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'Declared Accounts: Civil List', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 27: 1713 (1955), pp. CLXXXIX-CCXLII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=86025 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: COFFERER, ETC.
Pipe Office: Roll 1873 [E.351/1873]. No Audit Office Roll.
Samuel, Lord Masham, late Cofferer and Keeper of the Great Wardrobe of the Household.
1 October 1712 to 30 September 1713.
Charge. £ s. d.
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer under the privy seal of 21 June 10 Anne 60,919 6 0
remains, foreign receipts and sales nil
£60,919 6 0
Discharge. £ s. d.
Surplusage from the preceding Account 83,268 1 11¾
expenses of the Household for diets and stables for the year:
bakery 1,156 15 10
buttery and cellar 7,781 16
wardrobe 12,835 9 10½
kitchen 25,090 12
purveyor 6,224 16
poultry 5,310 6
scullery 3,378 14
saucery 488 16
hall and chamber 1,198 9 8
stables 12,260 3
75,726 1 4
wages to several persons of the Household, Chamber and Chapel (not detailed) 3,358 7 3
allowance for writing this Accompt 20 0 0
Auditor's fee 30 0 0
paid to divers creditors for victuals and other extraordinaries of the Household and for extraordinaries of the Stables:
the Household at Windsor, Oct. 1712 1,037 10 10
ditto, ditto, Nov. 1712 997 16
ditto at Windsor and St. James's, Dec. 1712 951 8 11¼
the Stables at Windsor, 1 Oct. to 31 Dec. 1712 393 1 10
the Stables for salaries of divers servants and provisions for horses; by royal warrant of 23 Dec. 1712; same time 118 19
the Household at St. James's, Jan. 1712–13 155 10 2
ditto, ditto, February 1712–13 191 1
ditto, ditto, March 1712–13 196 15 10
the Stables at St. James's, 1 Jan. 1712–13 to 31 March 1713 43 14 8
the Stables for wages and provisions as above; same time 110 1 9
provisions for the Maundy at Whitehall, April 1713 98 7
the Household at St. James's, April 1713 311 0
ditto at Kensington and St. James's, May 1713 279 15 11¾
ditto, ditto, June 1713 537 17
the Stables at St. James's and Kensington, 1 April to 30 June 1713 51 2 2
the Stables for wages and provisions as above; same time 110 16
the Household of the Duke D'Aumont, Ambassador from the King of France, for six banquets, 1 to 4 July 1713 1,063 19
the Household at Kensington and St. James's, July 1713 551 2 3
ditto at Kensington, Hampton Court and Windsor, August 1713 1,170 18
ditto at Windsor, Sept. 1713 961 13
the Stables at Kensington, Hampton Court and Windsor, 1 July to 30 Sept. 1713, and for salaries and provisions as above; same time 577 3
(fn. 1) 9,909 18 3
total allowances and payments £172,312 8
and so the Accountant is in Surplusage 111,393 2
Declared 19 June 2 George I.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: TREASURER OF THE CHAMBER: ARREARS.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 565 [E.351/565].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 409, ROLL 149 [A.O.1/409/149].
John Holbech, Treasurer of the Chamber.
19 December 1712 to 14 May 1714.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: depending in the hands of William, Lord Berkley and Charles Bridgman, Executors to the late Treasurer 445 0 11½
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Easter term, 12 Anne, in full of 5,000l. by general letters of privy seal of 13 March 1701–2 and Royal Sign Manual of 15 May 12 Anne 5,000 0 0
ditto, in full of 5,000l. by the same privy seal and Sign Manual of 17 June 12 Anne 5,000 0 0
ditto, in full of 5,000l. by the same privy seal and Sign Manual of 19 Aug. 12 Anne 5,000 0 0
Michaelmas term, 12 and 13 Anne, in full of 5,000l. by the same privy seal and Sign Manual of 30 Sept. 12 Anne 5,000 0 0
ditto, in part of 28,700l. to discharge the debt in the Office of the Treasurer of the Chamber by the same privy seal and Sign Manual of 17 Nov. 12 Anne 28,564 10
ditto, to be paid to Thomas Herbert for half a year's salary due Midsummer 1701, as Clockmaker to King William III, by general letters of privy seal and Sign Manual of 20 Oct. 12 Anne 100 0 0
total receipts from the Exchequer 48,664l. 10s. 3¼d.
fees taken and received from the Queen's servants etc. out of the money paid by this Accomptant during the time he carried on the office of Treasurer of the Chamber, between the death of the late Lord Fitzharding and the appointment of a successor 1,943 0 0
total charge and receipts £51,052 11
Discharge.
Wages etc. to the several Officers of the Household etc. according to the Establishment of 23 Dec. 1702:
Her Majesty's alms; to John [Sharp], late Archbishop of York, the Queen's High Almoner, for the daily alms and Poor at the Gate, for 1¼ years to Midsummer 1713 and for Maundy Thursday etc.; year to Michaelmas 1713 1,098 15 0
Serjeant-Trumpeter; John Shore, for 1½ years to Christmas 1712 150 0 0
Musicians; John Eccles, Master of the Queen's Musick, for 1½ years to Xmas 1712 300l. 0s. 0d.; 24 musicians and an instrument-keeper, same time, 1,500l. 1,800 0 0
clock and watch-maker; Thomas Herbert; for a year to Xmas 1712 300 0 0
Officers of the Jewel Office; the Hon. Heneage Finch, Master, for 1½ years to Xmas 1712, 75l.; Edward Pauncfort, yeoman, for the same time, 160l. 2s. 6d.; Edward Yardley, groom, ditto, 158l. 2s. 6d.; Robert Sedgwick, clerk, ditto, 20l. 413 5 0
Mole-taker; Executors of Jonathan Hunt, for 1½ years to Xmas 1712 12 2 6
Rat-killer; Walter Martin, for the same time 72 5 0
coffer-bearers; Michael Wolrich and Nathaniel Bridgwater, ditto 82 2 6
ten grooms of the Great Chamber, ditto 600 0 0
thirty eight messengers of the said Chamber in Ordinary, for the same time, 2,565l.; William Browne, another, 7 Aug. 1711 to Xmas 1712, 62l. 1s. 6d., and Joseph Smith, another, for a year to Xmas 1712, 45l. 2,672 1 6
clerks of the Cheque to the said messengers; Thomas Atterbury and William Sharp, for 1½ years to Xmas 1712 299 5 0
groom porter; Thomas Archer, for the same time 825 0 0
gentlemen usher Daily Waiter Assistant; Charles Dalton, ditto 100 0 0
William Vanbrough, Comptroller of this Accompt, for a year to the same time 150 0 0
Piercy Kirk, housekeeper at Whitehall, for 1½ years to the same time 975 0 0
Somerset English, underhousekeeper at Hampton Court, for the same time 480 0 0
Richard Marriot, keeper of the Wardrobe and Privy Lodgings at Hampton Court, for the same time 300 0 0
Theodore Randal, housekeeper at Windsor Castle, for three quarters to the same time 240 0 0
Daniel Child, late keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at Whitehall, for 1½ years to the same time 300 0 0
Thomas Hall, wardrobe keeper at Windsor, for 1¼ years to the same time 200 0 0
the Hon. Grey Maynard, yeoman of the Wardrobe at St. James's, for 1½ years to the same time 165 0 0
Henry Lowman, housekeeper and wardrobe keeper at Kensington, for the same time 150 0 0
Edward Browne, under housekeeper at St. James's, ditto 90 0 0
Thomas Hutton, housekeeper and wardrobekeeper at Somerset House, ditto 150 0 0
officers of the Removing Wardrobe; the Hon. Grey Maynard, yeoman of the Removing Wardrobe at Whitehall; ditto, 345l.; Thomas Taylor, eldest groom, ditto, 195l.; Charles Nicholas Eyre, youngest groom, 195l.; Kendall Heron, first page, Charles Lucas, second page, and Thomas Williams, third page, ditto, 450l. 1,185 0 0
William Vanhulls, clerk of the Robes and Wardrobes, ditto 240 0 0
Thomas Baddeley, gardener at Somerset House, for 1¼ years to the same time 62 10 0
physicians; Dr. Thomas Laurence, First and Principal Physician to the Queen, for 1½ years to Xmas 1712, 600l.; Dr. Martin Lister, Second ditto, for ½ year to Xmas 1711, 150l. and thence to 2 Feb. 1711–12, 32l. 10s., in both 182l. 10s.; Dr. David Hamilton, kt., succeeding Dr. Lister, 2 Feb. 1711–12 to Xmas 1712, 267l. 10s.; Dr. David Hamilton, as Third ditto, 29 Sept. 1711 to 2 Feb. 1711–12, 152l. 1s. 8d.; Dr. John Arbuthnot, succeeding Sir David Hamilton, 2 Feb. 1711–12 to Xmas 1712, 222l. 18s. 4d.; Dr. Arbuthnot, as Fourth ditto, 29 Sept. 1711 to 2 Feb. 1711–12, 121l. 13s. 4d.; Dr. John Shadwell, succeeding Dr. Arbuthnot, 2 Feb. 1711–12 to Xmas 1712, 178l.6s.8d. 1,725 0 0
apothecaries; James Chase, Apothecary to the Queen's Person, for 1½ years to Xmas 1712, 240l.; Daniel Malthus, ditto, for the same time, 480l. 7s. 6d.; William Jones, Apothecary to the Household, ditto, 160l. 880 7 6
chirurgeons; Ambrose Dickins, fSurgeon to the Queen's Person, ditto, 595l.; William Gardiner, Surgeon to the Household, ditto, 420l. 1,015 0 0
Secretary to the Chamberlain of the Household; Sir John Stanley, bt., ditto 90 0 0
Francis Goodsens and Christopher Shrider, two Gentlemen of the Chapel Royal, in lieu of three deer in the season of 1713 20 0 0
Elizabeth Battersby, for rent of the passage out of the Privy Garden into Channel Row, for a year to Midsummer 1713 3 10 0
Alice Blizard, herb-strewer, 24 July 1711 to Xmas 1712 34 1 11¾
John Howard, joiner of the Privy Chamber, for 1½ years to the same time 29 7 6
Thomas Rymer, Historiographer Royal, for 1½ years to Xmas 1712 300 0 0
Nahum Tate, Poet Laureate, for ½ year to the same time 50 0 0
Court Drummer; Josiah Clothier, for 1½ years to the same time 36 0 0
the Executors of Josiah Kay, locksmith, from Midsummer 1711 to 27 July 1711, and Thomas Churchill, succeeding him, to Xmas 1712 27 7 6
Peter Walton, repairer of the Queen's pictures, for 1½ years to the same time 300 0 0
Thomas Brand, flourisher and embellisher of letters to the Eastern Princes, for 1¼ years to the same time 75 0 0
the Guard of the Body; Henry, Lord Paget, Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard, for 1½ years to Xmas 1712, 1,500l.; Chiverton Charlton, Lieut., for the same time, 750l.; Richard Uphill, Ensign, ditto, 450l.; the Executors of Charles Hanbury, late clerk of the Cheque, 24 June 1711 to 14 Jan. 1711–12, and Francis Clerk, succeeding him, 14 Jan. 1711–12 to Xmas 1712, 225l.; John Capell, John Bigg, Thomas Wyndham, three Corporals, for 1½ years to Xmas 1712, Horatio Walpole, another, 24 June 1711 to 5 May 1712 and Henry Killegrew, succeeding him, 5 May 1712 to Christmas 1712, 900l., 100 Yeomen, for 1½ years to Xmas 1712, 5,934l. 7s. 6d. 9,759 7 6
eight Yeomen Ushers, for 1½ years to Xmas 1712 120 0 0
Six Yeomen Hangers and two Yeomen Bedgoers, for the same time 120 0 0
Thomas Smith, Yeoman at pension, ditto 22 10 0
the gamekeepers; Charles, Duke of St. Albans, for the three gamekeepers of Berks. and Bucks., for 1½ years to Xmas 1712, and 10l. each by way of advance for their liveries, for a year to Midsummer 1713, 165l.; and for the three gamekeepers of Richmond and Hampton Court, for the same time, with 10l. each for liveries, for the year to Michaelmas 1713, 165l.; and for Rowland Marr, gamekeeper at Cockham and Bray, for the same time, with livery at 10l. for a year to 19 Jan. 1713–14, 55l. 385 0 0
the Master of the Buckhounds; Sir William Wyndham, bt., 7 June 1711 to 25 June 1712, at 1,100l. per an., in pursuance of the Establishment commencing Midsummer 1709, 1,157l. 9s. 6½ d.; the Earl of Cardigan, succeeding him, at 2,341l. per an., from 28 June 1712 to 25 Dec. 1712, under Royal Warrant of 13 May 1713, 1,152l. 8s. 2,309 17
William, Lord Berkeley, and Charles Bridgeman, Executors to John, Lord Viscount Fitzharding, late Treasurer of the Chamber, in full for his Establishment salary of 314l. 1s. 4d. per an.
for a year and 81 days from 29 Sept. 1711 to 19 Dec. 1712, 387l. 19s. 11d. and for his patent fee, for the same time at 153l. 6s. 8d. per an., 188l. 3s. 10¾d. 576 3
30,990 19 10
payments to several persons upon Bills and Warrants:
money paid by Warrants from the Lords of the Council:
John Gauntlett, underkeeper of the Council Records, for books etc. and for binding; year to Xmas 1712 115 19 6
the two chamber keepers of the Council Chamber, for providing herbs etc. and for travelling charges; same time 95 0 0
Robert Gregson, servant to the Council Chamber, for his allowance, travelling expenses and attendances, etc.; year to Christmas 1712 74 3 4
total by Warrants from the Lords of the Council 285l. 2s. 10d.
