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'Declared Accounts: Civil List', Calendar of Treasury books, Volume 32: 1718 (1962), pp. CLXXXVIII-CCXLI. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=85485 Date accessed: 01 August 2014.


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DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: MASTER OF THE HORSE.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1447, ROLL 30 [A.O.1/1447/30].

Francis Negus, Sole Commissioner for Executing the Office of Master of the Horse.

25 March 1717 to 31 March 1719.

Charge.£s.d.
Arrears: none, this being his first Accompt as Sole Commissionernil
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Easter term, 3 & 4 George I, by way of imprest and upon accompt, by General Writ of Privy Seal of 29 Sept. 1714 and Royal Sign Manual of 8 July 1717
1,30000
Michaelmas term, 4 George I, upon Accompt, by the same Privy Seal and Royal Sign Manual of 16 Oct. 17172,60000
the same term, ditto, by the same Privy Seal and Royal Sign Manual of 18 Jan. 1717–182,60000
Easter term, 4 & 5 George I, ditto, by the same Privy Seal and Royal Sign Manual of 22 April 17182,00000
the same term, ditto, by the same Privy Seal and Royal Sign Manual of 21 June 17181,00000
the same term, ditto, by the same Privy Seal and Royal Sign Manual of 3 Aug. 17182,00000
Michaelmas term, 5 George I, ditto, by the same Privy Seal and Royal Sign Manual of 8 Nov. 17182,00000
Easter term, 5 & 6 George I, ditto, by the same Privy Seal and Royal Sign Manual of 24 Feb. 1718–192,00000
the same term, ditto, in part of 2,800l. by the same Privy Seal and Royal Sign Manual of 11 June 17192,00000
Michaelmas term, 6 George I, ditto, in full of the same80000
the same term, ditto, in part of 2,000l. by the same Privy Seal and Royal Sign Manual of 19 Nov. 17191,341311
total charge and receipts£19,641311
Discharge.£s.d.
Surplusage due to this Accomptant and Conyers Darcy on the foot of their Accompt to Ladyday 17171,45310
payments to tradesmen and others for materials, work and necessaries for the Stables, detailed:
Thomas Cracherode, woollen draper
1040
John Wyatt and Della Corbet, mercers7280
John Turner and Walter Tatlock, lacemen99188
John Rawlings and Adam Mackleroy, sadlers1,150145
Mary Cameron, embroiderer7000
Edmund Aubery and Richard Phillips, coachmakers1,08426
John Gumley and James Moore, for glasses and frames5856
Francis Maskull, harness maker75230
Robert Burton and partner, brass founders and gilders11090
Peter Kendall and George Lawes, bit makers15650
Judith Mills, coach painter147146
3,71247
money paid for two sets of liveries, detailed, for the servants of the Stables:
Thomas Cracherode and to Robert Man and William Day, woollen drapers, for scarlet ‘drap’ and fine scarlet cloth for greatcoats etc. and blue cloth for waistcoats and facings; for 1 Aug. 1717
65660
the same, for the like and for grey cloth for the Chairmen's Coats; for 1 Jan. 1718–19672166
John Wyatt and Della Corbet, mercers, for blue ‘shalloon’ for linings, blue Genoa velvet for trimmings, scarlet ‘shagg’ for breeches, scarlet ‘shalloon’ and red serge; for 1 Aug. 1717462180
the same Della Corbet for blue ‘shalloon’, blue Genoa velvet, scarlet ‘shagg’ and scarlet ‘shalloon’; for 1 Jan. 1718–19468130
Henry Tatlock and Walter Turner, lacemen, for broad and narrow gold livery lace, gold thread for button holes, gold seaming lace, gold lace for hats, gold looping and hat band twist and gold coloured silk; for 1 Aug. 17171,73940
the same, for like goods; for 1 Jan. 1718–191,64540
Henry Tuthill, for double water-gilt coat buttons on wood for laced coats, double gilt coat buttons for plain horsemen's coats and waistcoat buttons double gilt; for 1 Aug. 171718300
Theophilus Shutts, for gold thread buttons, waistcoat buttons and buttons of mohair; for 1 Jan. 1718–1932360
William Story and John World, tailors, for making and finding small materials for 40 full laced suits, 35 single laced suits, 75 plain coats, 5 coachmen's cloaks, 15 tradesmen's and hackney coachmen's coats, for ends of fustian for waistcoats and drawers and for making a plain suit for the spanielkeeper and another for the falconer, for making two velvet portmanteaus etc.; for 1 Aug. 1717361160
the same, for the like; for 1 Jan. 1718–1937010
Charles Osborne, for leather breeches; for 1 Aug. 1717102120
George Walton, for the like; for 1 Jan. 1718–1910020
Richard Aven, sword cutler, for swords, hangers, belts etc.; for 1 Aug. 17177136
the same, for the like; for 1 Jan. 1718–1972120
Mary Pearce, for velvet caps of honour; for 1 Aug. 17174940
the same, for the like; for 1 Jan. 1718–194800
Charles Richards, hatter, for hats and sewing on the lace and buttons; for 1 Aug. 171758100
the same, for the like; for 1 Jan. 1718–1957150
John Hill, hosier, for long scarlet worsted hose and short hose; for 1 Aug. 171752196
the same, for the like; for 1 Jan. 1718–1952160
7,548186
hire of coaches and horses upon several extraordinary occasions, detailed1,22380
cost of several horses, both for coach and saddle, bought for the King's service, detailed: George Arnold for coach horses and mares at 36l. 1s. 6d. and 36l. 1s. 0d. each and one for a stallion 46l. 1s.; Thomas Blount for a black coach horse 32l. 11s.; Christopher Capper for a brown coach horse 17l. 17s.; saddle horses bought of divers persons, named, at 25l. 10s. 9d. for a black gelding, 50l. for a chestnut gelding, 63l. 10s. for two hunting horses, 10l., 20l. and 40l. for geldings, 41l. 1s. for a grey stone horse, 235l. for a roan stone horse, 16l. 5s. 6d. for a gelding, 57l. for a chestnut stone horse, 32l. 10s. for two geldings, 14l. for a gelding, 53l. 11s. for a brown stone horse and 73l. 10s. for a dun stone horse1,87519
money paid as a Royal Gift in lieu of Plates at Newmarket, Guildford, Nottingham, Blackhamilton, York and Lincoln1,70000
annual allowances and contingent expenses of the Stables:
Thomas Bridge, for watching in the Great Mews at Charing Cross; William Nixon, for pumping water; John Platt, for rent of the New River water; R. Westby, for lighting the mews with conic lamps; Thomas Farnhill, for wax candles; Nathaniel Bridgwater, storekeeper, for disbursements; Michael Burton, Yeoman Rider, for lodging money; P. Vernatty, for care of the lamps; Samuel Thornley, for ditto and for heating water; Francis Thompson, for lighting the lamps; funeral expenses of six servants of the Stables at 5l. a head; Lewis Barbar, gunsmith, for care of the private armoury at Kensington etc.; George Coats, as extraordinary groom; extraordinary helpers; Thomas Lloyd, for gelding eight horses; William Nelson, surgeon, for setting a groom's leg; Thomas Evans, for joiner's work; Henry Burton, for carpenter's work; Joseph Carpenter, for digging; John Walker, tinman, for horse lanthorns; William Bushell, for a feather bed etc.; Edward Castle, stationer; Robert Maybank, clerk of the stables, for disbursements, detailed; Thomas Foley, for the Auditor's fee, 40l.; John Harris, for French horns; Christopher Garraway, for toil netting; William Lowen, senior, chief huntsman, as the King's free gift; Lawrence Franklyn, for keeping two hawks; Jan Vanderwarden, falconer
1,572198
charges of sending horses and dogs over to Hanover and of dogs sent abroad as presents, detailed78654
total payments and allowances£19,8711810
and so this Accomptant is in Surplusage
Declared 8 December 1724.
£2301411

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: WORKS.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2449, ROLL 152 [A.O.I/2449/152].

Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of Works and Buildings.

