CollectionGeorge III Financial Papers
Record TypeFinancial records
ReferenceGEO/MAIN/42703-42838
TitleBills and receipts of [George] Prince of Wales, 1756-1757
DateOctober 1756- 26 October 1757
DescriptionThe contents of the volume are as follows:
GEO/MAIN/42703-42719: An account of the Prince of Wales' expenses at Kew and Saville House, October 1756. Includes expenses for: the pantry, the buttry [buttery] and cellar, the spicery, the chandry [chandlery], the kitchen, the scullery, the woodyard, confectionery, poultry, pastry and disbursements.
GEO/MAIN/42720-42736: Expense account of the Prince of Wales and family at Kew, August 1757. Includes expenses for: the pantry, the buttry [buttery] and cellar, the spicery, the chandry [chandlery], the kitchen, the scullery, the woodyard, confectionery, poultry, pastry and disbursements.
GEO/MAIN/42737-42752: Expense account of the Prince of Wales and family at Kew and Saville House, September 1757. Includes expenses for: the pantry, the buttry [buttery] and cellar, the spicery, the chandry [chandlery], the kitchen, the scullery, the woodyard, confectionery, poultry, pastry and disbursements.
GEO/MAIN/42753-42757: Privy Purse receipts for the Earl of Bute, 22 November 1756-29 March 1757.
GEO/MAIN/42758-42766: Apothecary expenses for the year ending 10 October 1757.
GEO/MAIN/42767-42807: Miscellaneous household expenses for the year ending 10 October 1757. Includes household repairs and maintenance (such as cleaning and furniture restoration), and the purchase of household goods (such as kitchenware and candlesticks).
GEO/MAIN/42808: Receipt from Isaac Welsher totalling £.7.7.0. for watering the road in front of Princess Amelia's house at Kew, 30 July 1757.
GEO/MAIN/42809-42838: Stable expenses for the Master of the Horse, August 1756-November 1757.
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LanguageEnglish
Extent1 volume (316 pages)
Physical DescriptionMounted manuscript paper bound; cloth and leather binding
LevelFile
RepositoryRoyal Archives
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