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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 9, 1689-1692
Declared Accounts Master Of The Robes Master Of The Robes Pipe 2,839. William de Nassau, esq., now Earl of Rochford, Master of the Robes ... charge 28,211 3 0 Discharge. l. s. d. Robes...
Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 17, 1702
Civil List Debt Office of the Robes Office of the Robes. Debts owing ... of his late Majesty King William in the Office of the Robes to the 4th of May 1701 during the time that the Earl of...
Office-Holders in Modern Britain: Volume 11 (Revised), Court Officers, 1660-1837
Independent Sub-departments Robes 1660-1837 Robes 16601837 The duty of the office of the robes was to order all his majesty's Robes ... 1 At the beginning of the period the...
Survey of London: Volume 28, Brooke House, Hackney
Base of garde-robe turret Base of garde-robe turret in north-west angle
Journal of the House of Lords: Volume 18, 1705-1709
House of Lords Journal Volume 18 ERRATA. VOLOUME XVIII. Page 69. b. 1. 17. dele in 236. b. 1. 12. robe. r. unrobe. 247. b. 1. 10. from Bott. siad r. said 279. a. 1. 18. Country r. County 362. b. 1. 22. to made
Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward III: Volume 9, 1349-1354
s. 4 d. for two years and 40 s. for his two robes for those years, and to pay him the said rent and 20 s. for his robe yearly henceforth, so long ... before his death, granted by deed to Roger a yearly rent of 13...
Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward II: Volume 1, 1307-1313
to receive for life in that house one mark yearly for his robe and 40 s. ... 3 d. daily for his food, 10 s. yearly for his robe, and half a mark
Diary of Thomas Burton Esq: Volume 1, July 1653 - April 1657
The Diary of Thomas Burton 24 February 1656–7 Tuesday, February 24, 1656–7. Ordered, that the lords the judges, who are members of this House, and all the gentlemen of the long robe, members of this House, and the rest of the...
Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward I: Volume 2, 1279-1288
befitting a clerk, in food, clothing and shoe-leather, to wit a suitable robe
Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 9, 1667-1687
and all the Gentlemen of the Long Robe, be added to the said Committee: