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Appendix: Queen Anne's Civil List Lottery

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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 27, 1713. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1955.

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Queen Anne's Civil List Lottery

Introductory Note.
The general subject of the constantly accruing Deficiency of Queen Anne's Civil List revenues has been explained in each volume of this Calendar from 1702 onwards. See in particular the Introduction to Vol. XVIII, pp. v–xviii, and to Vol. XIX, pp. xxviii to xxxix.
In 1713 the Deficiency amounted to nearly two years of the full service of the list and the position of the Queen's servants and pensioners had become unbearable. It was impossible for the Ministers or the House of Commons to shirk any longer the responsibility for making good the supply for the royal State and Household and the Civil Government.
As a preliminary to the investigation of the problem, and in pursuance of an Address to the Queen of the 30th June 1713 (Commons' Journals XVII, p. 446), William Lowndes laid before the House on the 6th July 1713 a detailed statement of the income of the Civil List for the first ten completed years of Anne's reign. This account is printed in the Commons’ Journals XVII, pp. 433–5, and in skeleton form is as follows:
Net money arisen for the use of her Majesty's Civil Government between the 8th March 1701–2 and Michaelmas 1712, excluding 192,660l. 14s. 8½ d. which in the same time incurred [on the late King William's Civil List] before the 8th March 1701–2.
total.
£ s. d.
between 8 March 1701–2 and 29 Sept. 1702 250,690 11
between 29 Sept. 1702 and 29 Sept. 1703 601,083 12 5
between 29 Sept. 1703 and 29 Sept. 1704 676,826 5
between 29 Sept. 1704 and 29 Sept. 1705 595,999 6
between 29 Sept. 1705 and 29 Sept. 1706 562,867 0 4
between 29 Sept. 1706 and 29 Sept. 1707 637,000 15
between 29 Sept. 1707 and 29 Sept. 1708 609,244 1 0
between 29 Sept. 1708 and 29 Sept. 1709 579,325 10
between 29 Sept. 1709 and 29 Sept. 1710 568,627 2
between 29 Sept. 1710 and 29 Sept. 1711 513,614 15 6
between 29 Sept. 1711 and 29 Sept. 1712 565,404 14
total 6,160,683 14
annual average receipt 590,999 6 4
average for the last three years £549,215 10 9
The Act for the Civil List (1 Anne, c. 1, repeating the Act 9 Wm. III, c. 23) had virtually, though not in so many express words, guaranteed an income of 700,000l. for the Civil Government or Civil List: so that for the above period of 102/3 years the total Civil List revenue should have been 8,790,000l.
The shortage of income therefore over the whole period arose to 1,229,317l. 5s. 3¼ d.
In order to make up the Deficiency no less than that full sum was required. But instead of voting the full sum and cheerfully finding supply for it the House passed an Act for a Civil List Lottery (12 Anne, c. 11), by which the Queen was authorised to raise a loan not exceeding 500,000l. by pledging the revenues of Civil List to the extent of 35,000l. per an. for 32 years to come. That is to say, no supply whatever was granted by Parliament to relieve the distress of the Crown, its servants and creditors. The Queen was simply given permission to borrow 500,000l. by pledging for 32 years the Civil List revenues in which she had only a life interest.
This amazing Act contains no express guarantee clause. It nowhere contains a promise that Parliament would meet or make good any Deficiency in the interest fund, nor does it anywhere provide for the continuation of the fund itself in case of Anne's death.
The fund upon which this 500,000l. was to be charged for redemption is defined by the Act as “all the revenues, Duties and branches which were appointed for the support of her Majesty's Household and the honour and dignity of the Crown as well those which are hereditary in the Crown as those which were granted during her Majesty's life” That is to say the Redemption Fund was the total corpus of the Civil List. It was obvious even to the Parliament which passed this Act that it could not pledge any succeeding Parliament to re-grant the Civil List at Anne's death in the same form or indeed in any form. It therefore could not guarantee a life-period of 32 years for repayments out of the total Civil List funds, for that composite fund would and did expire at Anne's death save as for the Hereditary portions of it. The Parliament therefore fell back upon an illegality. The Act decreed that in case of Anne's death any unpaid remainder should be charged upon and be paid and payable out of the Hereditary revenues, Duties and branches of the Crown and with preference to all other payments thereout.
It cannot be too clearly understood that this clause was ultra vires. Parliament had not the right to touch or appropriate or hypothecate the Hereditary revenues save as an Act of usurpation or rebellion. To have acted so as it did in this instance was mockery under the garb of loyalty expressed merely in words. In the same spirit the recital in clause XXIX of this Act speaks of the Civil List debt as occasioned by extraordinary expenses— a statement which was simply not true. The failure was due entirely to the deficit in the Civil List Supply and Parliament was bound in honour to make up the deficit by fresh supply which would bring the Crown's income to the promised 700,000l. per an.
The only effect of creating a 32 years’ charge on the existing Civil List revenues was certain to be a decrease in the net yield of that revenue for the whole of those 32 years.
As to the method of operating the Act the Queen was left to raise the money on her own funds (or rather on funds in which she had only a life interest) in any way she liked; and as she was in the hands of the Earl of Oxford as Lord Treasurer it was a foregone conclusion that the money would be raised by way of a Lottery, the gambler's only resource. It was actually raised in this way, and the account of the receipts from it and of the repayments by way of annuities runs through a long series of annual Declared Accounts.
Two of these accounts may be cited to show the total of money raised and the method of repayment. Sir William Fazakerley, Lancelot Burton, Lionel Herne, Samuel Edwards and John Grainger were constituted 22 Oct. 1713 by commission from Treasurer Oxford to raise 500,000l. by way of a Lottery pursuant to the power given in the above Act. The money raised from contributors by 50,000 tickets came to 499,900l. and was paid ambulando into the Exchequer (Declared Account: Pipe 2,023).
The course of repayment (i.e. of the annual payments to the contributors) was in the hands of the successive Paymasters, of whom the first was William Wenman, appointed by letters patent of Treasurer Oxford 26 March 1714; and his first account ran from 26 March 1714 to 19 Jan. 1714–15.
In this account he is charged with 37,500l. of money received out of the Exchequer: and per contra he is allowed 14,420l. for repayment of principal of 13,640 blank and benefit tickets and 20,963l. 17s. 5¼ d. for interest on tickets drawn in the 50 several courses of payment (Declared Accounts Audit Bundle 1547, roll 66). The figures will give an adequate idea of the utterly ruinous, usurious, prodigal rate of interest which the transaction involved. For it must be understood that the money with which the Paymaster himself was fed came out of the Crown revenues and acted as a yearly sum in diminution thereof up to the point of liquidation. If Parliament had found the money itself for liquidating the annuities the extravagance might have been condoned. But Parliament did nothing of the sort.
The question of repayment of the contributors by way of their annuities only formed one side of the question.
The other side of it concerns the actual distribution of the 500,000l. (or 499,900l.) among the servants of the Crown, the Civil Administrators, Ambassadors, pensioners, Civil Service clerks and tradesmen who had been waiting for their money for years. These payments were made in quite the ordinary way by warrant from the Lord Treasurer to the Exchequer for payment of particular sums to particular individuals on such and such an account. The general idea or purpose was to pay 1¼ years’ arrears to each.
The Treasury kept a separate Entry Book for these warrants drawn on the Civil List 500,000l. Lottery. The official reference to it is T 56/34.
This Entry Book is here calendared separately as an Appendix because of its distinct separate testimony to Queen Anne's Civil List Establishment. But it furnishes evidence only of payments on account; not of total Civil List debts outstanding.
The Book opens with two abstracts of accounts of which the first is as follows:
Abstract of the account of the neat money arisen for uses of her Majesty's Civil Government between the 8th of March 1701–2 and Michaelmas 1712 (excluding 192,660l. 14s. 8½ d. which in the same time arose upon the same Branches for Wm. III's Civil List arrears incurred before the 8th March 1701).
[This account is William Lowndes's synopsis of the Deficiency of the Civil List for 102/3 years as presented by him to the House of Commons and as printed in the Journals of the House XVII, pp. 433–5. It is abstracted, supra., p. 492.] T 56/34, pp. a-3a.
The second account is a detailed list of the parts of the Household Establishment which came under the Board of Greencloth and were paid by the Cofferer and those which were paid by the Treasurer of the Chamber and Wardrobe and Stables: with an estimate of the sum requisite for paying 1¼ years’ arrears to each officer and servant.
This account occupies pp. 495 to 514 of the present volume and is succeeded by the separate individual money warrants for payments as here printed from p. 515 onwards.
An account showing how much is due to each person in her Majesty's Household, Chamber, Chapel and Stables payable by Lord Masham. Cofferer of the Household: in which is distinguished Wages from Board Wages with the total per annum: as also salaries and pensions [payable by the Cofferer], being for one year and three months from 1 April 1712 to 30 June 1713. T. 56/34, pp. 1–27.
Household.
Accounting House:
John, Earl Poulet, Lord Steward: 100l. per an. wages; 1,360l. board wages: total 1,460l. per an.; for 1¼ years 1,825l.
Hugh, Earl of Cholmondley, Treasurer [of the Household]: 123l. 14s. 8d. salary; 1,076l. 5s. 4d. board wages: total 1,200l. per an.; for 1¼ years 1,226l. 14s. 0d.
Thomas, Lord Mansell, late Comptroller: debt 358l. 13s. 4½ d.
George, Lord Lansdown, present Comptroller: wages 107l. 17s. 6d. per an.; board wages 1,092l. 2s. 6d. per an.; total 1,200l.: debt 1,141l. 6s. 7½ d.
Samuel, Lord Masham, Cofferer: wages 100l.; board wages 400l.: total 500l. per an.; for 1¼ years 625l.
Edmund Dunch, late Master of the Household: debt 110l. 1s. 0d.
Sir William Poole, present Master of the Household: wages 66l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 433l. 6s. 8d.: total 500l. per an.
Sir William Forrester, Clerk of the Greencloth: wages 44l. 6s. 8d. board wages 455l. 13s. 4d.: total 500l. per an.; 625l. for 1¼ years.
Charles Scarburgh, Esq., Clerk of the Green cloth: wages 44l. 6s. 8d.; board wages 455l. 13s. 4d.: total 500l. per an.; 625l. for 1¼ years.
Charles Godfrey, Esq., Clerk Comptroller [Greencloth]: wages 44l. 6s. 8d.; board wages 455l. 13s. 4d.: total 500l. per an.; 625l. for 1¼ years.
Sir Jo[h]n Walter, Clerk Comptroller [Greencloth]: wages 44l. 6s. 8d.: board wages 455l. 13s. 4d.: total 500l. per an.; 625l. for 1¼ years.
Edward Parsons, Yeoman: wages 5l.; board wages 73l.: total 78l. per an.; 97l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Luder Spiesmaker, Yeoman: wages 5l.; board wages 73l.: total 78l. per an.; 97l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Henry Powell, Groom: wages 2l. 13s. 0d.; board wages 54l. 15s. 0d.: total 57l. 8s. 4d. per an.; 71l. 15s. 5d. for 1¼ years.
John Holbech, Groom: wages 2l. 13s. 0d.; board wages 54l. 15s. 0d.: total 57l. 8s. 4d. per an.; 71l. 15s. 5d. for 1¼ years.
Edward Phillips, messenger: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 37l. 6s. 8d.: total 40l. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
Bakehouse:
John Clark, Yeoman [of the Bakehouse]: wages 5l.: board wages 45l.: total 50l. per an.; 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Edward Ball, Groom [of the Bakehouse]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.: board wages 37l. 6s. 8d.: total 40l. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
Henry Nart Loe, Groom [of the Bakehouse]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.: board wages 37l. 6s. 8d.: total 40l. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
Pantry:
William Lingen, Gentleman [of the Pantry]: wages 11l. 8s. 2d.; board wages 48l. 11s. 10d.: total 60l. per an.; 75l. for 1¼ years.
Charles Justice, Groom [of ditto]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 37l. 6s. 8d. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
John Rivet, Groom [of ditto]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 37l. 6s. 8d. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
Buttery:
David Loyd, Gentleman [of the Buttery]: wages 11l. 8s. 2d.: board wages 48l. 11s. 10d.: total 60l. per an.: 75l. for 1¼ years.
Thomas Jones: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 37l. 6s. 8d. per an.: total 40l. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
John Clay, Groom [of the Buttery]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 37l. 6s. 8d.: total 40l. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
Tadeus van Sanden, Groom [of the Buttery]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.: board wages 37l. 6s. 8d.: total 40l. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
Edward Needham, Groom [of the Buttery]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 37l. 6s. 8d.: total 40l. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
Cellar:
Thomas Hopgood, Gentleman [of the Cellar]: wages 11l. 8s. 2d.: board wages 48l. 11s. 10d.: total 60l. per an.; 75l. for 1¼ years.
Richard Dalton, Yeoman [of ditto]: wages 5l.; board wages 45l.: total 50l. per an.; 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
James Heymans, Yeoman [of ditto]: wages 5l.; board wages 45l.: total 50l. per an.; 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Francis Furnis, Yeoman [of ditto]: wages 5l.; board wages 45l.: total 50l. per an.; 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Samuel Towers, Groom [of ditto]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 37l. 6s. 8d.: total 40l. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
Charles Price, Groom [of ditto]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 37l. 6s. 8d.: total 40l. per an.; 50l. for1¼ years.
Spicery:
Richard Davenant, Esq., Clerk [of the Spicery]: wages 16l.; board wages 84l.: total 100l. per an.; 125l. for 1¼ years.
Confectionary:
Eliza[beth] Stephens: wages 5l.; board wages 45l.: total 50l. per an.; 62l. for 1¼ years.
George Gunthorpe, Yeoman [of the Confectionary]: wages 5l.; board wages 45l.: total 50l. per an.; 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Thomas Drake, Groom [of the Confectionary]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 37l. 6s. 8d. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
Ewry:
Josias Poulter, Gentleman [of the Ewry]: wages 11l. 8s. 2d.; board wages 48l. 11s. 10d.: total 60l. per an.; 72l. for 1¼ years.
Peter Berry, Yeoman [of ditto]: wages 5l.; board wages 45l.: total 50l. per an.; 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Charles Calmell, Groom [of ditto]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 37l. 6s. 8d.: total 40l. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
T 56/34, p. 2.
Table Laundress.
Jane Gunthorpe: wages 20l. per an.; board wages 100l.: total 120l. per an.; 150l. for 1¼ years.
Kitchen:
Henry Lowman, Esq., Chief Clerk [of the Kitchen]: wages 44l. 6s. 8d.; board wages 205l. 13s. 4d.: total 250l. per an.; 312l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
James Eckersal, Esq., Second Clerk [of the Kitchen]: wages 11l. 8s. 2d.; board wages 138l. 11s. 10d.: total 150l. per an.; 187l. 10s. 0d. for 1 ¼ years.
John Faverall, Esq., First Master Cook: wages 11l. 8s. 2d.; board wages 138l. 11s. 10d.: total 150l. per an.; 187l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Michael Hounsleffe, Esq., Second Cook: wages 11l. 8s. 2d.; board wages 108l. 11s. 10d.: total 120l. per an.; 150l. for 1¼ years.
John Dissell, Esq., Third Cook: wages 11l. 8s. 2d.; board wages 108l. 11s. 10d.: total 120l. per an.; 150l. for 1¼ years.
Manuel Hicks, Esq., Master Cook in the Household Kitchen: wages 11l. 8s. 2d.: board wages 108l. 11s. 10d.: total 120l. per an.; 150l. for 1¼ years.
Joseph Centlivre, Yeoman of the Mouth: wages 5l.; board wages 55l.: total 60l. per an.; 75l. for 1¼ years.
Claud Arnaud, Yeoman [of the Kitchen]: wages 5l.; board wages 55l.: total 60l. per an.; 75l. for 1¼ years.
Richard Coockor, Yeoman [of the Kitchen]: wages 5l.; board wages 55l.: total 60l. per an.; 75l. for 1¼ years.
William Daniel, Yeoman [of the Kitchen]: wages 5l.; board wages 55l.: total 60l. per an.; 75l. for 1¼ years.
William Calhoune, William Hounslef, Christian Frolling, Thomas Webb, John Sells, John Lemeray and Thomas Wells, each as a Groom [of the Kitchen]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.: board wages 47l. 6s. 8d.: total 50l. per an.; 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years in each case.
James Smith, Henry Evans, Edward Centlivre, Claud Arnaud, junr., Christo[pher] Lisney and Jo[h]n Thornburgh, each as a Child [of the Kitchen]: wages 2l.; board wages 38l.: total 40l. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years in each case.
William Tomlin, scourer [to the Kitchen]: wages 2l.; board wages 28l.: total 30l. per an.; 37l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
John Hobbs, scourer [to the Kitchen]: wages 2l.; board wages 28l. total 30l. per an.; 37l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
John Webb, junr., John Grimston, John Gatley, John Fosbrooke, Samuel Edmonds, Thomas Grecian, Edward Harris and Jo[h]n Wheeler, each as a turnbroach [of the Kitchen]: board wages 30l. per an.; 37l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years in each case.
John Winne, doorkeeper [of the Kitchen]: board wages 30l. per an.: 37l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Samuel Needham, doorkeeper [of the Kitchen]: board wages 30l. per an.; 37l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Accatry [Acatery]:
James Halsey, Esq., Serjeant [of the Acatery]: wages 11l. 8s. 2d.; board wages 48l. 11s. 10d.: total 60l. per an.; 75l. for 1¼ years.
Jo[h]n Price and Jo[h]n Jackson, Esq., joint Clerk [of the Acatery]: wages 6l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 113l. 6s. 8d.: total 120l. per an.; 150l. for 1¼ years.
Francis Tuckwell, Yeoman [of the Acatery]: wages 5l.; board wages 10l.: total 15l. per an.; 18l. 15s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Larder:
John Whildon, Yeoman [of the Larder]: wages 5l.; board wages 45l.: total 50l. per an.; 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Nicho[las] Howard, Yeoman [of the Larder]: wages 5l.; board wages 45l.: total 50l. per an.: 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Geo. Minors, Groom [of the Larder]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 37l. 6s. 8d.: total 40l. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
Jo[h]n Geator, Groom [of the Larder]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 37l. 6s. 8d.: total 40l. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
John Winston, Groom [of the Larder]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 37l. 6s. 8d.: total 40l. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
Poultrey:
Alexa[nder] Gretton, Esq., Clerk [of the Poultry]: wages 6l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 73l. 6s. 8d.: total 80l. per an.; 100l. for 1¼ years.
Antho[ny] Scarlet, Yeoman [of the Poultry]: wages 5l.; board wages 45l.; total 50l.; 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
David Davis, Groom [of the Poultry]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 37l. 6s. 8d.: total 40l. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
Thomas Rutter, Groom [of the Poultry]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 37l. 6s. 8d.: total 40l. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
Scalding House.
Henry Yorke, Yeoman [of the Scalding House]: wages 5l.; board wages 45l.; total 50l. per an.; 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
William Spicer, Groom [of the Scalding House]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 37l. 6s. 8d.: total 40l. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
Pastrey:
John Faverall, Yeoman [of the Pastry]: wages 5l.; board wages 45l.: total 50l. per an.; 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Thomas Salter, Yeoman [of the Pastry]: wages 5l.; board wages 45l.: total 50l. per an.; 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Edward Allen, Groom [of the Pastry]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 37l. 6s. 8d.: total 40l. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
Thomas Brown, Groom [of the Pastry]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 37l. 6s. 8d.: total 40l. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
William Murray, Furner: board wages 30l. per an.; 37l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
John Burden, salsaryman: board wages 30l. per an.; 37l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Scullery:
Thomas Hardyman, Yeoman [of the Scullery]: wages 5l.; board wages 45l.: total 50l. per an.; 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Samuel Cardell, Yeoman [of the Scullery]: wages 5l.; board wages 45l.: total 50l. per an.; 62l. 10s. for 1¼ years.
James Tooth and Samuel Farley, joint Groom [of the Scullery]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 37l. 6s. 8d.: total 40l. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
Robert Chambers, Child [of the Scullery]: wages 2l.; board wages 33l. per an.: total 35l. per an.; 43l. 15s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Thomas Bott, Child [of the Scullery]: wages 2l.; board wages 33l.: total 35l. per an.; 43l. 15s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
James Rodd, page [of the Scullery]: wages 2l.; board wages 33l.: total 35l. per an.; 43l. 15s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Martha Dodson, servant [of the Scullery]: wages 2l.; board wages 33l.: total 35l. per an.; 43l. 15s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
John Griffin, pankeeper [of the Scullery]: board wages 30l. per an.; 37l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Richard Turner, pankeeper [of the Scullery]: board wages 30l. per an.; 37l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Woodyard:
John Shaw, Esq., Clerk [of the Woodyard]: wages 6l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 73l. 6s. 8d.: total 80l. per an.; 100l. for 1¼ years.
Somerset English, Yeoman [of the Woodyard]: wages 5l.; board wages 45l.: total 50l. per an.; 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Fra[nci]s Colman, Groom [of the Woodyard]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 37l. 6s. 8d.: total 40l. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
Jo[h]n Spencer, Groom [of the Woodyard]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 37l. 6s. 8d.: total 40l. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
Harbingers:
Peter Laroch, Gent[leman Harbinger]: wages 11l. 8s. 2d.; board wages 48l. 11s. 10d.: total 60l. per an.; 75l. for 1¼ years.
