Declared Accounts, 1704-5
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'Declared Accounts, 1704-5: Civil List', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 20: 1705-1706 (1952), pp. CCXLIII-CCXLVIII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=84774 Date accessed: 25 October 2014.


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Accounts : Cofferer of the Household.
Pipe 1868.
Francis Godolphin, Cofferer and Keeper of the Great Wardrobe of the Household.
From 1 April 1704 (to which day Lady Frances Bathurst, widow and executrix of Sir Benjamin Bathurst accounted for the said office) to 30 September 1705.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money received out of the Exchequer
under the privy seal of 25 May 1704 19,307 15
under the same 37,500 0 0
under the same 39,182 12
under the same 4,009 12
ditto received under the privy seal of 30 October 1705 14,690 7
assigned by virtue of an Act of Parliament held at Westminster 12 January 5 Eliz. [1563-4] and by like authority of an Act of Parliament held at Westminster 19 March, 1 James I [1603-4]
114,690 7
Discharge.
Foreign receipts
Money received of William Taylor for wages and expenses for 9 months from January 1704-5 to September 1705 15 0 0
Total charge £114,705 7
Discharge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Allowances and payments for the Household, diet and for the Stables from 1 April 1704 to 30 September 1705 viz.
in offic' Pistrin 1,081 0
Battill' et Cellar' 7,498 3 4
Gardrob' 15,305 13
Coquin' 38,270 3 4
Emptor' 6,511 5 0
Pullet' 5,053 11
Scutill' 3,570 10 11
Solsar' 511 3 10¾
Aul' et Camer' 1,216 16
Stabul' 17,375 9 7
96,393 19
Paid to several persons of the Household, Chamber and Chapel 5,396 9
Allowance for writing this accompt 31 10 0
Auditor's fee 45 0 0
Paid to divers creditors for expenses, provisions for the Maundy at Whitehall (73l. 8s. 9d.) ; victuals and other extraordinaries of the Household at St. James, Kensington and Windsor in May 1704 (377l. 12s. 1½d.) ; victuals in the progress and at Windsor in June 1704 (495l. 11s. 8d.) and in the offices of the Stables at Windsor (200l. 12s. 8d.) ; victuals in the progress and at St. James's, Kensington and Windsor in July 1704 (570l. 8s. 5¼d.) ; ditto in August 1704 (623l. 19s. 10d.) ; ditto at Windsor and Hampton Court in September 1704 (778l. 1s. 4¼d.) ; Stables at Windsor to 30 September 1704 (478l. 11s. 4d.) ; progress and victuals at Windsor and St. James and Kensington in October 1704 (561l. 16s. 3d.) ; ditto at St. James's in November 1704 (130l. 9s. 0d.) ; ditto at Windsor and St. James's in December 1704 (392l. 14s. 1¼d.) ; ditto at Windsor and Kensington from October to December 1704 (118l. 16s. 2d.) ; ditto at St. James's and Kensington in January 1704-5 (257l. 12s. 7¼d.) ; ditto at Windsor, Kensington and St. James's in February 1704-5 (283l. 8s. 7d.) ; ditto at St. James's and Kensington in March 1704-5 (176l. 9s. 6¾d.) ; ditto at Windsor and Kensington from January to March 1704-5 (1l. 10s. 0d.) ; the Maundy at Whitehall in April 1705 (72l. 19s. 8d.) ; victuals, etc. at St. James's and Kensington in April 1705 (166l. 10s. 3¼d.) ; ditto at Newmarket in April 1705 (1,292l. 11s. 9d.) ; ditto at St. James's and Kensington in May 1705 (340l. 0s. 4d.) ; ditto at Windsor and Kensington in June 1705 (624l. 18s. 11¾d.) ; ditto in removes to Windsor from April to June 1705 (265l. 17s. 11d.) ; victuals, etc. at Windsor, Kensington, etc. in July 1705 (601l. 4s. 5¼d.) ; ditto at Windsor in August 1705 (1,165l. 14s. 0¾d.) ; ditto at Winchester in August and September 1705 (1,144l. 10s. 11¾d.) ; ditto at Windsor and Kensington in September 1705 (473l. 0s. 0¾d.) ; stables expenses in removes to Windsor, Winchester, etc. from July to September 1705 (533l. 17s. 6d.) 12,554 19
Total allowances and payments £114,421 18
Remains 283l. 9s. 6d.
Declared 1 June, 5 Anne.
Declared Accounts.
Audit Office, Bundle 408, Roll 141.
