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Declared Accounts: Customs, General Account

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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 21, 1706-1707. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1952.

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Customs, General Account

Declared Accounts: Customs: General Account.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 632, ROLL 202.
Rowland Holt, Comptroller of the Accounts of the Customs
26 December 1705 to 25 December 1706.
Charge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Remains in the hands of the Receivers and Collectors for:
Tonnage and Poundage 178,193 12
New Additional Impositions 33,658 6
the new Subsidy 103,260 12
the new Subsidy which expired 1 February 1699–1700 27,052 0
the new Subsidy which expired 8 November 1701–2 10,565 2
the One Third Subsidy 36,822 11
the Two Thirds Subsidy 5,470 3
the Duties on Coffee, tea, etc. 2,725 9
the Additional Duties on Coffee, tea, etc. 200 2
the Duties on Scotch linen and Whale fins 4,504 13
the 25 per cent. on French goods 18,388 11
the Coinage Duty 1,693 1 3
the French tonnage Duty 202 2 11
the 15 per cent. on muslins 0 0
422,730 9
Receipts.
Tonnage and Poundage
London port l. s. d.
Sir Thomas Crisp, Receiver of the Subsidy outwards 13,828 0
Timothy Thornbury, Receiver of Customs outward 1,055 17 10½
Sir John Shaw: grand Receipt Issues 159,256 14
ditto: wine receipt.. 62,807 9
ditto: Plantation goods 122,801 8 9
(total for London 359,749l. 11s. 4d.)
Outports
Barnstaple 123 15
Barnstaple 968 2 10½
Beaumaris 147 11
Berwick 241 14 11¼
Boston 85 8
Boston 30 9
Bridgwater 134 2
Bristol 25,376 0
Bideford 2,872 15 7
Carlisle 1,414 6
Chester 2,387 13 7
Chichester 27 8 4
Colchester 333 4 11¾
Cowes 302 13 11¾
Dartmouth 171 19 2
Deal 1,516 18 1
Dover 504 10
Exeter 463 13
Exeter 2,879 4
Falmouth 929 14 6
Faversham 297 10
Fowey 1,288 13
Harwich 141 3 6
Hull 6,600 14
Ipswich 186 1
Carried forward £422.736 9
Brought forward 422,736 9
Receipts.
Tonnage and Poundage
Lancaster 924 17 0
Liverpool 9,235 17
Liverpool 11,103 1 7
Looe 6 1 0
Lyme 23 8 0
Lyme 3,642 8
Lynn 3,259 5 11½
Milford 42 10
Milford 518 4 l
Minehead 280 5
Newcastle 2,502 7
Newcastle 4,826 10 0
Padstow 417 3 10½
Penryn 1,511 12
Penzance 787 11 4
Plymouth 8,482 10 11¼
Poole 555 15
Portsmouth 1,306 17 10
Poulton 132 18 11
Rochester 521 17
Rye 93 11 1
Sandwich 170 2 11¼
Southampton 1,900 1 11¼
Stockton 1,472 0
Sunderland 1,856 14
Swansea 137 11
Truro 61 3
Weymouth 1,087 5 11¾
Whitby 156 2
Whitehaven 2,345 3 1
Whitehaven 12,604 11 2
Yarmouth 1,800. 11
481,031 7 10¾
(total for the Outports 121,281l. 16s.d.)
for the new Additional Impositions on Poundage Goods
London port
Grand Receipt 20,867 0 2
Plantation goods 2,670 6 11
French wines 1,631 2
receipt outwards 11 14
(total for London port 25,180l. 4s. 5d.)
Outports
Barnstaple 10 18 2
Barnstaple 31 10 11¼
Beaumaris 10 7 0
Berwick 7 15
Boston 1 15 2
Boston 0 0
Bristol 1,488 0 6
Bideford 452 0
Carlisle 7 8
Chester 350 14 9
Chichester 2 9 9
Colchester 52 18
Carried forward £481,031 7 10¾ £422,736 9
Brought forward 481,031 7 10¾ 422,736 9
Receipts.
