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'To the aforesaid Richard Bealing for bottoming and

backing for the two crimson velvett chaires and two

footstooles aforesaid To him for downe baggs for the Seates and arms of

the chaires and for the footstooles To him for two large cusheons filled with fine downe To him for making the chaires footstooles and

cusheons and curled hair to stuffe the backs To hirn for makeing a crimson velvett faldstoole carpett

and two cusheons suitable and two large baggs of

downe for them To him for bottoming the two blew velvet chaires and

footstooles and backeing the said chaires To him for downe baggs for the seates of the said

chaires and footstooles and Elbowes of the chaires To him for curled haire to stuffe the backs To him for two large cusheons of downe for the State

cusheons and makeing the said chaires footstooles

and cusheons
To him For making the aforesa, two large faldstoole

carpetts of blew damask fringed with gold making
the four cusheons & baggs of downe for them and

sewing silke
/[Yett For the said chaires
foot stooles &o. in m.]
To him for bottoming and backing two greene velvet

chaires and footstooles and for baggs of downe for

the seates and arms of the chaires To him for two large cusheons of Downe To him for curled haire for the backs and lining to

stuffe in it and making the said chaires footstooles
and cusheons
To him for bottoming and backing the two purple
velvett chaires and footstooles aforesaid for the

Bishopps
To him for baggs of downe for the seates of the

chaires and footstooles and elbowes of the chaires &

two large baggs of downe for the cusheons To him for curled haire to stuffe the backs and lining

to the same and makeing the said chaires footstooles

and cusheons To him for bottoming and backeing two fine chaires of

rich blew and gold brocard for the throne two baggs of downe for the seates of the said chaires four for the Elbowes and two for the footstooles To him for fine curled hair for the backs of the sa chaires and making the chaires footstooles and cusheons

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To him for making two gold stuffe cases for St Edwards

chairest and such another chaire and sewing silke used about the same To him for two large downe cushions for the chaires To him for bottoming and baggs of downe for two

footstooles suitable & making the footstooles and

cusheons To him for two long curtaine rodds for the traverses in

Saint Edwards chappell and for Ringes and tape for the curtaines and for sewing silke and nayles and

putting them vp To him for rich gilt nailes and tacks used about all the

chaires and footstooles

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To the aforesaid Samuell Coape for three yards and

quarter of greene three pile Genoa velvett To him for three yards and quarter of greene Dutch

velvett Being to line the backs of both Embroidered chaires

and for the bottomes of two great cusheons for the chaires and to cover a footstoole to the rich State

putt up in Westminster Hall To the aforesaid Sr. Wm. Gostline for five yards and

quarter of gold and silver knotted foot fringe for the

said greene velvett chaire of State wt vj oze. To the aforesaid Thomas Roberts for a chaire of

State carved very rich with scrowles and leaves and flowers in the feet & railes the arms richly carved and all gilt with gold and a footstoole of the same carved rich all over and gilt with gold' and a footstoole of the same carved rich all over and gilt with

gold' To the aforesaid Richard Bealing for bottoming and

backing the said great Embroidered chaire To him for a ticking back of feathers and curled haire

and canvas to stuffe the back To him for making the said chaire and altering the

other chaire being taken to peeces and for gilt nailes

and tacks used about them both To him for a large back of feathers for one embroidered

cusheon for the State chaire To him for making the cusheons and altering the

other cusheons and makeing a new footstoole and curled haire to stuffe the said footstoole

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/[Yett the said chairs of State &c. in m.]
To William West and John Barbor for Embroidering

the said footstoole of greene velvett richly wrought
with gold and silver for her Ma:tie in Westminster
Hall suitable to His Marties chaire and footstoole

there
To them for additional Embroidering work to the rich

chaire of State
[Swords of State in m.]
To the aforesaide Samuell Coape for three yards of

very rich gold brocard for the Scabbards for six
swords to be carried before their Ma.ties and for

swords of State
To the aforesaid John Hawgood for three large

swords of state gilt with scabbards of cloth of gold

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[Robes for the Dukes of Normandy

& Aquitaine in m.]