31 December 1717 to 31 December 1718.

Charge.£s.d.£s.d.
Arrears; remaining in this Accomptant's hands upon the end of his last Accompt3,4312
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term, 5 George I, in further part of 40,000l. by Privy Seal of 12 Feb. 1717–18
74000
Easter term, 5 & 6 George I, in further part of the same20,018111
Michaelmas term, 6 George I, in further part of the same2,971175
23,72919
total charge and receipts£27,16119
Discharge.
Payments for works and repairs at the following places:
the Tower of London:
emptions
4030
carriage of provisions and rubbish31192
wages: carpenters at 2s. 6d. a day each, labourers at 2s. 2d. and 1s. 8d., bricklayers at 2s. 9d. and 1s. 8d., masons at 2s. 9d. and 1s. 10d., paviours at 2s. 6d. and 1s. 10d.; Thomas Kynaston and George Sampson, successively clerks of the works, 84l. 2s. 3d.4095
84453
the Palace at Whitehall:
emptions
3,4114
carriage of stores etc.257100
wages: carpenters and joiners at 2s. 6d. a day each, bricklayers at 2s. 6d. and 1s. 8d., masons at 2s. 6d., plaisterers and plumbers at 2s. 6d. and 1s. 8d., labourers in trust at 2s. 2d. and ordinary labourers at 1s. 8d.; Nicholas Hawksmore and Benjamin Benson, successively clerks of the works, 153l. 5s. 4d.979105
rewards: Henry Wise and George Johnson, successively for mazers, ‘scowring’ work and labourers to open and shut the sluices from the Thames to the canal head in St. James's Park etc. 52l.; Anne Guest, necessary woman and Robert Bedoe, underhousekeeper, 9l.; Leonard Woodeson, clerk, for Treasury fees 79l. 16s. 6d.; Mansel Bennet, clockmaker 5l. 3s. 6d.14600
4,794411¼
St. James's Palace:
emptions
1,23118
carriage of stores etc.22008
wages ‘at the accustomed rates before specified’33919
task work: Matthew Churchill, carpenter, for work in the King's kitchen, the scalding office, the stables etc. detailed 552l. 6s.; Thomas Hues, master bricklayer, for work, detailed 756l. 1s.d.; John Hopson and John Smallwell, successively master joiners, for repairs etc. detailed 255l. 3s.d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for painting several lodgings etc. and to John Dean for painting 343l. 14s. 6d.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, for Purbeck paving etc. 211l. 0s.d.; David Launce, master plaisterer 270l. 9s. 11½d.2,38816
rewards: Edward Browne, underhousekeeper, for opening and shutting the doors 1l. 10s.; Mansel Bennet, for mending of the clock 6l. 12s. 6d.; George Clayfield, for horses and watercarts and to the keeper of the engines 41l. 12s. 6d.;49150
4,23010
the Palace at Westminster:
emptions
2791
carriage of stores etc.6290
wages to plumbers, joiners and masons at 2s. 6d. a day each12126
task work: Matthew Churchill, master carpenter, for repairs to the House of Lords etc. 25l. 16s. 11d.; Thomas Hues, master bricklayer, for work at the House of Lords and elsewhere 33l. 10s.d.; John Hopson, late master joiner, for wainscoting etc. 10l. 11s. 8d.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, for taking down two old figures at the North End of Westminster Hall etc. 16l. 7s. 6d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for painting doors at the Record Office 8l. 5s. 4d.; John Mist, pavior, for making good paving etc. 330l. 13s. 11½d.42557
rewards: Robert Webb, for pumping etc. 12l. 17s.; Thomas Smith, housekeeper to the House of Commons 4l. 16s.; Thomas Linton and Daniel Seward, labourers in trust 28l. 14s. 2d.4672
82515
Denmark House:
emptions
1208
carriage of stores30162
wages to labourers at 1s. 8d. a day7400
Thomas Kynaston and George Sampson, successively clerks of the works131197
task work: Matthew Churchill, carpenter, for making good wooden casements, repairing the lining of the walls, floors and shutters at the sutlers, making scaffolds in the State lodgings etc. and diverse repairs at Mr. Killigrews the Lord Clarendon's, the ‘Old Fryary’ Mr. Yardley's, Mr. Tomson's, the housekeeper's, the Guard House, the burying vault under the Chapel, Sir William Saunderson's, Sir John Stanley's etc. 89l. 8s.d.; Thomas Hues, master bricklayer, for repairs to chimneys etc., to the walls of the gardens and those at the East side of the Great Court and to Mr. de la Forte's, Mrs. Yardley's, the Bishop of London's, the Guard House, the Friary etc. 120l. 16s.d.; John Hopson, master joiner, for taking down a partition, which was ready to fall in the ground lodgings on the East side of the Great Court, gluing it together and battening it into panels to strengthen it etc. 34l. 12s.d.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, for repairing a window, putting up flat Portland chimneys etc. 44l. 6s.d.; Joseph Roberts, Serjeant plumber, for work detailed 36l. 16s. 10d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for painting several lodgings etc. 24l. 13s. 4d.; David Launce, master plaisterer, for repairs to lodgings, detailed 47l. 11s.d.; John Mist, pavior 1l. 9s. 4d.39915
the New River Water Company, for a year's rent of two branches to the House and stables to Michaelmas 17182600
Mansel Bennet, clockmaker2126
Thomas Hutton, underhousekeeper, for opening and shutting the doors1100
7872
the Palace of Winchester:
Matthew Churchill, carpenter, for mending the fencing and weather boards
24158
Thomas Hues, master bricklayer, for materials and wages in repairing the ice-house, coal-house and well-house5148
John Ireland, master glazier, for work at the King's new building, call-house etc.214
John Mist, pavior, for repairing the paving at the entrance going up to the West Gate572
Leonard Woodeson and David Toomer, successively clerks of the works, for their wages at 2s. 3d. a day and for a labourer in trust at 2s. 2d. a day and for disbursements111165
1508
Newmarket House:
emptions
91910½
task work: William Sandiver, carpenter, for repairing the road between Hockerill and Mountfichet in Essex for the greater convenience of the King's voyage as also for repairs, detailed 28l. 5s. 2d.; Thomas Highmore, Serjeant painter, for work, detailed 45l. 11s. 4d.; Thomas Hues, master bricklayer, for repairs, detailed 4l. 12s.d.; David Launce, master plaisterer 4l. 13s. 9d.832
Andrew Jelfe and Leonard Woodeson, successively clerks of the works, for wages at 2s. 3d. a day and for a labourer in trust at 2s. 2d. a day and for disbursements20219
29542
Hampton Court Palace:
emptions
80412
carriage of stores by land and water17617
wages: labourers at 1s. 8d. a day each; joiners, carpenters, masons, bricklayers and plumbers at 2s. 6d. a day each; Richard Marriot, for opening the Privy Lodgings for workmen 1l. 10s.; Somerset English, for opening several lodgings and the meadow gates 4l. 10s.; Thomas Fort, clerk of the works, for wages, travelling charges and disbursements 82l. 11s. 3d.; Alexander Fort, labourer in trust at 2s. 2d. a day and for disbursements 121l. 14s. 4d.650108
task work: Matthew Churchill, carpenter, for repairing several stables etc., shoring up a floor and the roof over the surgeon of the Household's lodgings, putting up shelves and other work, detailed 280l. 3s.d.; Thomas Hues, master bricklayer, for taking down wooden ‘mantles’ and turning arches in their stead to prevent fire and other repairs etc., detailed 75l. 4s. 3d.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, for repairing the conduits at Combe and other work, detailed 77l. 6s. 11¾d.; John Hopson, late master joiner, for repairing wainscoting, making closets and shelves, making lockets for the kitchen, putting up a billiard table, making a model of the Great Stairs and a case for it, and for repairs etc., detailed 177l. 11s. 2d.; Thomas Highmore, Serjeant painter, 11l. 1s. 0d.; John Golding, plumber, for maintaining the pipes from Combe Conduits to the Court etc. 165l. 9s. 6d.7861511
2,41816
Hampton Court Gardens:
emptions
20996
wages: labourers at 1s. 8d. a day; Thomas Simpson, an under gardener at 20l. per an. and for disbursements 64l. 18s. 9d.; Thomas Fort, for keeping the accompts and for travelling charges etc. 30l. 5s.15355
task work: Matthew Churchill, for a reed fence in the kitchen garden, a headway in the Great Fountain to carry in bricks and clay to mend it, frames for covering flowers etc. 90l. 2s. 2d.; Thomas Hues, master bricklayer, for repairing the garden wall and the fountain in the garden 18l. 8s.d.; John Smallwood, master joiner for repairing the stove greenhouse in the melon ground 1l. 3s.d.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, for Portland stone and Purbeck paving 7l. 1s. 8d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for painting fences, seats and frame 25l. 16s. 4d.14212
5057
sundry extraordinary works and repairs in and near Hampton Court:
at Baron Bothmar's lodgings:
Thomas Hues, master bricklayer 66l. 3s. 11¾d.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason 11l. 11s.d.; David Launce, master plaisterer 23l. 16s.d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter 4l. 8s. 9d.; John Hopson, master joiner, for ‘wainscot sashes and frames, with lines, pullies, brass collers, ironpins’ etc. 19l. 1s.d.; Matthew Churchill, carpenter, for floor boarding etc. 66l. 10s.d.
19112
at the Under-housekeeper's:
Matthew Churchill, carpenter, for carrying up a staircase, partitioning etc. 31l. 5s.; John Hopson, joiner, for deal beadwork and squarework 57l. 3s.d.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, for Portland ‘mantles’ etc. 13l. 2s.d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter 16l. 17s.d.; David Launce, master plaisterer 8l. 4s. 8d.
12612
several works for the King's immediate service:
Matthew Churchill, carpenter, for fencing the woodyard etc. 185l. 9s.d.; Thomas Hues, master bricklayer 28l. 6s.d.; Robert Weatherhelt, plaisterer, for scraping the black of the tennis court and washing, stopping and whiting the same 31l. 10s.; John Hopson, joiner 128l. 4s. 1d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter 14l. 9s. 4d.; Thomas Pershouse, smith 81l. 18s. 2d.; Richard Fransham, ironmonger 29l. 17s.d.; Charles Fisher, for carriage of bricks etc. from the Court to the Guard-house by the Bowling Green 8s.; John Stockley, for carriage of a large stove from Exeter Change to Hampton Court 14s. 6d.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, for Portland stone and for workmen's wages repairing the parapet wall in the Fountain Garden next the Thames 84l. 5s. 10¼d.; John Rowley, for repairing Dutch engines etc. 60l. 19s. 5d.
6469
in the young Princess's lodgings:
John Hopson, master joiner, for presses, tables, desks, drawers, ‘cloke pins’ etc. 166l. 16s. 11¾d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter 16l. 10s. 3d.; Matthew Churchill, master carpenter, for flooring the music room and vestibule 76l. 16s.d
260310¼
in the Prince's apartments:
Grinlin Gibbons, for carved work in the Bed-chamber angle room, Presence, Great Presence, Music room and Guard chamber 533l. 8s. 2d.; John Gumley, for looking glass plates 364l. 4s. 10d.; Thomas Pershouse, smith, for casements etc. 31l. 13s.; John Hopson, master joiner, for wainscoting various rooms 1,748l. 15s.d.; David Launce, for plaisterers work in the Music room 77l. 6s.; Robert Weatherhelt, for the like in the Presence Chamber etc. 134l. 0s.d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter 163l. 1s.d.; Matthew Churchill, master carpenter 410l. 14s.d.; Richard Fransum, ironmonger 138l. 8s.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, for white and veined marble, Egyptian marble fire hearths etc. 617l. 1s.d.; John Woodall, mason, for Portland blocks etc., Roch Abbey door cases, ‘scrowls’ etc. 130l. 13s. 10½d.; Leonard Woodeson and Thomas Kynaston for making up the accompts 5l.
4,354611
in the young Princess's laundry:
Thomas Pershouse, smith, for a range grate etc. 6l.; Matthew Churchill, carpenter, for a door etc. 1l. 17s. 6d.; Thomas Hues, master bricklayer, for hanging a, copper etc. 8l. 2s. 2d.; Stephen South, for a trench and cess pool 1l. 15s.; Joseph Roberts for inch pipe and carriage 5l. 5s. 6d.
2302
in the Green Cloth's Office:
Matthew Churchill, carpenter, for naked floor timber etc. 30l. 8s.d.; Robert Wetherhelt, plaisterer, for laths, plaister, etc. 4l. 13s. 8d.; John Hopson, late master joiner, for wainscot sashes etc. 83l. 14s. 4d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter 14l. 18s. 4d.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, for Portland ‘mantles’ etc. 11l. 8s. 9d.; Richard Franshan, ironmonger 4l. 12s. 7d.; Thomas Pershouse, smith 1l.
1501511½
the half story over the Prince's lodgings; Matthew Churchill, master carpenter, for partitions etc. 9l. 16s.d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter 13l. 17s.d.; John Hopson, master joiner 64l. 16s. 6d.; David Launce, master plaisterer 12l. 15s.d.101510½
5,8547
Kensington Palace:
emptions
1,02480
carriage of stores, gravel etc.60160
wages: labourers at 1s. 8d. a day each; joiners at 2s. 6d.; Edward Arnold and John Smith, successively underhousekeepers, for opening and shutting the doors 1l. 10s.; Henry Joynes, clerk of the works, at 2s. 3d. a day and for a labourer in trust at 2s. 2d. a day and for disbursements 257l. 9s. 9d.32823
task work: Matthew Churchill, carpenter, for repairs in the several apartments, for work in the stables, lowering the gallery in the Chapel and extending the same to the West wall, making a close stairway for the King's ‘conveniency’ and other work 347l. 12s. 3d.; Thomas Hues, master bricklayer, for repairs, making a parapet by the ‘Ferras’ in the garden and other work, detailed 510l. 13s.d.; John Hopson, late master joiner, for repairs etc. detailed 299l. 17s. 11½d.; John Smallman, master joiner, for taking out sashes etc. on the South side of the room which was Queen Mary's and putting the same in on the West side thereof etc. 4l. 1s. 0d.; Joseph Roberts, serjeant plumber 239l. 8s. 10¾d.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, for rounding ‘Purbeck rowls’ for the gardens, work at the Lady Kilmansegg's, laying down pavement in the arcade next Green Cloth Court and in the places set apart for foreign fowl 104l. 13s.d.; John Mist for taking up and new laying the King's stables and those of the Horse Guards 107l.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for repairing and making good the decayed wainscot in the lodgings under Queen Mary's gallery and elsewhere. and for painting posts, rails etc. 134l. 19s.; David Launce, master plaisterer, for repairs in divers places, detailed 66l. 18s. 11¾d.; John Rowley for repairing two engines which force the water up to the house 3l. 18s. 6d.; Mansel Bennet for care of the clock 3l. 19s. 6d.; Henry Wise and Joseph Carpenter for wages to labourers 172l. 11s.; William Edge for sweeping the leads etc. 103l. 10s.2,09936
3,51299
Kensington Gardens: emptions114410½
wages to Henry Joynes, for keeping the accompts of the Gardens1850
carriage of stores280
task work: Matthew Churchill, master carpenter, for repairs etc. 78l. 12s. 1d.; Thomas Hues, master bricklayer, for repairing walls, raising chimneys etc. 93l. 4s.d.; John Hopson, master joiner, for repairing the wainscot 2l. 11s. 10d.; Anne Brown, slater 3l. 4s.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, for taking down several flights of stone steps and paving, working a stone vase to one of the Corinthian pillars in the green-house, coping walls and other work, detailed 67l. 8s.d.; Henry Wise and Joseph Carpenter for wages to labourers etc. 137l. 2s. 3d.3822
51708
Windsor Castle:
emptions
62719
carriage of stores3856
wages: Henry Wise, gardener, for keeping the ‘Great Terras’, welding and pruning etc. 160l.; Thomas Rowland, clerk of the works, at 2s. 3d. a day and for a labourer in trust at 2s. 2d. a day and for disbursements 135l. 1s. 4d.29514
task work: Thomas Howard, carpenter, for repairs, for work for the Duke of Gloucester's Installation and for pulling down a stable and several offensive sheds 174l. 13s. 9d.; Matthew Churchill, carpenter, for sawing timber for the said Installation 29l. 15s.; Thomas Fort, joiner, for repairs in diverse places, detailed 37l. 0s. 9d.; John Foster, bricklayer, for repairing tiling etc. 106l. 1s. 5d.; John Woodruff, mason, for work at the Chancellor of the Garter's Tower and elsewhere 143l. 14s. 11d.; Joseph Roberts, Serjeant plumber, for mending pipes etc. at the Prince's lodgings and elsewhere 161l. 11s.d.; John Eldridge, painter, for painter's work at the Chancellor of the Garter's Tower and elsewhere 49l. 5s. 11d.; Arnold Thompson, for labourers 94l. 0s. 11d.7964
1,757107
the engine house at Windsor Castle:
Arnold Thompson, for labourers to assist the carpenters to drive piles at the head and sides of the weir, and for ‘weiging’ chalk, making drains, pumping out water till the sluices were fixed etc.
28988
John Foster, bricklayer, for brickwork in the water up to the highest floodmark and in the house above the said floodmark, for rubbed faccia and arches set in putty, for rubbed foot lace, plain tiling and pantiling, for working up a wall round the lead cistern with ‘tarras’, laying foundations for the frame of the engine, paving the room in ‘tarras’, setting the side of the cistern with ‘gallytiles’ etc.6481
John Woodruff, mason, for Portland block etc.811511½
John Hopson, purveyor, for oak timber etc.238115
Thomas Howard, carpenter, for driving piles for the dams, making a stage for the conveniency of pumping, a shed to keep off the rain, laying oak joists and plank under the foundation, framing an oak floor for the dwelling part of the house, making ‘centers’ for the great archdoors and windows, framing floors etc., putting up a staircase, putting up a wood bridge for the barge horses etc.261116
John Baily, carter, for clay delivered and cartage4263
Elisha Lovejoy, smith, for shoes to the piles etc.50710
John Ireland, master glazier, for 85 foot of new ‘quarrys’226
David Launce, master plaisterer244
John Eldridge, painter, for the bridge etc.1106
Joseph Roberts, serjeant plumber, for lead etc.11405
Joseph Carpenter, for labourers employed in the water to sink the river etc., to wheel away a large island and several banks of gravelly clay, to make a new road, to raise the banks against floods and for hire of trains to carry gravel and earth from ‘Mastrick’ etc.323156
Christopher Clark, for ironmongers' wares62811
Thomas Rowland, clerk of the works, for disbursements, detailed22610
John Rowley, master of the mechanicks, for making a dam before and behind the engine, for clearing the old foundation, for setting down a new frame, 26 foot long and 11 foot high, broad enough for the 12 foot wheel; for a new wheel of 24 foot diameter and 12 foot broad; for a new brass engine with brasses to the crank, forcing rods and a new crank etc.74000
2,91280¼ (fn. 1)
the mews at Charing Cross:
emptions
18114
carriage of stores100176
wages: Thomas Ripley, clerk of the works, at 2s. 3d. a day and for a labourer in trust at 2s. 2d. a day and for disbursements etc.123127
task work: Matthew Churchill, master carpenter, for racks, mangers etc. 227l. 15s.d.; Thomas Hues, master bricklayer, for repairs 349l. 12s.d.; John Hopson, master joiner, for repairs at Col. Bartlet's and elsewhere 19l. 13s. 3d.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, for Purbeck steps, Portland ‘mantles’ etc. and Reigate hearth etc. 18l. 16s.d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, 28l. 13s. 1d.; Joseph Roberts, serjeant plumber, for new lead 73l. 15s. 4d.; David Launce, master plaisterer, 155l. 12s.d.; John Jolly, pavior, for paving work in St. Martin's Lane, and John Mist pavior, for paving before the mews in Hedge Lane, Castle Street, the Stables etc. 116l. 3s. 4d.9901
1,3965
the Savoy:
emptions
440
carriage of stores24174
Thomas Ripley, labourer in trust, at 2s. 2d. a day and for disbursements421310
task work: Matthew Churchill, master carpenter, for repairing beds, floors, partitions and the roof of the barracks, etc. 39l. 3s. 7d.,Thomas Hues, master bricklayer, for repairing the main sewer etc. 24l. 14s. 6d.; Joseph Roberts, serjeant plumber, for new lead etc. 21l. 13s.d.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, for old paving taken up and reset, new paving etc. 8l. 2s. 1d.9313
2055
the King's private roads:
Joseph Carpenter, for work at Newmarket in October 1717, 16l. 3s. 4d.; for repairs between Hyde Park and Fulham, Hyde Park and Kensington Court Gates, Kingston and Hampton Court, the roads in Bushey Park etc. and for locks and chains to the Gates to prevent their being left open in the night etc.
163110
the King's barge houses:
Matthew Churchill, for deal boarding, oak piles etc.
28510
Richard Fransham, ironmonger, for wares7110
Thomas Pershouse, master smith, for wares and workmanship1613
Thomas Hues, master bricklayer, for repairs etc.2211711¾
Deborah Reding, for labourers' wages etc.64510
Benjamin Jackson, master mason, for ‘cubical Portland’ etc.47
5991610¾
(total for works and repairs as above, 31.769l. 19s.d.)
money paid for especial services by virtue of Treasury orders, detailed3,2010
money paid for ancient salaries, travelling charges etc. of the Officers etc. of the Works:
Sir Christopher Wren, late Surveyor of Works; 1 Jan. 1717–18 to 25 April 1718 when he was superseded
1228
William Benson, the succeeding Surveyor; 25 April to 31 Dec. 17183002
Sir John Vanbrugh, Comptroller of the Works, and as Surveyor of the Gardens702144
Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the Works; and for a clerk; and for the diet of the Officers of the Works at their monthly meetings; and for stationery wares; and for his additional allowance for extraordinary charges2961410
William Watkins, Keeper of the Private Roads and Conductor and Guide in the Royal Progresses; by Royal Sign Manual of 12 April 171720000
Nicholas Hawksmoor, Secretary to the Board of Works, 1 Jan. 1717–18 to 31 Aug. 1718; and to Benjamin Benson, his successor, to 31 Dec. 171810000
Edward Wadeson, clerk ingrosser; 1 Jan. 1717–18 to 8 Sept. 17188190
Colin Campbel, clerk ingrosser; 9 Sept. 1718 to 31 Dec. 17181630
Leonard Woodeson, clerk to the Board, and Thomas Kynaston, clerk to the Comptroller; year to 31 Dec. 17189150
Andrew Jelfe, clerk itinerant; by Royal Sign Manual of 13 Aug. 17155000
Benjamin Jackson, master mason, year to 31 Dec. 1718116144
Robert Barker, master carpenter; 9 Sept. 1718 to 31 Dec. 17186667
John Hopson, master joiner, 1 Jan. 1717–18 to 9 June 1718; and John Smallwell, master joiner, 9 Sept. 1718 to 31 Dec. 171820110
David Launce, master plaisterer, and Thomas Hues, master bricklayer; year to 31 Dec. 17187300
John Hopson, purveyor; 1 Jan. 1717–18 to 9 June 1718, the day of his death3400
James Moore, purveyor; 22 Sept. 1718 to 31 Dec. 171821111
rewards to the Officers and Clerks of the Works at Xmas1940
Thomas Foley, for the Auditor's fee14000
the Officers of the Removing Wardrobe1200
Robert Bedoe, cleaner of the Street before Whitehall; by the Prince of Wales's Warrant of 25 Aug. 171610000
Exchequer fees etc.122130
the Lord Chief Baron, on Declaration of this Accompt200
2,68874
total payments and allowances£37,65976
and so this Accomptant is in Surplusage
Declared 5 September 1721.
10,41859

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: WINDSOR FOREST, BUSHY PARK AND HYDE PARK.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2480, ROLL 281 [A.O.1/2480/281].