Cowes 61 3
Dartmouth 34 18
Deal 49 16 11½
Dover 97 11
Exeter 49 17 4
Exeter 183 6
Falmouth 447 12 1
Feversham 1 4 8
Fowey 2 10
Harwich 39 7 1
Hull 699 16
Ipswich 9 12 11½
Lancaster 2 16
Liverpool 170 1 1
Liverpool 270 19
Looe 24 13 3
Lyme 22 1
Lyme 0 0 11¼
Lynn 39 19
Milford 1 14 2
Milford 15 11
Minehead 21 7
Newcastle 176 0 11¼
Newcastle 415 16
Penryn 276 13 10¾
Penzance 128 19 11
Plymouth 1,031 4
Poole 344 17
Portsmouth 536 12 11
Poulton 4 12
Rochester 25 11 6
Rye 38 17 10½
Sandwich 13 6
Southampton 627 17
Stockton 56 15
Sunderland 21 18
Swanzey 28 5
Truro 51 9 0
Weymouth 320 9
Whitby 16 8
Whitehaven 7 14
Whitehaven 16 14
Yarmouth 256 14
34,272 5 3
(total for the Outports 9,092l. 0s. 10d.)
for the New Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage
London port
Grand Receipt 124,326 0
Plantation Receipt 71,488 17
Wine Receipt 37,835 4
(total for London port 233,650l. 2s.d.)
Outports
Barnstaple 48 0 9
Barnstaple 508 10
Carried forward £515,303 13 £122,736 9
Brought forward 515,303 13 422,736 9
Receipts.
Beaumaris 64 6 2
Berwick 132 15 11¼
Boston 24 16 10¼
Bridgwater 94 12 11
Bristol 17,258 4
Bideford 1,583 19 11½
Carlisle 971 17 6
Chester 936 0 10¾
Colchester 220 16
Cowes 253 13 11¼
Dartmouth 108 0 5
Deal 793 5
Dover 287 14
Exeter 353 5
Exeter 2,116 0
Falmouth 470 6
Feversham 26 3 10
Boston 67 11
Chichester 21 12
Fowey 654 11 11¼
Harwich 116 0
Hull 2,704 4 11¼
Ipswich 67 11
Lancaster 439 11
Liverpool 5,812 15 l0½
Liverpool 4,758 4
Looe 6 1 0
Lyme 16 5
Lyme 836 5
Lynn 1,956 6
Milford 4 12 10½
Milford 198 1 2
Minehead 224 0
Newcastle 466 4
Newcastle 1,367 10
Padstow 214 19
Penryn 830 9 11
Penzance 397 10
Plymouth 4,410 1
Poole 300 11 5
Portsmouth 1,035 13
Poulton 9 18
Rochester 323 0
Rye 71 15
Sandwich 131 13
Southampton 1,158 2 11
Stockton 186 10
Sunderland 55 12 1
Swanzey 20 8
Truro 47 12
Weymouth 615 18 5
Whitby 47 11 7
Whitehaven 998 18
Whitehaven 6,107 19
Yarmouth 1,437 6 3
298,025 0 11
(total for the Outports 64,374l. 18s.d.)
Carried forward £813,328 14 £422,736 9
Brought forward 813,328 14 422,736 9
Receipts.
for the One Third New Subsidy on Tonnage and Poundage
London port
Grand Receipt 41,378 8 10
Plantation Receipt 23,613 1
Wine Receipt 15,342 15
(total for London port 80,334l. 5s. 11¾d.)
Outports
Barnstaple 16 0
Barnstaple 169 1 7
Beaumaris 21 8
Berwick 44 5
Boston 8 5
Boston 22 10
Bridgwater 31 11 1
Bristol 5,693 11
Bideford 517 1 9
Carlisle 324 19 2
Chester 311 10 3
Chichester 9 17 3
Colchester 73 12
Cowes 67 7
Dartmouth 31 5
Deal 258 16
Dover 90 12
Exeter 115 4
Exeter 705 6
Falmouth 162 19 0
Feversham 8 14
Fowey 216 18 4
Harwich 38 13 5
Hull 901 7 8
Ipswich 22 10
Lancaster 146 7 7
Liverpool 1,572 3 11¾
Liverpool 1,907 1 0
Lyme 3 12
Lyme 264 19
Lynn 652 1 4
Milford 1 10 11½
Milford 65 5
Minehead 74 12
Newcastle 155 6 7
Newcastle 455 18
Padstow 68 10 10¾
Penryn 674 11 0
Penzance 347 19
Plymouth 3,060 6
Poole 511 6 6
Portsmouth 398 19 0
Poulton 3 6 1
Rochester 107 0 10½
Rye 85 3
Sandwich 43 17 10¼
Southampton 1,409 16 11½
Stockton 62 3
Sunderland 18 10
Swanzey 58 11 5
Truro 15 17
Carried forward £813,328 14 £422,736 9
Brought forward 813,328 14 422,736 9
Receipts.
Weymouth 714 8
Whitby 15 17
Whitehaven 332 19
Whitehaven 2,036 4 9
Yarmouth 474 3
105,936 10 10¾
(total for the Outports 25,602l. 4s. 11d.)
The Second Additional or Two Third New Subsidy on Tonnage and Poundage.
London port
Grand Receipt 76,246 15
Plantation Receipt 1,403 7 4
Wine Receipt 24,927 6 11½
(total for London port 102,577l. 9s. 10d.)
