Declared Accounts 1707
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'Declared Accounts 1707: Civil List', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 22: 1708 (1952), pp. CCXCIV-CCCVII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90539 Date accessed: 01 August 2014.


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DECLARED ACCOUNTS: COFFERER OF THE HOUSEHOLD.
Francis, Viscount Ryalton, Cofferer of the Household.
This Account is missing for 1 Oct. 1706–30 Sept. 1707.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: TREASURER OF THE CHAMBER.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 559.
The Rt. Hon. the Lord Viscount Fitzharding, Treasurer of her Majesty's Chamber.
29 September 1706 to 29 September 1707.
charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining at the end of the last Accompt None, he being in surplusage.
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term, 5–6 Anne, in further part of 50,000l. by privy seal of 15 Nov. 3 Anne 6,275 17 11¾
Easter term, 6 Anne, in full of the same 15,008 0
Michaelmas term, 5–6 Anne, in further part of 20,000l. for arrears of debts by privy seal of 13 March 1701–2 and Royal Warrant of 20 July 4 Anne 1,057 15 5
Easter term, 6 Anne, in further part of the same 341 10 0
ditto in part of 50,000l. by privy seal of 17 July 6 Anne 6,501 15
total charge and receipts £29,184 19 2
Discharge. £ s. d.
Surplusage at the end of the last Accompt 3,046 0
Wages and other annual allowances and payments to the several Officers of her Majesty's Household according to the Establishment of 23 Dec. 1702:
Her Majesty's Alms; John [Sharp] Archbishop of York, Lord High Almoner, for daily alms and for the Maundy, etc., allowance 919 0 0
Serjeant trumpeter, William Shore 100 0 0
John Eccles, Master of the Queen's Musick at 200l. per an. and 24 Musicians and an instrument keeper, not named, at 40l per an. each 1,200 0 0
Clock and Watch maker, Thomas Herbert 300 0 0
Officers of the Jewel Office (John Charlton, Master, and three others, named, as clerk, yeoman and groom respectively) 275 10 0
Moletaker, Jonathan Hunt 8 1 8
Rat-killer, William Hester for ¾ year to Ladyday 1707 and Walter Marting succeeding him from 31 March to Midsummer 47 5
Coffer-bearer, Michael Woolrich and William Lovegrove 54 15 0
ten Grooms of the Great Chamber 400 0 0
forty Messengers of the same in ordinary 1,800 0 0
Discharge. £ s. d.
Thomas Atterbury and William Sharp, Clerks of the Checque to the said Messengers 199 10 0
Thomas Archers' Groom porter 550 0 0
William Sanderson, Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter Assistant 66 13 4
this Accomptant, for his salary on the Establishment and his Patent salary 467 8 0
Hugh Chudleigh, Comptroller of the Accompts of the Treasurer of the Chamber 150 0 0
Piercy Kirke, housekeeper at Whitehall 650 0 0
Peter Hume, late Wardrobe-keeper at St. James's 110 0 0
Daniel Child, late keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at Whitehall 200 0 0
Thomas Hall, late keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at Windsor Castle 160 0 0
Jasper English, under housekeeper at Hampton Court 320 0 0
James Marriot, keeper of the privy lodgings there 200 0 0
Robert White, housekeeper at Richmond 78 0 0
Theodore Randue, housekeeper at Windsor Castle 320 0 0
Officers of the Removing Wardrobe:—Peter Hume, yeoman; Jonathan Chase and Thomas Taylor, grooms; Kendall Heron, Josias Sewell and Roger Hallet, pages 790 0 0
Physicians:—Sir Edward Hanns, kt. first and principal physician; Dr. Thomas Lawrence, second; Dr. Martin Lister, third; and Sir David Hamilton, fourth 1,150 0 0
Apothecaries:—James Chase and Daniel Malthus, apothecaries to the person; William Jones, apothecary to the Household 586 18 4
Chirurgeons:—Charles Bernard, Serjeant surgeon, and Thomas Gardiner surgeon to the Household 676 13 4
