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'Declared Accounts, 1708: Civil List', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 22: 1708 (1952), pp. CDLXXIII-DIV. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90561 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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DECLARED ACCOUNTS: COFFERER OF THE HOUSEHOLD.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1870. (NO AUDIT OFFICE ROLL.)
Francis, Visct. Ryalton, Cofferer of the Household and Keeper of the Great Wardrobe.
1 October 1707 to 30 September 1708.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining as at the foot of the last Accompt nil, he being in surplusage.
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer 58,006 69
Sales 6 63 3
total charge and receipts £58,013 33
Discharge.
Surplusage shown at the foot of the last Accompt 33,886 67 7
Expenses of the Household for diet and stabling 68,192 2
Wages 3,563 6
Writing, etc., of the Accompt 20 00 0
Auditor's fee 30 0 0
Discharge. £ s. d.
Divers creditors: victuals and extraordinaries at Newmarket, Oct. 1707, 1,832l. 15s. 2d.; ditto at Kensington and St. James's, Oct. 1707, 296l.; ditto, Nov. 1707, 388l. 12s.d.; ditto, Dec. 1707, 448l. 9s. 6d.; extraordinary expenses of the stables at Newmarket and Kensington, 1 Oct. to 31 Dec. 1707, 203l. 18s. 10d.; victuals and extraordinaries at Kensington and St. James's, Jan. 1707, 920l. 12s.d.; ditto, Feb. 1707–8,. 6s. 11¾d.; ditto, 1 March 1707–8, 320l. 16s.d.; stables at Kensington 1 Jan. 1707–8 to 31 March 1708, 92l. 4s. 2d.; victuals and other necessaries for the entertainment of Sid Hamet Cardenas, Ambassador of the Emperor of Morocco, Oct. 1707 to March 1707–8, 317l. 3s. 6d.; provisions for the Queen's Maundy at Whitehall, 1 April 1708, 82l. 0s. 5d.; victuals and extraordinaries at Kensington and St. James's, April 1708, 312l. 16s.d.; ditto May 1708, 296l. 0s. 3d.; ditto at Windsor, Kensington, etc., June 1708, 540l.; stables at Kensington 1 April to 30 June 1708, 84l. 9s. 1d.; victuals and extraordinaries at Windsor, July 1708, 647l. 16s. 7d.; victuals and extraordinaries of entertaining the Lord Mayor (praefecti) of the City of London at Windsor, 26 July 1708, 160l. 13s. 5d.; victuals and extraordinaries at Windsor, Aug. 1708, 751l. 9s. 11d.; victuals and extraordinaries for entertaining the Lieutenant of the City of London at Windsor, 2 Aug. 1708, 160l. 13s. 5d.; victuals and extraordinaries at Windsor, St. James's and Kensington, Sept. 1708, 951l. 2s. 10d.; stables at Windsor, Kensington, etc., 1 July to 30 Sept. 1708, 491l. 9s. 4d. 9,938 8
total allowances and payments £115,631 1 11
And so the Accomptant is in Surplusage 57,617 7
Declared 17 June 9 Anne.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: TREASURER OF THE CHAMBER.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 560. AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 408, ROLL 144.
The Right Hon. John, Viscount Fitzharding, Treasurer of her Majesty's Chamber.
29 September 1707 to 29 September 1708.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining at the end of the last Accompt Nil, he being in surplusage.
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term, 6–7 Anne, in further part of 50,000l. by privy seal of 17 July 6 Anne 6,361 1
Easter term, 7 Anne, in further part of the same 11,103 3
Michaelmas term, 6–7 Anne, in further part of 20,000l. for arrears by privy seal of 14 March 1701 and Royal Warrant of 20 July 4 Anne 419 9
Easter term, 7 Anne, in further part of the same 133 35 50¾
total charge and receipts £18,017 75
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Surplusage at the end of the last Accompt 3,729 9
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 919 9 9
Serjeant trumpeter, William Shore and John Shore succeeding him 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 Watchmaker, Thomas Herbert 300 0 0
Officers of the Jewel Office (John Charlton, Master, and Robert Sedgwick, Edward Pauncefort and Edward Yardley, as clerk, yeoman and groom respectively) 275 50 0
Mole-taker, Thomas Hunt 8 8 8
Rat-killer, Walter Martin 48 8 8
Coffer bearers, Michael Wolrich and William Lovegrove 54 45 5
ten Grooms of the Great Chamber 400 0 0
forty Messengers in ordinary 1,800 0 0
Clerks of the Cheque to the said messengers, Thomas Atterbury and William Sharpe 199 90 0
William Saunderson, Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter Assistant 66 63 3
Groom Porter, Thomas Archer 550 0 0
Hugh Chudleigh, late Comptroller of the Treasurer of the Chamber's Office and William Vanbrugh succeeding him 150 0 0
Housekeepers, wardrobe keepers and officers of the removing wardrobe;-Peircy Kirke, house keeper of the Palace of Whitehall, 650l.; Peter Hume (deceased), late yeoman of the standing wardrobe at St. James's, and Jonathan Chace succeeding him 110l.; Daniel Child, keeper of the standing wardrobe at Whitehall, 200l.; Thomas Hall, keeper of the standing wardrobe at Windsor Castle, 160l.; Jasper English, underhousekeeper at Hampton Court, 320l.; Richard Marriott, keeper of the privy lodgings there, 200l., Theodore Randue housekeeper of Windsor Castle, 320l.; Peter Hume (deceased) late yeoman of the removing Wardrobe at Whitehall, and George Davenant succeeding him, 230l.; Jonathan Chace, eldest groom of the same, 130l.; Thomas Taylor, youngest groom, 130l.; Kendall Heron, first page, Josias Sewell, second page, Roger Hallet, third page, 100l. each 2,750 0 0
Discharge. £ s. d.
Physicians; Dr. Edward Hannes, first and principal physician to the person 400l.; Dr. Thomas Laurence, second physician 300l.; Dr. Martin Lister, third physician, 200l.; Sir David Hamilton, fourth physician 200l. 1,150 0 0
Apothecaries; James Chase and Daniel Malthus, apothecaries to the person, and William Jones, apothecary to the Household 586 68 8
Chirurgeons; Charles Barnard, serjeant chirurgeon, 396l. 13s. 4d. and Thomas Gardiner, chirurgeon to the Household, 280l. 676 63 3
Locksmith, Philip Harris 18 8 8
Secretary to the Household, Sir John Stanley 60 0 0
Gentlemen of the chapel, Dr. Turner and Mr. Ratcliffe 20 0 0
Elizabeth Battersby for rent of the passage out of the privy garden into Channell Row 3 30 0
Strewer of herbs, Elizabeth Jux 24 4 4
Historiographer Royal, Thomas Rymer 200 0 0
Poet Laureate, Nahum Tate 100 0 0
John Norris, joiner of the privy chamber, deceased, and John Howard succeeding him 19 91 1
Court drummers, John Skyrme (for one quarter to Mich. 1707), John Clothier and William Gardiner (for a year to Mich. 1708 54 4 4
Gamekeepers; the three gamekeepers of Berks, and Bucks, for wages by way of advance and for liveries and the three gamekeepers of Richmond and Hampton Court by way of advance 240 0 0
Thomas Hutton, housekeeper and wardrobe keeper at Somerset House, 100l., and Thomas Badeley, gardener there, 50l. 150 0 0
Thomas Brand for nourishing and embellishing her Majesty's letters to the Eastern Princes (for three quarters) 45 5 5
Robert White, housekeeper at Richmond 78 8 8
The Guard of the Body; his Grace the Duke of Devonshire, Captain, 1,000l.; William Feilding, Lieutenant 500l.; Richard Uphill, Ensign, 300l.; Charles Hanbury, clerk of the cheque; four Corporals, named, and 100 Yeomen of the guard; eight Yeomen Ushers, six Yeomen Hangers, two Yeomen Bed-goers and two Yeomen Pensioners 6,696 6 6
Watermen;—John Warner, Master of the Queen's barges, 48 Watermen and several Pensioner Watermen 268 85 5
and to this Accomptant for his salary on the Establishment and his Patent Salary 467 7 7
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
sundry allowances under Royal Warrant; William Vanbrugh Deputy Comptroller of the office of Treasurer of the Chamber, Barbara, lady Viscountess Fitzharding, governess to the late Duke of Gloucester; Peter Walton, repairer of her Majesty's pictures; William Vanhulls, clerk of all the Robes and Wardrobes; Henry Lowman, housekeeper and wardrobe keeper at Kensington and Edward Browne, underhousekeeper at St. James's 1,002 2 21¼
20,682 2
paid upon bills and warrants signed by the Queen and the Lords of the Council and Secretaries of State:
upon Warrants from her Majesty and Council:
Roger Sizer for the surplus of the final account of the Rt. Hon. the Lord Edward Russell, late Treasurer of the Chamber, ended 25 Nov. 1704, and for the charge of passing the said Account 35 5
John Holbech, clerk in the Treasurer of the Chamber's Office; for 5½ years 275 5 5
John Gauntlett, underkeeper of the Council Records for necessaries 90 0 0
total 400l. 9s.d.
