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To him for one yard of purple three pile Genoa uelvett

for Scabbards for two Swords for their Matles to be
girt with

xxvij:S To John Hay and George Crumpe Taylors for making a Robe of cloth of gold and purple lined with rich crimson taffaty and tied before with a band of rich gold and purple stuffe makeing one vest or close pall called a super tunic of cloth of gold with an armill of the same lined with the like taffaty also a crimson sattin surcoate lined with crimson taffaty a pair of Crimson Sattin breeches lined with taffaty and pocketts of the same with silk and ribbon to tye for the anointing and a/ [fo. 46. stiffned Collar with all other necessaries employed about the same.

vj:li xs [Yet For their Mats

Royall Robes &c. in m.]
To Them For a pair of Crimson silk trowses bound
with ribbon and all small Furniture

vjli To them for making a pair of sandalls and a pair of

Buskins of cloth of gold lined with Crimson taffaty
and all small furniture

xlviij:S To them for making a belt and girdle covered with

cloth of gold and lined with white tabby and siluer
buckles for both gilded

iiij:li To them For making a crimson sarcenett shirt with silk to it and ribbon to tye the openings

xj:vj:a To them For callicoe to cutt patterns for their Maties:

Robes
To them For making robes of rich gold and purple

stuffe &c. lined with Crimson taffaty with all neces-
saries for the Queene the same as for his Matie

ix:li xs To them For making a belt and girdle covered with

cloth of gold and lined with white tabby silver
buckles for both gilded for her Matie

iiij.li To Samuell Day Linnendraper for fourteene Ells and

an half of superfine Cambrick Holland for his Ma:ties
shirt and Colobium Syndonis

xiij:li xv:s vj:a To Jane Harwood For making the Colobium Syndonis

laced with fine Flanders lace with wings to it of the
same Holland and making the said shirt

xli:S vj:a To Katherine Mulyes for fourteen yards of fine bone lace for the said Colobium Syndonis

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[Yett For their Ma:ts
Royal Robes in m.]
To the aforesaid Jane Harwood for makeing four

quoifes and starching and for two pair of Linnen
gloves for their Ma.ts

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To Edith Colledge & Judith Radcliffe For eight

Ells of Holland for a shirt wastcoate and cap for his
Ma:ties owne person

vij:li iiij:S To them for fifty two yards three quarters of lace for the said shirt wastcoate and capp

cxlij:'i vij: vjd To them for making and laceing the shirt To them for making and laceing the wastcoate

xx:S To them for marking the shirt and wastcoate

v:S To them for making and laceing the Capp To them for starching the shirt and wastcoate

v:S To them for a peece of white Sattin Ribbon To John Hawgood Cutler for two gilt swords with velvett Scabbards for their Ma:ties to be girt with

iijli xiiij:S [For the Canopy carried ouer their Maties : in m.] To the aforesaid Samuell Coape for thirty three yards

of Murray gold and silver brocard for the walking
Canopy carried over their Marties

cxxv:li xij: vja To him for thirty one yards and a halfe of silver tabby to line the said Canopy

xviij:li ij:* iija To S: W:m Gostline and partner for sixteene yards of

deep needle gold twisted fringe and sixteene yards
of ditto edgeing for the said Canopy weight 268 oz
& an halfe venice

iiij:sx li xjs To them for twelve yards of fine twisted silver deep Fringe weight 189 oz venice

xlvij:li vs To them for one hundred forty one yards and halfe

of rich gold Cyphering purle chaine for the same xiiij:li iij:S [/Yett For the Canopy carried ouer their Ma:ties in m.] [fo. 56. To Thomas Roberts Joyner for a frame for the said

canopy to screw together with iron screws
To Richard Bealing for materialls and makeing the

said Canopy and all the ornaments at the corners
of the same and sewing silk used

vili x:S [For the anointing Pall: in m.] To the aforesaid Samuell Coape for eleaven yards of

rich white and gold brocard for the pall held over
their Ma:ties att their anointing

Lxvj:li To him for nine yards of white and gold Lutestring to line it

Liij:S To the aforesaid S.r W:m Gostline and partner for ten

yards and half of deep needle gold twisted fringe
for the said pall weight 76 oz.

xxij:li xvj:S To the aforesaid Richard Bealing for makeing the

said pall lined with taffaty and fringed with silk
used about the same

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[For the Altar cloth Pulpitt cloth Deske cloth cusheons carpett for the Lettany Deske & two cusheons to carry their Ma:ts Crownes on: in m.] To the aforesaid Samuell Coape for seven yards and

halfe of crimson three pile Genoa velvett for six
cusheons to putt round the altar in Westminster
Abby

x:"i ij:* vja To him for three Ells of crimson Florence taffaty to line

L. iiij:d ob. To him for Eleaven yards g of a rich gold and purple brocard for the altar peece pulpitt cloth and Desk cloth there

xlij:li xiij:* j.0 ob. To him for twelve yards of gold tabby to pane the altar peece and pulpitt cloth

vij:li x:S To him for three Ells į of purple Florence sarcenett to line the aforesaid pulpitt cloth

xxviij:& j.d ob. To him for nine yards of crimson narrow manto for the

carpett for the Littany Deske
To him for two yards of gold ground and silver rich

brocard for two cusheons to carry their Mats, crownes
on

xxviij:li xv:8 To the aforesaid Sr Wm Gostline for three yards and

three quarters of deep needle gold twisted fringe
seven yards of ditto edgeing and two yards of ditto
seaming weight xli oz

xij.li vj:S To him for Eight yards and halfe of needle gold

twisted fringe with purple silk under it weight xvij
OZ

iij:li xvij:s iiij:d To him for Eight gold and purled tassells with crimson shagg

iiij.li viij:* /[Yett For the said Altar cloth &c. in m.]