Locksmith, Philip Harris 18 5 0
Secretary to the Lord Chamberlain, Sir John Stanley, bt. 60 0 0
Daniel Williams and Thomas Jennings, two Gentlemen of the Chapel Royal, in lieu of three deer 20 0 0
Elizabeth Battersby, for rent of the passage out of the privy garden into 'Channell Rowe' 3 10 0
Elizabeth Jux, strewer of herbs 24 0 0
Thomas Rymer, Historiographer Royal 200 0 0
Nahum Tate, Poet Laureate 100 0 0
John Norris, joiner of the privy chamber 19 11 8
Court drummers:—John Clothier, William Gardiner and John Skryme 72 0 0
The Guard of the Body:—the Rt. Hon. William, Lord Marquess of Hartington, Captain; William Fielding, Lieut.; Richard Uphill, Ensign; Charles Hanbury, clerk of the Checque; four Corporals and one hundred Yeomen of the Guard 6,506 5 0
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Eight Yeomen Ushers 80 0 0
Six Yeomen Hangers and two Yeomen Bedgoers 80 0 0
Simon Cook and Thomas Smith, Pensioners, Yeomen 30 0 0
Watermen:—John Warner, Master of her Majesty's barges, 48 Watermen and 7 Pensioners, Watermen 271 17 6
Sundry allowances on Royal Warrants, viz.: William Vanbrugh, Deputy Comptroller of the Accompts of the Treasurer of the Chamber, 100l.; the Rt. Hon. Barbara, Viscountess Fitzharding, as governess to his late Royal Highness the Duke of Gloucester, for her pension, 600l.; Peter Walton, repairer of her Majesty's pictures, 200l.; William Vanhulls, clerk of the Wardrobes of Robes, 160l.; Henry Lowman, housekeeper at Kensington, 100l.; the most Noble Charles, Duke of St. Albans, for the salaries of the three gamekeepers of Berkshire and Buckinghamshire and for their liveries, also for the three gamekeepers at Hampton Court and Richmond (¾ year) and for liveries 247l. 10s. 0d.; Edward Browne, under housekeeper of the Palace of St. James's, 60l.; Thomas Hutton, housekeeper and wardrobe keeper at Somerset house, (1¾ years) 125l., and Thomas Baddeley, Gardener there, (1¼ years) 62l. 10s. 0d. 1,655 0 0
total wages, etc. 20,920 4
money paid upon bills and warrants, viz.:
stationery bills signed by the Principal Secretaries of State: William Churchill and Edward Castle, stationers 1,014 16 8
money paid by her Majesty's Warrant, viz.:
Thomas Brand, flourisher and embellisher, for flourishing, etc., letters to the Dey of Algiers, Emperor of Morocco, and to the Czar of Moscovy 40 0 0
money paid by warrants from the Lords of the Council:
Mr. John Gauntlett, underkeeper of the Council Records, for books, paper, pens and ink 90 0 0
John Cocks and Richard Colinge, Council Chamber keeper, for disbursements, etc. 170 10 0
John Cocks, servant to the Council Chamber, for allowances, riding charges and extraordinaries 152 16 8
thirteen messengers for services and attendance at the Council Chamber and Office 22 3 6
money paid upon warrants signed by the Lord Chamberlain:
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
several persons for their travelling and extraordinary charges, detailed (including payments for medicines, building fish boats and trunks for St. James's Park, New River water for St. James's Palace and Stables, lodging the Muscovite Ambassador and retinue, lodging and entertainment of the Moroccan and Venetian ambassadors, of 175l. to Sir Godfrey Kneller for drawing several pictures of her Majesty and of 100l. to Mr. Dalb for drawing two pictures of her Majesty at length, of bills for ratkilling, for lodging for the Queen's chaplains, etc.) 3,983 19 11
payments upon Messengers' Bills (detailed) 2,024 8 11
7,498 15 8
Arrears due to several servants temp. Will. III, detailed 1,385 19 5
Ordinary allowances 63 6 8
Total payments and allowances £32,914 6
and so this Accomptant is in Surplusage 3,729 7
Declared 31 March 1709.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ROBES.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2843.