Edward Young, late Surveyor General of the King's Woods.

Repairs in 1717 and 1718.

See Volume XXXI of this Calendar, p. ccx.

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: WORKS: ROLLS HOUSE AND ROLLS CHAPEL.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2494, ROLL 407 [A.O.1/2494/407].

Colin Campbel, the Architect appointed by the Treasury to pull down the House of Converted Jews in Chancery Lane and build a new Edifice there for the Master of the Rolls and likewise to repair and improve the Chapel of the Rolls etc.

29 July 1717 to 29 October 1724.

Charge.£s.d.£s.d.
Arrears: none, this being his first and only Accountnil
Receipts: money received out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term, 4 George I, in part of 5,000l. by Privy Seal of 29 September 1714 and Royal Sign Manual of 29 June 1717
2,00000
Michaelmas term, 5 George I, in further part of the same1,50000
Michaelmas term, 6 George I, in full of the same1,50000
5,00000
money arising by sale of old and useless stores:
Robert Barker, carpenter, for old timber at 10s. a load
1200
Robert Watson, glazier, for old glass4100
Philip Rudsby, plumber, for old lead1100
Robert Griffith, smith, for 12 cwt. of old iron7100
3500
total charge and receipts£5,03500
Discharge.
Payments for stores and wages:
John Evans, bricklayer, for wages to labourers employed in pulling down and rebuilding, at 2s. each per diem, 64l. 10s.; for brickwork for the ‘celler story’, at 5l. 5s. per rod, 462l. 6s. 11¼d.; for ditto to the first floor above the ‘celler’ at 5l. 10s. per rod, 252l. 5s. 5d.; for ditto from the dining room storey to the top of the building at 5l. 15s. per rod, 401l. 10s.d.; for 132 feet in groins, at 6d. a foot, 3l. 6s.; for three squares and 65 ft. of plain tiling, at 6s. per square, 1l. 1s. 10¾d.; for raising of scaffolds to both fronts and new pointing and repairing joints, 37l. 1s.d.; and for 1892 yards of solid digging in the foundations at 6d. a yard, 47l. 6s.
1,26979
John Smith, bricklayer, for brickwork in the Secretary's office, porter's lodge, coach houses and stables at 26s. per rod, 50l. 14s.; for plain tiling, at 5s. a square, 10l.; for ditto to the coachhouses and stables, at 5s. a square, 6l. 15s.; for 560 yards of digging in vaults, at 6d. a yard, 14l.8790
John Waxham, brickmaker, for 41,300 grey stocks, at 22s. a 1,000, 45l. 8s. 7d.; for 209,200 place bricks, at 15s. a 1,000, 156l. 18s.; and for 2,000 rubbing stocks, at 30s. a thousand, 3l. less 2s. 7d. short paid20540
Mary Hillard, for lime, at 9s. per hundred, 77l. 3s. 6d.; and for 900 ten-inch tiles, ditto, 4l. 1s. 0d.8146
Samuel Saunders, wood merchant, for baulks, dram and Christiana deals, heart laths etc.528811
Robert Barker, for long and short mardow timber5866
Peter Theobald and Co., timber merchants, for baulks at 4l. a load 16l. 8s.; for 166 ft. of ‘Brewick’ 6l. 5s. and for planks etc. 8l. 17s. 6d.31106
William Cox and Co., timber merchants, for mardow timber, at 2l. 5s. a load 14l. 7s. 1d.; for ditto at 2l. 4s. a load 55l. 14s. 10d.; for long and short ditto, at 1l. 18s. a load 143l. 12s. 9d.; for 12 ft. Christiana deals, at 8l. 10s. a hundred 51l.; for dry ditto, at 9l. a hundred 90l.; for ‘Brewick’ timber 4l. 2s.; and for yew-firs etc. 18l. 11s. 7d.37783
John Green for 80 ft. of large oak timber500
James Crook for 220 ft. of oak timber 13l. 15s.; for ditto, at 3l. 2s. 6d. a load 18l. 15s. 11d.321011
James Hardy, for oak timber16190
John Foltrop, for oak, at 3l. a load 4l. 18s. 5d.; for ditto, at 3l. 7s. 6d. a load 5l. 14s. 9d.; for 42 ft., at 12d. a foot 2l. 2s.; for carriage 10s. 3d.; less 5d. short paid1350
John Sheldon, for 2-inch plank, at 2d. a foot 10l. 16s. 8d.; and for waterage 7s.1138
George Pottinger, for oak, at 18d. a foot 11l. 18s. 6d.; for ditto, at 12d. a foot 9l. 9s.2176
Richard Young, for carriage and wharfage of timber10710½
Francis Rhodes, for carriage of ditto110
James Paget, mason, for Portland stone, at 1l. 12s. a ton 241l. 6s.; for plain work, at 12d. a foot 98l. 13s. 6d.; for Purbeck paving at 7d. a foot 35l. 10s. 4d.; for Purbeck step at 2s. 6d. a foot 4l. 18s. 9d.; for ‘Castle of paving’ in the hall and stairs, at 12d. a foot 68l. 8s. 8d.; for Astragal step in the staircase, at 14d. a foot 103l. 6s. 5d.; for plain and moulded work in the Great Door case, at 15d. a foot 37l. 16s. 5d.; for ditto in the windows, at 14½d. a foot 66l. 11s.d.; for ditto in the Venetian window, at 15d. a foot 3l. 9s.d.; for ditto in the little door cases, at 14½d. a foot 11l. 0s. 6d.; for six Ionic capitals, at 2l. 10s. each, two ditto, at 1l. 5s. each, and two others, at 10s. each 18l. 10s.; for a mask-head at the great door of the Hall 2l. 5s.; for old Purbeck paving, at 2d. a foot 4l. 18s. 2d.; for great ‘Modillon’ cornice. at 7s. 6d. a foot 34l. 13s. 9d.; for cornice to the garden, at 4s. a foot 17l. 15s. 4d.; for Portland stone for chimney pieces etc., at 12d. a foot 12l. 16s. 4d.; for marble for chimney pieces etc., at 5s. a foot 11l. 2s. 11d.; for masoning the neck in the Hall 4l. 10s.; for carving the two lions' heads and mouldings 5l. 10s.; and for moulding work etc. 8l. 5s. 11d.7919
Robert Barker, carpenter, for carpenters' wages at 3s. a day 108l. 14s. 3d.; for nails at 10d. a hundred 3l. 17s. 6d.; for naked flooring at 18s. a square (less 2½d. short cast) 91l. 3s.d.; for roofing with old oak plates with deal rafters, ceiling girders etc. 122l. 1s.d.; for guttering at 3½d. a foot 11l. 7s.d.; for skylight sashes at 3s. a foot 6l. 13s. 10½d.; for straight-jointed flooring at 12d. a square 36l. 7s.; for folding joints at 10s. a square 10l. 14s.d.; for door cases at 10s. each 9l.; for wainscot sashes with deal frames at 20d. a foot 77l. 1s. 3d.; for wainscot sashes at 16d. a foot 39l. 9s. 4d.; and for ‘pole-hipping’ etc. 2l. 12s.d.51916 (fn. 2)
William Baverstock and John Lane, joiners, for square work at 12d. a yard, 41l. 19s. 1d.; for beadwork and raised panel at 20d. a yard 106l. 18s. 10d.; for ditto and plain panel 27l. 14s. 6d.; for wainscot sashes and wainscot in the gallery at 8d. a foot 1l. 16s. 8d.; for jambs etc. to the middle window and pair of stairs to the garden etc. 5l. 11s. 7d.; for rail and bannister with a great entablature at 12s. a foot 18l.; for chimney pieces etc. 44l. 19s. 2d.2461910
John Hughes, plaisterer, for rendering in the garrets, staircase, lower offices etc. at 4d. a yard 35l. 9s.d.; for ceiling at 10d. a yard 10l. 13s. 4d.; for ceiling double-laid and floated at 13d. a yard 27l. 12s. 6d.; for lathing and plaistering at 9d. a yard 40l. 17s. 5d.; for finishing at 20d. a yard 45l. 4s. 5d.; for finishing and rustic work at 3s. a yard 24l. 1s. 0d.; for ceiling in garrets, double laid at 12d. a yard 16l. 10s. 9d.; for six rustic windows at 25s. each 7l. 10s.; for finishing six chimneys ‘in the Manner of Coving’ 1l. 5s.; for cornice in garrets, in the library and the first storey at 19d. a foot 48l. 12s. 8d.; for ‘Modillon’ cornice at 5s. a foot 33l. 17s. 6d.; for entablature round the parlour etc. at 3s. 3d. a foot 47l. 2s. 6d.; for double cornice at 17d. a foot 30l. 15s. 9d.; for single ditto at 7d. a foot 7l. 13s.; for whiting at 1½d. a yard 15l. 0s. 6d. and for finishing the heads of the windows in the Hall etc. 3l. 10s. 3d.39515
Thomas Robinson, smith, for a staircase, being in length 82 ft. 7½ in. with 76 panels and 13 square bars at 8s. a foot 33l. 1s. 0d.; for ditto 34 ft. 4½ in. with 30 panels, 5 square bars and 2 twisted bars at 10s. a foot 17l. 3s. 9d.; for an iron drawback lock and a pair of bolts 1l. 16s.; and for wages to straighten the rails 3s.5239
Robert Griffith, smith, for iron bars to chimneys at 3½d. a lb. for iron etc4814
Thomas Fury, smith, for iron wares17310
Francis Bedwell, iron monger, for brass locks etc.9700
Philip Rudsby, plumber, for lead etc1771110
Alexander Reed, painter, for painting in ‘stone colour’ and ‘pearl colour’ at 6d. a yard 63l. 8s. and for painting chimney pieces etc. 12l. 5s.d.7513
Robert Watson, glazier, for crown glass in sash at 11d. a foot 46l. 15s. 11d.; for ditto in skylights at 12d. a foot 1l. 18s.; and for cleaning and puttying sash windows 1l. 4s. 1d.49180
James Richards, carver, for carving divers trusses5186
Richard Dee, tinman, for two tin funnels for chimneys, 10 feet long, and for workmen's wages270
Thomas Crane, turner, for ‘ballasters’ at 6s. a dozen 1l. 7s.; and for ‘ballasters’ and ‘pendles’ at 2s. a dozen 2l. 19s.; and for Doric bases and capitals 5s.4110
Samuel Hart, turner, for 3½ dozen large ‘ballasters’ (5 in. square)1116
Jonas Stephenson, pavior, for two-inch pipe, at 1s. 6d. a yard 2l. 5s.; and for digging a trench at 6d. a yard 15s., and for iron hoops etc. 10s. 6d.3106
Robert Jaques, for wages to labourers at 2s. a day each and to carpenters and bricklayers at 3s. a day each30527
5,54414
reward to the Accomptant for surveying the edifice erected for the Master of the Rolls30000
charge on passing this Accompt7800
total payments and allowances£5,92214
and so the Accomptant is in Surplusage
Declared 24 August 1725.
£88714

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST; GREAT WARDROBE.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2369, ROLL 149 [A.0.1/2369/149].

John, Duke of Montagu, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe.

Michaelmas 1717 to Michaelmas 1718.

