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Castle Rushen Disbursements - 1744

 

date
to whom paid reason
amount
1744
John Williamson "fright of a parcel of timber for the roofe of the Court House from Duglas to Peeltown" 01.04.06
1744
John Kowen "slating a Pce of the Govr house"; 1000 slate pins; "pointing the Chapell Windows"; etc. 00.10.04
1744
Robt Walker;Edw Walkinton "two pair of pump Leathers for the Govrs pump"; "carriage of a piece of wreck timber from Langless to the Castle - for the Draw Bridge"; "Paid the porters of Douglas for putting his Grace's Timber for the Court House at Peele on Board Williamson." 00.03.08
1744
John Eagelfield 7 tun of coal 06.02.06
1744
Henry Woods "to the fraught of one side of glass from Liverpoole"` 00.02.11
1744
Daniel Clarke "1 side but Crown Glass; cartage; 01.12.01
1744
James Parr "to slate the Courte House in Peel"; lath nails, etc. etc. 01.13.10
1744
Thos Gawn & Partners "mowing 4 Daymoth of Hay in the fourteen Daymoth" 00.04.08
1744 feb
Wm Quine, John Kenniagh, Wm Callister, JohnCallister 9000 slates "for the Court House at Peeltown"
1000 slates "for his Grace's Stable in Peeltown carried thither from the Quarry by our own Horses"
03.00.10
1744 feb
Wm & ThosQuayle, Wm Daugarty ""paving in the Govrs Cowhous"; "making ye steps at the Redgape Geat" 00.06.00
1744 apr
Wm Daugarty "Brucking a Door out of ye Govrs Back garding"; "setting up the glass wendows"; "setting a Great in ye Govrs house"; etc 06.11.00
1744 apr
John Slater, Rich Slater making and mending hooks, hinges, locks, keys; "makeing al the Iron work belonging to the Draw Bridge"; "makeing a Large pair of fetters for the prisoners"; 02.05.00
1744 apr
John Saint, Glazier Work done "at the Govrs house." "two sash windows"; mending "the Garret windows", "the Hall windows"; "the parlour windows"; "the kitchen windows"; "the windows of the milk room"; "the dining room window"; etc 0.17.10
1744 apr
John Corin making "sash frames"; mending doors; "sawing of oak for a door case and making it for ye back garden"; "mending ye doors andn othe rJobes in ye house"; "sawing, planing & joining"; "mending ye barn doores and ye garden doors and a gate at Maddrell's Bridge." etc. 05.03.05
1744 apr
Mr Young 2 tun of coal and ";porters for bring the coals into the yard" 02.00.10
1744 apr
Rich Slater "4 Seables of Crown glass for 2 large sash windows in ye Govres House; "a hook for a window Curtain Rod & Altering ye Bell Coard to Lady Kath Room in the Govrs' house"; "mending ye Chains of a Large pair of Scails for Weying ye Lead Ore by the Att Genl's order"; 01.00.06
1744 apr
John Saint "Glacing work done for his Grace"; "mending the windows of the new Building in the Castle and the Smithy window"; "mending the windows for the Hotbeds in the Garden; "Glazing 6 sash windows containing 96 suqares of Crown Glass"; etc. 00.08.06
1744 apr
John Kenack 1000 slates; 00.08.04
1744 aug
Chas Stanley 2 bowles of malt; 7 cwt hopps; for the duke and the king's birthdays 02.03.00
1744 aug
Thos Woodworth & others [15] Puffin hunting 01.17.04
1744 aug
John Hamilton "half a currog of stores for ye use of the puffin hunting in ye Calf Isle" 00.01.02
1744 jul
Sylvester Corris "to Masons for building of me Lord Duke's House in Peeltown." 07.18.10
1744 jul
Wm Quayle "work done at the Govrs henhous and the pump"; "a harthstone for the Govrs house nine feet & half"; "six days at the pigen hous briking the Batlment & pigen hols and doors and making them up"; "one day repairing the Lime Kill" 00.12.03
1744 jun
David Forbes "a flagg 121 yds"; 02.06.05
1744 jun
John Quayl & Partners "quarrying stone for ye Court House" 01.08.06
1744 jun
James Carr & Partners carrying 48 boat loads of stones "from the Quarry to the Court House" 04.16.00
1744 jun
Thos Arthur "His Grace the Duke of Athol for the Use of Douglas Fort "Redwood timber; 00.09.00
1744 jun
Robt Holmes & Partners "bringing tun of coal into the coalyard" 00.04.04
1744 jun
Robt Brown tar, stones, nails; "A man for pitching the platform, guns and carriages" 00.19.06
1744 jun
Paul Bridson "For Doug. Fort" 2 masons for one day; 2 labourers; 00.03.00
1744 jun
Edward Caine "opening and notting old ropes and makeing them anew into seaffring rope"; "rope for the hallards of Darby Fort" 00.04.07
1744 jun
Rich Slater "coard for the Castle Clock"; "a large cheafing dish for the Govrs House" 00.15.08
1744 jun
David Forbes "to cash paid for a Drum in Dublin by...Danl Mylrea's order being for Ramsey town" 01.04.00
1744 jun
Robt Queeling "For Douglas Fort". "raising part of the sd Fort Platform, fixing two new beams in it, laying the same, making laths for a partition & mending -do-"; 00.10.11
1744 jun
Thos Woodworth & [10]others clipping sheep; gelding 10 lambs; etc. 00.10.11
1744 mar
Robt Brew "slating the Court house of Peel one side long 46 ft deep 14 ft 02.10.00
1744 mar
Wm Dougarty Work done "at the Court House at Peeltown" 03.11.06
1744 mar
Thos Taubman "florance oyle for ye Castle Clock"; "two Drum Heads & Nails for Peel Drum"; 75 nails "for ye Govrs Bottle Rack"; etc. 00.05.03
1744 mar
Henry Corrin 3000 nails; "4 pound of Spannish Brown for the Doores and Windows of the Court House of Peel"; 00.17.00
1744 may
Thos Cannon & Porters "portrage of 74 dayles" 04.01.00
1744 may
Thos Christian "280 large spikes for to lay the platform of the forth with wight"; "Irons for the ancetion staff and 2 barrs for prison window and 6 washers for the carriages of the gunns and a bottam barr & 2 hound posts for the great wightt; etc. 01.13.10
1744 may
Rich Joyner "His Grace the Duke of Athol for Douglas Fort" 01.10.11
1744 may
Eliz Brown "four pounds two z. of old pewter for soldier for his Graces Windows" 03.02.00
1744 may
Thos Woodworth "a bowl of Metcorn for the Ferrits"; "hunting rabbitts" 00.17.00
1744 oct
Griffith Beven DM 09.08.08
1744 sep
Casar Brew "a sweeping brush for the use of Castle Rushen" 00.01.09
1744 sep
Robt Stoan, Tho Brew mason, etc. "slating his Grace's Stable at Peeltown, one side 32 foot long and 12 foot deep; 5000 slates; etc. 02.04.14
1744 sep
Thos Quay , Ellin Corris, RobtCotteen, Mrs Quay "ling to brew two bowles of malt"; "chickings"; beef; a ham; all for the duke and the king's birthday 01.03.02
   

additional items

 
1743 jun
Thos Clague & Thos Holmes Re-roofing "the White House" and "Woodforth's House"; "mending ye shade roofe in the Governor's Garden 3
1743 jul
John Stevenson claret and brandy "for his Maj Birthday" 6.13.06
1744 apr
Griffith Beven claret "for ye Chappel" 1742-44 1.02.06


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