upon bills signed by the Principal Secretaries of State:
William Churchill and Edward Castle for stationery 682 26 6
several Messengers of her Majesty's Chamber for services (detailed with names) 2,560 02
3,643 38 81¾
several persons for their travelling charges, customary allowances and extraordinary disbursements:
travelling charges (detailed) 1,651 14 4
extraordinary charges; Dr. Battell, Subdean of the Chapel, for a parson and prayers in St. James's chapel during her Majesty's absence, allowances for children of the Chapel whose voices have changed, Mr. John Eccles for pricking and fairly writing several compositions, Matthew Fairlis for cleaning of the Chapel Royal, Timothy Goodwine for stationery wares, Sir Godfrey Kneller for drawing several pictures of her Majesty (150l.), Walter Martin for killing of rats, Benjamin Bedford for lodging the Muscovite Ambassador, Mr. Charles Boit for three pictures of her Majesty in enamel set in gold (57l. 5s.), charges of Sir Cloudesley Shovell's funeral (990l. 5s. 9d. including 322l. for his monument in Westminster Abbey by Mr. Grinlin Gibbons), Thomas Tompion for a new clock, lodging of the Queen's chaplains and other items detailed 3,058 8 81
4,710 0 0
Discharge. £ s. d.
Arrears due to several servants in his late Majesty King William's time (detailed) 555 6 6
Extraordinary allowances (to the lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer and to the Auditor, also to this Accomptant for necessaries and a clerk) 83 6 8
total payments and allowances £33,404 8
and so the Accomptant is in Surplusage 15,386 13
Declared 29 June 1710.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: MISTRESS OF THE ROBES.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2843. AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2067, ROLL 104.
Charles Hodges, under the Orders of Sarah, Duchess Of Marlborough, Mistress of the Robes.
25 March 1706 to 25 March 1708.
See p. ccxcvii of this Volume (Accounts for 1707).
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: WORKS.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 3313. AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2447, ROLL 142.
Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of Works and Buildings.
1 January 1707–8 to 31 December 1708.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining at the end of the last Accompt 6,123 38
Receipts: money received out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term, 7–8 Anne, in further part of 40,000l. by Privy Seal of 29 Oct. 7 Anne 1,606 6
Easter term, 8 Anne, ditto 19,459 93
Michaelmas term, 8–9 Anne, ditto 18,787 73
39,853 33
Voluntary charge: money short paid out of the annual allowance for pens and paper 3 3 3
total charge and receipts £45,980 02
Discharge. £ s. d.
Sundry works and repairs at the following places:
the Tower of London:
emptions and provisions 388 86
wages and entertainments 409 99 9
carriage 14 4 4
task work; to the wireman for wirework at the Lieutenant's lodgings; to the 'mazer scowrer' for digging a well at the Constable's lodgings; to the mason for work at several lodgings, specified; to the carpenter for work at several lodgings; and to others not detailed 154 4 41¼
967 7 70
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
her Majesty's Palace of Whitehall:
emptions and provisions 1,830 0
carriage and cartage 103 38 8
wages and entertainments 1,155 58 80
cleaning the main sewer, etc. 185 5
gardener, for making up part of the privy garden, before the Earl of Marr's house 32 2 2
task work;—to the master carpenter for work at the Admiralty Office, in the Maundy Kitchen, the cockpit drains, etc.; to the joiner for work at several places, some specified; to the sergeant painter for painting at several places, specified; to the plaisterers for plaistering in the Maundy Kitchen and elsewhere, specified; to the mason for Purbeck paving in several places, specified, as also for chimney pieces; to the bricklayer for work in several places specified 2,010 00
rewards; to Robert Bedoe, under-housekeeper; to Michael Bigglestone for care of the great lamp in Scotland Yard and ringing the workmen's bell, etc.: to Charles Haughton for transcribing the accompt of the debt of his late Majesty King William in the Office of Works; to Langley Bradley and Thomas Herbert for looking after the clocks 16 63 3
5,334 45
her Majesty's Palace of St. James's:
emptions and provisions 1,909 9 9
carriage 216 64 40
wages and entertainments 68 8 8
rewards;—to the under housekeeper; to Jonathan Mounsey, chirurgeon, for setting William Smith's leg that was broke by a fall as he was at work there 11 10 0
task work;—to the bricklayer for work at the Duchess of Marlborough's lodgings and elsewhere, specified; to the serjeant painter for painting in several lodgings and elsewhere, specified; to the slater; to the mason for work in several places, specified; to the carpenter for the like; to the master plasterer and other plasterers for the like; to the wireman for wirework; and for mending the engines 2,296 6
4,501 15
her Majesty's Palace at Westminster:
emptions and provisions 421 10 00¼
cartage, cleaning of sewers, etc 161 1 1
wages and entertainments 36 6 6
task work;—to the slater; to the serjeant-painter for painting and gilding the iron branch of the House of Commons and the Union Arms for the Court house, painting the gates, etc., painting the Queen's Arms with Supporters and other work; to the plasterers, the master carpenter, the mason, the joiner, and the wireman; for work done at Cotton house, and at Auditor Jett's Office and elsewhere 667 7
1,286 66 60¾
Denmarke-house alias Somersett-house:
emptions and provisions 180 05
cartage, etc. 28 84 4
wages and entertainments 170 03 3
task work; to Charles Hopson for work at the housekeeper's lodgings; to the pavior for work in the street, etc.; to the slater; to the plasterer; to the mason and to the wireman 208 8 8
588 8
her Majesty's Palace at Winchester: sundry works
85 5 5
her Majesty's Palace at Newmarket:
emptions and provisions 215 53
carriage of one load of marble 8 8 8
wages and entertainments 116 64 41
task work;—to the mason for work about the Kitchen and in polishing nine marble chimney pieces, for the chimney pieces of Burell-stone, for the white and veined marble tables set up in the Queen's closet and a large marble bason betwixt the two tables and other services; to the carpenter, the joiner, the bricklayer, the plasterers, and the serjeant painter for work done and to John King for the garden 1,136 6
1,476 66 6
her Majesty's Palace of Hampton Court:
emptions and provisions 1,896 67
carriage by land and water and cartage 711 1 1
rewards to the keeper of the privy lodgings, to the under housekeeper and to Jasper English for allowing the men that draw the barges to come through his ground 6 6 6
wages and entertainments 816 6 6
task work;—to the mason for work done in several places, specified, and for Oxfordshire and other stone and several chimney pieces; to the carpenter, the bricklayer, the slater, the plasterer, the serjeant painter and the wireman for work in several places specified; to Lewis Le Guerre, painter, for mending and refreshing the piece of the Labours of Hercules; for mending the engines; and to the pavior 1,474 4
the gardens;—to several persons for work done, etc. 2,321 10 0
7,226 6
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
her Majesty's Palace at Kensington:
to the carpenter for task work in several places, specified; to the master glazier for glass and glazier's work; to the matlayer for mats and hassocks; to the master bricklayer for task work in several places specified; to the locksmith; to the master joiner for task-work in several places, specified, including the making of a model for the canal at Windsor; to the serjeant plumber; to the limeman; for place-bricks and rubbing bricks; for carriage of timber; to the mason for Reigate and Purbeck paving, etc.; to the ironmonger; for clearing rubbish, etc.; to Nicholas Hawksmore, clerk of the works; to a labourer for attending the timber yard; to the under-housekeeper; to Richard Neagle for his care in giving notes for the safe carriage of timber, etc.; to the plaisterers; to the pump-maker for a new pump for the porter's lodge, etc.; to the wireman for wirework; to the pavior; to more plasterers; to the serjeant painter; to the engine maker; to the plumber; to the slater; to another plumber and his labourer; and to the tinman 6,180 02
to work done in the gardens, etc. 1,665 52
7,846 6
total for work done, etc. £29,313 32
wages, etc., of the Officers of the Works including:
Sir Christopher Wrenn, knight, Surveyor of her Majesty's Works and Buildings 320l. 19s. 0d., John Vanbrugh, Comptroller, 158l. 12s. 0d.; Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster 149l. 9s. 0d. 1,251 1 1
fees and other allowances 173 3 3
riding-charges 340 0 0
1,764 43 3
charges of the Public Paving; to John Jolley, paviour for public paving at Whitehall, St. James's, Charing Cross, between the Gates going to Westminster, by the Park wall next Piccadillia, Hedge Lane and Old Palace Yard 613 3
charges of the funeral of his late Royal Highness Prince George of Denmark:
for embalming the body and laying it in the coffin 9 9 9
to Matthew Bankes, carpenter, for putting up timber in the Painted Chamber and the Stone Staircase for hangings and in the Court of Requests, shoring the cellar under the stone lobby and covering in the first vault that was opened in the Abbey; and for all work done by him in the lobby and from the lobby to the Abbey, and in the Abbey and the finding of all materials 250 0
to William Hinde for scaffolding, cord and lanthorns 8 8 8
to Joseph Jolley, paviour, for digging post-holes in the Palace Yard and paving them again and for gravel 4 4 4
to Edward Tufnell, mason, for cutting down the jambs and head of the doorcase that goes to the Old Royal Vault and cutting away the sides of the Vault and making it good, removing the blocks of stone at the East end of the Abbey to make way for the carpenters, taking up and newlaying the marble paving over the vault where the Prince is interred and for his attendance, etc. 16 60 0
to Deborah Reading for sweeping, etc., of dirt from Old Palace Yard and for carriage of scaffolding, etc. 7 7 7
to Josiah Kay, master smith, for materials and smith's work 62 26
to Charles Hopson, purveyor, for yellow deals, etc., and for barge carriage of timber, etc., from Bankside 265 5 5
to Thomas Highmore, serjeant painter, for blacking with Japan varnish the trestles and shovels 2 2 2
to John Vaughan for bran and tubs 2 2 2
to Robert Webb for carrying up deal boards etc. from the water-side to the Abbey, etc. 15 5 5
to Leonard Gammon and Richard Neagle for their attendance at Westminster to look after the workmen, etc. 4 4 4
to Charles Haughton for casting up and engrossing this Accompt 1 1 1
to James Hunter, hall keeper, for shutting and opening doors to the Lords and Gentlemen to pass to and fro 1 1 1
649 9
money paid under the Queen's Warrants and directions from the Treasury 4,649 9 9
Exchequer fees 205 55 5
total payments and allowances £37,195 56
And so the Accomptant is Indebted 8,784 45
Declared 11 Feb. 1711–12.