William Wall, Fra[nci]s Courant, Luke Darington and Davenant Sherbourne, each as a Yeoman [Harbinger]: wages 5l.; board wages 45l.: total 50l. per an.; 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years in each case.
Porters at [the] Gate:
Phillip Cavendish, Esq., Serjeant [Porter]: wages 11l. 8s. 2d.; board wages 108l. 11s. 10d.: total 120l. per an.; 150l. for 1¼ years.
Richard Miller, Aron Kenton, James Lovet, and Thomas Askew, each as a Yeoman [Porter]: wages 5l.; board wages 55l.: total 60l. per an.; 75l. for 1¼ years in each case.
Mahaleel Wyndham, Robert Vernon and Phillip Hanchet, each as a Groom [Porter]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 47l. 6s. 8d.: total 50l. per an.; 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years in each case.
Porters at Somerset House:
Robert Frost: board wages 50l. per an.; 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Richard Salmon: board wages 40l. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
John Allen: board wages 30l. per an.; 37l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Cart-takers:
Richard Fielder, Yeoman [Cart-taker]: wages 5l.; board wages 45l.: total 50l. per an.: 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Edward Kilmaine, Yeoman [Cart taker]: wages 5l.; board wages 45l.: total 50l. per an.; 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
William Munden, Groom [Cart taker]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 37l. 6s. 8d.: total 40l. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
William Arbor, Groom [Cart taker]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 37l. 6s. 8d.: total 40l. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
Almnery [Almonry]:
Daniel Whitton, Yeoman [of the Almonry]: wages 5l.; board wages 45l.: total 50l. per an.; 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
William Slatter, Groom [of the Almonry]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 37l. 6s. 8d.: total 40l. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
Officers of the Hall.
Charles Parsons, Marshal [of the Hall]: wages 13l. 0s. 8d.; board wages 18l. 5s. 0d.: total 31l. 5s. 8d. per an.; 39l. 2s. 1d. for 1¼ years.
James Moody, John Phillips and William Paul, each as a Daily Waiter [of the Hall]: wages 2l.; board wages 28l.: total 30l. per an.; 37l. 10d. 0d. for 1¼ years in each case.
Provost Marshals:
Sir Phillip Meadows, Knight Marshal: board wages 26l. per an.; 32l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Thomas Bocket, Thomas Grey, Richard Gwatkin, James Jenkins, Edward Watson and Jeffrey Frankland, each as a Provost Marshal: board wages 20l. per an.: 25l. for 1 ¼ years in each case.
Cock and Cryer:
James Langley, Cock and Cryer: board wages 18l. 5s. 0d. per an.; 22l. 16s. 3d. for 1¼ years.
Officers of the Verge.
John Hardesty, Clerk [of the Verge]: wages 6l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 23l. 6s. 8d.: total 30l. per an.; 37l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Robert White, Coroner [of the Verge]: wages 6l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 23l. 6s. 8d.: total 30l. per an.; 37l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Tail Cart-takers:
Thomas Lloyd, Antho. Bruse, Arnold van Beeke and George Clark: wages 2l. 13s. 4d. per an. each; 3l. 6s. 8d. for 1¼ years in each case.
Bread Bearers.
Samuel Lee: wages 2l.; board wages 18l. 17s. 6d.: total 20l. 17s. 6d.; 26l. 1s. 10½ d. for 1¼ years.
Joseph Richard Lee: wages 2l.; board wages 7l. 2s. 6d.: total 9l. 2s. 6d. per an.; 11l. 8s. 1½ d. for 1¼ years.
Wine Porters:
Edmund Brakenbury and Joseph Bardin: wages 2l. per an. each; 2l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years in each case.
Edward Jones, Turncock at Kensington: board wages 25l. per an.; 31l. 5s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Natha[niel] Lloyd, Bellringer at Kensington: board wages 25l. per an.; 31l. 5s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Thomas Traver, cart loader: board wages 20l. per an.; 25l. for 1¼ years.
Jos. White, watchman at St. James's: board wages 37l. 7s. 6d. per an.; 46l. 14s. 4½ d. for 1 ¼ years.
William Emmerson, Park gate keeper at Kensington: board wages 27l. per an.; 33l. 15s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Thomas Hipseley, for cleaning the cisterns: board wages 55l. 12s. 6d. per an.; 69l. 10s. 7½ d. for 1¼ years.
Stipends.
Bakehouse.
Robert Manning, Clerk, [of the Bakehouse]: wages 6l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 73l. 6s. 8d.: total 80l. per an.; 100l. for 1¼ years.
Albert Schouten, Yeoman [of the Bakehouse]: wages 5l.; board wages 35l.: total 40l. per an.: 50l. for 1¼ years.
Cellar:
Adrian van Brakell, Yeoman [of the Cellar]: wages 5l.; board wages 25l. total 30l. per an.; 37l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Chandry [Chandlery]:
Benja[min] Taylor, Yeoman [of the Chandlery]: wages 5l.; board wages 25l.: total 30l. per an.: 37l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Richard Tull, Thomas Pavey and John Mellon, each as a Groom [of the Chandlery]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 27l. 6s. 8d.: total 30l. per an.; 37l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years in each case.
Ewry:
Edward Reddish, Groom [of the Ewry]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 27l. 6s. 8d.: total 30l. per an.; 37l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Ellenor Beecher: board wages 50l. per an.; 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Martha Beecher: board wages 50l. per an.; 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Larder:
William Poole, Serjeant [of the Larder]: wages 11l. 8s. 2d.; board wages 38l. 11s. 10d.: total 50l. per an.; 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Pastrey:
James Shepard, Child [of the Pastrey]: wages 2l.; board wages 33l.: total 35l. per an.; 43l. 15s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Scullery:
John Alsope, Page [of the Scullery]: wages 2l.; board wages 33l.: total 35l. per an.; 43l. 15s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Arnold Goffe, Child [of the Scullery]: wages 2l.; board wages 33l.: total 35l. per an.; 43l. 15s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Wood Yard:
Thomas Beard, Groom [of the Wood Yard]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 27l. 6s. 8d.: total 30l. per an.
Harbinger:
Samuel Hoyte, Yeoman [Harbinger]: wages 5l.; board wages 25l.: total 30l. per an.; 37l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Cart-takers.
Charles Scoresby, Yeoman [Cart-taker]: wages 5l.; board wages 25l.: total 30l. per an; 37l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
John Zevenhoven, Yeoman [Cart-taker]: wages 5l.; board wages 25l.: total 30l. per an.; 37l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Pages of the Bedchamber:
John Sewell, William Watson, Benja[min] Delafountaine, David Harris and James Sells: each for board wages 40l. per an.; total 50l. for 1¼ years.
Greencloth.
John Fox, Esq., late Clerk Comptroller [of the Greencloth]: wages 44l. 6s. 8d.: board wages 155l. 13s. 4d.: total 200l. per an.: 250l. for 1¼ years.
Bakehouse:
Edward Grey, Yeoman [of the Bakehouse]: wages 5l.; board wages 35l.: total 40l. per an.; 50l. for 1¼ years.
Arthur Bedburrough, Conductor [of the Bakehouse]: wages 4l. 11s. 3d.; board wages 9l. 8s. 9d.: total 14l. per an.; 17l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Cellar:
James Frontine, Yeoman [of the Cellar]: wages 5l.; board wages 20l.: total 25l. per an.; 31l. 5s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Phillip Lemmon, Yeoman [of the Cellar]: wages 5l.; board wages 45l.: total 50l. per an.; 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Kitchen:
Henry Smith, Esq., Master Cook: wages 11l. 8s. 2d.; board wages 48l. 11s. 10d.: total 60l. per an.; 60l. for one year to 24 June 1713.
Phillip Simonds, Thomas Cole and James Boyer, each as a scourer: wages 2l.; board wages 28l.: total 30l. per an.; 37l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years in each case.
William Deakins, Edmund Scofeild and Gregory Cranwell, each as a turnbroach: board wages 30l. per an.; 37l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years in each case.
Jo[h]n Hubbard, doorkeeper: board wages 30l. per an.; 37l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Pastrey
Thomas Feild, Groom [of the Pastry]: wages 2l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 15l. 11s. 8d.: total 18l. 5s. 0d. per an.; 22l. 16s. 3d. for 1¼ years.
Scullery:
Robert Bedoe, Child [of the Scullery]: wages 2l.; board wages 13l.: total 15l. per an.; 18l. 15s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Margaret Browne: board wages 6l. per an.; 7l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Poultry:
Phillip Bickerstaffe, Esq., Clerk [of the Poultry]: wages 6l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 23l. 6s. 8d.: total 30l. per an.; 37l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Officers of the Hall:
John Hyte, Surveyor of the Dresser: wages 11l. 8s. 2d.; board wages 8l. 11s. 10d.: total 20l. per an.; 25l. for 1¼ years.
Nicho. Watty, Sewer: wages 13l. 6s. 2d.; board wages 6l. 13s. 10d.: total 20l. per an.; 25l. for 1¼ years.
Thomas Hardin: wages 2l.; board wages 8l.: total 10l. per an.; 12l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Edward Parkes: wages 2l.; board wages 12l.: total 14l. per an.; 17l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Kitchen:
William Watson, Geo. Shaw, Thomas Watts, Stephen Shepard, Henry Watson. Jo[h]n Hybbert and Joseph Lodge, each as a turnbroach: board wages 12l. per an.; 15l. for 1¼ years in each case.
Peter Berry, Chamber keeper to the late Queen [Mary's] waiters: board wages 18l. 5s. 0d. per an.; 22l. 16s. 3d. for 1¼ years.
Som[erset] English, for a bellringer at Hampton Court: board wages 12l. 3s. 4d. per an.; 15l. 4s. 2d. for 1¼ years.
Hester Lovet, necessary woman to the Greencloth: board wages 20l. per an.: 25l. for 1¼ years.
Ann Hickson, necessary woman to the Ladies of the Bedchamber: board wages 20l. per an.; 25l. for 1¼ years.
Henry Lowman, Esq., for the Boys of the Kitchen: 39l. for 1¼ years.
Heneage Fynch, Esq., in lieu of lodgings: board wages 80l. per an.; 100l. for 1¼ years.
Sir John Walter, in lieu of lodgings: board wages 80l. per an.; 100l. for 1¼ years.
Chamber.
Charles, Duke of Shrewsbury, Lord Chamberlain: wages 100l.; board wages 1,100l.: total 1,200l. per an.; 1,500l. for 1¼ years.
Secretaries of State:
William, Earl of Dartmouth: board wages 730l. per an.; 912l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Henry, Lord Bolingbroke: board wages 730l. per an.: 912l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Thomas Cooke, Esq., Vice-Chamberlain: wages 66l. 13s. 4d.; board wages 492l. 15s. 0d.: total 559l. 8s. 4d. per an.; 699l. 5s. 5d. for 1¼ years.
Cup Bearers:
Thomas Boteler, Esq., Robert Russell, Esq., Charles Nicholas Eyre, Esq., and Sir Harbottle Luckyn: each wages 33l. 6s. 8d. per an.; 41l. 13s. 4d. for 1¼ years in each case.
Carvers:
Bernard Grenville, Esq., Jo[h]n Tilburgh, Esq., Casper Frederick Henning, Esq., and Harry Cole, Esq.: each wages 33l. 6s. 8d. per an.; 41l. 13s. 4d. for 1¼ years in each case.
Sewers
John Greene, Esq., John Hodges, Esq., Jo[h]n Lyon, Esq., and Benja[min] Rhodes, Esq.: each wages 33l. 6s. 8d. per an.; 41l. 13s. 4d. for 1¼ years in each case.
Gentlemen Ushers: Daily Waiters:
Sir William Oldys, Black Rod; Fra[nci]s Ashton, Esq.; Jerem[iah] Chaplaine, Esq., and William Saunderson, Esq.: in each case wages 20l.; board wages 130l.: total 150l. per an.; 187l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Gentlemen Ushers: Quarter Waiters:
Henry Godfrey, Esq., Tobias Humphrys, Esq., Leonard Pinkney, Esq., Charles Bressey, Esq., Henry Gardy, Esq., Thomas Hutton, Esq., Fra[nci]s Coxeter, Esq., and Sir Clement Clarke: each wages 10l.; board wages 40l.: total 50l. per an.; 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years in each case.
Sewers of the Chamber:
Richard Savage, Charles Crumpe, Antho. Meeke, William Murray, James Tryon, Wentworth Gurneys, James Grassigneau and Paul Garnier: each wages 11l. 8s. 1d.; board wages 27l. 7s. 6d.: total 38l. 15s. 7d. per an.; 48l. 9s. 5¾d. for 1¼ years in each case.
Pages of the Presence:
Arnold Walwin, Edward Wills, Abraham Kemp and John Evans: each wages 2l.; board wages 23l.: total 25l. per an.; 31l. 5s. 0d. for 1¼ years in each case.
Pages of the Bedchamber
Edward Browne, John Foster, Gilbert Abrahall, Lawrance Saxon, John Smith and Hamnet Kirke: each wages 2l. 13s. 4d.: board wages 77l. 6s. 8d.: total 80l. per an.; 100l. for 1¼ years in each case.
Heneage Fynche, Master of the Jewel Office: board wages 400l. per an.; 500l. for 1¼ years.
Clerks of the Signet:
Sir William Trumbull, John Gauntlet, Esq., William Cooke, Esq., and Joseph Moyle, Esq.: each board wages 30l. per an.; 37l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years in each case.
Clerks of the Privy Seal:
Sir George Pierse, Henry Ludlow, Esq., Thomas Gostling, Esq., George Sawyer, Esq.: board wages 30l. each per an.: total 37l. 10s. 0d. each for 1¼ years to 24 June 1713.
Grey Maynard, Esq., Wardrobe Keeper at St. James's: 8l. 15s. 0d. for 1712 June 24 quarter; 8l. 1s. 0d. for 1712 Dec. 25 quarter; 31l. 10s. 0d. for 1713 Lady day quarter; 16l. 16s. 0d. for 1713 June 24 quarter: total 65l. 2s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Henry Lowman, Housekeeper at Kensington: 39l. 12s. 0d. for 1712 June 24 quarter; 13l. 4s. 0d. for Sept. 29 quarter; 25l. 16s. 0d. for 1713 June 24 quarter: total 78l. 12s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Thomas Hall, Wardrobekeeper at Windsor: 24l. 3s. 0d. for 1712 Sept. 29 quarter; 24l. 3s. 0d. for Xmas quarter: total 48l. 6s. 0d.
Theodore Randue, Esq., Housekeeper at Windsor: 17l. 5s. 0d. for 1712 Sept. 29 quarter; 17l. 5s. 0d. for Xmas quarter: total 34l. 10s. 0d.
Privy Chamber.
Elizabeth, Duchess of Somerset, Groom of the Stole: wages 33l. 6s. 8d.; board wages 966l. 13s. 4d.: total 1,000l. per an.; 1,250l. for 1¼ years.
Gentlemen Ushers
Henry Sandys, Esq., John Anderson, Esq., Sir Edward Lawrence and Brownlow Sherrard, Esq.: each wages 150l.; board wages 50l.: total 200l. per an.; 250l. for 1¼ years in each case.
Grooms:
William Whitmore, Esq., John Bonine, Esq., Robert Hemington, Esq., and Cornelius Tilburgh, Esq.: each wages 20l.; board wages 53l.: total 73l. per an.; 91l. 5s. 0d. for 1¼ years in each case.
Housekeeper at St. James's:
Duke of Beaufort: board wages 80l. per an.; 100l. for 1¼ years: ditto at 8d. per diem; 15l. 4s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Sempstress:
Ann Moor: board wages 150l. per an.; 187l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Starcher:
Mary Felton: board wages 100l. per an.: 125l. for 1¼ years.
Body Laundress:
Eliza[beth] Atkinson: wages 20l.; board wages 219l.: total 219l. per an.; 273l. 15s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Necessary woman:
Mary Fyson, for herself and servants: board wages 90l. per an.; 112l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Chamberkeeper to the Queen's Wayters:
Giles Powell: board wages 18l. 5s. 0d.; 22l. 16s. 3d. for 1¼ years.
Chamberkeeper to the Chaplains.
Thomas Stayers: board wages 18l. 5s. 0d.; 22l. 16s. 3d. for 1¼ years.
Chapel.
Dean of the Chapel:
Henry, Bishop of London: board wages 200l. per an.; 250l. for 1¼ years.
Sub Dean of the Chapel:
Dr. Ralph Battle: wages 11l. 8s. 2d.; board wages 79l. 16s. 11d.: total 91l. 5s. 1d. per an; 109l. 6s. 1d. for 1¼ years.
Organist:
William Crofts: wages 11l. 8s. 2d.; board wages 61l. 11s. 10d.: total 73l. per an.; 91l. 5s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
John Weldon: wages 11l. 8s. 2d.: board wages 61l. 11s. 10d.: total 73l. per an.; 91l. 5s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Composers:
William Crofts: wages 11l. 8s. 2d.; board wages 61l. 11s. 10d.: total 73l. per an.; 91l. 5s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
John Welden: wages 11l. 8s. 2d.; board wages 61l. 11s. 10d.: total 73l. per an.; 91l. 5s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Gentlemen of the Chapel:
Dr. William Turner, Andrew Trebeck, James Hart, Thomas Linacre, John Gostling, Leonard Woodson, Alexa[nder] Damasceene, Samuel Bentham, Daniel Williams, John Church, Thomas Jennings, John Radcliffe, William Washbourne, Richard Elford, Thomas Edwards, John Freeman, Jo[h]n Mason, Bernard Gates, Fra[nci]s Hughes, William Battle, Edward Aspinwall, Geo. Laye, Samuel Wheeley and William Morley: each wages 11l. 8s. 2d.; board wages 61l. 11s. 10d.: total 73l. per an.; 91l. 5s. 0d. for 1¼ years in each case.
Thomas Richardson, a Gentleman of the Chapel, deceased: board wages 73l.: total for the two quarters 1712 Midsummer and Michaelmas quarters 36l. 10s. 0d.
Jo[h]n Shore, lutenist: board wages 41l. 10s. 0d. per an.: total 51l. 17s. 6d. for 1¼ years.
Fra[ncis] Goodsens, for playing on the Bass Viol: board wages 40l. per an.: total 50l. for 1¼ years.
William Crofts, for maintaining and teaching the Children of the Chapel: board wages 320l.: total 400l. for 1¼ years.
Henry Parker, Serjeant of the Vestry: wages 6l. 16s. 10d.; board wages 66l. 3s. 2d.: total 73l. per an.; 91l. 5s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Marmaduke Alford, Yeoman of the Chapel: wages 5l.; board wages 49l. 15s. 0d.: total 54l. 15s. 0d.; 68l. 8s. 9d. for 1¼ years.
Jo[h]n Lenton, Groom of the Vestry: wages 2l.; board wages 49l. 12s. 6d.: total 51l. 12s. 6d. per an.; 64l. 10s. 7½ d. for 1¼ years.
Dr. Younger and Dr. Prat, as Clerk of the Closet: wages 6l. 18s. 0d. per an.: total 8l.12s. 6d. for 1¼ years.
Charles Lucas, Closet Keeper: wages 5l.; board wages 36l. 10s. 0d.: total 41l. 10s. 0d. per an.; 51l. 17s. 6d. for 1¼ years.
Dr. Ralph Battle, Sub-Almoner: wages 6l. 6s. 8d.; board wages 91l. 5s. 0d.: total 97l. 11s. 8d. per an.; 121l. 19s. 7d. for 1¼ years.
Jo[h]n Radcliffe, Confessor: wages 10l.; board wages 26l. 10s. 0d.: total 36l. 10s. 0d. per an.; 45l. 12s. 6d. for 1¼ years.
Mathew Shelley, organ blower: board wages 20l. per an.; 25l. for 1¼ years.
Thomas Brooke, bell ringer: board wages 15l. 4s. 2d. per an.; 19l. 0s. 2½ d. for 1¼ years.
Chapel at Whitehall:
Thomas Chase, Chaplain: wages 10l.; board wages 70l.: total 80l. per an.; 100l. for 1¼ years.
Fra[nci]s Key, Chaplain: wages 10l. per an.; board wages 70l.: total 80l. per an.; 100l. for 1¼ years.
John Richardson, Chapel keeper: wages 5l.; board wages 45l.: total 50l. per an.; 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1¼ years.
Daniel Farmer, Closet keeper: wages 5l.; board wages 45l.: total 50l. per an.; 62l. 10s. 0d. for 1½ years.
Pheasant Keeper:
John Warner: board wages 200l. per an.; 250l. for 1¼ years.
for looking after the buckets:
Martha Worster: board wages 40l. per an.: 50l. for 1¼ years.
for venison warrants:
Jo[h]n Shaw: board wages 20l. per an.; 25l. for 1¼ years.
for china:
John Faveral: 5l. for 1712 June 24 quarter; 5l. for 1713 Lady day quarter: total 10l.
for delivering the venison warrants:
Edward Phillips: board wages 20l. per an.; 25l. for 1¼ years.
for venison fees and disbursements per order:
Jo[h]n Price: 152l. 0s. 2d. for 1712 Sept. 29 quarter; 78l. 10s. 1d. for 1713 Xmas quarter; 114l. 18s. 0d. for 1713 June 24 quarter: total 345l. 8s. 3d.
for fees of hunted deer:
William Lowen: 77l. for 1712 Sept. 29 quarter: total 77l.
for china:
Mich[ael] Hounsleffe: 5l. for 1712 Sept. 29 quarter; 5l. for 1713 June 24 quarter: total 10l.
for china:
John Dissell: 5l. for 1713 Xmas quarter: total 5l.
in lieu of a butt of sack:
Nahum Tate [Poet Laureate]: for 1713 Xmas quarter 30l.; total 30l.
for her Majesty's bounty:
Christiane Frolling: 5l. for 1713 Xmas quarter: total 5l.
given as charity:
Elinor Boss: 5l. for 1713 Xmas quarter: total 5l.