Outports
Barnstaple 33 9
Barnstaple 32 0
Beaumaris 42 17
Berwick 88 10
Boston 16 11
Boston 45 0 11
Bridgwater 63 2
Bristol 3,304 6
Bideford 337 14
Carlisle 649 18 4
Chester 610 6
Chichester 12 4
Colchester 147 4
Cowes 133 18
Dartmouth 54 10 11
Deal 154 10
Dover 27 19 8
Exeter 216 2 11
Exeter 1,409 19
Falmouth 129 3
Feversham 17 9
Fowey 18 4
Harwich 77 6 10
Hull 1,802 13
Ipswich 45 0
Lancaster 23 0
Liverpool 302 13
Liverpool 256 14
Lyme 7 5
Lyme 1 1 10½
Lynn 1,304 5 10
Milford 3 1 11
Milford 10 14 5
Minehead 149 4 0
Newcastle 310 13
Newcastle 911 16
Padstow 0 6 4
Carried forward £919,265 4 11½ £422,736 9
Brought forward 919,265 4 11½ 122,736 9
Receipts.
Penryn 120 15 1
Penzance 30 4
Plymouth 516 17
Poole 40 12
Portsmouth 625 9 10¾
Poulton 6 12
Rochester 199 1 9
Rye 15 7 1
Sandwich 87 15
Southampton 504 14 2
Stockton 121 7
Sunderland 37 1
Swanzey 7 2 10¾
Truro 31 14 10¾
Weymouth 19 4
Whitby 31 14 5
Whitehaven 57 3 6
Whitehaven 63 4 3
Yarmouth 940 12 11
118,803 8 7
(total for the Outports 16,225l. 18s. 9d.)
for the new Duty on Coffee, tea, etc.
London port
Grand Receipt 10,953 10
Plantation Receipt 280 11 6
(total for London port 11.234l. 1s.d.)
Outports
Bristol 93 11 6
Bideford 0 3 8
Chester 1 16 0
Colchester 7 14 0
Cowes 0 2 0
Deal 0 14 0
Exeter 17 17 11
Exeter 29 19
Falmouth 0 4
Harwich 2 19 0
Hull 0 7 0
Ipswich 2 1
Liverpool 53 0 0
Liverpool 2 0 0
Plymouth 921 10 6
Portsmouth 7 0 0
Rochester 19 4 0
Yarmouth 58 15
12,453 0 10¾
(total for the Outports 1,218l. 19s.d.)
Carried forward £1,038,068 13 £122,736 9
Brought forward 1,038,068 13 422,736 9
Receipts.
for the new Additional Duly on Coffee, tea, etc.
London port
Grand Receipt 70,535 18 5
Plantation Receipt 287 12
(total for London port 70,823l. 11s.d.)
Outports
Bristol 103 14 11
Bideford 0 3 8
Chester 1 16 0
Colchester 7 14 0
Cowes 0 2 0
Deal 1 0 0
Dover 1 14
Exeter 17 17 11½
Exeter 31 4
Falmouth 3 14 1
Harwich 3 8 0
Hull 0 9 5
Ipswich 2 1
Liverpool 5 18 9
Liverpool 57 10
Newcastle 0 7 6
Plymouth 21 18 7
Poole 0 16 5
Portsmouth 10 19 0
Rochester 19 4 0
Rye 0 19 2
Yarmouth 58 18 11¼
71,175 3 10
(total for the Outports 351l. 12s.d.)
for the Duty of Scotch Linen London port
Grand Receipt 12,034 4 10
Plantation Receipt 137 0
(total for London port 12,171 5s.d.)
Outports
Berwick 245 13
Carlisle 2,477 8
Hull 54 11 3
Liverpool 0 12 6
Newcastle 5 12 6
Poole 4 18
Whitehaven 26 10
Whitehaven 45 16
15,032 9
(total for the Outports 2,861 3s.d.)
for the Duty of 25 per rent, on French goods
London port
Grand Receipt 1 6 9
Wine Receipt 3,675 0 0
(total for London port 3,676l. 6s. 9d.)
Carried forward £1,136,729 7 £422,736 9
Brought forward. 1,136,729 7 422,736 9
Receipts.
Outports
Bristol 23 0 7
Cowes 2 12 10
Cowes 2 11 10
Falmouth 0 8 9
Southampton 0 9
Swanzey 0 15 3
3,703 13
(total for the Outports 27l. 6s.d.)
for the Duty of 15 per cent. on East India goods
London port 48,491 4 7
Bristol port 1 14 6
48,492 19 1
for the Coinage Duty London port
Wine and Vinegar Receipt 4,630 13
Brandy and Mum Receipt 252 19
(total for London port 4,883l. 13s. 2d.)