stationery bills signed by the Principal Secretaries of State:
William Churchill and Edward Castle 4,161 0 8
travelling charges etc., paid upon Warrants signed by the Lord Chamberlain of the Household:
Henry Sandys, Gentleman Usher of the Privy Chamber in Ordinary 19 0 0
Brownlow Sherrard, another 10 5 0
John Anderson, another 8 0 0
Robert Hemmington, Groom of the Privy Chamber in Ordinary 23 8 0
Sir William Oldes, Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter in Ordinary 11 5 0
Jeremy Chaplin, another 8 5 0
Charles Dalton, Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter Assistant 35 15 0
Henry Godfrey, Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter in Ordinary, for himself and the rest of the Gentlemen Usher Quarter Waiters 23 8 0
John Evance and Arnold Walwyn, Pages of the Presence 28 15 0
Adam Lisney, James Cook, Griffith Evans and Thomas Martin, Grooms of the Great Chamber in Ordinary, for themselves and the rest of the Grooms 57 10 0
Horatio Walpole, Exempt of the Yeomen of the Guard 12 0 0
John Capell, another (two items) 19 5 0
Thomas Wyndham, another 41 5 0
Maj. Henry Killegrew, another 7 10 0
Thomas Taylor, Groom of the Removing Wardrobe 4 0 0
Thomas Williams, Page of the Removing Wardrobe 12 10 0
Charles Lucas, another 12 17 6
Edward Pauncfort, Yeoman of the Jewel House 26 16 3
Edward Yardley, Groom of the same 17 17 6
Dr. Thomas Lawrence, first Physician in Ordinary to the Queen 56 5 0
Dr. John Arbuthnot, Physician in Ordinary to the Queen 53 12 6
Dr. John Shadwell, another 18 0 0
Daniel Malthus, Apothecary in Ordinary to the Queen's Person 26 16 3
Ambrose Dickins, Surgeon in Ordinary to the Queen's Person, and William Gardiner, Surgeon in Ordinary to the Household 53 12 6
Thomas Charnock, Serjeant at Arms in Ordinary 35 15 0
Thomas de Critz, Joseph Hall and Edward Williamson, other Serjeants at Arms in Ordinary 54 0 0
Thomas Turst, Joseph Lawson, and Charles Goodere, the like 55 10 0
Mrs. Mary Tulton, Mistress Starcher 35 15 0
Mrs. Elizabeth Atkinson, Mistress Laundress 35 15 0
Mrs. Alice Haberly, necessary woman to the Bedchamberwomen 8 18 9
Edward Browne, John Foster, Gilbert Abrahall, Lawrence Saxton, Hamnet Kirk and John Smith, Pages of the Backstairs 64 7 0
John Steers, chamber-keeper to the Chaplains in Waiting 8 18 9
Peter La Roche, Gentleman Harbinger 26 16 3
the Gentlemen and others of the Queen's Chapel 664 10 0
Mrs. Mary Foiston, necessary woman 28 15 0
Charles Lucas, keeper of the Queen's Chapel 35 11 0
Sir William Oldes, Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod, for attendance on the House of Peers 122 13 4
John Inglis, Marshall of the Ceremonies, for attendance on Foreign Ministers, etc. 126 15 8
Walter Martin, Rat-killer 86 17 0
John Lenton, Groom of the Chapel, for mops etc 10 0 0
Timothy Godwin, stationer, for printing lists of Lent preachers etc 59 1 8
John Walsh, musical instrument maker in Ordinary, for mending and stringing musical instruments in 1710 and 1711 and for a new tenor violin delivered on the Queen's birthday 33 0 0
John Howard, joiner of the Privy Chamber, for carved gilded frames for the Queen's pictures and for picture frames and cases for the Ambassadors Extraordinary to Russia, Spain and Genoa 55 0 0
more to the same, for framing and hanging pictures, etc 300 0 0
Alice Graham, Executrix of the Rev. Dr. Graham 17 0 0
John Turner, for lodging the footmen of the Queen's Maids of Honour at Windsor 15 0 0
Robert Elliot, for lodging the Queen's Chaplains in Waiting at Kensington 20 16 0
Hugh Trevanion, for lodging the Queen's Chaplains in Waiting at Windsor 31 10 0
Benjamin Jackson, late child of the Chapel Royal, whose voice is changed, for the usual allowance 20 0 0
Henry Franks, another, ditto 20 0 0
Thomas St. Hill, for New River water for St. James's Palace and Stables, for two years to Christmas 1712 75 12 0
Andrew Trebeck, reader of prayers, for the summer season during the Queen's absence, at St. James's in 1712 15 0 0
total upon warrants of the Lord Chamberlain of the Household 2,650l. 15s.11d.
to the several Messengers in satisfaction of their bills of services:
Fortune Barton, Richard Barlow, Nathaniel Barlow, Humphrey Beckley, John Bill, John Brighter, William Browne, Andrew Bertin, George Collins, Simon Chapman, Charles Couchman, Anthony Dagley, Thomas Davis, Francis Elcock, John Fyson, George Fry, Edward Gibbs, Peter Godde, George Gordon, Thomas Harrison, Richard Hayward, Charles Kenge, Ross Michael, Thomas Newlyn, Peter Newlyn, Richard Ravell, Richard Sharman, Francis Sawyer, Thomas Smith, Joseph Smith, Samuel Taylor, John Thornborough, Nathan Wilcox, Thomas Nightingale, Henry Legat and others, detailed 7,824 12 10
extraordinary payments allowed by warrants under the Royal Sign manual:
Josiah Kay, locksmith, for locks etc 653 7 10
Elizabeth Harris, Executrix of Philip Harris, for the like 1,083 9 7
Thomas Archer, groom-porter, for furnishing lodgings for the Lady of the Bedchamber in waiting, etc. with tables, dogs, tongs, bellows and sconces at Hampton Court and elsewhere 114 6 0
John Loftus, the Queen's barge builder, for repairing the eight-oared barge etc 5 7 10
the Hon. Gray Maynard, Yeoman of the Removing Wardrobe, for disbursements 8 8 9
Kendall Heron, Page of the Removing Wardrobe, ditto 8 13 8
Mr. Davis, apothecary, for physick for the servants belonging to the stables 3 4 6
Charles Tyndall, apothecary, for the like 20 11 6
Daniel Malthus, Apothecary in Ordinary to the Queen, for physick for the Queen's servants and others, named 233 10 1
Jeremiah Hancock, for a copper brazier etc. 16 18 6
Christopher Shrider, for mending the organs in the Queen's chapels 99 10 0
Benjamin Bedford, upholsterer, for half a year's rent of the house hired for Monsieur Leith, the Czar of Moscovy's Minister, etc 275 7 0
John Holbech, this Accomptant, for obtaining Signs Manual for extraordinary payments 68 8 0
total for extraordinary payments 2,591l. 3s. 3d. 17,512 15 6
arrears due to William Churchill for stationery wares for the Earl of Manchester's Office in King William's time 389 4 9
the like to Thomas Herbert, clockmaker and watchmaker 100 0 0
fees paid the Executors of the late Lord Fitzharding as Treasurer of the Chamber 1,300 0 0
and retained by this Accomptant for his pains and in satisfaction of all charges and demands upon him 643 0 0
1,943 0 0
ordinary allowances:
Sir Thomas Bury, Chief Baron of the Exchequer 5 0 0
Edward Harley, for the Auditor's fee 110 0 0
this Accomptant, for necessaries 10 0 0
125 0 0
total payments and allowances £51,061 0 1
and so this Accomptant is in Surplusage 8 8 10¼
Declared 10 April 1717.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: ROBES.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2845 [E.351/2845].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2067, ROLL 106 [A.O.1/2067/106].
Henry Pigott by direction of the Duchess of Somerset, Mistress of the Robes.
25 March 1711 to 25 March 1714.
See Vol. XXVI of this Calendar, p. ccxvi
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: MASTER OF THE HORSE.
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1446, ROLLS 25 and 26 [A.O.1/1446/25 & 26].
No Pipe Office Roll but Roll 26 of the Audit Office series is of parchment and may have been originally from the Pipe Office.
Conyers Darcy and George Feilding, Commissioners for executing the Office of Master of the Horse.
19 July 1712 to 11 November 1715.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: none, this being the Commissioners’ first Accompt nil
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Easter term, 11 Anne, by privy seal 13 March 1701–2 and Royal sign manual 30 July 1712 500 0 0
Michaelmas term, 11 & 12 Anne, by the same privy seal and Royal sign manual 23 Sept. 1712 500 0 0
ditto, in part of 3,000l. by the same privy seal and Royal sign manual 27 Nov. 1712 2,300 0 0
Easter term, 12 Anne, in full of the same 700 0 0
ditto, in part of 10,000l. by the same privy seal and Royal sign manual of 10 July 1713 500 0 0
Michaelmas term, 12 & 13 Anne, in full of the same 9,500 0 0
Easter term, 13 Anne and 1 Geo. I, in part of 10,000l. by the same privy seal and Royal sign manual of 7 March 1713–14 2,000 0 0
Michaelmas term, 1 Geo. I, in part of 5,000l. by privy seal of 19 Aug. 1714 2,291 8 10
total charge and receipts £18,291 8 10
Discharge.
money paid for horses bought, detailed 1,851 16 3
ditto for coaches, coach-harness, sadlers' and other wares, detailed 4,744 2 0
ditto, for velvet and other silks and furniture for coaches, chairs and liveries, detailed 6,797 12 6
ditto, for caps, hats, swords and other necessaries for the livery servants, detailed 1,314 8 0
ditto, for labour and materials in and about the mews of St. James's and Charing Cross, detailed 342 14 0
ditto, for wages to supernumerary helpers in the Royal Stables, detailed 102 9 9
ditto, for travelling charges, detailed 381 11 0
ditto, for the Queen's Plates run for on Ascot Common and at Newmarket 322 10 0
sundry disbursements 447 4 4
total for the above 16,304l. 7s. 10d.
Treasury and Exchequer fees 382 8 3
Thomas Foley, for the Auditor's fee 43 16 0
total payments and allowances 16,730 12 1
and so the Accomptants are Indebted 1,560 16 9
Declared 1 April 1717.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: WORKS.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 3318 [E.351/3318].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2448, ROLL 147 [A.O.1/2448/147].
Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the Queen's Works and Buildings.
31 December 1712 to 31 December 1713.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the Accomptant's hands upon the end of the last Accompt none, he being in surplusage nil
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term, 12 & 13 Anne, in full of 40,000l. by privy seal 9 April 11 Anne 22,727 0
ditto, in part of 40,000l. by privy seal 6 Jan. 12 Anne 38,143 7 4
Easter term, 13 Anne and 1 Geo. I, in full of the same 1,856 12 8
ditto, in part of 40,000l. by privy seal 18 Feb. 13 Anne 1,587 11
Michaelmas term, 1 Geo. I, in part of 10,000l. for incidents by privy seal 16 Aug. 1 Geo. I 70 0 0
64,384 11 11¾
Voluntary charge:
stationery ware for Mr. Vanbrugh, Comptroller of the Office of Works, 16 April to 31 Dec. 1713, received by the Accomptant but not paid, and money for the usual gratification at Xmas due to the Comptroller 6 9 3
Interest of money turned into Exchequer Bills 142 1 11
value of old lead taken off the Savoy and sold to Joseph Roberts, serjeantplumber 692 2 0
840 13 2
total charge and receipts £65,225 5
Discharge.
Surplusage on the last Accompt 41,932 17 7
charges of sundry works, alterations and repairs at the following places:
the Tower of London:
emptions and provisions 369 3 11¾
carriage of provisions, rubbish, etc. 5 10 0
wages and entertainments: carpenters at 2s. 8d. and 3s. a day each, masons, bricklayers, joyners and plaisterers, all at 3s. a day each, labourers at 1s. 10d. a day each, and to Thomas Rotherham, clerk of the Works, for entertainment and boat hire, 41l. 1s. 3d. 359 17 8
task work: to John Smout, master mason, for five troughs of Portland stone for the lions to drink out of and for work and materials at one of the Wardens' houses, 20l. 15s.; Joseph Jolly, master pavior, for digging up pipe trenches, filling them up and paving them over etc., 10l. 16s. 9d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for work at Salt Tower, the Lieutenant's house etc., 8l. 3s. 1¼d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for work at the Constable's lodgings and at the houses of the Governor and Lieutenant of the Tower, 28l. 12s. 1d. 68 6 11¼
802 18 7
the Queen's Palace of Whitehall; emptions and provisions 2,044 18 10½
carriage etc. 168 13 2
wages etc.: masons, carpenters, bricklayers, joyners, plaisterers and plombers all at 2s. 6d. a day each; sawyers at 3s. 8d. a day each pair; mazer scourers at 2s. and 1s. 8d. a day each, labourers at 2s. 6d., 2s. and 1s. 8d. a day each; and to Leonard Gammons, clerk of the Works, for entertainment, 1 Jan. 1712–13 to 31 Aug. 1713 inclusive, and for candles and dogsmeat, also to William Dickenson, succeeding him, from 1 Sept. to 31 Dec. 1713 inclusive, for the same, 112l. 3s. 4d. 1,221 5 2
taskwork: Richard Stacey, master bricklayer, for work and materials at the Lodgings etc. and for raising the wall higher at the north end of St. James's Park, 420l. 9s. 9d.; Matthew Bancks, carpenter, for repairing the conduit in Hyde Park, making a pair of gates in Scotland Yard, etc., 377l. 16s. 10¾d.; John Hopson, master joyner, for work and materials, 215l. 15s. 0½d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for work, 200l. 0s. 6d.; John Smout, mason, for work and materials, 138l. 6s. 11¼d.; Thomas Highmore, for painter's work, 150l. 7s. 3¾d. 1,502 16
rewards: Robert Bedow, under-housekeeper, for opening and shutting doors to and after the workmen, 30s.; Langley Bradley, for care of the clock in Scotland Yard, 40s.; Thomas Herbert, for looking after all the clocks in the Queen's Palaces, 40s.; Mansell Bennett, for care of the clock at the Royal Chapel, 5l. 7s.; John Peryer, for care of the lamp in Scotland Yard, 100s., and for ringing the bell in Scotland Yard to call the workmen, 20s.; Henry Wise, for clearing the main sewer from the sluice in St. James's Park to the lower end of the dock in Scotland Yard, 40l.; and Thomas Kynaston, for making a list of every person's debt in the Office, 10l. 66 17 0
5,004 10
the Manour house at St. James's and St. James's Park:
emptions and provisions 673 3
carriage etc. 166 16 8
wages etc.: plombers at 2s. 6d. a day each, labourers at 1s. 8d. a day each 96 8 4