Charge.£s.d.
Arrears: remaining at the foot of the preceding Account, none, because in surplusagenil
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term, 4 George I, in full of 30,000l. by Privy Seal of 31 Oct. 3 George I (fn. 3)
3,2747
the same term, in part of 20,000l. by Privy Seal of 12 March 4 George I4419
Easter term, 4 & 5 George I, in further part of the same11,95215
the same term, in part of 5,000l. for payment of the late Queen's arrears by general Privy Seal of 29 Sept. 1714 and Royal Sign Manual of 3 Dec. 171480000
£16,072211¼
Discharge.
Surplusage as the last Account63,45216
money paid for goods delivered and work done for the service of the Great Wardrobe, detailed, within the time of this Account:
David Bosanquett, merchant, for Genoa velvet, purple and blue, for the coats of the two chief Heralds and to cover the Lord Chancellor's chair in the House of Lords; likewise for very costly purple Genoa damask to make a throne-canopy, an arm chair, high chairs etc. for Abraham Stanyan, Ambassador to the Sultan of Turkey; and for very rich Genoa silk damask and for purple silk for chairs etc. for Sir Robert Sutton, Ambassador Plenipotentiary at Constantinople; likewise for blue Genoa velvet to guard the liveries and for the bonnets of the 140 Yeomen of the Guard and Yeomen Warders for the year 1718; likewise for caps of black Genoa velvet for the King's watermen and for the liveries of the ten Children of the Chapel Royal and of Samuel Stubbs, ratkiller, for the same year; and for Genoa velvet for the cloaks of Prince George William and for coats for John, Duke of Montagu, for Charles, Duke of St. Albans, for Thomas, Duke of Newcastle, and for James, Earl of Berkley, Knights of the Garter; likewise for green and other coloured velvet for tablecloths, cushions etc.; and for purple Genoa silk damask for curtains for the Duchess of Munster's dining room at Hampton Court
1,582183
William Barnsley, packer, for cloth for the House of Lords and for the seats in the House of Commons and for curtains there etc.; for cloth and serge for the liveries of the 100 Yeomen of the Guard and 40 Yeomen Warders for the year 1718; and for baize etc. for coats and linings for the 48 Watermen and 12 Pensioner Watermen; and for cloth for coats and linings for the ten children of the Chapel Royal for the same year; and for cloth of divers colours for covering gaming tables etc.; and for Spanish cloth for the further adornment of the bedchambers of the Countess Killmanseg at St. James's; and for many coloured cloth for the gowns of the 58 poor men of the Royal Maundy; and for rich doubledyed cloth for Alice Bill, herbstrewer, for the year 1718; and for serge for curtains adapting the ante-chamber at Hampton Court for the use of the Players1,57336
Richard Chamberlain and Company, mercers, for Genoa velvet, both plain and also interwoven with gold, to cover two altars, one with cushions, for Abraham Stanyan and Sir Robert Sutton, Ambassadors; and for black Belgian velvet for the funeral bier of Prince George William; and for silks to adorn the chambers of Lord Oxford's former house and the Duchess of Munster's apartments at St. James's and for purple Genoa silk damask for the Duchess of Portland's apartments at Kensington519119
John Johnson and Company, mercers, for plain velvet and velvet interwoven with gold and of divers colours to line the coats of the Heralds and Officers of the King's Household, to furnish the Debating Chambers of the Houses of Parliament, to cover gaming tables, to make robes and coats for John, Duke of Montagu, for Charles Duke of St. Albans, for Thomas, Duke of Newcastle, for James, Earl of Berkley, and for Frederick Augustus, Prince of Limburg and for Ernest Augustus, Duke of York, Knights of the Garter, and to furnish apartments at Kensington and St. James's Palace etc533610½
Charles Mathews, laceman, for narrow gold fringe for enriching the liveries of the Yeomen of the Guard and Yeomen Warders and of the ten Children of the Chapel Royal for the year 1718; also for like wares for Sir Robert Sutton, Ambassador to Constantinople, and for the Knights of the Garter and for the Heralds1,183109
John Hasell and Company, lacemen, for gold and silver fringe for a throne-canopy, an arm chair and two chairs with cushions for Abraham Stanyan, Ambassador to the Turks; and for narrow gold lace for enriching the liveries of the 100 Yeomen of the Guard and 40 Yeomen Warders for the year 1718; etc86601
William Weeks, laceman, for lace edgings for French fringes of silver and gold and for rich lace and embroidered work for furnishing the house (late the Earl of Oxford's) near St. James's Church and for Kensington and Hampton Court Palaces etc59319
Stephen Towlouse, embroiderer, for embroidering 140 coats, front and back, with the letters G.R. and with roses, thistles, crowns and other emblems for the Yeomen of the Guard and Yeomen Warders; and for embroidery for Sir Robert Sutton, and for the Knights of the Garter etc1,31120
John Robinson, linen draper, for Hollands and cambric for Sir Robert Sutton, for the King's Bargemaster and 48 Watermen, for the 58 poor men of the Royal Maundy, for General Hammerstein and Monsieur Loven, for Abraham Stanyan, Ambassador to the Turks, and for the Chapel Royal at St. James's Palace17114
Joseph Windham and Company, linen drapers, for like wares for Messieurs Hattoff, Hammerstein and Loven, Gentlemen of the Bedchamber, for the King's Bargemaster and 48 Watermen, for the ten Children of the Chapel Royal, for the 58 poor men of the Royal Maundy and for the King's Chaplains85615
Robert Graham, tailor, for making coats, breeches, liveries and robes of office for the Heralds, the Children of the Chapel Royal, the Master of the Game at Newmarket (ludis praefecti apud Neoforum), Samuel Stubbs, ratkiller, and for John, Duke of Montagu, and Thomas, Duke of Newcastle150139
Robert Petre, tailor, for liveries for 50 Yeomen of the Guard and 140 [sic] Yeomen Warders and for the four Game Keepers at Newmarket and for scarves (auriculis) etc. for Charles, Duke of St. Albans, and James, Earl of Berkley, Knights of the Garter, and for other tailor's work187611
William Dixon, tailor, for 40 coats and breeches for the 40 Yeomen Warders for the year 171810000
Francis Fox, Yeoman tailor, for netting for the Tennis Court at Hampton Court (pro panni veliferi virgis 315 ad sphaerist' abducend' apud Hanton') and for his work and that of 18 other tailors of the Wardrobe, Michaelmas 1717 to Michaelmas 1718460116
John Vanderbank, arras worker, for materials to mend and restore carpets and tapestries at Kensington Palace; and for the yearly rent of the tailors' and arras-workers' workshops in Queen's Street for the year to Michaelmas 1718; and for his work and that of 14 arras-workers of the Wardrobe from Michaelmas 1717 to Michaelmas 171848160
Anne Colthrop, sempstress, for making sheets and table-cloths for the King, for his Ambassadors to Turkey and Constantinople etc. and for the ten Children of the Chapel Royal36811
Mary Sedgwick, cap-maker, for 23 hats for the said Children and for the three Keepers of the Racecourse at New-market (rem saltuariam apud Neoforum curantium), with bands thereto11190
Mary Pearce, cap-maker, for a silken cap with enrichments for John Austis, King at Arms3190
John Aird, glover, for 150 gauntlets for the 100 Yeomen of the Guard, the 40 Yeomen Warders and the ten Children of the Chapel Royal for the year 171854150
William Haddock, belt-maker, for 140 soldiers' buckled leather belts, for 40 belts of cloth and velvet, and 140 swords, with gilt pommels, for the said Yeomen and Yeomen Warders, for the same year339100
John Bee, hosier, for woollen hose for the 100 Yeomen, the 40 Yeomen Warders, the King's Bargemaster, the 48 Watermen and the ten Children of the Chapel Royal and for the 58 poor men for the year 17187470
Thomas Phill and Jeremiah Fletcher, upholsterers, for beds, bedding, cushions, hangings, chairs etc. for the King and St. James's Palace, Hampton Court, Windsor, Kensington, Whitehall and the Houses of Parliament3,60364
John Gumley and James Moore, cabinet-makers, for mirrors, desks, drawers etc.330170
Richard Roberts, joiner, for chairs, arm chairs, stools etc.; for interior woodwork in the Royal Palaces; for desks and chests of oak for the King's Ambassadors; and for 72 seats for the installation of Prince Frederick and the Duke of York as Knights of the Garter at Windsor Castle1,669146
William Johnson, coffer maker, for close-stools etc. for the Wardrobe329150
John Grant, Heraldic painter, for two banners, gilt, with the Royal Arms emblazoned thereon with St. George's and Imperial crowns, and bearing in addition the Arms of Prince Frederick and of Ernest Augustus, Duke of York, and of the Duke of St. Albans, most recently created Knights of the Garter104144
Edward Castle and Company, stationers, for bibles, prayer books and stationery wares for the Ambassadors, for the Chapels Royal, for the Wardrobe etc.549111
Thomas Dummer, Deputy Keeper of the Great Wardrobe, for Exchequer fees etc.; for travelling; and for his customary allowance312113
William Wood, clerk of the check, for 140 watching cloaks for the Yeomen of the Guard and Yeomen Warders14000
William Crofts, Master of the Children of the Chapel Royal, for 60 pairs of buckled shoes for the year 171810100
Thomas Powell and Edmund Woodeson, two children of the Chapel Royal, whose voices have broken; fitting out18152
Jonathan Smith, for linen for the Sub Dean, the Gentlemen etc. of the Chapels Royal at St. James's and Kensington27100
William Vanhuls, Clerk of the Wardrobe, for his services for the year to Michaelmas 1718 and for a richly embellished chest3600
John Elrington, steward, for his care in measuring and weighing materials for the Wardrobe and for disbursements; year to Michaelmas 17188656
Catherine Port, housemaid, for cleaning the office of the Great Wardrobe; year to Michaelmas 17182100
Nathan Whitham, skinner, for cleaning and airing the King's Stoles; same time1368
William Holmes, for coal and candles etc. for the Office in Queen Street, for cleaning the windows there, for the yearly gifts to the poor of St. Martin's in the Fields, for yearly rent of lighting (redditu lychnorum) for repair of the clock; and for 140 bonnets for the Yeomen of the Guard and Yeomen Warders; and for his yearly allowance and for his livery, year to Michaelmas 1718; and for leather shoes for the 58 poor men; and for the yearly rent of the Great Wardrobe to Michaelmas 1718440178
John King, porter of the Wardrobe, for his wage; year to Michaelmas 17182000
John Sergeant, messenger, for his 1s. 6d. a day to Michaelmas 1718 and for his livery3383
Christopher Hill, Master of the King's barges, for points9120
(total of the above 18,849l. 11s.d.)
£s.d.
payments by Letters Patent or by Royal Sign Manual for rewards, liveries etc.:
payments by Letters Patent:
John, Duke of Montagu, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe, in lieu of poundage at 2,000l. for himself and 200l. for his Deputy; by Letters Patent of 5 April 4 Anne; year to Michaelmas 1718
2,20000
Edmund Dummer, Clerk of the Great Wardrobe, for his reward; by ditto of 13 Jan. 1 George I30000
John Plat, Yeoman of the Leash, for his livery, due All Saints Day 1717; by ditto of 6 March ‘19 Car. II’ (fn. 4) 2120
Le Strange Symes, Yeoman and Keeper of the Masks and Revels; for ditto ditto; by ditto of 15 May 30 Car. II168
Edward Harrison, Child of the Leash, for ditto ditto; by ditto of 1 July 32 Car. II1208
John Bret, Joseph Richards, William Weeket and Samuel Clarke, Exchequer messengers, for their liveries due Xmas 1717; by ditto of 13 Dec. 1 George I4160
Edmund Dummer, Clerk of the Great Wardrobe, for his livery due St. Andrew's Day 1717; by ditto of 13 Jan. 1 George I30198
Sir John Vanbrug, Comptroller of the Works, for his livery due Xmas 1717; by ditto of 24 Jan. 1 George I894
Grinling Gibbons, master sculpter and wood carver, for ditto ditto; by ditto of 3 May 1 George I800
Thomas Hughes, master bricklayer, for ditto ditto; by ditto of same date534
Benjamin Jackson, master mason, for ditto ditto; by ditto ditto220
(total by Letters Patent 2,575l. 9s. 8d.)
payments by Dormant Warrant under the Royal Sign Manual:
John, Duke of Montagu, for his livery due Xmas 1717; by dormant Warrant of 22 Nov. 1713
106134
Robert Gardner, Edward Browne, Lawrence Saxon, James Sell, David Harris and William Taylor, Pages of the Bedhamber (Regii conclavis administris) for their liveries due St. John Baptist's Day 1718: by ditto of 12 April, 1 George I280180
John Eccles, Master of the King's Musick, and 21 Musicians, for liveries due St. Andrew's Day 1716; by ditto of 15 Nov. 2 George I354150
Robert Hemington, William Whitmore, Joseph Ashley and Cornelius Tilberg, Grooms of the Privy Chamber (Regis Cubicular 'e Secretioribus), for their liveries due All Saints Day 1717; and four other Pages of the Presence Chamber (sub-cubic') and ten Grooms of the Great Chamber, for ditto due Whitsuntide 1718; by ditto of 14 March 171517420
William Vanhuls, Clerk of the Wardrobe, for his livery due All Saints Day 1718: Michael Hounslief, cook, for ditto ditto; William Johnson, coffer-maker for ditto ditto; Stephen Toulouse, embroiderer, for ditto ditto; Richard Roberts, joiner, for ditto ditto; and John Elrington, Clerk of the Great Wardrobe, for ditto ditto145182
Claude Amyand, the King's barber, for his livery due St. John Baptist's Day 1718; Mary Lownan, laundress, for her livery due St. Andrew's Day 1717; James Moore, a musician, for his livery ditto; John Dissell, former master cook, for ditto due All Saints Day 1717; John Hopson, master joiner, for ditto due Xmas 1717; by ditto of 3 July 1716129710
Francis Fox, tailor of the King's Robes, for liveries due All Saints Day and St. Andrew's Day 1717; and for his fee of 12d. a day for the time of this Account; by ditto of 6 Jan. 1716–178350
Nathaniel Witham, skinner, for his livery due All Saints Day [1717] and for his fee of 2s. a day for the time of this Account; by ditto of 16 April 171740154
Thomas Holles, Duke of Newcastle, Lord Chamberlain, for his livery due Xmas 1717; by ditto of 18 May 171766160
Sir Christopher Wren, late Surveyor General of Works, for his liveries due All Saints Day 1715, 1716, 1717; David Launce, plaisterer, for his liveries for the same years; Thomas Robinson, master smith, for his livery due All Saints Day 1717; Arthur Bradley and Talbot Young, two musicians, for their liveries due St. Andrew's Day 1717; by ditto of 17 Dec. 171794126
(total by Dormant Warrants 1,477l. 3s. 2d.)4,0521210
customary payments to Officers of the Exchequer and the Great Wardrobe:
James, Viscount Stanhope, for his robes at Xmas 1717 as Chancellor of the Exchequer
1440
John Aislabie, Chancellor of the Exchequer, for summer and winter robes at Easter, Whitsuntide and Michaelmas 17182094
Sir William Sympson, a [Cursitor] Baron of the Exchequer, for winter and summer robes Xmas 1717 and Whitsuntide 171812174
Samuel, Lord Masham, King's Remembrancer, for his winter robes Xmas 17174128
Leonard Thompson, Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer, for ditto2134
George Wright, Clerk of the Crown, for winter and summer robes, Xmas 1717 and Whitsuntide 17183510
Edward Harley and Thomas Foley, Auditors of the Imprests, for winter robes, Xmas 17171020
Sir William Ashburnham and Sir Simeon Stewart, bts., Chamberlains of the Exchequer, for winter and summer robes, Xmas 1717 and Whitsuntide 171826130
George, Earl of Halifax, and Henry Pelham, Clerks of the Exchequer, for their robes as above580
John, Duke of Montagu, for like robes as Keeper of the Great Wardrobe, ditto1500
Edmund Dummer, Clerk of the Wardrobe, for ditto ditto3110
John Elrington, Under-Clerk of the Wardrobe, for ditto ditto234
Francis Fox, Yeoman Tailor and the Doorkeeper of the Wardrobe, for ditto ditto and for fees of 6d. and 8d. a day241010
145108
yearly payments to the Officers of the Wardrobe, as of old:
John, Lord Montagu, Keeper; year to Michaelmas 1718
10000
Edmund Dummer, Clerk, for his fee and reward and for office necessaries; ditto24184
Thomas Foley, for the Auditor's fee9168
21650
usual allowances to this Accountant for battelage etc.9124
total payments and allowances£86,7269
and so the Accomptant is in Surplusage£70,65462
Auditor's Memorandum. The said Surplusage hath arisen by allowing in this and preceding Accompts … the whole annual expense of the said Office … according to the ancient method … but it does not appear what part remains unpaid …, the Vouchers … not having been produced …
Declared 5 September 1721.

