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Accounts of Miles Worsley cofferer to Lady Margaret, for the household at Croydon & Hatfield.
- pp. 1-80: Croydon. Account from 14 Jan 1504/5 to 14 Jan 1505/6
- pp. 81-82: blank
- pp. 83-163: Hatfield. Account from 14 Jan 1505/6 to 14 Jan 1506/7
- pp. 166-172: blank
Account of Miles Worsley treasurer of the chamber to Lady Margaret. Signature 'Margaret R.' at the bottom of most pages.
- pp.49: blank
- pp. 65-67: similar accounts to 14 Jan 1507/8 to 14 Jan 1508/9 [no signature]
- pp. 69-125: costs and expenses, rewards, with other dyverse [sic] payments... payd by the hands of Miles Worsley: signtures at the bottom of pp. 69-112.
Inventory of robes; also wine sold or given away, glassware, small precious items in Lady Margaret's chamber and closet.
Items listed under the following headings:
- p.3: peticottes
- p.4: mantills, clokes
- p.5: cloth of glod [sic], silkks, furres
- pp.6-7: stuf ina gret standard
- p. 8: in a coffer
- p.9: in my ladys chamber
- pp. 11-14: dyaper and napery
- p.15: glasses
- pp. 16-17: cupbords, pewter, stuf in the closet
- p. 18: stanard in the juell [jewel] house, gardyviaunts, standards
- p.19: coffers in the closet, standards in the bed chamber, standards in the gallery
- p.20: standards in the wardrobe of robes
- pp. 22-23: spices
- p.23: pewter
- pp. 24-28: smalle tresses prysed by Jon Mondy with other.
- p.21: wyne. Item of Gascon Wyne v tonne
- sold to Thomas Lovell 1 tonne
- to my Lord Rochester 1 pipe
- to Sir John Saint John 1 pipe
- to the Abbot of Saint Albans 1 tonne
- to the same Abbot 1 pipe
- to Mr Chamber[lain] 1 pipe
- expended at Hatfeld 1 tonne
- sweet wyne
- item whit wyne of angey remanet 1 pipe
- item in malmesay ij butte
- of ruermerey i butte
- to the Abbot of Saint Albans if whit wyne of anger 1 pipe
- to the same abbot i but of malmesey
- to my Lord of Rochester j but of malmesey
- to the abbot of Saint Albans j but of ruermerey
Inventory made at Hatfield by Robert Hylton yoman [yeoman] of my ladies [lady's] wardrobe of her Robes ther[e] from [14 January 1508/9] unto [16 August 1509].
Begins: Blak [black] velvet. Fyrst [first] of the remanes [remains] of the last accompt. [account]. 11 gownes, 1 hoode, 1 typett [tippet], 70 yards of velvet (provision of 24 yards made by Robert Fremyngham), "wherof Delyvered [delivered] to Maistres [Mistress] Mabell [Mabel] Clifford 1 gown lyned [lined] with blak [black] damask, given to hir [her] by my ladies grace..."
Under headings: Blak Satens [black satins], p.3; Tawny saten [satin], 4; Bla[c]k damask 5; tynseld saten [tinselled satin], 6; bla[c]k brevet, 7; tawny velvet, 9; tawny damask, 9; russet damask, russet saten [satin], 10; yelowe [yellow] saten [satin], whyte [white] damask, 11; tawny chamlet, 12; black chamlet, bukram [buckram], 13; silke [silk] remaynyng [remaining], 14.
p. 15. Certayn [certain] apparaill [apparel] of clothe [cloth] remaynyng [remaining], gownes, peticots [petticoats], mantills [mantles], clokes [cloaks]
p.20. avewe [ A view] taken of Robert Hilton for my ladys robis [robes] by William Bedell and James Morice.