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To the aforesaid Samuell Coape for twenty two yards

of crimson three pile Genoa velvett for Robes for
two persons representing the Dukes of Normandy

and Aquitaine
To him for Eight Ells of white Florence taffata to

line To him for two yards of crimson and gold brocard for

their Hatts To the aforesa John Hay and George Crumpe for making the two crimson velvett mantles lined with white taffaty with ribbon to tye the necks and all

other necessaries thereto belonging
To them for makeing and platteing the two gold stuffe

hatts with all Small necessaries
To them for altering the Duke of Aquitaines robes and
making them fitt for Sr Edward Sutton and for

expences in going about the same
To Daniell Browne for furring the said two Robes and

Hatts with powdered Ermins

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[The rest of the book, some nine leaves, is taken up with items which have no great liturgical interest: on ff. Iob and I are Saddles &c. for their Maties Champion ; on fo. 11b are Coates @vc. for three Kings att Armes and Coates for six Heraulds ; on fo. 12 are Coates for four Pursuivants and Robes for Garter King att Arms and the Gent usher of the Black Rodd; on fo. 12b are Robes for the Id high Steward [d. G. Chamberlain & Master of the G Wardrobe, Robes For the Deputy @ clarke of the G Wardrobe, Robes for the yeos two Groomes of the removing Wardrobe; on fo, 13 are items For the high

Constable of Westminster, For their Maties Apothecary, For the Bishopp of London, For the Subdeane of the Chappell, For the Confessor Serjt. one yeom of the Vestry, For twelve Priests, For twenty Gent. of the chappell and thirty five Musitians, for one yeom and groom of the vestry and a coñon serjt. These are mainly allowances of cloth. On fo. 130 are allowances For the M' of Musick av twelve Chappell Boyes and Chappell boyes Liveryes. On fo. 14 Yeomen of the Guards Liveries and Wardo.rs of the Tower of London. These fill up ff. 140 and 15. On ff. 156, 16, and 16b Liveries for 16 Trumpetters 4 Kettledrumrs 4 Drunirs & a Phife. On fo. 17 A livery for the Serje Trumpetter. On 170 a livery for the Drum major, For furnishing the Court of claims ; On fo. 18 For furnishing the house of Lords Westm". abbey the hall and severall Roomes passages @ Lobbyes thereto belonging. On fo. 186 blew cloth For their Malies to walk on and canvas For the Master Cooke.]

APPENDIX VII.

EXTRACTS FROM WARDROBE ACCOUNTS AT THE PUBLIC RECORD

OFFICE, AUDIT OFFICE, DECLARED ACCOUNTS. CONCERNING
THE CORONATION ROBES, FROM QUEEN ANNE TO KING
GEORGE III.

QUEEN ANNE.

Wardrobe accounts. Bundle 2366. Roll 133.

Henry Furness Merchant for xiiijen Ells & a halfe of Holland for a Lynnen Habbitt a Collobiumf Sindonis, Two Quoifes and a paire of Gloves for the Queenes Royall Person when Annoynted. xiii:Li xii:S

Anthony Reilham Merchant for xjen yards of Rich Gould and Crimson Brocard for a Dalmatick Robe.

iiij*x xix:Li For xjen yards of very Rich Blew and Gold Brocard for a Super Tunica, a Girdle with hanger and Buskins Sandalls & Armilla. iiijxx xix:Li

KING GEORGE I.
Wardrobe accounts. Bundle 2368. Roll 146.

Robert Graham Taylor for making a Robe of Cloath of Gold lined with Crimson Taffata and a Supertunica of Cloath of gold with an Armilla of ye same both lined with Crimson Taffata, for making breeches, Trousers, Sandalls, Buskins of Cloath of gold with all furniture, making a belt, fine Linnen gloves, a holland Habit, a Crimson Taffata habit and other work for the Kings person at the Coronation. · · ·

Katherine vezian Milliner, for Fourteen Ells and a half of Fine Holland for a Colobium Sindonis, two Coifes and a pair of gloves for the Kings Royall person when Anointed.

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