Auditor's Memorandum.
This Accomptant having been examined by the Auditor as to what interest he has received upon any Exchequer Bills, etc., made answer that he received some small matter during the time of this Accompt with which he intends to charge himself...in the next Accompt.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: WORKS AT WINDSOR CASTLE.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 3456. (NO AUDIT OFFICE ROLL.)
William Robartes, Receiver of the Honour of Windsor.
Michaelmas 1707 to Michaelmas 1708.
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, 6–7 Anne, in part of 5,000l. under privy seal of 13 March 1 Anne and Royal Warrant of 8 Feb. 5 Anne 2,086 60
Easter term, 7 Anne, in full of the same 849 98 81¾
ditto under the same privy seal and Royal Warrant of 28 Jan. 6 Anne 2,224 4 4
Easter term, 8 Anne, in further part of the same 2,227 7
Easter term, 7 Anne, in part of 5,000l. under the same privy seal and Royal Warrant of 20 Aug. 7 Anne 4,320 0
Easter term, 8 Anne, in full of the same 679 95 50¼
total charge and receipts £12,387 73 30¼
Discharge
Surplusage as shown on the foot of the last Accompt 5,769 91
moneys issued for works, new buildings and preparations:
emptions and provisions, detailed 1,980 03
wages and entertainments, detailed 1,488 86 6
task work: £ s. d.
Benjamin Culcheth, painter, for painting in the silver scullery, in the Tennis Court and elsewhere, detailed 236 62
Matthew Bankes, master carpenter, for palings, etc. 371 1 1
Thomas Fort, master joiner, for work done, detailed 990 0
John Clarke, master mason, for marble paving, chimney-pieces, etc. 414 4 40
Dominick Piles, bricklayer, for brickwork done in the drains 57 7 7
2,069 9
services of divers natures:
Henry Wise, gardener, for earth dug in sloping the banks by the Thames from the Queen's new bridge round by the wall to the branch of the river that is by the mill, for returfing, for making slopes and walks, for watering the trees and plants, etc.- 1,136 6 61
ditto for rolling and sweeping the terraces, etc. 75 5 5
James Browne, clerk of the works, for money paid on carriage of drafts, books of Accompt, etc., from London to Windsor 91 11 1
Thomas Taylor for pulling the engine to pieces several times for the smith to mend the iron works and putting it together again, moving gravel in the river, repairing flood damage, etc. 30 0 0
William Brooks for felling and cleaving dotard trees of oak and beech for firewood for the Governor 1 13 3
1,334 49 9
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
annual fees and allowances to the Officers of the Queen's Works and Buildings at Windsor (detailed) 240 09 9
total for Works, etc., as above 7,114l. 15s. 6d.
payments upon special warrants:
Grinling Gibbons, carver, for his salary by Royal Warrant of 8 July 1702 and Treasury Warrant of 26 Oct. 1710 100 0 0
Henry Wise for removing 300 deer from Windsor house park to St. James's park, Hyde park and Woodstock park: by Lord Treasurer's Warrant of 28 July 1708 206 63 3
Anthony Stapley, mole taker, for his salary: by the same warrant 30 0 0
336 63 3
fees paid at the Exchequer 224 4 4
total payments and allowances £13,445 5
and so the Accomptant is in Surplusage 1,057 7 70¼
Declared 30 June 1714.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: MASTER OF THE HORSE.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1766. AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1445, ROLL 23.
Charles, Duke Of Somerset, Master of the Horse.
14 August 1706 to 8 June 1710.
See p. ccciv of this Volume (Accounts for 1707).
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: GREAT WARDROBE.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 3134. AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2367, ROLL 139.
Ralph, Lord Montagu, late Keeper of the Great Wardrobe (by executor).
Michaelmas 1707 to 9 March 1708–9.
Charge. £ s. d.
Remains: nil because in surplusage nil.