Charles Hodges, gentleman, under the Orders of Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough, Mistress of the Robes.
25 March 1706 to 25 March 1708.
charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining at the foot of the last Accompt 1,882 8 7
Receipts nil.
total charge £1,882 8 7
Discharge. £ s. d.
Paid to several tradesmen for the ordinary expense of the Robes:
Mr. Couran for black silks 10 10 0
Mr. Lovegrove for yellow silk, for velvet and for quilting four 'pettycoats' 96 6 0
Mr. Hugueny for coloured and 'shammy' gloves 3 8 6
Mr. Peirce for rich Dutch silk 50 1 8
Mrs. Ducaila, tirewoman, for attending and dressing the Queen 82 13 0
Mr. Cousein, staymaker, for stays 66 10 0
Mr. Appleford, hosier, for stockings 25 16 0
Mr. Nash for striped Holland for 'pettycoats' 9 4 0
Mr. Smith, pin man, for pins 18 0 0
Mr. Abrahall for 'pocketts' 5 8 6
Mr. Collema for Indian fans 12 6 0
Mrs. Hunter for stars and Mr. Arnold Vandbeck for a diamond star 291 10 0
Mr. Dighton, perfumer 10 16 0
Mr. Fisher for Persian silk 7 3 0
Mr. Deacle for purple cloth 13 10 0
Mrs. Langrash for a scarf 2 16 7
Mrs. Cradock for Turkish silk 62 7 6
Mr. Ward for white gloves 83 4 0
Mr. Reynolds, shoemaker, for shoes 88 1 0
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Mr. Elliott, laceman, for silver and gold lace 39 17 0
the mercers:
Mr. Vernon 149 13 0
Mr. Davison 105 4 6
Mr. Feilder 49 14 6
Mr. Sandys 425 14 6
Mr. Alexander 713 1 6
Mr. Tatlock 15 10 0
(total for the mercers 1,458l. 18s. 0d.
Mrs. Clifton, mantua maker 67 12 6
Mrs. Hawker, 'petticoate maker' 86 3 6
Mrs. Banks, late 'petticoate maker' 49 6 6
Mrs. Wilkins, milliner 373 5 6
Mrs. Reeve and Mrs. Lecourt Ganeron, embroiderers 212 5 0
Mrs. Bull for lawn and tape 6 19 0
Rachael Thomas and Mr. Wolrich, cofferbearer 290 0 8
3,523 19 5
fees and salaries:
fees at the several offices of the Exchequer, detailed 294 9 6
salaries:
Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough, for two years as Mistress of the Robes 1,200 0 0
Mr. Thomas, ditto as Yeoman of the Robes 400 0 0
this Accomptant, ditto as Groom of the Robes 240 0 0
Mr. Curtis and Mr. Forster ditto as Waiters on the Robes 200 0 0
Mr. David Foulks ditto, for attending the Robes 40 0 0
(total for salaries 2,080l. 0s. 0d.) 2,374 9 6
Auditor's fee (to Arthur Maynwaring) 20 0 0
total payments and allowances £5,918 8 11
and so the Accomptant is in Surplusage 4,036 0 4
Declared 19 April 1709.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: WORKS.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 3312.
Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of Works and Buildings.
1 January 1706–7 to 31 December 1707.
charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining at the end of the last Accompt 6,260 18
Receipts: money received out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term, 6–7 Anne, in full payment of 40,000l. by privy seal of 30 Nov. 5 Anne 646 2
ditto in part of 40,000l. by privy seal of 29 Nov. 6 Anne 1,884 1 0
Easter term, 7 Anne, in part of the same 34,412 2
Michaelmas term, 7–8 Anne, in full of the same 3,703 16
ditto in part of 40,000l., by privy seal of 29 Oct, 7 Anne 99 6 10½
40,745 9
charge. £ s. d.