Outports
Barnstaple 0 1 1
Beaumaris 0 5 4
Bridgwater 7 9 5
Bristol 143 18
Bideford 23 9 5
Chester 72 5 5
Chichester 1 10 7
Colchester 1 2 2
Cowes 47 2
Dartmouth 3 1 2
Deal 23 14
Dover 35 1 3
Exeter 4 2 6
Exeter 66 16
Falmouth 5 6
Fowey 0 2 9
Hull 91 18
Liverpool 38 6
Liverpool 6 17 9
Looe 0 5 0
Lyme 1 5 10
Lyme 0 7 6
Lynn 253 10 7
Milford 0 8 9
Milford 1 6
Newcastle 6 17
Newcastle 42 9 6
Penryn 24 8 1
Penzance 8 0 7
Plymouth 141 11 6
Poole 22 18 6
Portsmouth 35 6 8
Poulton 0 0 1
Rochester 30 14 8
Rye 26 13 4
Sandwich 0 8 9
Carried forward £1,188,926 0 0 £422,736 9
Brought forward 1,188,926 0 0 422,736 9
Receipts.
Southampton 278 9
Stockton 0 0 5
Sunderland 0 1 8
Swanzey 1 17
Weymouth 49 13
Whitby 0 2 11
Whitehaven 5 0 10¾
Whitehaven 1 17 6
Yarmouth 1 17
6,391 19
(total for the Outports 1,508 6s.d.) 1,195,317 19
money received for interest due on bonds not satisfied in due time 192 1 11
overpayments by Collectors on Tonnage and Poundage
London port 606 19
Beaumaris 19 17 10¼
Berwick 201 0
Boston 50 2
Boston 137 3
Bridgwater 78 1 7
Bideford 1,764 7 7
Chichester 435 6
Colchester 60 19 8
Cowes 3,891 7 8
Dartmouth 2,617 3
Deal 1,401 3 10¼
Dover 4,267 1 7
Exeter 1,563 14 2
Exeter 67 18
Falmouth 687 19 11
Falmouth 1,191 9
Feversham 12 0 5
Harwich 2,367 19 11¼
Hull 501 16
Liverpool 1,035 0 11¾
Looe 82 9 4
Lyme 39 12 8
Milford 10,498 17
Milford 281 15
Newhaven 159 19 9
Penzance 152 10 11½
Portsmouth 39 14 7
Poulton 11 8
Rochester 476 6
Rye 1,857 10
Sandwich 113 7
Southampton 10,971 12 10¼
Stockton 90 3 11¼
Swanzey 014 12
Truro 385 14
Whitby 82 16 7
Yarmouth 669 13
Carried forward £1,618,246 10
Brought forward 1,618,246 10
Receipts.
Overpayments by Sundry late Collectors
London port 17 4 7
Boston 571 0
Boston 1,427 4
Bridgwater 306 11 1
Bridgwater 785 10
Bideford 1,728 15 11¾
Carlisle 2,494 6 8
Carlisle 16 0 3
Chester 7 11
Chichester 6,187 7
Chichester 1,818 6 11½
Deal 1,469 2 11¾
Dover 14,144 4
Falmouth 64 13
Falmouth 256 6 11½
Feversham 354 14
Feversham 1,286 8 2
Fowey 1,464 3 7
Harwich 139 4
Ipswich 288 14
Ipswich 24 15 9
Ipswich 0 0 1
Lancaster 3 17 11½
Minehead 1,329 4 10¾
Newhaven 320 10
Padstow 517 7
Padstow 916 1
Penzance 2,804 19 11¾
Plymouth 3,955 10 11¾
Poole 47 16
Poole 9 9 10¾
Poole 1,122 13 10¼
Poole 4,829 11
Portsmouth 3,303 8 9
Rochester 282 3 10¾
Rye 230 5 4
Rye 19 14 4
Sandwich 2,920 14
Sandwich 1,225 3
Swanzey 2,162 19 10¼
Weymouth 930 10 9
Whitby 376 18 10¾
Whitby 92 13 5
Whitehaven 342 0 6
112,082 9
overpayments on account of the New Additional Impositions: by collectors and for ports detailed 12,840 6 2
overpayments on account of the New Subsidy [of Tonnage and Poundage] which expired 1 February 1699–1700 by collectors and for ports detailed 173 17 10
overpayments on account of the New Subsidy which expired 8 March 1701–2 by collectors and for ports detailed 2,711 16
overpayments on account of the New Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage commencing 8 March 1701–2 by collectors and for ports detailed 1,233 2
Carried forward £129,041 12 £1,618.246 10
Brought forward 129,041 12 1,618,246 10
overpayments on account of the Additional One Third New Subsidy by collectors and for ports detailed 520 8
overpayments on account of the Additional Two Thirds new Subsidy by collectors and for ports detailed 432 1
overpayments on account of the New Duty on Coffee, tea, etc. by collectors and for ports detailed 98 19 10¾
overpayments on account of the New Duty on Scotch Linen by collectors and for port detailed 32 3 0½overpayments on account of the Duty of 25 per cent. on French goods by collectors and for ports detailed 45 4 0
overpayments on account of the Coinage Duty : by collectors and for ports detailed 165 5 0
overpayments on account of the Tonnage Duty on French ships l. s. d.