Money received out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas Term, 6–7 Anne, in part payment of 100,000l. on the privy seal 30 Aug. 6 Anne 12,905 54
Easter Term, 7 Anne, on the said seal 7,000 0 0
total charge £19,905 54
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Surplusage at the foot of the last Accompt 75,356 6 6
Paid to several tradesmen and others for merchandise delivered in and work done for the Great Wardrobe:
John Kirke, 'consarcinatori' [packer], for cloth for uniforms, etc. 1,602 2 2
William Portall, 'mercatori' [merchant], for silk caps, etc. 1,304 47 7
James (or Jacob) Davison and partners, 'mercatoriis' [merchants], for silks 2,323 35
Samuel Orme, 'metaxario' [mercer], for silks including furnishings for 'le Royall Anne' 475 5 5
William Elliot, 'limbulario' [gold lace man], for gold lace, etc. 2,372 21
Thomas Carr, 'fimbriatori' [silk lace man], for lace 90 0
William West 'acupictori' [embroiderer], for embroidery 911 1 1
Henry Furnese, knight, 'mercatori' [merchant], for hollands and cambric 773 38 8
Jasper Collum, 'linteario' [linen draper], for hollands, etc. (for the Earl of Galway, Ambassador Extraordinary to Portugal, for Lord Lovelace, Governor of New York, for his chapel and for sheets for 'le Royall Anne') 604 49 9
John King, 'linteario' [linen draper], for linen for surplices, etc. 21 1 1
Hampden Reeve, 'tapetiario' [upholsterer], for work and materials 1,308 80 0
Robert Petre, 'scissori' [tailor], for making uniforms, etc. 274 4 4
William Dixon, 'scissori' [tailor], for the same 100 0 0
Thomas Dummer, 'valetto scissori' [yeoman tailor], for materials and for wages of himself and 19 other tailors from 29 Sept. 1707 to 9 March 1708–9 1,144 4 4
John Vanderbank, 'valetto atrebatico operatori' [yeoman arras worker], for rent of premises in Great Queen Street and for wages of himself and 13 other arras workers from 29 Sept. 1707 to 9 March 1708–9 750 00 0
Nathaniel Witham, 'principali pellioni,' [serjeant furrier], for his work and for beating and airing the Queen's stoles for the year from Michaelmas 1707 to Michaelmas 1708 13 3 3
Mary Sedgwick, 'pileoni,' [cap maker], for caps for the Children of the Chapel Royal and for two of the trumpeters in the Duke of Marlbro's train 11 10 0
John Bee, 'caligario' [shoemaker], for shoes 72 22 2
John King, 'textori' [weaver], for taffeta ribbon, etc. 81 1 1
John Smith, 'fibulatori' [button maker], for buttons 36 6 6
William Haddock, 'balteario' [belt maker], for leather belts, etc. 114 4 4
Martha Pearson, 'millinariae' [milliner], for lace for collars and cuffs of the Children of the Chapel Royal 15 5 5
Anne Colthorpe, 'sutrici' [sempstress], for work, (detailed) 108 87 7
Gerrit Jensen, 'capsulatori' [cabinet maker], for a mirror, etc. 198 89 9
William Johnson, 'capsario' [coffer maker], for locks, etc., for the Removing Wardrobe, Whitehall, for a pole with an iron hook for drawing bedcurtains and other work 291 1 1
Thomas Roberts 'junctori' [joiner], for work 460 0 0
William Churchill, esquire, and Edward Castle, 'bibliopolis' [stationers], for bibles and prayer books for the Earl of Galway and Lord Lovelace 456 62 2
John Elvington, for a gift to the Indians of New York (shoes and hats, knives and axes, etc.) and for payments to divers workmen 315 5 5
George Hutchinson, for payments to workmen 13 3 31
John Bull, 'plumario exornatori' [feather dresser], for cleaning a featherbed, etc. 6 62 2
Gregory King, Lancaster Herald, for the preparation, etc., of the insignia of the Garter at Windsor by reason of the change in the Royal Arms on the union of the two Kingdoms 19 90 0
William Hall, esquire, 'clerico Reginae stolarum et garderobarum' [clerk of the Queen's stoles and wardrobes], for his services for one year to Michaelmas 1708 36 6 6
Charles Hanbury, 'clerico de la checque satellitibus Reginae' [clerk of the cheque for the Guard of the Body], for their watching gowns 140 0 0
John Blow, Master of the Children of the Chapel Royal, for their waxed leather shoes 10 00 0
John Warner, 'magistro Reginae barcarum' [Queen's Bargemaster], for silk points for the year 1707 9 92 2
William Perry, late a Child of the Chapel Royal, fitting out 8 89 9
James Helestine, the same 8 89 9
George Henderson, the same 8 89 9
William Holmes, for coal, for a year's salary as messenger ('nuntius') of the Great Wardrobe and for a year's rent of the office in York Buildings 452 2 2
William Portall, 'Reginae condo' [the Queen's steward], for checking goods received for the Great Wardrobe, etc., for one year to Michaelmas 1708 62 2 2
John Serjeant 'cursorio portori' (sic) [running porter], for the like time 33 3 3
John King 'portario' [porter], for the like time 20 0 0
Martha Pearson, caretaker, York Buildings and Great Queen Street workshops, for the like time 21 1 1
17,084 4
liveries, detailed, by letters patent under the great seal and dormant warrants, etc.
to Ralph, Duke of Montagu, late Master of the Great Wardrobe, for a year and a quarter to Christmas 1708 2,750 0 0
to Edmund Dummer, clerk of the same, for the like period 375 5 5
to divers persons by letters patent 148 8 8
to divers persons under dormant warrants of 10 May 26 Car. II (Ralph, Duke of Montagu), 1 Feb. 1703–4 (Sir Christopher Wren and others), 28 April 1704, 25 May 1704 (John Eccles and others), 22 June 1704, 24 May 1704 (Henry, Earl of Kent), 20 Feb. 1706–7, 21 Sept. 1707, 23 Nov. 1707 and 11 July 1708 2,399 9 9
5,672 24 4
vestments, etc., detailed, of Officers of the Exchequer and the Great Wardrobe 283 3 3
fees, detailed, of Officers, etc., of the Great Wardrobe (to the Keeper 100l., to the clerk for a year and a quarter 22l. 16s. 3d. and 6l. 13s. 4d., to the yeoman tailor for the like period 26l. 7s. 4d. and to the Auditors 132l. 13s. 8d. 288 80 0
ordinary allowances 14 4 4
total payments and allowances £98,699 9
And so this Accomptant is in surplusage 78,793 3
Auditor's Memorandum:
It does not appear what part of the foregoing surplusage remains unpaid to the Tradesmen...the Vouchers...not having been produced...
Declared 2 November 1714.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: QUEEN'S PENSIONS. (fn. 1)
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2723. AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1923, ROLL 6.
The Hon. Spencer Compton, Paymaster of Annuities and Pensions pursuant to several Establishments under the Royal Sign Manual.
25 March 1707 to 25 March 1709.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: none, this being his first Accompt for the service nil.
Receipts: received of Edward Nicholas, late Paymaster, for so much remaining in his hands at the end of his final Accompt 10 0 0
money had out of the Exchequer:
Easter term, 6 Anne, by way of imprest and in full of the sum of 15,000l. for sustaining the French Protestants; by privy seal of 13 March 1701–2 and royal warrant of 19 June 1707 15,000 0 0
Charge. £ s. d.
Easter term, 7 Anne, ditto and in full of the sum of 15,000l. for the same by the same privy seal and by warrant of 19 July 1708 15,000 0 0
Easter term, 6 Anne, in part of 40,000l. by privy seal of 28 April 1707 12,027 75 50
Michaelmas term, 6 & 7 Anne, in further part of the same 12,104 40
Easter term, 7 Anne, ditto 7,538 82
Michaelmas term, 7 & 8 Anne, ditto 7,711 16 6
(total received from the Exchequer 69,382l. 15s. 1d.)
two years' Interest at 8 per cent. per an. and 200l. in repayment of the Principal of 500l. lent by the Queen towards the loan of 250,000l. to the Emperor of Germany 272 2 2
total charge and receipts £69,665 5 5
Discharge. £ s. d.
payments for several annual pensions, charities and allowances as her Majesty's royal bounty upon several establishments under her sign manual and other particular warrants, viz.:
on the Great Establishment:
annual payments commencing at Christmas 1701.
the Mayor and Churchwardens of Windsor, for the Church and poor, at 50l. per an. and at the same rate towards the loss sustained by the Church and poor rates through the inclosure of lands into the Little Park; for 1½ years to Mids. 1708 150 0 0
La Croize, Vicar of Old Windsor, at 25l. per an. for the same time in lieu of tithe for lands laid into the Great Park 37 70 0
the Churchwardens of Hampton, co, Mx., for the poor at 50l. per an. : same time 75 5 5
the Vicar there, in lieu of tithes for land inclosed into Hampton Court Park at 31l. 1s. 8d. per an.; same time 46 62 2
The Churchwardens of St. Margaret's, Westminster, for the poor and the Hospital in 'Tuttlefields” at 100l. per. an.; same time 150 0 0
The Churchwardens of St. Martin's in the Fields, for the poor there at 100l. per an.; same time 150 0 0
The Churchwardens of St. James's, for the poor at 50l. per an.; 1¼ years to Lady day 1708 62 20 0
annual payments commencing at Midsummer 1702.