Money voluntarily charged in respect of an allowance for paper anciently allowed the clerks of the Works at Greenwich and Hampton Court but no longer paid them 6 0 0
total charge and receipts £47,012 7
Discharge.
Sundry works and repairs at the following places:
Tower of London: £ s. d.
emptions and provisions 431 0
cartage, etc. 14 4 6
wages and entertainments 545 5 0
taskwork: for new paving between the Waterhouse and the Record Office and elsewhere, work on the Chapel steeple, at the Constable's lodgings and on the dwarfwalls going up the Chapel stairs, for sergeant-painter's, joiner's and carpenter's work 149 3
reward to watchman 0 7 9
1,140 1
the Palace at Whitehall:
emptions and provisions 1,697 1
carriage 271 18 6
wages and entertainments 1,146 16 6
taskwork: to the master bricklayer; to the carpenter; to the sergeant-painter; to the mason for marble and Portland chimney pieces, Purbeck paving, Reigate stone for hearths and cornerstones and footpaces; to the joiner; to the carpenter for shedding and forms, etc., at St. Paul's Cathedral on the Thanksgiving day for the Union; to the bucketmaker for mending, etc., leather buckets; to the slater for work done over the guns by the 'Banquettinghouse' etc. 1,037 2
rewards: to the underhousekeeper; to the clockmaker for his care of the great clock in Scotland yard; to William Dickenson for taking an accompt of the works for her Majesty's reception in St. Paul's Cathedral on Thanksgiving day; for looking after the lamp in Scotland Yard, cleaning chimneys and ringing the bell for the workmen 12 13 0
4,165 12 2
the Manor house at St. James's:
emptions and provisions 948 16 11½
cartage 308 10 6
wages and entertainments 69 14 2
taskwork: to the master bricklayer; to the master plasterer; to the master joiner; to the carpenter; to the sergeant painter; to the mason for marble and Portland chimney pieces, Portland steps and battlements and other stone work; to the clockmaker for repairing the great clock there 4,118 1
rewards: to the underhousekeeper; to Thomas Hutchinson for sweeping the Courts and going out with the engine to the fire in St. James's Street 4 10 0
5,449 12 10
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
the Old Palace at Westminster:
emptions and provisions 434 11
cartage 37 5 0
Robert Webb, 'mazerscowerer 'for pumping, etc., at the House of Lords and House of Commons 109 8 2
wages and intertainments 37 3 8
taskwork: to the carpenter for repairs to the two Houses of Parliament and to Old and New Palace Yards; to the mason for Portland and Reigate chimney pieces, etc., at the Parliament Office, by the House of Lords and for paving work, etc.; to Grimlin Gibbons, carver, for eight capitals put up at the House of Commons; to the master joiner for enlarging the House of Commons for the meeting of the Union Members and for 'wainsscot and shashwork' at the House of Lords and Parliament Office; to the slater; to the sergeant painter for gilding eight capitals and painting the pillars, painting the Union arms over the Speaker's chair at the House of Commons and for other work specified; to the master plasterer; and to the bricklayer 713 10
1,331 18 11
Denmark House:
emptions and provisions 457 3 1
cartage 43 13 2
wages and entertainments 219 17 10
taskwork: to the pavior; to the sergeant painter; to the bricklayer; to the mason; to the carpenter for work done about the kitchens, etc., and about the Countess of Arlington's lodgings; to the plasterer; to the joiner; to the clock maker for repairing the great clock above the guard chamber 1,337 4
2,057 18
her Majesty's house at Winchester 90 15 9
her Majesty's house at Newmarket:
emptions and provisions 83 5
carriage 8 0 0
wages and entertainments 109 16