[fo. 7 To the aforesaid Richard Bealing for makeing the afore

said six cusheons of crimson velvett and for six
cusheons of downe for them

iiijli iiijs To him for makeing the said altar peece and pulpitt

cloth fringed with gold and silver and for silk used

about them To him for fine purple callicoe to line the altar peece vij:S vj:a To him for making the carpett of crimson taffaty for

the said Lettany Desk
To him for making the said two cusheons of cloth of

gold to carry their Ma:ties crownes on and for two
fine cusheons of downe for them

xxiiij:* [For chaires foot stooles cusheons

& faldstoole carpetts &c. for the
Abby & St. Edwards Chapp". in m.]

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COŘ. ORDERS.

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vid To the aforesaid Samuel Coape for twenty nine yards

and half of crimson three pile Genoa velvett for
two great chaires two footstooles and two cusheons
also a faldstoole carpett and two cusheons in West-
minster Abby

xxxix:li xvj:8 vj:: To him for seven Ells and quarter of crimson Florence taffaty to lyne

iiij:li xiiij: iija To him for sixteene yards and halfe of blew three pile Genoa velvett for two great chaires two footstooles and two cusheons

xix:li xvj:S To him for twenty six yards of blew genoa rich Damaske

and seven Ells and quarter of blew Florence manto

for two faldstoole carpetts and four cusheons xix:"i ij:s iiij: ob. To him for sixteene yards three quarters of greene

three pile genoa velvett and one Ell i of greene
Florence manto for two great chaires two/ foot- [fo. 76
stooles and two cusheons in the said Abbey xx:li xiiij:8 v:d ob.

[Yett For the said chaires

footstooles &c, in m.]
To him for sixteene yards and half of purple Dutch

velvett and four yards and quarter of purple Florence
sattin for two great chaires two footstooles and two
cusheons for the Bishopps in the abbey

xvj.li iiij: vij:a ob. To him for sixteene yards of rich gold & blew brocard

for two chaires of state two footstooles and two
cusheons for the throne in the said abbey

iiij: xx li To him for one hundred sixty seven yards three quarters

of gold tabby and ten yards and halfe of gold colour
Padesway to cover the said throne and steps vp to

civili x:s ob. To him for thirty six yards three quarters of rich gold tissue to cover St. Edwards chaire and another chaire suitable with two footstooles and two cusheons and three yards of gold tabby to bottome the said cusheons

cij:li xviij:s iv:d To him for Eighty eight Ells of crimson Florence

taffaty for two traverse curtaines in St Edwards
Chappell

I.vij:li iiij:s To the aforesaid Sr Wm Gostline for fifty nine yards of

of rich needle gold nayle deep twisted fringe thirty
four yards of ditto edgeing and fifty six yards of ditto
seaming wt. 391 OZ

cxvij.li vj: To him for Eight rich all gold purled tassells To him for sixteene gold purled tassells with purple and crimson silke

viij:li xvj:S Being for eight chaires eight footstooles & eight

cusheons aforesaid (vizt) two of each of cloth of

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tissue two of cloth of gold two of crimson velvett

and two of purple velvett.
[Yett For the said chaires
footstooles &c. in m.]
To him for thirty four yards of inch deep needle gold

and silver twisted fringe twenty two yards three
quarters of ditto edgeing and sixty one yards of ditto
seaming wt 243 oz

Lxvij:li vij: ob. To him for sixteene gold and silver purled tassells with

blew and green shagge for four chaires four foot-
stooles and four cusheons of blew and green velvett
and six cusheons of crimson velvett aforesaid

viij:li xvj:S To him for ten yards of naile deep needle gold twisted

fringe and fourteene yards of ditto seaming for one
faldstoole carpett and two cusheons of crimson velvett
aforesaid wt. 43 Oz

xij.li xiij:S To him for twelve purled gold tassells with crimson

shagge for the said faldstoole carpett and cusheons vj:li xij:S To him for twenty yards of inch deep needle gold

and silver twisted fringes and twenty eight yards of
seaming ditto for two faldstoole carpetts and four

cusheons of blew damask aforesaid wt. 98 oz * xxvij.li jij:s j:d ob: To him for twenty four large gold and silver tassells with gold colour shagge for the same

xiij:li iiij: To the aforesaid Thomas Roberts for six chaires of

State of wallnuttree carved all over horse bone with
leaves on the feet and a Crowne and two figures in
the fore Rayle and a Scrowle on the top of the
back and six footstooles of the same carved all horse
bone for their Mats: in the Abby

xvij: lijjij:S To him for two rich chaires of State carved all over

very rich with Scrowles and leaves and figures in the
fore feet and Crownes and Scepters in the fore rayles
and Crownes and Scepters on the top of the backs
and all gilt with gold and two/ footstooles of the same [fo. 86
carving all gilt with gold for two chaires of State for
the throne for their Mats: in the Abbey

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[Yett For the sa, chaires

footstooles &C. in m.]
To him for two footstooles carved all over and gilt with

gold for St. Edwards chaire and one chaire suitable

to it To him for two chaires of wallnuttree the feet carved horsebone with leaves on them and the rayles with a flower in the middle and two footstooles carved horsebone for them for the Bishopps in the Abbey

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