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'Declared Accounts: Civil List', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 30: 1716 (1958), pp. CLXXXIII-CCXVIII. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=85262 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: COFFERER OF THE HOUSEHOLD.

PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1875 [E.351/1875].

No Audit Office Roll.

Francis, Earl Godolphin, Cofferer and Keeper of the Great Wardrobe of the Household.

1 October 1715 to 30 September 1716.

Charge.£s.d.£s.d.
Arrears: none, the Accountant being in Surplusagenil
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer, by way of imprest:
by Privy Seal of 4 Nov., 1 George I
11,39084
by Privy Seal of 28 Oct., 2 George I16,663118
further, by the same Privy Seal47,78818
75,84218
money received of several persons within the time of this Account:
Anne Cabel, for three months to 31 Dec. 1715
2100
Benjamin Morrett; same time4100
Sir Richard Steel; June 17151000
Francis Enckwell, for ‘codds’ sold him3000
4700
salesnil
total charge and receipts£75,88918
Discharge.
Surplusage on the previous Account18,68513
expenses of the Household for diets and of the Stables:
bake-house
47976
butlery and cellar4,773160
wardrobe8,064175
kitchen29,19217
purveyor's office or acatery3,8350
poultry3,81435
scullery1,9950
saucery1653
hall and chamber1,24417
stables14,26131
67 8266
wages to several persons of the Household etc., not detailed3,30625
allowance for writing this Account2000
the Auditors' fee3000
paid to divers creditors for victuals and other extraordinaries of the Household and for extraordinaries of the Stables:
the Household at St. James's, October 1715
146111½
ditto, ditto, November 17151674
ditto, ditto, December 17153121
extraordinaries of the Stables at Hampton Court, 1 Oct. to 31 Dec. 171532910
the Household at St. James's, January 1715–16211173
ditto, ditto, February 1715–1617334
ditto, ditto, March 1715–162981510¼
the King's Maundy at Whitehall, 29 March 1716102410¼
extraordinaries of the Stables at Kensington, 1 Jan. to 31 March 1715–1614118
the Household at St. James's, April 171615015
ditto, ditto, May 17161726
ditto, ditto, June 171614213
extraordinaries of the Stables at Hampton Court, 1 April to 30 June 171638165
the King's voyage to Holland, July 171685718
the Household at Hampton Court and St. James's, July 17161681311¾
ditto, ditto, August 1716146710¾
ditto, ditto, September 17163963
entertainment of Haggi Sally, Ambassador of Tripoli, for 47 weeks from 3 Oct. 1715 to 27 Aug. 171674000
extraordinaries of the Stables at Kensington, 1 July to 30 Sept. 17164826
4,44618
total payments and allowances£94,3151
and so this Accountant is in Surplusage
Declared 9 July, 3 George I.
18,4253

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: TREASURER OF THE CHAMBER.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 410, ROLL 152 [A.O.1/410/152].

Charles Bodville, Earl of Radnor, Treasurer of the Chamber.