taskwork: to the bricklayer for works, specified; to the plasterers; to the carpenters; to the joiner; to the mason for marble footpaces, etc., at the Master of the Horse's lodgings; and to the painter 937 5 11
1,138 8
Hampton Court:
emptions and provisions 1,300 1
carriage 665 6 7
water carriage 12 6 3
wages and entertainments 818 6 5
rewards 7 0 0
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
taskwork: to the mason for Purbeck and Reigate and for work done; to the bricklayer; to the painter; to the clockmaker for mending the great clock there; to the bucket maker for cleaning, etc., old leather buckets there; and to the pavior 566 3
gardens: for glass; for smith's work; for the master-gardener; for estimates and reports; for lead pipes, garden pots, tubs, elm pipes, iron hoops, elm planks; for painting work; for bricklayer's work; for carpentry, including making of fences and melon frames, making a dam and sluice in the canal, repairing fences blown down in the tennis court gardens; for mason's work; for handbarrows, etc.; for looking after the bridge and river; to the Clerk of the Works (including cost of a new rope to take up the figures in the fountains) 3,103 13
6,472 17
her Majesty's house at Kensington:
emptions and provisions 799 4
land and water carriage 43 12 11
cleaning leads, etc. 256 16 8
taskwork: to the carpenter; to the joiner; to the bricklayer; to the mason for marble and Portland chimney pieces, etc.; to the painter; to the plasterer; to the pavior; to the slater; to the pumpmakers; to Grimlin Gibbons, carver, for making two capitals in the Prince's new library, a picture frame, and mending three carved chimney pieces 3,420 4
rewards 6 10 0
wages 212 15 2
the gardens: for smith's work, ironmonger's wares, carpenter's work, bricklayer's work; to the gardener; for glass and glazier's work; for painting; for mason's work; for lead and plumber's work; for pots and tubs; for plasterer's work; for deal spars, etc.; to Nicholas Hawks more for keeping accompts, etc.; to Thomas Deeplowe and William Deeplowe for copying out estimates, etc. 1,424 7
6,163 11
(sic)
charges of Public Paving:
to Joseph Jolly, pavior, for old ragg and pebble paving' new laid in the street before Whitehall, the Horse Guards, St. James's House, the Palace Yards at Westminster and by the Park wall 611 15
the Record Office in the Tower of London:
sundry works: to the master joiner for 'Right Wainscott Beadworke' in the presses for the Rolls; for smith's wares and for carpenter's work 246 1
the Exchequer at Westminster:
sundry works: to the plasterer, the pumpmaker, the bricklayer; for iron wares; to the 'mazerscowerer' for digging foundations, etc.; to the sergeant painter and the sergeant plumber; to the carpenter, the mason, the glazier, the pavior, etc.; for casting up the accompt, etc. 923 16
total for the above services 29,792l. 9s. 6d.
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
wages, etc., of the Officers of the Works:
(Sir Christopher Wrenn, Surveyor of the Works, 320l. 5s. 10d.; John Vanbrugh, Comptroller of the Works, 158l. 3s. 4d.; Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the Works, 149l. 0s. 10d.) 1,167 1 0
travelling charges 301 17 10
fees and other allowances 254 10 0
total for entertainments and other allowances 1,723 8 10
money paid by the Queen's warrants and warrants from the Treasury, detailed 9,195 5 10¾
Exchequer fees 177 5 0
total payments and allowances £40,888 9
and so the Accomptant is Indebted 6,123 18
Declared 17 Dec. 1709.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: WORKS AT WINDSOR CASTLE.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 3455.
William Roberts, Receiver of the Honour of Windsor.
Michaelmas 1702 to Michaelmas 1707.
charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining at the end of the last Accompt nil, because in surplusage.