Lyme port 8 15 6
Poole port 9 12 0
18 7 6
total of overpayments 130,354 1
Total Charge and Receipts £1,748,600 11
Discharge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
money remitted to Henry Ferne, Receiver General and Cashier of Customs, from the several Receivers and Collectors of Customs in London and the Outports on account of the Customs as follows for the year ended at Xmas 1706 : including bonds and money due on bonds for Tonnage and Poundage 410,393 8 4
for New Additional Impositions 34,027 3
for Tonnage and Poundage which expired at 1 February 1699–1700 820 9
for ditto which expired 8 March 1701–2 1,041 16 0
for ditto which commenced 8 March 1701–2 283,886 2
for the One Third Tonnage and Poundage 97,663 16
for the Two Thirds ditto 114,313 7
for the New Duties on Coffee, etc. 11,072 2
for the Additional ditto 69,714 1
for the new Duties on Scotch Linen 15,144 14
for the 25 per cent. on French goods 4,546 10 9
for the new Duty of 15 per cent. on East India goods 48,491 4 7
for the Coinage Duty 6,754 14
for the Tonnage Duty on French ship 25 15 0
1,097,925 6
Carried forward £1,097,925 6
Brought forward 1,097,925 6
Defalked and discounted by Receivers and Collectors for overpayments on their preceding accounts of the Customs
for Customs [Tonnage and Poundage]
London port 225 18 0
Beaumaris 15 1
Berwick 215 4
Boston 88 18 4
Bridgwater 245 3
Bideford 400 4
Carlisle 2,494 6 8
Chichester 1,818 6
Chichester 408 15 4
Colchester 73 8
Cowes 3,484 8 10½
Dartmouth 2,648 10 11¼
Deal 1,475 0 11¼
Dover 2,078 10
Exeter 1,703 4 6
Falmouth 1,191 9
Falmouth 300 5
Feversham 53 14
Fowey 140 7 10
Harwich 2,372 2 1
Ipswich 57 10 1
Ipswich 0 0 1
Lancaster 37 1
Looe 96 7 2
Milford 10,177 13
Minehead 1,329 4 10¾
Minehead 101 2 11¾
Newhaven 160 8 5
Padstow 104 9
Penzance 2,755 2
Penzance 173 19 1
Poole 4,820 11
Portsmouth 3,303 8 9
Porstmouth 333 4
Poulton 34 7 7
Rochester 153 1
Rye 1,841 15 10¾
Sandwich 1,225 3
Sandwich 65 2 6
Southampton 11,259 9
Stockton 63 1
Swanzey 2,162 19 10¼
Swanzey 286 1 7
Truro 304 9 10
Weymouth 1,991 19
Whitby 74 11 10½
Yarmouth 730 5
ditto by sundry late Collectors for Customs [Tonnage and Poundage
London port 17 4 7
Boston 571 0
Boston 1,427 4
Bridgwater 306 11 1
Carried forward £1,097,925 6
Brought forward 1,097,925 6
Bridgwater 783 10
Bideford 1,728 15 11¾
Carlisle 16 0 3
Chester 7 11
Chichester 6,187 7
Deal 1,469 2 11¾
Dover 14,144 4
Falmouth 64 13
Falmouth 256 6 11½
Feversham 354 14
Feversham 1,286 8 2
Fowey 1,464 3 7
Harwich 139 4
Ipswich 288 14
Ipswich 24 15 9
Lancaster 77 0 11½
Newhaven 320 10
Padstow 517 7
Penryn 916 1
Plymouth 3,955 10 11¾
Poole 47 16
Poole 9 9 10¾
Poole 1,122 13 10¼
Rochester 282 3 10¾
Rye 230 5 4
Rye 19 14 4
Sandwich 2,920 14
Weymouth 930 10 9
Whitby 376 18 10¾
Whitby 0 18 8
Whitby 64 4 6
Whitehaven 322 18 9
107,666 7 0
similar overpayments by Collectors, detailed, of the New Impositions 12,554 6
the like overpayments for the Tonnage and Poundage which expired at 1 February 1699–1700 173 17 10
the like overpayments for the Tonnage and Poundage which expired at 8 March 1701–2 2,907 2
the like overpayments for the Tonnage and Poundage which commenced 7 March, 1701–2 1,160 0 9
the like overpayments for the One Third Subsidy 606 14 6
the like overpayments for the Two Thirds Subsidy 31 3 8
the like overpayments for the Duty on Coffee 268 8
the like overpayments for the Duty on Scotch Linen 21 2 11
the like overpayments for the 25 per cent. on French goods 29 12
the like overpayments for the Coinage Duty 152 14
the like overpayments for the Duty on French shipping 18 7 6
total allowances for overpayments 125,589 18
Carried forward £1,223,515 4
Brought forward 1,223,515 4
salaries in the Outports detailed 37,069 4
incidents of ditto 22,290 1
allowance for collecting the Coinage Duty 106 10
paid on Debentures for re-exports and on Debentures for corn exports:
on the half Subsidy and additional Duty
l. s. d.