John Davis: 5l. for 1713 Xmas quarter: total 5l.
William Mellege: 5l. for 1713 Xmas quarter: total 5l.
Margaret Pritchard: 5l. for 1713 Xmas quarter: total 5l.
William Davis: 3l. for 1713 Xmas quarter: total 3l.
Thomas Bly: 3l. for 1713 Xmas quarter: total 3l.
Anne Laws: 3l. for 1713 Xmas quarter: total 3l.
James Langley: 3l. for 1713 June 24 quarter: total 3l.
Anne Langley: 5l. for 1713 June 24 quarter: total 5l.
Office of the Gardrob’ [Wardrobe]:
Wages out of Court:
Edmund Dunch, Esq., at 24s. per diem: 96l. for 1712 June 24 quarter: total 96l.
Sir William Poole, at 24s. per diem: 13l. 4s. 0d. for 1712 June 24 quarter; 110l.8s. 0d. 110l. 8s. 0d. 108l. 109l. 4s. 0d. for the four succeeding quarters: total 451l. 4s. 0d.
Sir William Forrester, at 24s. per diem: 109l. 4s. 0d. for 1712 June 24 quarter and 110l. 8s. 0d. 110l. 8s. 0d. 108l. and 109l. 4s. 0d. for the four succeeding quarters: total 547l. 4s. 0d.
Charles Scarburgh, at 24s. per diem: quarterly sums as above: total 547l. 4s. 0d
Charles Godfrey, Esq., at 24s. per diem: quarterly sums as above: total 547l. 4s. 0d.
Sir John Walter, at 24s. per diem: quarterly sums as above: total 547l. 4s. 0d.
John Price: 50l. per an.: total for 1¼ years 62l. 10s. 0d.
Luder Spiesmaker: 50l. per an.: total for 1¼ years 62l. 10s. 0d.
Edward Parsons: 50l. per an.: total for 1¼ years 62l. 10s. 0d.
John Shaw: 50l. per an.: total for 1¼ years 62l. 10s. 0d.
John Sayers: 20l. per an.: total for 1¼ years 25l.
Henry Powell: 20l. per an.: total for 1¼ years 25l.
Stephen Gibson: 20l. per an.; total for 1¼ years 25l.
Edward Davis: 5l. 3s. 6d. per quarter from 1712 June 24: total for 1¼ years 25l. 17s. 8d.
Necessaries:
Samuel, Lord Masham: 40l. per an.: total 50l. for 1¼ years.
John Price: 4l. 11s. 0d., 7l. 12s. 0d., 1l. 2s. 0d., 4l. 10s. 0d., 4l. 11s. 0d. for five quarters from 1712 June 24; total 25l. 6s. 0d.
Luder Spiesmaker: 4l. 11s. 0d. 4l. 12s. 0d. 9l. 18s. 8d. 4l. 10s. 0d. 4l. 11s. 0d. for same five quarters: total 28l. 2s. 8d.
Edward Parsons, for disbursements by order: 9l. 2s. 0d., 9l. 4s. 0d., 83l. 13s. 0d., 9l. , 9l. 2s. 0d. for same five quarters: total 120l. 1s. 0d.
John Shaw: 4l. 11s. 0d., 4l. 12s. 0d., 5l. 18s. 8d. 4l. 10s. 0d., 4l. 11s. 0d. for same five quarters: total 24l. 2s. 8d.
Eliza[beth] Atkinson: 184l. 10s. 0d. per an.: total 230l. 12s. 6d. for same quarters.
Jane Stephens: 12l. 10s. 4d., 7l. 10s. 0d., 7l. 10s. 0d., 7l. 10s. 0d., 7l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters: total 42l. 10s. 4d.
Charles Lucas: 81l. 5s. 0d. per an.: total 101l. 11s. 3d. for same quarters.
Henry Parker: 109l. 2s. 0d. per an.: total 136l. 7s. 6d. for same quarters.
James Taylor: 43l. 3s. 4d. per an.: total 53l. 19s. 2d. for same quarters.
Josias Poulter: 50l. per an.: total 62l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Edward Salter: 20l. per an.: total 25l. for same quarters.
Peter Lavigne: 40l. per an.: total 50l. for same quarters.
Thomas Hopgood: 20l. per an.: total 25l. for same quarters.
Henry Pelham: 20l. per an.: total 25l. for same quarters.
Meredith Loyd: 19l. 6s. 0d. per an.: total 24l. 2s. 6d. for same quarters.
Mary Fyson: 31l. 5s. 0d. per an.: total 39l. 1s. 3d. for same quarters.
Richard Evans: 4l. 11s. 0d., 4l. 12s. 0d., 4l. 12s. 0d., 4l. 10s. 0d., 4l. 11s. 0d.: total 22l. 16s. 0d. for same quarters.
Davenant Sherbourne: 10l. per an.: total 12l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Ann Whealy: 30l. per an.: total 37l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
William Crofts: 56l. per an.: total 70l. for same quarters.
Jane Gunthorpe: 125l. 0s. 7½ d., 195l. 7s. 9d., 197l. 3s. 4½d., 131l. 13s. 4½d., 149l. 1s. 0d.: total 798l. 6s. 1½d. for same quarters.
Charles, Lord Halifax: 50l. for 1712 Xmas quarter.
Eliza[beth] Stephens: 5l. for 1712 Xmas quarter.
George Gunthorpe: 5l. for 1712 Xmas quarter.
Pensions:
Eliza[beth] Fowler: 200l. per an.: total 250l. for five quarters as above.
Helena Deering: 100l. per an.: total 125l. for same quarters.
Mary Rawkins: 80l. per an.: total 100l. for same quarters.
Charlotte Rowe: 80l. per an.: total 100l. for same quarters.
Rachel Hume: 80l. per an.: total 100l. for same quarters.
Arabella Rowe: 70l. per an.: total 87l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Penelope Hume: 70l. per an.: total 87l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Stephen Leimbach: 60l. per an.: total 75l. for same quarters.
Eliza[beth] Clarke: 50l. per an.: total 62l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Eliza[beth] Ball: 50l. per an.: total 62l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Robert Heard: 50l. per an.: total 62l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Thomas Fisher: 40l. per an.: total 50l. for same quarters.
Leonard Woodson: 40l. per an.: total 50l. for same quarters.
Eliza[beth] Thornburgh: 40l. per an.: total 50l. for same quarters.
Thomas Hopgood: 40l. per an.: total 50l. for same quarters.
Dinah Rouple: 40l. per an.: total 50l. for same quarters.
Margaret Lincicombe: 40l. per an.: total 50l. for same quarters.
Ruperte Cony: 40l. per an.: total 50l. for same quarters.
Charles Webb: 40l. per an.: total 50l. for same quarters.
Alice Haberley: 35l. per an.: total 43l. 15s. 0d. for same quarters.
Eliza[beth] Hayes: 30l. per an.: total 37l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Peter Savage: 30l. per an.: total 37l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Pierre L'Orange: 30l. per an.: 37l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Jane Jones: 30l. per an.: total 37l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Margaret Thornburgh: 30l. per an.: total 37l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Dorothy Keyling: 30l. per an.: total 37l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
John Baily: 30l. per an.: total 37l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Martha Dodson: 27l. 7s. 6d. per an.: total 34l. 4s. 4½ d. for same quarters.
James Heymans: 25l. per an.: total 31l. 5s. 0d. for same quarters.
Anne Whitfeild: 25l. per an.: total 31l. 5s. 0d. for same quarters.
Catherine Thompson: 25l. per an.: total 31l. 5s. 0d. for same quarters.
Eliza[beth] Cordell: 20l. per an.: total 25l. for same quarters.
Ann Cordell: 20l. per an.: total 25l. for same quarters.
Elize[beth] Rogier: 20l. per an.: total 25l. for same quarters.
Abraham Castres: 20l. per an.: total 25l. for same quarters.
Jane Castres: 20l. per an.: total 25l. for same quarters.
John Castres: 20l. per an.: total 25l. for same quarters.
Marg[aret] Yorke: 20l. per an.: total 25l. for same quarters.
Eliza[beth] Drew: 20l. per an.: total 25l. for same quarters.
Dorothy Jones: 20l. per an.: total 26l. for same quarters.
Eliza[beth] Murray: 20l. per an.: total 25l. for same quarters.
Eliza[beth] Sampson: 20l. per an.: total 25l. for same quarters.
Rosamund Pritchard: 20l. per an.: total 25l. for same quarters.
Truth Browne: 20l. per an.: total 25l. for same quarters.
Mary Cooper: 20l. per an.: total 25l. for same quarters.
Jane Vandoren: 20l. per an.: total 25l. for same quarters.
Anne Bray: 20l. per an.: total 25l. for same quarters.
Bridget Crooke: 40l. per an.: total 45l. for same quarters.
Eliza[beth] Warren: 20l. per an.: total 25l. for same quarters.
William Warren: 20l. per an.: total 25l. for same quarters.
Joyce Warren, deceased: 20l. per an.: 5l. for 1712 Midsummer quarter.
Anne Cartwright: 18l. 5s. 0d. per an.: total 22l. 16s. 3d. for five quarters as above.
Mary Parsons: 18l. 5s. 0d. per an.: total 22l. 16s. 3d. for same quarters.
Eliza[beth] Voljohn: 18l. 5s. 0d. per an.: total 22l. 16s. 3d. for same quarters.
Edmd. Scofeild: 18l. 5s. 0d. per an.: total 22l. 16s. 3d. for same quarters.
Marg[aret] Blandford: 18l. 5s. 0d. per an.: total 22l. 16s. 3d. for same quarters.
Mary Smith: 18l. 5s. 0d. per an.: total 22l. 16s. 3d. for same quarters.
Windebank Coote: 18l. 5s. 0d. per an.: total 22l. 16s. 3d. for same quarters.
Sarah Harris: 18l. 5s. 0d. per an.: total 22l. 16s. 3d. for same quarters.
Anne Bridges: 18l. 5s. 0d. per an.: total 22l. 16s. 3d. for same quarters.
Mary Bennet: 18l. 5s. 0d. per an.: total 22l. 16s. 3d. for same quarters.
John Rossignol: 18l. 5s. 0d. per an.: total 22l. 16s. 3d. for same quarters.
Mary Whitmore: 18l. 5s. 0d. per an.: total 22l. 16s. 3d. for same quarters.
Thomasin Brand: 18l. 5s. 0d. per an.: total 22l. 16s. 3d. for same quarters.
Catherin Houseden: 18l. 5s. 0d. per an.: total 22l. 16s. 3d. for same quarters.
Isabella Reynolds: 18l. 5s. 0d. per an.: total 22l. 16s. 3d. for same quarters.
Henrietta Maria Shepard: 18l. 5s. 0d. per an.: total 22l. 16s. 3d. for same quarters.
Mary Hutchinson: 15l. per an.; total 18l. 15s. 0d. for same quarters.
James Powell: 15l. per an.: total 18l. 15s. 0d. for same quarters.
Eliza[beth] Bryan: 15l. per an.: total 18l. 15s. 0d. for same quarters.
Martha Warden: 15l. per an.: total 18l. 15s. 0d. for same quarters.
Eliza[beth] Bishop: 13l. 6s. 8d. per an.: total 16l. 13s. 4d. for same quarters.
Catharine Thurman, senr.: 13l. 6s. 8d. per an.: total 16l. 13s. 4d. for same quarters.
Catharine Thurman, junr.: 13l. 6s. 8d. for same quarters.
Mary Thurman: 13l. 6s. 8d. per an.: total 16l. 13s. 4d. for same quarters.
Mary Brock: 12l. per an.: total 15l. for same quarters.
Hannah Elsmore: 12l. per an.: total 15l. for same quarters.
Anne Davis: 12l. per an.: total 15l. for same quarters.
Jane Sampson: 12l. per an.: total 15l. for same quarters.
Joanna Campion: 12l. per an.: total 15l. for same quarters.
Benja[min] Hoolbrooke: 10l. per an.: total 12l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Anne Cabel: 10l. per an.: total 12l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Francis Rose: 10l. per an.: total 12l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
William Rose: 10l. per an.: total 12l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Anne Smith: 10l. per an.: total 12l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Mary Smith: 10l. per an.: total 12l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Eliza[beth] Smith: 10l. per an.: total 12l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Petere Marshall: 10l. per an.: total 12l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Marg[aret] Du Commun: 10l. per an.: total 12l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Peter John Du Commun: 10l. per an.: total 12l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Mary Du Commun: 10l. per an.: total 12l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Jane Martha Du Commun: 10l. per an.: total 12l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
John Lewis Du Commun: 10l. per an.: total 12l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Stables:
Charles, Duke of Somerset, Master of the Horse: 300l. for 1712 June 24 quarter; 52l. 3s. 0d. for Sept. 29 quarter: total 352l. 3s. 0d.
Conyers Darcy and George Feilding, Commissioners [for the Office of Master of the Horse]: 1,200l. per an.: 247l. 17s. 0d. for 1712 Sept. 29 quarter; 300l., 300l. and 300l. for the three succeeding quarters: total 1,147l. 17s. 0d.
Equerries:
George Feilding, Esq., 260l. per an.: total 325l. for five quarters to 1713 June 24.
William Duncombe, Esq.: 300l. per an.: total 375l. for same quarters.
William Breton, Esq.: 300l. per an.: total 375l. for same quarters.
Thomas Panton, Esq.: 300l. per an.: total 375l. for same quarters.
Peter Wentworth, Esq.: 300l. per an.: total 375l. for same quarters.
Henry Foubert, Esq., of the Crown Stables: 256l. per an.: total 320l. for same quarters.
Pages of Honour:
Richard Arundell, Esq.: 156l. per an.: total 195l. for same quarters.
John Mordaunt, Esq.: 156l. per an.: total 195l. for same quarters.
John Hampden, Esq.: 156l. per an.: total 195l. for same quarters.
Thomas Murray, Esq.: 156l. per an.: total 195l. for same quarters.
Conyers D'Arcy, Esq., Gentleman of the Horse: 256l. per an.: total 320l. for same quarters.
Michael Studholme, Esq., Surveyor of the Highways: 82l. per an.: total 102l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Ambrose Norton, Esq., Surveyor of the Stables: 120l. per an.: total 156l. 5s. 0d. for same quarters.
John Bowen, Riding Surveyor: 30l. per an.: total 37l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
George Lampen, Clerk of the Avery: 125l. per an.: total 156l. 5s. 0d. for same quarters.
Michael Studholme, Esq., Clerk of the Stables: 224l. per an.: total 280l. for same quarters.
Robert George, Yeoman Sadler and Storekeeper: 93l. per an.: total 116l. 5s. 0d. for same quarters.
John Rawlins, Squire and Groom Sadler: 76l. per an.: total 95l. for same quarters.
Robert Simcock, Serjeant Farrier: 42l. per an.: total 52l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Francis Snape, Marshal Farrier: 50l. per an.: total 62l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
John Lickford, Yeoman Farrier: 36l. 10s. 0s. per an.: total 45l. 12s. 6d. for same quarters.
Richard Phillips, Coachmaker: 36l. per an.: total 45l. for same quarters.
Luke Sandors, Purveyor: 120l. per an.: total 150l. for same quarters.
Daniel Brisac, Governor to the Pages [of Honour]: 100l. per an.: total 125l. for same quarters.
James Lewis, Mews Keeper: 36l. per an.: total 45l. for same quarters.
Fra[ncis] Sturgis, Stablekeeper at Hampton Court: 36l. per an.: total 45l. for same quarters.
Castleman Smith, Stablekeeper at Kensington: 36l. per an.: total 45l. for same quarters.
Robert Manning, Yeoman of the Carriages: 36l. per an.: total 45l. for same quarters.
Footmen:
William Peach, Henry Skull, Oliver Thomas, Thomas Bernard, Ge[orge] Wilkinson, Hen. Docker, Fra[ncis] Allen, Jo[h]n Bernard, David Morrice, Isaac Tysall, Thomas Hardin, William Nightingall, John Penner, Arthur Sillitoe, Thomas Bickerstaffe and Joseph Edwards: each 53l. per an.: total for each 66l. 5s. 0d. for same quarters.
Coachmen:
James Curtis, Andrew Millam, Thomas Welsh, Edward Brockhurst, James Smedley and Isaac Moss: each 65l. per an.: total for each 81l. 5s. 0d. for same quarters.
Postillions:
John Duppa, Timothy Joynes, Clement Harris, Thomas Wood, Samuel Worth and Richard Whale: each 30l. per an.: total for each 37l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Helpers:
William Beaseley, James Garland, John Riseley, John Skeete, George Fuller and William Brockhurst: each 30l. per an.: total 37l. 10s. 0d. each for same quarters.
Grooms:
Claus Claussen, James Beatham, Thomas Sutton, William Smith, Richard Hayes, Michael Adamson, William Lucas, Richard Waitman, James Roseby and William Nuttin: in each case 59l. per an. for salary and a nag's livery: total in each case 73l. 15s. 0d. for same quarters.
John Peach, Bottle Groom: 36l. per an.: total 45l. for same quarters.
Helpers to the Chaises
Edmund Farrans, Robert Mascall and William Scofield: each 30l. per an.: total 37l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Chairmen:
Simon Till, Phillipp Marshall, Thomas Fernhill and Richard Stanley: each 42l. per an.: total in each case 37l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Nathaniel Bridgewater, Messenger: 15l. per an.: total 18l. 15s. 0d. for same quarters.
David Alexander, Porter at the Mews: 18l. per an.: total 22l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Robert Simcocke, Serjeant Farrier: 31l. 5s. 7½ d., 31l. 12s. 6d., 31l. 12s. 6d., 30l. 18s. 9d., 31l. 5s. 7½ d.: total 156l. 5s. 0d. for same quarters as above.
Francis Snape, Marshal Farrier: 18l. 15s. 4½ d., 18l. 19s. 6d., 18l. 19s. 6d., 11l. 8s. 3d., 18l. 15s. 4½d.: total 94l. 1s. 0d. for same quarters.
Trego[nnell] Frampton, Esq., Supervisor of the Racing Horses at Newmarket: 1,000l. per an.: total 1,250l. for same quarters.
Stipends:
Roger Pope, Esq., deceased: 150l. per an.; 37l. 10s. 0d. for 1712 June 24 quarter and 37l. 10s. 0d. for Sept. 29 quarter: total 75l.
Robert Blunt, Esq.: 156l. per an.: total 195l. for five quarters to 1713 June 24.
Henry Berkeley: 156l. per an.: total 195l. for same quarters.
Robert Dixon, Esq.: 100l. per an.: total 125l. for same quarters.
Thomas Rooper: 60l. per an.: total 75l. for same months.
Simon Corbet, deceased: 24l. per an.: total 24l. for four quarters to 1713 Lady day.
William Eagle: 24l. per an.: total 30l. for five quarters to 1713 June 24.
Edward Wethersby: 20l. per an.: total 25l. for same quarters.
William Wethersby: 20l. per an.: total 25l. for same quarters.
George Mills: 25l. per an.: total 31l. 5s. 0d. for same quarters.
Stephen Crow: 25l. per an.: total 31l. 5s. 0d. for same quarters.
William Kelley: 25l. per an.: total 31l. 5s. 0d. for same quarters.
Richard Holland: 20l. per an. total 25l. for same quarters.
William Boreman: 20l. per an. total 25l. for same quarters.
Richard Chaire, deceased: 18l. per an.: total 13l. 10s. 0d. for three quarters to Xmas 1712.
James D'Grave: 18l. per an.: total 22l. 10s. 0d. for five quarters to Michaelmas 1713.
Thomas Sheppard: 18l. per an.: total 22l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Benja[min] Morret: 18l. per an.: total 22l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Richard Adamson: 18l. per an.: total 22l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Christo[pher] Scott: 18l. per an.: total 22l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Robert Rawlins: 18l. per an.: total 22l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Thomas Boyd: 18l. per an.: total 22l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Geo. Burden: 18l. per an.: total 22l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Robert Frankland: 18l. per an.: total 22l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Thomas Woodcock: 18l. per an.: total 22l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Jo[h]n Clark: 18l. per an.: total 22l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Jo[h]n Dunn: 18l. per an.: total 22l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Henry Caddock: 18l. per an.: total 22l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Ambrose Sheppard: 18l. per an.: total 22l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
William Heyden: 13l. per an.: total 16l. 5s. 0d. for same quarters.
Stephen Sheppard: 9l. per an.: total 11l. 5s. 0d. for same quarters.
Jo[h]n Rice: 9l. per an.: total 11l. 5s. 0d. for same quarters.
William Draper: 9l. per an.: total 11l. 5s. 0d. for same quarters.
William Maddox: 9l. per an.: total 11l. 5s. 0d. for same quarters.