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term, 1–2 Anne, in part of 5,000l. under privy seal of 13 March 1 Anne and Royal Warrant of 31 March, 1 Anne 2,710 0 11
Easter term, 2 Anne, in further part of the same 619 19 1
ditto, in part of 5,000l. under the same privy seal and Royal Warrant of 5 June 2 Anne 2,044 10
Michaelmas term, 2–3 Anne, in further part of the same 1,315 17
Easter term 3, Anne, in full of the same 1,639 12 7
Michaelmas term, 3–4 Anne, in part of 5,000l. under the same privy seal and Royal Warrant of 13 Sept. 3 Anne 2,189 11 11¾
Easter term, 4 Anne, in further part of the same 1,050 14
Michaelmas, 4–5 Anne, in full of the same 1,759 13
ditto, in part of 5,000l. under the same privy seal and Royal Warrant of 18 Jan. 4 Anne 968 0
Easter term, 5 Anne, in further part of the same 2,541 16
ditto in part of 3,000l. for works at Datchett under privy seal and Royal Warrant of 2 May 5 Anne 1,500 0 0
Michaelmas term, 5–6 Anne, in full payment of 5,000l., for works at Windsor Castle under privy seal of 13 March 1701–2 1,490 3 2
ditto in part of 5,000l. under privy seal of 8 Feb. 5 Anne 786 14
Easter term, 6 Anne, in further payment of the same 1,276 16 3
total charge and receipts £21,893 10 10½
Discharge.
Surplusage as shown at the foot of the last Accompt 2,469 7 11¾
moneys issued, etc., for Works, new buildings and reparations at Windsor:
emptions and provisions, detailed 8,193 9
carriage of the above and of sand and gravel 300 13
wages and entertainments, detailed 4,615 6 3
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
taskwork:
Alexander Fort and Thomas Fort, master-joyners 2,669 11 10½
Dominick Pile, bricklayer 473 5
Francis Rowland, carpenter 82 3 8
Arnold Thompson and others for assisting in sundry necessary works 629 13 11
Robert Streeter, serjeant painter, for painting in several lodgings, etc. 184 3
Peter Cousins for gold leaf work 183 8 7
Benjamin Culcheth, painter 877 10
John Clark for Purbeck paving, marble, Headington stone, free stone, etc. 210 9 0
John Grove, master plasterer 388 13 10
'Gringling' Gibbons, carver, for carving a chimney piece in lime tree with fruit, flowers and birds in the Queen's dressing room, carving six frames, carving a cock's head for the Duchess of Marlborough's sideboard and a snake's head for the basin at the Queen's back stairs, for carving a frame for a glass in the Queen's dressing room, etc. 39 19 10
5,738 19
payments for sundry services, detailed 1,223 3 6
annual fees and allowances to the Officers of the Queen's Works and Buildings at Windsor 1,205 7 8
total for works, etc., as above 21,276l. 19s.d.
payments upon special warrants:
George, Duke of Northumberland, for the repair of his lodging (by Treasury letter 10 Dec. 1702) 271 19 0
'Grinding' Gibbons, carver, his allowance (by Treasury Warrant of 17 July 1702 and Royal Sign Manual of 8 July 1702) for five years to Christmas 1706 500 0 0
John Clarke, Alderman and Chamberlain of the Corporation of New Windsor, (by Treasury letter of 25 May 1706) for purchase of the Corporation's Mills in Under Ore 696 10 0
Peter Cousins for gilding the pipes and carved works of the organs of the Chapel Royal (by Treasury letter) 38 0 0
John Finknell towards the building of a bridge over the Thames at Datchett (by Royal Sign Manual of 2 May 1706) 1,460 0 0
John Tailer (or Taylour) for certain messuages, etc., on the Castle Hill purchased for the Queen, etc., by Lord Treasurer's Warrant of 27 Nov. 1706 530 0 0
ditto, for purchase of a piece of ground at the Castle Hill (by like Warrant of 28 Jan. 1707) 150 0 0
3,646 9 0
Exchequer fees 270 5 6
total payments and allowances £27,663 2 1
and so the Accomptant is in Surplusage 5,769 11
Declared 11 February 1709–10.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: MASTER OF THE HORSE.
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1445, ROLL 23 [PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1766 is defective].
Charles, Duke of Somerset, Master of the Horse to her Majesty the Queen.