25 December 1715 to 25 December 1716.

Charge.£s.d.
Arrears: remaining in the Accomptant's hands on the foot of his last Accompt179
Receipts: Michaelmas term, 2 George I, in part of 50,000l. by Privy Seal of 20 Dec., 1 George I2,18876
Easter term, 2 & 3 George I, in full of the same16,86400
the same term, in part of 50,000l. by Privy Seal of 20 June, 2 George I11,33019
Michaelmas term, 3 George I, in further part of the same18,40114
(total Receipts 48,784l. 11s.d.)
total charge and receipts£48,80203
Discharge.£s.d.
Annual allowances to the several Officers of the Household:
Serjeant Trumpeter; John Shore, 1¼ years to Michaelmas 1716
12500
Musicians; John Eccless, Master of the King's Musick, same time, 250l.; 24 Musicians and an Instrument-keeper, same time, 1,250l.1,50000
Clockmaker and Watchmaker; Joseph Antram, at 200l. per an. to Ladyday 1716, then at 300l. per an. to Michaelmas 171630000
the Jewel-house; Lord Guernsey, Master to 25 Feb. 1715–16, and James Brudnall, succeeding him, to Michaelmas 1716, 62l. 10s.; Roger Sedgwick, Clerk, 1¼ years to Michaelmas 1716, 16l. 13s. 4d.; Edward Pauncefort, Yeoman, same time 133l. 8s. 9d.; and Edward Yarley, Groom, same time 131l. 15s. 5d.34476
Mole-taker; Thomas Turner, same time1021
Rat-killer; Samuel Stubbs, same time6042
Coffer-bearers; Michael Woolrich and Matthew Mounsey, same time6889
ten Grooms of the Chamber, same time50000
forty Messengers of the Chamber, same time2,25000
Clerks of the Checque; William Sharpe, same time; Thomas Atterbury, to 7 Sept. 1715 and James Barbon, his successor, to Michaelmas 171624976
Gentlemen Usher Daily Waiter Assistant; Charles Dalton, to 2 Aug. 1715, and Mark Anthony Saurin, his successor, to Michaelmas 17168368
the Office of Treasurer of the Chamber; this Accomptant, 1¼ years to Michaelmas 1716, 586l. 15s.; John Holbetch, his Deputy, 1 Aug. 1714 to Michaelmas 1716, 107l. 9s.d.; the Executors of William Vanbrugh, Comptroller, Midsummer 1715 to 18 Nov. 1716 the day of his death, 209l. 1s.d.90354
House-keeper at Whitehall; Piercy Kirke, 1¼ years to Michaelmas 1716812100
Keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at Whitehall; Daniel Child, same time25000
Keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at Windsor Castle; Thomas Hall, same time20000
Keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at St. James's; Thomas Hutton, same time137100
Underhousekeeper at Hampton Court; Somerset English, same time40000
Keeper of the Privy Lodgings at Hampton Court; Richard Marriot, same time25000
Housekeeper of Windsor Castle; Theodore Randue, same time40000
Officers of the Removing Wardrobe at Whitehall; the Hon. Grey Maynard, Yeoman, same time, 287l. 10s.; Thomas Taylor and Charles Chester Eyres, Grooms, same time, 325l.; Kendall Heron, Thomas Williams and Charles Lucas, Pages, 375l.987100
Groom Porter; Thomas Archer, same time687100
Physicians, Apothecaries and Surgeons; Sir John Shadwell, Principal Physician, at 400l. per an. to Ladyday 1716 and at 300l. per an. to Michaelmas 1716, 450l.; Dr. Tancred Robinson, another, at 300l. per an. from Ladyday 1716, 150l.; Dr. George Lewis Tessier, another, at 200l. per an. from 5 March 1715–16, 111l. 10s. 9d.; James Chase, Apothecary to the King's person at 160l. per an., 1¼ years to Michaelmas 1716, 200l.; Daniel Malthus, another, at 320l. 5s. per an., same time, 400l. 6s. 3d.; William Jones, Apothecary to the Household, at 106l. 13s. 4d., same time, 133l. 6s. 8d.; Claudius Amyand, Principal and Serjeant Surgeon, at 396l. 13s. 4d. per an. for 1½ years to Michaelmas 1716, 595l.; Ambrose Dickins, Serjeant Surgeon, same rate, 1¼ years to same time 495l. 16s. 8d.; Will Gardiner, Surgeon to the Household, year to Midsummer 1716, 280l. and Thomas Bates, his successor, to Michaelmas 1716, 70l.2,88604
Locksmith; Thomas Churchill, 1¼ years to Michaelmas 171622163
Secretary to the Lord Chamberlain of the Household; Sir John Stanley, bt., same time7500
Elizabeth Battersby, for rent of the passage into Channel Row, same time476
Strewer of the Herbs; Alice Bill, same time3000
Poet Laureate; Nahum Tate, to 31 July 1715, 9l. 10s.d.; Nicholas Rowe, his successor, to Michaelmas 1716, 115l. 9s.d.12500
Joiner of the Privy Chamber; John Howard, same time2497
Court Drummer; John Clothier, same time3000
Clerk of the Robes and Wardrobes; William Vanhuls, same time20000
Housekeeper and Wardrobe Keeper at Kensington; Henry Lowman, same time12500
Repairer of the Pictures; Peter Walton, same time25000
the Gamekeeper; the Duke of St. Albans, for the wages of the seven Gamekeepers of Bucks., Berks., Richmond, Hampton Court, Cockham and Bray, at 30l. per an. each, for three quarters to Ladyday 1716, and 10l. each for their liveries for 1716227100
Housekeeper at Somerset House; Thomas Hutton, 1¼ years to Michaelmas 171612500
Gardener at Somerset House; the Administratrix of Thomas Baddiley at 50l. per an. for half a year and 52 days to 15 Feb. 1715–16 and Reuben Borer, his successor, to Michaelmas 171662100
Underhousekeeper at St. James's; Edward Browne, 1¼ years to Michaelmas 1716, 75l.; with more for half a year for looking after the King's Apartment when the Court does not reside there at 40l. per an.; for half-year to same time9500
Embellisher of the King's letters to Eastern Princes; Thomas Brand, 1¼ years to Michaelmas 17167500
Master of the Buckhounds; the Earl of Cardigan, at 2,341l. per an., 24 June 1715 to 11 July 171510812
Historiographer Royal; Thomas Maddox, 1¼ years to Michaelmas 171625000
Gentlemen of the Chapel Royal; Thomas Baker and Thomas Edwards, in lieu of three deer yearly, for the season 17162000
Barber; Claudius Amyand, at 170l. per an., 1 Aug. 1714 to Michaelmas 17163680
Master of the Game at Newmarket; the Earl of Orford, half year to Michaelmas 17163000
Principal Painter; Sir Godfrey Kneller, bt.10000
Yeoman of the Revels; Thomas Mattock, same time23510
Clerk of the Chamberlain of the Household; John Evans, same time1500
the King's Body Guard; the Earl of Uxbridge, Captain, at 1,000l. per an., 24 June 1715 to 25 Sept. 1715, and the Earl of Derby, his successor, to Michmas 1716, 1,250l.; the Administratrix of Chiverton Charlton, Lieutenant, at 500l. per an., 1¼ years to Michaelmas 1716, 625l.; Thomas Wyndham, Ensign, at 300l. per an., same time, 375l.; Francis Clerk, Clerk of the Checque, at 150l. per an., from Midsummer 1715 to 16 Feb. 1715–16 and William Wood, his successor, to Michaelmas 1716, 187l. 10s.; John Big, Exempt, same rate, 1¼ years to same time, 187l. 10s.; John Capell, Francis Clerk and Thomas Whitmore, Corporals, same rate each, same time, 562l. 10s.; 100 Yeomen at 39l. 11s. 3d. each, same time, 4,945l. 6s. 3d.8,132163
sixteen Yeomen Ushers, Hangers and Bedgoers, same time20000
Pensionary Yeoman; Thomas Smith, same time18150
Master of the Barges; John Hill, 1½ years to Xmas 171615000
48 Watermen, same time22500
two Pensionary Watermen, same time; ten other Pensionary Watermen, three quarters to same time32163
the King's Alms; Dr. Robert Cannon, Sub-Almoner, for daily alms and the Poor at the Gate, 719l., and for the Royal Maundy, 400l.1,11900
25,6701
payments made upon particular Warrants for services not provided for by the Establishment etc.:
William Lowen, senior, for keeping 30 couple of buckhounds, servants and horses at 600l. per an., 11 July 1715 to Ladyday 1716; more for keeping 20 couple of buckhounds extraordinary at 3d. a day each hound, Xmas 1714 to same time; by Royal Sign Manual of 13 April 1716