George Sayers, Vice-Chamberlain to the late Queen Mary, at 500l. per an. for 1½ years to Mids. 1708 750 0 0
Henry Bulstrode, Gentleman Usher and Daily Waiter to the same, at 150l. per an.; same time 225 5 5
Jean Remii d'Montigny, another, ditto 225 5 5
Abraham Kemp, Page of the Presence to the same, at 40l. per an.; same time 60 0 0
Mrs. Dorothy Cason, a Woman of the Bedchamber to the same, at 200l. per an.; same time 300 0 0
Mrs. Martha Lockart, another, ditto 300 0 0
Mrs. Dorothy Ireland, sempstress to the same, at 100l. per an.; same time 150 0 0
Henry Killigrew, an Equerry to the same, at 150l. per an.; same time 225 5 5
Susanna Barry, at 40l. per an.; same time 60 0 0
Mary Lee, at 50l. per an.; same time 75 5 5
Elizabeth Worsopp, at 20l. per an. for Ladyday quarter 5 5 5
Elianor Ross, at 40l. per an. for 1½ years to Mids. 1708 60 0 0
Frances Barrow, at 30l. per an.: same time 45 5 5
Mary Ashton, ditto 45 5 5
Dorothy Torway, at 50l. per an.; same time 75 5 5
Mary Lance, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
the Bishop of London, for the Ministers in New England, at 100l. per an.; same time 150 0 0
Mary Doyly alias Walter, at 40l. per an.; same time 60 0 0
The Lady Mary Prestwich, ditto 60 0 0
Mons. Nevill, for house rent at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
M. d'la Fountaine, for Harman's children, at 40l. per an.; same time 60 0 0
Geo. Holder, at 22l. per an.; same time 33 3 3
Richard Miller, for M. Braceley's children, at 44l. per an.; same time 66 6 6
Richard Cawthorne, clerk, for reading prayers at Hampton Court, at 50l. per an.; same time 75 5 5
The Churchwardens at Kensington, for the poor at 25l. per an.; same time 37 70 0
The English Church at the Hague, at 30l. per an.; 1¼ years to Lady day 1708 37 70 0
Madam de Venneville, at 49l. 10s.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 74 4 4
Charlotte Justell (or Instell), at 60l. per an.; same time 90 0 0
Rowland Brock, at 40l. per an.; same time 60 0 0
Catharine Russell, at 25l. per an.; same time 37 70 0
Dame Elizabeth Hamilton, at 44l. per an.; same time 66 6 6
M. l'Vassor, at 60l. per an.; same time 90 0 0
Anne Richbell, at 40l. per an.; same time 60 0 0
Alice King, at 100l. per an.; same time 150 0 0
Anne Eden, ditto 150 0 0
Williamina Bunce, at 50l. per an.; same time 75 5 5
Dame Sarah Newcomen, ditto 75 5 5
William Conyers, ditto 75 5 5
Anne Fitzharris, ditto 75 5 5
Mary Stedman, at 40l. per an. to Christmas 1707 40 0 0
Mary Mitchell, at 20l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 30 0 0
Martha Francys, at 50l. per an.; same time 75 5 5
Isabella Gwillims, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Rabsy Smithsby, ditto 30 0 0
Elizabeth Reynolds, at 10l. per an.; same time 15 5 5
Elizabeth Disney, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Anne Disney, ditto 30 0 0
Ursula Church, at 40l. per an.; same time 60 0 0
Dame Margaret Lunsford, same rate; ¾ year to Mich. 1707 30 0 0
Catherine Ironmonger, same rate; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 60 0 0
Sophia Nevill, ditto 60 0 0
Susanna Woodward, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Martha Bastin, ditto 30 0 0
Hester d'Civille, at 30l. per an.; same time 45 5 5
Mary Brincknall, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Thomas Fry, at 10l. per an.; 1¼ years to Lady day 1708 12 20 0
Thomas Gummins, same rate; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 15 5 5
Anne Head, ditto 15 5 5
Katherine Roberts, ditto 15 5 5
Joane Launce, ditto 15 5 5
Susannah Clarke, ditto 15 5 5
Elizabeth Jennings, ditto 15 5 5
Dame Elizabeth Lenthall, same rate; 1¼ years 12 20 0
Sarah Madge, same rate; quarter to Lady day 1707 2 20 0
Anne Silver, same rate; year to Xmas 1707 10 0 0
Richard Yates, same rate; 1½ years to Midsummer 1708 15 5 5
Katherine Tessin, ditto 15 5 5
Margaret Jolliffe, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
John Stevens, at 12l. per an.; 1¼ years 15 5 5
Magdalen Thomas, at 10l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 15 5 5
Hester Walker, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Elinor Pendrill, ditto 30 0 0
Anne d'Veil, at 50l. per an.; same time 75 5 5
Margaret Abernethy at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Jane Piggott, ditto 30 0 0
Sarah Hussey, ditto 30 0 0
Aymee Debat, same rate; 1¾ years to Mich. 1708 35 5 5
Mary Barnier, Hester Verangevill, Susanna d'Champigny and Elizabeth Marmandee; same rate; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 120 0 0
Susanna Petit, at 40l. per an.; same time 60 0 0
Mary and Magdalen d'Alix, ditto 60 0 0
Ellin Morgan, at 10l. per an.; same time 15 5 5
Susanna Foxton, at 100l. per an.; same time 150 0 0
Sarah Miller, at 13l. 4s. per an.; same time 19 96 6
M. de L'Estrang (or L'Estang), for the Society of French Gentlewomen at the Hague; at 200l. per an.; same time 300 0 0
Elizabeth Bedford and Margaret Whittle, at 40l. per an.; same time 120 0 0
Martha Sympson, at 50l. per an.; same time 75 5 5
Margaret Morrison, at 40l. per an.; a year to Xmas 1707 40 0 0
Mary Bocock, at 40l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 60 0 0
Theophilus Garlick, at 30l. per an.; same time 45 5 5
Milbourne Maddocks, Thomas Smith, Mathias Ascough, Richard Latham and Sarah Ross, at 30l. per an. each; same time 225 5 5
Frances Mackenzie, at 40l. per an.; same time 60 0 0
Sarah Matthews, at 100l. per an.; same time 150 0 0
Bernard Gates, for himself and a Turkish girl, at 80l. per an. for a year to Christmas 1707 80 0 0
ditto, for his own pension at 40l. per an.; ½ year to Mids. 1708 20 0 0
Richard Bradley, at 40l. per an for 1½ years to Mids. 1708 60 0 0
Rowland Pearce, ditto 60 0 0
Susanna Benson, at 50l. per an.; same time 75 5 5
Gregory Gennini, at 30l. per an.; same time 45 5 5
Joyce Greeting, at 22l. per an.; same time 33 3 3
Dame Jane, Douglas and her daughter, at 70l. per an.; same time 105 5 5
the Lord Almoner, for the Queen's private pensions and charities, at 900l. per an.; same time 1,350 0 0
John Ernest Grabe, at 100l. per an.; same time 150 0 0
Anne Dartiquenave at 20l. per an.; 1¼ years to Lady day 1708 25 5 5
Ferdinando Gaffarelli, same rate; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 30 0 0
Elizabeth Grove, at 100l. per an.; same time 150 0 0
Walter Butler, at 30l. per an.; same time 45 5 5
annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1702.
Martha Farthing, at 300l. per an.; quarter to Ladyday 1707 75 5 5
Theodore Ballisis (or Balissis), at 150l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 225 5 5
Katharine Hildsley (or Hidsley), at 50l. per an.; same time 75 5 5
Mary Shelly, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Elizabeth Oliver, at 40l. per an.; 1¼ years to Lady day 1708 50 0 0
Elizabeth Tattersall, at 20l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 30 0 0
Elizabeth Harris, ditto 30 0 0
Elizabeth Bernard, at 10l. per an.; same time 15 5 5
John Edmonds, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Henry Quin, at 40l. per an.; same time 60 0 0
Teresa Wroughton, at 6l. per an.; same time 9 9 9
Richard Drury, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Bernard d'Vigneau, at 80l. per an.; same time 120 0 0
Samuel Pack, at 10l. per an.; same time 15 5 5
Mary Simons, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Katherine Buck, at 15l. per an.; same time 22 20 0
Frances Otway, at 10l. per an.; same time 15 5 5
Sarah Marshall, at 15l. per an.; 1¾ years to Mich. 1708 26 6 6
Mary St. Loe, at 10l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 15 5 5
Mary Watkins, same rate; ½ year to Mids. 1707 5 5 5
Elizabeth Atkinson, at 70l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 105 5 5
Katherine Devenish, ditto 105 5 5
Dorothy Manley, ditto 105 5 5
Hester Dawson, at 30l. per an.; same time 45 5 5
Elianor Clawson (or Elinor Clauson), at 8l. per an.; same time 20 0 0
Thomas Andrews; at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Thomas Green, 9l. per an.; same time 13 30 0
Sarah Wright, 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Mary Austen, 8l. per an.; same time 12 2 2
John Garrard, at 19l. per an.; year to Xmas 1707 19 9 9
the Countess Dowager of Lincoln, at 200l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 300 0 0
William Killigrew, at 150l. per an.; same time 225 5 5
John Baptista Draghi, at 100l. per an.; 1¼ years to Ladyday 1708 125 5 5
annual payments commencing at Christmas 1702.
Anne Carey, at 200l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 300 0 0
Susanna, Duchess d' la Force, at 500l. per an.; same time 750 0 0
Castiliana, Countess of Cavan, at 50l. per an.; same time 75 5 5
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Edward Howard, at 150l. per an.; same time 225 5 5
Col. Phillip Howard, at 120l. per an.; same time 180 0 0
Judith Sturton, at 30l. per an.; same time 45 5 5
John Gostling, at 50l. per an.; same time 75 5 5
Elizabeth Ramsey, at 100l. per an.; same time 150 0 0
Lady Margaret MacCarty, at 200l. per an.; same time 300 0 0
total on the Great Establishment 13,952 28 8
on the Additional Establishment:
annual payments commencing at Christmas 1701.
the Vicar of Hampton, in lieu of tithes for land enclosed in Hampton Court Park; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 7 70 0
annual payments commencing at Midsummer 1702.