London port 1,525 16
Barnstaple 567 9 11½
Beaumaris 34 6 8
Bristol 9,750 2 1
Bideford 1,230 5 7
Carlisle 2 8
Chester 124 8
Colchester for corn exported 14 13 9
Cowes 110 12
Dartmouth 10 13
Deal 444 2 0
Dover 754 7 4
Exeter 55 2
Exeter for corn exported 466 15
Falmouth 123 15 11¼
Hull 2 0
Hull for corn exported 2,826 6 11¼
Lancaster 288 10
Liverpool 9,730 1 11¾
Liverpool for corn exported 20 10 0
Lyme 154 1 11¾
Lynn 974 17
Milford 17 13
Minehead for corn exported 1 17 6
Newcastle 8 18 10
Newcastle for corn exported 335 10 6
Penryn 364 10
Penzance 281 17 11¾
Plymouth 1,217 4
Poole 2 1
Poole for corn exported 22 1 3
Portsmouth 27 5
Sandwich 2 7 2
Stockton for corn exported 346 0 0
Weymouth 1 8
Whitehaven 5,600 5 10¼
Whitehaven 3,552 10
40,993 1 11
paid on Debentures for the new Additional Impositions on Poundage goods re-exported
London port 693 17 7
Beaumaris 9 15 0
Bristol 268 19
Bideford 268 3 3
Cowes 20 15 11½
Dartmouth 17 16
Carried forward £1,323,974 2
Brought forward 1,323,974 2
Deal 0 18 9
Dover 54 0
Exeter 0 5 10½
Falmouth 31 14
Liverpool 68 0
Liverpool 63 9
Lyme 14 17 6
Minehead 5 19
Newcastle 0 18 9
Penryn 41 10
Plymouth 23 5
Poole 12 16 0
Weymouth 3 10 4
Whitehaven 1 0 10¼
Whitehaven 8
1,602 4
money repaid on Debentures for the new Subsidy ended 1 February 1699–1700 Bristol 118 2 8
ditto on ditto which expired 8 March 1701–2 Bristol 458 1
ditto on ditto which commenced 8 March 1701–2
London port 2,463 17 2
Barnstaple 380 2 10
Beaumaris 38 13 4
Bristol 6,848 1
Bideford 891 7
Carlisle 2 10
Chester 38 6 0
Cowes 162 9
Dartmouth 10 11 11½
Deal 310 10 0
Dover 522 11 11
Exeter 17 15 7
Exeter 70 7
Falmouth 77 17
Hull 4 0 11¾
Lancaster 192 14 10½
Liverpool 5,264 4 11½
Liverpool 1,487 13
Lyme 125 13
Lynn 6 14
Milford 11 15
Minehead 1 0
Newcastle 0 13
Newcastle 17 4 4
Penryn 251 10 6
Penzance 211 3
Plymouth 863 18
Poole 3 6
Portsmouth 54 11
Sandwich 4 14 4
Weymouth 2 16 10¼
Whitehaven 3,758 8 10½
Whitehaven 2,372 17 11
26,470 5 10¼
Carried forward £1,352,622 16 10
Brought forward 1,352,622 16 10
repayment on re-export of Debentures on the One Third Subsidy
London port 798 1 11½
Barnstaple 125 14
Beaumaris 12 17
Bristol 1,159 17
Bideford 290 8
Carlisle 0 14 10½
Chester 11 19
Cowes 54 2
Dartmouth 1 9
Deal...... 99 1 11
Dover 162 17
Exeter 5 18
Exeter 23 9 0
Falmouth 0 12 11½
Hull 1 7 0
Lancaster 64 4 11½
Liverpool 1,751 17
Liverpool 527 12
Lyme 40 8 0
Lynn 2 4 9
Milford 3 18 6
Minehead 0 6 8
Newcastle 0 4
Newcastle 5 14
Penryn 79 5
Penzance 70 7 10¼
Plymouth 265 6
Poole 0 19
Portsmouth 0 4 11¾
Sandwich 1 11
Weymouth 0 14
Whitehaven 1,252 15
Whitehaven 790 15 3
7,607 5
repayments on Debentures for re-export on the Two Thirds Subsidy
London port 1,003 9 2
Beaumaris 25 15 7
Bristol 96 16
Bideford 45 6 11
Carlisle 1 7
Cowes 108 5 3
Dartmouth 2 18
Deal 11 3 10
Dover 0 10 10¾
Exeter 11 17
Exeter 46 18 0
Hull 2 13 11¾
Lancaster 0 14
Liverpool 23 9 10½
Liverpool 71 7
Lyme 30 9
Lynn 4 9
Minehead 0 13 4
Newcastle 0 8 10½
Newcastle 0 12 8
Penryn 0 4
Plymouth 3 15
Carried forward £l,360,230 2
Brought forward 1,360,230 2
Poole 1 19 1
Sandwich 3 2 10½
Weymouth 1 8 5
Whitehaven 16 18
Whitehaven 6 19
1,523 16 10½
repayments on Debentures for re-exports of Coffee, etc.