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: KINGS PENSIONS.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1924, ROLL 15 [A.0.1/1924/15].

William Clayton, Paymaster of the King's Pensions and other Allowances.

Final Account: 29 November 1717 (inclusive) to 18 March 1717–18 (exclusive).

Charge.£s.d.
Arrears: Remaining in this Accomptant's hands upon the determination of his preceding Accompt3,12110
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term, 4 George I, in full of 50,000l. by Privy Seal of 20 Nov. 1716
7,09912
the same term, in part of 50,000l. by Privy Seal of 28 Nov. 4 George I9,348711
Easter term, 4 & 5 George I, in further part of the same13,740176
Michaelmas term, 5 George I, in full of 15,000l. for the support of poor French Protestants by Privy Seal Dormant of 29 Sept. 1714 and Royal Sign Manual of 2 April 17177,50000
(total receipts as above 37,688l. 18s.d.)
total charge and receipts£40,810811
Discharge.£s.d.
Money paid by this Accomptant for the relief of the poor French Protestants:
to Capt. Deguthon for the French clergy
1,50000
to Philip Menard, James Robethon, Moses Pujolas, Louis de Clouseaux and Peter James Du Desert for the laity6,00000
7,50000
pensions and allowances pursuant to Establishments under the Royal Sign Manual and by Special Warrants:
by the Great Establishment of 18 April 1716:
the Countess Dowager of Arlington; half year to Xmas 1717
50000
Katherine Armstrong; same time5000
Mary Armstrong; same time5000
Thomas Atterbury; same time5000
Nehemiah Arnold, for Susanna Arnold; same time1500
Matthias Ascough; same time1500
Mary Ashton; same time1500
Margaret Abernathy; same time1000
Mary Austen; same time400
Sir Thomas Aleyn; same time7500
Elizabeth Aspinwall; same time2000
Richard, Earl of Bellamont, half year to Midsummer 171715000
Charles Bagot. Executor of Col. Richard Bagot, an old soldier; Midsummer 1717 to 18 Nov. 1717, the day of his death77711¼
Jane Berkley; half year to Xmas 171710000
Rebecca Bruges alias Pride; same time4000
Theodore Ballisy; same time7500
Williamina Bunce; same time2500
Deborah Birch; three quarters to Xmas 171715000
Susanna Benson; half year to Xmas 17172500
Elizabeth Battell, widow of Dr. Battell; same time2500
Richard Miller, for Brasseley's children; same time2200
Elizabeth Bedford; same time2000
Anne Byng; same time2000
Walter Butler; same time1500
Grisel Burghill; same time2000
John Butts; same time1500
Elizabeth Boucher and Mary Boucher; same time2000
Elizabeth Bellcheir; same time1000
Martha Bastin; same time1000
Jane Bell; same time1000
Katherine Buck; same time7100
Sarah Browne; same time5100
Elizabeth Batten, widow, from the Princess; same time500
Jeanne Guenon de Beaubuisson and Anne and Jane her daughters; same time5000
Thomas Beverley; same time5000
Matthew Bosch; same time5000
Carsten Bockholtz, valet de chambre to the late Prince George of Denmark; same time2500
Matthew Borow, keeper of the said late Prince's Plate; same time1000
John Brotherson, groom to the said late Prince; same time7100
John, Lord Culpeper; same time30000
the Countess Dowager of Cassillis; same time10000
Sir Henry Dutton Colt; same time10000
Thomas Cornwallis; same time5000
Anne Christian; same time3000
Edith College; same time7500
Magdalen Cunningham; same time1500
Anne Collins; same time1000
Mary Webster and Elizabeth Mission, Executrices of Marmaduke Conway; three months 81 days to 19 Dec. 1717, the day of his death989
Eleanor Conway; half year to Xmas 17171000
Thomas Chamberlaine; same time900
Isaac Crocker; same time600
Eleanor Clauson; same time400
Edmond Chalener, for Farquhar's children; same time1000
Stephen Cailland; same time10000
Visconte Cigala; same time2500
Agnetta Cooper; same time10000
Joanna Cutts; same time5000
Louise de Cire; same time1500
Elie Canolle and Marie Madelaine his wife; same time1000
Anne de Cornet; three quarters to Xmas 17171150
Martha Collins; half year to Xmas 17172000
Penelope Dolliffe, Executrix of Susanna Clarke; six months and 51 days to 14 Aug. 1716, the day of her death6711¼
the Countess Dowager Dalhousie; half year to Xmas 171710000
Susanna Durell; same time15000
Jane Dummer, daughter of Edmond Dummer, late Surveyor of the Navy; same time7500
Elizabeth Doyley; same time5000
Dame Jane Douglas and her daughter; same time3500
Anne Duke; same time22163
John Dwyre in lieu of 2s. day at the Exchequer; same time1850
Hester Dawson; same time1500
Elizabeth Disney and Anne Disney; same time2000
Jane Dickenson; same time1000
Marie de Rambure Drancour; same time12100
Bachelier Delepine; same time1500
Charles, Lord Fitzwalter; same time30000
Lucius Henry, Lord Faulkland; same time20000
Henry Foubert; same time25000
Anne Fielding, for herself and four brothers and sisters; same time12500
Elizabeth Farthing; same time5000
Susanna Foxton, a Colonel's widow; same time5000
Anne Fitzharry; same time2500
Rebecca Foster; same time1500
Rebecca Flower; same time1000
Judith Fitzharry; three quarters to Xmas 17171500
Oswald Fawne; half year to Xmas 1717900
Martha Francis; same time2500
Susanne Farey de Mue and Catherine de Farey, her niece; same time2000
Katherine Field; 1¼ years to Xmas 171737100
Mary Griffith, relict of a Commissioner of the Salt Duties; half year to Xmas 171215000
William Grahme; same time10000
Alice Grahme, widow of Dr. Grahme; same time7500
Elizabeth Grove, widow of Bishop Grove; same time5000
Edward Godfrey; same time7000
John Gostling, clerk; same time2500
Gregory Gemini; same time2500
Mary Gates, Executrix of Bernard Gates; same time2000
Mary Grahme, widow; same time2000
Anne Goldsborough; same time1000
Elizabeth Gibson; same time7100
Eleanor Goddard; same time600
Sir Rowland Gwyn; same time20000
John Gotfred Gulman; same time5000
Daniel Guery; same time2500
Isaac Grognet; same time17100
Anne Grimandet; same time12100
Charlotte Gousset; quarter to Michaelmas 1717400
Anne de la Guiminiere; half year to Xmas 17177100
Judith Hawley; same time15000
George Frederick Handel; same time10000
Henrietta Howard, Executrix of Col. Philip Howard,? 85 days to 17 Sept. 1717, the day of his death46116
Henrietta Howard; half year to Xmas 171710000
James Howard, son of Col. Philip Howard; same time6000
Lucy Howard, relict of Edward Howard; same time5000
Katherine Hildesley; same time2500
Elizabeth Hyde; same time2500
Maj. Nathaniel Hill; same time2500
Katherine Horlackendon; same time2000
Mary Hill; same time2000
George Holder; same time1100
Sarah Hussey; same time1000
Giles Roberts, Executor of Elizabeth Hall; 27 days to 21 July 1717, the day of her death197
Elizabeth Harris; half year to Xmas 17171000
Mary and Penelope Hutton; same time1234
Tabitha Horten; same time500
Thomas, Lord Howard of Effingham; same time40000
William, Lord Hunsdon; same time30000
Ruperta Howe; same time25000
John George Hugk, Secretary to the late Prince George of Denmark; same time10000
James Herault; same time3000
Margaret Humphreys; same time1500
David Harris for Herman's children; same time2000
Elizabeth Wood, Administratrix of Samuel Johnson; same time15000
Mary, Lady Inchiquin; same time10000
the Earl of Jersey, for his younger brother; same time5000
Dr. John Irish; three quarters to Xmas 17177500
Frances Ireland and Jane Ireland; half year to Xmas 17175000
Evert Jollivet; same time2500
Margaret Jolliffe; same time1000
Alice King; same time5000
Mary Kerr; same time5000
Mary Kirk, widow; till her son be provided for; same time5000
Abraham Kempe; same time2000
Anne Kershe; same time1000
Hamnet Kirkes; same time5000
Barbara Killigrew; same time2500
Charlotte, Lady Lovelace, and her son Nevil, Lord Lovelace; three quarters to Ladyday 1718 (a letter from the Treasury, directing the Accomptant to advance her Ladyships' pension)30000
Martha Lockhart; half year to Xmas 171715000
Susanna Leighton; same time5000
Richard Lloyd and John Jones; same time5000
Oliver Lambert, a younger son of the Earl of Cavan; till otherwise provided for; same time2500
Mary Leigh; same time2500
Richard Longbottom; same time2500
Josina Lower; same time1000
John Layng; same time5000
Lady Mary Mordington; same time1000
Lady Anne Morgan; same time10000
Sarah Mathews, widow of Col. Mathews; same time5000
Frances McKenzie and her daughters; same time7500
Sir Winwood Mowat; same time2000
Elizabeth Minshull; same time2500
Margaret Morrison; same time2000
Milborne Madocks; same time1500
Elizabeth McDonel; same time1500
Elizabeth Mcracken; same time1500
Mary Marshall; same time1500
Abram Magney; same time2500
David Morris; same time1000
Rachel, Anne and Francis Mansel; same time1500
Sarah Miller; same time6120
Margaret Lamare; same time7100
Jane Mathews; same time5000
Jane May; same time5000
Daniel Martines; same time5000
Francois Masson; same time12100
Margaret Marolles; three quarters to Xmas 171718150
Elizabeth Maulevirer; same time18150
Samuel de Neufville and Mariane his wife; half year to Xmas 17171000
John Christoff de Martini, Reader of the Lutheran Chapel; same time2000
Susanna, Lady Newport; same time10000
Cecilia Newbury; same time2000
Elizabeth Newman; same time1000
Hannah Nevill; same time4000
Rebecca Oates, widow of Dr. Oates; same time15000
Francis Otway; same time500
Judith de Offranville; same time1000
Guy Palmes; same time30000
William Palmes, junior; same time20000
Lady Mary Philips; same time7500
Robert Paltock; same time2000
Lady Mary Prestwich; same time4000
Rowland Peirce; same time2000
Frances Plunket; same time1500
Anne Pack; same time1500
Rebecca Paulden; same time12100
Edward Purcell; same time1000
Jane Piggot; same time1000
William Powell; same time1000
Anne Pugh; same time1000
Charles Palmer; same time500
William Witchell, son in law of Samuel Pack; for 39 days to 2 Aug. 1717, the day of his death11
Christian de Plessen; half year to Xmas 171720000
Jean Pellet; same time2500
Phillipe de Passack; same time12100
Mary Pasquet; same time1000
Cecilia Presgrave; same time2000
Mary Peates; same time1000
Dorothy Philips; same time4000
Henry Quin; same time3000
John Rowley; same time7500
Joanna Russell, formerly Rivett; same time5000
Lieut. Col. Francis Raynsford; same time5000
Elizabeth Ramsay; same time5000
Francis Raleigh; same time5000
Mary Robins, Queen Mary's Goddaughter; same time2000
Anne Richbell; same time2000
Charlotte Rycant; same time2000
Deborah Rolleston; same time1500
Magdalen Ross; same time1500
Mary Reeves; same time3000
Elizabeth Rossington; same time1500
Capt. Roger Raven; same time13139
Elizabeth Reynolds; same time500
Katherine Roberts; same time500
Peter la Roche, valet de chambre to the late Prince George of Denmark; same time5000
Jean de Rigo; same time12100
Guilaume de Ruel; three quarters to Xmas 171718150
George Sayer, Vice Chamberlain to the late Queen Mary; half year to Xmas 171725000
Sir John Sayer; same time10000
Charles Shales, for the daughters of Capt. Shales, for a debt owing to their father; same time5000
Margaret Swinton; same time2500
Rabsey Smithsby; same time1000
Richard Sydenham; quarter to Michaelmas 1717500
Victoria Slingsby; half year to Xmas 17171000
Mary Shelly; same time20150
Mary Simons; same time1000
Elizabeth Sewell; same time1000
Elizabeth Slingsby; same time1000
Margaret and Sarah Simpson; same time1500
Mary St. Lo; same time500
Anne Struther; same time500
Edward, Earl of Sandwich; same time40000
Maynard, Duke of Schonberg and Leinster; same time50000
Godfriet Steidel, porter of the Lutheran Chapel; same time1000
Mary Smidt, laundress to the late Prince George of Denmark; same time7100
Elizabeth Sherman; same time53150
George Townsend; same time10000
Margaret Townsend, widow of a late Clerk of the Wardrobe; same time5000
Dorothy Torway, late Mrs. Hyde; same time2500
Margaret Thorny croft; same time3000
Elizabeth Tattersall; same time1000
Windham Thompson; same time500
Clifton Thompson; two years to Xmas 17172000
Catherine Tessein; half year to Xmas 1717500
Madalaine Thomas; same time500
Thomas Tagg; same time500
Martha de Tehilhac; same time7100
Rachel Thomas; same time3000
James Vernon, senior, same time30000
the Lady Orkney for Col. Villiers's children; same time10000
Anne Villiers, widow of Col. Villiers; same time5000
Elizabeth Varboon; same time1000
Jaques Vezian; same time2500
John Uvedale (by Nevil Ridley); three quarters to Xmas 171715000
George Whichcote; same time30000
Elizabeth Winstanley, widow of the engineer who built the Edystone; half year to Xmas 17175000
Elizabeth Waggett; same time4000
William Wattson; same time4000
Elizabeth Wandesford; same time2500
Margaret Whittle; same time2000
Winifred Whalley; same time1500
Mary Walter; same time1000
Sarah Wright; same time1000
Anne and Elizabeth Wilkinson; same time2000
Jane Walter; same time7100
Anne Whittle; same time1000
John Whittle; same time1300
Teresa Wroughton; same time300
Katherine Walters; same time2100
Coort Walkeling, Substitute Privy Purse to the late Prince George of Denmark; same time5000
Richard Watts; same time2500
Margaret Watson; same time5000
Katherine Walter; same time10000
Didric Walters, junior; same time5000
Mercy Young and Frances Young; three quarters to Xmas 17174500
Evidences in the Assassination Plot against King William III; Capt. George Porter and Capt. George Fisher; Capt. William Boyce and Robert Inwood; John Lunt; Edward Brown; half year to Xmas 1717; also to Ruth Bertram, Executrix of Thomas Bertram for 55 days to 18 Aug. 1717, the day of his death42715
Dr. Robert Cannon, Sub-almoner for private pensions or charities at 800l. per an. and for an Arabic professor at Oxford and Cambridge; three quarters to Ladyday 1718 (a letter from the Treasury directing the Accomptant to advance the last quarter)67500
Ciprian and Paul Appia; year to Xmas 17172000
Thomas Barclay, Minister of Albany in New York; three quarters to Xmas 171737100
John, Lord Bishop of London, for a Minister in New England; year to Xmas 171710000
the same, for maintaining Henry and John Giraud; three quarters to Xmas 17174500
Robert Milling, Minister of the British Church at The Hague; half year to Xmas 17171500
Rice Evans, Minister of the English church at Amsterdam; same time5000
J. Mapletoft, Minister of the English church at Rotterdam; same time5000
J. Turner, Minister of Greenwich, in lieu of tithes; same time2113
Nicholas Onley, Vicar of Westminster, in lieu of tithes for land belonging to Westminster House; same time256
Anthoine Marie de la Croze, Vicar of Old Windsor, in lieu of tithes for lands laid into Windsor Great Park; same time12100
Samuel Croxall, Vicar of Hampton church, of tithes for lands laid into Hampton Court Park; same time18010
the same, as Chaplain of Hampton Court Palace; same time2500
Timothy Poole, Reader of Hampton Court Palace; same time1000
P. Gaily De Gaujar, Minister of the French church at Wapping; same time2000
Francis Heweldine; same time4000
Dr. Nathaniel Hough, Afternoon Preacher at Kensington; same time1000
Benjamin Power, schoolmaster at Wapping; same time1000