6521211
Capt. Thomas Scott of the York for fitting up the Romney man of war for the reception of the King of Sicily; by like Warrant of 7 May 171661219
John Hudson, Robert Armitage, William Lowen, senior and junior, Yeoman Prickers at 30l. per an. each, 11 July 1715 to Michaelmas 1716; William Lowen, Huntsman, for keeping 30 couple of buckhounds, servants and horses at 600l. per an., Ladyday to Michaelmas 1716 and for keeping 20 buckhounds extraordinary at 3d. a day each, Midsummer quarter 1716; Roger Webb, Harbourer, at 20l. per an. from 11 July 1715 to Ladyday 1716; the said Roger Webb and John Webb, two Harbourers at 40l. per an. each, Ladyday to Michaelmas 1716; by the Prince of Wales's Warrant (as Guardian of the Kingdom) of 1 Oct. 171678516
Sir Godfrey Kneller, the King's Principal Painter, at 200l. per an., 11 July 1715 to Ladyday 1716; by like Warrant of same date157162
Edward, Earl of Orford, Master of the Game at Newmarket, at 60l. per an., 24 Oct. 1715 to Ladyday 1716; by like warrant of 19 Nov. 17162530
the Lady Frances Keightly, as of the Royal Bounty, at 400l. per an., 1¼ years to Michaelmas 1716; by Royal Sign Manual of 23 Feb. 1714–1550000
2,73310
payments made under Warrants of the Privy Council:
John Gauntlett, Underkeeper of the Council Records, for stationery etc., year to Xmas 1715, 90l.; and for binding etc. four large Council books, 8l.
9800
the Executrix of Robert Gregson, for his attendance as servant to the Privy Council for 8 months to his death, 25 Aug. 1715, at 40 marks per an., 17l. 15s.d.; and for removing the Council plate and books to and from the Cockpit to St. James's, 6l. 13s. 4d.; and to Edward Dickinson, the present servant, for four months to 25 Dec. 1715, 8l. 17s.d. and for removing the plate, 3l. 6s. 8d.36134
Robert Harmsworth and Edward Salter, two Keepers of the Council Chamber, for disbursements; year to Xmas 17152000
154134
payments made on bills for stationery ware delivered to the Principal Secretaries of State; William Churchill and Edward Castle, Stationers in Ordinary, for stationery for the Lord Viscount Townshend, for Mr. Secretary Stanhope and (to 5 Aug. 1715 only) for the Duke of Montrose1,56753
payments made on Warrants signed by the Chamberlain of the Household, approved by Warrants under the Royal Sign Manual etc.:
Sir Godfrey Kneller, for drawing twelve pictures of the King, one each for Lord Stairs, Col. Hunter, Col. Hamilton, Col. Shute, Edward Wortley and one of three quarters for Mr. Boite, painter in enamel, one for the Castle and one for the Town Hall of Dublin, one each for Baron Wrisberg, the Earl of Halifax, the Lord Cadogan and Mr. Pit
612150
Sir William Oldes, Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod, for attendance on the House of Peers, 164 days from 17 March 1714–15 and 158 days from 9 Jan. 1715–1610768
John Incledon, Housekeeper of Westminster Palace, for himself and six labourers, Midsummer 1715 to Michaelmas 1716191150
Grey Maynard, Yeoman of the Removing Wardrobe, for washing sheets and pillow cases, 1 Aug. 1714 to Midsummer 171628706
Thomas Williams, Page of ditto, for disbursements, 1 June 1715 to 20 Oct. 171638196
Somerset English, for lodging of Chaplains-in-Waiting at Hampton Court, 25 July to 27 Oct. 17162600
Thomas Archer, Groom-porter, for providing hearths, etc. for the Princess's apartments, etc.15808
John Holbeche, Clerk in the Treasury of the King's Chambers, Midsummer 1715 to Midsummer 17161200
Andrew Trebec, Clerk, for reading prayers at St. James's Chapel, 1 Aug. 1714 to 1 Aug. 17163000
John Lenton, Groom of the Vestry of the Chapel Royal, for utensils for cleaning the said Chapel, Ladyday 1715 to Ladyday 17161000
John Eccless, Master of the King's Musick, for compositions for New Year's Day 1715–16 and for the King's Birthday in 17162200
John Walsh, Instrument-maker in Ordinary, for mending and stringing musical instruments etc. in 171513140
Timothy Goodwin, stationer, for lists of Lent Preachers and for stationery ware for the Lord Chamberlain's Office29176
Samuel Stubs, Ratkiller in Ordinary, for destroying vermin, Ladyday 1715 to Michaelmas 171686170
Thomas Gethyn and John Duncombe, two Children of the Chapel Royal, whose voices are changed4000
Alice Habberley, necessary woman, for cleaning the Bedchamber, Little Drawing Room, Great Drawing Room and Council Chamber at St. James's, 1 Aug. 1714 to 1 Aug. 1716124150
Jane Spencer, ditto, for cleaning the German Chancery Room there, same time6400
Sarah Peach, ditto, for cleaning the Old Council Chamber, Ball Room and passage leading to the Chapel there, same time5600
Katharine Chaddick, ditto, for cleaning the King's Backstairs and the Backstairs at St. James's, same time4600
John Tonsey, for a pair of kettle drums for the Third Troop of Horse Guards1400
John Vandinande, for the like for the First Troop of ditto1400
Christopher Shrider, Organ-maker, for mending the organs in the chapels at St. James's and Whitehall, and for providing an organ for the Coronation4800
Benjamin Bedford, upholsterer, for rent of a house in Pall Mall hired for the Czar of Moscovy's Minister, half year to 30 Jan. 1715–16 and three quarters to 30 Oct. 1716, and for additional charges582130
Elizabeth Bridges, for rent of a furnished house for the Commissaries to settle the Treaty of Commerce between Great Britain and France, 1 Aug. 1714 to 8 Feb. 1714–1511299
the Lord Masham, for brass locks etc. left in his lodgings at St. James's and Kensington, and for fees etc.66166
the Executor of Dr. Harel for chests of drawers etc. left in his lodgings as above3130
John Loftus, barge-builder, for mending and repairing barges and oars, 15 Sept. 1714 to 11 Oct. 17158136
Christopher Hill, Master of the Barges, for services, Xmas 1714 to 6 Dec. 1715 and Xmas 1715 to 7 Dec. 171661076
3,44541
payments to the Messengers of the Chamber for their bills of services:
Thomas Beake, Thomas Bowman, John Bill, William Browne, John Brighter, George Clark, Joseph Chance, George Collins, Elias Chalke, Daniel Chandler, Anthony Dagley, Edward Davis, Peter John Du Commun, George Fry, Edward Gibbs, George Gordon, John Hutchins, Richard Hayward, Charles Kenge, Enoch Motteram, Thomas Newlyn, Peter Newlyn, Thomas Nightingale, Thomas Over, William Parker, William Plommer, John Pulleine, Thomas Roberts, Valentine Randal, Richard Sharman, Thomas Smith, Joseph Smith, William Squire, Francis Sawyer, John Turner, Nathan Willcocks, John Warren
15,620190
(total for payments under the Royal Sign Manual or upon Warrants etc. as above 23,521l. 12s. 10¼d.)
ordinary allowances: the Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer 3l. 6s. 8d.; Thomas Foley, for the Auditor's fee 73l. 6s. 8d.; this Accomptant, for necessaries etc. 6l. 13s. 4d.8368
total payments and allowances£49,27514
and so the Accomptant is in Surplusage
Declared 3 July 1718.
47311

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: MASTER OF THE ROBES.

PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2847 [E.351/2847].

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2055, ROLL 40 [A.O.1/2055/40].

William, Earl Cadogan, Master of the King's Robes.

1 August 1714 to 25 March 1721.

See Volume XXIX of this Calendar, p. clxii.

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: MASTER OF THE HORSE.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1446, ROLL 29 [A.O.1/1446/29].

Conyers D'Arcy and Francis Negus, Commissioners for executing the Office of the Master of the Horse.