Jane Conrey: 10l. per an.: total 12l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Ann Moss: 18l. per an.: total 22l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Mary Atkinson: 18l. per an.: total 22l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Ann Loyd: 18l. per an.: total 22l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Mary Holt: 18l. per an.: total 22l. 10s. 0d. for same quarters.
Summary [for the debt of the Household].
£ s. d.
Total per an 42, 124 8 11
total due to clear her Majesty's servants for five quarters as above 57, 104 5 7
whereof
Paid upon account. £ s. d.
to Thomas Coke, Esq. 279 14 2
to Tregonnel Frampton 1,250 0 0
to William Crofts 240 0 0
to Nahum Tate 30 0 0
to Richard Elford 54 15 0
to the Duke of Somerset 664 3 10¾
to Daniel Williams 73 0 0
2,591 13
leaving remains to clear £54,512 12
This account is signed by William Forrester.
Cha. Scarburgh.
Jon. Walter.
Cha. Godfrey.
and is countersigned by Lord Masham: with the following note:
Windsor, 2 Nov. 1713.
Memorandum. The above account contains the due in the entire quarters from Lady day 1712. But there is wanting to clear the Household Establishment to that time for wages and board wages about 800l.
T 56/34; , pp. 1–28. Masham.
Sept. 2
[date apparently altered from 1713–14 Feb. 2].
Money warrant for 4,045l. 19s. 10d. to John Williams, gent., agent to her Majesty's printers: and is for paper, printing Acts of Parliament, Proclamations, Forms of Prayer, speeches and other things by them delivered for the service of the two Houses of Parliament from Michaelmas 1711 to Midsummer 1713. Hereof 2,375l. 12s. 0d. is to be satisfied out of 500,000l. Civil List Lottery and the remaining 1,670l. 7s. 10d. out of loans to be made by the said John Williams on credit of her Majesty's tin; but care is to be taken that the said loans “be so drawn as not to carry any interest.” T 56/34, p. 124.
Nov. 11. Same for 55,312l. 12s. 6¼ d. to Samuel, Lord Masham: as imprest and on account of the 500,000l. for Civil List Debts: and is intended to clear the wages, board wages, salaries, stipends and pensions due and payable in his Office of Cofferer of the Household to Midsummer 1713. (William Lowndes to said Lord Masham to pay same according to the list herewith (supra, pp. 495–514) signed by yourself and the Clerks of the Board of Greencloth.) Ibid., p. 1.
Nov. 17. Same for 514l. 17s. 0d. to George Mackenzie, her Majesty's Secretary to the King of Poland: in full of his disbursements and expenses as follows: without account: viz.
£ s. d.
for his journey into Italy, where he was sent express by her Majesty's directions 315 10 0
for his charges in attending the motions of the Polish Court: particularly for his journey to Jaroslov on account of the interview between the Czar and King Augustus 184 7 0
for his attendance on the Electress Dowager of Saxony, pursuant to her Majesty's command 15 0 0
£514 17 0
Ibid., p. 29.
Nov. 19. Letter of direction for 18,752l. 17s. 9½ d. to John Holbech, gentleman, on any unsatisfied order in his name for the service of the Office of Treasurer of the Chamber: as imprest towards payment of wages, salaries and pensions due and payable in that Office for any time in her Majesty's reign at or before Xmas 1712. Ibid., p. 30.
Same for 10,503l. to John, Lord Delawar, Treasurer of the Chamber: on the unsatisfied order in his name for the service of the Chamber: as imprest and upon account for wages, salaries and pensions to her Majesty's servants payable in said Office: and is for half a year from Xmas 1712 to 24 June 1713. Ibid., p. 34.
The above letter is followed by a letter from William Lowndes to said Lord Delawar to pay said 10,503l. to persons in a list attached. This list of names is practically identical with the list under Nov. 27, infra, pp. 516–18, with some variation, and in each case for half a year's salary from 1712 Xmas to 1713 June 24. Ibid., pp. 35–7.
Nov. 20. Money order for 7,500l. to William Smith, Paymaster of the Band of Gentleman Pensioners: for the wages and board wages of said Band (Captain, Lieutenant, Standard Bearer, Clerk of the Cheque, Harbinger and 40 Gentlemen Pensioners of said Band) for 1¼ years to Midsummer 1713. T 56/34; , p. 30.
Nov. 23. Money warrant for 960l. to George Mackenzie for 480 days on his ordinary of 2l. a day from 1 March 1711–12 to 24 June 1713 as her Majesty's Secretary to reside with the King of Poland. Ibid., p. 29.
Nov. 27. William Lowndes to John Holbech, Esq. (appointed to pay the arrears due in the Treasurer of the Chamber's Office at Xmas 1712), to pay as follows out of the 18,752l. 17s. 9¼ d. ordered to you, ut supra, p. 515: and is to be for one year from Xmas 1711 to Xmas 1712, “according to your certificate dated the 6th inst.”: viz.
£ s. d.
John Shore, Serjeant Trumpeter 100 0 0
John Eccles, Master of the Music 200 0 0
twenty-four Musicians and an Instrument Keeper on 40l. per an. each 1,000 0 0
Thomas Herbert, clockmaker, for half a year to Xmas 1712 100 0 0
ditto for same time in lieu of bills 50 0 0
executors of John Hunt, moletaker, for one year to Xmas 1712 8 1 8
Walter Martin, ratkiller 48 3 4
Mich. Woolrich, Cofferbearer 27 7 6
Natha[niel] Bridgwater, ditto 27 7 6
Heneage Finch, Master [of the Jewel Office] 50 0 0
Robert Sedgwick, clerk of said Office 13 6 8
Edward Pauncefort, Yeoman of said Office 106 15 0
Edward Yard, Groom of said Office 105 8 4
ten Grooms of the Chamber, 40l. each 400 0 0
forty Messengers of ditto and two Clerks of the Cheque, 99l. 15s. 0d. each 1,999 10 0
Thomas Archer, Esq., Groom Porter 550 0 0
Cha. Dalton, Esq., Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter Assistant 66 13 4
executors of John, Visct. FitzHardinge, late Treasurer of the Chamber, on his established salary of 314l. 1s. 4d. per an. and patent fee of 153l. 6s. 8d. per an.: from 1712 Lady day to 19 Nov. 1712 342 9
William Vanbrugh, Comptroller [of the Office of the Chamber], for half a year to Xmas 1712 75 0 0
Piercy Kirk, Esq., Housekeeper at Whitehall: for one year 650 0 0
Somerset English, Esq., Under Housekeeper at Hampton Court 320 0 0
Richard Marriot, Esq., Keeper of the Privy Lodgings there 200 0 0
Theodore Randue, Housekeeper of Windsor Castle, for 1712 Xmas quarter 80 0 0
Daniel Child, Keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at Whitehall, for one year to Xmas 1712 200 0 0
Thomas Hall, Keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at Windsor, for three quarters to Xmas 1712 120 0 0
Grey Maynard, Esq., Wardrobe Keeper at St. James's, for one year to Xmas 1712 110 0 0
ditto as Yeoman of the Removing Wardrobe, for same time 230 0 0
Thomas Taylor, eldest Groom of ditto 130 0 0
executors of Cha. Nicho. Eyre, youngest Groom [of ditto] 130 0 0
Kendal Heron, first Page of the Removing Wardrobe 100 0 0
Thomas Williams, second Page of ditto 100 0 0
Charles Lucas, third Page of ditto 100 0 0
Dr. Thomas Lawrence, First Physician 400 0 0
executors of Dr. Martin Lister, late Second Physician: to 2 Feb. 1711–12 on 300l. per an. 32 10 0
Sir David Hamilton, as Third Physician, to 2 Feb. 1711–12 on 250l. per an. 27 1 8
ditto as Second Physician from said date on 300l. per an. 267 10 0
Dr. Jo[h]n Arbuthnot as Fourth Physician to 2 Feb. 1711–12 on 200l. per an. 21 13 4
ditto as Third Physician from said date 222 18 4
Dr. Shadwell, fourth Physician, from 2 Feb. 1711–12 178 6 8
James Chase, one of the Apothecaries to the Person 160 0 0
Daniel Maltus, the other ditto 320 5 0
William Jones, Apothecary to the Household 106 13 4
Ambrose Dickins, Esq., Serjeant Surgeon, and Surgeon to her Majesty's person 396 13 4
William Gardiner, Surgeon to the Household 280 0 0
Sir Jo[h]n Stanley, Secretary to the Household 60 0 0
Thomas Rymer, Historiographer Royal to her Majesty 200 0 0
the Gentlemen of the Chapel Royal in lieu of three deer yearly at 20l. per an. 20 0 0
Alice Blizard, Strewer of Herbs 24 0 0
John Howard, Joyner of the Privy Chamber 19 11 8
John Clothier, Court Drummer 24 0 0
Thomas Churchill, Locksmith 18 5 0
Henry, Lord Paget, Capt. of the Yeomen of the Guard, three quarters to Xmas 1712 750 0 0
Cheverton Charlton, Esq., Lieutenant [of said Yeomen], for same time 375 0 0
Richard Uphill, Ensign [of said Guard], for same time 225 0 0
Francis Clerk, Clerk of the Cheque [to said Guard], for same time 112 10 0
Jo[h]n Biggs (Bigg), Corporal [of said Guard], for same time 112 10 0
John Cappell, Esq., ditto, for same time 112 10 0
Thomas Windham, Esq., ditto, for same time 112 10 0
Horatio Walpole, Esq., late ditto 16 9 8
Hen. Killegrew, present ditto 96 0 4
one hundred Yeomen of the Guard, each 29l. 13s. 5¼ d. for same time on 39l. 11s. 3d. per an. each. 2,967 3 9
eight Yeomen Ushers for same time on 10l. per an. each. 60 0 0
six Yeomen Hangers for same on same 45 0 0
two Yeomen Bedgoers for same on same 15 0 0
one Yeoman [? of the Guard] for same time on 15l. per an. pension 11 5 0
P[arry] Walton, Repairer of all her Majesty's Pictures, on 200l. in lieu of salary and of bills: for one year to Xmas 1712 200 0 0
William Vanhuls, Esq., Clerk of the Wardrobes and Robes, for same time 160 0 0
Hen. Lowman, Housekeeper at Kensington 100 0 0
George, Earl of Cardigan, Master of her Majesty's Buckhounds, “from 27 June 1712 exclusive” 1,152 8 0
Sir William Wyndham, late Master [of the Buckhounds], from 7 June 1711 to 27 June 1712 1,157 9
Duke of St. Albans for the seven Gamekeepers of Berks, Bucks, Richmond, Hampton Court, Cookham and Bray on 30l. per an. each 210 0 0
Edward Brown, Under Keeper at St. James's 60 0 0
Thomas Hutton, Under Housekeeper and Wardrobe Keeper at Somerset House, on 100l. per an. for salary and in lieu of bills 100 0 0
Thomas Baddeley, gardener at Somerset House, for three quarters to Xmas 1712 on 50l. per an. for his salary and in lieu of bills 37 10 0
Thomas Brand, Writer and Embellisher of her Majesty's Letters, for same time on 60l. per an. 45 0 0
£18,752 17
T 56/34, pp. 31–4.
Nov. 30. Money warrant for 3,431l. 5s. 0d. to Charles, Duke of St. Albans, for 2½ years to Midsummer 1713 on his several fees and allowances of 182l. 10s. 0d. per an., 30l. per lunary month, and 800l. per an. as Master of the Hawks to her Majesty. Ibid., p. 38.
Same for 2,500l. to same for same time on his annuity of 1,000l. granted in consideration of a like yearly pension that expired at Michaelmas 1704 and was payable out of the Logwood Duties. Ibid.
Same for 186l. 13s. 4d. to William Jones for 3½ years to 1713 June 24 on his several fees of 40l. and 13l. 6s. 8d. per an. as Apothecary to the Household. Ibid.
Same for 75l. to the Mayor, Bailiff and Burgesses of Berwick on Tweed for three quarters to same date on their allowance towards their disbursements in repairing the bridge built by Charles I. over the Tweed. Ibid., p. 39.
Nov. 30. Same for 75l. 5s. 7½ d. each to the Serjeants at Arms as follows for same time on their fee of 3s. a day each and board wages of 2s. 6d. a day each: viz. Thomas Charnock, Esq., Thomas Wyberg, Esq., Edm. Williamson, Esq., Thomas D'Critz, Esq., Cha. Goodere, Esq., Danl. Gardner, Esq., Joseph Lawson, Esq., Joseph Hall, Esq. Ibid.
Letter of direction for 1,820l. to Cha. Whitworth, Esq., late Ambassador Extraordinary to the Emperor of Russia: on an order dated 1712–13 Feb. 17: and (together with 910l. before issued to him by way of advance) is to satisfy nine months or 273 days 1710–11 Jan. 14 to 1711 Oct. 14 on his ordinary of 10l. a day.
And 4,350l. on a warrant of 1713 Nov. 30: and is for 435 days on the same ordinary as same: to wit from 1711 Oct. 14 to 1712 Dec. 22 (being the day he returned into her Majesty's presence from the said employment, as certified by Secretary Bolingbroke), Ibid., p. 40.
Same for 1,095l. to William Chetwynd, late her Majesty's Resident at Genoa: on an order dated 1712 Aug. 20: and is for 12 months 1709 Dec. 25 to 1710 Dec. 25 on his ordinary of 3l. a day.
And 150l. on a warrant dated 1713 Nov. 30: and is for 59 days on said ordinary, to wit from 1710 Dec. 25 to 1710–11 Feb. 14, when his allowance as Envoy Extraordinary to the Republic of Genoa commences.
And 3,340l. as late Envoy Extraordinary to the Republic of Genoa, on his ordinary of 5l. a day and (with 45l. before issued to him by way of advance) is for 759 days thereon from 1710–11 Feb. 14 to 1712–13 March 13, when he returned into her Majesty's presence from the said employment, as certified by the Earl of Dartmouth, late Secretary of State. Ibid.
Same for 1,375l. to John Chetwynd, late Envoy Extraordinary to the Duke of Savoy: on an order dated 1712 Aug. 20: for nine months 1710 March 25 to Dec. 25 on his ordinary of 5l. a day. Ibid., p. 41.
Same for 4,560l. to same on a warrant dated 30 Nov. 1713 for 912 days on said ordinary, to wit from 1710 Dec. 25 to 1713 June 24 Ibid.
Same for 1,825l. to Dr. Henry Newton, late Envoy Extraordinary to the Great Duke of Tuscany: on an order dated 1712 Aug. 20: for one year 1709 Dec. 25 to 1710 Dec. 25 on his ordinary of 5l. a day. Ibid.
Same for 1,020l. to same (on a warrant dated 1713 Nov. 30) for 204 days on said ordinary, to wit from 1710 Dec. 25 to 1711 July 17, being the day he returned into her Majesty's presence from the said employment as certified by the Earl of Dartmouth. Ibid.
Same for 3,304l. to Charles, Earl of Orrery, late Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary at the Hague: on an order dated 1713 Sept. 18: and is for 413 days on his ordinary of 5l. a day as Envoy and 3l. a day as Plenipotentiary: to wit from 1712 May 10 to 1713 June 27, the day he returned into her Majesty's presence: as certified by Secretary Bolingbroke. T56/34 , p. 41.
Nov. 30. Letter of direction for 1,204l. 18s. 7½ d. to Robert Cole. late her Majesty's Agent and Consul at Algier: upon a warrant dated 30 Nov. 1713: and is for two years and three days on his ordinary of 600l. per an., to wit from 10 Nov. 1710 to 13 Nov. 1712, the day he died: as certified by Secretary Bolingbroke. Ibid.
Same for 1,094l. to Isaac D'Alais, Esq., her Majesty's Secretary at the Court of Hanover: upon a warrant dated 30 Nov. 1713: and is for 547 days 1711 Dec. 25 to 1713 June 24 on his ordinary of 40s. a day. Ibid., p. 42.
Same for 920l. to Abraham Stanyan, Envoy Extraordinary to the Swiss Cantons: upon an order dated 20 Aug. 1713: and is for six months to 1710 Dec. 25 on his ordinary of 5l. a day.
And 4,560l. to same for 912 days 1710 Dec. 25 to 1713 June 24 on the said ordinary.
And 1,365l. on his ordinary of 3l. a day as Plenipotentiary for determining by way of arbitration in conjunction with the Plenipotentiary of the States General certain differences between the House of Austria and the Duke of Savoy: and is (with 273l. before issued by way of advance) for 546 days from 18 Dec. 1711, the day he arrived at Milan to discharge that employment, to 16 June 1713, the day he returned to his station at Berne: as certified by Lord Dartmouth, Ibid.
Same for 1,825l. to Daniel Pultney, Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Denmark: upon an order dated 20 Aug. 1712: and is for 12 months to 25 Dec. 1710 on his ordinary of 5l. a day.
And 4,560l. for 912 days on same allowance from 1710 Dec. 25 to 1713 June 24: upon a warrant dated 30 Nov. 1713. Ibid.
Same for 730l. to Henry Davenant, Esq., late her Majesty's Secretary at Frankfort: upon an order dated 16 April 1712: and is for one year to 25 Dec. 1710 on his ordinary of 40s. a day.
And 1,824l. for 912 days from 1710 Dec. 25 to 1713 June 24 on the same allowance. Ibid.
Same for 2,280l. to William Breton, Envoy Extraordinary to Prussia: upon a warrant dated 30 Nov. 1713: and is (with 455l. issued to him before by way of advance) for 547 days 1711 Dec. 25 (the day he departed out of the presence for the said employment) to 1713 June 24 on his ordinary of 5l. a day. Ibid.
Same for 730l. to James Dayrolle, late her Majesty's Resident at the Hague: upon an order dated 1712 Aug. 20: and is for one year to 1710 Dec. 25 on his ordinary of 40s. a day.
And 1,036l. upon a warrant dated 30 Nov. 1713: and is for 518 days on the same ordinary, viz. from 1710 Dec. 25 to 1712 May 26, the day he returned into the presence from the said employment: as certified by Lord Bolingbroke. Ibid., p. 43.
Same for 730l. to Thomas Le Fever, late her Majesty's Secretary to the Extraordinary Embassy to the King of Portugal: upon an order dated 1712 Aug. 20: and is for 12 months to 1710 Dec. 25 on his ordinary of 40s. a day.
And 474l. upon a warrant dated 30 Nov. 1713: and is for 237 days on the said ordinary from 1710 Dec. 25 to 1711 Aug. 19, the day he returned into the presence from the said employment: as certified by the Earl of Dartmouth. Ibid.
Nov. 30. Same for 402l. to Robert Jackson, Resident at the Court of Sweden: upon an order dated 1712 Aug. 20: and is for 134 days from 13 Aug. 1710 to Dec. 25 on his ordinary of 3l. a day.
And 2,736l. on a warrant dated 30 Nov. 1713: and is for 912 days from 1710 Dec. 25 to 1713 June 24 on the same allowance. Ibid.
Same for 730l. to John Laws, her Majesty's Secretary at Brussels: upon an order dated 1713 Aug. 20: and is for 12 months to 25 Dec. 1710 on his ordinary of 40s. a day.
And 1,824l. on a warrant dated 1713 Nov. 30: and is for 912 days from 25 Dec. 1710 to 1713 June 24 on the said allowance. Ibid.
Same for 442l. to Francis Manning, her Majesty's Secretary to the Republic of the Grisons: upon a warrant dated 30 Nov. 1713: and is for 221 days on his ordinary of 40s. a day: to wit from 1710 Dec. 25 to 1711 Aug. 3, when he had directions signified to him to return home. Ibid.
Same for 950l. to Benjamin Lodington, her Majesty's Agent and Counsul at Tripoly: upon a warrant dated 1713 Nov. 30: and is for 2½ years to 1713 June 24 on his salary or allowance of 380l. per an.
And 380l. upon an order not before satisfied: and is for one year due at 1710 Xmas on the same allowance. Ibid.
Same for 2,565l. to James Scot, Esq., her Majesty's Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Poland: upon a warrant dated 30 Nov. 1713: and is for 513 days on his ordinary of 5l. a day: to wit from 28 Jan. 1711–12 to 1713 June 24. Ibid., p. 44.
Same for 2,372l. to Christian Cole, her Majesty's Secretary at Venice: on a like warrant: and is for 912 days from 25 Dec. 1710 to 24 June 1713 on his ordinary of 40s. a day.
And 548l. upon a former order for 730l. for one year to 1710 Dec. 25 on the same allowance; of which sum 182l. was paid in part. Ibid.
Same for 1,854l. to James Jefferies, whom her Majesty hath sent to reside with the King of Sweden: upon a like warrant: and is for 618 days on his ordinary of 3l. a day; to wit from 15 Oct. 1711 to 24 June 1713. Ibid.
Same for 267l. to James Craggs, late her Majesty's Resident at the Court of Spain: upon a like warrant: and is for 89 days on his ordinary of 3l. a day, to wit from 25 Dec. 1710 to 24 March 1710–11, from which day his allowance as Resident is to cease and that of Envoy to take place, as by the privy seal of 18 Sept. 1708.
And 575l. as late Envoy Extraordinary to the Court of Spain: and is for 115 days on his ordinary of 5l. a day from 1710–11 March 24 to 1711 July 17, the day he was discharged from his employment as Envoy.
And 1,095l. upon a former order not satisfied, as Resident at the said Court, to wit for one year to 1710 Dec. 25 on his ordinary of 3l. a day. T. 56/34, p. 44.