Lucrece d'Chavernay, at 50l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 75 5 5
Claude Davene, at 40l. per an.; same time 60 0 0
Mary and Anne d' la Borde, at 24l. per an.; same time 36 6 6
Mary Catherine d'Hubac, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Isabeau Brassalay, ditto 30 0 0
Henriette d'Hautcharmoys, at 36l. per an.; same time 54 4 4
Judith d' Brugguire, at 12l. per an.; 1¼ years to Ladyday 1708 15 5 5
Elizabeth Vebron, same rate; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 18 8 8
Mary Boudon, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Mary Verveillon, at 12l. per an.; l¼ years to Lady day 1708 15 5 5
Elizabeth Hauteclair, at 25l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 37 70 0
Charlotte Mary Malleray, at 24l. per an; same time 36 6 6
Blanche Tournier, at 25l. per an.; same time 37 70 0
Lovis and Aimee Lamangere, at 30l. per an.; same time 45 5 5
Mary d' Berault, at 12l. per an.; same time 18 8 8
Jane d' Sussac, same rate; ¾ year to Mich. 1707 9 9 9
Mary and Silly Dumont, at 30l. per an.; 2½ years to Ladyday 1708 75 5 5
Louise d' Launay, at 20l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 30 0 0
Francis and John Marioge, at 15l. per an.; same time 22 20 0
Susanna d' Culan St. Mesme, at 12l. per an.; same time 18 8 8
Mary Jolly d'Chadignac, ditto 18 8 8
Charlotte Montguion, at 15l. per an.; same time 22 20 0
Susanna le Cercler, ditto 22 20 0
Charlotte Pouman, at 12l. per an.; same time 18 8 8
Mary d'Champagne, at 40l. per an.; same time 60 0 0
Mary and Catherine la Ferriere, at 24l. per an.; same time 36 6 6
Henriette and Mary Louvigny, at 30l. per an.; same time 45 5 5
Judith d' Beconne, at 15l. per an.; same time 22 20 0
Esther Mary and Susannah d' Champlovier, at 24l. per an.; 1¼ years to Ladyday 1708 30 0 0
Mary and Susanna Bette, at 20l. per an.; same time 25 5 5
Bernadine Falquerolles, at 12l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 18 8 8
Frances Pasquet, at 6l. per an.; same time 9 9 9
Angelique Doudart, at 12l. per an.; 1¼ years to Lady day 1708 15 5 5
Emeraud le Grand, at 40s. per an.; same time 2 20 0
Susanna d' Serrieres, at 18l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 27 7 7
Mary d' Rozell, at 12l. per an.; same time 18 8 8
Helenne and Margarett Marancin, at 40l. per an.; same time 60 0 0
Elizabeth d' la Barr, at 25l. per an.; same time 37 70 0
Henriette d' Bellefons, ditto 37 70 0
Henriette Largere, at 50l. per an.; same time 75 5 5
Claude Duncan, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Catherine Sieclar, at 25l. per an.; same time 37 70 0
Jaqueline Godeau d' la Roche, at 17l. per an.; same time 25 50 0
Elizabeth Periegoix, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Charlotte Dangeau, at 100l. per an.; same time 150 0 0
Henriette Mary d' la Muce, at 30l. per an.; same time 45 5 5
Mary d' Lisle, at 50l. per an.; same time 75 5 5
Victoria Pardailham (or Pardaillian), at 30l. per an.; same time 45 5 5
Catherine Dollon, at 30l. per an.; same time 45 5 5
Anne d' Langragne, at 50l. per an.; same time 75 5 5
Susanne d' Rayneval, at 9l. per an.; same time 13 30 0
Anne d' Boisruisseau, at 30l. per an.; same time 45 5 5
Frances Plunckett, ditto 45 5 5
Anne Paltock, at 40l. per an.; same time 60 0 0
Peter Persode, at 100l. per an.; same time 150 0 0
Henry Quin, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Peter d' la Touche, at 50l. per an.; same time 75 5 5
Sir Wynwood Mowat, at 40l. per an.; same time 60 0 0
Mathew Clarke, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
John Lauze, at 50l. per an.; same time 75 5 5
Thomas Chamberlain, at 18l. per an.; same time 27 7 7
Oswald Fawne, ditto 27 7 7
Elizabeth Duke, at 4l. per an.; same time 6 6 6
Anne Gourney, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Margaret Barker, ditto 30 0 0
Sarah Bridgeman, at 30l. per an.; same time 45 5 5
Deborah Rolleston, ditto 45 5 5
Catherine Harlackenden, at 40l. per an.; same time 60 0 0
Sarah Okeover, at 30l. per an.; same time 45 5 5
Elizabeth Mackdonnell, ditto 45 5 5
Winifred Whaley, ditto 45 5 5
Magdalen Cunningham, ditto 45 5 5
Elizabeth Mackraken, ditto 45 5 5
annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1702.
the Duchess of Holtstein Bec, at 200l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 300 0 0
Dr. Cockburne, Minister of the English Church at Amsterdam, at 60l. per an.; same time 90 0 0
annual payments commencing at Midsummer 1703.
Col. Richard Bagot, at 100l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 150 0 0
Maj. Nathaniel Hill, at 50l. per. an.; same time 75 5 5
Hasting Baldock, at 27l. 7s. 6d. per an.; same time 41 1 1
William Fanching, ditto 41 1 1
John Button, ditto 41 1 1
John Brerers (or Breres), ditto 41 1 1
Frances Jones and Anne Lloyd, at 100l. per an.; same time 150 0 0
the afternoon preacher at Kensington, at 20l. per an.; 1¼ years to Ladyday 1708 25 5 5
Thomas Brown, at 50l. per an.; l½ years to Mids. 1708 75 5 5
Elizabeth Richards, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Henry Wood, same rate; quarter to Ladyday 1707 5 5 5
Alice Shipton, same rate; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 30 0 0
Francoise Sarrette (or Sharretts), at 12l. per an.; same time 18 8 8
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Mary Dubeville, ditto 18 8 8
Mary Jouneau, at 10l. per an.;same time 15 5 5
Mary d' Chabannes, at 12l. per an.; same time 18 8 8
Ester and Lucrece Longuevergne, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Magdalen Dornant, at 18l. per an.; same time 27 7 7
Anne Gabrielle Montmillan, at 15l. per an.; same time 22 20 0
Magdalen Touchimbert, at 18l. per an.; ¾ year to Mids. 1707 13 30 0
Andre Peirre (or Piere) and Anne Henriette Laprimanday, at 15l. per an.; 1¼ years to Ladyday 1708 18 85 5
Elizabeth and Katherine Tourton, at 33l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 49 90 0
Susannah Pennotiere, at 25l. per an.; same time 37 70 0
Mary St. Faussevicouseat, 12l. per an.; same time 18 8 8
Susannah d' Marolles, ditto 18 8 8
total on the Additional List 4,332 20 0
on the Establishment dated 30 May 1704:
annual payments commencing at Ladyday 1702.
John Menard, at 160l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 240 0 0
Abraham Gilbert, ditto 240 0 0
Philip Menard, ditto 240 0 0
John Peter Brisac, at 40l. per an.; same time 60 0 0
Frederick Turton, at 10l. per an.; same time 15 5 5
John Menard, at 8l. 12s. per an.; same time 12 28 8
Bernard Hoefnagle, at 160l. per an.; same time 240 0 0
John Peter Nucela, ditto 240 0 0
Sebastin Vander Eick, at 30l. per an.: same time 45 5 5
Frederick Furton, at 5l. per an.; same time 7 70 0
Bernard Hoefnagle, at 20l. 12s. per an.; same time 30 08 8
annual payments commencing at Ladyday 1703.
Magdalen d' Alix, at 20l. per an.;1½ years to Mids. 1708 30 0 0
Magdalen d' la Chesney, ditto 30 0 0
Mary d' la Chesney, ditto 30 0 0
Capt. Roger Raven, at 27l. 7s. 6d. per an.; same time 41 1 1
Alice Vaughan, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Amelie d' Stirum, at 50l. per an.; same time 75 5 5
Mary Urseline d' Stirum, ditto 75 5 5
John Pellet, at 60l. per an.; same time 90 0 0
Amila Keysers, at 24l. per an.; same time 36 6 6
Claude d' Venneville, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Constance d' la Marie, ditto 30 0 0
Anne d' Cloux, at 10l. per an.; same time 15 5 5
Bonna Green d' Percour, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Helene and Margarett Marancin, at 30l. per an.; same time 45 5 5
Tabitha Haughton, at 10l. per an.; same time 15 5 5
Elizabeth d' la Barr, at 50s. per an.; same time 3 35 5
Henriette and Mary Louvigney, at 30l. per an.; same time 45 5 5
annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1703.
