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Attorney's bill (W. Roberts)

A bill for several items, including: "attending Dr Caryl" and drawing up a bond for £700; drawing up a power of attorney for "Mr Richardson", vicar of All Saints church in Cambridge, so that Mr Darby can receive rents for the "Vicarage Houses"; writing up on parchment the college's "representation" to the Bishop of Ely in relation to "Mr Rustats Scholarship". Signed by W. Roberts.

Roberts, William

Bedells stipend

Received of Dr. Caryl. 4s for the Bedells stipend for the year 1761. Signed by Thomas Burrows.

Borrows, Thomas

Bill for Steeple Morden

Payment of £2 11s 6d received from Dr. Caryl by John Smith for a journey to Steeple and Gilden Morden to supervise or compare the terrar given to college by Mrs. Akehurst, paid farmers for attendance and spent on them, drawing observations from field minutes and making fair copy for college annexed to terrar.

Signed by John Smith.

Smith, John (surveyor)

Bill to Caius College

Payment of 16s 6d received from Dr. Caryl for one year's quit rentat Caius College due at Michaelmas last.

Signed by Charles Canver (Bursar).

Canver, Charles

Bill to the bricklayer

  • JCCA/JCAD/2/2/9/1766/51
  • 26th of April 1766-15th May 1766
  • Part of College Archives

Payment of £28 9s 10d received from Dr Caryl to the bricklayer for workmen and labourers a day, bricks, stoves and copper in kitchen, hod of brick mortar, hod of hose mortar, bushells of lime, loads of sand,

Signed by Margaret Forster's mark.

Forster, Margaret

Bricklayer's bill

Received of Dr Caryl. Paid £3 8s 4d for work done to kitchen range, to stoves and copper, to pointing chapel windows, to Masters Colle house, including workmen and labourers wages, bricks, brick mortar and lime. Signed by Margaret Forsters.

Caryl, Lynford

Carpenter's bill

Payment of £1 14s 3d received from Dr. Caryl by Thomas Smith for large ladder and lamps, easing doors 3 hours job, to mending rales [rails?] in close 3/4 of a day and nails, to 2 whole deals, to mahogany round table for combinations.

Signed by Thomas Smith.

Smith, Thomas

Carpenter's bill

A bill by A. Newling, the carpenter. Received of Dr Caryl, paid £10 7s 7d for whole deals, nails and wages of a man and a lad for work done in the Masters Lodge Kitchen, for mending the College pump, for a plank to a drain, for nails and stuff in the Hall, for mending Garlick-Fair gate, for a deal and nails used in Mr Lumly's room, for deals, nails, wages of two men for work done in the Kitchen and in the Buttery, for the wage of a man for sundry jobs in the Masters Lodge, for deals and nails used in Mr Fells room, for work done in the College Kitchen, for nails and wage of a lad for work done in the Fellows Garden, for a deal and wage of a man for a ladder for the Masters Lodge, for battons, nails and wages of two men to pound fences and grove, for mending the pump in the Masters Lodge, for nails, brads, a ash pole, deals and wages. Signed by Jn Newling on behalf of his mother.

Newling, Anne

Catalogue

Arranged alphabetically by author's surname or title of book if no author is apparent. Lists former shelf marks.

Caryl, Lynford

Cleaner's bill

Received of Dr Caryl. Paid £1 14s 4d including cleaning the court, winding up the clock, washing up the Hall. Signed by Richard Brett.

Brett, Richard

Glazier's bill

Received of Dr Caryl. Paid £1 16s 9d for work done in the Masters Lodge, in 'Mr Turrits' [Tyrwhitt ?] staircase, in 'Mr Nevils' [Nevile ?] staircase including crown squares, cloning windows, and 'taking down, cloning and putting up the lamps'. Bill for Midsummer and Michaelmas Quarters. Signed by Elizabeth Painter and Robert Painter.

Painter, Elizabeth

Gravely Court Bills

23 May: Paid £1, 0s, 11d for Gravely Court.
15 July: Paid 6s, 10d for Mr Richardson's room, received of Dr Caryl Sworn Master. Both included bottles of wine.

Richardson, George

Gravely Driver Bill

Paid 9s 10 1/2d to Anon. For: driver, guide, horse hire and hostler. Receipt appears to be in Dr. Caryl's hand.

Caryl, Lynford

Interest on college stock payment

  • JCCA/JCAD/2/2/9/1773/3
  • 15th October 1773-15th Ocrober 1773
  • Part of College Archives

Paid £40 10s by Dr. Caryl to Richard Gregory for interest on £1300 and £100 of college stock.

Gregory, Richard

Joiner's bill

Paid by Dr. Caryl £30 6s to Thomas Smith for work including: in the room next to the chapel, putting a wheel on a wheelbarrow, mending a chair for the combination, in the buttery, making a new door for the master's lodge, mending a mahogany elbow chair for the combination, removing a partition, a ladder for the master's garden, mending rails next to the street, making a new spout and leather in the kitchen pump, leathering and mending the pump in the fellows' garden, mending a chimney board in the mill, mending the floor in the master's lodge, mending handrails in the stairs, fixing rails for the altar in the chapel, and carving moulding, and supplies including: deals, slit deals, whole deals, joints and nails, wainscotting, pipes, border, paste, posts, oak, joints, screws, latches, elm, and knife board.

Smith, Thomas

Laundress' bills

  • JCCA/JCAD/2/2/9/1761/21
  • St Thomas 1760-Michaelmas 1761 (Michaelmas 1761 ; 22nd August 1761 ; Lady Day 1761 ; St Thomas 1760)
  • Part of College Archives

Michaelmas 1761: Received of Dr Caryl. Paid 14s for washing the college's linen. Signed by Ann Chafer. 22nd August 1761: the same for Midsummer 1761. Lady Day 1761: the same. St Thomas 1760: Received of Mr Newton. The same.