taskwork: John Smout, master mason, for marble and Portland chimney pieces, slabs, Portland and Purbeck paving, Rigate hearths for the Queen's lodgings, the Lord Masham's, Mrs. Cooper's, etc., 225l. 4s. 5½d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter for work in the Queen's dining room, bed-chamber, backstairs, blue room, etc., 608l. 0s. 10¼d.; Richard Stacey, master bricklayer, for repairing the tiling over several lodgings and repairing the great store-cistern in St. James's Park, 160l. 13s. 2d.; John Hopson, master joyner, for work and materials at Lord Masham's, Mrs. Cooper's new lodgings, in the Queen's closet, her supping room, etc., 538l. 18s. 6¾d.; Matthew Bancks, carpenter, for work at the Queen's lodgings on the birthday, mending the floors and guard beds and benches at the Foot Guard House, bridging several floors in the Queen's apartment, repairing the Duchess of Somerset's wood-house, etc. 363l. 19s. 5d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for work etc., 524l. 15s. 1½d. 2,421 11 7
rewards: Edward Brown, under-housekeeper, for opening and shutting doors etc., 30s.; Mansell Bennett, clock-maker, for winding up and mending the Great Clock over the Palace Gate, 21l. 4s. 22 14 0
St. James's Park:
Joseph Roberts, serjeant plomber, for new lead for a gutter over Mr. Wise's stables, a pipe for the pump in the Wilderness and other plomber's wares, 9l. 3s. 3¼d.; Matthew Bancks, carpenter, for work and materials at the Lodge in the Wilderness, the end of the Canal next the Horse Guards, the Lodge by the Duke of Buckingham's, etc., 157l. 0s. 11½d.; Thomas Robinson, master smith, for work in the Wilderness etc., 12l. 0s. 5¼d.; Richard Stacey, master bricklayer, for building a house for one of the keepers etc., 29l. 6s.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for work at the end next Hyde Park and the New House in the Wilderness, 16l. 7s. 6d.; Henry Wise, for so much disbursed for a draggingnet, for a new boat, etc. 15l. 15s. 10d. 239 14 0
3,620 7 10½
the Old Palace of Westminster:
emptions and provisions 549 6
carriage etc. 75 11 2
wages etc.: masons, plombers, joiners, plaisterers, carpenters and bricklayers, all at 2s. 6d. a day each, labourers at 1s. 8d. a day each 99 9 2
taskwork: David Lance, master plaisterer, for work at the Lord Chief Justice's new rooms, the Lord Chancellor's, and at the apartments of the Bishops (sic) of Canterbury and York, the Robing Room, the Painted Chamber and at several passages about both Houses, 315l. 18s. 8½d.; Richard Stacey, master bricklayer, for work and materials in the new staircase, about two chimneys and inside walls for Lord Chief Justice Parker's new room, and at the Lord Keeper's and Lord Chamberlain's Rooms in the House of Lords, 81l. 9s. 4d.; Matthew Banckes, carpenter, for work and materials about the new state in the House of Lords, making rooms and other conveniences for the Lord Chief Justice, and for the Records of the Queen's Bench, repairing the flat over the Record Room belonging to the Court of Common Pleas, the landing bridge in the New Palace Yard, etc., 507l. 2s. 9d.; John Hopson, master joyner, for work and materials at the Auditors' Rooms at Westminster Hall, for deal beadwork in the new rooms for the Lord Chief Justice at the west end of the Hall, and at several apartments, etc., belonging to both Houses of Parliament, 271l. 10s. 1d.; John Smout, mason, for new ashler stone, Portland slab, and Rigate hearths at Lord Chief Justice Parker's room, ashler stone at the north end of the Court of Requests, coping of Portland stone at the west end of the House of Commons, and a new Portland chimney piece at the Lord Chancellor's room in Westminster Hall, 120l. 6s. 2d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for work at Lord Chief Justice Parker's rooms, 21l. 4s. 7½d. 1,317 11 8
rewards: Mansell Bennett, for care of the clocks in the House of Lords and House of Commons 8 9 0
2,050 7
Denmark House:
emptions and provisions 537 2
carriage etc. 21 13 0
wages etc.: carpenters, bricklayers, plaisterers and joyners all at 2s. 6d. a day each, labourers at 1s. 8d. a day; Thomas Rotherham, clerk of the Works, for his entertainment 298 7 1
taskwork: Matthew Banckes, carpenter, for work and materials in repairing the Lord Cornbury's and the French Ambassadour's lodgings, making tables, trussels, sideboards, dressers, shelves, doors, sheds for the fish and herbs, etc., 122l. 9s. 6d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for work in the wardrobe, stables and coach houses, at Captain Sanderson's lodgings and the Lord Cornbury's, at the staircase going up to the housekeeper's lodgings, etc., 258l. 17s. 8¾d.; John Hopson, master joyner, for work and materials at the late Lord Cornbury's, the Queen's closet, Mrs. Roper's and other lodgings, 219l. 19s. 6d.; John Smout, mason, for work and materials, viz. marble slabs, Purbeck paving, new ashler stone etc. at the late Lord Cornbury's, the Lord Clarendon's, the Queen's garden wall next the Thames, and the Bishop of Bristol's garden wall, 114l. 2s. 1¼d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for work at the Lord Cornbury's, Mrs. Roper's and Mrs. Thornhill's lodgings, the room over the lobby belonging to Capt. Sanderson, etc., 56l. 14s. 8½d.; Richard Stacey, master bricklayer, for work and materials at the Queen's and Lord Clarendon's kitchens against the French Ambassadour's public entry and taking up a hearth and laying it new again in the lower kitchen, 16l. 15s. 9d.; Joseph Jolly, master pavior, for work in the streets and courts, 26l. 4s. 1d. 815 3
rewards: Thames Hutton, under-housekeeper, for opening and shutting the doors etc., 30s. and Mansell Bennet, clock maker, for mending and winding the clock 12l. 4s. 13 14 0
the Governor and Company of the New River water, for rent of the water brought from Islington to serve the stables, 16l. and for rent of a branch to serve the store cistern for use of the house, 10l. 26 0 0
1,711 19
Winchester House:
wages of a labourer to look after the buildings etc. at 1s. 10d. a day, 33l. 9s. 2d.; Thomas Waite, carpenter, for mending fences etc., 11l. 12s.; Thomas Crowcker, for work and plomber's wares in mending the leads, 31s.; Thomas Bateman, clerk of the Works, for his salary, 41l. 1s. 3d. and for dog's meat etc., 8l. 2s. 95 15 5
Newmarket House:
labourers' wages at 1s. 8d. and 1s. 9d. a day for cleaning gutters etc., 21l. 1s. 9d.; Francis Buckall, clerk of the Works, for wages, 41l. 1s. 3d. and for travelling charges, etc., 34l. 9s. 1d.; William Sandiver, carpenter, for carpenter's stores and work about the rubbing houses and for making window-shutters, 6l. 13s. 2d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for white painting about the posts and rails on the Heath, window shutters at the Stand House etc., 38l. 10s. 8d.; Richard Stacey, master bricklayer, for taking up the tiles of the stables, for the masons taking up the tiles of the back-stairs and retiling the same, 6l. 3s. 6d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for work in the long passage, the Master of the Horse's lodgings, the back-stairs and housekeeper's lodging 23l. 0s. 10d. 171 0 3
Hampton Court, etc.:
emptions and provisions 1,195 18
cartage etc. 345 5
wages etc.; masons at 2s. 8d. a day each, carpenters, bricklayers, plombers, all at 2s. 6d. a day each, joyners at 2s. 6d. and 3s. a day each, labourers at 1s. 8d. a day each; John Ball, clerk of the Works, for salary, boat hire and petty emptions, 158l. 6s. 5d. 704 8 1
rewards: Richard Marriott, keeper of the Privy Lodgings, 30s.; Somersett English, under-housekeeper, 30s. and for opening the gates of the Queen's Meadows for the barge horses, 60s.; Langley Bradley, for his attendance to wind up, clean and set the great Zodiacal Clock, 20l. 12s.; Charles Haughton, clerk, for his travelling charges to attend the Principal Officers of the Works at Hampton Court in passing the monthly accounts of the Queen's Palaces, 30s.; Richard Neagle, for the like, 20s.; and to five other clerks, for the like, 5l. 34 2 0
taskwork: John Smout, master mason, for Purbeck paving laid in the dark passage by the Queen's kitchen, new Ketton paving in the painted staircase, a marble chimney piece in a Lady of the Bedchamber's room and for other work, and for Wendrick and Heddington stone delivered, 331l. 3s. 11½d.; Richard Stacey, master bricklayer, for work and materials at the master carpenter's, pointing several shafts of chimneys over the New Buildings and cutting way for skirting of lead round several stacks of chimneys there, 112l. 2s. 5½d.; Matthew Bancks, carpenter, for work and materials in laying a joyce and boarding the room at the Queen's wine cellar, altering windows, making cupboards, drawers and shelves at Seignior Dorigni's, pulling down and rebuilding a coach house in the store-yard, repairing a roof over the Board of Green Cloth, pulling down the smith's shop, framing a new roof, raising it up, etc., 183l. 16s. 5d.; John Hopson, master joyner, for mending deal work in the lower rooms next the Chapel, for work and materials in making new part of the office pew in Hampton Church, for hangings in the Queen's closet, mending the wainscott there, deal balextion and right wainscott at Mrs. Hill's and the Gold Staff Office, etc., 263l. 0s. 6¼d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for plaisterer's work at several apartments, 76l. 11s. 6½d.; Grimlin Gibbons, for carver's work in the Queen's closet, 8l. 4s.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for work in the store yard and offices, master-mason's, groomporter's, at the Lord High Steward's, Vice Chamberlain's, Surgeon of the Household's and other apartments, 72l. 17s. 7¾d. 1,047 16
Charles Fisher, for water carriage, 85l. 12s. 6d. and for ferrying the workmen etc. over the Thames, 40s. 87 12 6
the Gardens: William Deeplowe, for attending the Officers of the Works in writing and entering all estimates etc. relating to the gardens in Hampton Court, 45l. 12s. 6d.; Richard Stacey, master bricklayer, for work and materials in the glass case garden, plaintiling new ript and brickwork at the master gardener's, brickwork at the lower Wilderness, clearing the foundation of the old wall at the end of the Privy Garden, repairing breaches therein, working up the foundation for iron work and other work done about the melon ground and new greenhouse, 193l. 0s. 10d.; Matthew Banckes, carpenter, for work and materials in making sheds at the back of the Orangery, making several new glass frames for the melon ground, two new posts and a new pair of gates in the Wilderness, pulling down the gardener's house at the Lower Wilderness in the House Park and rebuilding it upon higher ground, making a new footbridge on Hounslow Heath, pulling down the roof and front etc., at the master gardener's house on the Green, 113l. 19s. 9½d.; John Smout, mason, for old Purbeck Step, Sweed and Denmark paving taken up and relaid at the front of the house in the Fountain Garden, new Purbeck Mitchells laid at the entrance into the garden out of the portico, Portland new coping upon one of the low walls for the orange trees to stand on, solid Portland stone in the coping and caps for the ironwork to stand on at the end of the Privy Garden, taking up the curb round the cesspool within the Wilderness Gate by the Fountain Garden, and for mason's work and materials at the glass-case garden, the Bowling Green, etc., 623l. 17s. 3d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for whitening and ‘plaistring’ the vaults with tarras at the bowling green and for lathing and ‘plaistring’ at a garden house by the keeper of the Privy lodgings, 22l. 17s. 8¼d.; John Hopson, master joyner, for work at the Bowling Green house and right wainscott frames and sashes at the master gardener's, 20l. 2s.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for painting tubs and garden pots, 56l. 14s. 2d.; John Ireland, master glazier, for glass and glazier's work at the melon ground, the stove greenhouse, orangery, and the master gardener's, 89l. 6s. 11½d.; Thomas Robinson, master smith, for springs, screws, bolts, locks etc., and for work at the melon ground, Bowling Green and master gardener's and for cleaning locks for doors, 80l. 18s. 4d.; Henry Wise, master gardener, for labourer's work, watercarts, seeds, etc., 111l. 4s. 10d.; Joseph Roberts, serjeant plomber, for burnt pipe for the main to the reservoir, and for plomber's wares, 433l. 17s. 3½d.; Thomas Steward, for wire work to keep out the flies from the larder, 2l. 13s. 9d.; William Pritchard, cooper, for tubs, hoops and iron handles, 68l. 19s. 2d.; Joseph Kelham, for iron hoops, 1l. 16s.; Nicholas South, for carriage of timber, boards, stone and other materials, and for work in Bushy Park, 89l. 2s. 7½d.; Thomas Simpson, for looking after the bridge and river, 20l., and for disbursements to labourers for work about the rivers, 132l. 0s. 7½d.; Charles Fisher, for water carriage of Portland block and Portland stone, 19l. 11s. 3d.; John Ball, clerk of the Works, for measuring etc. the workmen's bills, 18l. 5s., and for travelling charges in going to Langford, 23l. 19s. 3d., and for coals etc. for the plombers, 5l. 4s. 4d., in all 47l. 8s. 7d. 2,173 3
the Guardhouses: John Smout, mason, for new Purbeck paving at the Foot Guard and carriage thereof, 4l. 19s. 2¼d.; John Ireland, master glazier, for work and materials, 1l. 0s. 2½d.; Thomas Robinson, master smith, for three large ranges, with standards, checks and horses, 43l. 2s. 2d.; Richard Fransum, ironmonger, for ironmonger's wages, 14l. 17s. 10d.; John Hopson, purveyour, for deals and timber, 118l. 13s. 6d.; Matthew Banckes, carpenter, for making ready the two Guard-houses and the Horse Guard room etc., 40l. 3s. 10½d.; Charles Fisher, for water carriage of boards and timber, 9l. 3s.; Nicholas South, for carriage of the same from the waterside to the Guard-houses etc., 4l. 2s. 4d.; John Ball, clerk, for measuring the extraordinary work etc., 3l. 12s.; Charles Haughton, for casting up and engrossing this Accompt, 15s.; and Charles Brown, for examining the same, 10s. 240 19