29 September 1715 to 25 March 1717.

Charge.£s.d.
Arrears: none, this being these Accomptants' first Accompt of this Servicenil
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term, 2 Geo. I, by General Writ of Privy Seal of 29 Sept. 1714 and Royal Sign Manual of 10 Feb. 1715–16, 2 George I
90000
Easter term, 2 & 3 George I, by the same Privy Seal and Royal Sign Manual of 14 April 1716, 2 George I1,30000
the same term, by ditto and Royal Sign Manual of 11 June 1716, 2 George I1,30000
the same term, by ditto and Royal Sign Manual of 20 Aug. 1716, 3 George I1,70000
Michaelmas term, 3 George I, by ditto and Royal Sign Manual of 5 Dec. 1716, 3 George I2,00000
the same term, by ditto and Royal Sign Manual of 13 Feb. 1716–17, 3 George I1,30000
Easter term, 3 & 4 George I, by ditto and Royal Sign Manual of 8 April 1717, 3 George I1,30000
the same term by ditto and Royal Sign Manual of 8 July 1717, 3 George I3,09965
total charge and receipts£12,89965
Discharge.
Payments to tradesmen and others for materials, work and necessaries for the Stables, detailed but without names (except that of Col. Fielding, for a rich chariot bought of him)2,517100
payments for liveries of servants belonging to the Stables3,503196
payments for providing a rich state coach for the King2,99220
hire of coaches and horses upon extraordinary occasions, viz.: to carry the Tripoli Ambassador to Windsor, to attend the King on his return to England in January 1716–17, and to attend the King at Newmarket763186
purchase of horses as presents for the King's service, detailed, viz.: eight horses for the King of Prussia; six ‘padds’ for the Queen of Spain; eight saddle horses for the King's stables; horses and mares bought for the King's stud; eighteen coach-horses and mares for the King's service; also the charge of transporting the horses sent to the King of Prussia and to the Queen of Spain2,89761
money paid as the King's gift, in lieu of Plates to winners of horse races at Newmarket, Guilford, York, Humblestone in Yorkshire, and Lincoln760126
annual allowances and contingencies, detailed:
annual allowances (including 213l. 14s. for Exchequer fees and 30l. to Edward Harley for the Auditor's fee)
58320
contingencies3331610
total payments and allowances14,35275
and so the Accomptant is in Surplusage
Declared 16 July 1720.
1,45310

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: WORKS.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2448, ROLL 150 [A.O.1/2448/150].

Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the King's Works and Buildings.

31 December 1715 to 31 December 1716.

Charge.£s.d.
Arrears: remaining in the Accomptant's hands upon the end of his last Accompt5,8537
Receipts: money imprested out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term, 3 George I, in part of 20,000l. towards the late Queen's arrears, by General Writ of Privy Seal of 29 Sept. 1714, and Sign Manual of the Prince of Wales of 31 Dec. 1716, 3 George I
11,1091
the same term, in further part of 40,000l. by Privy Seal of 11 Oct. 1716, 3 George I7,09017
Easter term, 3 & 4 George I, in further part of the same7,69712
Michaelmas term, 4 George I, in further part of the same14,7051210½
(total receipts 40,603l. 4s.d.)
total charge and receipts£46,45611
Discharge.£s.d.
Payments for works and repairs at the following places:
the Tower of London:
emptions etc.
2089
carriage of provisions and rubbish1836
wages; masons at 2s. 9d. a day; carpenters at 2s. 6d. a day; paviors at 1s. 10d. and 2s. 9d. a day; bricklayers at 1s. 8d., 2s. 6d. and 2s. 9d. a day; labourers at 1s. 8d. and 2s. 2d. a day; and to Thomas Kynaston, Clerk of the Works, 71l. 17s.327145
5547
the Palace at Whitehall:
emptions etc.
2,88792
Deborah Reding, for cartage2081410
wages; masons, carpenters and joiners at 2s. 6d. a day; bricklayers at 1s. 8d. and 2s. 6d. a day; labourers at 1s. 8d., 2s. and 2s. 2d. a day; Nicholas Hawksmore, Clerk of the Works, 161l. 11s. 10d.85030
rewards; Henry Wise, for opening etc. the common sewers and sluices from the Thames to the canal in St. James's Park; John Peryear, for lighting the lamps and ringing the workmen's bell; Robert Bedoe, for opening and shutting the doors after the workmen; Langley Bradley, for care of the clock in Scotland Yard; Mansel Bennet, for winding the clock etc.; Leonard Woodeson, for measuring the work in fitting up the New Lottery Office in Leadenhall Street; Thomas Kynaston, for the like at Hampton Court7010
4,01680
the Palace at St. James's:
emptions etc.
2,0291210½
Deborah Reding, for clearing and carting of rubbish24160
wages; masons and joiners at 2s. 6d. a day; labourers at 1s. 8d. a day21100
taskwork; George Clayfeild, for repairing the thatching of the great icehouse in St. James's Park25156
rewards; Edward Browne, Underhousekeeper, for opening doors etc.; Mansel Bennet, for winding the clock etc.; Thomas Woodstock, for watching against fire; George Clayfeild, for watering the Great Court etc.52176
2,371110½
the Old Palace at Westminster:
emptions etc.
4220
Deborah Reding, for cartage of rubbish etc.3370
wages; masons, joiners, carpenters and a plasterer, at 2s. 6d. a day; labourers at 1s. 8d. and 2s. 2d. a day90170
rewards; Deborah Reding, for looking after the flap at the King's Bridge to prevent the tide from overflowing; Thomas Smith, for pumping the water etc.6180
5532
Denmark House:
emptions etc.
76913
Deborah Reding, for carriage of timber etc. and for cartage of rubbish etc. and for cleaning gutters etc.311310
wages; carpenters at 2s. 6d. a day; joiners at 2s. 9d. a day; labourers at 1s. 8d. and 2s. 2d. a day; Thomas Kynaston, Clerk of the Works, 67l. 15s. 9d.1971811
rewards; Thomas Hutton, for opening doors etc.; Thomas Kynaston, for measuring work at Whitehall, St. James's and Westminster; for New River water; Mansel Bennet, for winding the clock etc.; Thomas Kynaston for ditto48176
1,0483
Winchester:
emptions etc.
13161
wages: carpenters at 2s. 6d. a day; plumbers at 2s. 10d. a day; labourers at 1s. 8d. and 2s. 2d. a day; Leonard Woodeson, Clerk of the Works, 63l. 7s. 6d.142310
1551911
Newmarket:
emptions, etc.
2818
rewards; Andrew Jelfe, for measuring the Royal Gardens at St. James's, Kensington and Hampton Court etc.nil
wages; labourers at 1s. 8d. and 2s. 2d. a day; Andrew Jelfe, Clerk of the Works, 41l. 3s. 6d. and for riding charges 16l. 7s. 3d. and for coming to the Office 12l., and for candles etc. 28l. 18s.15547
184210½
rewards:
Andrew Jelfe, for measuring at several of the Royal Palaces
1280
Hampton Court House and Gardens:
emptions, etc.
1,3111
Charles Fysher, for land and water carriage38515
wages; bricklayers and carpenters at 3s. and 2s. 6d. a day; joiners at 2s. 6d. a day; masons at 1s. 10d. and 2s. 9d. a day; plumbers at 2s. 6d. a day; labourers at 1s. 8d. and 2s. 2d. a day; Thomas Fort, Clerk of the Works, 114l. 10s. 7d.92912
rewards; Langley Bradley, for winding up and setting the great Zodiacal Clock; Robert Hargreave, for ditto; Charles Fisher, for attendance at the laying of the pipes from Comb-park to Hampton Court and for ferrying the workmen across the Thames; Richard Marriot, for opening doors; Samuel English, for ditto etc.37160
the gardens:
emptions etc.
28328
Charles Fisher, for cartage etc.8036
wages; labourers at 1s. 8d. a day; Thomas Fort, Clerk of the Works, for keeping the accompts and for travelling charges; Thomas Simpson for cutting of weeds in the Thames and for mending the pipes11774
3,144178
Kensington Palace and Gardens:
emptions etc.
960171
cartage etc.10510
wages; bricklayers and carpenters at 3s. and 2s. 6d. a day; plumbers at 2s. 10d. a day; joiners at 2s. 6d. a day; labourers at 2s. 2d. and 1s. 8d. a day; Henry Joynes, Clerk of the Works, 41l. 3s. 6d. and for travelling charges, 14l. and for candles, 65l. 11s. 1d.389167
rewards; Henry Powell and Edward Arnold, for opening doors etc.; Mansel Bennet, for winding up the clock etc.; Henry Joynes, for ditto and for measuring the King's private road to Fulham; John Rowley, Master of the Mechanicks, for repairing the engines104176
Kensington Gardens:
emptions etc.
1721511½
wages; carpenters at 3s. and 2s. 6d. a day; labourers at 1s. 8d. a day; Henry Joynes, Clerk of the Works, for taking the accompts, 18l. 6s.5236
1,78511
Windsor Castle:
emptions etc.
8628
John Bailey, for cartage1440
wages etc.; joiners at 3s., 2s. 9d. and 2s. 6d. a day; masons at 2s. 8d. a day, carpenters at 2s. 6d. a day; sawyers at 2s. 3d. a day; labourers at 2s. 2d., 2s., 1s. 8d. and 1s. 6d. a day; Thomas Rowland, Clerk of the Works, 41l. 3s. 6d. and for travelling charges 12l. 12s. and for candles etc. 37l. 17s.323117
rewards; Sir Christopher Wren, Comptroller of the Works at Windsor, at 2s. a day for 33 days to 2 Feb. 1715–16 and John Ball, Surveyor, ditto, 3l. 6s. each; Mansel Bennet, for winding up the clock etc., 7l. 8s.1400
Windsor Castle Gardens:
emptions
8169
Henry Wise; half year to Xmas 17168000
1,303011¼
Hampton Court Mews:
emptions etc., 31 March 1715 to 28 Feb. 1715–16
1241310
St. James's Mews:
emptions etc., 31 March 1715 to 28 Feb. 1715–16
25711
the Mews near Charing Cross:
emptions etc.
7401710¾
Deborah Reding, for carriage46162
wages; labourers at 2s. 2d. and 1s. 8d. a day; Leonard Woodeson and Thomas Ripley, successively Clerks of the Works, 92l. 18s. 6d.341110
1,1281510¾
the Savoy:
emptions etc.
223153
Deborah Reding, for cartage1440
wages; labourers at 1s. 8d. a day; Leonard Woodeson, Clerk of the Works, 37l. 11s. 6d.; Thomas Ripley, labourer in trust, at 2s. 2d. a day; 69l. 6s. 8d. and for candles etc., 5l. 17s. 6d.121108
359911
(total for the above works etc. 16,999l. 14s.d.)
fees, wages and entertainment:
wages and entertainments of the Officers of the Works:
Sir Christopher Wren, late Surveyor of the Works
320190
Sir John Vanburgh, Comptroller of the Works158120
the same, as Surveyor of the Gardens etc.40000
Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the Works14990
Benjamin Jackson, master mason11700
Christopher Wren and John Mercer, successively Clerks Ingrosser51170
John Hopson, purveyor65116
John Hopson, master joiner2790
David Lance, master plasterer36120
Thomas Hues, master bricklayer36120
Nicholas Hawksmore, Secretary to the Board of Works10000
Leonard Woodeson, Clerk to the same45150
Thomas Kynaston, Clerk to the Comptroller45150
Andrews Jelf, Clerk Itinerant5000
Thomas Robinson, smith6166
1,61280
riding charges22888
fees and other allowances:
the Officers of the Removing Wardrobe
1200
the Officers and Clerks of the Works at Xmas1720
this Accomptant for paper, etc.23126
the Officers of the Works for their monthly meetings2400
the Officers etc. of the Exchequer3000
Thomas Foley for the Auditor's fee14000
the Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer200
248146
(total for fees etc. 2,089l. 11s. 2d.)
money paid to several artificers and others pursuant to sundry Warrants:
for fitting up the Whitehall lodgings of Edmund Dunch, Master of the Household; by Treasury Warrant of 5 Sept. 1715
5941
for erecting the scaffold or Court of Judicature in Westminster Hall; by like Warrant of 15 Dec. 17158917
for making a staircase to the young Princesses' apartment; by like Warrant of 27 May 17153785
for fitting up the little Kitchen under the young Princesses' New Wardrobe and in making a necessary house in the Pheasant Court; by like Warrant of 4 Aug. 1715471510½
for making new buildings in the apartments of the Princess of Wales; by two like Warrants of 23 July 1715 and 8 Aug. 17166861510
for erecting a new building in the Pheasant Court for the young Princesses and for making several accommodations in the Royal Nursery and for making presses etc. in the young Princesses' apartment; by like Warrant of 8 Aug. 17168057
for repairing the stairs on the left hand the ‘Terras’ in Whitehall to the Thames etc.; by like Warrant of 23 July 17159819[0]
for making presses etc. for preserving the Records in the Signet Office at Whitehall; by like Warrant of 4 Jan. 171591174
for extraordinary paving before the Horse Guards at Whitehall and at Somerset House; by like Warrant of 4 July 1715226010½
for making a closet etc. in the Princess's apartments at Hampton Court and for repairs at the Lord Chamberlain's lodgings there; by like Warrant of 18 June 1715585
for repairs at the Master of the Horse's lodgings at Hampton Court; by like Warrant of 11 July 17155411
for fitting up lodgings for the Clerk of the Works at Kensington; by like Warrant of 4 Aug. 171582187
for repairing the removing scaffold used in cutting the high trees; by like Warrant of 11 July 17152190
for making new dens for the lions etc. in the Tower and repairing old ones; by like Warrant of 18 Jan. 1715–1612419
for repairing the lodgings of the Comptroller of the Household at Hampton Court; by two like Warrants of 4 Aug. 1715 and 10 March 1715–163487
for repairing and fitting up Madam Kilmanseck's apartment at St. James's and also for whitewashing, painting and cleaning the King's own apartments there; by like Warrant of 20 Aug. 17161,341151
Henry Wise, gardener, for looking after 140 acres of the King's gardens and plantations; year to Xmas 1716; under Royal Sign Manual of 5 Jan. 1714–152,80000
the same for looking after eight more acres added thereto; 1½ years to Xmas 1716; by Warrant of the Prince of Wales, then Guardian of the Kingdom, of 10 Sept. 171524000
the same for looking after the slopes and divisions on the north and south sides of Windsor Castle etc., including wages to a mole-catcher; 1 June 1715 to 30 June 1716; by Treasury Warrant of 2 Oct. 171617368
Anthony Vernutty, for the lamps at Westminster Hall etc. ordered for the Sessions of the Houses of Parliament, for the Queen's Funeral and for the King's Coronation; by Treasury letter of 23 July 1716509211½
Michael Studholme and William Watkins, Surveyors of the King's private roads, for repairing the private road to Fulham; pursuant to an estimate and three Treasury letters90929
Robert Bedoe, for street cleaning before Whitehall, from Denham Buildings in Great Scotland Yard to King Street, Westminster; year to Xmas 1716; by Warrant of the Prince of Wales, then Guardian of the Kingdom, of 25 Aug. 171610000
Charles Dartiquenave, this Accomptant, for his additional allowance; year to 31 Dec. 1716; by Royal Sign Manual of 9 May 171510000
(total paid under the above Warrants 10,343l. 12s.d.)
Exchequer fees1770
total payments and allowances£29,609184
and so this Accomptant is Indebted
Declared 29 February 1719–20.
16,84613