Nov. 30. Letter of direction for 4,380l. to George Delaval, Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Portugal: on a like warrant [of 30 Nov. 1713]: which sum (with 455l. before issued to him by way of advance) is for 967 days on his ordinary of 5l. a day, to wit from 1710 Nov. 1 (the day he departed out of her Majesty's presence for the said employment, as certified by the Earl of Dartmouth) to 24 June 1713.
And 1,527l. as late her Majesty's Plenipotentiary to treat with the King of Portugal and the Emperor of Fez and Morocco &c.: which sum (with 273l. before issued by way of advance) is for 600 days on his ordinary of 3l. a day, to wit from 3 Dec. 1710 to 25 July 1712, “when the Duke of Argyle's powers bore date”: “warrant signed 23 July 1714.” Ibid.
Same for 700l. to Francis Palmes, late her Majesty's Envoy Extraordinary to the Court of Vienna and Turin, as by the privy seal of 1707–8 Jan. 21: and is for 140 days on his ordinary of 5l. a day: to wit from 25 March 1711 to 12 August 1712, “from whence the said allowance was to cease, as appears by certificate signed by the Earl of Dartmouth.” Ibid., p. 45.
Same for 4,380l. to John Molesworth, late Envoy Extraordinary to the Great Duke of Tuscany and Republic of Genoa, as by the privy seal of 1710 May 31: which sum with 455l. before issued by way of advance is for 967 days on his ordinary of 5l. a day, to wit from 1 Nov. 1710 (when he left England) to 24 June 1713, “though he departed out of her Majesty's presence in order to the said employment the 4 June 1710.” Ibid., p. 45. Order Book VIII, p. 416.
Same for 178l. to Henry Watkins, late her Majesty's Secretary to her Majesty's Ambassadors Extraordinary and Plenipotentiaries to the States General of the United Provinces: upon an order dated 7 Aug. 1713: and is for 89 days on his allowance of 40s. a day: to wit from 31 Dec. 1711 to 30 March 1712, the day he left Utrecht and was succeeded in that employment by Mr. Harrison. T 56/34 , p. 45.
Same for 544l. to the executors of William Harrison, deceased, late her Majesty's Secretary to her Embassy for Treaty of a General Peace: upon a royal sign manual of 1713 July 10: which sum with 100l. formerly paid to him is to be reckoned as in full of his ordinary of 40s. a day from 29 March 1712, when he entered on that employment, to 14 Feb. 1712–13, the day on which he died. Ibid.
Same for 150l. to Samuel Thompson, her Majesty's Agent and Consul General at Algiers: upon an order dated 7 May 1713: and is for three months from 21 Feb. 1712–13 to May 21 on the yearly salary or allowance of 600l. Ibid.
Same for 30l. 5s. 5¾ d. to Jasper Perinet Darziliers, late her Majesty's Resident at Geneva, “being so much as the salary or allowance of 130l. per an. doth amount unto by the day from 25 Dec. 1709 (to which time the same was last satisfied) to 20 March following, inclusive, [being] the day on which he died.” Ibid.
Nov. 30. Same for 2,704l. to James Stanhope, late Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Court of Spain: and is for 338 days on his ordinaries of 5l. a day as Envoy and 3l. a day as Plenipotentiary, to wit from 1709 Dec. 25 to 28 Nov. 1710, when he was taken prisoner at Brihuega in Spain, as certified by Mr. Lewis, one of the Secretaries of Mr. Bromley, Secretary of State. Ibid.
Same for 10,557l. 2s. 10d. to John, Duke of Marlborough, late Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary in Holland: upon an order dated 18 March 1711–12: and is for 105 weeks and four days on his ordinary of 100l. a week, to wit from 23 Dec. 1709 to 1 Jan. 1711–12, from which day the said allowance is to determine. Ibid., p. 46.
Same for 1,825l. to William Cadogan, late Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the States General: upon an order dated 1712 Aug. 20: and is for 12 months to 1710 Dec. 25 on his ordinary of 5l. a day. Ibid.
Same for 1,825l. to John Wyche, late Envoy Extraordinary to the Courts of Holstein Gottorp and Mecklenburg and the Hanse Towns: upon an order dated 20 Aug. 1712: and is for 365 days on his ordinary of 5l. a day; to wit to 25 Dec. 1710.
And 4,560l. more upon the same allowance: upon a warrant dated 30 Nov. 1713; to wit from 25 Dec. 1710 to 24 June 1713. Ibid.
Money warrant for 350l. to Sir Clement Cotterel, Master of the Ceremonies: for 1¾ years to 24 June 1713 on his fee or salary of 200l. per an.
And 175l. for same time on his annuity or yearly sum of 100l. in lieu of bills. Ibid., p. 48.
Same for 212l. 18s. 4d. to John Englis, Assistant to the Master of the Ceremonies, for same time on his patent fee or salary of 6s. 8d. a day.
And 175l. for same time on his salary of 100l. per an. as Marshal of the Ceremonies. Ibid.
Same for 2,581l. 2s. 7¼ d. to William, Earl of Dartmouth, in full of his salary of 1,850l. per an. as a Secretary of State: to wit from 1712 Lady day (to which date he was last paid) to 16 Aug. 1713, the day on which he delivered up the seals of his said office.
Hereof 2,312l. 10s. 0d. is to be out of the 500,000l. Lottery and the remaining 268l. 12s. 7¼ d. out of any Civil List moneys in the Receipt. Ibid., p. 50.
Confirmation by Treasurer Oxford of a money order dated 1712 Sept. 10 for 1,850l. to the said Earl of Dartmouth for one year to 1712 Lady day: as above. Ibid., p. 51.
Same by same of a money order of 1712 July for 3,000l. to the said Earl of Dartmouth for secret service. Ibid.
Nov. 30. Money warrant for 217l. 5s. 8½ d. to William, Earl of Dartmouth, on his salary or patent fee of 100l. per an. as Secretary of State: and is for two years and 64 days from 1711 June 14 (the day to which he was last paid) to 1713 Aug. 16 as above. T 56/34, p. 50.
Confirmation by Treasurer Oxford of a money order of 1712 July 9 for 3,000l. to Lord Bolingbroke for secret service; to wit as to the sum of 1,274l. 13s. 0d. remaining still due and unpaid thereon. lbid., p. 51.
Same by same of a money order of 1712 Sept. 10 for 1,850l. to the said Visct. Bolingbroke for one year to 1712 Lady day on his allowance or salary as a Secretary of State. Ibid., p. 52.
Money warrant for 2,312l. 10s. 0d. to the said Visct. Bolingbroke for 1¼ years to 1713 June 24 on the abovesaid allowance. Ibid.
Same for 175l. to the said Visct. Bolingbroke for 1¾ years to 1713 June 24 on his patent fee as a same. Ibid.
Confirmation by Treasurer Oxford of a money order of 1713 April 9 for 162l. 12s. 5¾ d. to the Commissioners for Taxes (Philip Ryley, G. Townesend, Richard Shoreditche, William Walbanke, Justinian Isham and Roger Millart) for a bill of incidents, not detailed, in that service. Ibid., p. 53.
Money warrant for 118l. 10s. 0d. to Sarles Goatly, Esq., late Serjeant at Arms attending the House of Peers, for his pains and disbursements in attending the Speaker of the said House for 237 days from 1711 July 10 to 1713 April 15 at 10s. a day, as certified by Mathew Johnson, Clerk of the Parliament. Ibid.
Same for 150l. to the Mayor &c. of the borough of Lyme Regis for 1½ years to 1713 June 24 on the annuity granted by Charles II for repairing the pier commonly called the Cobb. Ibid., p. 55.
Same for 75l. to the Mayor of Macclesfield for 1½ years to 1713 June 24 on the allowance or stipend of 50l. per an. for a preacher. Ibid., p. 62.
Same for 40l. to the Corporation of Clifton–Dartmouth–Hardness for one year to 1713 June 24 on their perpetuity granted by Henry VII. Ibid., p. 75.
Dec. 3. Same for 192l. 19s. 6d. to William, Visct. Cheyney, for one year and 292 days to 24 June 1713 on his fee of 47l. 4s. 2d. per an. as Clerk of the Pipe (being 84l. 19s. 6d.): and on the allowance of 60l. payable at the Receipt to the Clerk of the Pipe for drawing down and charging the convictions, rents and seizures of Recusants. Ibid., p. 49.
Same for 525l. 19s. 10d. to William, Earl of Dartmouth, late a Principal Secretary of State, “in satisfaction of so much expended by him for her Majesty's secret service when he was a Secretary of State.”
Hereof 82l. 3s. 10d. is to be satisfied out of the 500,000l. Lottery and the remaining 443l. 16s. 0d. out of any other Civil List money in the Exchequer. Ibid.
Dec. 3. Same for 2,120l. 10s. 11½ d. to James, Duke of Montrose, Keeper of her Majesty's Privy Seal in Scotland: and is for one year and 22 days on his allowance of 2,000l. per an. as such: to wit from 1712 Lady day (the time to which he was last paid) to 1713 April 16 (the day on which he was succeeded by James, Duke of Athol, in the said employment). Ibid., p. 54.
Confirmation by Treasurer Oxford of a money warrant of 1712 Aug. 28 for 100l. to Thomas Walker, her Majesty's housekeeper at Newmarket; for half a year to 1711 Lady day on his fee or salary. Ibid.
Money warrant for 450l. to the said Walker for 2¼ years to 1713 June 24 on his said fee or salary. Ibid.
Subscription by Treasurer Oxford for the execution of a money order of 1713 May 4 (3) for 2,000l. to the Duke of Montrose, ut supra, p. 196: and is hereby to be paid out of the 500,000l. for Civil List arrears. Ibid. p. 143.
Dec. 4. Money warrant for 35l. to Charles Killigrew, Esq., Master of the Revels, for 3½ years to 1713 June 24 on his fee or salary of 10l. per an.
And 42l. 11s. 8d. to L'Estrange Symes for same time on his fee or salary of 12l. 3s. 4d. as Comptroller of the Revels, Ibid., p. 56.
[?] Same for 56l. to Thomas Sherlock, Dr. in Divinity, for 1½ years to 1713 June 24 on his fee or salary as Master of the Temple. Ibid.
Dec. 4. Same for 1,750l. to Thomas Lane, Esq., for 3½ years to 1713 June 24 on his annuity of 500l. Ibid., p. 59.
Same for 15l. to Paul Joddrell for 1½ years to 1713 June 24 on his fee of 10l. per an. as Clerk of the House of Commons. Ibid.
Same for 400l. to Sir William Oldes, Gentleman Usher Black Rod, for two years to 1713 June 24 on his allowance of 200l. per an. in lieu of perquisites and allowances released to the Crown. Ibid.
Same for 20l. to Joseph Roberts, Keeper of her Majesty's Water Engine at Windsor, for half a year to 1713 June 24 on his allowance of 40l. per an. for keeping same. Ibid.
Same for 705l. 18s. 0½ d. to the Officers of the Works as follows for 1¾ years to 1713 June 24: viz.
£ s. d.
Sir Christopher Wrenn, Surveyor General, on 45l. 12s. 6d. per an. 79 16 10½
John Vanburgh, Esq., Comptroller (1½ years) on 27l. 7s. 6d. per an. 41 1 3
Benjamin Jackson, Esq., Master Mason, on 18l. 5s. 0d. per an. 31 18 9
John Churchill, Esq., Master Carpenter, on 18l. 5s. 0d. per an. 31 18 9
Charles Dartiquenave, Esq., Paymaster, on 36l. 10s. 0d. per an. 63 17 6
Richard Stacey, Master Bricklayer, on 18l. 5s. 0d. per an. 31 18 9
David Lance, Master Plaisterer, on 18l. 5s. 0d. per an. 31 18 9
Grimlin Gibbons, Carver, on 27l. 7s. 6d. per an. 47 18
Christopher Wren, Esq., Clerk of the Works, on 66l. 13s. 4d. per an. 116 13 4
Thomas Highmore, Esq., Serjeant Painter, on 10l. per an. 17 10 0
John Ireland, Master Glazier, on 19l. 9s. 0d. per an. 34 0 9
John Hopson, Master Joyner, on 52l. 12s. 6d. per an. 92 1 10½
ditto, more as Purveyor on 12l. 3s. 4d. per an. 21 5 10
Joseph Roberts, her Majesty's Plumber at Windsor, on 18l. 5s. 0d. per an. 31 18 9
ditto, as Serjeant Plumber [of the Works], on 18l. 5s. 0d. per an 31 18 9
£705 18
T 56/34, p. 60.
Dec. 4. Money warrant for 11l. 17s. 6d. to the Officers of the Works at Windsor as follows:
£ s. d.
Sir Christopher Wren for half a year to 1713 June 24 on his patent fee of 9l. 2s. 6d. per an. as Comptroller of her Majesty Works at Windsor 4 11 3
John Ball for same time on his patent fee of 14l. 12s. 6d. per an. as Surveyor of the said Works 7 6 3
£11 17 6
Ibid.
Confirmation by Treasurer Oxford of a money order dated 16 Oct. 1713 for 27l. 7s. 6d. to Sir Christopher Wren for three years on his fee as Comptroller of the Works at Windsor. Ibid., p. 61.
Same by same of a money order of same date for 43l. 17s. 6d. to John Ball for three years on his fee as Surveyor of the Works at Windsor. Ibid.
Money warrant for 75l. to John Roose for 1½ years to 1713 June 24 on his fee or salary of 50l. per an. as Chief Engraver of her Majesty's signets, seals, stamps and arms. Ibid., p. 66.
Confirmation by Treasurer Oxford of a money warrant of 1713 April 27 for 160l. to Richard Hill for two years to 1711 Xmas on his salary as Latin Secretary to her Majesty. Ibid.
Money warrant for 120l. to the said Richard Hill for 1½ years to 1713 June 24 on said salary. Ibid.
Dec. 4. Same for 10,000l. to Spencer Compton as imprest for paying arrears of pensions. Ibid., p. 72.
Same for 14,795l. 11s. 7d. to the Duke of Montague, Master of the Great Wardrobe: to satisfy what is due for wages, salaries, liveries, vestures, fees and other annual payments to 24 June 1713 in the Office of the Great Wardrobe. Ibid., p. 74.
Same for 100l. to Henry Portman, Keeper of Hyde Park, for half a year to 1713 June 24 for wages of underkeepers and a gatekeeper and hay and beans for the deer [there]. Ibid., p. 75.
Same for 1,250l. to George, Earl of Northampton, for 1¼ years to 1713 June 24 on a fee or salary of 1,000l. per an. as Constable of the Tower: “from which time the same is to cease in regard the allowance for the said Constable and Chief Governor of the Tower is provided for by the Parliament on the Estimate for the Guards and Garrisons from Midsummer 1713 and is accordingly inserted in that Establishment commencing from that time.” Ibid., p. 84.
Dec. 5. Same for 14,000l. to Anne, Duchess of Monmouth, now Duchess of Buccleuch, for 3½ years to 1713 June 24 on her annuity or yearly pension of 4,000l. out of the Excise. Ibid., p. 56.
Same for 402l. 10s. 0d. to James Chase, Esq., Apothecary in Ordinary to her Majesty's person, for same time on his fee or salary of 115l. per an. Ibid., p. 57.
Same for 300l. to the executors of William Blencowe, gent., lately deceased, for 1½ years to 1713 June 24 for his pains and good services in the art of deciphering: he having departed this life on the 25th August 1712. Ibid.
Same for 416l. 13s. 4d. to Montagu, Earl of Abingdon, for 2½ years to 1713 June 24 on his several fees of 100 marks and 100l. per an, as Warden Chief Justice and Justice in Eyre of all her Majesty's Forests, Chaces, Parks and Warrens on the south side of Trent. Ibid.
Same for 210l. to Jane Browning, relict of Micha Browning, late Commander of the ship Mountjoy of Londonderry; for 3½ years to 1713 June 24 on her pension of 60l. per an. Ibid., p. 58.
Same for 350l. to the heirs of Col. Fairfax for same time on a perpetuity of 100l. granted by Charles II. Ibid.
Same for 440l. to Edward Stables for the Clerks of the House of Commons as follows for their pains and attendance relating to the Act for a General Naturalization and for the losses by them sustained during the continuance of the said Act: viz.
£
Edward Stables and Culverwell Needler, Clerks assistant attending the House of Commons in proportion to the times that each of them served in those stations 100
John Hookes, George Coles, James Courthope and Hicks Burroughs, four underclerkss attending the said House, 50l. each 200
Thomas Smith, housekeeper to the said House of Commons, and the four messengers, two doorkeepers and the person who delivers out the votes and letters to the Members of the said House 110
£440
T 56/34, p. 58.
Dec. 5. Confirmation by Treasurer Oxford of a money order dated 1711–12 Jan. 22 for 6,250l. to Anne, Countess of Abingdon, for 6¼ years from Michaelmas 1705 to Xmas 1711 on her annuity of 1,000l. as a Lady of the Bedchamber: to wit 4,000l. thereof still remaining due, there being only 2,250l. satisfied on the said order. Ibid., p. 61.
Money warrant for 5,250l., being 750l. each to the Commissioners of Trade (Francis, Lord Guilford, Sir Phillip Meadows, John Monckton, Arthur Moore, Sir John Hynde Cotton and Francis Gwyn and Thomas Foley) for three quarters to 1713 June 24 on their 1,000l. per an. salaries. Ibid., p. 62.
Same for 30l. to Joseph Cranmer and Charles Milburne, the two Secondaries in the Office of the Pipe: for 1½ years to 1713 June 24 on their salaries of 10l. per an. each.
In the margin: cancelled, being included in the warrant for the Pipe Officers of date 22 Dec. 1713, infra, p. 539. Ibid.
Confirmation by Treasurer Oxford of a money warrant dated 1711 May 24 for 611l. 10s. 1½ d., being so much as the annuity of 1,200l. to Sir Charles Hedges and Sir Richard Raines, granted for their joint lives, doth amount to, to wit from 24 June 1710 to 27 Dec. following, on which day the said Raines died. Ibid., p. 63.
Money warrant for 202l. 10s. 0d. to the Warden and Lieutenant of Waltham Forest to be distributed by them among the Rangers, Woodward, Keepers and others of said Forest for three quarters to 1713 June 24 on their accustomed fees and allowances: viz.
£ s. d.
the Chief Ranger on 10l. per an. 7 10 0
the Woodward and Keeper of the woods within Chapel Henault Walk on 20l. per an. 15 0 0
ditto, Walthamstow Walk 15 0 0
ditto, Leighton, Walwood and Homefrith Walk 15 0 0
ditto, Woodford Walk 15 0 0
ditto, Loughton Walk 15 0 0
ditto, New Lodge Walk 15 0 0
ditto, Lambourne Walk 15 0 0
ditto, Chingford Walk 15 0 0
ditto, Epping Walk 15 0 0
ditto, East Henault 15 0 0
ditto, West Henault 15 0 0
the four Under Rangers of the said Forest, to be equally distributed amongst them on 40l. per an. 30 0 0
£202 10 0
Ibid.
Dec. 5. Same for 193l. 6s. 8d. to John Cook, Clerk of Foreign Estreats in the Exchequer Court, for two years to 1713 June 23 on the fee of 20l. per an. for keeping the records of Forfeitures of Recusants and carrying same to the Office of the Pipe to be drawn into the Great Roll; 10l. per an. and 33l. 6s. 8d. per an. and 26l. 13s. 4d. per an. and 6l. 13s. 4d. per an. for writing and extracting all fines and amerciaments, whereby her Majesty may be answered same with more expedition. (Warrant duplicated by mistake under Dec. 22 but cancelled.) Ibid., pp. 64, 92.
Same for 1,000l. to the heirs of John, late Duke of Newcastle, for one year to 1713 June 24 on his fee or allowance as by the patent of 15 Aug. 1709 for the making and keeping of a park in Sherwood Forest. Ibid., p. 64.
Same for 100l. to Thomas Hewet for two years to 1713 June 24 on his fee or salary as Surveyor General of Woods on the north side of Trent. Ibid., p. 65.
Same for 100l. to Edward Wilcox, for same on same as same of the woods Trent South. Ibid.
William Lowndes to Spencer Compton to pay (out of 10,000l. imprested to you at the Exchequer towards paying the arrears to 24 June 1713 of the Queen's annual pensions and bounties) 1,500l. to Monsieur Flournois for 1½ years to 1713 June 24 on 1,000l. per an. And my Lord Treasurer desires “that you do not apply any of the moneys which have been imprested to you for the arrears of the said annual sums or bounties to that time without particular significations to be sent you by his Lordship's order from time to time for that purpose” Ibid.
Confirmation by Treasurer Oxford of a money warrant dated 1712–13 Feb. 2 for 600l. to Sir Francis Windham for one year to Xmas 1711 on his pension. Ibid.
Money warrant (dated Dec. 4) for 900l. to same for 1½ years to 1713 June 24 on said pension.
Same for the arrears to 1713 June 24 as follow:
£ s. d.
to the University of Oxford for 1½ years from Xmas 1711 on a perpetuity of 13l. 6s. 8d. for the Lady Margaret Divinity Lecture 20 0 0
on a perpetuity of 10l. for a preacher 15 0 0
to the University of Cambridge on a perpetuity of 10l. for a preacher 15 0 0
on a perpetuity of 10l. granted by Henry VII. 15 0 0
for 2¼ years from Lady day 1711 on a perpetuity of 13l. 6s. 8d. for a Divinity Lecture 30 0 0
to the Masters and Fellows of Emanuel College for 1½ years to 1713 June 24 on their perpetuity of 16l. 13s. 4d. per an. 25 0 0
£120 0 0
Ibid., p. 68.