5,829 5
Kensington Palace etc.:
emptions and provisions 992 13
Deborah Reading, for carriage etc. 53 8 3
taskwork: William Banckes, carpenter, for work and materials, in repairing the kitchen chairs at the housekeeper's lodgings and for work at the Lord Chamberlain's, Lord Masham's and other lodgings, etc., 411l. 9s. 4½d.; John Hopson, master joyner, for work and materials, 734l. 6s. 3½d.; John Smout, mason, for Rigate hearth at the Queen's lodgings, Portland stone at the housekeeper's garden, New Ketton paving in a room and passage there, and for cleaning hearths, etc., 103l. 7s. 10d.; Richard Stacey, master bricklayer, for new tiling the Palace etc., 172l. 18s. 8d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for plaisterer's work, 192l. 6s. 10d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for wainscott painting at the Lord Chamberlain's, painting the stone room and passages at Madam Hill's lodgings, etc., 187l. 17s. 7½d. 1,802 6
William Edge, labourer, for errands, cleansing, gutters, etc. 187 4 4
wages: John Vaughan, watchman, for watching the timber yard, 38l. 12s.; Edward Glanville, for the like, 35l. 4s.; George Clayfield, succeeding Glanville, 68s; Nicholas Hawksmore, clerk of the Works, for wages, travelling charges, etc., 350l. 7s. 4d. 427 11 4
rewards: Henry Powell, underhousekeeper, for opening and shutting doors, 30s.; Richard Neagle, for giving notes to the carters for the safe carriage of timber from Scotland Yard, 7l. 18s. 6d.; Mansell Bennett, clockmaker, for care of the Great Clock at Kensington, 11l. 14s. 21 2 6
the Gardens: Matthew Banckes, carpenter, for palisado paling round the paddock and to make good the bottom, making a door into the flower garden, new rails for a fence, and for work and materials, in Hide Park, etc., 446l. 15s. 3d.; John Ireland, master glazier, for glass and glazier's work at the greenhouses, the master carpenter's, the keeper's lodge, Mr. Bissell's and in the hot-bed frames, 73l. 7s. 11¾d.; Thomas Robinson, for altering etc. several locks and hinges, for gudgeons, screws and other smith's work, 27l. 12s. 8d.; John Smout, mason, for rounding rolling stones, new Purbeck paving of the garden house by the town and in the kitchen garden house, and for Portland and Purbeck rollers, 86l. 1s. 4¾d.; Henry Wise, master gardener, for his own work and hire of labourers to dig trenches to find the water which has been lost for several years, filling up the said drains, putting the Duchess of Somerset's garden in order, etc., 116l. 7s. 7d.; Richard Fransum, for ironmonger's wares, 17l. 10s. 7¾d.; Joseph Roberts, for plomber's work, 16l. 14s. 4¾d.; William Pritchard, cooper, for smart hoops and tubs with iron hoops and iron handles, 28l. 14s. 7d.; Richard Stacey, master bricklayer, for repairing some brickwork at the garden house, repairing the backs and tops of the chimneys, fixing a copper in the kitchen garden house, and repairing the pantiling over several sheds, 18l. 12s. 6d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for work in the mount and seat, repairing the boghouses next the Padock and at the garden house by the town, 16l. 9s. 7d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for painting the fence for the fine deer in Hyde Park and painting several doors, water-tubs and tubs for plants, 372l. 3s. 10d.; Joseph Kellum, for pumpmaker's wares, 5l. 13s. 6d.; Ann Brown, for slater's work over the Great Seat, south front, and over the greenhouses, 6l. 4s. 6d.; John Hopson, master joiner, for putting up sash-windows in the greenhouse, repairing the old wainscott there, making a wainscott chest of drawers to keep seeds in, and for stores delivered, 18l. 15s. 9d., and for work done in September but not charged in that year's Accompt, 40l. 14s.; Nicholas Hawksmore, for keeping the Accompts of the gardens, 18l. 5s.; William Deeplowe, for attending the officers of the Works etc., 45l. 12s. 6d. 1,355 15 8
the Guard Houses: Matthew Banckes, carpenter, for work and materials about the guard beds and making ‘centinel’ boxes at the Foot Guard, for naked flooring at the sutler's at the Horse Guard, etc., 273l. 13s. 5¼d.; Richard Stacey, master bricklayer, for stopping breaches in the brickwork at the Foot Guard House, cutting out a door and window, etc., 141l. 8s. 7d.; John Smout, mason, for Portland stone in slabs at the Officers' lodgings and at the sutler's, and for Purbeck paving at both Guard Houses, 56l. 9s. 2½d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for work at the Officers' lodgings, guard rooms, and at the sutler's, 58l. 2s. 2d.; Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for work at both Guard Houses, 50l. 17s. 4d.; John Hopson, master joyner, for deal square work at the Horse Guards, 34l. 9s. 4d.; Richard Fransum, for ironmonger's wares at both Guard Houses, 8l. 17s.; John Ireland, for glass and glazier's work, 26l. 11s. 4d.; Joseph Jolly, paviour, for rag stone and paviour's work in the stables, 59l. 9s. 6d.; Ann Brown, for slater's work, 6l.; Thomas Robinson, for smith's work and wares, 8l. 12s. 8d.; Deborah Reading, for carriage of timber and stone from Scotland Yard, 6l. 17s. 6d.; Charles Houghton, for engrossing etc. this Accompt, 40s.; Charles Brown, for examining this Accompt, 20s.; Nicholas Hawksmore, clerk of the Works, for measuring the work etc., 100s.; John Vaughan, for assisting the clerk of the Works, 40s.; and Richard Neagle, for giving notes to carters for the safe carriage of stores, 25s. 742 13
the Mews: Matthew Banckes, carpenter, for work and materials in repairing the stables, 307l. 14s.; Richard Stacey, master bricklayer, for repairing the tops of the two stacks of chimneys, stopping holes where the beams were taken out, etc., 96l. 18s. 6d.; John Smout, mason, for Portland stone and Rigate in the hearth at the chaisman's lodgings, and Portland stone-coping on the horse-pond, 13l. 1s. 5d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for work in the stables, the lodging rooms, the farrier's office, etc., 83l. 1s. 2d, Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for work, 77l. 11s. 10¼d.; John Hopson, master joyner, for deal belextion and square work done in four lodging rooms over the stables, 31l. 10s.; Thomas Robinson, master smith, for locks, keys, hinges, casements, staples, etc., and for work 20l. 3s. 5d.; Richard Fransum, for ironmonger's wares, 22l. 9s. 2d.; John Ireland, master glazier, for glass and glazier's work, 27l. 13s. 10d.; Joseph Jolly, paviour, for work and Flanders brick used in the stables, 37l. 13s. 3d.; William Hind, matlayer, for scaffolding cord, 1l. 7s. 2d.; Joseph Roberts, serjeant plomber, for work and plomber's wares, 79l. 3s. 10½d.; John Hopson, purveyour for uphers and deals, 39l.; Charles Houghton, for engrossing this Accompt etc., 40s.; Charles Brown, for examining this Accompt, 20s.; Nicholas Hawksmore, clerk of the Works, for measuring the work etc., 100s.; John Vaughan, for assisting the clerk of the Works, 40s. 847 7
6,430 2 10½
Windsor Castle:
emptions and provisions 1,122 6
John Bailly, for carriage of timber 41 15 0
task work: Dominick Pile, bricklayer, for repairing the Duke of Northumberland's oven, laying the foundation of the stone steps in the ‘Tarras’ Walk, for whiting and sizing Lord Masham's staircase, etc., 203l. 7s. 9d.; Matthew Bancks, carpenter, for work in the great guardchamber etc. against the installation, making new border boarding to the borders of jessamin in the ‘terras’ walk, etc., 220l. 15s. 8d.; Arnold Thompson, for opening the ground for the plombers to lay their pipes, assisting the carpenter in removing the scaffolds after the installation, etc., 69l. 7s. 9d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for work at the Master of the Horse's lodgings, the Privy Purse's lodging, the Queen's garden house, kitchen, etc., 8l. 1s. 6d.; Thomas Fort, joyner, for work and materials at the master gardener's, the Queen's gallery stairs, at the Lord President's lodgings and Pages of the Backstairs, mending wainscott in Lord Masham's dining room, taking down, mending and replacing wainscott in the Guard chamber, etc. 308l. 16s. 8d.; Benjamin Culcheth, painter, for work about the Queen's garden house, at Mrs. Hill's lodgings, at the Black Rod's, the Poor Knights', etc. 34l. 13s. 5d.; Henry Bancks, mason, for Portland chimney pieces, Purbeck slab and paving, Portland stone, Rigate, etc., 255l. 4s. 3½d.; Joseph Roberts, for work about the mills and dams and repairing the engine there, 482l. 17s. 4d. 1,656 4
wages: James Brown, clerk of the Works, for duties and expenses, detailed, 99l. 8s. 8d.; Henry Wise, for rolling the ‘terras’ walk etc., and for work in the parks etc., detailed, 195l. 7s. 7d.; Grinling Gibbons for his salary etc., 50l. 344 16 3
fees and allowances: Sir Christopher Wren, Comptroller of the works and buildings at Windsor, 18l. 8s.; John Ball, Surveyour, 18l. 8s.; William Roberts, Receiver and Paymaster, 18l. 8s.; James Brown, purveyour, 9l. 4s.; Theodore Randue, keeper of the castle, 6l. 2s. 8d.; James Brown, keeper of the timber-yard, 6l. 2s. 8d.; William Dickensen, Comptroller's clerk, 9l. 4s.; James Brown, Surveyour's clerk, 9l. 4s.; James Harcourt, Paymaster's clerk, 9l. 4s.; John Churchill, master carpenter, 4l. 12s.; Edward Harley, for the Auditor's fee, nil 108 17 4
3,273 19 5
the Savoy:
emptions and provisions 470 13 4
Deborah Reading, for labourers employed in levelling the ground, emptying vaults and carriage of timber from Scotland Yard and old lead to the serjeant plombers 134 4 2
taskwork: Matthew Banckes, carpenter, for work and materials in building of barracks etc., 1,289l. 18s. 6d.; Richard Stacey, master bricklayer, for tiling etc., 377l. 2s. 2d.; John Smout, mason, for work and materials, viz. Purbeck paving under the Lanthorne and before the three great chimneys, ashler sett in ‘tarras’, etc., 44l. 19s. 9d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, for work, 32l. 15s. 6d 1,744 15 11
wages and rewards: Leonard Woodeson, clerk of the Works, for his salary, 31l. 10s.; Henry Crank, labourer, 11l. 15s.; Charles Haughton, for engrossing etc. this Accompt, 60s. and Charles Brown, for examining the same, 30s. 47 15 0
2,397 8 5
St. Paul's:
charges of repairing the Cathedral Church of St. Paul against the Thanksgiving on 7 July 1713, viz. Mathew Bancks, carpenter, 109l. 7s. 10d.; William Hind for work and matlayer's wares, 48l. 10s. 6d.; Thomas Robinson, for smith's wares and work, 6l. 14s. 6d.; John Hopson for repairing the sashes in the organ case etc., 22s. 3d.; William Dickenson, for measuring the work etc., 5l. 170 15 1
public paving:
Joseph Jolly, master paviour, for work etc. at St. James's before the Horse Guard and Whitehall Gate and at St. James's Street against the park wall, and for materials 277 1
total for the above services 31,835l. 12s. 5¼d.
wages and entertainments of Officers, clerks and artificers: travelling and other charges:
wages and entertainments: Sir Christopher Wren, Surveyor of the Works, 320l. 5s. 10d.; Sir John Vanbrugh, Comptroller, 45l. 10s.; Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster, 149l. 0s. 10d.; Benjamin Jackson, master mason, 116l. 14s. 4d.; John Churchill, master carpenter, 127l. 19s. 7d.; Christopher Wren, clerk engrosser of the ledger books, 51l. 14s. 2d.; John Hopson, purveyour, 65l. 7s. 11d.; John Hopson, master joyner, 27l. 7s. 6d.; Thomas Robinson, master smith, 27l. 7s. 6d.; David Lance, master plaisterer, 36l. 10s.; Richard Stacey, master bricklayer, 36l. 10s.; Charles Haughton, clerk itinerant, 50l. 1,054 7 8
riding charges, detailed 296 19 10
fees and other allowances [as in the previous year except that Edward Harley is auditor] 251 10 0
1,602 17 6
payments by Royal Warrant and special directions from the Treasury:
Robert Bedoe, for cleansing the streets before Whitehall 100 0 0
Michael Studholme, Surveyor of the Roads, for repairing ditches in the Queen's private road to Fulham, repairing the road between Hyde Park and Kensington Gates, etc 313 11 7
the same, for repairs in Hyde Park 263 0 0
the same, for a new road from the Thames to the New Plantation at Windsor etc 130 17 6
Henry Wise, for keeping the Queen's gardens etc 2,800 0 0
the same, for allowances, deer fodder, etc 412 14 7
the same, for new works at Windsor House Park 825 0 0
the same, in part of 380l. 6s. 7d., for keeping the gardens at Windsor and for sweeping and shelling the Mall in St. James's Park 230 0 0
Anthony Vernatty, in part of 773l. 11s., for maintaining lamps in Westminster Hall etc. 500 0 0
Col. Richard King, for fitting up his lodgings at Whitehall 197 11 11½
Charles Dartiquenave, this Accomptant, for an additional allowance 100 0 0
5,872 15
Exchequer fees 295 18 6
total payments and allowances 81,540 1
and so the Accomptant is in Surplusage 16,314 16 6
Declared 29 April 1719.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: GREAT WARDROBE.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 3138 [E.351/3138]. (fn. 2)
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2368, ROLL 144 [A.O.1/2368/144].
John, Duke of Montagu, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe.
Michaelmas 1712 to Michaelmas 1713.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining at the foot of the previous Accompt. nil, the Accomptant being in Surplusage 103,574l. 2s. 2d.
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term, 11 & 12 Anne, in further part of 100,000l. by privy seal 30 Aug. 6 Anne 11,112 10 0
Easter term, 12 Anne, ditto 9,600 0 0
total charge and receipts £20,712 10 0
Discharge. £ s. d.