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: WARDROBE.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2369, ROLL 147 [A.O.1/2369/147].

John, Duke of Montagu, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe.

Michaelmas 1715 to Michaelmas 1716.

Charge.£s.d.
Arrears: remaining at the foot of the preceding Account, none, because in surplusagenil
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term, 2 George I, in further part of 50,000l. by Privy Seal of 28 Feb. 1 George I
30,361010
Easter term, 2 & 3 George I, in full of the same7,2369
the same term, in part of 10,000l. by Privy Seal of 18 Sept. 2 George I6,63218
total charge and receipts£44,2308
Discharge.£s.d.
Surplusage on the last Account94,11414
payments to divers persons for goods delivered and work done for the service of the Great Wardrobe, detailed:
David Bosanquet, merchant, for purple Genoa silk damask for the making of a canopy, chair of state, two chairs, a stool and two cushions for John, Earl of Stairs, Ambassador Extraordinary to France (ad Gallos), and for silk damask for the apartment of the Princess Anne at St. James's, and for blue Genoa velvet to guard the liveries and for 49 black Genoa velvet caps for the 100 Yeomen of the Guard and the 40 Yeomen Warders of the Tower for the year 1716; for 49 like bonnets for the King's Bargemaster and the 48 Watermen; for blue Genoa velvet to guard the liveries of the Children of Chapel Royal; for Genoa silk damask for the Princesses' apartments at St. James's; for blue Genoa velvet to guard the livery of Samuel Stubbs, ratkiller; for Genoa silk damask for the doors of the Princesses' apartment and two chairs in the older bedroom of the said Princesses at St. James's; likewise for green Genoa velvet for cloaks for 11 Knights of the Thistle; for blue Genoa velvet for two cloaks, crimson Genoa velvet for two surcoats etc. and for covering two books of the Statutes of the Order of the Garter, for two St. George's Crosses inset on the cloaks, for two belts and scabbards, for two black Genoa velvet bonnets, for two cushions etc. for Ernest, Duke of York and Frederick, Prince of Brunswick and Luneburg, Knights of the Order; for scarlet Genoa silk damask for making a canopy, chair of state etc. and for purple Genoa velvet to cover an altar etc. for Edward Wortley, Ambassador to Turkey (apud Turcas); for crimson Genoa silk damask for a canopy, chair of state etc. for the Earl of Cadogan, Ambassador Extraordinary to the States of Holland and Westfrisia (apud ordines Hollandiae et Westphrigiae); and for crimson Genoa silk damask to adorn an altar etc. for Thomas Pitt, Governor of Jamaica
2,199126
William Barnesley, packer, for yellow serge for the nursery (in gynaeceo usitandi); for crimson Padua serge and green or red baize for the seats in Westminster Hall for the trial of the Earl of Oxford and Mortimer; for crimson dyed-in-grain (dibaphi) cloth and blue serge for the liveries of the 100 Yeomen of the Guard and 40 Yeomen Warders for the year 1716; for baize and other cloth for coats for the Bargemaster and Watermen for the same year; for cloth for coats for the children of the Chapel Royal; for serge dyed-in-grain (dibaphi) for furnishing the Fubbs yacht; for many coloured cloth for gowns for the King's poor men; for crimson cloth dyed in grain (dibaphi) and blue cloth for Samuel Stubbs, ratkiller, for the year 1716; for Padua serge for six cushions for the Chapel Royal at Whitehall; for crimson dyed-in-grain cloth and blue serge for the underkeepers of the Course at Newmarket (in usum rei saltuariae apud Newmarket custodum inferiorum); for rich crimson dyed-in-grain cloth for Alice Bill, Herbstrewer, for the year 1716; for black baize for the Princess of Wales and crimson dyed-in-grain serge for the window embrasure of St. James's Chapel; for crimson dyed-in-grain cloth and gold cloth for false seats at Windsor (apud Vindesorium)1,314910½
Richard Chamberlain, contractor for the enrichment of the Princesses' apartment (in ampliorem conclavis principissarum instructionem decreti) for crimson camel's-hair cloth, crimson Genoa silk damask; broad crimson camel's-hair cloth, and more crimson Genoa silk damask; for crimson Rome taffeta to adorn Westminster Hall; for crimson Genoa silk damask for the Chapel Royal in the Tower; and for velvet and taffeta for the Knights of the Garter604123
John Johnson and Company, mercers, for purple Genoa velvet, for superfine double silk interwoven with gold for John, Earl of Stairs, Ambassador to France; for superfine silk damask for the King's Privy Chamber; and for the Squire of the Wardrobe and for the bedchambers84936
William Weeks, laceman, for lace for edgings, for French fringes both of silver and gold, for very rich lace for the King and his family47812
Charles Mathews, laceman, for narrow gold fringe for the liveries of the 100 Yeomen of the Guard and the 40 Tower Warders for the year 1716; and for like wares for Ambassadors abroad, for the Princess of Wales, for the Knights of the Garter, for the guardians of the Royal Children (infantes regios curantum), and for Thomas Pitt, Governor of Jamaica1,6554
John Hazell, laceman, for fringe as above; and gold fringe for the Earls of Stairs and Cadogan5160
Stephen Toulowse, embroiderer, for embroidering 140 coats, front and back, with the letters ‘G.R.’, roses, thistles, crowns etc. for the Yeomen and Yeomen Warders and for embroidery for the Earl of Stairs, for Peter le Neve, Norroy, for the Duke of York and for the Prince of Brunswick (pro acupictione tunicarum … laminis insignitarum, quibus etiam litterae G.R. … imponuntur … et pro acupictioni multiplici in usum Comitis de Stairs, Petri le Neve Fecialibus Septentrionalibus praefecti, Ducis Eboracensis, et Principis Brunopolensis …)83170
Benjamin Shute and Company, linen drapers, for Hollands and Cambric (pro Batavis Carbasis, Lineisque Segestribus) for the King, for the Earl of Stairs, and for the King's Almoner (Largitionum Regiarum Administri)4148
John Robinson, linen draper, for the like2591211
Joseph Windham, linen drapers, for the like96186
Robert Petre, tailor (sartori) for coats, breeches, liveries, robes of office etc. for the Gentlemen in Waiting (famulorum a pedibus), the Yeomen of the Guard and the Children of the Chapel Royal19077
Robert Graham, tailor, for liveries for 50 Yeomen of the Guard for the year 1716, and other work15311
Andrew McKarick, tailor, for fitting out John Duncomb, a Child of the Chapel Royal, whose voice is broken5010
William Dixon, for 40 liveries for the Yeomen Warders for the year 171610000
Catherine Bull, feather-dresser, for two plumes of St. George, with cases, for the Duke of York and Prince Frederick, Knights of the Garter161100
Mary Sedgwick, hatter, for 24 hats with bands for the 10 Children of the Chapel Royal, for the three Coursekeepers at Newmarket and for John Duncomb as above12100
John Bee, hosier (fn. 1) (caligario), for rich silk hose for the Children of the Chapel Royal, the 100 Yeomen and the 56 poor men of the Maundy, for the year 171674130
John Aird, glover, for gloves for the same5880
Anne Colthorpe, sempstress, for making bed-linen etc. for the King, for the Ambassadors to France, Turkey and the States General and for the Governor of Jamaica43120
William Crofts, Master of the Children of the Chapel Royal, for 60 waxed shoes for the year 171610100
Thomas Gethwin, late a Child of the Chapel Royal, whose voice is broken; fitting out8197
William Wood, Clerk of the Check, for 40 watch gowns for the Yeomen and Yeomen Warders14000
William Haddock, for 140 soldiers' belts of leather, embossed, for 50 cloth and velvet belts, for 140 swords with gilt pommels for the Yeomen and Yeomen Warders; for gilt swords with velvet belts for the Duke of York and Prince Frederick346100
Edward Byrd, for 46 sky-blue ribands and purple ribands, for the Yeomen and Yeomen Warders52100
William Vanhuls, Clerk of the Wardrobe, for work etc. for a year to Michaelmas 1716, and for a rich wallet with pockets3600
Thomas Phill and Jeremiah Fletcher, for beds and furniture for the Ambassadors abroad and the Royal Palaces1,40089
Christopher Pembrook, upholsterer, for wares to equip the Caroline yacht62400
Richard Roberts, joiner, for chairs, chairs of state etc. for St. James's Palace and for the Ambassador to France and for the Caroline yacht65730
John Gumley and James Moore, cabinet makers, for mirrors etc. for St. James's Palace474130
Charles Hazell, Executor of Dr. Hazell, deceased, for furnishing his bedchambers2150
Mary Riffe, for chairs and armchairs for the Princess1500
William Johnson, coffer-maker, for wares31760
John Pincke, herald-painter, for six gilt shields bearing the King's Arms etc. for Ernest, Duke of York and Prince Frederick, Knights of the Garter3200
Thomas Stokes, for outside painting of the Wardrobe Office4128
Thomas Dummer, Deputy Keeper of the Great Wardrobe, for his usual rewards etc. and for travelling charges etc.4141710
Francis Fox, tailor, for work422110
John Vanderbanc, arras worker, for silk thread, etc., for rent of the office in Queen Street, and for the work of himself and the 13 arras workers77540
Edward Castle and Company, stationers, for stationery wares33488
Samuel Stebbing, Somerset Herald, for two large books of the Statutes of the Order of the Garter for Frederick, Prince of Brunswick and Ernest, Duke of York600
John Elrington, steward, for his care in weighing materials etc. required for the Wardrobe9403
Nathan Witham, serjeant skinner, for cleaning and airing the stoles1368
William Holmes, for candles and other necessaries for the Queen Street Office etc.442198
John King, porter, for wages due at Michaelmas 17162000
John Sergeant, running porter, for wages for 366 days and for livery3399
Catherine Port, housemaid, for cleaning the office2100
Christopher Hill, King's Bargemaster, for points9120
16,74712
payments for liveries etc. by Letters Patent:
John, Duke of Montagu, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe, at 2,000l. for himself and 200l. for his Deputy
2,20000
Edmund Dummer, Clerk of the Great Wardrobe30000
John Plat, Yeoman of the Leash2120
Le Strange Symes, Yeoman and Keeper of the Masks and Revels (‘valetto et custodi omnium larvarum vestiumque mentitarum nec non contrarotulatori tentoriensi’)168
Edward Harrison, Child of the Leash1208
John Barnet, Joseph Richards, William Weeket and Samuel Clarke, Exchequer Messengers4160
Edmund Dummer, Clerk of the Great Wardrobe30198
Sir John Vanbrugh, Comptroller of the Works894
Grimlin Gibbons, Master Sculptor and Engraver800
Thomas Hughes, master bricklayer (inter caementarios primo)534
Benjamin Jackson, master mason (intra fabros lapidarios primo)220
2,57598
ditto by Dormant Warrants:
John, Duke of Montagu, Xmas, 1715
106134
Robert Gardner, Edward Browne, Laurence Saxon, James Sell, David Harris and William Taylor, Attendants of the Privy Chamber, Midsummer 1716280180
Charles, Duke of Bolton, Lord Chamberlain of the Household, Xmas 171566160
Charles Tollet, Musician, St. Andrew's Day 1714, and John Eccles, Master of the King's Musick (praefecto musicorum) and 23 Musicians, same date40326
Robert Lemington, William Whitmore, Joseph Asheley and Cornelius Tilburg, Grooms of the Bedchamber (regiis cubicularibus e secretioribus), Whitsuntide 171617400
William van Huls, Clerk of the Wardrobe, All Saints' Day 1715; Michael Hounslief, cook, same time; William Johnson, coffer-maker, same time; Stephen Toulouze, embroiderer, same time; Richard Robert, joiner, All Saints' Day 1714 and 1715; George Hutchinson and John Elrington, Clerks of the Wardrobe, All Saints' Day 1715; Nathan Bridgwater, late Page of the Wardrobe, All Saints' Day 1714209410
Claude Amyan, the King's Barber, Midsummer 1716; Mary Lowman, laundry woman, St. Andrew's Day 1715; James Moore and the Musicians Royal, same time; John Dissel, cook, All Saints' Day 1715; John Hopson, master-joiner, Xmas 1715129710
(total for liveries as above 3,945l. 12s. 2d.)
1,37026
sums of money due for winter and summer robes, as of old:
Richard, Lord Onslow, late Under-Treasurer, Michaelmas 1715
6160
Robert Walpole, Xmas 1715, Easter, Whitsuntide and Michaelmas 171634134
Sir William Sympson, a Baron of the Exchequer, Xmas 1715 and Whitsuntide 171612174
Simon, Viscount Fanshawe, King's Remembrancer, Xmas 17154128
Leonard Thompson, Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer, Xmas 17152134
George Wright, Clerk of the Crown, Xmas 1715 and Whitsuntide 17153510
Edward Harley and Thomas Foley, Auditors of the Prests, Xmas 17151020
Sir William Ashburnham, bt., a Chamberlain of the Exchequer, Xmas 1715 and Whitsuntide 17161366
Sir Simeon Stewart, bt., another, ditto1366
George, Earl of Halifax, and Henry Pelham, Clerks of the Exchequer, ditto580
John, Duke of Montagu, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe, ditto1500
Edmund Dummer, Clerk of the Wardrobe, ditto3110
George Hutchinson and John Elrington, ditto468
129192
annual payments to the Officers of the Wardrobe:
John Duke of Montagu, Keeper
10000
Edmund Dummer, Clerk24184
Thomas Foley, Auditor, for his fee9168
21650
usual allowances to this Accomptant for battelage etc.9124
total payments and allowances£115,163156
and so the Accomptant is in Surplusage
Declared 6 August 1719.
70,9337

Auditors' Memorandum.—The said Surplusage of 70,933l. 7s.d. (whereof 67,669l. 8s.d. relates to the Wardrobe before 1 Aug. 1714 and the remainder, 3,263l. 18s. 5d., hath arisen since that time) is occasioned by allowing the whole annual expense of the Office, according to the ancient method, but it does not appear what remains unpaid, vouchers not having been produced to the Auditors.

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CIVIL LIST: KING'S PENSIONS.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1924, ROLL 13 [A.O.1/1924/13].

William Clayton, Paymaster of the King's Pensions and other Allowances.

