Declared Accounts
Treasurer Of Champer

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'Declared Accounts: Treasurer Of Champer', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 9: 1689-1692 (1931), pp. CCXCIX-CCCI. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104752 Date accessed: 03 September 2014.


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Treasurer Of Champer

(The accounts for 1688, Dec., to 1692, June, are not extant. They do not appear ever to have been declared.)
Pipe 550.
John Richards, appointed by royal warrant dated Kensington 22nd March, 1692-3, to execute the office of Treasurer of the Chamber in place of Sir Rowland Gwynn, late Treasurer of the Chamber.
1692, June 30th, to 1694, June 24th.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil : being his first account.
Receipts : Money received from fees payable by his Majesty's servants on moneys paid 3,352 18 8
Money out of the Exchequer 77,502 5
Total charge £80,855 4
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Their Majesties' alms 1,000 0 0
Serjeant Trumpeter, Mathias Shore 150 0 0
Musicians : Nic. Staggins, master, and 23 musicians and an instrument keeper ; Daniell Short and Richard Lewis, two other musicians 2,830 0 0
Falconers, detailed 1,232 0 0
Pensionary falconers, detailed 323 10 0
James de Gastigny, Master of the Harthounds and Buckhounds ; James Walsingham, Master of the Beagles ; Christopher Tankred, Master of the Harriers, for themselves and their staffs 7,267 5 0
The Foresters (Waltham Forest) 91 5 0
Clockmaker and watchmaker 300 0 0
Officers of the Jewels and Plate 573 7 6
The moletaker (Tho. Fraizer) 12 2 6
The ratkiller (William Hester) 108 7 6
The Cofferbearers (John Sewell and Michaell Woolrich) 109 10 0
Grooms of the Great Chamber, detailed 627 2
Messengers of the Chamber, detailed 3,148 17 6
Watermen 326 5 0
Groom Porter (Thomas Neale) 1,375 0 0
The Guard of his Majesty's Body—Captain, Lieutenant, Ensign, Clerks of the Cheque, Corporals and 100 yeomen and four pensionary yeomen 9,907 10 0
Yeoman Usher of the House of Peers 164 5 0
Yeomen Ushers, detailed 80 0 0
Yeomen hangers, detailed 70 0 0
Yeomen bedgoers and robegoers, detailed 65 0 0
Pondkeeper in St. James's Park 60 0 0
Park-keeper at Audley End (David Robinson) 37 10 0
Theatre-keeper at Whitehall (John Clarke) 30 0 0
Pensionary footman (Nevill Kidwell) 60 0 0
Yeoman of the Revels (Henry Harris) 139 15 0
Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter Assistant (Nath. Hamond and Jeremiah Chaplin) 166 13 4
Yeoman of the Bows (Thomas Fordham) 27 7 6
John Richards for the execution of the office of Treasurer of the Chamber 700 0 0
Housekeepers, wardrobe-keepers and gallery-keepers, detailed, at Whitehall, Hampton Court, Windsor, Greenwich, Audley End, Richmond, St. James's 4,135 11 8
Officers of the Removing Wardrobe at Whitehall, detailed 1,810 0 0
Clerk of all the Wardrobes and Robes 320 0 0
Gardeners, detailed, at St. James's, Hampton Court, Kensington, Richmond, Windsor 6,014 6 10
Frederick Sonnius, keeper of his Majesty's pictures 150 0 0
Repairer of the bridges in New Forest (James Airey) 30 0 0
His Majesty's barber (William Fremin) 327 0 10
His Majesty's physicians (John Hulton, Charles Fraizer, Sir Tho. Millington, Christianus Harell, Walter Harris, Robert Brady) 1,458 15 4
His Majesty's apothecaries (James Chace, Abraham Rottermondt, John Jones, John Some) 3,090 2 9
His Majesty's chirurgeons, (William Van Loone, Cha. Peter, Tho. Gardiner) 1,022 10 3
Money paid on warrants signed by his Majesty 497 10 2
Payments upon warrants signed by the Lords of the Council, Treasury Lords, and stationery bills signed by the Secretaries of State (detailed) 2,422 11 10
Payments upon warrants by the Lord Chamberlain of the Household (detailed) 16,506 15 7
Bills of the Messengers of the Chamber (detailed) 8,313 0 11½
Ordinary allowances to this accountant 113 6 8
Allowances to this accomptant for interest and repayment on advances by him 3,774 14 8
Total discharge £80,969 10
Surplusage, 114l. 5s. 9¼d.
Declared 13th June, 1700.
Pipe 551.
Edward, Lord Russell, Treasurer of the Chamber : thereto appointed 8th March, 6 Wm. III.
1694, June 24th, to 1698, March 25th.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil : being his first account.
Money received out of the Exchequer 169,560 2 10½
Total charge £169,560 2 10½
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage on the last preceding account of this Office 114 5
His Majesty's daily alms 1,625 0 0
Serjeant Trumpeter 90 0 0
Musicians 5,369 1 10
Falconers 2,464 0 0
Pensionary falconers 441 0 0
Buckhounds, Beagles and Harriers 11,658 5 0
Foresters 127 15 0
Clockmaker and watchmaker 900 0 0
Officers of the Jewels and Plate 1,706 11 10
Moletaker 36 7 6
Ratkiller 180 12 6
Cofferbearers 177 18 9
Grooms of the Great Chamber 1,573 15
Messengers of the Chamber 8,238 0 7
Watermen 978 15 0
Groom Porter 1,925 0 0
The Guard of his Majesty's Body 26,822 2 2
Yeomen Ushers 360 0 0
Yeomen Hangers 260 0 0
Yeomen Bedgoers and Robegoers 148 3 6
Housekeepers, wardrobekeepers etc. 10,104 9 7
Officers of the Removing Wardrobe at Whitehall 2,832 10 0
Yeoman of the Wardrobe at St. James's 357 10 0
Clerk of the Robes and Wardrobes 640 0 0
Gardeners 3,827 6 2
His Majesty's barbers 1,062 10 0
Keeper of his Majesty's Pictures, James Sonnius 450 0 0
His Majesty's Principal Painter, Sir Godfrey Kneller, at 200l. per an., pursuant to his Majesty's sign manual of 7th June, 1695 : commencing from Lady Day, 1695 400 0 0
Repairer of the bridges (James Airay, and after him Phillip Newlin) 90 0 0
Locksmith 141 8 9
Physicians 6,035 10 0
Chirurgeons 2,529 15 11
Apothecaries 3,201 6 3
(Making a total of 99,805l. 1s. 7½d. on salaries and allowances which are payable yearly.)
Payments by warrants signed by the King, Queen, the Lords Justices and Secretaries of State 2,199 2 5
Payments on warrants signed by the Lords of the Council 994 6 0
Stationers' bills allowed by the Secretary of State 6,878 5 8
(Making a total of 10,071l. 14s. 1d. for payments on special warrant.)
Payments on Lord Chamberlain's warrants, detailed 26,231 15 10
Payments on bills of the Messengers of the Chamber 33,165 17
Ordinary allowances to this accomptant 212 10 0
Total discharge £169,601 4
Surplusage, 41l. 1s. 5¾d.
Declared 26th May, 1701.