Elizabeth Colvert, at 30l. per an.; l½ years to Mids. 1708 45 5 5
Mary Marshall, ditto 45 5 5
annual payments commencing at Ladyday 1704.
Catherine Seigler, at 25l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 37 70 0
Charlotte Killigrew, at 200l. per an.; same time 300 0 0
Henry Foubert, at 250l. per an.; same time 375 5 5
Richard and Grace Sydenham, at 40l. per an.; same time 60 0 0
Victoria Slingsby, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Anne Goldsborough, ditto 30 0 0
Elizabeth Hall, ditto 30 0 0
Margaret Pretty, ditto 30 0 0
Jane Bell, ditto 30 0 0
Jane Berkley, at 200l. per an.; same time 300 0 0
Mary Armstrong, ditto 300 0 0
William Fanshaw, same rate; 1¼ years to Ladyday 1708 250 0 0
Susannah Leighton, at 100l. per an.;1¼ (sic for 1½) years to Mids. 1708 150 0 0
Elizabeth Slingsby, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Anne Duke, at 45l. 12s. 6d. per an.; same time 68 8 8
Mary and Penelope Hutton and Margaret Russell, at 36l. 10s. per an.; same time 54 45 5
Anne and Magdalen Rosse, at 60l. per an.; same time 90 0 0
Margaret Busse and Anne Collins, at 40l. per an.; same time 60 0 0
Dame Mary Slingsby, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
total on the Establishment dated 30 May 1704 4,367 76 6
on the Establishment dated 30 Sept. 1704:
annual payments commencing at Ladyday 1703.
Sir John Chardin, for the Vaudois Ministers, at 425l. per an.; 1¼ years to Ladyday 1708 531 1 1
the same, for the School at Offenback, at 30l. per an.; same time 37 70 0
the same, for the use of Mons. Arnaud, at 100l. per an.; same time 125 5 5
Albert Tassin d' Allonne, at 300l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 450 0 0
Benjamin Power, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
total on the Establishment dated 30 Sept. 1704 1,173 35 5
on the Establishment dated 17 April 1705:
annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1704.
Margaret Croissett, at 20l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 30 0 0
annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1704.
Hester Golim, at 15l. per an.; 1¼ years to Ladyday 1708 18 85 5
total on the Establishment dated 17 April 1705 48 85 5
on the Establishment dated 25 June 1705:
annual payments commencing at Ladyday 1705.
Antonio Verrio, at 200l. per an.;¼ year to Ladyday 1707 50 0 0
Nehemiah Arnold, at 30l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 45 0 0
total on the Establishment dated 25 June 1705 95 0 0
on the Establishment dated 18 Dec. 1704:
annual payments commencing at Midsummer 1702.
Thomas and Elizabeth Hyde, at 50l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 75 5 5
annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1704.
Elizabeth Minshull, at 50l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 75 5 5
Elizabeth Wandesford, ditto 75 5 5
Judith FitzHarris, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
total on the Establishment dated 18 Dec. 1704 255 5 5
on the Establishment dated 2 July 1706:
annual payments commencing at Midsummer 1705.
Sarah Brown, at 11l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 16 60 0
annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1705.
Susanna d' Molline at 40l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 60 0 0
Margaret d' Villeneuve, ditto 60 0 0
Janne d' la Milliere, at 30l. per an.; same time 45 5 5
Magdalen Vaudiere, ditto 45 5 5
Elizabeth Sixty Dalem, ditto 45 5 5
Magdalen d' la Martiner, ditto 45 5 5
Utresia Astley, at 40l. per an.; same time 60 0 0
Anne Daniel d' la Grangue, ditto 60 0 0
Jean d' la Salle, ditto 60 0 0
Elizabeth Sallinanne, ditto 60 0 0
Mary and Katherine du Chail, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Susanna d' Cantiron, at 40l. per an.; same time 60 0 0
Judith d' Roux, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Susanna d' Blance, ditto 30 0 0
Margarett (or Magdalen) d' Chamier, at 25l. per an.; same time 37 70 0
Edward Purcell, at 20l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Frances Purcell, ditto 30 0 0
annual payments commencing at Christmas 1705.
Richard Elford, at 100l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 150 0 0
Frances Ralegh, at 60l. per an.; same time 90 0 0
annual payments commencing at Ladyday 1706.
Rebecca Flower, at 20l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 30 0 0
Susanna Pallier, ditto 30 0 0
Anne Byng, at 40l. per an.; same time 60 0 0
Elizabeth Waggott, at 80l. per an.; same time 120 0 0
Dame Barbarah Killigrew, at 150l. per an.; same time 225 5 5
Mary Killigrew, at 100l. per an.; same time 150 0 0
Rebeccah Pauldon, at 25l. per an.; same time 37 70 0
total on the Establishment dated 2 July 1706 1,696 60 0
on the Establishment dated 26 Aug. 1706:
annual payments commencing at Ladyday 1706.
Sir John Macleane, at 365l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 547 70 0
Capt. George Porter, at 260l. per an.; same time 390 0 0
Capt. Richard Fisher, ditto 390 0 0
Capt. William Boyce, at 156l. per an.; same time 234 4 4
Thomas Bartram, at 78l. per an.; same time 117 7 7
Robert Inwood, ditto 117 7 7
John Lunt, at 52l. per an.; same time 78 8 8
Edward Brown, at 26l. per an.; same time 39 9 9
total on the Establishment dated 26 Aug. 1706 1,912 20 0
on the Establishment dated 7 April 1707:
annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1706.
Mary Walter, at 20l. per an.; 1¾ years to Mids. 1708 35 5 5
annual payments commencing at Christmas 1706.
Katharine d'Bourbon, at 25l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708 37 70 0
Henriette d'Pons, Thors, at 60l. per an.; same time 90 0 0
annual payments commencing at Christmas 1705.
Frances Bew, at 40l. per an.; 2¼ years to Ladyday 1708 90 0 0
total on the Establishment dated 7 April 1707 252 20 0
on the Establishment dated 29 July 1708:
annual payments commencing at Christmas 1706.
the Lady Elizabeth Hay, at 200l. per an.;1½ years to Mids. 1708 300 0 0
annual payments commencing at Midsummer 1707.
Katharine Stanhope, at 200l. per an.; 1 year to Mids. 1708 200 0 0
annual payments commencing at Ladyday 1708.
Magdalen Errard, at 50l. per an.; ¼ year to Mids. 1708 12 20 0
Arthur Reynolds, at 27l. 7s. 6d. per an.; same time 6 66 60½
Rose Baricave, at 25l. per an.; same time 6 6 6
Margarett Lorin, at 15l. per an.; same time 3 35 5
Elizabeth, Boucher, at 50l. per an.; same time 12 20 0
Mary d' Ancour, at 20l. per an.; same time 5 5 5
Margarett Sarran, at 10l. per an.; same time 2 20 0
Susanna Sarran, ditto 2 20 0
Mary McNeal, at 20l. per an.; same time 5 5 5
Charlotte Tallemant Marmande, at 40l. per an.; same time 10 0 0
Jeane Debenne Louvigny, ditto 10 0 0
Claude Margarette d' Neville, at 20l. per an.; same time 5 5 5
Mary Vicouze d' la Cour, ditto 5 5 5
Judith Ricard, at 15l. per an.; same time 3 35 5
John Beguier (or Barguier or Bargnier), at 20l. per an.; same time 5 5 5
Judith d' Proisy dep. d' Tugny, at 30l. per an.; same time 7 70 0
Margarett Debar Montmillan, at 15l. per an.; same time 3 35 5
Francoise Dallons, at 25l. per an.; same time 6 6 6
Anne Mancter, at 30l. per an.; same time 7 70 0
Judith d' Goisy, at 36l. per an.; same time 9 9 9
Louise Pignot, at 12l. per an.; same time 3 3 3
Mary Pignot, ditto 3 3 3
Mary du Barquet, at 20l. per an.; same time 5 5 5
Mary Blagny, at 15l. per an.; same time 3 35 5
Elizabeth Vernon, ditto 3 35 5
Francois Marie Renaud, at 12l. per an.; same time 3 3 3
Charlotte Frate, at 15l. per an.; same time 3 35 5
Anne Grosvenor, at 30l. per an.; same time 7 70 0
Mary Boitout, ditto 7 70 0
Jean Kerr alias Brothwick, ditto 7 70 0
total on the Establishment dated 29 July 1708 677 7 70½
(total of the Annual Grants as above detailed 28,764l. 11s.d.)
payments to several persons as her Majesty's gift and Royal Bounty:
William Hamill (by lord Treasurer's Warrant 6 June 1707) 200 0 0
The Lord Power 100l.; Bridget Mackay for Elizabeth Madge's funeral 5l.; Henry Wise for Signor Verrio's funeral, etc., 50l. (by like warrant 1 Aug. 1707) 155 5 5
Elizabeth Farthing and Thomas Bailey for Martha Farthing's and Major Wood's funerals (by like warrant 19 Aug. 1707) 80 0 0
Discharge. £ s. d.
