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Liveries and Fees. 308

Liveries and Fees.


l.s.d.
Annual Allowance for Potation-Money,21304
For Gathering Sir J. Philpot's Lands,
and Overseeing that Account,
40000
For Gathering Rents of Mr. Carpenter's
Lands, &c as to that Account,
11000
For Gathering Rents of Sir John Rain-
well's Lands,
61304
To Mr. Common-Serjeant, his Fee,400000
To him, for his Summer and Winter
Livery, each 2l. 13s. 4d.
5608
To Mr. Town-Clerk, for his Fee,200000
For Loss of Fees for Prisoners released,
not able, annually,
3608
For Engrossing the Repertory, annually,40000
To him, for his Summer and Winter
Livery, each 2l. 13s. 4d.
5608
To him, for his Eldest Clerks Two Li-
veries, each 1l. 10s.
30000
To Mr. Comptroller, for his Fee,400000
To him, for his Summer and Winter
Livery, each 2l. 13s. 4d.
5608
To him, for his Ann. Riding Charges,60000
To him, for Overseeing Radcliff Lands,
per Ann.
1304
To him, for his Reward at the Audit,61304
To him, for Examining the General,
and Finsbury Account,
1304
To him, for Examining Sir J. Philpot's,
Carpenter's, and Rainwell's Accounts,
21000
To the City's Auditor, for his Fee,200000
To him, for keeping the Account,
Debtor and Creditor, per Ann.
800000
To him, for his Summer and Winter
Livery, each 2l. 13s. 4d.
5608
To the Two Judges of the Sheriffs-
Court, to each two Liveries: Sum-
mer at 2l. Winter at 2l. 13s. 4d.
9 608
To the Four Pleaders, to each a Livery
for Winter, at 3l.
120000
To the Four Attorneys in the Mayor's-
Court; Sum. Liveries, at 40s. each;
and to each 4 Yards of Cloth, at 16s.
for Winter Liveries,
2016 00
To the Eldest Pleader, his Fee per Ann.30000
To the Three others, each 40s.60000
To the Steward of Finsbury, his Fees,40000
To him, for a Winter Livery,3608
Fees payable to his Clerk,2304
To the 3d Clerk in the Mayor's-Court,
keeping the Journal,
14608
To the Cl. of Estreats under the Green Wax,250000
To the Cl. of the Peace for Middlesex,3608
To the Keeper of the Gaol of Newgate,3608
To the Clerk of the Chamber,10608
To him, his Reward at the Audit,20000
His Winter Livery, 4 Yards, at 16s.3400
His Summer, 1l. 12s.112 00
For his engrossing of Orphans Debts, and
drawing and examining Accounts,
19608
For his Annual Allowance,9608
To Mr. Chamberlain's Clerk, his Fee,100000
Gratuities to the 4 Clerks of the Privy-
Council, Two Guineas each,
81200
To their 4 Under-Clerks, each 20s.40000
To 2 Council-Chamber Keepers, and 2 Pri-
vy-Gallery Keepers, each 40s.
80000
To Mr. Swordbearer, for his Fee, 48l.; of
discharg'd Prisoners, 13s. 4d.; Reward
at Audit, 3l. 6s. 8d.
52 0000
To the City-Remembrancer, for his Fee,200000
To him, for his Winter Livery,21304
To Mr. Sollicitor, for his Fee,261304
To him, for his Winter Livery,21304
To Mr. Common-Cryer, his Fee,300000
l.s.d.
His Reward at the Audit,20000
To him, for his Two Liveries, each 53s. 4d.5608
To Mr. Common-Hunt, his Fee,92608
To him, for his Servant,3608
To him, for his 2 Liveries, at 2l. 13s. 4d. each,5608
To his said Servant, 2 Liveries,21304
To Mr. Water-Bailiff, his Fee,600000
For his 2 Liveries,56 08
For his Reward at the Audit,3608
To the Eldest Serjeant, first Carver, Fee,27608
To him, for Reward at the Audit,20000
To the Second Carver, Fee 43l. 6s. 8d. and
Reward at the Audit, 2l.
25608
To the Third Carver, ditto, Rew. at Audit, dit.25608
To the 3 Serjeants of the Chamber, to each
13l. 16s. for their Fee,
41800
To them, for 2 Liveries each, at 1l. 12s.91200
To them, for Reward at the Audit, each 6s. 8d.10000
To the Serjeant of the Channel, for his Fee,141600
To him, for 2 Liveries,3400
To the Keeper of Guildhall, for his Fee,11600
His 2 Liveries, 4l. 16s.; and his Reward at
the Audit, 6s. 8d.
5208
To the Verger of the Chapel, his Fee,50000
To the Sweeper of Guildhall,30000
To the Yeoman of the Chamber, Fee,71600
To him, for 2 Liveries,3400
For his Reward at the Audit,1600
For the Foreign Taker, Fee,3400
To him, for 2 Liveries,21600
To the 4 Yeomen of the Waterside; Fee 20l.
per Ann. each,
800000
To the Under-Water-Bailiff, his Fee,101008
To him, for 2 Liveries,21600
To the Yeoman of the Chanel, his Fee,91400
To him, for 2 Liveries,21600
To the 6 Young Men, to each 8l. 13s. 4d.520000
To 5 of them for Summer Liveries, at 1l. 8s.70000
To the said Five, for 4 Yards of Cloth, at 12s.
per Yard, for Winter,
14800
To the first Yeoman of the Wood-Wharf, Fee,9400
To him, for 2 Liveries,21600
To the Second Yeoman of the Wood-Wh. Fee,30000
To him, 4 Yards of Cloth at 12s. and a Sum-
mer Livery, 1l. 8s.
31600
Two Meal-Weighers, Fee, each 5l. 4s.10800
To them, 4 Yards of Cloth, 4l. 16s. Sum-
mer, 2l. 16s.
71200
To the Clerk of the City Works, Fee,100000
To him, more, for 2 Liveries,3400
To the Keeper of the Pest-House, his Fee,13608
To the 2 Keepers of Moorfields, Fee 10l. each,200000
To the Renter of Finsbury, his Fee,3608
To him, for his Winter Livery,20000
To the Bailiff of Finsbury, Livery,1400
To the Under-Bailiff of Finsbury,001304
To the Barge-Masters Livery, 1l. 6s. 8d.
Fee, 7l. 6s. 8d.
81304
To the First Marshal, his Fee,1000000
For keeping his Horse,100000
For his 6 Men,10910 00
To the Second Marshal, his Fee,600000
To the City Artificers, Carpenter, Mason,
Plaisterer, Plummer, Bricklayer, Smith,
Founder and Printer, each Fee 40s.
160000
To them, Cloth at 12s. per Yard, 4 Yards each,19400
To 7 of them, Summer Liveries, at 1l. 8s. each,91600
To the City's 8 Waights, each 6l. 13s. 4d.53608
To them, for Liveries,228 00
City Drum, Fife and L. Maior's Beadle, each 20s.30000
To them, for Liveries,300 00
To the Usher of the Exchequer Chamber, a Livery,30000
To Mr. Common Serjeant's Clerk, 2 Liveries,21304
To Mr. Recorder's Clerk, 4 Yards of Cloth,
2l. 8s. Summer, 1l. 6s. 8d.
31408
To the Clerk of Leaden-Hall, at 3l. per Week,1560000
To the Clerk of Newgate Market, ditto,1560000
To the Clerk of Honey-Lane Market, ditto,1560000
To the Under Wat. Bailiff, at 5s. per Week,130000
To the 4 Fruit-Meeters, at 10l. each,400000
Total243513 08

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