREAR ON EACH OF THEM ON THE 25TH MARCH, 1679.Ibid, fo. 29.
Yearly sum.Arrear.
 l.s.d.l.s.d.
Sir William Killegrew (patent dated 10 Nov., 1665)5000012500
Duke of York (patent dated 18 Jan., 1670-1)24,000006,00000
William, Lord Crofts (patent dated 20 Sept., 1672)1,000003,00000
the Queen (patent dated 20 Dec., 1672)10,9721932,7434
Tho. Howard of Berks, esq. (patent dated 30 Dec., 1672)300007500
Lady Henr. Mar. Howard (patent of same date)200005000
Richard, Lord Byron, and Christopher Cratford (patent dated 30 May, 1673)5000012500
Duke of Monmouth (patent dated 18 June, 1673)8,000004,00000
Earl of Bath and Lord Hawley (patent dated 19 June, 1673)1,0000050000
Earl of Arlington (patent dated 21 June, 1673)2,000004,00000
Arthur, Earl of Anglesea (patent dated 15 Sept., 1673)3,000003,00000
Col. Francis Windham and heirs (patent dated 1 Oct., 1673)60000
Heneage Lord Finch etc. (patent dated 6 Dec., 1673)4,000002,30000
Edward Progers (patent dated 16 Feb., 1673–4)2000020000
Duke of Buckingham (patent dated 2 July, 1674)2,500005,00000
Visct. Ranelagh (patent dated 27 Aug., 1674)1,500002,25000
Lord Hatton (patent dated 24 Sept., 1674)1,000001,50000
the Queen (patent dated 9 Oct., 1674)1,236161 ½3094
Visct. Grandison etc. in trust for the Duchess of Cleveland etc. (patent dated 9 Oct., 16746,000003,00000
Col. Tho. Howard of Suffolk (patent dated 20 Oct., 1674)300007500
Earls of Southhampton, Euston and Northum-berland (patents dated 22 Oct. 1674) each 3,000l.9,000004,50000
Earl of Derby for indigent ministers in the Isle of Man (patent dated 10 April, 1675)1000010000
 £77,909154 ½£43,052810
AN ACCOUNT OF THE BRANCHES OF HIS MAJESTY'S REVENUES WHICH HAVE EXPIRED SINCE THE 27TH OF MARCH, 1679, WHEN THE SAID REVENUES WERE PUT UNDER THE GOVERNMENT OF THE RT. HONBLE. THE LORDS COMMISSIONERS OF HIS MAJESTY'S TREASURY.Addit. MS. (British Museum) 17019, fo. 31.
l.s.d.
The new impost on wines and vinegar, after it had been enjoyed by the Crown eleven years, determined on the 1st of Aug., 1681: which impost (notwithstanding the prohibition of French wines that commenced the 20th of March, 1677–8) amounted for the last three years of the [said] eleven years (as per Mr. Lytcot's accounts) to 344,621l. 5s. 1¼d. which by a medium is per an.114,873150
The Additional Excise on beer, ale and other liquors, which was enjoyed nine years, determined on the 24th of June, 1680: which Additional [Excise] was a Fifth of the whole duty: and the whole duty of Excise for the year ended 1680, June 24, being (as per the account) 686,640l. 9s. 0¼d., the Fifth part was137,32819 ½
The imposition on Proceedings at Law which endured for nine years expired the 1st of May, 1680, and was farmed at per an.20,00000
The Coinage duty for defraying the charge of the Mint began the 20th of Dec., 1666, and ended with the session of Parliament anno 1680, and was, per estimation per an. about10,00000
Total£282,201169 ½
WAGES [OF THE KING'S SERVANTS] CHARGED UPON THE TREASURER OF THE CHAMBER'S OFFICE.Ibid, fo. 33.
l.s.d.
New year's gifts, rewards and largesse50000
Lord Almoner50000
Clerk of the Closet800
Serjeant of the Vestry6000
six Trumpeters and one Serjeant46000
24 violins1,12612
five wind music232142
15 private music81476
26 footmen and one pensioner1,08000
four child riders63180
Falconers3631410
Cormorant keepers8400
Huntsmen1,985199 ½
three other hound keepers, one yeoman and two grooms79010
one yeoman of the leash, one groom and three children1200
one Master of the Tents and Toils and two yeomen173168
three foresters36100
Yeomen of Bows1850
Surveyor of the Dresser2776
Justice in Eyre beyond Trent10000
Yeoman Usher of the House of Peers109100
officers of the Jewel House, two yeomen and one groom158184
Wardrobe officers, one yeoman, two grooms, three pages and one clerk741134
officers of the bears [bulls and mastives], one master, one serjeant and one yeoman48128 ½
apothecary1126
repairer of the bridges and bogs in New Forest2000
the mistress laundress and seampstress2000
clockmaker39168
locksmith28142
marshal farrier25000
moletaker818
rat-killer1234
Bowling green keeper9150
Theatre keeper3000
Yeoman of the Revels46118
nursery man and pond keeper3000
Coffee bearer54150
14 Grooms of the Chamber to the King51100
four Grooms of the Chamber to the Queen14600
two Messengers to the Queen10000
five Gentlemen Ushers Daily Waiters to the King33368
eight Gentlemen Ushers Quarter Waiters to the King9600
14 Yeomen Ushers to the King99150
seven Yeomen Hangers to the King21000
two Groom Porter's men5000
two Bedgoers to the King4000
Waiters on his Majesty's Robes2000
two keepers of the rich coats of the Guard2400
five Gentlemen Ushers Daily Waiters to the Queen33368
seven Gentlemen Ushers Quarter Waiters to the Queen8400
seven Yeomen Ushers to the Queen49176
two yeomen hangers to the Queen6000
two yeomen attending her Majesty's beds4000
two yeomen attending her Majesty's Robes2000
[the King's and Queen's] Watermen, one master, 46 men and four pensioners18650
40 Messengers to the King and two clerks of the check [to said messengers]2,09500
Guard of his Majesty's Body, eight officers and 100 yeomen5,55000
Pensioners1,282185
£20,75891
[disbursements by] King and Council's warrants2,00000
[disbursements by] Lord Chamberlain's warrants2,50000
bills of allowance90000
gardening charges77000
ordinary allowances186134
apothecaries' bills1,53600
watermen's bills909150
Jewel House bills16000
farriers' bills for the hunting horses6000
£9,02286
l.s.d.
wages20,75891
bills and warrants9,02286
Lady Marshall [Mareschal]15000
£29,930177
AN ABSTRACT OF THE YEARLY CHARGE OF PROVISIONS OUT OF THE GREAT WARDROBE FOR HIS MAJESTY'S SERVICE, 31 MARCH, 1679.Addit. MS. (British Museum) 17019, fo. 35.
l.s.d.
Linen for his Majesty's royal person with sheets for his own bed, Tennis sheets, sheets for the Queen, liveries for his Majesty's Trumpeters, Drummers and Yeomen of the Guard and other constant provisions yearly made for their Majesty's service, about13,2061011
liveries payable to several of his Majesty's servants in money3,80002
Besides provisions of rich beds, hangings, carpets, counterpoints etc., for all his Majesty's houses and wardrobes, rich embroidered tilts for their Majesty's barges, furnishing yachts, furnishing houses for ambassadors, robes for the knights and officers of the Garter, Heralds' and Pursuivants' coats and other contingent charges about6,00000
Total£23,006111