Dec. 5. Money warrant for 60l. to Dr. Green, Professor of Physic and Reader of the same in Cambridge University, for 1½ years to 1713 June 24 on his fee of 40l. per an. T 56/34 , p. 70.
Confirmation by Treasurer Oxford of two money warrants, one dated 1710–11 Feb. 21 for 50l. for four years to 1710 Xmas to Cambridge University on the perpetuity of 10l. per an. granted by Henry VII; and one dated 1712 Oct. 29 for one year further to 1711 Xmas on same. Ibid., p. 68.
Same of a same dated 1712 Oct. 29 for 1¼ years to 1711 Xmas for 16l. 13s. 4d. to Oxford University on the perpetuity of 13l. 6s. 8d. per an for a Divinity Lecturer founded by the Lady Margaret, Countess of Richmond and Derby. Ibid.
Same of a same dated same for 12l. 4s. 0d. to the Churchwardens of St. Michaels, Cornhill, for one year to Xmas 1711 on the perpetuity for relief of the poor thereof. Ibid., p. 71.
Same of a same dated 1712–13 Feb. 19 for 8l. 6s. 8d. for 1¼ years to 1712 Xmas on the perpetuity of 6l. 13s. 4d. per an. to the Vicar of the Tower. Ibid.
Money warrant for perpetuities, &c., for the poor as follows: viz.
£ s. d.
the Churchwardens, &c, of St. Buttolphs for 1½ years from 1711 Xmas on a perpetuity of 7l. per an. for their poor 10 10 0
ditto of St. John Baptist for same on 7l. 13s. 4d. per an. 11 10 0
ditto of St. Michael, Cornhill, for same on 12l. 4s. 0d. per an. 18 6 0
ditto of St. Magnus, for same on 21l. 4s. 8d. per an. 31 17 0
the Vicar of the Tower for half a year to 1713 June 24 on 6l. 13s. 4d. per an. 3 6 8
the Vicars of Lichfield Cathedral for same time on their perpetuity of 10l. per an. 7 10 0
Dean and Chapter of Lichfield, for same time on their 10l. per an. 5 0 0
schoolmaster of Southwell, Co. Notts., for 1½ years to 1713 June 24 on a same 15 0 0
£102 19 8
Ibid.
Confirmation by Treasurer Oxford of a money warrant of 29 Oct. 1712 for 50l. to Dr. Thomas Hoy, Professor and Reader of Physic in Oxford University, for 1¼ years to 1711 Xmas on his fee or salary of 40l. per an. Ibid., p. 73.
Money warrant for 60l. to same for 1½ years to 1713 June 24 on same. Ibid.
Same for 60l. to Thomas Boucher, Dr. of Civil Law and Professor of the same in said University; for 1½ years to 1713 June 24 on his like fee. Ibid.
Dec. 5. Same for 60l. to Thomas Ayloffe, Dr. of Laws and Reader of same in the University of Cambridge; for same time on the like fee. Ibid.
Same for 294l. 5s. 0d. to Malachy Thurston, Knight Harbinger, for 1½ years to 1713 June 24 on his fees of 20 marks per an. and 10s. a day. Ibid., p. 80.
Dec. 9. William Lowndes to Spencer Compton to pay (out of 10,000l. imprested for the Queen's pension arrears) 400l. to the Countess Dowager of Dalhousie for two years to 1713 June 24 on her pension: as by your certificate of Oct. 21 last. Ibid., p. 66.
Money warrant for 700l. to Dr. Richard Bentley for 3½ years to 1713 June 24 on his fee or salary as Library Keeper to her Majesty. Ibid., p. 67.
Dec. 10. Same for 3,040l. 1s. 11d. to the Duke of Buckingham and Normandy for two years and ten days from 14 June 1711 to 24 June 1713 on his allowance of 1,500l. per an. as President of the Privy Council. (Money order dated Dec. 14.) Ibid., p. 70.
Same for the Officers at Arms for three quarters to 24 June 1713, viz.
£
Sir Henry St. George, Garter King at Arms 75
Jo[h]n Vanbrugh, Clarencieux King at Arms 30
Peter Le Neve, Norroy King at Arms 30
Charles Mawson, Chester Herald 20
Peers Mawdit, Windsor Herald 20
Samuel Stebbing, Somerset Herald 20
Laurence Cromp, York Herald 20
John Hare, Richmond Herald 20
John Gibbon, Bluemantle Pursuivant 15
Dudley Down, Rouge Dragon Pursuivant 15
John Hesket, Portcullis Pursuivant 15
John Bound, Rouge Croix Pursuivant 15
£295
Ibid., p. 72.
Same for 66l. 1s. 8d. to Thomas Chaplyn, Keeper of her Majesty's Tennis Courts, for half a year at June 24 last on his fee of 8d. a day and fee or salary of 120l. per an.: to be paid out of the 500,000l. for Civil List arrears. Ibid., p. 147.
Dec. 11. Same for 48l. 5s. 4d. to Michael Studholme, Keeper of her Majesty's Roads, 18l. 2s. 0d. thereof for half a year to 1713 June 24 on his patent fee of 2s. a day and 30l. 3s. 4d. for same time on his allowance for travelling charges. Ibid., p. 70.
Same for 2,841l. 13s. 4d. to Montagu, Earl of Abingdon, Warden Chief Justice and Justice in Eyre, for so much as the 1,033l. 6s. 8d. granted to him by the privy seal of the 10th inst. as an addition to his salary of 100l. and 100 marks would have amounted to from 1710 Xmas to Michaelmas 1713 if reckoned to commence with his said salaries of 100l. and 100 marks. Hereof 2,583l. 6s. 8d. is to be paid out of 500,000l. Civil List Lottery and 258l. 6s. 8d. out of any other [Civil List] money. T 56/34; , p. 74.
Dec. 12. William Lowndes to Spencer Compton to pay 312l. 10s. 0d. to Henry Foubert for 1¼ years to 1713 June 24 on his pension of 250l; . Ibid., p. 67.
Money warrant for 350l. to the executrix of Rachel Windham, late daughter of Dame Ann Windham: for 1¾ years to 1712 Sept. 29 as in full of all due at her decease on her pension of 200l. per an. Ibid., p. 69.
Same for 500l. to Frances, daughter of said Dame Ann Windham, for 2½ years to 1713 June 24 on her pension of 200l. per an. Ibid.
William Lowndes to Spencer Compton to pay as follows according to a certificate signed by Mr. Edward Godfrey dated Oct. 21 last of the sums remaining unpaid at June 24 last to the ministers and others belonging to the Dutch Chapel at St. James's to clear the respective allowances appointed to them by her Majesty: viz.
French Chapel
£ s. d.
John Menard, minister for 1½ years. 252 18 0
Peter Rival, minister, for same time 240 0 0
Philip Menard, minister, for same time 240 0 0
John Majou, Reader, for same time 60 0 0
Frederick Furton, porter and sexton to both the French and Dutch Chapels, for same time 22 10 0
£815 8 0
Dutch Chapel
£ s. d.
Bernard Hoefnagle, Minister, for half a year 90 6 0
John Peter Nucila, minister, for 1½ years 240 0 0
Peter Sebastian Vander Eick, Reader, for half a year 15 0 0
[sic] £345 0 0
Ibid.
Dec. 13. Same to same to pay 1,241l. to Christopher Desborow due and unpaid on a warrant dated 27 June 1712. Ibid., p. 118.
Dec. 16. Money warrant for 1,419l. 3s. 6½ d. to the executors of the Duke of Queensberry and Dover for 280 days, 1710 Sept. 29 to 1711 July 6 (the day of his death), on his allowance of 1,850l. per an. as a Principal Secretary of State.
76l. 14s. 2¾ d. for same time on his patent fee of 100l. per an. as same: both sums to be paid out of the 500,000l. for Civil List arrears. Ibid., p. 145.
Dec. 17. Same for 1,000l. to the heirs of the late Duke of Newcastle for one year to 1712 June 24 on the fee for the park in Sherwood Forest. Ibid., p. 64.
Same for 750l. to the executors of John, late Duke of Newcastle, for three quarters to 1711 June 24 on his 1,000l. per an. for making and keeping the park in Sherwood Forest: he having departed this life on or about 15 July 1711. Ibid., p. 76.
William Lowndes to the Duke of Montague, Master of the Great Wardrobe, to pay arrears of wages in the Great Wardrobe, as follows to 1713 June 24: viz.
£ s. d.
Nathaniel Witham, Serjeant Skinner 36 13 4
John Sargeant, running porter 74 17 0
William Holmes, messenger 61 5 0
Matthew Burnet, porter 15 0 0
Katherine Port, housemaid 15 15 0
John Elrington, storekeeper 189 3 4
85l. 8s. 0d. each to John Vanderbang, yeoman Arras worker, and the following Arras workers, viz., John Uphallfens, Claude Roi, David Demaid, John Perry, John Hall, Gilbert Abrahall, William Sargeant, George Bielbeau, John Elrington, Joseph Dryden, John Brathwaite, William Portall, Andrew Merchant, Richard Whitaker, Joseph White, and 21l. to Samuel Colson 1211 2 0
56l. 18s. 8d. each to 19 tailors as follows, viz., William Dixon, William Bridger, Samuel Orme, Thomas Burton, Charles Gilford, John Evans, Edward Bird, Anthony Reilhan, Thomas Elrington, Fran[cis] Elrington, Matthew Spink, Lewis Dupre, John Maxfeild, Mark Antonie, Peter Marguerit, Peter Merchant, Robert Witham, Philip Knightsbridge, George Barton, and 51l. 13s. 4d. each to Joseph Burgeios and James Long 1256 4 8
£2,866 0 4
Ibid., p. 76.
Same to same to pay arrears of salary due in said Office at 1713 June 24 as follows:
£
yourself [the Duke of Montague] as Master of the Great Wardrobe 3,500
Thomas Dummer, Deputy 350
Edmund Dummer, clerk 525
£4,375
Ibid., p. 77.
Same to same to pay arrears of vestures due in said Office as follows to same time:
£ s. d.
yourself [Duke of Montagu] on your patent fee 400 0 0
Edmund Dummer, ditto 70 12 6
Thomas Dummer, Yeoman Taylor and Portitor 79 10 2
Edward Harley, Auditor of Imprests and Arthur Maynwaring, late ditto 319 13 4
Nathaniel Witham, Serjeant Skinner, on his fee of 2s. 6d. a day 136 6 0
Battilage 10 0 0
a Baron of the Exchequer 14 15 0
Thomas Dummer, Deputy [to the Master of the Great Wardrobe] travelling expenses 175 0 0
John Vanderbang, house rent for Arras Workers’ and tailors’ office 100 0 0
William Van Huls for travelling, pains and expenses and for drawing warrants and for a cabinet 94 10 0
William Holmes, rent for the Office of the Great Wardrobe 375 0 0
£1,775 7 0
T 56/34, p. 77.
Dec. 17. Money warrant for 1,000l. to the four Clerks of the Privy Council (William Blathwaite, John Povey, Edward Southwell and Sir Christopher Musgrave) being 250l. each for one year to 1713 June 24 on their salaries. Ibid., p. 80.
Same for 400l. to same for same year on their allowance for attending the dispatch of Trade and Plantation business at the Privy Council. Ibid.
Same for 375l. to Henry Lowman and Mary his wife for 1¼ years to 1713 June 24 on their fee or salary as Housekeeper and Wardrobekeeper of Kensington Palace. Ibid.
Confirmation by Treasurer Oxford of a money warrant dated 1713 Aug. 6 for 391l. 13s. 4d. to Malachy Thurston for two years to 1711 Xmas on his fees of 20 marks per an. and 10s. a day as Knight Harbinger. Ibid.
Same of a money order of 1713 Nov. 6 for 210l. 10s. 6¼ d. to the executors of Sir Salathiel Lovell, late a Baron of the Exchequer Court, on his salary or allowance of 1,000l. per an., to wit from the last day of Hilary term 1712 to 3 May 1713, the day he died. Ibid., p. 81.
William Lowndes to the Duke of Montagu, Master of the Great Wardrobe, to pay 801 l. 9s. 8d. for arrears of Vestures owing in the Great Wardrobe incurred before 1713 June 24, viz.
£ s. d.
John Smith, late Chancellor of the Exchequer 13 13 4
Robert Harley, same 34 13 4
Robert Benson (now Lord Bingly), same 69 6 8
executors of the late Earl of Godolphin, late Lord Treasurer 186 13 4
Earl of Oxford, Lord Treasurer 113 6 8
Sir William Simpson, baron of the Exchequer 43 10 0
Lord Fanshaw, Queen's Remembrancer 23 3 4
Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer 16 0 0
the Clerk of the Crown 11 7 6
Edward Harley, Auditor of Imprests 30 6 0
Arthur Maynwaring, late ditto 15 3 0
the late and present Chamberlains of the Exchequer 129 6 2
the Master of the Great Wardrobe 51 16 0
Lord Halifax, Auditor of the Receipt 9 6 0
Henry Pelham, Clerk of the Pells 21 12 0
Edmund Dummer, Esq., Clerk of the Great Wardrobe 10 13 0
Thomas Dummer, Yeoman Taylor and Portitor 13 0 0
John Elrington, a clerk in the Great Wardrobe 4 6 8
George Hutchinson, ditto 4 6 8
£801 9 8
Ibid., p. 85.
Dec. 17. Same to same to pay 4,977l. 14s. 7d. for arrears of Liveries in the Great Wardrobe incurred at or before 24 June 1713 as follows:
£ s. d.
William Holmes, messenger 12 1 6
Matthew Burnell, porter 6 11 0
John Sargeant, running porter 18 2 3
John Platt, Yeoman of the Leash 15 12 0
Edward Harrison, child of the Leash 72 4 0
William Wekett, messenger of the Exchequer 3 12 0
Joseph Richards, ditto 3 12 0
Samuel Clark, ditto 3 12 0
John Barrett, ditto 3 12 0
Grinlin Gibbons, master carver 24 0 0
Richard Stacey, master bricklayer 15 10 0
John Vanbrugh, Comptroller of the Works 25 8 0
Benjamin Jackson, master mason 6 6 0
Edmund Dummer, Esq., Clerk of the Great Wardrobe 92 19 0
Joseph Roberts, Serjeant plumber 10 0 0
Sir Christopher Wren, Surveyor General of the Works 38 7 6
John Churchill, Master Carpenter 15 10 0
David Lance, Master Plaisterer 15 10 0
Philip Harris, Locksmith 17 0 0
Josiah Kay and Thomas Churchill, ditto 25 10 0
Charles Hopson, Master Joiner 48 7 6
William Whitmore, Groom of the Privy Chamber 120 1 6
Robert Hemington, John Boning, Cornelius Tilbury, same, each 120l. 1s. 6d. 360 4 6
Adam Lisney, James Cook, Edward Cooper, Henry Waters, Joseph Lindsey, Thomas Martin, Griffith Evans, Robert Jenkinson, Robert Burrell: each 4l. as Grooms of the Great Chamber and John Stone 6l. as same 38 0 0
William Van Huls, Esq., Clerk of the Robes 120 0 0
Edward Brown, Page of the Backstairs, John Foster, Gilbert Abrahall, Lawr[ence] Saxon, Hamnet Kirke, John Smith, each 163l. 17s. 2d. as Pages of the Backstairs 983 3 0
Edward Wills, John Evans, Arnold Wallwyn, Abraham Kemp, Pages of the Presence, 4l. each except Wallwyn 1l. 13 0 0
John Eccles, Master of her Majesty's Musicians 48 7 6
John Ridgeley, Gilbert Abrahall, Robert King, Alexander De la Tour, Henry Eccles, John Lenton, Henry Heale, John Banister, Solomon Eccles, Charles Smith, Charles Jones, Francis Jones, Richard Bradley, senr., William Gorton, James Kremberg, John Shore, Edmond Flower, Charles Hooten, Thomas Smith, William Wells, Robert Cox, Thomas Roberts, Christian Stiffkins, Richard Bradley, junr., 48l. 7s. 6d. each as musicians 919 16 0
Elizabeth Atkinson, Mistress Laundress 41 4 0
Rachel Thomas, Yeoman of the Robes 240 0 0
Charles Hodges, Groom of the Robes 120 0 0
John Felton, waiter of the Robes 80 0 0
Henry Pigott, ditto 80 0 0
John Faverell, Master Cook to the Queen 120 1 6
Michael Hounsleff, ditto 120 1 6
Emanuel Hicks, Master Cook to the Household 27 16 0
Duke of Shrewsbury, Lord Chamberlain 267 4 0
Duke of Montagu, Master of the Great Wardrobe 320 0 0
John Elrington, a clerk in the Office of the Wardrobe 15 6 8
George Hutchinson, a ditto 30 13 4
Thomas Roberts, Joyner to the said Office 24 0 0
Nathaniel Witham, Serjeant Skinner 17 1 4
William Johnson, copper maker 51 0 0
Stephen Toulouze, embroiderer 102 3 0
£4,977 14 7
T 56/34, pp. 86–8
Dec. 17. Money warrant for 1,010l. to the executors of the Duke of Newcastle for 1710 Dec. 25 to 1712 July 15 (the day of his death) on his allowance of 4l. a day in lieu of diet and on his fee of 20s. a day as Keeper of her Majesty's privy seal. Ibid., 94.
Same for 210l. to Thomas, Viscount Weymouth, Constable of the Forest of Dean, Co. Gloucester, to be paid over to the Conservator or Supervisor and the six Keepers there for one year to 1713 June 24, viz., 100l. to the Conservator of Supervisor; 110l. to the said Keepers for preserving young trees and repairing the enclosures: viz., 80l. to be divided equally and 30l. to be divided according to the quantity of enclosures. Ibid., p. 105.
William Lowndes to Spencer Compton to pay as follows out of the 10,000l. lately imprested to you: viz., according to the list certified by Edward Godfrey dated Oct. 21 last: and is to clear the annual sums or bounties as follows to 1713 June 24:
£ s. d.
the poor of Windsor for half a year 50 0 0
the Vicar of Old Windsor for 1½ years 37 10 0
the Rector of Hampton for 1½ years 75 0 0
ditto on 31l. 1s. 8d. per an. in lieu of tythes: for same time 46 12 6
ditto on 5l. per an. in lieu of tythes: for same time 7 10 0
the poor of Hampton for same time 75 0 0
the poor of St. Margaret, Westminister, for half a year 50 0 0
the poor of St. Martin's for 1½ years 150 0 0
the poor of St. James's for same time 75 0 0
a minister in New England for same time 150 0 0
the poor of Kensington for same time 37 10 0
a minister at the Hague for 1¾ years 52 10 0
a minister at Kensington for 1½ years 30 0 0
Windsor school for half a year 15 0 0
Kensington school for 1½ years 45 0 0
Dean, &c., of Windsor for 2¼ years 1 8 6
Newmarket school for 1½ years 75 0 0
the minister of Wapping for a quarter 10 0 0
the Minister of Albany in New York for 1½ years 75 0 0
the Corporation of Windsor for 1½ years 30 0 0
Benjamin Power, schoolmaster of Wapping, for same time 30 0 0
Mr. Thomas Dawson, Minister of Windsor, for same time 8 5 9
£1,126 6 9
Ibid., p. 107.
Dec. 18. Money warrant for 8,606l. 9s. 3¼ d. to Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the Works, towards discharging the debts incurred in the Office of the Works for any time in her Majesty's reign before 1713 June 30. Ibid., p. 81.
William Lowndes to the said Dartiquenave to pay the said sum as follows: viz.
£ s. d.
Sir Christopher Wrenn, Surveyor, 30 June 1710 to 30 June 1713 1,049 4 2
John Vanburgh, late Comptroller 30 June 1710 to 16 April 1713 709 9 0
Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster (with 778l. 17s. 5¾ d. of money in your hands wherewith you are chargeable) to complete 1,211l. 5s. 10d. for three years to 30 June 1713 432 8
Benjamin Jackson, Master Mason: same time 562 16 10
John Churchill, Master Carpenter: same time 570 12 4
Christopher Wren Esq., Clerk Engrosser: same time 146 4 6
John Hopson, Master Joyner and Purveyor: same time 321 17 9
Richard Stacey, Master Joyner and Purveyor: same time 100 6 0
David Lance, Master Plaisterer: same time 100 6 0
the executors of Josiah Kaye, late Master Smith from 30 June 1710 to 31 July 1711 22 16 0
Thomas Robinson, Master Smith from 31 July 1711 to 30 June 1713 52 8 6
Thomas Rotherham, clerk of the works at the Tower and Denmark House: 30 June 1710 to 30 June 1713 242 8 0
Leonard Gammon, Clerk of the Works at Whitehall, St. James's and Westminster, same time 314 0 4
Thomas Bateman, Clerk of the Works at Winchester: same time 170 3 3
Francis Buckle, Clerk of the Works at Newmarket: same time 262 11 7
John Bull, Clerk of the Works at Hampton Court 576 18 9
Nicholas Hawksmore, Clerk of the Works at Kensington: same time 733 19 11
an allowance for paper: same time 66 16 6
Richard Neagle, assistant to the Clerk of the Works at Whitehall: same time 230 10 6
an allowance for the Officers’ dinners: same time 66 0 0
Charles Haughton, Clerk Itinerant: same time 164 5 0
William Deeplowe, Clerk to the Office: same time 255 0 0
Leonard Woodeson, ditto: same time 207 12 0
Charles Browne, ditto: same time 135 4 0
Thomas Kynaston, ditto: same time 129 10 0
Robert Bedoe, sweeper at Whitehall: same time 279 2 6
Edward Brown, underkeeper at St. James's: same time 4 2 6
Somerset English, ditto at Hampton Court: same time 12 7 6
executors of John, Lord FitzHardinge, late Keeper of the Mall: from 30 June 1710 to Xmas 1712 225 0 0
Thomas Hutton, Storekeeper at Denmark House 30 June 1710 to 30 June 1713 4 2 6
Richard Marriott, Keeper of the Private Lodging at Hampton Court 4 2 6
Henry Powell, under housekeeper at Kensington: same time 4 2 6
the officers of the Removing Wardrobe: same time 30 0 0
the Auditors of Imprests: same time 420 0 0
£8,606 9
T 56/34, pp. 82–3.