London port 545 0
Liverpool 1 4 0
Lyme 1 11
547 16 0
repayments on Debentures for re-exports on the New Additional Duties on Coffee
London port 1,201 13 9
Dover 1 14
Exeter 0 9 4
Poole 0 16 5
1,204 13 10½
repayments on Debentures for re-exports of Scotch Linen
London port 7 18
Carlisle 7 11
Lancaster 3 12
Liverpool 7 7 11¼
Whitehaven 113 1
Whitehaven 25 15 2
165 7
repayments on Debentures for re-export on the Coinage Duty
Bristol 11 12 4
Dover 0 3 9
Exeter 1 5 0
Lyme 0 10 0
Penryn 0 1 3
13 12 4
(total for re-export Debentures 80,704l. 8s. 1d.)
repayments on certificates of over entry and of damaged goods: on
Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage 3,367 7 4
New Additional Impositions 130 6
Subsidy expired 1 February 1699–1700 19 9 10½
ditto expired 8 March 1701–2 40 6 11¾
ditto commencing 8 March 1701–2 1,721 4 10½
One Third Subsidy 646 3
Two Thirds Subsidy 318 18
New Duty on Coffee 5 3 2
New Additional Duty on Coffee 4 10
New Duty on Scotch Linen 1 0
Second 25 per cent. on French goods 4 3 4
Coinage Duty 27 6
6,286 1
Carried forward £1,369,971 10
Brought forward 1,369,971 10
portage money allowed to merchants “rated and computed according to the ancient rates” 520 19
total of Payments and allowances £1,370,492 10
Remains, 378,108l. 1s.d.
against which Depending upon the several Receivers and Collectors of ports detailed at length
for the Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage
London port 62,541 3
Outports 48,497 13
ditto (upon late Receivers, etc.)
London port 9,883 15 5
Outports 28,246 12 3
for the Additional imposition on poundage goods
London port 4,708 3
Outports 27,748 14
for the Subsidy ended 1 February 1699–1700 26,093 18
for the Subsidy ended 8 March 1701–2 8,829 11
for the Subsidy commenced 8 March 1701–2 (including London42,667l. 0s. 3d.) 89,306 1
for the One Third Subsidy 36,760 7
for the Two Thirds Subsidy 8,488 6
for the New Duty on Coffee 3,383 19 11¼
for the New Additional Duty on Coffee 452 1 4
for the New Duty on Scotch Linen 4,237 0
for the New 25 per cent. on French goods 17,557 2
for the 15 per cent. on East India goods 1 14
for the Coinage Duty 1,195 7 1
for the Tonnage Duty on French ships 176 7 11
£378,108 1
and so this accompt is even and quit.
Declared 8 May 1714.
Memorandum: by Auditor Edward Harley. By an Act of 20 Charles II the above late Collectors are chargeable with 12 per cent. for the moneys remaining in their hands.
“Here noted to the end the same may be charged upon them by judgment of the Court of Exchequer pursuant to the said Act and an order of the late Lords Commissioners for the Treasury requiring an execution of the said Act.”
Declared Accounts: Customs: Cash Account.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 779, ROLL 943.
Henry Ferne, Receiver General and Cashier of Customs.