14 August 1706 to 8 June 1710.
charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining as at the end of the last Accompt Nil, because in surplusage
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Easter term, 5 Anne, in part of 20,000l. by writ of privy seal 13 June 5 Anne 5,000 0 0
Michaelmas term, 5–6 Anne, in further part of the same 7,000 0 0
Easter term, 6 Anne, in further part of the same 6,000 0 0
Michaelmas term, 7–8 Anne, in further part of the same 1,000 0 0
Easter term, 8 Anne, in full of the same 1,000 0 0
Total receipts £20,000 0 0
Discharge.
Surplusage as at the end of the last Accompt 127 8 7
money paid for horses bought for the Queen, detailed 607 8 0
several artificers and others, named, for wares delivered and work done for the ordinary service of the stables 18,812 8 3
several persons for hire of coaches, horses and other incident disbursements 3,028 18 2
total for horses, coaches, chairs and harness; for furniture for coaches, chairs, etc.; for liveries, etc., and upon other occasions, detailed, 22,448l. 14s. 5d.
fees at the Treasury and other allowances 365 17 0
total payments and allowances £22,942 0 0
and so the Accomptant is in Surplusage 2,942 0 0
Note.—The Accomptant desires that there may be added the money which he has paid in passing his Accompts for four years to August 1706 through the Exchequer and for the Imprest Rolls amounting to 103l. 8s. 10d. and then he will be in surplusage 3,045l. 8s. 10d.
Declared 11 Feb. 1711–12.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: QUEEN'S PENSIONS.
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1922, ROLL 5.
Edward Nicholas, Paymaster of the Annuities and Pensions established by the Queen.
24 June 1705 to 25 March 1707.
See Vol. XXI, p. ccxxvii.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: GREAT WARDROBE.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 3133; AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2367, ROLL 138. (fn. 1)
Ralph, Lord Montagu, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe.
Michaelmas 1706 to Michaelmas 1707.
charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: Remaining: nil because in surplusage nil.
Receipts: money received out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas Term, 5–6 Anne, on the privy seal of 31 March 1 Anne 12,000 0 0
Easter Term, 6 Anne, in full payment of 100,000l. under the said seal 5,394 5
Total charge £17,394 5
Discharge. £ s. d.
Surplusage at the foot of the last Accompt 72,879 8
Paid for merchandise delivered in and work done for the Great Wardrobe to:
John Kirke, 'consarcinatori' [packer], for cloth for the Yeomen of the Guard, etc. 1,323 2 6
William Portall, 'mercatori' [merchant], for velvets for liveries, etc. 1,770 7 9
Jacob (or James) Davison and others, 'metaxariis' [mercers], for silks and velvets for an altar cloth, curtains, etc. 2,039 11 6
Samuel Orme, 'metaxario' [mercer], for curtains 93 5 6
William Elliott, 'limbulario' [gold lace man], for gold lace, etc. 1,446 3 11¼
Thomas Carr, 'limbulario' [lace man], for Arras lace 518 7
William West, 'acupictori' [embroiderer], for embroidery 1,324 0 0
Henry Furnesse, knight, 'mercatori' [merchant], for linen, etc. 379 12 9
John King, 'linteario' [linen draper], for linen for surplices, etc. 108 9 0
Hampden Reeves, 'tapetiario' [upholsterer], for chair covers, etc. 904 16 10
Thomas Roberts 'junctori' [joiner], for mending chairs, etc. 487 16 6
William Johnson, 'capsario' [coffermaker], for a coffer, etc. 98 9 0
Richard Pigg, 'capsario' [coffermaker], for leather work 7 3 6
Gerrit Jensen, 'capsulatori' [cabinet maker], for mirrors, etc. 761 6 0
Robert Petre, for cloaks ('paludamenta'), etc. 293 11 2
