Declared Accounts
Master Of The Robes

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1931

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'Declared Accounts: Master Of The Robes', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 9: 1689-1692 (1931), pp. CCCXIII-CCCXIV. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104756 Date accessed: 28 November 2014.


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Master Of The Robes

Pipe 2,839.
William de Nassau, esq., now Earl of Rochford, Master of the Robes to Wm. III.
From 13th Feb., 1688-9, to 4th May, 1695.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil : being his first account.
Money received out of the Exchequer and from Henry Maynard—
2 Wm. and Mary 6,611 3 0
3/4 Wm. and Mary 5,000 0 0
4/5 Wm. and Mary 2,500 0 0
5/6 Wm. and Mary 7,100 0 0
7 Wm. and Mary 7,000 0 0
Total charge £28,211 3 0
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Robes, apparel and other furniture, detailed, for the Coronation of Wm. III. and Mary 2,627 19 1
Robes, apparel and furniture, detailed, for the service of the year 1689 4,473 4 4
The like furniture for the year ending 13th Feb., 1690 4,206 1 8
The like for 1691 4,525 6
The like for 1692 4,100 13 2
The like for 1693 4,369 7 5
The like for 1693, Feb. 13th, to 1695, May 4th 5,545 18 2
Total discharge £29,848 10
Surplusage, 1,637l. 7s. 3½d.
Declared 4th June, 1706.
Pipe 2,840.
Joost Keppel, esq., now Earl of Albemarle, Gentleman and Master of the Robes to Wm. III.
4th May, 1695, to 4th May, 1699.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil : this being his first account.
Money received out of the Exchequer—
Anno 7/8 regis 2,000 0 0
Anno 8 4,000 0 0
Anno 9 3,000 0 0
Anno 10 3,000 0 0
Total charge £12,000 0 0
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Robes and apparel, detailed, for his Majesty's own wearing and for his servants and other charges relating to the Robes in the year to 4th May, 1696 3,503 7 9
Ditto in the year to 4th May, 1697 5,111 5 10
Ditto in the year to 4th May, 1698 3,120 19
Ditto in the year to 4th May, 1699 6,493 6 11½
Total discharge £18,199 0 0
Surplusage, 6,199l.
Declared 13th Feb., 1706-7, before Henry Boyle ; again declared 16th Nov., 1711, before the Earl of Oxford.
(There have been several erasures in this account—which is most unusual in a declared account : as is also the double declaration.)