Tregonnel Frampton and John Dighton, Trustees of the School at Newmarket, for the Schoolmaster there; same time2500
Henry Wise, Treasurer of the Charity School at Kensington, for the Schoolmaster there; same time1500
James Harwood, Schoolmaster at Windsor; same time1500
John Conradus Wernley, for service in Switzerland; same time5000
Thomas Rutter, Mayor and Chamberlain, and John Redman, John Giblet and John Barrett, Churchwardens, for the church and poor at New Windsor; same time6000
Paul Ryley and others. Churchwardens of Hampton, for the poor of Hampton; same time2500
Henry Priest and Avery Vokins, Churchwardens of Westminster, in lieu of poor's rate for Kensington House; same time2100
the same, for the poor of St. Margaret's, Westminster; same time2500
the same, for the Hospital in Tuttle Fields; same time2500
John Bird and James Raing, Churchwardens of St. Martin's, for the poor thereof; same time5000
Samuel Hancock and John Barnes, Churchwardens of St. James's, for the poor thereof; same time2500
Thomas Beckington and John Hearne, Churchwardens of Kensington, for the poor thereof; same time12100
John Millington, Minister of Kensington, for tithes; same time089
Doctor Prat, Chanter of St. George's Chapel at Windsor, in lieu of tithes; three quarters to Xmas 1717096
Thomas Griffith, Surveyor of the Highways at Paddington; half year to Xmas 17170150
Robert Cromwell, Churchwarden of Paddington; same time076
John Robertson, Collector of the Tithes at Paddington; same time0100
16,4350
payments to French Refugees, persons of quality and others, by the hands of Jacob De La Mot Blagny; pursuant to another Establishment of same date:
Marie and Madelaine Alix; half year to Xmas 1717
3000
Abel Tassein D'Alonne, who was Secretary to Queen Mary; same time10000
James Webb, Administrator of Elizabeth Boucher; from Midsummer 1717 to 23 Dec. 1717, the day of her death24210½
Judith Benigne and Charlotte de Goisy; three quarters to Xmas 171733150
Anne de Boisrousseau; half year to Xmas 17171500
Marie Boitou; same time1500
Marie Beverige; same time1500
Edward and Maximilian Bourdiques; same time1500
Henriette Saurin, Administratrix of Elizabeth de la Barre; from Ladyday 1717 to the day of her death916
Henriette De Bellefons; half year to Xmas 17171500
Chaterine de Bourbon; same time1800
Rose Baricave; same time12100
Anne de la Borde; same time1200
Catherine D'Hubac; same time1000
Susanne De Blance; three quarters to Xmas 17171500
Catherine De Fosse; half year to Xmas 17171000
Pierre Balmier; same time1500
Judith Beconne; same time7100
Francoise de Grandry de Bette; same time7100
Isabelle de Bacalan; same time7100
Judith de Brugere de Peray; same time600
Marie de Breville; same time600
Susanne De bette; same time600
Jean Bern; same time1000
Claude de Bos; same time1000
Daniel Bascoul; same time1000
Charlote Barbot; same time1500
Marie Bonet; same time7100
Lucrece de Chavernay; same time2500
Marie de Champagne; three quarters to Xmas 17173000
Susanne Canterian; half year to Xmas 17172000
Henriette de Corment de Foultcharmoy; same time1800
Hester de Civile; same time1500
Madelaine Chamier; same time12100
Marie and Susanne de Champlorier; same time1500
Madelaine de la Chenay; same time1000
Marie de la Chenay; same time1000
Marguerite De la Croizette; same time1000
Marie and Katherine du Chail; same time1000
Anne Gabrielle Cossarde; same time1000
Marianne de Cour; same time7100
Marie Jolie de Chadignac; same time600
Anne de Cloux; same time500
Catherine de St. Clair; same time1000
Camille Catelet; same time12100
Marie de Chabane; same time500
Mariane de Charon; same time7100
Charlotte de Dangeau; same time5000
Marc Antonie Davessien de Moncal and Madelaine his wife; same time5000
Anne Deville; same time2500
Claude Davene; same time2000
Madelaine Dormant; same time1500
Catherine de Dollon; same time1500
Elizabeth Sixte Dalem; same time1500
Francois Dallans; same time12100
Marthe D'offranville; same time12100
Claudia Duncan; same time1000
Elizabeth Marmande D'Aucere; same time1000
Marie Dane our; same time1000
Catherine Prat de la Devese; same time1000
Angelique Dondart; same time600
Louise Dagneaux; same time7100
Marie Dagneaux; same time7100
Isaac Dalais who was Secretary to her late Majesty [Queen Anne] at the Court of Hanover; same time5000
Susanne, Duchesse de la Force; same time25000
Grosmenil de Magny and others, for the Society of French Gentlewomen at The Hague; same time10000
Blanche de Fournie; same time12100
Marie de la Ferriere; same time1200
Marie Benigne de Franquefort; same time1000
Louise de Foyssac; three quarters to Xmas 17171500
Bernardine de Falgueroles; half year to Xmas 1717600
Pierre Falaisseau; same time10000
Marie de lisle du Gast; same time2500
Anne Daniel du Grangue and Susanne Daniel; same time2000
Francoise Gueraud; same time2000
Anne Grossvenor; same time1500
Anne Guerin; same time1500
Marie Gacherie; same time1000
Angelique Legoux; same time1000
Marianne Legendre; same time1000
Ester Golim; same time7100
Benjamin Germain and Susanne his wife; same time1000
the Princess of Holsteinbeck; same time10000
Charlotte Justel; same time3000
Marie Jancour; same time1000
Marie Juneau; same time500
Henriette de Champagne de Juigny; same time12100
Margarit Joly; same time1000
Anne, Margaret, Levinse and Marie, the four daughters of Amelia Kayser; same time1200
Jeanne de Benne de Louvigny; same time2000
Henriette de Louvigny and Marie de Louvigny, her daughters; same time3000
Marie Delamarie; same time1500
Constance Delamarie; same time1000
Olimpe de Longuevergne; same time1000
Margarit Loraine; same time7100
Ester and Lucrece Longueverne; same time1500
Jean Lardant; same time12100
Louise du Tresor du Mesnil Lambert; same time1000
Anne de Langerac; same time2500
Helene de Marenein and Marie Cornet; same time3500
Marie de Monceau, sister of the late Major General la Melonire; same time2500
Susanne de Molien; same time2000
Charlotte Talemant de Marmaude; same time2000
Louise and Aimée de la Mangere; same time1500
Mary and Ester du Mont; same time1500
Henriette Marie de la Muce; same time1500
Madelaine de la Martineire; same time1500
Anna de Manclere; same time2000
the Executrix of Susanne Culam de St. Mesme; Midsummer 1717 to 24 Dec. 1717, the day of her death914
Francois, Jean, Catherine and Margarit Marioge; half year to Xmas 17171000
Charlotte Monguion; same time7100
Anne Gabriele de Mon Meillan; same time7100
Anne Guinebaut de la Miliere; same time7100
Michel de Mentegur; same time7100
Susanne Gomorez de Marolles; same time600
Jane Mouchard; same time600
Isaac de Malray; same time500
George Maturin, Minister; same time2500
Louise Marguerit Desbiass Mongomeré; year to Xmas 17173000
Anne and Gabrielle, two sisters of Martigny; half year to Xmas 17171500
Jean Rhumb de Montigny; same time5000
Jean de la Menardiere; same time2000
James Maxwell (Mary Barquet being dead); three quarters to Xmas 17171500
Claude Marguerit de Neufville; half year to Xmas 17171000
Frederic Guillaume, Prince of Nassau Sigen; same time5000
Susanne Petit; same time2000
Victoire de Pardailan; three quarters to Xmas 171722100
Susanne de la Penotiere; half year to Xmas 171712100
Marie Francoise de St. Paul; same time12100
Susanne Palie; same time1000
Bonne Green de Parcourt; same time1000
Elizabeth Perigoix; same time1000
Hipolite de Pressac; same time1000
Andre, Pierre and Henriette de la Prunanday; same time7100
Marie de Pechelves; same time12100
Marie La Pie; same time7100
Louise Pinyot; same time7100
Marie Pinyot; same time7100
Pierre Perault; same time2000
Clement Patonnier; same time2000
Susanne and Catherine de Portneuf; same time1500
Marie Perer; same time7100
Judith de Roux and Marie, her daughter; same time1000
Jacqueline Godeau de la Roche: same time8100
Judy Ricard; same time7100
Francoise Marie Reynaud; same time600
Lady Charlotte de Roussi; same time20000
Jacques, Marquis de Rochegude; three quarters to Xmas 17127500
Jean de Rochegude; same time37100
Marie Antoine Reboul; half year to Xmas 17171000
Susanne and Elizabeth Robethon; same time2000
Constantin de Reneville; same time2500
Catherine Siegler; same time2500
Jane de la Salle; same time2000
Susanne De Serrure; same time1500
Susanne Desercler; same time1000
Blanche Samasan; same time7100
Henriette Samasan; same time7100
Francoise Saret; same time600
Marguerit Saran; same time500
Susanne Saran; same time500
Marie de Samasan; same time7100
Jean de Soucelles for the Society Harelem; three quarters to Xmas 17171500
Amelie de Stirum; half year to Xmas 17172500
Marie Urseline de Stirum; same time2500
Henriette Pons de Thors; three quarters to Xmas 17174500
Pierre de la Touche; half year to Xmas 17172500
Marie de There and Marie de Blagny; same time3000
Elizabeth and Benigne Torteron; same time1700
Madelaine Judith de Proisy debte de Tughy; same time1500
Bernard de Vignan; same time4000
Claude de Veneville; same time3500
Michael Levassor; same time3000
Marguerit and Henriette De Villenure; same time2000
Thomas de la Cour de Vicouse; same time1500
Judith Valentine; same time12100
Elizabet Veron; same time7100
Marie Venier; same time7100
Elizabet de Vebron; same time600
Marie de Verveillon; same time600
Marie St. Faust Vicouse; same time12100
Francoise Verrie; same time7100
Gabrielle de Roussett, a blind woman; same time600
Isabelle de la Verrie; same time800
Nicholas Rambouillet and Louise Marie, his wife; same time7500
3,6738
payments for pensions and Royal Bounty by particular Warrants under the Royal Sign Manual etc.:
by dormant Warrant under the Royal Sign Manual countersigned at the Treasury 6 July 1716:
Henry Florent, Count of Brandenburg; half year to Xmas 1717
7500
Amelie Louise, Princesse of Portugal; three quarters to Xmas 17176000
the Executors of Elizabet Marie her sister; Midsummer 1717 to 15 Oct. 1717, the day of her death141310
Amalie van Ghent and Henriette de Hompesch, her daughters; half year to Xmas 17173500
Jane de Neufville; same time3000
(total under the above Warrant 214l. 13s. 10d.)
by Royal Sign Manual of 15 Nov. 1715:
Richard Marshall upon accompt of his yearly salary of 1,600l. per an. for keeping the King's Stud at Hampton Court and his running horses at Newmarket from Midsummer 1717
50000
by dormant Warrant from the Prince of Wales as Guardian of the Kingdom of 10 Sept. 1716:
the Treasurer of the Charity School at Kensington; half year to Xmas 1717
2500
the Treasurer of the Charity School at Richmond in Surrey; three quarters to Xmas 171722100
(total under the above Warrant 47l. 0s. 0d.)
by like dormant Warrant of 1 Oct. 1716:
the late Prince of Denmark's Musick, James Paisible; three quarters to Xmas 1717
7500
John Earnest Gaillard; half year to Xmas 17175000
John Aubert, Humphrey Denby, James Graves, William Smith and Peter Lateur; same time14000
the Executor of Stephen Lefevre; Ladyday 1717 to 19 Oct. 1717, the date of his death311
(total under the above Warrant 296l. 1s.d.)
by like dormant Warrant of 9 Oct. 1716:
John Xeres, a Jew converted to the Christian Faith; half year to Xmas 1717
26176
by like dormant Warrant of 10 Jan. 1716–17:
Anne Rushworth; same time
2500
by dormant Warrant under the Royal Sign Manual countersigned at the Treasury of 5 Feb. 1716–17:
Luke Schaub; same time
10000
by like dormant Warrant of 7 Feb. 1716–17:
Francois Louise de Pesuce, Seigneur de St. Saphorin; same time
50000
by like dormant Warrant of 14 Feb. 1716–17:
Margaret Alex; same time
5000
by like dormant Warrant of 30 April 1717:
Charles Douglas; same time
20000
by like dormant Warrant of same date:
Gabriel Dumaunt, Baron de Blaignac; same time
7500
by like dormant Warrant of 13 May 1717:
George, Earl of Warrington; same time
75000
by like dormant Warrant of same date:
Henry, Lord Herbert of Cherbury; same time
30000
by like dormant Warrant of 15 May 1717:
John de Birendorffe; same time
10000
by like dormant Warrant of 7 June 1717:
Sir William Gostwick, bt.; quarter to Xmas 1717
10000
by like dormant Warrant of same date:
Elizabeth Biball; half year to Xmas 1717
12100
by like dormant Warrant of 16 July 1717:
Robert Patten and William Calderwood at 50l. per an. each and William Mackintosh, William Shaw, James Lapan and William Patten at 30l. per an. each; same time
11000
by like dormant Warrant of 26 July 1717:
Thomas, Earl of Westmorland; year to Xmas 1717
1,00000
George, Lord Abergavenny, Henry, Earl of Berkshire, and Henry, Lord Teynham, at 1,000l. per an. each; Frederick, Earl of Rochford at 600l. per an.; and Washington, Earl Ferrers at 500l. per an.; half year to Xmas 17172,05000
(total under the above Warrant 3,050l.)
by like dormant Warrant of 2 Aug. 1717:
George Werden; half year to Xmas 1717
2500
by like dormant Warrant of 6 Aug. 1717:
Alexander Macdonald and Thomas Butler; same time
2000
by like dormant Warrant of 28 Aug. 1717:
Joseph, Conte de Vivians at 100l. per an.; Catherine de Verangeville at 25l. per an.; Anne Philotee Daubus at 40l. per an.; Pierre Declaris Florian and Marie de St. Mesme at 25l. per an.; half year to Xmas 1717
107100
Jacques Saurin; 17 Sept. 1717 to Xmas 17172859
(total under the above Warrant 135l. 15s. 9d.)
by like dormant Warrant of 22 Oct. 1717:
Abrigail Holland; Xmas quarter 1717
500
by like Warrant of same date:
Benjamin Tyers; same time
2000
by like Warrant of 18 Nov. 1717:
Henry Mark Tento; same time
2500
by like dormant Warrant of same date:
Lewis Renard; same time
5000
by like dormant Warrant of same date: Armand Louis de St. George, Seigneur de Massay; same time15000
by like dormant Warrant of 18 Nov. 1717:
Matthew Bosch, for his Additional Pension; same time
2500
by like dormant Warrant of same date:
William Frederick Pape; same time
12100
by like dormant Warrant of same date:
Didrick Walters, for his Additional Pension; same time
2500
by like dormant Warrant of 23 Nov. 1717:
Lady Mary Vere and Lady Harriot Vere; same time
12500
by like dormant Warrant of 17 Dec. 1717:
William Powell, for his Additional Pension; same time
500
by like dormant Warrant of 17 Dec. 1717:
Charles Bodville, Earl of Radnor; two years to 23 Nov. 1717
2,00000
by like dormant Warrant of 18 Jan. 1717–18:
John Melton; quarter to same time
500
by like dormant Warrant of 19 March 1717–18:
Thomas Day; half year to same time
15000
by like dormant Warrant of same date: Agnes Leigh; same time5000
by like dormant Warrant of 3 April 1718:
John Derison; quarter to same time
5000
by like dormant Warrant of 24 April 1718:
Arneas Cameron; half year to same time
1500
9,35018
(total payments as above 29,459l. 7s.d.)
Exchequer fees, etc.:
Exchequer fees and incidents
7511610
this Accomptant for his extraordinary charge, Xmas 1717 to 19 March 1717–182945
the same for riding charges of himself and his clerk1389
Thomas Foley for the Auditor's fee18103
1,0781
money paid into the Exchequer by tally 11 May 5 George I2,7730
total payments and allowances£40,810811¼
and so this Accomptant is in Surplusage
Declared 27 May 1719.
£00