Surplusage as at the foot of the previous Accompt 103,574 2 2
several sums of money paid by this Accomptant or his deputy to divers persons for goods delivered and work done for the service of the Great Wardrobe:
David Bosanquet, merchant, for three-pile blue Genoa velvet for robes for Henry, Duke of Kent, John, Earl Powlet, Robert, Earl of Oxford and Mortimer, and Henry, Duke of Beaufort, knights of the Garter; and for rich crimson Genoa silk damask for a canopy, a chair of state, two high chairs and cushions with a stall for the Duke of Shrewsbury, appointed to cross the sea in the Queen's service; and for blue Genoa velvet to guard the liveries, and for bonnets of black Genoa velvet for the Yeomen of the Guard and for the Bargemasters and Watermen of the Queen and of her late Consort, Prince George [of Denmark] and for the ten children of the Chapel Royal; and other [lengths] for the communion table of the chapel at Hampton Court; and for broad white Italian taffeta to line the robes for Charles, Earl of Peterburgh, Knight of the Garter, etc 688 14 6
James Davison & Partners, mercers, for three-pile blue Genoa velvet, crimson Genoa velvet and broad white Italian taffeta for robes, coats and caps (capitiis) for Thomas, Earl of Strafford, Henry, Duke of Kent, John, Earl Powlet, Robert, Earl of Oxford and Mortimer, and Henry, Duke of Beaufort, knights of the Garter; and for three-pile purple Genoa velvet and rich double silk, interwoven with gold, for an altar cloth, cushion and carpet and to panel an altar cloth, cushion and carpet for the Duke of Shrewsbury and for Maj. Henry Pulleyne, Governor of Bermuda; for blue Genoa velvet and gold silk, waved (undulat') with crimson and blue silk thread and crimson taffeta and crimson silk damask to guard the liveries of the Yeomen of the Guard and to line coats for John Dugdale and John Hesket, heralds, and for Thomas Wightwick, Portcullis Poursuivant, etc 450 14 0
Thomas Hinchliffe & Partners, mercers, for broad crimson camel's hair cloth, for tapestries, for window curtains, screens, chairs and a large armchair, and for crimson taffeta to line the said window curtains and a screen for the Queen's small bedroom at St. James's; and for green silk damask, for two large window curtains and a screen, three chairs, one fire screen and a large armchair, and for green taffeta for false seats for three chairs and a fire screen for the Queen's dressing chamber at Hampton Court 407 6 9
Isaac Tullie & Partners, mercers, for crimson and green flowered silk damask to cover four benches for the Queen's Chapel at Windsor; for crimson Belgian velvet for a commode seat and crimson Genoa velvet to cover an Ingland chair for the House of Lords; and for green Genoa velvet to cover the Speaker's chair and cushion, and for green taffeta to line the cushion and green silk damask for twelve cushions for the use of the House of Commons 38 14 7
William Elliot, laceman, for narrow gold Arras lace for the Yeomen and the ten Children of the Chapel Royal; and for broad gold and silver thread for a screen, within and without, and six large rich gold and silver pear shaped tassels for a chair canopy, a very large chair of state, two high chairs, a stall and two cushions for the Duke of Shrewsbury; and for six pairs of blue and gold points and tassels for Charles, Earl of Peterborough, Thomas, Earl of Strafford, Henry, Duke of Kent, John, Earl Powlet, Robert, Earl of Oxford and Mortimer, and Henry, Duke of Beaufort, Knights of the Garter 685 9 11¼
Charles Matthews, laceman, for broad and narrow rich gold Arras lace for the coats, cloaks and hats of the three trumpeters of the Queen's First Regiment of Foot Guards; for rich gold sewing thread for cushions etc. (pro pulvinis trutin' campan'), weighing 28 oz. 5 dwt., for the Queen's new twelve-oar barges 52 18 9
William Weekes, laceman, for broad and narrow crimson in grain silk and green Arras lace for window curtains and seats in the Little Bedroom at St. James's; and for crimson in grain Belladin silk etc. for the Chapel of Maj. Henry Pulleyne, Governor of Bermuda; for white silk lace for window-curtains in the late Prince Consort's apartments, in St. James's Palace; and for green and yellow silk Lyons' double lace, scarlet silk thread and crimson and green silk for windowcurtains, etc. at Hampton Court, the House of Lords, the House of Commons and for the Speaker's chair 243 9 3
William Barnesly, packer, for crimson in grain cloth and blue serge and russet cloth for coats and breeches and cloaks and for liveries for the trumpeters of the First Regiment of Foot Guards and to make robes for the 49 poor men of the Queen's Maundy and for window curtains for the ‘Committee Room’ in the House of Commons and for a chaircanopy and to cover the back of a chair of state, etc. in the Painted Chamber and in the House of Lords and at St. Paul's against Thanksgiving Day, etc. 584 13
William Barnesley and William Pate, packers, for rich crimson in grain cloth and serge and baize for liveries, coats and breeches for the Yeoman of the Guard and to line coats for the Barge-master and Watermen of the Queen and of the late Prince Consort at pension and for the ten children of the Chapel Royal, etc. 606 6 6
Stephen Toulouse, embroiderer, for embroidering a bag with the Queen's arms for the Commissioners of the Privy Seal and of five Orders of the Garter with pearl and gold for cloaks for Thomas, Earl of Strafford, and Charles, Earl of Peterborough, Henry, Duke of Kent, John, Earl Powlet, Robert, Earl of Oxford and Mortimer, and Henry, Duke of Beaufort, Knights of the Order, and for finely embroidering a canopy of cloth and a screen with an addition of English and Scottish crests on one piece for the Duke of Shrewsbury, for embroidering 47 tunics, back and breast, for the Yeomen of the Guard and for Walter Martin, ratkiller, and embroidering the coats of John Dugdale and John Hesket, Heralds, etc. 443 11 0
Benjamin Shute and Partners, linendrapers, for linen (varieties named) for sheets, surplices, etc. for the Footmen at St. James's, for the Barge-master and Watermen, for the poor men of the Queen's Maundy, for the children of the Chapel Royal, also for the office of the Stoles and for the chapels at Windsor, St. James's and Whitehall and for Major Henry Pulleyn's chapel at Bermuda, etc. 788 17 2
Margaret Jolly for very fine Brussels lace etc. for the Queen's Person 1,418 14 0
Anne Colthorpe, sempstress, for making of sheets, collars, surplices, etc. for the Footmen at St. James's, the children of the Chapel Royal and the Duke of Shrewsbury, etc. 24 14 9
Henry Parker, chief serjeant of the Queen's Chapel for making two surplices for the Sub-dean, sixty surplices for the Gentlemen, twelve surplices for the Ministers, and thirty-six surplices for the children of the Queen's Chapels at Windsor and St. James's and for communion cloths, etc. 23 16 0
Robert Graham, tailor, for making large cloaks of blue Genoa velvet, surcoats and caps of crimson Genoa velvet lined with white taffeta for Thomas, Earl of Strafford, John Earl Powlet and Charles, Earl of Peterborough, Knights of the Garter, and crimson cloth coats, breeches and half-sleeves, guarded and lined, etc., for 23 Yeoman of the Guard 74 9 4
Robert Petre, tailor, for like work for Henry, Duke of Kent, Robert, Earl of Oxford and Mortimer, and Henry, Duke of Beaufort, Knights of the Garter, and for crimson cloth coats etc. for the Yeomen, the children of the Chapel Royal, Walter Martin, rat-killer, and the trumpeters of the First Regiment of Foot Guards 81 12 7
John Horsfall, button maker, for rich gold coat buttons for the Yeomen of the Guard and for buttons etc. for the children of the Chapel Royal and for the three trumpeters of the First Regiment of Foot Guards 24 12 1
Edward Bird, for blue and white taffeta ribbon and for crimson in grain taffeta ribbon and for making 46 hat bands for forty (sic) Yeomen of the Guard 18 8 0
John Hird, glovemaker, for 46 pairs of large gloves, hard-topped and double-sewn, for 46 Yeomen of the Guard and for 10 pairs of kid-skin gloves, topped, and 20 pairs of lamb skin gloves, topped, for the 10 children of the Chapel Royal 10 6 0
William Haddock, belt maker, for 46 soldiers' waist-belts, studded, and other ornamental belts, described, for the Yeomen of the Guard and Yeomen Warders of the Tower and for the three trumpeters of the First Regiment of Foot Guards 355 4 6
John Bee, hosemaker (caligario), for several pairs of hose for the 46 Yeomen of the Guard and for the Bargemasters and Watermen and the poor men of the Royal Maundy 47 11 6
John Skelton, shoemaker (calceario) for 49 pairs of strong neat-skin shoes for the 49 poor men of the Royal Maundy 9 3 9
William Croft, master of the children of the Chapel Royal, for 60 pairs of waxed shoes for the ten children of the Chapel Royal 10 10 0
Hampden Reeve, upholsterer, for reddyed linen to line hangings etc. for making large window-curtains etc. and for work and materials for St. James's, the House of Lords, the House of Commons, etc 720 7 8
Thomas Roberts, joiner, for stools, chairs, etc. 208 7 6
Mary Sedgwick, hatter, for 20 fine hats and bands for the 10 children of the Chapel Royal, and for three fine Caroline hats with gold bands etc. for the three trumpeters of the Queen's First Regiment of Foot Guards 11 19 0
Gerrit Jensen, cabinet-maker, for a chest for the Queen's office at Windsor, a mirror for the Committee Room of the House of Commons and for work, specified, in the Music Room at St. James's and in the Old Council Chamber 39 15 0
William Johnson, coffer maker, for sundry goods, specified 231 2 2
Edward Castle and Partners, stationers, for bibles and prayer books and other stationer's wares 467 5 0
John Vanderbanck, yeoman Arras worker, for materials and work for the House of Commons and St. James's and for the salaries of himself and 13 other Arras workers; also for rent and other necessaries 666 16 0
Thomas Dummer, Deputy of the Wardrobe, for expenses incurred at the Exchequer etc. for attending at Windsor, Hampton Court, Kensington, etc., for disbursements and for salaries for himself as yeoman tailor and 19 other tailors 749 1 4
William Vanhulls, Clerk of the Wardrobes, for sheets, pillows, etc. and for work and expenses 85 4 3
Nathaniel Witham, chief skinner, for services and for airing the Queen's Coronation and Parliament stoles etc. 13 6 8
Benjamin Jackson and Henry Franks, late children of the Chapel Royal, whose voices have broken; fitting out 17 19 2
Francis Clerke, Clerk of the Cheque to the Yeomen of the Guard, for a grant of 1,612l. 2s. to the Yeomen of the Guard and Yeomen Warders in lieu of 94 liveries and for 140 watching gowns 1,752 2 0
John Elrington, Steward of the Wardrobe, for his care in weighing materials purchased for the Wardrobe etc. 67 6 8
William Holmes, messenger, for salary, livery, coals, rent etc. 422 3 8
Matthew Burnet, porter, for salary, livery etc. 26 11 0
John Serjeant, running porter, for the like 33 8 3
Catherine Porte, as caretaker of the office in York Buildings and of the work-rooms in Great Queen Street etc. 21 0 0
John Warner, Queen's Bargemaster, for four gross silk points 9 12 0
Christopher Hill, the late Prince Consorts ditto, for the like 9 12 0
John Elrington, for payments to workmen (to Robert Norman for smith's work, to Thomas Mutlow for plumber's work and to Thomas Wheatley, joiner), employed on repairs to the office 4 8 0
George Hutchinson for the like, for work on the Clerk of the Wardrobe's part of the house (to William Brown for smith's work, to Leonard Lasley for glazier's work and to Thomas Mutlow for plumber's work) 3 6 7
12,650 11 11¾
sums paid by virtue of letters patent and dormant warrants:
John, Duke of Montagu, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe, by letters patent 13 April 4 Anne 2,200 0 0
Edmund Dummer, Clerk of the Great Wardrobe, by letters patent 6 June 5 Anne 300 0 0
liveries under letters patent:
John Platt, yeoman of the Leash 2 12 0
Edward Harrison, child of the Leash 12 0 8
John Barrett, Joseph Richards, William Weeket and Samuel Clarke, four Exchequer messengers 4 16 0
Grimlin Gibbons, master sculptor and carver in wood 8 0 0
Richard Stacey, master mason 5 3 4
John Vanbrough, Comptroller of the Works 8 9 4
Benjamin Jackson, master mason 2 2 0
Edmund Dummer, Clerk of the Great Wardrobe 30 19 8
Joseph Robertes, chief plumber 2 0 0
total of liveries by letters patent 76l. 3s. 0d.
livery by dormant warrant 1 Feb. 1703–4:
Sir Christopher Wrenn, Surveyor of Works 12 15 10
liveries by dormant warrants 28 April 1704:
John Bonning, Robert Hemmington and William Whitmore, grooms of the Privy Chamber 120 1 6
and six grooms of the Great Chamber 6 0 0
William Vanhulls, Clerk of the Robes and Wardrobes 40 0 0
Edward Browne, John Forster, Gilbert Abrahall, Lawrence Saxon, Hamnet Kirk and John Smith, Pages of the Backstairs 280 18 0
Edward Willis, Arnold Walwyn and Abraham Kemp, three Pages of the Presence Chamber 3 0 0
liveries by dormant warrant 25 May 1704:
John Eccles, Master of the Queen's Musick and Robert King, Alexander de la Tour, John Lenton, John Ridgley, John Bannister, Charles Smith, Francis Jones and Richard Bradley the elder, Gilbert Abrahall, Christian Steffkin and John Shore, 12 musicians 193 10 0
liveries by dormant warrant 2 June 1704:
Elizabeth Atkinson, laundress 10 6 0
John Faverall, master head-cook to the Queen 40 0 6
Emmanuel Hickes, master head-cook to the household 9 5 4
Thomas Robertes, joiner 8 0 0
George Hutchinson, under-clerk of the Wardrobe 15 6 8
liveries by dormant warrant 20 Feb. 1706–7:
Thomas Smith, Thomas Robertes and James Kreinberg, musicians 48 7 6
John Elrington, clerk in the Great Wardrobe 15 6 8
livery by dormant warrant 21 Sept. 1707:
John Churchill, architect 5 3 4
livery by dormant warrant 23 Nov. 1707:
Nathaniel Witham, chief skinner 40 15 4
livery by dormant warrant 11 July 1708:
David Lance, master plasterer 5 3 4
liveries by dormant warrant 11 May 1709:
Michael Hounslef, master head-cook to the Queen 40 0 6
Robert Cox and William Wells, musicians 32 5 0
John Evans, a Page of the Presence 1 0 0
livery by dormant warrant 12 May 1710:
Charles, Duke of Shrewsbury, Lord Chamberlain of the Household, to Xmas Day 1712 66 16 0
liveries by dormant warrant 20 Jan. 1710–11:
Richard Bradley the younger, Charles Jones, Thomas Saxton and William Babell, four musicians 64 10 0
William Johnson, coffer-maker 8 10 0
John Hobson, master joiner 16 2 6
John Stone, Thomas Martin, Henry Waters and Robert Burrell, four grooms of the Great Chamber 4 0 0
liveries by dormant warrant 6 Nov. 1711:
Stephen Tolouze, embroiderer 34 1 0
Cornelius Telbourg (or Tilbury), a groom of the Privy Chamber 40 0 6
Thomas Churchill, master locksmith 8 10 0
Jonathan Aylworth and Henry Symons, two musicians 32 5 0
liveries by dormant warrant 21 June 1712:
Rachael Thomas, Yeoman of the Robes, Charles Hodges, Groom of the Robes, John Felton and Henry Pigot, Attendants of the Robes 160 0 0
liveries by dormant warrant 13 Sept. 1713:
Francis Goodsence, a musician in Ordinary to the Queen; for St. Andrew's Day 1711 and 1712 32 5 0
Peter Randall, another; for St. Andrew's Day 1712 16 2 6
3,986 11 0
money paid for robes and clothing of Officers and Ministers of the Exchequer and the Great Wardrobe:
Robert, Earl of Oxford and Mortimer, Lord High Treasurer 46 13 4
Robert Benson, Chancellor and Under Treasurer of the Exchequer 34 13 4
William Sympson, a baron of the Exchequer 12 17 4
the Remembrancer of the Exchequer 4 12 8
Leonard Thompson, Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer 2 13 4
George Wright, Clerk of the Crown 3 5 10
Edward Harley, an Auditor of the Prests 5 1 0
Sir William Ashburnham, bt., a Chamberlain of the Exchequer 13 6 6
Simeon Stewart, another 13 6 6
Charles, Lord Halifax, and Henry Pelham, two clerks of the Receipt of the Exchequer 5 8 0
Edmund Dummer, Clerk of the Great Wardrobe 3 11 0
George Hutchinson and John Elrington, two clerks of the Great Wardrobe 4 6 8
Thomas Dummer, yeoman tailor 3 5 0
153 0 6
wages and fees of Officers of the Great Wardrobe:
John, Duke of Montagu, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe, for his fee and reward as allowed ex antiquo 100 0 0
Edmund Dummer, Clerk of the Great Wardrobe 24 18 4
Thomas Dummer, yeoman tailor 21 5 10
Edward Harley, Auditor 91 6 8
237 10 10
ordinary allowances:
this Accomptant for his battelage and garden 3 12 4
a Baron of the Exchequer for examining this Account 2 13 4
expenses upon the Declaration of this Account 3 6 8
9 12 4
total payments and allowances £120,611 8
and so this Accomptant is in surplusage 99,898 18
Declared 11 August 1715.
Auditors' Memorandum.—The foregoing surplusage has arisen because, according to the ancient method of passing the Accounts of the Great Wardrobe, the whole expense of the office has been allowed, but it does not appear what part of the said surplusage remains unpaid to tradesmen and others.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: QUEEN'S PENSIONS.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2726 [E351/2726].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1923, ROLL 9 [A.O.1/1923/9].
The Hon. Spencer Compton, Paymaster of the Queen's Pensions and Annuities.
25 March 1712 to 25 March 1713.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the Accomptant's hands at the end of the last Accompt 529 8
depending on sundry persons at the foot of the said Accompt 6,497 8 6
7,026 17
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term, 10 & 11 Anne, in further part of 40,000l. by privy seal of 22 Sept. 10 Anne 2,200 0 0
Easter term, 11 Anne, in full of the same 11,462 8 10½
ditto, in part of 50,000l. by privy seal 14 Feb. 10 Anne 8,450 11
Michaelmas term, 11 & 12 Anne, in further part of the same 32,951 8 8
ditto, in further part of 15,000l. for the support of poor French Protestants by general letter of privy seal dormant of 13 March 1701–2 and royal sign manual of 8 July 9 Anne 2,000 0 0
57,064 8 8
Interest and Principal of 100l. lent by the Queen to the Emperor of Germany 108 0 0
total charge and receipts £64,199 5
Discharge.