15 December 1715 to 20 December 1716.

Charge.£s.d.
Arrears: none, this being the Accomptant's first Accomptnil
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term, 2 George I, in part of 15,000l. for the relief of the poor French Protestants by Royal Sign Manual of 15 Dec. 1715, 2 George I, under General Privy Seal of 29 Sept. 1714
7,50000
Michaelmas term, 3 George I, in full of the same7,50000
Michaelmas term, 2 George I, in part of 50,000l. to be paid according to Establishments, by Privy Seal of 26 Jan., 2 George I40000
Easter term, 2 & 3 George I, in further part of the same32,8460
Michaelmas term, 3 George I, in further part of the same11,71217
total payments and allowances£59,95817
Discharge.£s.d.
Money paid by this Accomptant for the relief of the poor French Protestants:
to Captain Steven Deguilhon to be distributed to the French clergy 3,000l.; and to Nicholas Rambouillet de la Sabliere and Lewis Desclouseaux for the French laity 12,000l.
15,00000
pensions and allowances pursuant to two Establishments under the Royal Sign Manual and by special Warrants:
by the Great Establishment of 18 April 1716:
the Countess Dowager of Arlington; year to 24 June 1716
1,00000
Katherine Armstrong; same time10000
Mary Armstrong; same time10000
Thomas Atterbury; same time10000
John Arnold; same time4000
Nehemiah Arnold, for Susannah Arnold; same time3000
Mathias Ascough; same time3000
Mary Ashton; same time3000
Margaret Abernathy; same time2000
Mary Austen; same time800
Sir Thomas Allen; same time15000
Elizabeth Aspinwal; same time4000
Richard, Earl of Bellamart; same time30000
Col. Baggot, an old soldier; same time20000
Jane Berkley; same time20000
Rebecca Bruges, alias Pride; same time8000
Theodore Bellasis; same time15000
Williamina Bunce; same time5000
Deborah Birch; three quarters to Ladyday 171615000
Susanna Benson; year to 24 June 17165000
Elizabeth Battle, widow of Dr. Battle; same time5000
Richard Miller, for Brasseley's children; same time4400
Elizabeth Bedford; same time4000
Richard Bradley; same time4000
Anne Bing; same time4000
Walter Butler; same time3000
Grizel Burgill; same time4000
John Butts; same time3000
John Button; same time2776
Elizabeth Boucher; same time2000
Mary Boucher; same time2000
Elizabeth Belcher; same time2000
Martha Bastin; same time2000
Jane Bell; same time2000
Katherine Buck; same time1500
Sarah Browne; same time1100
Elizabeth Batten, widow, from the Princess; same time1000
Jean Guenon de Beaubuisson and Anne and Jane, her daughters; same time10000
Thomas Beverley; same time10000
Matthew Bosch; same time10000
Eastern Buckholtz, valet de chambre to the late Prince George of Denmark; same time5000
Matthew Barrow, keeper of the said late Prince's plate; same time2000
John Brotherson, groom to the said late Prince; same time1500
John, Lord Colepepper; same time60000
Countess Dowager of Cassillis; same time20000
Sir Henry Dutton Colt; same time20000
Thomas Cornwallis; same time10000
Edith Colledge; same time15000
Anne Christian; same time6000
Ursula Church; same time4000
Magdalen Cunningham; same time3000
Elizabeth Calvert; same time3000
Joanna Crowe, Administratrix of Capt. Timothy Crow, deceased, for his pension; Michaelmas quarter 17157100
Joanna Clark, Administratrix of Matthew Clarke, deceased, for his pension; three quarters and 77 days to 10 June 1716194
Anne Colins; year to 24 June 17162000
Marmaduke Conway; same time2000
Elianora Conway; same time2000
Thomas Chamberlaine; same time1800
Isaac Crocker; same time1200
Eleanor Clauson; same time800
Edmond Chaloner, for Farquhar's children; same time2000
Stephen Caillaud; same time20000
Visconte Cigala; same time5000
Agnetta Cowper; same time20000
Joanna Cutts; same time10000
Louise de Cire; same time3000
Elie Canolle and Mary Magdalen his wife; same time2000
Anne de Connel; same time1500
Martha Collins; same time4000
Susannah Clarke; half year to Xmas 1715500
Countess Dowager of Dalhousie; year to 24 June 171620000
Susanna Durell; same time30000
Jane Dummer, daughter of Edmond Dummer, late Surveyor of the Navy; same time15000
Elizabeth Doyley; same time10000
Dame Jane Dowglass and her daughter; same time7000
Anne Duke; same time45126
John Dwyre, in lieu of 2s. a day at the Exchequer; same time36100
Hester Dawson; same time3000
Elizabeth Disney; same time2000
Anne Disney; same time2000
Jane Dickenson; same time2000
Mary de Rambure Deaucourt; same time2500
Anne Eden; same time10000
Bachelier De Lespine; half year to Xmas 17151000
Charles, Lord Fitzwalter; year to 24 June 171660000
Lucius Henry, Lord Faulkland; same time40000
Henry Fowbert; same time50000
Anne Feilding, for herself and four brothers and sisters; same time25000
Elizabeth Farthing; same time10000
Susannah Foxten, a Colonel's widow; three quarters to Ladyday 17167500
James James, Administrator of Benjamin la Fountaine; quarter year and 55 days to 23 Nov. 17152008
Anne Fitzharry; year to 24 June 17165000
Rebecca Foster; same time3000
William Fachin, an old soldier; same time2776
Rebecca Flower; same time2000
Judith Fitzharry; same time2000
Oswald Fawne; same time1800
Martha Francis; same time5000
Susanne Farey de Mue and Caterine Farey, her niece; same time4000
Mary Griffith, relict of a late Commissioner of the Salt Duties in great want; same time30000
William Grahme; same time20000
Alice Grahme, widow of Dr. Grahme; same time15000
Elizabeth Grove, widow of Bishop Grove; same time10000
Edward Godfrey; same time14000
John Gosling, clerk; same time5000
Gregory Genning; same time5000
Bernard Gates; same time4000
Mary Grahme, widow; same time4000
Isabella Guillmis; same time2000
Anne Gourney; half year to Xmas 17151000
Amy Goldesbrough; year to 24 June 17162000
Elizabeth Gibson; same time1500
Eleanor Goddard; same time1200
Sir Rowland Gwynn; same time40000
John Godfried Gulman; same time10000
Daniel Guery; same time5000
Isaac Groguet; same time3500
Anne Grimaudet; same time2500
Charlotte Gousset; same time1600
Anne de la Guiminiere; same time1500
Judith Hawley; same time30000
Elizabeth, Lady Hay; three quarters to Ladyday 171615000
George Frederick Hendall [Handel]; year to 24 June 171620000
Col. Philip Howard; same time20000
Henrietta Howard; same time20000
Marianna Herbert, Executrix of Philip Herbert, deceased, for his pension for half a year and 77 days to 12 March 1715–16142310
James Howard, son of Col. Philip Howard; year to 24 June 171612000
Lucy Howard, relict of Edward Howard; same time10000
Katherine Hildsley; same time5000
Elizabeth Hyde; same time5000
Maj. Nathaniel Hill, an old soldier; same time5000
Katherine Harlackendon; same time4000
Mary Hill; same time4000
George Holder; same time2200
Sarah Hussey; same time1500
Elizabeth Hall; same time2000
Elizabeth Harris; same time2000
Mary Hutton; same time1234
Penelope Hutton; same time1234
Anne Head; three quarters to Lady Day 17167100
Tabitha Haughton; year to 24 June 17161000
Thomas, Lord Howard of Effingham; same time80000
William, Lord Hunsdon; same time60000
Ruperta Howe; same time50000
John George Hugk, Secretary to the late Prince George of Denmark; same time20000
James Herault; same time6000
Margaret Humphreys; same time3000
Elizabeth Wood, Administratrix of Samuel Johnson, clerk; half year to Xmas 171515000
Mary, Lady Inchiquin; year to 24 June 171620000
the Earl of Jersey, for his younger brother; same time10000
Dr. John Irish; quarter to Michaelmas 17152500
Frances Ireland; year to 24 June 17165000
Jane Ireland; same time5000
Evert Jollivert; same time5000
Margaret Jolliffe; same time2000
Barbara Killigrew, Executrix of Barbara Killigrew, widow of Sir Robert Killigrew, for her pension; at 150l. per an.; half year and 26 days to 20 Jan. 1715–168513
Alice King; year to 24 June 171610000
Mary Kerr; same time10000
Mary Kirke, widow, till her son be provided for; same time10000
Margaret Butler, Executrix of Elizabeth Killigrew daughter of William Killigrew, for her pension; Michaelmas quarter 17152000
Abraham Kemp; year to 24 June 17144000
Anne Kerche; same time2000
Hamnet Kirkes; same time10000
Barbara Killigrew; at 50l. per an.; 20 Jan. 1715–16, when her mother Dame Barbara died [as above] to 24 June 17162154
Charlotte, Lady Lovelace, for herself and son; 1¼ years to 29 Sept. 171650000
Susannah Leighton; year to 24 June 171610000
Martha Lockhart; same time30000
Richard Lloyd and John Jones; same time10000
Oliver Lambert, a younger son of the late Earl of Cavan, until otherwise provided for; same time5000
Mary Leigh; same time5000
Richard Longbottom; same time5000
Josina Lower; same time2000
Joanna Launce; three quarters to Ladyday 17167100
Susanna Laverney; year to 24 June 17162500
John Laynng; same time10000
Lady Mary Mordington; same time2000
Lady Ann Morgan; same time20000
Sarah Mathews, widow of Col. Mathews; same time10000
Frances McKenzie and her daughters; same time15000
Sir Winwood Mowat; same time4000
Elizabeth Minshall; same time5000
Margaret Morrison; same time4000
Milborne Maddox, an old soldier; same time3000
Elizabeth McDonnell; same time3000
Elizabeth Mcracken; same time3000
Mary Marshall; same time3000
Abraham Magney; same time5000
David Morris; same time2000
Rachel, Anne and Frances Mansell; same time3000
Mary MacNeal; same time2000
Mary Mitchell; same time2000
Sarah Miller; same time1340
Margaret Marr; same time1500
Jane Mathews; same time10000
