Groom porter

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formerly an officer in the English royal household, who attended to the furnishing of the king's lodgings and had certain privileges.

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His reliable support for the ministry in 1678 earnt him the post of groom porter, responsible for the supervision of gambling at court; in 1686 he capped this with the lucrative mastership of the Mint.