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: KINGS PENSIONS.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1924, ROLL 16 [A.O.1/1924/16].

Walter Chetwynd, Paymaster of the King's Pensions and other Allowances.

18 March 1717–18 to 25 December 1718.

Charge.£s.d.
Arrears: remaining in this Accomptant's hands none, this being his first Accomptnil
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Easter term, 4 & 5 George I, in part of 50,000l. by Privy Seal of 24 May 4 George I
18,72716
Michaelmas term, 5 George I, in further part of the same1,65000
total charge and receipts£20,37716
Discharge.£s.d.
Pensions and allowances pursuant to Establishments under the Royal Sign Manual and by special Warrants:
by the Great Establishment of 18 April 1716:
Isabella, Duchess of Grafton, Executrix to the Countess Dowager of Arlington; Xmas 1717 to 18 Jan. 1717–18 the day of the Countess's death
6515
Katherine Armstrong; Ladyday quarter 17182500
Mary Armstrong; same time2500
Thomas Atterbury; same time2500
Nehemiah Arnold; same time7100
Mathias Ascough; same time7100
Mary Ashton; same time7100
Margaret Abernathy; same time500
Sir Thomas Aleyn; same time37100
Elizabeth Aspinwall; same time1000
Rebecca Burges alias Pride; same time2000
Theodore Ballisy; same time37100
Williamina Bunce; same time12100
Susanna Benson; same time12100
Elizabeth Battle; same time12100
Richard Miller, for Brasseley's children; same time1100
Elizabeth Bedford; same time1000
Anne Byng; same time1000
Walter Butler; same time7100
Grizel Burghill; same time1000
John Butts; same time7100
Elizabeth Boucher and Mary Boucher; same time1000
Elizabeth Belcheir; same time500
Martha Bastin; same time500
Jane Bell; same time500
Katherine Buck; same time3150
Sarah Browne; same time2150
Elizabeth Batten, widow; same time2100
Jeanne Guenon de Beaubuisson and Anne and Jane her daughters; same time2500
Thomas Beverley; same time2500
Mathew Bosh; same time2500
Castern Blockholt, valet de chambre to the late Prince George of Denmark; same time12100
Mathew Borow, Keeper of the late Prince's Plate; same time500
John Brotherston, Groom to the said late Prince; same time3150
John, Lord Colpeper; same time15000
the Countess Dowager of Cassillis; same time5000
Sir Henry Dutton Colt; same time5000
Thomas Cornwallis; same time2500
Edith College; same time37100
Anne Christian; same time1500
Magdalen Cunningham; same time7100
Anne Colins; same time500
Eleanor Conway; same time500
Thomas Chamberlain; same time4100
Isaac Crocker; same time300
Eleanor Clauson; same time200
Edmond Chaloner, for Farquhar's children; same time500
Stephen Cailland; same time5000
Visconte Cigala; same time12100
Agnetta Cowper; same time5000
Louise de Cire; same time7100
Elie Canolle and Marie Madelaine his wife; same time500
Anne de Cormel; same time3150
Martha Collins; same time1000
the Countess Dowager of Dalhousie; same time5000
Susanna Durell; same time7500
Jane Dummer, daughter of Edward Dummer, late Surveyor of the Navy; same time37100
Elizabeth Doyley; same time2500
Dame Jane Douglas and her daughter; same time17100
Anne Duke; same time118
John Dwyre, in lieu of 5s. a day at the Exchequer; same time926
Hester Dawson; same time7100
Elizabeth Disney and Anne Disney; same time1000
Jane Dickenson; same time500
Marie de Rambure Draucourt; same time650
Bachelier Delepine; same time500
Charles, Lord Fitzwalter; same time15000
Lucius Henry, Lord Falkland; same time10000
Henry Foubert; same time12500
Anne Fielding, for herself and four brothers and sisters; same time62100
Elizabeth Farthing; same time2500
Susanna Faxton, a Colonel's widow; same time2500
Anne Fitzharry; same time12100
Rebecca Forster; same time7100
Rebecca Flower; same time500
Judith Fitzharry; same time500
Oswald Fawne; same time4100
Martha Francis; same time12100
Susanna Farey de Mue and Katherine de Farey, her niece; same time1000
Katherine Field; same time7100
Mary Griffith, relict of a Commissioner of the Salt Duties; same time7500
Alice Grahme, widow of Dr. Grahme: same time37100
Elizabeth Grove, widow of Bishop Grove; same time2500
Edward Godfrey; same time3500
John Gosling, clerk; same time12100
Gregory Gemini; same time12100
Mary Gates, Executrix of Bernard Gates; same time1000
Mary Grahme, widow; same time1000
Anne Goldsborough; same time500
Elizabeth Gibson; same time3150
Eleanor Goddard; same time300
Sir Rowland Gwynn; same time10000
John Godfrid Gulman; same time2500
Daniel Gury; same time12100
Isaac Grognet; same time8150
Anne Grimandet; same time650
Anne de la Guiminiere; same time3150
Judith Hawley; same time7500
George Frederick Handel; same time5000
Henrietta Howard; same time5000
James Howard, son of Col. Philip Howard; same time3000
Lucy Howard, relict of Edward Howard; same time2500
Katherine Hildesley; same time12100
Elizabeth Hyde; same time12100
Major Nathaniel Hill: same time12100
Katherine Harlackenden; same time1000
Mary Hill; same time1000
George Holder; same time5100
Sarah Hussey; same time500
Elizabeth Harris; same time500
Mary and Penelope Hutton; same time618
Tabitha Horton; same time2100
Thomas, Lord Howard of Effingham; same time20000
William, Lord Hunsdon; same time15000
Ruperta Howe; same time12500
John George Hugh, Secretary to the late Prince George of Denmark; same time5000
James Heralt; same time1500
Margaret Humphreys; same time7100
David Harris, for Herman's children; same time1000
Elizabeth Wood, Administratrix of Samuel Johnson, clerk; same time7500
Mary, Lady Inchiquin; same time5000
the Earl of Jersey, for his younger brother; same time2500
Francis and John Ireland; same time2500
Evert Jollivet; same time12100
Margaret Jolliffe; same time500
Alice King; same time2500
Mary Kerr; same time2500
Mary Kirke, widow, till her son be provided for; same time2500
Abraham Kempe; same time1000
Anne Kirshe; same time500
Hamnet Kirkes; same time2500
Barbara Killegrew; same time12100
Charlotte, Lady Lovelace; half year to Michaelmas 1718 (a letter from the Treasury having directed her Ladyship's pension to be advanced)20000
Martha Lockhart; Ladyday quarter 17187500
Susanna Leighton; same time2500
Richard Lloyd and John Jones; same time2500
Oliver Lambert, a younger son of the Earl of Cavan (till otherwise provided for); same time12100
Mary Leigh; same time12100
Richard Longbottom; same time12100
Josina Lower; same time500
John Laying; same time2500
Lady Mary Mordington; same time500
Lady Anne Morgan; same time5000
Sarah Matthews, widow of Col. Matthews; same time2500
Francis McKenzie and her daughters; same time37100
Elizabeth Minshul; same time12100
Margaret Morrison; same time1000
Milborne Madocks; same time7100
Elizabeth McDonnel; same time7100
Elizabeth Mcracken; same time7100
Mary Marshal; same time7100
Abraham Magney; same time12100
David Morris; same time500
Rachel Anne and Frances Mansel; same time7100
Sarah Miller; same time360
Margaret Lamare; same time3150
Jane Mathews; same time2500
Jane May; same time2500
Daniel Martines; same time2500
Francois Masson; same time650
Elizabeth De Maulevrier; same time650
Samuel De Neufville and Mariane his wife; same time500
John Christoffe de Martini, Reader of the Lutheran Chapel; same time1000
Susanna, Lady Newport; same time5000
Cecilia Newbury; same time1000
Elizabeth Newman; same time500
Hannah Nevil; same time2000
Rebecca Oates, widow of Dr. Titus Oates; same time7500
Frances Otway; same time2100
Judith d'Offranville; same time500
Guy Palmes; same time15000
William Palmes, junior; same time10000
Lady Mary Phillips; same time37100
Robert Paltock; same time1000
Lady Mary Prestwich; same time1000
Rowland Peirce; same time1000
Francis Plunket; same time7100
Anne Pack; same time7100
Rebecca Paulden; same time650
Edward Purcell; same time500
Jane Piggott; same time500
William Powel; same time500
Anne Pugh; same time500
Christian De Plessen; same time10000
Jean Pellett; same time12100
Philipe De Passac; same time650
Marie Pasquet; same time500
Cecilia Presgrave; same time1000
Mary Peates; same time500
Dorothy Phillips; same time2000
Henry Quin; same time1500
John Rowley; same time37100
Lieut. Col. Francis Raynsford; same time2500
Elizabeth Ramsey; same time2500
Frances Raleigh; same time2500
Mary Robins, Queen Mary's god-daughter; same time1000
Anne Richbell; same time1000
Charlotte Rycant; same time1000
Deborah Rollestone; same time7100
Magdalen Ross; same time7100
Mary Reeves; same time1500
Elizabeth Rossington; same time7100
Katherine Robertes; same time2100
Pierre La Roche, valet to the late Prince George of Denmark; same time2500
Jean de Rigo; same time650
Guleaume De Ruel; same time650
George Sayers, Esq.; same time12500
Sir John Sayers; same time5000
Margaret Swinton; same time12100
Rabsey Smithsby; same time500
Victoria Slingsby; same time500
Mary Shelley; same time1076
Mary Simons; same time500
Elizabeth Slingsby; same time500
Margaret Simpson; same time3150
Sarah Simpson; same time3150
Mary St. Loe; same time2100
Anne Struther; same time2100
Edward, Earl of Sandwich; three quarters to Michaelmas 171860000
Meinerd, Duke of Schonberg and Leinster; Ladyday quarter 171825000
Godfried Steidel, porter to the Lutheran Chapel; same time500
Mary Smidt, laundress to the late Prince George of Denmark; same time3150
Elizabeth Sherman; same time26176
Margaret Townsend, widow to a late Clerk of the Wardrobe; same time2500
George Townsend; same time5000
Dorothy Torway; same time12100
Mary Thornicroft; same time1500
Elizabeth Tattersall; same time500
Cliffton Thompson; same time2100
Katherine Tessien; same time2100
Magdalen Thomas; same time2100
Thomas Tagg; same time2100
Martha de Teilhac; same time3150
Rachel Thomas; same time1500
James Vernon, senior; same time15000
the Lady Orkney, for Col. Villere's children; same time5000
Anne Viliers; same time2500
Elizabeth Verboon; same time500
Jaques Vezian; same time12100
Nevil Ridley, for the use of John Uvedale, a minor; same time5000
George Whichcote; same time10000
Elizabeth Winstanley, widow of the Engineer who built the Edystone2500
Elizabeth Waggett; same time2000
William Watson; same time2000
Elizabeth Wandesford; same time12100
Margaret Whittle; same time1000
Winefred Whaley; same time7100
Mary Walter; same time500
Sarah Wright; same time500
Anne and Elizabeth Wilkinson; same time1000
Jane Walter; same time3150
Anne Whittle; same time500
John Whittle, clerk; same time6100
Teresa Wroughton; same time1100
Katherine Walters; same time150
Coort Walkeling, Substitute Privy Purse to the late Prince George of Denmark; same time2500
Richard Watts; same time12100
Margaret Watson; same time2500
Dame Katherine Waller; same time5000
Didric Walters, junior; same time2500
Mercy Young and Frances Young; same time1500
witnesses in the Assassination Plot:
George Porter and Richard Fisher at 160l. per an. each, William Boyce at 156l.per an., Robert Inwood at 78l. per an., John Lunt at 52l. per an. and Edward Browne at 26l. per an.; same time
20800
Dr. Thomas Linford, Sub-almoner for Private Pensions and Charities; half year to Michaelmas 1718; and for Arabick Professors at Oxford and Cambridge, same time45000
Cyprian and Paul Appia: quarter to Ladyday 1718500
John, Lord Bishop of London, for a Minister in New England; same time2500
Rice Evans, Minister of the English church at Amsterdam; same time2500
J. Mapletoft, Minister of the English church at Rotterdam; same time2500
Dr. La Croze, Vicar of Old Windsor; same time650
Pierre Gauly de Gaujac, Minister of the French chapel at Wapping; same time1000
Francis Hewerdine; same time2000
N. Hough, Doctor of Divinity, Minister of Kensington for an afternoon preacher; same time500
Benjamin Power, schoolmaster at Wapping; same time500
John Dighton, Trustee for the schoolmaster at Newmarket; same time12100
Henry Lowman, Treasurer for the schoolmaster at Kensington; same time7100
Thomas Rutter, Mayor, for the Charity School at Windsor; same time7100
John Conradus Werneley; same time2500
Samuel Gilman, Mayor, et aliis for the church and poor at New Windsor; same time3000
Avery Vokins and Richard Nourse Churchwardens of St. Margaret's, Westminster, in lieu of a poor's rate, and for the poor of the said church and the Hospital in Tuttle Fields; same time2650
James Rainge and Philip Davis, Churchwardens of the parish of St. Martin's in the Fields for the poor thereof; same time2500
John Barnes and John Green, Churchwardens of the parish of St. James's, for the poor thereof; same time12100