Jane May; same time10000
Daniel Martines; same time10000
Francis Macon; same time2500
Margaret Marolles; same time2500
Elizabeth de Maulevirer; same time2500
John Christoft de Martini, Reader of the Lutheran Chapel; same time4000
Samuel de Neufville, and Mariane his wife; same time2000
Susanna, Lady Newport; same time20000
Cecilia Newbery; same time4000
Judith North; same time2000
Elizabeth Newman; same time2000
Hannah Neville; same time8000
Rebecka Oates, relict of Doctor Oates; same time30000
Frances Otway; same time1000
Judith Offranville; same time2000
Guy Palmes, to be paid into his own hands; same time60000
William Palmes senior; three quarters to Ladyday 171630000
Lady Mary Phillips; year to 24 June 171615000
Robert Paltock; same time4000
Lady Mary Prestwich; same time4000
Rowland Peirce; same time4000
George Purdon, Administrator of Mary Purdon, deceased, for her pension; half year and 31 days to 26 Jan. 1715–1623711½
Frances Plunkett; year to 24 June 17163000
Anne Pack; same time3000
Rebecca Pauldon; same time2500
Edward Purcell; same time2000
Jane Pigott; same time2000
William Powell; same time2000
Charles Palmer; same time2000
Anne Pugh; same time2000
Samuel Pack; same time1000
Christian de Plessen; same time40000
Edmond Feilding, Administrator of Col. Frederick Penantier, for the Colonel's pension; half year and 20 days to 14 Jan. 1715–165597
Jane Pellett; year to 24 June 17165000
Phillippe de Passac; three quarters to Ladyday 171618150
Mary Pasquet; year to 24 June 17162000
Cecilia Presgrave; same time4000
Mary Peates; same time2000
Dorothy Phillipps; same time8000
Henry Quinn; same time6000
John Rowley; same time15000
Joanna Rivet; same time10000
Lieut.-Col. Francis Raynsford; three quarters to Ladyday 17167500
Elizabeth Ramsey; year to 24 June 171610000
Frances Rawleigh, widow of Philip Rawleigh, same time10000
Mary Robins, Queen Mary's Goddaughter; same time4000
Anne Richbell; same time4000
Charlotte Ricant; same time4000
Deborah Rolleston; same time3000
Magdalen Ross; same time3000
Mary Reeves; same time6000
Elizabeth Rossington; same time3000
Capt. Roger Raven; same time2776
Anne Reynolds, Administratrix of Arthur Reynolds deceased, for his pension; half year and 38 days to 1 Feb. 1715–1616109
Elizabeth Reynolds; three quarters to Ladyday 17167100
Katherine Roberts; year to 24 June 17161000
Peter La Roche, valet de chambre to the late Prince George of Denmark; same time10000
Jean de Rigo; same time2500
Guillaume de Ruel; same time2500
George Sayers, Vice-Chamberlaine to the late Queen Mary; same time50000
Sir John Sayers; same time20000
Charles Shales, for Capt. Shales's daughters; for a debt owing to their father; same time10000
Margaret Swinton; same time5000
Thomas Smith, an old soldier; same time3000
Rabsey Smithsby; same time2000
Richard Sydenham; same time2000
Victoria Slingsby; same time2000
Mary Shelly; same time41100
Mary Simmons; same time2000
Elizabeth Sewell; same time2000
Grace Simson, Administratrix of George Simson, deceased, for his pension; three quarters and 21 days to 15 April 17161630
Elizabeth Slingsby; year to 24 June 17162000
Margaret Simpson; same time1500
Sarah Simpson; same time1500
Mary Saintlo; same time1000
Anne Struther; same time1000
Edward, Earl of Sandwich; same time80000
Maynard, Duke of Schomberg; same time1,00000
Godfried Steidell, porter of the Lutheran chapel2000
Mary Sundt, laundress to the late Prince George of Denmark; same time1500
Elizabeth Sherman; same time107100
George Townshend; same time20000
Margaret Tow[n]shend, widow of the late Clerk of the Wardrobe; same time10000
Dorothy Torway, late Mrs. Hyde; same time5000
Mary Thornycroft; same time6000
Elizabeth Tottersell; same time2000
Windham Thompson; same time1000
Clifton Thompson; half year to Xmas 1715500
Katherine Tessin; year to 24 June 17161000
Magdalen Thomas; same time1000
Thomas Tagg; same time1000
Martha de Teilhac; same time1500
Rachel Thomas; same time6000
James Vernon, senior; same time60000
Col. Villiers's children, by the hands of Lady Orkney; same time20000
Anne Villiers, widow of Col. Villiers; same time10000
Alice Vaughan; same time2000
Elizabeth Verboon; same time2000
Jaques Vezian; same time5000
John Uvedale, by the hands of Neville Ridley; half year to Midsummer 171510000
George Whichcoate; three quarters to Ladyday 171630000
Elizabeth Winstanley, ‘widow of the Ingineer that built the Edystone’; year to 24 June 171610000
Elizabeth Waggott; same time8000
William Watson; same time8000
Elizabeth Wandesford; same time5000
Margaret Whittle; same time4000
Winifred Whaley, widow of Col. Whaley; half year to Xmas 17151500
Mary Walter; year to 24 June 17162000
Sarah Wright; same time2000
Anne and Elizabeth Wilkinson; same time4000
Jane Walter; same time1500
Anne Whittle; same time2000
John Whittle, clerk, who came over with King William; same time2600
Teresa Wroughton; same time600
Katherine Walters; same time500
Court Walklin, substitute Privy Purse to the late Prince George of Denmark; same time10000
Richard Watts; same time5000
Margaret Watson; same time10000
Dame Katherine Walter; same time20000
Didrick Walters, junior; same time10000
Mercy Young; three quarters to Ladyday 171622100
Frances Yonge; same time22100
witnesses in the assassination plot against King William, viz.: Capt. George Porter, and Capt. Richard Fisher at 260l. each per an., same time, 520l.; Capt. William Royce, same time, 156l.; Thomas Bartram, same time, 78l.; Robert Inwood, Michaelmas quarter 1715, 19l. 10s.; John Lunt, at 52l. per an. and Edward Brown at 26l. per an., each for year to 24 June 1716, 78l.851100
Robert Canon, sub-almoner, for private pensions (less 200l. paid on account); same time60000
the same, for the Arabick Professor at Oxford and Cambridge (less 25l. on account)7500
Thomas Barclay, Minister of Albany in New York; same time5000
the Bishop of London, for a Minister in New England; same time10000
the same, for maintaining Henry and John Giraud; same time6000
Robert Milling, Minister of the English Church at the Hague; same time3000
Rice Evans, Minister of the English Church at Amsterdam; same time10000
John Mapletoft, Minister of the English Church at Rotterdam; Michaelmas quarter 17152500
John Turner, Minister of Greenwich, in lieu of tithes for Greenwich Park; three quarters to Ladyday 171631610½
Anthony Marie de la Croze, Vicar of Old Windsor, in lieu of tithes for lands laid into Windsor Great Park; year to 24 June 17162500
Samuel Coxall, Rector of Hampton Church, in lieu of tithes for lands inclosed in Hampton Court Park; same time3618
the same, as Chaplain of Hampton Court Palace; same time5000
Timothy Pool, Reader at Hampton Court Palace; same time2000
Pierre Gually, Minister of the French Church at Wapping; same time4000
Frances Howerdine; three quarters to Ladyday 17166000
Nathaniel Hough, afternoon Preacher at Kensington; year to 24 June 17162000
Benjamin Power, Schoolmaster at Wapping; same time2000
Tregonwell Frampton, John Dighton and William Clayton, Trustees of the School at Newmarket, for the Schoolmaster there; same time5000
Charles Collins, Schoolmaster at Kensington; same time3000
Richard Reeve, Mayor, and Thomas Dawson, Vicar of New Windsor, for the Schoolmaster there; same time3000
John Conrade Wernley, clerk, for service in Switzerland; same time10000
William Sumner and Richard Reeve, successively Mayors, and Richard Church, Churchwarden, for the church and poor at New Windsor; same time5000
the same, for lands laid into the House Park5000
the same, for the Corporation of Windsor, for loss in their bridge toll by building Datchett Bridge; same time2000
Timothy Poole, Ralph Rance and Daniel Ryley, Churchwardens of Hampton, for the poor; same time5000
Nathan Browne and William French, Churchwardens of Westminster, in lieu of a poor rate formerly charged on Kensington House; same time500
the same, for the poor of St. Margaret's, Westminster; same time5000
the same, for the Hospital in Tuttlefeilds; same time5000
James Timberlake and John Bird, Churchwardens of St. Martin's in the Fields, for the poor; same time10000
Richard Dee and John Rolfe, Churchwardens of St. James's, for the poor; same time5000
Thomas Beckington and John Hearne, Churchwardens of Kensington, for the poor; same time2500
John Millington, Minister of Kensington, for tithes; same time0176
William How and Richard Marsh, Surveyors of the Highways of Paddington; same time1100
Thomas Griffith, Churchwarden of Paddington; same time0150
John Robertson, Collector of tithes at Paddington; same time100
31,591010¾
on further Establishment of like date:
payments made to French Refugees, persons of quality and others, by the hands of Jacob de la Motte Blagny:
Mary and Madelene Alix; year to 24 June 1716
6000
Abel Tassin d'Alonne, who was Secretary to the late Queen Mary and afterwards to King William; same time20000
Elizabeth Boucher; same time5000
Judith Benigne and Charlotte de Goisy; same time4500
Anne de Boisraussau; same time3000
Mary Boiteau; same time3000
Mary Beveridge; same time3000
Edward and Maximilian Bourdigues; same time3000
Elizabeth de la Bairre; same time3000
Henriette de Bellefons; same time3000
Catherine de Bourbon; same time3600
Rose Bariave; same time2500
Anne de la Borde; same time2400
Jean de Rossieres, Executor of Mary Barnier, for her pension; half year and 34 days to 28 Jan. 1715–1611173