Moneys paid for several annual charities and allowances as her Majesty's Royal Bounty:
on the Great Establishment:
annual payments commencing at Xmas 1701:
the Mayor and Churchwardens of Windsor, for the poor and for the loss sustained by inclosure of lands into Windsor Little Park; year to Christmas 1712 100 0 0
La Croze, Vicar of Old Windsor, in lieu of tithe for lands laid into Windsor Great Park; year to Xmas 1711 25 0 0
the Churchwardens of Hampton, co. Middlx. for the poor; same time 50 0 0
the Churchwardens of St. Margaret's, Westminster, for the poor and for the hospital in Tuttlefields; same time 100 0 0
the Churchwardens of St. Martin's in the Fields, for the poor; same time 100 0 0
the Churchwardens of St. James's for the poor; same time 50 0 0
annual payments commencing at Midsummer 1702:
Henry Bulstrode, Gentleman Usher etc. to the late Queen Mary; three quarters to Xmas 1712 112 10 0
Mrs. Martha Lockhart, a Woman of the Bedchamber to the said late Queen; same time 150 0 0
Mrs. Mary Lee; same time 37 10 0
Mrs. Ellinor Ross; same time 30 0 0
Mrs. Frances Barrow; same time 22 10 0
Mary Ashton; year to Xmas 1711 30 0 0
the Bishop of London, for the Minister in New England; same time 100 0 0
Lady Mary Prestwich; same time 40 0 0
Monsieur Nevil, for house rent; same time 20 0 0
George Holder; three quarters to to Christmas 1711 16 10 0
the Churchwardens of Kensington, for the poor; year to Xmas 1711 25 0 0
the English Church at the Hague; year to Michaelmas 1711 30 0 0
Charlotte Instell (or Justell); year to Xmas 1711 60 0 0
Rowland Brock; year to Michaelmas 1712 40 0 0
Katherine Russell; quarter to Xmas 1710 6 5 0
Monsieur le Vassure; year to Ladyday 1712 60 0 0
Anne Richbell; three quarters to Xmas 1712 30 0 0
Mrs. Alice King; year to Xmas 1711 100 0 0
Mrs. Anne Eden; three quarters to Christmas 1711 75 0 0
Williamina Bunce; year to Xmas 1711 50 0 0
Ann Fitzharris; 1¾ years to Xmas 1712 87 10 0
Mary Mitchell; year to Xmas 1711 20 0 0
Martha Francis; year to Xmas 1712 50 0 0
Isabella Gwillims; year to Xmas 1711 20 0 0
Rabsey Smithsby; three quarters to Xmas 1711 15 0 0
Elizabeth Reynolds; year to Xmas 1711 10 0 0
Elizabeth Disney; same time 20 0 0
Ann Disney; same time 20 0 0
Ursula Church; three quarters to Christmas 1711 30 0 0
Katherine Ironmonger; 1¾ years to Michaelmas 1712 70 0 0
Sophia Nevil; three quarters to Xmas 1711 30 0 0
Susannah Woodward; same time 15 0 0
Martha Bastin; same time 15 0 0
Hester d'Civelle; year to Xmas 1711 30 0 0
Mary Brincknall; same time 20 0 0
Thomas Gummins; same time 10 0 0
Anne Head; same time 10 0 0
Katherine Roberts; same time 10 0 0
Jone Launce; same time 10 0 0
Susannah Clarke; same time 10 0 0
Elizabeth Jennings; same time 10 0 0
Katherine Tessin; same time 10 0 0
Margaret Jollife; three quarters to Christmas 1711 15 0 0
Magdalen Thomas; 1½ years to Midsummer 1712 15 0 0
Hester Walker; three quarters to Xmas 1712 15 0 0
Margaret Abernathy; year to Xmas 1711 20 0 0
Jane Pigot; same time 20 0 0
Sarah Hussey; three quarters to Christmas 1711 15 0 0
Mary Barnier; year to Xmas 1711 20 0 0
Hester Verengeville; same time 20 0 0
Elizabeth Marmande; same time 20 0 0
Mary and Magdalen d'Alix; same time 40 0 0
Elinor Morgan; same time 10 0 0
Sarah Miller; same time 13 4 0
the Society of the French Gentlewomen at the Hague; three quarters to Xmas 1712 150 0 0
Elizabeth Bedford; year to Xmas 1711 40 0 0
Martha Sympson; quarter to Midsummer 1712 12 10 0
Mary Bocock; year to Xmas 1711 40 0 0
Theophilus Garlick; 1½ years to Xmas 1712 45 0 0
Thomas Smith; year to Xmas 1711 30 0 0
Milbourn Maddox; same time 30 0 0
Mathias Ascough; same time 30 0 0
Richard Latham; same time 30 0 0
Richard Bradley; 1¾ years to Xmas 1712 70 0 0
Bernard Gates; year to Ladyday 1712 40 0 0
Gregory Gennini; year to Xmas 1711 30 0 0
the Lord Almoner, for the Queen's private pensions and charities; three quarters to Christmas 1712 675 0 0
Ferdinando Gaffarelli; half year to Ladyday 1711 10 0 0
Walter Butler; year to Xmas 1711 30 0 0
Katherine Hildsley; same time 50 0 0
Mary Shelly; three quarters to Xmas 1712 15 0 0
Elizabeth Tattersall; year to Xmas 1711 20 0 0
Elizabeth Harris; same time 20 0 0
John Edmonds; same time 20 0 0
Teresa Wroughton; same time 6 0 0
Richard Drury; same time 20 0 0
Samuel Pack; same time 10 0 0
Mary Simons; same time 20 0 0
Katherine Buck; same time 15 0 0
Frances Otway; same time 10 0 0
Mary St. Loe; same time 10 0 0
Elizabeth Atkinson; two years to Xmas 1712 140 0 0
Dorothy Manley; same time 140 0 0
Hester Dawson; year to Xmas 1711 30 0 0
Eleanor Clauson; same time 8 0 0
Sarah Wright; same time 20 0 0
Mary Austin; same time 8 0 0
Susanna, Duchess de la Force; two years to Christmas 1712 1,000 0 0
Edward Howard; quarter to Xmas 1712 37 10 0
Judith Sturton; three quarters to Christmas 1712 22 10 0
John Goslin; half year to Michaelmas 1712 25 0 0
Elizabeth Ramsey; three quarters to Xmas 1711 75 0 0
the Lady Margaret MacCarty; year to Xmas 1711 200 0 0
5,390 9 0
on the Additional List:
annual payments commencing at Midsummer 1702:
Mary and Anne la Borde; year to Xmas 1711 24 0 0
Catherine Mary d'Hubac; same time 20 0 0
Isabeau de Brassley; same time 20 0 0
Judith de Brugguire; same time 12 0 0
Elizabeth Vebron; same time 12 0 0
Mary Bondon; same time 20 0 0
Mary Verveillon; same time 12 0 0
Elizabeth Hauteclair; same time 25 0 0
Mary Malleray; same time 12 0 0
Blanche Tournier; same time 25 0 0
Louise and Amice Lamangere; same time 30 0 0
Mary Berault; same time 12 0 0
Mary and Silli Dumont; same time 30 0 0
Louise de Launay; same time 20 0 0
Francis and John Marioge; same time 15 0 0
Susanna d'Culan St. Maine; same time 12 0 0
Mary Jolly de Chadignac; same time 12 0 0
Charlotte Montguion; same time 15 0 0
Susanna Cerle; same time 15 0 0
Mary and Katherine Laferriere; same time 24 0 0
Henriette and Mary Lovigny; same time 30 0 0
Judith Beconne; same time 15 0 0
Hester Mary and Susanna Champlanire; same time 24 0 0
Susanna Bette; same time 10 0 0
Bernadine Falquerolles; same time 12 0 0
Frances Pasquet; same time 6 0 0
Anne Gabrielle Montmillan; same time 15 0 0
Angelique Dondar; same time 12 0 0
Francoise Sarnette; same time 12 0 0
Mary Dubreville; quarter to Xmas 1711 3 0 0
Mary Jouneau; 1¼ years to Xmas 1711 12 10 0
Hester and Lucrece Languevergne; year to Xmas 1711 20 0 0
Madeline Dornaunt; same time 18 0 0
Andre Pierre and Ann Henritte Laprimanday; same time 15 0 0
Elizabeth and Katherine Tourton; same time 33 0 0
Susanna la Pennotire; same time 25 0 0
Mary St. Fausseviscouse; same time 12 0 0
Susanna Marolles; same time 12 0 0
Susanna de Sarriers; same time 18 0 0
Mary Rozell; same time 12 0 0
Hellenere Marancin; same time 20 0 0
Elizabeth de la Barr; same time 25 0 0
Henritte de Bellefond, alias Harbert; same time 25 0 0
Claude Duncan; same time 20 0 0
Katherine Sieclar; same time 25 0 0
Jaqueline Godie de la Roche; same time 17 0 0
Elizabeth Pereigox; same time 20 0 0
Charlotte Dangeau; three quarters to Xmas 1711 75 0 0
Henritte Mary La Muce; year to Xmas 1711 30 0 0
Victorie Pardaillon; same time 30 0 0
Katherine de Dollon; same time 30 0 0
Anne de Boisruisseau; same time 30 0 0
Frances Plunckett; three quarters to Xmas 1711 22 10 0
Anne Paltock; same time 30 0 0
Peter Persoode; year to Xmas 1711 100 0 0
Henry Quinn; same time 20 0 0
Martha Clarke; same time 20 0 0
Thomas Chamberlain; same time 18 0 0
Osweld Fawne; same time 18 0 0
Anne Gourney; three quarters to Xmas 1711 15 0 0
Deborah Roleston; same time 22 10 0
Sarah Okeover; same time 22 10 0
Elizabeth Mackdonnell; 1¼ years to Xmas 1711 37 10 0
Winifred Whaley; year to Xmas 1711 30 0 0
Magdalen Cunningham; same time 30 0 0
Elizabeth Mackraken; same time 30 0 0
annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1702:
the Duchess of Holstein Bec; two years to Xmas 1712 400 0 0
annual payments commencing at Midsummer 1703:
William Fachin; year to Xmas 1711 27 7 6
John Button; same time 27 7 6
the Afternoon Preacher at Kensington; same time 20 0 0
Alice Shipton; same time 20 0 0
1,941 5 0
on the Establishment dated 30 May 1704:
annual payments commencing at Ladyday 1702:
John Menard; year to Xmas 1711 160 0 0
Peter Rival; same time 160 0 0
Philip Menard; same time 160 0 0
John Majou; same time 40 0 0
Frederick Furton; same time 10 0 0
John Menard; same time 8 12 0
Bernard Hoefnagle; 1¾ years to Xmas 1712 280 0 0
John Peter Nuicla; year to Xmas 1711 160 0 0
Sabastin Vander Eick; 1¾ years to Xmas 1712 52 10 0
Frederick Furton; year to Xmas 1711 5 0 0
Bernard Hoefnagle; two years to Xmas 1712 41 4 0
annual payments commencing from Ladyday 1703:
Magdalen de la Chesney; year to Xmas 1711 20 0 0
Mary de la Chesney; same time 20 0 0
Capt. Roger Raven; same time 27 7 6
Alice Vaughan; year to Michaelmas 1712 20 0 0
John Pellet; year to Xmas 1711 60 0 0
Amelia de Keysers; same time 24 0 0
Claude de Venneville; same time 20 0 0
Constance de la Maria; same time 20 0 0
Anne de Cloux; same time 10 0 0
Bonne Green de Percour; same time 20 0 0
Helene de Marancin: same time 15 0 0
Tabitha Haughton; three quarters to Xmas 1711 7 10 0
Elizabeth La Bar; year to Xmas 1711 2 10 0
Henritte and Mary Louvigny; same time 30 0 0
annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1703:
Elizabeth Colvert; three quarters to Christmas 1711 22 10 0
Mary Marshall; year to Xmas 1711 30 0 0
annual payments commencing Ladyday 1704:
Katherine Seiclar; year to Xmas 1711 25 0 0
Henry Foubert; year to Ladyday 1712 250 0 0
Richard and Grace Sydenham; three quarters to Xmas 1712 30 0 0
Victoria Slingsby; year to Xmas 1711 20 0 0
Amy Goldsborough; same time 20 0 0
Elizabeth Hall; same time 20 0 0
Jane Bell; same time 20 0 0
Elizabeth Slingsby; same time 20 0 0
Mary and Penelope Hutton; same time 24 6 8
Margaret Russell; three quarters to Michaelmas 1711 9 2 6
Anne and Magdalen Ross; three quarters to Xmas 1711 45 0 0
Margaret Buss and Anne Collins; year to Xmas 1711 40 0 0
Dame Mary Slingsby; same time 20 0 0
1,969 12 8
on the Establishment dated 25 Sept. 1704:
annual payments commencing at Ladyday 1703:
Benjamin Power; year to Xmas 1711 20 0 0
on the Establishment dated 18 Dec. 1704:
annual payments commencing at Midsummer 1702:
Thomas and Elizabeth Hyde; year to Xmas 1711 50 0 0
annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1704:
Judith Fitzharris; year to Xmas 1711 20 0 0
70 0 0
on the Establishment dated 17 April 1705:
annual payments commencing at Midsummer 1704:
Margaret Croisett; year to Xmas 1711 20 0 0
on the Establishment dated 25 June 1705:
Nehemiah Arnold, for the maintenance and education of Susannah Arnold; year to Xmas 1711 30 0 0
on the Establishment dated 2 July 1706:
annual payments commencing at Midsummer 1705:
Sarah Browne; three quarters to Xmas 1711 8 5 0
annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1705:
Magdalen Vaudere; year to Xmas 1711 30 0 0
Elizabeth Sixty Dalem; same time 30 0 0
Magdalen de la Martnier; three quarters to Xmas 1711 22 10 0
Mary and Katherine du Chail; year to Xmas 1711 20 0 0
Judith de Roux; same time 20 0 0
Susanna de Blance; same time 20 0 0
Magdalen de Chamiere; same time 25 0 0
Edward Purcell; three quarters to Xmas 1711 15 0 0
annual payments commencing at Xmas 1705:
Richard Elford; year to Xmas 1711 100 0 0
Francis Ralegh; two years to Xmas 1712 120 0 0
annual payments commencing at Ladyday 1706:
Rebeccah Flower; year to Xmas 1711 20 0 0
Susanna Pallier; same time 20 0 0
Dame Barbara Killigrew; three quarters to Xmas 1712 112 10 0
Mary Killigrew; half year to Midsummer 1711 50 0 0
Rebecca Pauldon; year to Xmas 1711 25 0 0
638 5 0
on the Establishment dated 26 August 1706:
Sir John Mackeane (or Macleane); three quarters to Michaelmas 1712 273 15 0
Edward Browne; year to Xmas 1711 26 0 0
299 15 0
on the Establishment dated 7 April 1707:
annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1706:
Mary Walter; three quarters to Xmas 1711 15 0 0
annual payments commencing at Xmas 1706:
Katherine d'Bourbon; year to Xmas 1711 25 0 0
40 0 0
on the Establishment dated 29 July 1708:
annual payments commencing at Xmas 1706:
Elizabeth Lady Hay; year to Xmas 1711 200 0 0
annual payments commencing at Ladyday 1708:
Arthur Reynolds; three quarters to Xmas 1711 20 10
Rose de Baricave; year to Xmas 1712 25 0 0
Margaret Lorin; three quarters to Xmas 1711 11 5 0
Elizabeth Boucher; three quarters to Xmas 1712 37 10 0
Mary de Aucour; year to Xmas 1711 20 0 0
Margaret Sarrau; same time 10 0 0
Susanna Sarrau; same time 10 0 0