William Dixon, 'scissori' [tailor], for uniforms 100 0 0
Thomas Dummer, 'valetto scissori' [yeoman tailor], for a year's work of himself and nineteen other tailors 831 6 9
John Vanderbanke, 'valetto atrebatico operatori' [yeoman arras worker], for a year's work of himself and thirteen other arras workers and for rent of premises in great Queen Street, etc. 1,405 8 6
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
William van Hulls, esquire, 'clerico Reginae robarum et garderobarum' [clerk of the Queen's robes and wardrobes], for his work, etc. 36 0 0
Moses Pujolas, 'principali pellioni' [serjeant furrier], for beating and airing the Queen's Coronation and Parliament robes, etc. 6 13 4
William Portall, for the weighing, receipt and delivery of gold and silver thread, lace, etc. 57 0 0
Charles Hanbury, esquire, clerico de le checque satellitibus Reginae' [clerk of the checque for the Guard of the Body], for watching cloaks for them 140 0 0
John Bee, 'caligario' [shoemaker], for shoes 72 9 6
John Smith, 'fibulatori' [button maker], for buttons 33 12 6
Charles Sedgwick,'pileoni' [cap maker], for hats, etc., for the Children of the Chapel Royal 10 0 0
John King, 'textori' [weaver], for ribbon taffeta for hats and for gloves 81 0 0
William Haddock, 'balteario' [belt maker], for belts 113 0 0
Thomas Waldron, 'lanceario' [pike maker], for pikes 14 8 0
Anne Calthorp, 'sutrici' [sempstress], for making surplices, etc. 11 10 5
Martha Pearson, 'millinario' [milliner], for lace for collars and cuffs for the Children of the Chapel Royal 15 5 0
Dr. John Blow, Master of the Children of the Chapel Royal, for their shoes 10 10 0
Gregory King, esquire, Lancaster Herald, for standards 125 3 6
John Warner, 'magistro Reginae bar-carum' [Queen's bargemaster], for silk points [strigmenta] 9 12 0
Samuel Smith, a former Child of the Chapel Royal, whose voice is broken, fitting out 8 19 7
William Churchill and Edward Castle, 'bibliopolis' [stationers], for bibles and prayer books, etc. 347 9 4
Peter Kensiet, for a counting-board ('abacus') 4 15 0
John Paulgo (or Paul), 'caementario' [mason], for work 2 8 0
John Elrington, for wages of divers workmen 42 6 9
George Hutchinson, for the like 10 5 0
William Holmes, for the rent of premises in York Buildings, etc. 419 13 8
Joseph Bunting,'portario' [porter], for wages to Christmas 1706 5 0 0
John King, 'portario' [porter], for wages from that date and for uniform 21 11 0
John Sergeant, 'cursorio portatori' [running porter], for a year's salary and livery 33 8 3
Martha Pearson, caretaker, York Buildings, etc. 21 0 0 15,545 19
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
liveries, detailed, by letters patent under the great seal and by dormant warrants, etc.
to the Master of the Great Wardrobe 2,200 0 0
to Edmund Dummer, clerk of the same 300 0 0
to divers persons by letters patent 74 3 0
to the Master of the Great Wardrobe for livery 106 13 4
to divers persons under dormant warrants of 1 Feb. 1703–4 (Sir Christopher Wren and others) 25 Oct. 1703, 28 April 1704, 25 May 1704 (John Eccles and others), 2 June 1704, 24 May 1704 and 20 Feb. 1706–07 1,221 10 4
3,902 6 8
vestments &c, detailed, of Officers, etc., of the Exchequer and the Great Wardrobe 175 14 10
fees, detailed, of Officers, etc., of the Great Wardrobe (to the Keeper 100l., to the clerk 24l. 18s. 4d., to the yeoman tailor 21l. 5s. 10d. and to the Auditors 91l. 6s. 8d.) 237 10 10
ordinary allowances 9 12 4
Total payments and allowances £92,750 12
and so this Accomptant is in surplusage 75,356 7 0
Declared 30 June 1714.

Footnotes

1 Compiled originally from the Pipe Office Roll but supplemented where this was defective from that of the Audit Office.