Benjamin Bancks and Robert Watts, Churchwardens of the parish of Kensington, for the poor there; same time650
John Millington, Minister of Kensington, in lieu of tithes; same time04
7,86717
payments to French Refugees, persons of quality and others, by the hands of Jacob De la Mot Blagny, pursuant to another Establishment of the same date:
Marie and Madelaine Alix; Ladyday quarter 1718
1500
Abel Tassein Dallone, who was Secretary to Queen Mary; same time5000
Judith Benique and Charlotte de Goisy; same time1150
Anne de Boirousseau; same time7100
Marie Boitous; same time7100
Marie Beveridge; same time7100
Edward and Maximilian Bourdignes; same time7100
Henry de Bellefons; same time7100
Catherine de Bourbon; same time900
Rose Baricave; same time650
Anne Delaborde; same time600
Catherine D'hubac; same time500
Susanne Leblanc; same time500
Catherine Defosse; same time500
Pierre Palmier; same time7100
Judith Debaconne; same time3150
Francoise De Giandry Debette; same time3150
Isebelle Bacalan; same time3150
Juelist (sic) De Brugere; same time300
Anne de Breuille; same time300
Susanne Debette; same time300
Jean Bern; same time500
Claude Dubos; same time500
Daniel Bascout; same time500
Charlotte Barbote; same time7100
Marie Bouet; same time3150
Lucrece de Chavernay; same time12100
Marie de Champagne; same time1000
Susanne Cantrian; same time1000
Henriette de Cormont de Hoult Charmors; same time900
Ester de Civille; same time7100
Madelaine Charnier; same time650
Marie and Susanne de Champlouier; same time7100
Madelaine de la Chenay; same time500
Marie de la Chenay; same time500
Marguerite de la Croisette; same time500
Marie Du Chail; same time500
Anne Cossarde; same time500
Marianne de Court; same time3150
Marie Joly de Chadignac; same time300
Anne Ducloux; same time2100
Catherine de St. Clair; same time500
Camille Cletelet; same time650
Marie de Chabanne; same time2100
Marianne de Charou; same time3150
Charlotte de Dangeau; same time2500
Marc Antoin Davessein de Moncal and Madelaine his wife; same time2500
Anne Deville; same time12100
Claude Davene; same time1000
Madelaine Dornaut; same time7100
Catherine De Dolhou; same time7100
Elizabeth Sixt Dalem; same time7100
Francois Dallous; same time650
Marthe D'Offranville; same time650
Claudia Duncan; same time500
Elizabeth Marmaude Dacere; same time500
Marie Dancour; same time500
Catherine Prat de la Devese; same time500
Louise Dagneaux and Marie Dagneaux; same time7100
Isaac Dalais, who was Secretary to her late Majesty [Queen Anne] at the Court of Hanover; same time2500
Susanne, Duchesse De la Force; same time12500
Grosmenil de Magny, for the Society of French Gentlewomen at the Hague; same time5000
Blanche de Fournie; same time650
Marie De la Ferriore; same time600
Marie Benique de Franquefort; same time500
Louise de Foissac; same time500
Bernardine Falquerole; same time300
Pierre Falaisseau; same time5000
Marie De Lisle du Gat; same time12100
Anne Daniele De Granques and Susanne Daniele; same time1000
Francoise Guerard; same time1000
Anne Grosvenor; same time7100
Anne de Guerin; same time7100
Marie Gacherie; same time500
Angelique Le Goux; same time500
Marianne Le Gendre; same time500
Ester Gohn; same time3150
Benjamin Germaine and Susanne his wife; same time500
the Princess of Holsteinbeck; same time5000
Charlotte Justel; same time1500
Marie Faucour; same time500
Marie Jauneau; same time2100
Henriette Champagne Juigny; same time650
Marguerit Joly; same time500
Anne, Marguerit, Levinse and Maria, the four daughters of Amelia Keyser; same time600
Jeanne de Benne de Louvigny; same time1000
Henriette de Louvigny and Marie de Louvigny. her daughters; same time1500
Marie de la Maria; same time7100
Constance de la Maria; same time500
Olimpe de Longuevergne; same time500
Marguerite Loraine; same time3150
Ester de Longueverne; same time7100
Jean Lardaut; same time650
Rachel, Executrix of George Maturin; to 3 Jan. 1717–18, the day of his death14
Louise Du Tresor Misnel Lambert; Ladyday quarter 1718500
Anne de Languerac; same time12100
Louise Dauscreville, Administratrix of Isaac Malaray; Xmas 1717 to 18 Feb. 1717–18, the day of his death110
Helene de Marancin and Marie Cornet; Ladyday quarter 171817100
Marie Monceau, sister of the late Major General de la Melionere; same time12100
Susanne Molien; same time1000
Charlotte Tallemont de Marmande; same time1000
Louise and Amiée de la Mangere; same time7100
Marie and Esther du Mont; same time7100
Henriette Marie De la Muce; same time7100
Madelaine de la Martinerie; same time7100
Anna Mauclere; same time1000
Francoise Jean Catherine Marguerite Marioge; same time500
Charlotte Menginou; same time3150
Anne Gabrielle de Mont Meillan; same time3150
Anne Guenebaut de la Miliere; same time3150
Michel de Monsegur; same time3150
Susanne Gomorez de Marolles; same time300
Jane Mouchard; same time300
Louise Margurite Desbiars Mongomerie; same time7100
Anne and Gabrielle, two sisters of Martigny; same time7100
Jean Remi de Montigny; same time2500
Jean de la Menardiere; same time1000
James Maxwell; same time500
Claude Marguerite de Neufville; same time500
Frederick Guillaume, Prince de Nassau Siegen; same time2500
Susanne Petit; same time1000
Victoire de Pardailhan; same time7100
Susanne De Penitiere; same time650
Marie Francoise de St. Paul; same time650
Susanne Palie; same time500
Bonne Green Parcour; same time500
Hipolite De Pressac; same time500
Elizabet Perigoix; same time500
Andre and Henriette de Primandaye; same time3150
Marie de Pechelves; same time650
Marie la Pie; same time3150
Louise Piniot; same time3150
Charles de la Bouchetiere, Administrator of Marie Piniot; same time3150
Pierre Perault; same time1000
Clement Patonnier; same time1000
Susanne Catherine Charlotte de Portneuf; same time7100
Marie Perez; same time3150
Judith de Roux and Marie her daughter; same time500
Jacqueline Godeau De la Roche; same time450
Judy Ricard; same time3150
Francoise Marie Renaud; same time300
Lady Charlotte de Roussi; same time10000
Jaques Rochegude; same time2500
Jean Rochegude; same time12100
Marc Antoine Reboul; same time500
Susanne and Elizabeth Robethon; same time1000
Constantino de Reneville; same time12100
Catherine Siegler; same time12100
Jane de la Salle; same time1000
Susanne Monceau de Serrare; same time7100
Susanne le Cercler; same time500
Blanche Samazan; same time3150
Henriette Samazan; same time3150
Francoise Saret; same time300
Marguerite Sarau; same time2100
Susanne Sarau; same time2100
Marie de Samasan; same time3150
Jean De Soucelles, for the Society at Haerlem; same time500
Amelie de Stirum; same time12100
Marie de Stirum; same time12100
Henriette de Pons de Thors; same time1500
Pierre de la Touche; same time12100
Marie de There and Marie de Blagny; same time1500
Elizabet and Benigne Tourteron; same time8100
Madelaine Judhit de Tugny; same time7100
Bernard de Viquaux; same time2000
Claude de Venneville; same time17100
Elizabet Lynnell, Administratrix of Michel Le Vasor; same time1500
Marguerite and Henriette De Villeneuve; same time1000
Thomas De la Cour de Viscouse; same time7100
Judith Valentine; same time650
Elizabet Veron; same time3150
Marie Venier; same time3150
Elizabet de Vebron; same time300
Marie de Verveillan; same time300
Marie St. Faux Viscouse; same time650
Francoise Veriere; same time3150
Gabriel de Rouset Avengle; same time300
Isabelle de la Verriere; same time400
Nicholas Rambouillet and Louise Marie his wife; same time37100
1,7419
payments for pensions and Royal Bounty by particular Warrants under the Royal Sign Manual etc.:
by Royal Sign Manual of
6 July 1716:
Henry Florent, Conte of Brandenburg at 150l. per an.; Amelie Louise, Princesse of Portugal at 80l. per an.; Amalie Van Ghent and Henriette de Hompesch, her daughters, at 70l. per an.; Jane de Neufville at 60l. per an.; Ladyday quarter 1718
9000
by ditto of 15 Nov. 1715:
Richard Marshal, upon accompt of his salary of 1,600l. for keeping the King's Stud at Hampton Court and six running horses at Newmarket
1,00000
by dormant Warrants of 10 Sept. 1716 signed by the Prince of Wales as Guardian of the Kingdom:
Henry Loman, Treasurer of the Charity School at Kensington, at 50l. per an.; and Phillip Jackson, Treasurer of the Charity School at Richmond, at 30l. per an.; Ladyday quarter 1718
2000
the late Prince of Denmark's Musick: James Paisible and John Ernest Gaillard at 100l. per an. each; Humphrey Denby, William Smith and Peter Latour at 56l. per an. each; all same time, 92l.; Angelique Aubert, Executrix to John Aubert, Xmas 1717 to 4 Feb. 1717–18, the day of his decease, 6l. 5s.d.985
by ditto of 9 Oct. 1716:
John Xeres, a Jew converted to the Christian Faith; Ladyday quarter 1718
1389
by ditto of 10 Jan. 1716–17:
Anne Rushworth; same time
12100
by dormant Warrant under the Royal Sign Manual, countersigned at the Treasury, of 5 Feb. 1716–17: Luke Schaub, Esq.; same time5000
by ditto of 7 Feb. 1716–17:
Francois Louis de Pesme, Seignour de St. Saphorin; same time
25000
by ditto of 14 Feb. 1716–17:
Marguerite Alix; same time
2500
by ditto of 30 April 1716–17:
Charles Douglas, Esq.; same time
10000
Gabriel Dumont, Baron de Blaignac; same time37100
by ditto of 13 May 1717:
George, Earl of Warrington; same time
37500
Henry, Lord Herbert of Cherbury; same time15000
by ditto of 15 May 1717:
John de Berendorf, Esq.; same time
5000
by ditto of 17 June 1717:
Sir William Gostwick, bt.; half year to Midsummer 1718
20000
Elizabeth Bibal; Ladyday quarter 1718650
by ditto of 16 July 1717:
witnesses [to the Assassination Plot against King William III]: Robert Patten and William Calderwood at 50l. per an. each; William McIntosh, William Shaw, James Lappan and William Paton at 30l. per an.; same time
5500
by ditto of 26 July 1717:
George, Lord Abergavenny and Henry, Lord Tenham at 1,000l. per an. each and Frederick, Earl of Rochford at 600l. per an.; same time
65000
by ditto of 2 Aug. 1717:
George Werden; same time
12100
by ditto of 6 Aug. 1717:
Alexander McDonald and Thomas Butler; same time
1000
by ditto of 28 Aug. 1717:
Joseph, Conte de Vivans at 100l. per an.; Catherine de Verangeville at 25l. per an.; Anne Philothée Daubus at 40l. per an.; Pierre Clairy Floriant at 25l. per an.; Jaques Saurin at 100l. per an.; same time
72100
by ditto of 22 Oct. 1717:
Abigal Holland; same time
500
Benjamin Tyers; same time2000
by several like Warrants of 18 Nov. 1717:
Henry Marc Teuto; same time
2500
Louis Renard; same time5000
Armand Louis de St. George, Seigneur de Marsay; same time15000
Mathew Bosch; same time2500
Didrick Wolters; same time2500
William Fredrick Pape; same time12100
by like Warrant of 23 Nov. 1717:
Lady Mary Vere and Lady Henrietta Vere; same time
12500
by ditto of 17 Dec. 1717:
Charles Bodville, Earl of Radnor; same time
25000
William Powell, for his Additional Pension; same time500
by ditto of 18 Jan. 1717–18: John Melon; same time500
by ditto of 19 March 1717–18: Thomas Day; same time7500
Agnes Leigh; same time2500
by ditto of 3 April 1718:
John Dorison, till otherwise provided for; same time
5000
by ditto of 24 April 1718:
Aeneas Cameron; same time
7100
by ditto of 8 May 1718:
Thomas Coke, Esq.; 2£ years to Midsummer 1718..
2,50000
by an Establishment under the Royal Sign Manual countersigned at the Treasury of 25 Aug. 1718:
Nathaniel Fort, Esq. at 600l. per an.; Henry, Earl of Galway at 500l. per an.; Baron de Schack at 600l. per an.; year to Ladyday 1718
1,70000
by ditto of 8 Nov. 1718:
Dame Elizabeth Osborne, widow of St. John Osborne, in part of 440l. due to her late husband from King William III
10000
by ditto of 14 Nov. 1718:
James Lidderdale; year to Michaelmas 1718
10000
by ditto of 31 Jan. 1717–18:
Henry, Earl of Suffolk and Bindon; Ladyday quarter 1718
30000
John, Lord Delaware; same time30000
Lambert de Graaf, Supernumerary Page of the Bedchamber (till he is admitted a Page in Ordinary)3000
(total by Warrants as above 9,162l. 19s.d.)
(total grants as above 18,772l. 7s.d.)
Exchequer fees etc.:
Treasury and Exchequer fees on receiving money etc
2805
Paul Jodrel, Clerk of the House of Commons, for written Votes for the King's use32127
this Accomptant, for incident expenses30179
the same, for riding charges of himself and clerk3417
Thomas Foley, for the Auditor's fee4815
4261411
total payments and allowances£19,199111½
and so the Accomptant is Indebted
Declared 29 February 1719–20.
£1,17719

Footnotes

1 The figures given add up to 2,912l. 2s.d.
2 The figures given add up to 519l. 1s.d.
3 The Roll has 4 George I.
4 The Roll has ‘IXto’.