Mary MacNeal; same time 20 0 0
Claude Margaret de Neville; same time 20 0 0
Judith Ricard; same time 15 0 0
John Bruguire; same time 20 0 0
Judith de Proisy Depte de Tugny; same time 30 0 0
Margaret de Bar Montmillon; same time 15 0 0
Francis Dallon; same time 25 0 0
Anne Maucher; same time 30 0 0
Lewis Pignot; same time 12 0 0
Mary Pignot; same time 12 0 0
Mary du Barquet; same time 20 0 0
Mary de Blagny; same time 15 0 0
Elizabeth Veron; same time 15 0 0
Frances Marie Reynaud; same time 12 0 0
Anne Grosvenor; same time 30 0 0
Mary Boitout; same time 30 0 0
Jane Kerr alias Brothwick; same time 30 0 0
annual payments commencing at Midsummer 1708:
Windham Tomson; year to Xmas 1711 10 0 0
Clifton Tomson; same time 10 0 0
Martha Sympson; quarter to Midsummer 1712 2 10 0
707 15
on the Establishment for allowing pensions to the several Officers, Servants etc. to the late Prince of Denmark: annual payments commencing at Xmas 1708:
William, Lord Byron; half year to Michaelmas 1712 300 0 0
Nicholas Gutzmer; year to Xmas 1711 40 0 0
Peter la Roche; same time 140 0 0
Daniel Croharrie; same time 110 0 0
Samuel Nash; same time 80 0 0
John Custus; two years to Xmas 1712 160 0 0
Carsten Buckholt; year to Xmas 1711 140 0 0
Matthew Barrow; same time 50 0 0
Charles Lucas; same time 40 0 0
Thomas Hopgood; same time 60 0 0
John Christian Jacobi; three quarters to Xmas 1712 22 10 0
Elizabeth Towers; year to Xmas 1711 46 0 0
Peter Wentworth; three quarters to Xmas 1711 225 0 0
Timothy Scheels; quarter to Ladyday 1711 80 5 0
George Curtis; year to Xmas 1711 130 0 0
James Herauld; same time 120 0 0
Joseph Turner; year to Ladyday 1712 50 0 0
Thomas Wright; half year to Michaelmas 1711 9 0 0
George Vaughan, Thomas Jones and William Edwards; year to Ladyday 1712 54 0 0
John Philpot, Roger Williams, Edward Sleyman, Joseph Holt, James Henderson, John Sheppard, Thomas Benn and Thomas Robinson; same time 328 8 0
Richard Aaron Devall; same time 66 0 0
Benjamin Godin; same time 50 0 0
John Hawkins; same time 50 0 0
Erasmus Peterson; same time 50 0 0
Richard Darlington; same time 20 0 0
Thomas Garbutt; same time 22 10 0
Robert Simcokx; year to Xmas 1711 20 0 0
John Clark; year to Ladyday 1712 39 0 0
Henry Irons; same time 39 0 0
Samuel Thornley; same time 24 0 0
Joseph Webb; same time 200 0 0
Roger Webb; same time 20 0 0
Peter Kirke; same time 50 0 0
Christopher Hill; 1¾ years to Xmas 1712 52 10 0
John Brookes; 1½ years to Michaelmas 1712 4 10 0
Charles Heather, John Dalloway, John Feild, William Charlton, Henry Charlton and James Lampkin; 1¾ years to Xmas 1712 31 10 0
John Pibus; half year to Midsummer 1711 1 10 0
Edward Williams, Batman Randall, Abraham Carter, Richard Broadway, Daniel Barrow and Robert Dickerson; 1¾ years to Xmas 1712 31 10 0
William Mepston; 1½ years to Michaelmas 1712 4 10 0
James Allin; 1¼ years to Midsummer 1712 3 15 0
Edward Godfrey, chief agent to this Accomptant; year to Ladyday 1713 140 0 0
Charles Bint, clerk to this Accomptant; same time 80 0 0
Robert Young; same time. 40 0 0
Faith Browne; 1¾ years to Xmas 1712 70 0 0
Sarah Young; year to Ladyday 1712 15 0 0
Dr. John Arbuthnot; year to Xmas 1711 350 0 0
Mrs. Jane Lowman; year to Xmas 1711 150 0 0
Richard Watts; 1¾ years to Michaelmas 1712 315 0 0
Elizabeth Debnam; 1½ years to Michaelmas 1712 9 0 0
Aves Wright; year to Ladyday 1712 6 0 0
Katherine Cadick; same time 4 0 0
Grace Hurry; same time 6 0 0
Gabriel Marie Cabin; year to Xmas 1711 40 0 0
Edward Norman; 1¼ years to Xmas 1711 22 10 0
Anthony Knight; year to Xmas 1711 18 0 0
James Elliot; same time 20 0 0
Richard Clarke; year to Ladyday 1712 8 0 0
Jane St. Loe; same time 20 0 0
Mary Helbig and Alice Beetham; same time 16 0 0
Thomas Dawson; year to Xmas 1711 5 10 0
Anne Henderson; year to Ladyday 1712 8 0 0
Love Burch; same time 10 0 0
Henry Badger; three quarters to Xmas 1711 11 5 0
Godfrey Witicke; year to Xmas 1711 60 0 0
Sarah Harrison; same time 20 0 0
Anne Walthorp and Mary Barber; year to Ladyday 1712 16 0 0
Peter Voyer Richause; year to Xmas 1711 200 0 0
the Governors of Windsor School; same time 30 0 0
Dove Crusius; three quarters to Christmas 1712 52 10 0
Richard Feilder; year to Xmas 1711 20 0 0
Richard Pitman; year to Ladyday 1712 12 0 0
Charity Booth; same time 8 0 0
Kensington School; year to Xmas 1711 30 0 0
Elizabeth Cloff; same time 20 0 0
annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1708:
Carsten Buckholt; year to Xmas 1711 70 0 0
Anthony William Bohme; three quarters to Christmas 1712 150 0 0
John Christian Jacobi; same time 22 10 0
Mary Plassen; 1¼ years to Midsummer 1712 65 0 0
Mary Elizabeth Smith; year to Christmas 1711 30 0 0
Mary Barrow; same time 16 0 0
Thomas Cross; same time 5 0 0
5,156 13 0
on the several warrants commencing at the several times within mentioned:
annual payments commencing from Ladyday 1709:
Judith Valentine; year to Xmas 1711 25 0 0
Anne Gabriel Cossard; same time 20 0 0
Elizabeth Johnson; quarter to Midsummer 1711 7 10 0
Mary Peterson; year to Ladyday 1712 20 0 0
Elianor Atkinson; same time 10 0 0
Mary Magdalen Alix; year to Xmas 1711 20 0 0
annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1709:
Dorothy, Lady Falkland; three quarters to Ladyday 1712 75 0 0
Mary de la Maria; year to Xmas 1711 30 0 0
Marie Gacherie; same time 20 0 0
Magdalen Dornault: same time 12 0 0
Mary Beveridge; three quarters to Xmas 1712 22 10 0
annual payments commencing at Midsummer 1709:
Jeoffry Gibbon; three quarters to Christmas 1712 112 10 0
annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1709:
Martha Hilton; year to Ladyday 1712 25 0 0
annual payments commencing at Xmas 1709:
Elizabeth Boucher; three quarters to Xmas 1712 7 10 0
Frances Keys; year to Ladyday 1712 20 0 0
annual payments commencing at Ladyday 1710:
Angelique Legoux; year to Xmas 1711 20 0 0
Mary de'Blagny; same time 10 0 0
Jeanne Mouchard; same time 12 0 0
annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1708:
Robert Westley; year to Xmas 1711 20 10 0
Edmund Williamson; same time 3 0 0
annual payments commencing at Midsummer 1710:
Sarah Brass; year to Xmas 1711 30 0 0
Jacob Edwards; same time 25 0 0
the Minister of Greenwich; year to Midsummer 1712 5 2 6
annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1709:
Margaret Swintown; three quarters to Xmas 1712 37 10 0
Elizabeth Person; year to Xmas 1711 12 0 0
annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1710:
Hypolite de Prechac; year to Xmas 1711 20 0 0
Marie du Rozell; same time 20 0 0
Marianne le Gendre; same time 20 0 0
Louise de Fossac; same time 20 0 0
Isaac Malleray; same time 10 0 0
Marie de St. Mesne; same time 8 0 0
Anne Guinebauld de la Millere; same time 15 0 0
Francoise de Grandry de Bete; same time 15 0 0
Isabelle d'Bacalan; same time 15 0 0
Mariane de Court; same time 15 0 0
Blanche de Samazan; same time 15 0 0
Henritte de Samazan; same time 15 0 0
Marie de Samazan; same time 15 0 0
Marie Pechalves; same time 15 0 0
Marie Venier; same time 15 0 0
Olimpe de Longuevergine; same time 20 0 0
Edouard and Jean Maximilien Bourdiques; same time 30 0 0
Anne Guerin; same time 30 0 0
Marie Jancourt; same time 20 0 0
Marie de There; same time 30 0 0
Thomas de la Court Vicouze; same time 30 0 0
Pierre Balmier; same time 20 0 0
Mrs. Martha Lockhart; three quarters to Xmas 1712 75 0 0
Marie Francoise St. Paul; year to Xmas 1711 25 0 0
annual payments commencing at Xmas 1710:
Elizabeth and Mary Boucher; three quarters to Xmas 1712 30 0 0
Andrew Pember; year to Xmas 1711 20 0 0
Peter Lawrenson (or Lawrens); same time 12 0 0
Martha d'Ofranville; three quarters to Xmas 1711 18 15 0
Katherine Prat de la Deveze; same time 15 0 0
annual payments commencing at Midsummer 1710:
the School at Newmarket; year to Xmas 1711 50 0 0
Elizabeth Caffarelli; three quarters to Xmas 1711 15 0 0
annual payments commencing at Ladyday 1711:
Henry Wernley; 1¼ years to Xmas 1712 125 0 0
the Bishop of London; same time 75 0 0
annual payments commencing at Midsummer 1710:
David Morris; year to Xmas 1711 20 0 0
Mary Hooper; three quarters to Ladyday 1712 22 10 0
Jane Wright; year to Michaelmas 1712 9 0 0
Francis and Jane Ireland; year to Christmas 1712 100 0 0
1,627 7 6
total on the several Establishments above mentioned etc. 17,911l. 2s. 9½d.
payments by the Queen's Warrants and Warrants of the Lord High Treasurer:
annual payments to several persons as her Majesty's free gift and Royal Bounty; on the Queen's warrants, countersigned by the Lord Treasurer:
the Countess Dowager of Arlington; three quarters to Xmas 1712 750 0 0
Peter Flournoys; year to Xmas 1711 1,000 0 0
Mrs. Margaret Townsend; two years to Xmas 1712 200 0 0
Dr. Battell, for the Lady Keighthly; year to Xmas 1712 190 0 0
Thomas Barkley; year to Xmas 1711 50 0 0
Isaac Crocker; same time 12 0 0
Elizabeth Farthing; three quarters to Xmas 1712 75 0 0
William Cull; 2 years to Xmas 1712 200 0 0
Marmaduke Conway; year to Xmas 1711 20 0 0
the Corporation of Windsor; year to 27 Nov. 1711 20 0 0
Elizabeth Killigrew; year to Xmas 1711 80 0 0
Timothy Poole; same time 20 0 0
Cornelius de la Motte; same time 30 0 0
Francis Grougnet; same time 27 7 6
Lord Bellomont; two years to Xmas 1712 600 0 0
Elizabeth Doyley; three quarters to Xmas 1712 75 0 0
John Jones and Richard Lloyd; two years to Xmas 1712 200 0 0
Frederick Lapenotier; half year to Michaelmas 1712 50 0 0
Francis Hewerdine; quarter to Ladyday 1711 20 0 0
Lady Mary Phillips; 1¾ years to Xmas 1712 262 10 0
Mary Betterton; year to Ladyday 1712 100 0 0
Charlotte, Lady Lovelace; three quarters to Xmas 1712 225 0 0
Mary Pattillo; year to Xmas 1711 40 0 0
Timothy Crow; three quarters to Xmas 1711 22 10 0
the Countess of Orkney; 1½ years to Midsummer 1712 300 0 0
the poor of Paddington; year to 25 May 1712 0 15 0
the highways there, at the same rate 0 15 0
Doctor Millington, for a year's tithes to Midsummer 1711 0 17 6
John Tribeko; year to Ladyday 1712 100 0 0
George Andrew Ruperti; three quarters to Xmas 1712 150 0 0
Mary Lapie; year to Xmas 1711 15 0 0
Mary Thornycroft; three quarters to Xmas 1712 45 0 0
Elizabeth Sewell; year to Xmas 1711 20 0 0
Lady Faulkland; three quarters to Ladyday 1712 75 0 0
Richard Hill; half year to Ladyday 1711 277 10 0
Charles Osborne; three quarters to Midsummer 1712 37 10 0
Charles Seymour; three quarters to Michaelmas 1712 300 0 0
James Howard; year to Ladyday 1712 120 0 0
the Sub-Almoner; three quarters to Xmas 1712 157 10 0
Alice Grahme; year to Xmas 1712 150 0 0
Elinor Goddard; same time 12 0 0
the Countess Dowager of Jersey; quarter to Xmas 1712 25 0 0
the Executors of the late Duke of Queensberry; three quarters to Midsummer 1712 2,250 0 0
the Duke of Argyle; same time 2,250 0 0
Duke of Schonberg; three quarters to Midsummer 1712 750 0 0
the Earl of Pembroke; same time 2,250 0 0
the Earl of Seafeild; same time 2,250 0 0
the Earl of Marr; year to Michaelmas 1712 3,000 0 0
the Earl of Loudon; three quarters to Midsummer 1712 750 0 0
Guy Palmes; quarter to Xmas 1711 250 0 0
Charles Osborne; three quarters to Midsummer 1712 150 0 0
the Keeper of the Privy Purse; three quarters to Midsummer 1712 750 0 0
William Brockett; same time 300 0 0
Rebeccah Oates; same time 225 0 0
Maud Johnson; same time 225 0 0
this Accomptant as Treasurer to the late Prince of Denmark; by the Queen's warrant of 20 Jan. 1710–11; year to Ladyday 1713 400 0 0
21,856 5 0
payments upon the Lord High Treasurer's warrants:
Col. Philip Howard, as her Majesty's Bounty, by Lord Treasurer's warrant of 1 April 1712 100 0 0
the Duke of Atholl, ditto, by warrant of 17 April 1712 700 0 0
Dr. Ralph Battell, ditto, ditto 31 10 0
Lady Duffus, ditto, by warrant of 15 April 1712 100 0 0
Thomas Parks, ditto, by warrant of 5 April 1712 150 0 0
Sir Isaac Newton, for the charge of printing Mr. Flamsted's Observations, ditto, by warrant of 15 April 1712 364 15 0
Anthony Dagly, for Gelano Mahoni, ditto, by warrant of 1 April 1712 10 0 0
Mary Jones, for the debts and funeral charges of John Crowne, by warrant of 26 April 1712 20 0 0
Col. Charles Douglas, for Bounty, by warrant of 30 April 1712 80 0 0
Joseph Denham, ditto, ditto 20 0 0
John Williams, ditto, by warrant of 9 May 1712 10 0 0
William Lowen, ditto, by warrant of 14 May 1712, for taking and bringing up 100 red deer from Haughton Park to Windsor as a present to the Queen from the Duchess of Newcastle 178 3 2
Erasmus Lewis, ditto, by warrant of 16 May 1712, for so much disburst by him for the Queen's service 50 0 0