Dec. 19. Money warrant for 185l. 5s. 0d. to the Treasurer of Christ's Hospital for half a year to 1713 June 30 on the annuity granted to the City of London for support of the children of that foundation. Ibid., p. 84.
Same for 75l. to Sir David Nairn for one quarter from 1712–3 Feb. 1 on his allowance and salary as Secretary to the Order of the Thistle. Ibid.
Dec. 21. Same for 525l. to John Raymond, Esq., for 3½ years to 1713 June 24 on his salary of 150l. per an. as Attorney General of New York. Ibid.
Dec. 22. Same for 86l. 11s. 6d. to the executors of Sir David Mitchell, late Gentleman Usher Black Rod for 158 days 1710 Dec. 25 to 1711 June 1, the day of his death, on his allowance of 200l. per an. in lieu of perquisites. Ibid., p. 89.
Same for 228l. to George, Duke of Northumberland, for 1¼ years to 1713 June 24 on his fee of 10s. a day as Governor and Captain of Windsor Castle. Ibid., p. 90.
Same for 322l. 10s. 0d. to Sir Edward Northey, Attorney General, for three years from 13 May 1710 to 20 Oct. 1713 on the usual fee or allowance of 100 guineas per an. for service and attendance on the Commissioners for Trade and Plantations and in making reports on matters referred [to him] by them. Ibid.
Same for 322l. 10s. 0d. to Sir Robert Raymond for three years from 13 May 1710 to 13 May 1713 on the like fee for the like service. Ibid.
Same for 46l. to the Clerks in the Queen's Remembrancer's Office for six years to Lady day 1713 on their fee or salary of 15l. 6s. 8d. per an. payable to them every second year.
44l. to the First and Second Secondaries in said Office for so much due to them between 1707 June 24 and 1713 June 24 respectively for the time they served. Ibid., p. 91.
Same for sums to the Officers of the Pipe as follows: viz.
£ s. d.
John Pottenger, Comptroller of the Pipe, for half a year to 1713 June 24 on his fee or salary of 40l. per an. 20 0 0
the clerks in the Pipe Office for four years from 1708 Easter to 1712 Easter on their salary of 9l. 3s. 4d. payable to them every second year 18 6 8
Charles Milbourn, Esq., one of the Secondaries of the Pipe Office, for 1½ years to 1713 June 24 on his fee or salary of 10l. per an. 15 0 0
Joseph Cranmer, Esq., “another,” for same time on the like fee or salary, see p. 528 supra, under date Dec. 5 15 0 0
£68 6 8
Ibid.
Dec. 22. Money warrant for 32l. 1s. 0½ d. to Leonard Tompson, Esq., Treasurer's Remembrancer in the Exchequer Court for half a year to 1713 June 24 on his salary of 64l. 2s. 1d. per an. T 56/34, p. 91.
Same for 154l. 13s. 4d. to the Secondaries et al. in the Treasurer's Remembrancer's Office as follows: viz.
£ s. d.
the clerks in said Office for two years from Easter 1710 to Easter 1712 on their yearly fee or salary of 22l. 10s. 0d. payable to them every second year 22 10 0
John Tayleur, Esq., First Secondary in said Office, for 3¼ years to 1713 June 24 on his fee of 5l. per an. 16 5 0
Charles Batteley, Second Secondary there, for same time on his fee of 4l. per an. 13 0 0
same, on his fee of 26l. 13s. 4d. per an. for same time for his pains and charges in the execution of all the Originals transcribed out of the Court of Chancery into the Exchequer 86 13 4
Thomas Marriott, Clerk of the Pleas in the Court of Exchequer, for same time on his fee of 5l. per an. 16 5 0
£154 13 4
Ibid., p. 93.
Dec. 23. Letter of direction by Treasurer Oxford to the Auditor of the Receipt [wrongly entered as a warrant to Spencer Compton] to pay 40,000l. to Spencer Compton (on the unsatisfied order in his name as late Paymaster of the Queen's annual pensions and bounties) to be as imprest for paying said pensions, &c., due at any time in her Majesty's reign at or before 1713 June 24. Ibid., p. 94.
Dec. 24. William Lowndes to Spencer Compton to pay arrears of pensions and bounties due at or before 1713 June 24 as follows: out of the above 40,000l.: “which appear to be due by an account signed by Mr. Edwd. Godfrey”: viz.
£ s. d.
Sigfried de Plessen, Esq., ten quarters on 400l. per an. 1,000 0 0
John Geo. Hugk, Esq., ditto on 600l. per an. 1,500 0 0
Thomas Maul, Esq., ditto on 400l. per an. 1,000 0 0
Nicholas Gutsmer, six quarters on 40l. per an. 60 0 0
Peter la Roche, ditto on 140l. per an. 210 0 0
Daniel Croharre, ditto on 110l. per an. 165 0 0
Samuel Nash, ditto on 80l. per an. 120 0 0
John Custis, one quarter on 80l. per an. 20 0 0
Carsten Buckholt, six quarters on 140l. per an. 210 0 0
Mathew Barrow, ditto on 50l. per an. 75 0 0
Cha. Lucas, ditto on 40l. per an. 60 0 0
Tho. Beverley, Esq., ten quarters on 150l. per an. 375 0 0
John Layng, ditto on ditto 375 0 0
John Chamberlayne, ditto on 100l. per an. 250 0 0
Richard Steele, five quarters on 100l. per an. 125 0 0
Michael Kincaid, Esq., ditto on 100l. per an. 125 0 0
Tho. Hapgood, six quarters on 60l. per an. 90 0 0
Eliza[beth] Towers, ditto on 46l. per an. 69 0 0
Peter Wentworth, five quarters on 300l. per an. 375 0 0
Hen. Durell, Esq., and widow, nine quarters on 300l. per an. 675 0 0
Benja[min] Mildmay, Esq., ten quarters on 300l. per an. 750 0 0
Henry Hawley, Esq., ditto on ditto 750 0 0
John Chudleigh, Esq., ditto on 150l. per an. 375 0 0
Timothy Scheels, Esq., nine quarters on 321l. per an. 722 5 0
Geo. Curtis, six quarters on 130l. per an. 195 0 0
James Herauld, ditto on 120l. per an. 180 0 0
Joseph Turner, one quarter on 50l. per an. 12 10 0
George Vaughan, ditto on 18l. per an. 4 10 0
Thomas Jones, ditto on ditto 4 10 0
William Edwards, ditto on ditto 4 10 0
John Philpott, ditto on 41l. 1s. 0d. per an. 10 5 3
Roger Williams, ditto on ditto 10 5 3
Edward Sleyman, ditto on ditto 10 5 3
James Henderson, ditto on ditto 10 5 3
John Shepheard, ditto on ditto 10 5 3
Thomas Benn, ditto on ditto 10 5 3
Thomas Robinson, ditto on ditto 10 5 3
Richard Aron Devall, ditto on 66l. per an. 16 10 0
Benjamin Godin, ditto on 50l. per an. 12 10 0
John Hawkins, ditto on ditto 12 10 0
Erasmus Peterson, ditto on ditto 12 10 0
Richard Darlington, ditto on 20l. per an. 5 0 0
Thomas Garbut, ditto on 22l. 10s. 0d. per an. 5 12 6
Robert Simcoks, six quarters on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
Joseph Webb, one quarter on 200l. per an. 50 0 0
Henry Irons, ditto on 39l. per an. 9 15 0
Samuel Thornly, ditto on 24l. per an. 6 0 0
Roger Webb, ditto on 20l. per an. 5 0 0
Peter Kirke, ditto on 50l. per an. 12 10 0
Christopher Hill, ditto on 30l. per an. 7 10 0
Charles Heather, two quarters on 3l. per an. 1 10 0
John Dolloway, ditto on ditto. 1 10 0
John Feild, ditto on ditto 1 10 0
William Charlton, ditto on ditto 1 10 0
Edward William, ditto on ditto 1 10 0
Beatman Randell, ditto on ditto 1 10 0
Abraham Carter, ditto on ditto 1 10 0
Richard Broadway, ditto on ditto 1 10 0
Daniel Barrow, ditto on ditto 1 10 0
Robert Dickerson, ditto on ditto 1 10 0
John Ball, Esq., ten quarters on 150l. per an. 375 0 0
Robert Young, six quarters on 40l. per an. 60 0 0
Faith Browne, two quarters on 40l. per an. 20 0 0
Sarah Young, 15 quarters on 1l. per an. 3 15 0
Sir Sewester Peyton, ten quarters on 500l. per an. 1,250 0 0
Dr. John Arbuthnot, six quarters on 350l. per an. 525 0 0
Mrs. Jane Lowman., ditto on 150l. per an. 225 0 0
John Aubert, ten quarters on 56l. per an. 140 0 0
Stephen Le fever, ditto on ditto 140 0 0
Humphry Denby, ditto on ditto 140 0 0
James Graves, ditto on ditto 140 0 0
William Smith, ditto on ditto 140 0 0
Cha. Babell, ditto on ditto 140 0 0
Peter Letour, ditto on ditto 140 0 0
John Shore, ditto on 100l. per an. 250 0 0
James Paisible, ditto on 100l. per an. 250 0 0
Eliza[beth] Debnam, one quarter on 6l. per an. 1 10 0
Aves Wright, ditto on ditto 1 10 0
Katherine Cadick, ditto on 4l. per an. 1 10 0
Grace Hurry, ditto on 6l. per an. 1 10 0
Gabriel Mary Cabin, six quarters on 40l. per an. 60 0 0
Edward Normand, ditto on 18l. per an. 27 0 0
Anthony Knight, ditto on ditto 27 0 0
James Elliot, two quarters on 20l. per an. 10 0 0
Richard Clark, one quarter on 8l. per an. 2 0 0
Mary Helbig, ditto on ditto 2 0 0
Alice Beetham, ditto on ditto 2 0 0
Love Burch, ditto on 10l. per an. 2 10 0
Anne Henderson, ditto on 8l. per an. 2 0 0
Henry Badger, six quarters on 15l. per an. 22 10 0
Godfrey Witich, ditto on 60l. per an. 90 0 0
Mrs. Dor[othy] St. Loe, five quarters on 20l. per an. 25 0 0
Mrs. Jane Loe, ditto on 20l. per an. 25 0 0
Anne Walthorp, one quarter on 8l. per an. 2 0 0
Mary Barber, ditto on ditto 2 0 0
Mr. Peter V. Richause, six quarters on 200l. per an. 300 0 0
Richard Feilder, ditto on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
Richard Pitman., one quarter on 12l. per an. 3 0 0
Charity Booth, ditto on 8l. per an. 2 0 0
Eliza[beth] Cloffe, six quarters on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
Mr. Carsten Buckholt, ditto on 70l. per an. 105 0 0
Mrs. Mary Barrow, ditto on 16l. per an. 24 0 0
Mary Eliza[beth] Smith, ditto on 30l. per an. 45 0 0
Thomas Cross, ditto on 5l. per an. 7 10 0
Mr. John Geo. Lesser, ten quarters on 125l. per an. 312 10 0
Mr. Burchard Suhm, ditto on 250l. per an. 625 0 0
Mrs. Kath. Lutzau, ditto on 50l. per an. 125 0 0
Mrs. Mary Monceau, ditto on 100l. per an. 250 0 0
Sophia Schumaker, ditto on 25l. per an. 62 10 0
Geo. Peterson, ditto on 50l. per an. 125 0 0
Christian. Matsen, ditto on 25l. per an. 62 10 0
Mary Peterson, one quarter on 20l. per an. 5 0 0
Elenor Atkinson, ditto on 10l. per an. 2 10 0
Martha Hilton, ditto on 25l. per an. 6 5 0
Fran.ces Keys, ditto on 20l. per an. 5 0 0
Mr. Rob. Westley, six quarters on 20l. 10s. 0d. per an. 30 15 0
Edmund Williamson, ditto on 3l. per an. 4 10 0
Mrs. Sarah Brass, ditto on 30l. per an. 45 0 0
Mr. Jacob Edwards, ditto on 25l. per an. 37 10 0
Eliza[beth] Person, ditto on 12l. per an. 18 0 0
Andrew Pember, ditto on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
Peter Laurenson, two quarters on 12l. per an. 6 0 0
Mrs. Mary Hooper, one quarter on 30l. per an. 7 10 0
James Vernon, Esq., ten quarters on 600l. per an. 1,500 0 0
Cha. Churchill, Esq., ditto on 400l. per an. 1,000 0 0
Cha. Seymour, Esq., one quarter on ditto 100 0 0
Benja[min] Godin, Esq., ditto on 10l. per an. 2 10 0
Anne Holt, ditto on 20l. per an. 5 0 0
Martha Clarke, ditto on 18l. per an. 4 10 0
Jane Wright, ditto on 9l. per an. 2 5 0
£19,317 9 3
T 56/34, pp. 96–99.
Dec. 24. William Lowndes to Spencer Compton to pay arrears of pensions and bounties to 1713 June 24 according to an account signed by Edward Godfrey: paying same out of the 10,000l. and 40,000l. imprested to you, ut supra, pp. 527 and 540.
£ s. d.
George Sayers, Esq., ten quarters on 500l. per an. 1,250 0 0
Abrah[am] Kemp, ditto on 40l. per an. 100 0 0
Mrs. Ma. Ashton, six quarters on 30l. per an. 45 0 0
Mrs. Doro[thy] Torway, nine quarters on 50l. per an. 112 10 0
Mrs. Mary Doyley, ten quarters on 40l. per an. 100 0 0
Lady Prestwich, six quarters on 40l. per an. 60 0 0
Geo. Holder, two quarters on 22l. per an. 11 0 0
Richard Miller, ten quarters on 44l. per an. 110 0 0
Rowland Brock, one quarter on 40l. per an. 10 0 0
Alice King, six quarters on 100l. per an. 150 0 0
Anne Edon, ditto on ditto 150 0 0
Williamina Bunch, ditto on 50l. per an. 75 0 0
Lady Newcomen, ten quarters on 50l. per an. 125 0 0
Ann Fitzharry, two quarters on 50l. per an. 25 0 0
Mary Mitchell, six quarters on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
Martha Francys, two quarters on 50l. per an. 25 0 0
Isabella Gwillims, six quarters on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
Rabsey Smithsby, ditto on ditto 30 0 0
Eliza[beth] Reynolds, ditto on 10l. per an. 15 0 0
Eliza[beth] Disney, ditto on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
Anne Disney, ditto on ditto 30 0 0
Ursula Church, ditto on 40l. per an. 60 0 0
Sophia Nevill, ditto on 40l. per an. 60 0 0
Susan Woodward, ditto on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
Mar[tha] Bastin, ditto on ditto 30 0 0
Mary Brinknall, ditto on ditto 30 0 0
Thomas Gummins, ditto on 10l. per an. 15 0 0
Anne Head, ditto on ditto 15 0 0
Kath[erine] Roberts, ditto on ditto 15 0 0
Jone Lance, ditto on ditto 15 0 0
Sus[annah] Clarke, ditto on ditto 15 0 0
Eliza[beth] Jennings, ditto on ditto 15 0 0
Kath[erine] Tessin, ditto on ditto 15 0 0
Margaret Jolliffe, ditto on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
Magd[alen] Thomas, four quarters on 10l. per an. 10 0 0
Margaret Abernathy, six quarters on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
Jane Pigott, ditto on ditto 30 0 0
Sarah Hussey, five quarters on ditto 25 0 0
Ellin Morgan, six quarters on 10l. per an. 15 0 0
Sus[annah] Foxton, ten quarters on 100l. per an. 250 0 0
Sarah Miller, six quarters on 13l. 4s. 0d. per an. 19 16 0
Eliza[beth] Bedford, ditto on 40l. per an. 60 0 0
Mary Bocock, ditto on ditto 60 0 0
Theoph[ilus] Garlick, two quarters on 30l. per an. 15 0 0
Thomas Smith, six quarters on ditto 45 0 0
Milborn Madocks, ditto on ditto 45 0 0
Mathias Ascough, ditto on ditto 45 0 0
Richard Letham, ditto on ditto 45 0 0
Francis Mackenzie, ten quarters on 40l. per an. 100 0 0
Sarah Mathews, ditto on 100l. per an. 250 0 0
Bernard Gates, five quarters on 40l. per an. 50 0 0
Richard Bradley, two quarters on ditto 20 0 0
Rowland Peirce, five quarters on ditto 50 0 0
Susanna Benson, nine quarters on 50l. per an. 112 10 0
Lady Douglas, &c., ten quarters on 70l. per an. 175 0 0
Eliza[beth] Grove, six quarters on 100l. per an. 150 0 0
Walker Butler, ditto on 30l. per an. 45 0 0
Theodore Ballisis, two quarters on 150l. per an. 75 0 0
Kath[erine] Hildsley, six quarters on 50l. per an. 75 0 0
Eliza[beth] Tattersal, ditto on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
Eliza[beth] Harris, ditto on ditto 30 0 0
John Edmonds, ditto on ditto 30 0 0
Henry Quinn, two quarters on 60l. per an. 30 0 0
Teresa Wroughton, six quarters on 6l. per an. 9 0 0
Richard Drury, ditto on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
Samuel Pack, ditto on 10l. per an. 15 0 0
Mary Simons, ditto on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
Kath[erine] Buck, ditto on 15l. per an. 22 10 0
Frances Otway, ditto on 10l. per an. 15 0 0
Mary St. Loe, ditto on ditto 15 0 0
Eliza[beth] Atkinson, two quarters on 70l. per an. 35 0 0
Dorothy Wanley, ditto on ditto 35 0 0
Hester Dawson, six quarters on 30l. per an. 45 0 0
Elliner Clauson, two quarters on 8l. per an. 4 0 0
Mary Austen, ditto on ditto 4 0 0
Sarah Wright, six quarters on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
the Countess of Cavan, ten quarters on 50l. per an. 125 0 0
Eliza[beth] Ramsey, one quarter on 100l. per an. 25 0 0
Lady Mary Mac Carty, six quarters on 200l. per an. 300 0 0
Frances Plunket, ditto on 30l. per an. 45 0 0
Peter Persoode, ditto on 100l. per an. 150 0 0
Martha Clarke, ditto on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
Tho. Chamberline, ditto on 18l. per an. 27 0 0
Anne Gourney, ditto on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
Deborah Roleston, ditto on 30l. per an. 45 0 0
Sarah Oakeover, ditto on ditto 45 0 0
Eliza Macdonel, ditto on ditto 45 0 0
Winifred Whaley, ditto on ditto 45 0 0
Magdalen Cunningham, ditto on ditto 45 0 0
Eliza[beth] Mackraken, ditto on ditto 45 0 0
the Duchess of Holstein Beck, two quarters on 200l. per an. 100 0 0
Col. Richard Bagot, ten quarters on 100l. per an. 250 0 0
William Fachin, six quarters on 27l. 7s. 6d. per an. 41 1 3
John Button, ditto on same 41 1 3
Alice Shipton, ditto on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
Capt. Roger Raven, ditto on 27l. 7s. 6d. per an. 41 1 3
Alice Vaughan., one quarter on 20l. per an. 5 0 0
Tabitha Haughton, six quarters on 10l. per an. 15 0 0
Kath[erine] Harlackenden, ten quarters on 40l. per an. 100 0 0
Eliza[beth] Colvert, six quarters on 30l. per an. 45 0 0
Mary Marshall, ditto on ditto 45 0 0
Charlot Killigrew, ten quarters on 200l. per an. 500 0 0
Victory Slingsby, six quarters on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
Amy Goldsborough, ditto on ditto 30 0 0
Eliza[beth] Hall, ditto on ditto 30 0 0
Jane Bell, ditto on ditto 30 0 0
Jane Berkley, ten quarters on 200l. per an. 500 0 0
Kath[erine] Armstrong, ditto on 100l. per an. 250 0 0
Mary Armstrong, ditto on ditto 250 0 0
Susan Leighton, nine quarters on ditto 225 0 0
Eliza[beth] Slingsby, six quarters on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
Anne Duke, ten quarters on 45l. 12s. 6d. per an. 114 1 3
Mary and Penelope Hutton, six quarters on 24l. 6s. 8d. per an. 36 10 0
Margaret Buss, ditto on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
Anne Collins, ditto on ditto 30 0 0
Thomas and Eliza[beth] Hyde, ditto on 50l. per an. 75 0 0
Judith Fitzharry, ditto on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
Eliza[beth] Wandsford, nine quarters on 50l. per an. 112 10 0
Nehemiah Arnold, six quarters on 30l. per an. 45 0 0
Sarah Browne, ditto on 11l. per an. 16 10 0
Edward Purcell, ditto on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
Richard Elford, ditto on 100l. per an. 150 0 0
Rebecca Flower, ditto on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
Anne Bing, ten quarters on 40l. per an. 100 0 0
Eliza[beth] Waggot, ditto on 80l. per an. 200 0 0
Rebecca Paulden, six quarters on 25l. per an. 37 10 0
Sir John Macklean., one quarter on 365l. per an. 91 5 0
Capt. Geo. Porter, ten quarters on 260l. per an. 650 0 0
Capt. Ri. Fisher, ditto on ditto 650 0 0
Capt. William Boyce, ditto on 156l. per an. 390 0 0
Thomas Bartram, ditto on 78l. per an. 195 0 0
Robert Inwood, nine quarters on ditto 175 10 0
John Lunt, ten quarters on 52l. per an. 130 0 0
Edward Browne, six quarters on 26l. per an. 39 0 0
Mary Walter, ditto on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
Frances Bew, ten quarters on 40l. per an. 100 0 0
Kath[erine] Stanhope, ditto on 200l. per an. 500 0 0
Lady Hay, six quarters on 200l. per an. 300 0 0
Arthur Reynolds, ditto on 27l. Is. 6d. per an. 41 1 3
Mary Mackneal, ditto on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
Anne Grosvenor, ditto on 30l. per an. 45 0 0
Jane Kerr alias Brothwick, ditto on ditto 45 0 0
Windham Tomson, ditto on 10l. per an. 15 0 0
Clifton Tomson, ditto on ditto 15 0 0
Joane Revet, ten quarters on 200l. per an. 500 0 0
Mr. David Morris, six quarters on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
Margaret Morrison, ditto on 40l. per an. 60 0 0
Robert Paltock, ditto on ditto 60 0 0
Lucy Howard, ditto on 60l. per an. 90 0 0
Eliza[beth] Sewell, ditto on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
Richard Hill, Esq., four quarters on ditto 20 0 0
Margaret Le Marr, ditto on 15l. per an. 15 0 0
Jane Walter, ditto on ditto 15 0 0
Margaret Sympson, ditto on ditto 15 0 0
Sarah Sympson, ditto on ditto 15 0 0
Col. Moncall, ten quarters on 100l. per an. 250 0 0
the Countess of Arlington, one quarter on 1,000l. per an. 250 0 0
John House, ten quarters on 60l. per an. 150 0 0
Isaac Crocker, six quarters on 12l. per an. 18 0 0
Marmaduke Conway, ditto on 20l. per an. 30 0 0
Eliza[beth] Winstanley, ten quarters on 100l. per an. 250 0 0
Eliza[beth] Killigrew, six quarters on 80l. per an. 120 0 0
Lord Weyms, ten quarters on 500l. per an. 1,250 0 0
Francis Raynsford, nine quarters on 100l. per an. 225 0 0
Lord Bellomont, two quarters on 300l. per an. 150 0 0
Francis Sorrell, ten quarters on 400l. per an. 1,000 0 0
Lady Philips, two quarters on 150l. per an. 75 0 0
Mary, six quarters on 40l. per an. 60 0 0
the Countess of Orkney, four quarters on 200l. per an. 200 0 0
Mrs. Ann Villiers, ten quarters on 100l. per an. 250 0 0
Cha. Osborne, Esq., four quarters on 50l. per an. 50 0 0
Jam[es] Howard, Esq., five quarters on 120l. per an. 150 0 0
Mrs. Alice Grahme, one quarter on 150l. per an. 37 10 0
Fred la Penotire, three quarters on 100l. per an. 75 0 0
executors of late Duke of Queensberry, two quarters on 3,000l. per an. 1,500 0 0
Lord Pembroke, ditto on ditto 1,500 0 0
Lord Loudoun, ditto on 1,000l. per an. 500 0 0
Duke of Argyll, ditto on 3,000l. per an. 1,500 0 0
Guy Palmes, Esq., ditto on 1,000l. per an. 500 0 0
the Privy Purse, ditto on 1,000l. per an. 500 0 0
Cha. Osborne, Esq., ditto on 200l. per an. 100 0 0
William Brocket, Esq., ditto on 400l. per an. 200 0 0
Rebecca Oates, ditto on 300l. per an. 150 0 0
Maud Johnson, ditto on ditto 150 0 0
£25,174 17 3
T 56/34, pp. 99–104.