Katherine du Bac; year to 24 June 17162000
Isaac Bataille, Executor of Isabeau de Brasselai, for her pension; half year and 32 days to 26 Jan. 1715–161115
Susanne le Blanc; year to 24 June 17162000
John Braguier and Catherine Des Fos; same time2000
Anne Coladon, Executrix of Marie du Barquet, for her pension, half year and 59 days to 22 Feb. 1715–16, and to James Maxwell, thence to 24 June 17162000
Pierre Balnier; year to 24 June 17163000
Judith Beconne; same time1500
Francois de Grandy de Bette; same time1500
Isabella de Bacalan; same time1500
Judith de Brugene; same time1200
Mary Berault; same time3000
Marie de Breville; same time1200
Susanne de Bette; same time1200
Jean Barn; same time2000
Claude du Bos; same time2000
Daniel Bascoul; same time2000
Charlotte Barbott; same time3000
Marie Bonnet; same time1500
Lucrece de Chavernay; same time5000
Marie de Champagne; same time4000
Susanne de Cantiran; same time4000
Henriette du Haut Charmois; same time3600
Hester de Civile; same time3000
Madeline Chamier; same time2500
Marie and Susanne de Champlorier; same time3000
Madelene de la Chainay; same time2000
Marie de la Chainay; same rate; same time2000
Margarett de la Croisette; same time2000
Marie and Catherine du Chail; same time2000
Anne Gabriele Gossarde; same time2000
Marie Anne de Court; same time1500
Marie Jolie de Chadignac; same time1200
Anne de Cloux; same time1000
Catherine de St. Claire; same time2000
Camille Catelet; same time2500
Marie Anne de Courie; same time1500
Marie de Chabane; same time1000
Marie Anne de Charoue; same time1500
Charlotte Dangeaux; same time10000
Marke Antoine Davessein de Moncal and Madelaine his wife; same time10000
Anne de Veille; same time5000
Claude d'Avesnes; same time4000
Madelaine d'Ornant; same time3000
Catherine de Dollon; same time3000
Elizabeth Sixte d'Alem; same time3000
Francois d'Allon; same time2500
Marthe d'Offranville; same time2500
Claude Duncan; same time2000
Elizabet Marmande d'Atere; same time2000
Marie d'Ancourt; same time2000
Catherine Prat de la Devese; same time2000
Angelique Doudart; same time1200
Lovise Daqneaux; same time1500
Isaac d'Alais, who was Secretary to the late Queen Anne at the Court of Hanover10000
Jean de Rossieres, Administrator of Madelaine Errard; quarter year and 16 days to 15 Oct. 1715141310
Susanne, Duchesse de la Force; year to 24 June 171650000
Mesdemoiselles de Grosmenil, de Magny et Dasinere for the use of the Society of French Gentlewomen at the Hague; year to 24 June 171620000
Blanche de Fourniere; same time2500
Marie de la Feriere; same time2400
Marie Benique de Franquefort; same time2000
Louise de Foissac; same time2000
Bernardine de Falquerolles; same time1200
Pierre Falaissau; same time20000
Marie de Lisle de Gast; same time5000
Anne Daniele de Granque and Susanne her daughter; same time4000
Francois Guiraude; same time4000
Anne Grosvener; same time3000
Anne Guernie; same time3000
Marie Gacherie; same time2000
Angelique Le Goux; same time2000
Mariane Anne le Gendre; same time2000
Hester Golim; same time1500
Benigue Germain and Susanne his wife; same time2000
the Princess of Holsteinbeck; same time20000
Charlotte Justel; same time6000
Marie Jancourt; same time2000
Marie Jouneau; same time1000
Henriette de Champagne de Juigny; same time2500
Margaritte Jolie; same time2000
Anne, Margaritte, Levince and Marie, the four daughters of Amalie Reysers; same time2400
Jeanne de Bene de Louvigni; same time4000
Henriette et Marie de Louvigni, her daughters; same time6000
Marie de Lomarie; same time3000
Constance de la Marie; same time2000
Louise de Lannay; same time2000
Olympe de Longueverne; same time2000
Margaritte Loranie; same time1500
Hester and Lucrece de Longueverne; same time3000
Jean Larden; same time2500
Louise du Frezer du Mesnil Lambert; same time2000
Anne de Langrac; same time5000
Helena de Marancin et Marie Cornete; same time7000
Marie de Monceau, sister of the late Major General de la Meloniere; same time5000
Susanne de Molan; same time4000
Charlotte Tallomant de Marmande; same time4000
Louise Aimee de la Mangere; same time3000
Marie and Hester du Mont; same time3000
Henriette Marie de la Muce; same time3000
Madelaine de la Martinerie; same time3000
Anne de Mauclere; same time4000
Susanne Culan de St. Mesme; same time2000
Francois, Jean, Catherine and Margaritte Marioge; same time2000
Charlotte Monguion; same time1500
Anne Gabriele de Montmeillan; same time1500
Anne Guinebaut de la Milliere; same time1500
Michael de Monsegur; same time1500
Susanne Marolles; same time1200
Jeanne Moucharde; same time1200
Isaac de Matray; same time1000
George Maturin, Minister; same time5000
Louise, Marquise Desbiars de Montgomery; same time3000
Anne and Gabriele, two sisters of Martigni; same time3000
Jean Rene de Montigni, Gentleman to the late Queen Mary; same time10000
Jean de la Menardiere, same time4000
Catherine d'Aufraine, Administratrix of Le Baron de Neufville, for his pension; three quarters and 59 days to 23 May 1716184
Claude Margaritte de Neufville; year to 24 June 17162000
Prince of Nassau Seigen; same time10000
Susannah Petit; same time4000
Victoria Pardaillan; same time3000
Susanne la Penotiere; same time2500
Marie Francoise de St. Paul; same time2500
Susanne Paliet; same time2000
Bonne Green de Percourt; same time2000
Elizabeth de Perigoix; same time2000
Hipolite de Pressac; same time2000
Andre, Pierre and Henriette de la Primandage; same time1500
Marie de Pechelves; same time2500
Marie de la Pie; same time1500
Louise Pignot; same time1500
Marie Pignot; same time1500
Pierre Perault; same time4000
Clement Patonier; same time4000
Susanne and Catherine de Portneuf; same time3000
Mary Peerer; same time1500
Judith de Roux and Marie de Roux her daughter; same time2000
Jaqueline Gandeau de la Roche; same time1700
Judith Ricard; same time1500
Francoise Marie Renault; same time1200
Lady Charlotte de Rousire; same time40000
Jaques, Marquis de Rochegude; same time10000
Jeane de Rochegude; same time5000
Mark Antoine Reboul; same time2000
Elizabet and Susanne Robothon; same time4000
Constantin de Reneville; same time5000
Catherine Seigler; same time5000
Jeane de la Salle; same time4000
Pierre Rival and Isaac Bataille, Executors of Elizabeth Salnave, for her pension; half year and 79 days to 14 March 1715–162813
Susanne de Sarriere; year to 24 June 17163000
Susanne de Sercler; same time2000
Blanche Samasan; same time1500
Henriette Samasan; same time1500
Francis Sarette; same time1200
Margaritte Saran; same time1000
Susanne Saran; same time1000
Marie de Samasan; same time1500
Mad[elaine] de Sousselles, for the Society of Harlem; same time2000
Amilie de Stirhum; same time5000
Marie Urseline de Stirhum; same time5000
Henriette Pons de Thors; same time6000
Pierre de la Touche; same time5000
Marie de Thiere and Marie de Blagny; same time6000
Elizabet Benigne Torteron; same time3400
Judith de Proisy Debte de Tugny; same time3000
Bernard de Vigneau; same time8000
Claude de Veneville; same time7000
Michael le Vasor; same time6000
Margaritte and Henriette de Villeneuve; same time4000
Thomase La Cour Viscouse; same time3000
Judith Valentine; same time2500
Elizabeth Verron; same time1500
Marie Venier; same time1500
Elizabet de Vebron; same time1200
Marie Verveillon; same time1200
Marie St. Faust Viscouse; same time2500
Francoise Verriere; same time1500
Gabrielle de Rosset, aveugle; (fn. 2) same time1200
Isabelle de la Verriere; same time1600
Nicholas de Rambouillet de la Sabliere and Lovisa Madelaine, his wife, at 150l. per an. out of the arrears of dead persons; Midsummer quarter 171637100
7,1641311¼
payments made for pensions and Royal Bounty pursuant to several Warrants under the Royal Sign Manual:
Richard Marshall, for keeping the King's Stud at Hampton Court and six running horses at Newmarket; by Royal Sign Manual of 15 Nov. 1715; year to 24 June 1716
1,60000
Ruperta Howe, widow of Emanuel Scroop Howe, as of the Royal Bounty and in consideration that her Establishment Pension took effect only from Midsummer 1715; by Royal Sign Manual of 14 June 1716.50000
Henry Wise, Treasurer of the Charity School at Kensington, for the use of the said Charity School; by Royal Sign Manual of 10 Sept. 1716; year to 24 June 17165000
the late Prince of Denmark's Musick viz. James Paisible and John Ernest Gaillard [John Aubert] Stephen Lefever, Humphrey Denby, James [Graves], William Smith, Charles Babell and Peter La Tour; by Royal Sign Manual of 1 Oct. 1716; from 1 Oct. 1714 to [24 June 1716] (fn. 3) 1,13113
3,28113
(total payments as above 42,037l. 8s.d.)
Exchequer fees and incident expenses:
Robert Beresford, for so much disbursed, Charles Bint and Thomas Boniface for their allowance, Xmas quarter 1715, for carrying votes etc.
8378
Riding charges and fees to Auditors:
the Accomptant for his own riding charges at 40l. per an and for those of his clerk at 5l. per an., 45l., and for fees to Thomas Foley for auditing this Accompt 62l.
10700
total payments and allowances£57,98117
and so this Accountant is Indebted
Declared 1 April 1717.
1,97700

Footnotes

1 That this is the true meaning appears from the Roll of the previous year, of which the parts relating to the Funeral and the Coronation are in English.
2 i.e. a blind woman [see e.g. A.O.1. 1924/15]
3 [Missing names supplied from A.O.1/1924/14].