Margaret Farquhar, ditto, by warrant of 22 May 1712 10 0 0
Lady Yarborough, ditto, by warrant of 17 May 1712 200 0 0
Samuel White, ditto, by warrant of 21 May 1712 20 0 0
Thomas Johnson, ditto, by warrant of 22 May 1712 10 0 0
Mary Speke, ditto, by warrant of 30 May 1712 10 0 0
Col. Charles Douglass, ditto, by warrant of 5 June 1712 20 0 0
Anne and Elizabeth Wilkinson, ditto, by warrant of 9 June 1712 40 0 0
Thomas Andrews, ditto, by warrant of 14 May 1712, for monies expended by the Queen's order 600 0 0
Thomas Hall, ditto, by warrant of 16 June 1712, towards transporting 226 poor Palatines to Rotterdam 28 0 0
Edward Godfrey, ditto, by four warrants of 18 June 1712 for his disbursements in the Queen's service 660 11 2
William Sloper, ditto, by warrant of 7 May 1712, ditto 1,800 0 0
the Earl of Clarendon, ditto, by warrant of 20 May 1712 200 0 0
Thomas James, ditto, by warrant of 25 June 1712, for so much expended for the Queen's especial service 1,000 0 0
Richard Robins, ditto, by warrant of 24 June 1712, ditto 790 13 0
William Lowen, ditto, by three warrants of 3 July, 11 Oct. and 22 Dec. 1712, for so much expended for horses and hay for the deer in Windsor Great Park 174 0 6
Sir John Holland, ditto, by warrant of 9 July 1712 250 0 0
Col. Philip Howard, ditto, by three warrants of 9 July, 28 Oct. and 13 Jan. 1712 300 0 0
Charles Gissey, ditto, by warrant of 14 July 1712 50 0 0
Lord James Murray, ditto, by warrant of 15 July 1712 200 0 0
the Countess Dowager of Cassillis, ditto, by warrant of 22 July 1712 100 0 0
Lady Mordington, ditto, by two warrants of 24 July and 11 Oct. 1712 20 0 0
Margaret Strother, ditto, by warrant of 15 July 1712 10 0 0
James Brydges, for so much paid by his Deputy, Mr. Sweet, in Holland to the Earl of Dumbarton, by warrant of 25 June 1712 300 0 0
Thomas Macarty, for Bounty, ditto 50 0 0
John Daubigny, ditto, by warrant of 18 July 1712 1,000 0 0
William Jones, by warrant of 2 Aug. 1712 200 0 0
Adrian Drift, for Matthew Prior, for so much expended on the Queen's service 400 0 0
Thomas Parkes, for Bounty, by three warrants of 14 July 1712 600 0 0
the Countess Dowager of Jersey [ditto], by warrant of 7 July 1712 200 0 0
Lord Duffus, ditto, by three warrants of 29 Aug., 13 Jan. and 23 Feb. 1712 and 1712–13 220 0 0
Sarah Sedgwick, ditto, by warrant of 29 Aug. 1712 20 0 0
Daniel Arthur, by six warrants of 29 Aug., 4 Nov., 22 Oct., 20 Jan. and 3 March 1712 and 1712–13, to satisfy bills of Exchange drawn on him by Mr. Prior and Mr. Gilligan for the Queen's service abroad 3,610 0 0
Mr. Gilligan, by warrant of 30 Sept. 1712, towards defraying his charges in a voyage to Spain about some affairs relating to Trade 200 0 0
Mary Hempstead for the Queen's Bounty, by warrant of 24 Sept. 1712 10 0 0
Lord Bellindine, ditto, by two warrants of 1 Oct. and 17 Oct. 1712 200 0 0
Matthew Decker, for so much paid for the Queen's especial service, by two warrants of 17 Oct. and 22 Dec. 1712 140 9 3
Richard Marshall, Master of the Queen's stud, for his service and that of those employed under him and for hay, oats etc. by two warrants of 8 Jan. and 11 March 1712–13 1,100 0 0
Rebeccah Bruges alias Pride, for the Queen's Bounty by two warrants of 27 Nov. 1712 and 13 March 1712–13 40 0 0
David Shrimpton, for a bill of exchange payable to William Skinner, by warrant of 31 Dec. 1712 102 0 0
Richard Watts, late gardener at the Little House at Windsor, for his salary to 1 Dec. 1712 when he was dismissed, by warrant of 22 Dec. 1712 31 1 0
James Greensheilds, for the Queen's Bounty, by warrant of 3 Dec. 1712 50 0 0
Matthew Prior, for his expenses on his journeys to and from France for the despatch of several affairs with which he has been and continues to be instrusted (sic), by warrant of 28 Nov. 1712 1,000 0 0
Margaret Farquar, for Bounty, by warrant of 29 Oct. 1712 10 0 0
Hester Walker, ditto, by warrant of 20 March 1712 10 0 0
Thomas Johnson, ditto, by warrant of 29 Oct. 1712 20 0 0
Jean Stewart, ditto, by warrant of 23 Jan. 1712–13 5 0 0
Samuel White, ditto, by warrant of 29 Jan. 1712 10 0 0
Charles Boit, in further part of 2,000l. for drawing a large picture of Prince George and the Court, by warrant of 21 Jan. 1713 100 0 0
William, Lord Stawell, for the Queen's Bounty, by warrant of 19 Nov. 1712 1,000 0 0
Solomon Blackman, ditto, by warrant of 12 Dec. 1711 600 0 0
Dr. Paul Chamberlain, for the funeral charges of Sarah Sedgwick, by warrant of 20 Nov. 1712 5 0 0
Monsieur Bekrendoff, agent to the Protestants in Hungary, for the Queen's Bounty to them, by warrant of 21 Jan. 1712 200 0 0
Cecilia Newberry, for the Queen's Bounty, by warrant of 11 June 1712 20 0 0
Rebecca Bruges alias Pride, ditto, by the same warrant 20 0 0
Rachell and Frances Mansell, ditto, ditto 10 0 0
Margaret, Countess Dowager of Marlborough, ditto, ditto 25 0 0
Jane Dickenson, ditto, ditto 10 0 0
Charles Palmer, ditto, ditto 5 0 0
Anne Christian, widow, ditto, ditto 20 0 0
Elizabeth Gellot, ditto, ditto 10 0 0
Margaret Black, ditto, ditto 10 0 0
Elinor Conway, ditto, ditto 10 0 0
John Butts, ditto, ditto 10 0 0
Anne Pugh, ditto, ditto 10 0 0
William Powell, ditto, ditto 10 0 0
Charlotte Rycante, widow, ditto, ditto 20 0 0
James Vezian, as a further part of the debt owing to him in the Cofferer's Office of his late Majesty, ditto 50 0 0
Elizabeth Rossington, for the Queen's Bounty, ditto 30 0 0
Anne Kershe, widow, ditto, ditto 10 0 0
Judith North, widow, ditto, ditto 10 0 0
Edith Colledge, ditto, ditto 20 0 0
the Countess Dowager of Marlborough, ditto, by warrant of 23 Dec. 1712 50 0 0
Cecilia Newberry, ditto by the same warrant 20 0 0
Thomas Cornwallis, ditto, ditto 100 0 0
Edith Colledge, ditto, ditto 20 0 0
Charlotte Ricante, ditto, ditto 20 0 0
Anne Christian, ditto, ditto 20 0 0
Mary, wife of Hugh Speke, ditto, ditto 10 0 0
Rachell and Frances Mansell, ditto, ditto 10 0 0
Jane Dickenson, ditto, ditto 10 0 0
Elinor Conway, ditto, ditto 5 0 0
Margaret Black, ditto, ditto 10 0 0
John Butts, ditto, ditto 10 0 0
Anne Pugh, ditto, ditto 10 0 0
Anne Kershe, ditto, ditto 10 0 0
William Powell, ditto, ditto 10 0 0
Thomas Tagg, ditto, ditto 10 0 0
Bridget Mackay, ditto, ditto 10 0 0
Judith North, ditto, ditto 10 0 0
Elizabeth Gellott, ditto, ditto 10 0 0
Charles Palmer, ditto, ditto 10 0 0
Elizabeth Rossington, ditto, ditto 15 0 0
Mrs. Katherine Barton, ditto, ditto 30 0 0
Elizabeth Newman, ditto, ditto 10 0 0
Anne and Elizabeth Wilkinson, ditto, ditto 20 0 0
Anne Whittle, in consideration whereof she is to quit all pretensions or demands whatsoever from the Crown 20 0 0
20,511 3 1
fees paid at the several Offices within mentioned by Lord Treasurer's warrant of 16 Jan. 1712–13:
the Lord Halifax, for himself and clerks in lieu of fees; for a year to Xmas 1712 101 0 0
Henry Pelham, ditto, ditto 50 0 0
the Secretaries of the Treasury, ditto; same time 50 0 0
the clerks at the Treasury, ditto; same time 40 0 0
this Accomptant, for a clerk; same time 100 0 0
Edward Godfrey, for fees on passing warrants, etc.; same time 711 1 11
Charles Bint and Thomas Bonniface, messengers, for their allowance; same time 121 13 4
1,173 15 3
total of the above payments by Royal or Treasury warrants 43,541l. 3s. 4d.
Bounty money to the poor French Protestants, viz. to the Ministers, in full of 3,000l., 700l. and to the Layety, in further part of 12,000l., 1,300l. 2,000 0 0
this Accomptant, for his salary; year to Ladyday 1713 400 0 0
ordinary allowances (for riding charges and a clerk, allowed this Accomptant, 45l.; Thomas Foley, for the Auditor's fee, 62l.) 107 0 0
total payments and allowances £63,959 6
and so remains 239 19
whereof depending on Thomas Rous by way of advance towards the Incident charges of the Commissioners for building new Churches 200 0 0
and so the Accomptant is Indebted 39 19
Declared 21 January 1713–14.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: NEW CHURCHES.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 570 [E351/570].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 437, ROLL 1 [A.O.1/437/1].
Henry Smith, Treasurer of the Monies appointed for building fifty New Churches.
10 July 1712 to 25 March 1714.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: none, this being the first Account nil
Receipts: Michaelmas term, 11 & 12 Anne, in full of 5,000l. authorised by two Acts of Parliament 9 Anne [c. 17] and 10 Anne [c. 20]; by Lord Treasurer's warrant of 26 Dec. 11 Anne 5,000 0 0
Easter term, 12 Anne, in full of 5,000l. as above; by like warrant of 16 June 12 Anne 5,000 0 0
ditto, in full of 5,000l. as above; by like warrant of 31 July 12 Anne 5,000 0 0
Michaelmas term, 12 & 13 Anne, in full of 5,000l. as above; by like warrant of 3 Nov. 12 Anne 5,000 0 0
total charge and receipts £20,000 0 0
Discharge. £ s. d.
Money paid to sundry persons for the purchase of sites for Churches, Churchyards and Burying places, and for Ministers' Houses:
Richard Wise, for a piece of ground and five houses in Deptford, co. Kent 640 0 0
Samuel Presman, for his crop of fruit on the said ground 70 0 0
Henry Smith for a piece of ground in St. Margaret's, Westminster, co. Middx. 700 0 0
Sir Nathaniel Curzon, bt., for the inheritance of the ground whereon St. George's Chapel stands in St. Andrew's, Holborn, and of two houses there to make the said chapel a parish church 1,000 0 0
John Kent, for his equity of redemption to the inheritance of the ground whereon the said chapel stands 100 0 0
Dr. Henry Proctor, for three acres of ground in St. Pancras, co. Middx. for a burying place 300 0 0
Richard Gray for his leasehold interest in the said ground 300 0 0
and for the site of a church etc. in Spittlefields in St. Dunstan's, Stepney, to Sir Thomas Gery a Chancery Master, for the several interests of Philip Humphreys and those for whom he is a trustee, and of John Heath, an infant and of Mrs. Elizabeth Moore, an infant, 760l. and to Mrs. Anne Heath for her interest 300l., and to Charles Wood and Simon Mitchell for their interest 200l.; in all 1,260 0 0
4,370 0 0
contingencies:
Edward Tuffnall and Edward Strong, masons employed in building Greenwich Church, for the use of sheds to shelter the workmen 25 0 0
Paul Mucklebray, for service as a watchman at the New Church, East Greenwich 28 7 0
53 7 0
salaries:
Thomas Rouse, Secretary to the Commissioners at 200l. per an.; Midsummer 1711 to Xmas 1713 450 0 0
Nicholas Hawksmoor, Surveyor; same time (less 40l. paid 24 Dec. 1711) 410 0 0
William Dickinson, another; Michaelmas 1711 to Midsummer 1713 (less 40l. as above) 310 0 0
John Skeat, Agent to the Commissioners; 2¼ years to Xmas 1713 (less 40l. as above) 185 0 0
Simon Beckley, Solicitor; year to Xmas 1713 80 0 0
Thomas Crocker, Messenger and Doorkeeper; 2¼ years to Xmas 1713 (less 10l. as above) 57 10 0
Henry Smith, this Accomptant; 10 July 1712 to 10 Jan. 1713 450 0 0
1,942 10 0
incidents:
Thomas Lowther, for passing the Commissions 152 19 0
Simon Beckley, for business done as Solicitor 49 0 0
Samuel Brewster, for rent of the Great Room, etc. in New Square, Lincoln's Inn, and for fitting up the rooms for the Commissioner's use 50 0 0
251 19 0
total payments and allowances £6,617 16 0
and so remains 13,382 4 0
whereof depending on workmen and others for money imprested to them:
Thomas Hues and Richard Billinghurst of St. Margaret's, Westminster, bricklayers, employed in building the new church at East Greenwich 1,500 0 0
Edward Tufnell of St. Margaret's, Westminster, and Edward Strong of St. Gregory's, London, masons; ditto 4,000 0 0
Robert Jeffs, of St. Margaret's, Westminster and John James of Greenwich, co. Kent. carpenters; ditto 800 0 0
John Grazebrook, Deptford, co. Kent, employed to cover the said new church 600 0 0
Thomas Lucas, Deptford, co. Kent, bricklayer, appointed to build the new church in Deptford and a wall to enclose the ground 800 0 0
the said Thomas Hues and William Tuffnell, bricklayers, employed in building the walls about the ground purchased for a church for the new parish of St. George the Martyr 700 0 0
the same, employed in erecting the new church in St. Margaret's, Westminster 800 0 0
Thomas Rous, Secretary, to pay over to the Hon. Spencer Compton in satisfaction of a like sum advanced from the Royal Bounty for incidents 200 0 0
the same for payment of tradesmen's bills 100 0 0
£9,500 0 0
and so the Accomptant is Indebted 3,882 4 0
Declared 24 March 1714–15.

Footnotes

1 This is the figure given on the Roll, but correctly it should be 9,909l. 18s. 2¾d.
2 Defective through damp.