Declared Accounts
Great Wardrobe

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'Declared Accounts: Great Wardrobe', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 9: 1689-1692 (1931), pp. CCCX-CCCXIII. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104755 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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Great Wardrobe

Pipe 3,117.
Ralph, Earl of Montague, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe.
Michaelmas, 1689, to Michaelmas, 1690.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil.
Money received out of the Exchequer 20,542 15
Total charge £20,542 15
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage of last account 27,180 8
Payments for materials delivered and work done for the Wardrobe, with details of the names of the tradesmen and the goods 25,588 13
Liveries, detailed, by letters patent 54 2 0
Liveries, detailed, by dormant warrants or privy seals 1,434 13 0
Liveries to the Lord Chamberlain and other officers 235 2 4
Robes allowed to officers of the Exchequer and Great Wardrobe 126 18 2
Salaries of officers of the Great Wardrobe 196 4 2
Arrears to servants of Charles II. 1,350 19 4
Ordinary allowances for this accompt 10 19 0
Total discharge £56,177 19 9
Surplus, 35,635l. 4s. 6¾d.
Declared 13th Sept., 1696.
Audit Bundle 2,363, Roll 121.
Same Accountant.
Michaelmas, 1690, to Michaelmas, 1691.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil.
Money received out of the Exchequer 30,557 9 4
Total charge £30,557 9 4
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage of last account 35,635 4
Payments to tradesmen, detailed, for work and material, detailed 16,535 12
Liveries by patents, dormant warrants etc. 2,531 13 4
Liveries to officers of the Exchequer and Wardrobe 126 18 2
Salaries and allowances of officers of the Wardrobe 196 4 2
Arrears of liveries in the Wardrobe due to servants of Charles II. 1,464 3 9
Ordinary allowances 10 19 0
Total discharge £56,500 15
Surplusage, 25,943l. 6s. 3¼d.
Declared 24th Sept., 1696.
Pipe 3,118.
Same Accountant.
Michaelmas, 1691, to Michaelmas, 1692.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil.
Money received out of the Exchequer 24,999 13 3
Total charge £24,999 13 3
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage of last account 25,943 6
Payments to tradesmen, detailed, for work and materials, detailed 20,504 0
Liveries by patents, dormant warrants etc. 2,094 13 2
Liveries to the officers of the Exchequer and Wardrobe 126 18 2
Salaries of officers of the Wardrobe 196 4 2
Liveries arrears of Charles II.'s servants 1,056 11 3
Ordinary allowances 10 19 0
Total discharge £49,932 12 7
Surplus, 24,932l. 19s. 4d.
Declared 27th Sept., 1697.
Pipe 3,119.
Perished down right side (the figures column).
Audit Bundle 2,364, Roll 123.
Same Accountant.
Michaelmas, 1692, to Michaelmas, 1693.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil.
Money received out of the Exchequer 17,320 4 9
Total charge £17,320 4 9
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage of last account 24,932 19 4
Payments to tradesmen, detailed, for work and materials, detailed 19,621 4
Liveries by patents, dormant warrants etc. 3,658 8 4
Liveries to the officers of the Exchequer and Wardrobe 126 18 2
Salaries and allowances of officers of the Wardrobe 196 4 2
Ordinary allowances 10 19 0
Total discharge £48,546 13
Surplusage, 31,226l. 8s. 11¾d.
Declared 27th Sept., 1697.
Pipe 3,120.
Same Accountant.
Michaelmas, 1693, to Michaelmas, 1694.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil.
Money received out of the Exchequer 15,500 0 0
Total charge £15,500 0 0
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage of last account 31,226 8 11¾
Payments to tradesmen, detailed, for work and material, detailed 8,736 3
Liveries by letters patent, dormant warrants etc. 4,280 2 0
Liveries to officers of the Exchequer and Wardrobe 126 18 2
Salaries of officers of the Wardrobe 196 4 2
Ordinary allowances to this accountant 10 19 0
Total discharge £44,576 16 0
Surplusage, 29,076l. 16s. 0d.
Declared 24th Oct., 1698.
Pipe 3,121.
Same Accountant.
Michaelmas, 1694, to Michaelmas, 1695.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil.
Money received out of the Exchequer 12,000 0 0
Total charge £12,000 0 0
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage of last account 29,076 16 0
Payments to tradesmen, detailed, for work and material, detailed 12,248 1 10¾
Liveries on letters patents, dormant warrants etc. 2,544 16 4
Liveries to officers of the Exchequer and Wardrobe 126 18 2
Salaries to officers of the Wardrobe 190 17
Ordinary allowances 10 19 0
Total discharge £44,198 9
Surplusage, 32,198l. 9s. 1¼d.
Declared 29th Oct., 1698.
Audit Bundle 2,364, Roll 126.
Same Accountant.
Michaelmas, 1695, to Michaelmas, 1696.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil.
Money received out of the Exchequer 26,079 2
Total charge £26,079 2
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage of last account 33,317 14
Payments to tradesmen, detailed, for work and material, detailed 36,951 8
Liveries by patents and dormant warrants 2,759 4 4
Liveries to officers of the Exchequer and Wardrobe 126 18 2
Salaries and allowances to officers of the Wardrobe (of this sum 29,501l. 2s. 1½d. is to the Earl of Montagu himself as Master of the Great Wardrobe on his patent fee of 2,500l. per an., to wit for 13 years 1 quarter and 58 days from 27th April, 1683, the day of the commencement of the said fee, to 1696, Michaelmas) 29,702 12 9
Ordinary allowances 10 19 0
Total discharge £102,868 17
Surplusage, 76,789l. 14s. 10d.
Declared 22nd June, 1700.
Pipe 3,150.
Same Accomptant.
Account for the funeral of Queen Mary, anno 1694.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Money received by way of imprest out of the Exchequer 41,764 16 2
Total charge £41,764 16 2
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Payments to tradesmen, detailed, for work and materials, detailed, for furnishing hangings etc. for the Abbey, Houses of Parliament, Whitehall, Kensington etc. 21,340 19
Ditto for mourning for the late Queen's officers and servants (including 92l. to Giles Campion, herald painter, for painting trumpets and drum-banners) 16,674 2 2
Ditto for goods delivered and work done about the royal chariot, the canopy, coffin, several banners and banner staves, escotcheons etc. (including 4l. 6s. 0d. to Gregory King for fixing and covering banner staves and 112l. 17s. 6d. to Giles Campion, herald painter, for several pair of banners, escotcheons done in oil on taffety, banner staves etc. 2,125 3
John Pinke, arms painter, for gilding and painting the King's and late Queen's arms in several places of the mausoleum and other gilding and painting about the same, several rich escotcheons, banners and banner rolls, several royal badges and Imperial arms etc. about the mausoleum 1,439 17 4
Officers at arms for attendance 40 0 0
Prayer Books and covering of several Bibles etc. 89 2 6
Total discharge £42,884 1 5
Surplusage, 1,119l. 5s. 3d.
Declared 29th Oct., 1698.