John, Visccount FitzHardinge, Treasurer of the Chamber, account from 29 September 1704 to 29 September 1705.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Arrears : remains at the determination of his last account 22 0 10
receipts at the Exchequer on the privy seal of 31 May, 2 Anne 23,570 6
on ditto of 20 July, 4 Anne 156 0 0
on ditto of 15 November, 3 Anne 5,398 12
29,124 18 9
Total charge £29,146 19 7
Discharge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Salaries of several Officers of the Household
Lord High Almoner (Archbishop of York) for Daily Alms and Maundy 919 0 0
Serjeant Trumpeter (Wm. Shore) 100 0 0
Musicians 1,200 0 0
Clock and watchmaker (Thos. Herbert) 300 0 0
Officers of the Jewel Office 275 10 0
Moletaker (Thomas Fraizer) 8 1 8
Ratkiller (William Hester) 48 3 4
Coffer Bearers 54 15 0
Grooms of the Great Chamber 400 0 0
39 Messengers in ordinary 1,765 7
Clerks of the checque to the Messengers 199 10 0
48 Watermen and 7 pensionary 271 6 11
Groom porter (William Rowley and Thomas Archer, succeeding him) 540 10
Guard of the Body (Officers and 100 Yeomen of the Guard) 6,536 5 0
8 Yeomen Ushers 80 0 0
6 Yeomen Hangers 60 0 0
2 Bedgoers 20 0 0
Gentleman Usher 66 13 4
this accomptant as Treasurer of the Chamber 314 1 4
Comptroller of the Treasurer's accompts (Hugh Chudleigh) 150 0 0
Housekeepers and Wardrobe Keepers (Piercy Kirke at Whitehall, Daniel Child, ditto, Peter Hume at St. James's, Thomas Hall at Windsor, Jasper English at Hampton Court, Robert White at Richmond, James Marriott at the Privy Lodgings, Hampton Court, Theodore Randue at Windsor Castle) 2,038 0 0
Officers of the Removing Wardrobe 790 0 0
Physicians (Edward Hannes, Tho. Lawrence, Martin Lister, Sir David Hamilton) 1,150 0 0
Apothecary to the person (James Chace, Joseph Pitt) 478 4
Apothecary to the Household (Wm. Jones) 106 13 4
Surgeons (Charles Bernard, Thomas Gardiner) 676 13 4
Locksmith (Philip Harris) 18 5 0
Secretary to the Lord Chamberlain (Sir John Stanley) 60 0 0
Gentlemen of the Chapel (in lieu of deer) 20 0 0
Elizabeth Battersby rent of a passage out of the Privy Garden into Channell Row 3 10 0
Strewer of Herbs (Elizabeth Jux) 24 0 0
Historiographer Royal (Thomas Rymer) 200 0 0
Poet Laureate (Nahum Tate) 500 0 0
Joiner of the Privy Chamber (John Norris) 19 11 8
Court Drummers 92 9 10½
Allowances on royal warrants 1,165 0 0
20,251 12
Allowance on warrants signed by the Lords of the Privy Council and ditto by the Secretaries of State (stationery, Messengers' bills, etc.) 3,480 7 2
travelling charges of persons detailed in attending her Majesty, etc. upon warrants of the Lord Chamberlain 5,025 11
Money paid to James Chace for the rent of his house which was used as the Lord Chamberlain's Office for 3 years ending at Lady Day 1701 156 0 0
Ordinary allowances to the auditor and on the Declaration of this Account 216 13 1
Total payments and allowances £29,130 3 10¼
So this accomptant remains indebted 16l. 15s. d.
Declared 26 July 1706.
Declared Accounts.
Robes.
For the account for this year see p. ccxlviii of the Introduction to Vol. XIX of this Calendar.
Stables: Master Of The Horse.
For the account for this year see p. ccxlv of the Introduction to Vol. XIX of this Calendar.
Works : Anno 1705.
For this account see p. ccxlvi of the Introduction to Vol. XIX of this Calendar.
Declared Accounts.
Audit Office, Bundle 2366, Roll 136.