Margaret, Countess Dowager of Marlborough, 100l.; Thomas Cornwallis, 50l.; John Crown, 50l.; Margaret Strother, 10l.; Elizabeth Meeze, 50l.; Elizabeth Watkins, 20l.; Charlotte Recaute, 20l.; William Tagg, 10l.; Rebecca Bruges alias Pride, 20l.; Mary Purdon, 20l.; Jane Woollett, widow, 20l.; Sarah Carlyle, widow, 20l.; (by like warrant 26 Dec. 1707) 390 0 0
Anne Christian, widow of Maj. Christian, (by like warrant 17 Jan. 1707–8) 25 5 5
William Popple junior, for the support of 41 poor Protestants from the Palatinate in Germany, at 40s. per diem till they could be transported to New York, being 135 days (by Royal Sign Manual 10 May 1708) 270 0 0
Anne Hamilton (by lord Treasurer's warrant 15 June 1708) 20 0 0
Bernard Gates (by like warrant 15 June 1708) 10 0 0
Elizabeth Heyford (by like warrant 8 May 1708) 50 0 0
Thomas Cornwallis, 50l.; the widow Parsons, 10l. John Newman, 100l.; John Butts, 50l.; Dame Anne Silvius, 100l. (by like warrant 22 June 1708) 310 0 0
Anne Edon, 25l.; Edith College, 20l.; Elizabeth Gellot, 20l. Rebecca Bruges alias Pride, 20l. (by like warrant 12 July 1708) 85 5 5
Elizabeth Killigrew (by like warrant 28 July 1708) 50 0 0
Margaret Sammes, 20l.; Sybilla Baptiste Draghi, 25l.; Martha Simpson, 12l. 10s.; Mary, Lady Mordington, 10l.; John, Lord Power, 100l.; Joshua d' Rocherthall, a High German Minister, 20l. (by like warrant of same date) 187 70 0
the Corporation of Windsor, for possible loss of tolls of Windsor Bridge on erecting the new free bridge at Datchett (by Queen's warrant 19 July 1708) 135 5 5
Capt. Charles Congreve, 100l.; William Popple junior, for twelve Lutherans till they could be transported to New New York, 20l. (by lord Treasurer's warrant 6 Sept. 1708) 120 0 0
Anne Pugh, 30l.; Nehemiah Arnold, for Lewis and Anthony Driver, 150l. (by like warrant 4 Sept. 1708) 180 0 0
Capt. Thomas Williams, for bringing the news of taking and destroying the Galleons in the West Indies by Commodore Wager (by like warrant 14 Sept. 1708) 50 0 0
Capt. William Stewart (by like warrant 12 Nov. 1708) 100 0 0
Melcher Gilles (by like warrant 12 Nov. 1708) 46 6 6
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Margaret, Countess Dowager of Marlborough, 50l.; Thomas Cornwallis, 50l.; John Crowne, 50l.; Mary Purdon 20l.; Rebecca Bruges alias Pride, 20l.; Margaret Strother, 10l.; Francis and Rachell Mansell, 10l.; Thomas Tagg at the Privy Garden door, 10l.; William Powell, 10l.; Agnes Parsons, 10l.; Charles Palmer, 10l.; Charlotte Ricaute 20l.; Anne Christian, widow 20l.; Edith Colledge, 20l.; (by like warrant 30 Dec. 1708) 310 0 0
John Fonsera, 100l.; Thomas Brand, 20l.; Issaac Crocker, for preserving the swans last winter, 10l. 11s. 8d. (by like warrant 28 Feb. 1708–9) 130 01 1
the Lord Frazer, 200l.; Robert Moray, 100l.; (by like warrant 11 March 1708–9) 300 0 0
Elizabeth Hayford (by like warrant 15 March 1708–9) 50 0 0
total Royal Bounty 3,254 4 4
payments for fees at the Treasury and Exchequer: by Treasury Warrants 7 Jan. 1707–8 and 29 Jan. 1708–9:
the Lord Halifax, for himself and clerks in lieu of fees, Xmas 1706 to Xmas 1708 (two years) 202 2 2
Henry Pelham, ditto 100 0 0
William Lounds, for his fees, ditto 100 0 0
Christopher Tilson and other Treasury clerks, ditto 80 0 0
this Accomptant, for a clerk; 1¾ years to Xmas 1708 175 5 5
Edward Godfrey, for fees by him paid, etc. 405 5 5
Charles Bint and Thomas Boniface; 1¾ years to Xmas 1708, for carrying the Votes, etc. 213 3 3
1,275 5 5
payments upon several warrants under the Royal sign manual:
Mark Anthony and Magdalen Moncall, at 100l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708; (by royal sign manual 12 Oct. 1705) 150 0 0
the Countess Dowager of Arlington at 1,000l. per an.; same time; (by like warrant 8 July 1706) 1,500 0 0
John House, for the rent of the house which Capt. Porter lives in, at 60l. per an.; same time; (by like warrant 30 Nov. 1706) 90 0 0
Peter Flournoys, for the Countess of Clancarty's children, at 1,000l. per an.; same time (by like warrant 29 Jan. 1706) 1,500 0 0
Margaret Townsend, at 100l. per an.; same time (by warrant 24 Feb. 1706–7) 150 0 0
John Cairon and Louis d' la Prade, French Ministers at Wapping, at 40l. per an.; 2¼ years to Mids. 1708; (by like warrants 20 March 1706–7 and 13 Sept. 1708) 90 0 0
Dr. Battle, for the Lady Frances Keightly, at 210l. per an.; 1½ years to Mids. 1708; (by like warrant 7 April 1707) 315 5 5
Thomas Barclay, chaplain at Albany in New York; 1¼ years to Mids. 1708; (by like warrant 12 May 1707) 62 20 0
Alexander Stanhope, at 800l. per an.; ½ year to Mids. 1707 (by like warrant 19 June 1707) 400 0 0
Barbara, Viscountess FitzHarding and the Earl of Jersey, for the children of Col. Henry Villiers, at 300l. per an.; year to Mids. 1708 (by like warrants 15 Sept. 1707 and 26 Nov. 1708) 300 0 0
Isaac Crocker, at 12l. per an.; six years to Mids. 1708; (by like warrant 12 Nov. 1707) 72 2 2
Elizabeth Farthing, at 100l. per an.; year to Mids. 1708 (by like warrant 27 Nov. 1707) 100 0 0
'tythes and poors rates' for land taken into Kensington Gardens (by like warrant 12 Aug. 1707) 12 2 2
Dr. John Cockburne, at 40l. per an.; ¾ year to Mids. 1708 (by like warrant 14 April 1708) 30 0 0
Capt. Samuel Vetch, at 10s. per diem for 190 days to 22 Feb. 1708–9; (by like warrant 13 Sept. 1708) 95 5 5
Marmaduke Conway, at 20l. per an.; quarter to Mids. 1708 (by like warrant 19 June 1708) 5 5 5
Elizabeth Winstanley, at 100l. per an.; same time (by like warrant 25 June 1708) 25 5 5
Sarah Carlisle, at 50l. per an.; same time (by like warrant 25 June 1708) 12 20 0
Timothy Poole, at 20l. per an.; 6½ years to Mids. 1708 (by like warrant 2 Oct. 1708) 130 0 0
5,039 9 9
(total payments by sign manuals and treasury warrants 9,568l. 11s. 4d.)
money paid for the use of the poor French Protestants
to Mr. Stephen Degulhon, for the poor French ministers 6,000 0 0
to Mathew Gastine, John Martin le Conuren and Alphee Beau Regard for the laity 12,000 0 0
to Jacob Blagny, Albert d' Sandes and Thomas Bureau, ditto 12,000 0 0
30,000 0 0
the Accomptant's own salary, at 400l. per an.; two years to Ladyday 1709 (by her Majesty's warrant 26 Oct. 1709) 800 0 0
Ordinary allowances; riding charges for the Accomptant and for his clerk; same time 90 0 0
Arthur Maynwaring : auditor's fee 124 4 4
214 4 4
total payments and allowances £69,347 7
and so the said Accomptant is Indebted as on Ladyday 1709 317 79
Declared 11 Feb. 1709–10.

Footnotes

1 See footnote on page ccxxvii of Vol. XXI in this Series.