Ann Chafer

Laundresses' bill

Payment of 18s received from the Master of the College Dr Caryl by Ann Chafer for washing the college linnen for the quarter ending at Lady Day

Ann Chafer

Laundresses' bill

Payment of 18s received from the Master of the College Dr Caryl by Ann Chafer for washing the college linnen for the quarter ending at St. Thomas.

Ann Chafer

Musician's Bill

Payment of 6s 8d received from Dr. Caryl being the college allowance to the Waits.

Signed by J. Pratt.

Pratt, J.

Painter's bill

A bill to Dr Caryl. Paid £4 5s 9d including 'whiteing and blacking the Hall chimney', 'painting parlor chimney', 'painting ladders for Masters Garden', 'painting a door 3 times', painting iron gates, 'putting and painting posts and rails and palissades', oil colours. Signed by Ann Ivers.

Ivers, Ann

Payment of salary

Received of Dr Caryl. Paid 13s 4d for the salary of Mr Rookes, Steward of Gravely Court, for the year 1761. Signed by Thomas Nevile.

Nevile, Thomas

Payment to Mr Mortlock

Received of Mr Newton. Paid 4s 6d to Mr Mortlock 'for some [?]Bays for the Treasury'. Signed by Lynford Caryl.

Mortlock, Mr.

Porter's commencement bill

Paid 10s to Richard Brett for attendance at the last commencement. Paid by Dr. Caryl.

Brett, Richard

Receipt for taxes

  • JCCA/JCAD/2/2/9/1761/44
  • 25th March 1761-6th October 1761 (6th October ; 25th March)
  • Part of College Archives

Received of Dr Caryl, £6 3s 5d for window tax, payment to the town poor and University marshall wages on 6th October 1761. Also £6 16s 5d for window tax, payment to the town poor and University marshall wages on 25th March 1761. All items signed by Edward Bove (or Bore)

Bore, Edward

Smith's bill for the kitchen

  • JCCA/JCAD/2/2/9/1761/37
  • 3rd December 1761 (Date of the received: 3rd December 1761. Includes bills of Christmas 1760, Lady Day 1761, Midsummer 1761 and Michaelmas 1761.)
  • Part of College Archives

On the reverse side of the first item: Received of Dr Caryl. Paid 5£ 1s 10d the sum of the Christmas 1760 bill, the Lady Day 1761 bill, the Midsummer 1761 bill and the Michaelmas 1761 bill. Signed by the smith Thomas Coe.

Michaelmas 1761 [same item]: 19s 3d including jacks, laying pokers, mending spitts, jacking some range, mending locks. Signed by the cook, B. Fuller.

Christmas 1760 [2nd item]: 12s including mending spitts, ranges and bars, jacks, locks, pokers, a new shovel. Signed by the cook, B. Fuller.

Midsummer 1761 [3rd item]: £1 9s including pokers, mending and laying bars and a small range, a key for the outdoor, jacks, a chopping knife. Signed by the cook, B. Fuller.

Lady Day 1761 [4th item]: £2 1s 7d to mend jack and fixing pulleys, to pans and pokers, to hooks and staples for the door, to mending pokers, to a lock and a key and pair [?]'Joguts Culiard', to a 'spittwheel', to jack a small range, to ends and spitts, to new wheels, to laying pookers, to repairs done to a worn great jack including a pivot and a wheel, altering and winding [?]'peak', to a new rack, to bars and ranges, to mending a frame, Signed by the cook, B. Fuller.

Coe, Thomas

Smith's bills

  • JCCA/JCAD/2/2/9/1761/15
  • 3rd December 1761 (3rd December 1761: date of the received.)
  • Part of College Archives

On the reverse side of the first item: Received of Dr Caryl. Paid 4£ 1s 9d the sum of the Christmas 1760 bill, the Lady Day 1761 bill, the Midsummer 1761 bill and the Michaelmas 1761 bill. Signed by the smith Thomas Coe.

Midsummer and Michaelmas 1761 [same item]: £1 15s 7d including a key for the Fellows Garden for the porter, hooks, hangs, mending the lock of the Fellows Garden, brackets in barbershop, mending and fixing the gate next Jesus Lane, spikes, pins.

From March 1761 to June 1761 [2nd item]: 11s 9d including mending gates' locks, hooks, spikes into Fellows close, new locks, hasp staples, handles hook in Fellows Garden, chain staples in the library, new locks and keys for iron gates, holdfasts and hangs in Masters Garden, hanging a new scythe, staples and fixing in Masters Garden, staples and mending lock of the Masters close.

From December 1760 to March 1761 [3rd item]: 14s including mending iron stop to gate, mending locks and keys, padlocks for the Garlick gates, new locks and keys, harp staples for the Fellows Stable, a new spring and a new lock for Richardson's stairs, spikes for the Fellows Garden.

Michaelmas and Christmas 1760 [4th item]: £1 0s 5d including a key to parlor for the porter, hooks and staples used for Mr Tywhitt's staircase, nails for fixing the doorframe next 'Dungell' [?], mending locks, a padlock with 2 keys for the door, a gaimb for the doors of Pocklington and Darby, holdfasters and hooks.

Coe, Thomas

Trinity College Quit-rent

Received of Dr Caryl, Bursar of Jesus College. Paid 8d for two years Quit-rent due to Trinity College. Signed by Thomas Parker, Bailiff

Parker, Thomas