Dec. 23. Money warrant for 70l. to William East, late Clerk of the Estreats in the Court of Common Pleas, and to Roger Burgoyne, the present Clerk there; for 3½ years due at 1713 June 24 on the fee or salary of 20l. per an: to wit so much to each of them as is due to them respectively. Ibid., p. 95.
Same for 120l. to Robert Bertie, Esq., for three years to 1713 Xmas on the pension of 40l. per an. granted during the life of Mary Cock. Ibid.
Royal sign manual to Treasurer Oxford to pay to the heirs of the trustees of the late Queen Dowager Mary, wife of James II, for so much grown due since 1713 March 25 on the grant made by him [James II] under the great seal to Laurence, Earl of Rochester, Henry, Earl of Peterborough, Sidney Lord Godolphin, Robert Worden, Esq., and Sir Edward Herbert (all since deceased) of divers annuities or yearly sums amounting to 37,328l. 13s. 7d. per an. for her life.
and further similarly to pay what is similarly grown due on the further yearly sum of 10,000l. granted to the said Queen Dowager by the said King by patent dated 3 Dec. 1686. Ibid., p. 106.
Money warrant for arrears to the Officers of Ordnance as follows:
£ s. d.
Thomas Erle, late Lieutenant General of the Ordnance: half a year to 1712 June 24 on his patent fee of 100 marks per an. 33 6 8
John Hill, present ditto, for one year from 1712 June 24 on same fee which by his patent is to commence from that date 66 13 4
Harry Mordaunt, late Treasurer of the Ordnance: for ½ a year and five days on his fee of 40l. per an., to wit from 25 Dec. 1711 to 29 June 1712, the day on which his office determined 20 13
Charles Eversfeild, present Treasurer, for 91 days and three entire quarters on same fee: viz., 1712 June 30, the date of his patent, to 1713 June 24 39 19
William Brydges, Surveyor General of the Ordnance, for 1½ years from Xmas 1711 to 1713 June 24 on his patent fee of 2s. a day 54 14 0
Christo[pher] Musgrave, Esq., Clerk of the Ordnance: for same time on the like fee 54 14 0
Newdigate Owsley, Esq., late Clerk of the Deliveries: for same time on his patent fee of 12d. a day 27 7 0
Edward Ashe, late Storekeeper of the Ordnance, for 185 days on his fee of 3s. a day: viz., from Xmas 1711 to 27 June 1712 from which time his office determined 27 15 0
Dixie Windsor, the present Storekeeper, for 362 days on said fee: viz., from 1712 June 28 (the date of his patent) to 1713 June 24 54 6 0
Thomas Gardiner, gent., Keeper of the Stores of Small Arms: for 1½ years or 547 days, 1711 Xmas to 1713 June 24, on his patent fee of 10d. a day 22 15 10
James Pendlebury, Master Gunner of Great Britain: for same time on his patent fee of 2s. a day 54 14 0
£456 18 5
T 56/34 , p. 111.
Dec. 23. Money warrant for 216l. 13s. 4d. to Auditor Harley for 3¼ years to 1713 June 24 on his salary of 66l. 13s. 4d. as an Auditor of Imprests. Ibid., p. 118.
Dec. 24. Same for 289l. 15s. 10d. to the officers of Hampton Court as follows for 3¼ years to 1713 June 24 on their respective fees and allowances: viz.,
£ s. d.
Edward Progers on 13l. 6s. 8d. per an. as Keeper of the Middle Park at Hampton Court by patent dated 18 Jan. 19 Car. II 43 6 8
ditto as Moletaker there: on 6l. 13s. 4d. per an. 21 13 4
ditto as Keeper of the Hare Warren: on 36l. 10s. 0d. per an. 118 12 6
all which fees from the death of said Progers are vested in Charles, Lord Halifax.
the officers of the Court of Common Pleas in lieu of paper by them formerly received of the abbot and convent of Westminster: on 2l. 13s. 4d. per an. 8 13 4
Thomas Herbert (Clockmaker in Ordinary to her Majesty) on an ancient fee of 4l. per an. payable to the Keeper of the Clock at Westminster 13 0 0
Duke of Somerset for the wages of two underkeepers at 13l. per an. each belonging to the House Park at Hampton Court: on certificate from the Auditor of the Land Revenue of Co. Middlesex that no payment has been made thereon for said time 84 10 0
In the margin: “paid by the Receiver General of Land Revenue”.
£289 15 10
Ibid., p. 108.
Dec. 24. Same for 9,332l. 3s. 4¾ d. to the heir of Sidney, Earl of Godolphin, the longest liver of the Trustees of the Queen Dowager Mary: and is for one quarter to 1713 June 24 on the 37,328l. 13s. 7d., ut supra, p. 547. Ibid., p. 109.
Same for 2,500l. to said Queen Dowager or her Treasurer or Receiver for same quarter on her 10,000l. per an., ut ibid. Ibid.
Dec. 29. Letter of direction for 1,642l. 10s. 1d. to William Roberts, Paymaster of the Works at Windsor, towards discharging the debts [salaries] incurred in the said Office for any time in her Majesty's reign before 1713 June 30. (The list of salaries paid hereout is printed in Vol. XXVIII of this Calendar under date 1713–14 Jan. 2.) Ibid., p. 117.
Dec. 30. Money warrant for 1,700l. to Benjamin Bennet, Lieut. Governor and Commander in Chief of the Bermuda or Summer Islands in America: and is for five years to 1713 June 24 on his several allowances amounting to 340l. per an.: viz., 240l. as Lieut. Governor and 100l. per an. in lieu of gifts from the Assemblies of said Islands. Ibid., p. 112.
Same for 181l. 11s. 4d. to Simon, Viscount Fanshaw, Queen's Remembrancer in the Exchequer Court: and is for 3¼ years to 1713 June 24 on his salary or allowance of 55l. 17s. 4d. per an. Ibid.
Same for 27l. 18s. 8d. to the Queen's Remembrancer in the Exchequer Court or to Henry Stevens, his then Deputy: and is for half a year to 1710 Lady day on the above fee. Ibid.
Same for 32l. 5s. 0d. to Capell Billingsley, Clerk to Sir Edward Northey [Attorney General] for three years from 1710 Oct. 20 to 1713 Oct. 20 on the usual fee or allowance of 10 guineas per an. for attending Trade and Plantation business. Ibid., p. 113.
Same for 32l. 5s. 0d. to Joshua Williams for three years from 13 May 1710 to 13 May 1713 on same fee for same business as Clerk to Sir Robert Raymond [Solicitor General]. Ibid.
Dec. 30. Money warrant for 25l. to the Trustees for the four Ministers in the Isle of Man: for one quarter to 1713 June 24 on their annuity or yearly pension of 100l. T 56/34, p. 113.
Same for 25l. to the Deputy Ranger of the House Park at Windsor for same time on the yearly sum of 100l. for providing a store of hay for the preservation of her Majesty's deer there. Ibid., p. 114.
[?] Same for 90l. to Robert Stephens, messenger appointed to look after the printing press: being 75l. for 1½ years to 1713 June 24 on his allowance or salary of 50l. per an: and 15l. for his charges and expenses therein. Ibid.
Dec. 30. Same for 20l. to Thomas Huxley, gent., the Clerk of the Nichils in the Exchequer Court: and is for one year to 1713 June 24. Ibid.
All the remaining entries of the Entry Book T 56/34 from p. 115 onwards are entered seriatim in Vol. XXVIII of this Calendar each under its respective date.
They are therefore here only summarised in tabular form, with the purpose of presenting in a single account the total payments under Queen Anne's 500,000l. Civil List Lottery.
1713–14 T 56/34
Jan. 7 Spencer Compton, 10,000l. imprest p. 118
7 Spencer Compton, confirmation of order of 21 July 1710 for 15,000l. for French Protestants p. 118
13
15
William Holbech, 1,919l. 11s. 6d. for bills due in the Office of Treasurer of the Chamber pp. 115, 116
14 Mahaliel Wyndham, 50l. for the Doorkeepers of the House of Lords p. 115
[?14] Confirmation of order of 14 July 1713 for 125l. to the Duke of Devonshire p. 115
2 1,642l. 10s. 1d. for salaries of the Office of Works at Windsor p. 117
7 Spencer Compton, 10,000l. imprest p. 118
7 Confirmation of order of 21 July 1710 for 1,500l. to Spencer Compton for French Protestants p. 118
14 2,075l. for a list of arrears of pensions p. 110
27 187l. 10s. 0d. to Richard Harcourt, Clerk of the Crown in the King's Bench p. 110
7 1,105l. 14s. 6d. to Henry Pigot for the Office of the Robes p. 119
7 965l. 12s. 9d. to Spencer Compton for fees and disbursements p. 119
2 30l. to Timothy Pool, minister at Hampton Court p. 120
20 33,648l. 6s. 2d. to Lord Masham for emptions, &c., for the Household p. 120
21 14,969l. 16s. 10d. to John Holbech for bills in the Office of Treasurer of the Chamber p. 121
21 6,474l. 10s. 4½ d. to John, Lord Delawarr, Treasurer of the Chamber, for bills, &c p. 121
20 800l. to Lieut. General William Seymour p. 122
Jan. 23 29,769l. 19s. 0½ d. to the Duke of Montagu for emptions, &c., in the Great Wardrobe p. 122
23 59,036l. 6s. 7¼ d. to Charles Dartiquenave for artificers and stores of the Work p. 123
27 6,690l. to arrears of pensions and bounties per Spencer Compton p. 123
Feb. 4 1,200l. to Cort Wakeling and John Remy de Montigny per Spencer Compton p. 124
2 14,969l. 6s. 10d. for the debt in the Office of Treasurer of the Chamber: per John Holbech pp. 125–6
Jan. 21 6,474l. 10s. 4½ d. for messengers’ bills per Lord Delawarr, Treasurer of the Chamber p. 127
23 29,769l. 19s. 0¼ d. for debts in the Great Wardrobe: per the Duke of Montagu pp. 128–9
Feb. 2 3,296l. 5s. 0d. to John, Duke of Marlborough p. 130
825l. to Charles, Earl of Orrery
610l. to Ja. Stanhope
598l. 15s. 0d. to William Cadogan
3,960l. 19s. 10d. to Cha. Whitworth
600l. 7s. 6d. to John Chetwynd
1,486l. to William Chetwynd
974l. 10s. 0d. to Francis Palmes
800l. to Dr. Hen. Newton
400l. to Daniel Poultney
675l. to Abraham Stanyan
750l. to James Craggs
600l. to Geo. Delaval
1,463l. to James D'Ayrolle
975l. to Christian Cole
180l. to Isaac D'Alais
300l. to Fra. Manning
799l. to James Scott
1,310l. to John Laws
1,096l. to Robert Jackson
464l. 8s. 6d. to Thomas L'Fever
600l. to William Breton
217l. to Robert Jackson
300l. and 750l. to executors of John Wyche
150l. to Geo. Delaval
330l. to Abraham Stanyan
490l. 15s. 0d. to Benj. Lodington
1,234l. 17s. 6d. to executors of Robert Cole
1,215l. to Daniel Pulteney
1,339l. 3s. 0d. to James Jefferyes
474l. 18s. 6d. to Hen. D'Avenant pp. 130–134
Jan. 27 800l. to Lieut. General William Seymour p. 135
Feb. 9. 10,000l. to Spencer Compton as imprest p. 135
18 1,248l. 15s. 0d. for the Vaudois ministers per Spencer Compton p. 135
4 9,244l. 8s. 11½ d. to William Roberts for Windsor Works debts p. 136
Feb. 5 6,013l. 1s. 8½ d. to Conyers Darcy and Geo. Fielding for debts in the Office of Master of the Horse p. 138
Jan. 26 86l. 13s. 4d. to Cha. Battely p. 138
Feb. 26 90l. to Mrs. Charlotte Justell per Spencer Compton p. 138
10 6,901l. 4s. 6¼ d. to Samuel Edwyn pp. 139–40
16 100l. to executors of John Cocks p. 140
Jan. 16 20l. to Charles, Earl of Arran p. 140
Feb. 18 100l. to executors of John Cocks p. 141
17 166l. 13s. 4d. to executors of Auditor Maynwaring p. 141
Jan. 7 20l. to John Conyers p. 141
20l. to Sir William Whitlock p. 141
Feb. 22 40l. to executors of Charles Whitaker p. 143
Feb. 23 75l. to Monsieur Le Vasseur per Spencer Compton p. 144
Jan. 21 54l. 15s. 0d. and 69l. to the Earl of Rochester p. 144
Feb. 26 250l. to the Duchess de la Force per Spencer Compton p. 144
March 18 125l. to Mrs. Anne de Veill per Spencer Compton p. 144
March 27 243l. to John Pellet and Madam Claude de Vennevelle p. 144
Feb. 3 1,260l. to the Duke of Queensberry p. 145
Feb. 25 75,799l. 18s. 7½ d. for debt in the Works for ticket wages, purveyors, &c. pp. 146–7
Feb. 26 124l. 11s. 8d. to William Young p. 147
March 17 177l. 12s. 7½ d. to executors of Sir John Powell p. 147
March 17 34l. 10s. 0d. to heirs of Anthony Cotton p. 148
April 1 150l. to Peter Beaubisson per Spencer Compton p. 148
April 13 166l. 13s. 4d. to the Earl of Wharton p. 148
April 7 27l. 15s. 6d. to William Forbes p. 149
March 22 21l. to Eton College p. 149
April 15 100l. to the underclerks of the House of Lords p. 149
April 20 106l. 10s. 3¼ d. to executors of Richard, Earl Rivers p. 150
April 21 240l. to Mrs. Salinanne et al. per Spencer Compton p. 150
April 24 100l. to Mrs. Françoise Giraud per Spencer Compton p. 151
May 14 125l. to Mary de Lisle per Spencer Compton p. 151
May 27 345l. to Bernard de Vigneau et al. per Spencer Compton p. 151
June 1 246l. 2s. 6d. to Michel de Monsegur et al. per Spencer Compton p. 151
June 8 45l. to Gregory Guinini
45l. to Magdalen de Martiner
82l. 10s. 0d. to Jane Debenne Louvigny et al. per Spencer Compton p. 152
July 6 165l. to Mary de There et al. per ditto p. 152
July 21 15l. to Susanna Le Circler per ditto p. 152
July 16 1,097l. for French pensioners per ditto p. 152
July 16 1,198l. 18s. 9d. for ditto per ditto pp. 152–54
July 23 25l. to Martha D'Ofranville per ditto p. 154
Oct. 1 48l. 6s. 8d. to John Cooke p. 154
Oct. 1 27l. 8s. 8d. to Viscount Fanshaw p. 154
Oct. 1 30l. to the Officers of the Pipe p. 156
Oct. 1 17l. 16s. 8d. to the Officers of the Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer's Office p. 156
Oct. 1 92l. to the Duke of Northumberland p. 157
Oct. 1 32l. 1s. 0½ d. to Leonard Tompson p. 157
Sept. 30 11l. 17s. 6d. to the officers of the Works at Windsor p. 157
Sept. 30 189l. 19s. 1d. to the officers of the Works p. 158
Sept. 30 500l. to the Duke of Newcastle p. 159
Sept. 28 100l. to Thomas Walker p. 159
Sept. 30 53l. 15s. 0d. to Sir Edward Northey p. 160
Sept. 30 53l. 15s. 0d. to Sir Robert Raymond p. 160
Sept. 30 401l. 10s. 0d. to the Serjeants at Arms p. 160
Oct. 8 50l. 3s. 9d. to Cha. Goodere p. 160
Oct. 1 216l. 13s. 4d. to the Officers at Arms p. 161
Oct. 1 100l. to Dr. Richard Bentley p. 161
Oct. 1 11l. 1s. 8d. to the officers of the Revels p. 161
Sept. 30 135l. to the officers of Waltham Forest p. 162
Oct. 2 26l. 13s. 4d. to William Jones, apothecary p. 163
Sept. 30 152l. 12s. 0d. to the officers of the Ordnance p. 163
Sept. 30 25l. to Thomas Hewet p. 164
Sept. 30 25l. to Edward Wilcox p. 164
Sept. 30 57l. 10s. 0d. to James Chase, apothecary p. 164
Sept. 30 98l. 13s. 4d. to Malchy Thurston p. 164
Dec. 6 100l. to Sir Clement Cotterel p. 165
Dec. 8 92l. to the Duke of Northumberland p. 165
Dec. 7 60l. 16s. 8d. to John Ingliss p. 165
Dec. 7 50l. to ditto p. 165
Dec. 8 100l. to Frances Windham p. 166
1715
April 9 55l. 11s. 11d. to Sir Edward Northey, Attorney General p. 166
April 9 43l. 1s. 1d. to Sir Robert Raymond as late Solicitor General to 1713 Xmas p. 166
Aug. 17 50l. to Berwick Corporation for half a year to Xmas 1713 for repair of Tweed Bridge p. 166