Ralph, Duke of Montagu, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe, account from 29 September 1704 to 29 September 1705.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Arrears : nil because in surplusage nil
Money received at the Exchequer on the privy seal of 31 March, 1 Anne 20,000 0 0
Total charge £20,000 0 0
Discharge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Surplusage at the foot of his last account 68,833 10 3
Payments for goods delivered and work done for the Great Wardrobe
John Kirke, consarcinatori, cloth for uniforms 1,605 15 9
William Portal, mercatori, the like 1,457 19 0
James Davison & Co., metaxariis, the like 1,104 16 10½
William Elliott, limbulario, the like 1,765 7
Sir Hy. Furness, merchant, the like 465 4 1
William Cupper, linteori, for cloth 4 0 0
William West, acupictori pro acupingend' unum pretiosum ordinem Garterii pro Domino Thesaurario Angliae, etc. 1,120 5 0
Carried forward £68,833 10 3
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 68,833 10 3
Thomas Carr, fimbriatori, for cloth of silver and gold, etc. 289 19
Richard Bealing, tapetiario for carpets 16 12 3
Hambden Reve, ditto 859 17 9
John Bee, caligario for shoes 72 1 6
John Packer, textori pro separal' peciis teniolae 81 0 0
Charles Sedgwick, pilioni pro separal' galeris [hats] 19 0 0
Samuel Carr, bibliopola for Bibles and Books of Common Prayer 264 9 9
Maria Chidleigh, millenaria pro lacinia pro collaribus 15 5 0
William Haddock, balteario pro cingulis et balteis 119 0 0
William Dixon, scissori for making tunics, etc. 100 0 0
Robert Petre, ditto 302 13 8
Richard Pigg, copsario [capsario] pro una cistula, etc. 211 1 0
Gerrit Jenson, capsulatori pro tabulis, speculis, etc. at St. James, Kensington, Hampton Court, Windsor 1,132 10 0
Elias de Ritt, valet scissor' Reginae for canvas, etc. 789 18 6
Moses Pujolas, principal' pellion' for robes 13 6 8
John Vanderbancque, valet' tapetiar' reginae, for repairing tapestries 777 16 9
Thomas Roberts, junctori for repairing furniture 355 5 6
William Van hulls, clerk of the Robes and Wardrobe 36 0 0
Charles Hanbury, clerk of the Checque satellitibus reginae 140 0 0
John Blow, Master of the Children of the Chapel 10 10 0
Henry Silvester, John Robinson, Barnet Gates, and Mathew Benson, four children of the Chapel, fitting out 35 18 4
John Smith, fibulatori pro fibulis 48 6 6
Thomas Waldron, lanceario, items for the Queen's Regiment of Horse 18 0 0
John Warner, master of the barges 9 7 0
William Portal, weighing gold and silver thread etc. 57 0 0
William Holmes, messenger of the Wardrobe, salary, rent of the office in York Buildings called the Great Wardrobe, coals etc. 120 8 8
John Chamberlain, fabro lignario 26 2
John Evans, laterario 13 12 7
George Hutchinson, expenses 5 12 0
George Backhouse, vitrario mending windows 2 4
William Browne, fabro ferrario 2 1 0
John Pauley, pro alterand' culinae camin' 9 5 0
Bridgett Horseman, cleaning the Office of the Great Wardrobe in York Buildings 21 0 0
John Serjeant, cursorio portatori 33 8 3
Joseph Bunting, portatio Magnne Guarderobae 26 11 0
13,869 12 7
Carried forward £82,703 2 10
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 82,703 2 10
Duke of Montagu, Master of the Great Wardrobe 2,200 0 0
Thomas Townsend, clerk of ditto 300 0 0
2,500 0 0
Liveries by letters patent
Charles Atherton, plumbar' reginae 2 0 0
Lestrange Symes, valet' de les maskes etc. 1 6 8
John Barnet and Joseph Richards, messengers of the Exchequer 2 8 0
William Wekett and Samuel Clarke, ditto 2 8 0
Grimling Gibbons, magistro Sculptor' 8 0 0
Richard Stacey, magistro Coementar' 5 3 4
John Vanbrugh, Comptroller of the Works 8 9 4
Benjamin Jackson 2 2 0
31 17 4
Liveries by special warrants
Thomas Townsend, clerk of the Great Wardrobe 30 19 8
Ralph, Duke of Montague [Master of the Great Wardrobe] 106 13 4
William Wallis, late Groom of the Privy Chamber to Wm. III 80 1 0
Sir Christopher Wren, Surveyor of the Works 31 12 6
Moses Pujolas, pellion' principal' Reginae 40 15 4
John Bonning, Robert Hemington, William Whitmore and Robert Barkham, Grooms of the Privy Chamber to Queen Anne 170 2 0
William Vanhulls, clerk of the Robes and Wardrobes : Edward Browne, John Foster, Gilbert Abrahall, Laurence Sascon, Hamnet Kirke and John Smith, pages of the Back Stairs 324 18 0
John Eccles, Master of the Music and 24 musicians 403 2 6
Elizabeth Atkinson, lotric' [washerwoman] Reginae ; Patrick Lamb and John Feverall, magistris archicoquis, Emanuell Hicks, magistro archicoquo hospitii Reginae, William West, Acupictori, Thomas Roberts, adjunctori and George Hutchinson, junior clerk of the Great Wardrobe 157 0 0
Henry, Earl of Kent, Domino Camer' Hospitii Reginae 133 12 0
1,478 16 4
Payments for the vestures and fees of several officers, detailed, of the Exchequer and Great Wardrobe 413 5 8
Ordinary allowances 9 12 4
422 18 0
Total payments and allowances £87,136 14 6
l. s. d.
and so this accomptant remains in surplusage at the determination of this account 67,136 14 6
Declared 29 June 1710.