25 December 1705 to 25 December 1706.
Charge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
arrears: remaining in the hands of this accomptant upon the foot of his last preceding accompt 4,751 4 11¼
bonds and obligations in his hands 125,292 10
Transport Debentures received by him in lieu of bonds 1,357 4
imprests to sundry persons 605 0 0
total of arrears 132,005 19
Receipts:
out of the arrears of Customs
interest on Transport debentures accepted for payment of Customs in 1703 London port 84 6 11
Geo. Dickenson, late collector at Hull for arrears 760 9
844 16
On the Customs which commenced 26 December 1699 and determined 31 July 1706
London port l. s. d.
Grand Receipt 112,137 1
Plantation goods 21,548 17
Wines 56,597 17
Customs outwards 8,130 0 2
Leather outwards 626 2 6
Plantation goods inwards 77 18 1
interest on bonds 18 13
Transport debentures taken for Customs 51 7
199,187 17 11¾
Outports
Barnstaple 118 6 8
Berwick 61 17 5
Bristol 21,074 11 8
Bideford 2,683 10 0
Carlisle 425 10 0
Chester 1,119 10
Chichester 0 0 6
Exeter 477 10 0
Fowey 2 10
Hull 1,075 17
Hull 100 0 0
Liverpool 6,755 14 8
Liverpool 754 0 0
Liverpool 580 0 0
Lyme 563 0 0
Lynn 345 5
Newcastle 1,583 5 1
Newcastle 250 0 0
Padstowe 13 7 5
Penryn 787 4
Penzance 49 17 10¼
Plymouth 529 2
Stockton 789 4 0
Sunderland 1.539 10
Whitby 8 9
Whitehaven 2,309 7 0
43,996 12
243,184 10
Carried forward £376,035 6 10
Brought forward 376,035 6 10
Customs which commenced the 1st August 1706
London port
Grand Receipt 44,896 12 1
Plantation receipt in money 70,020 4 9
in bonds 24,711 19
Wines 5,899 19
ditto in bonds 326 12 7
Customs outward 5,698 0
Leather outwards 429 15
151,983 4
Outports
Cheater 265 0 7
Exeter 100 0 0
Liverpool 866 6 0
Lyme 500 0 0
Newcastle 840 0 0
Plymouth 50 0 0
Whitehaven 560 0 0
3,181 6 7
(total for Customs 399193l. 18s. 2d.) 155,164 10 10¼
out of the new Additional Impositions on poundage goods which determined the 1st of August 1706
London port
Grand receipt 14,552 9
Plantation goods 974 4 3
Wines 1563 12
Receiver outwards 6 1 6
Receiver outwards 50 2 10
17,146 10 8
Outports
Beaumaris 0 9
Berwick 6 4
Bideford 37 15
Chester 445 15 11½
Chichester 11 6
Chichester 88 17 3
Colchester 43 10
Dartmouth 7 6
Deal 200 0 0
Dover 126 12
Exeter 52 14
Exeter 50 0 0
Falmouth 419 16 6
Falmouth 32 14
Fowey 43 7
Harwich 44 4 10½
Hull 635 12
Hull 235 19 11
Ipswich 7 6 11
Lancaster 50 0 0
Liverpool 360 6 0
Looe 24 13 3
Lyme 75 0 0
Lynn 42 19 10¼
Minehead 45 0 9
Newcastle 605 19 7
Newcastle 53 18
Padstow 0 9
Penryn 220 15
Carried forward £17,446 10 8 £531,199 17
Brought forward 17,146 10 8 531,199 17
Penzance 127 2
Penzance 10 11 5
Plymouth 677 15 0
Poole 306 14 0
Poulton 2 19 1
Portsmouth 370 17 11¾
Rochester 600 18 5
Rye 194 0 0
Sandwich 20 0 5
Southampton 459 6
Stockton 237 8
Sunderland 15 14 6
Truro 94 13 6
Weymouth 185 6
Whitby 6 16
Yarmouth 200 0 0
7,479 2 5
out of the New Additional Impositions which commenced the 1st August 1706 24,625 13 1
London port
Grand receipt 6,025 15 11
Plantation receipt 1,696 2 8
Wines 437 10 0
Receiver outwards 5 13
8,165 1
Out ports
Chester 274 0
ColChester 25 17
Dartmouth 7 12
Exeter 60 0 0
Hull 50 0 0
Ipswich 1 12 10
Liverpool 85 17 9
Newcastle 200 0 0
Portsmouth 50 0 0
Stockton 1 3
Sunderland 6 9
Whitby 0 6
Yarmouth 111 8 3
904 8
(total for the New Additional Impositions 33,695l. 3s.d.) 9,069 10
arrears of the New Subsidy which determined the 1st February 1699–1700
Outports
Chichester 68 5 9
Deal 339 2
Exeter 13 10
Lancaster 89 13 11
Penryn 60 10 11¾
Penzance 3 3 10¼
Poole 94 2
Whitehaven 9 8
677 18
677 18
Carried forward £565,572 19 5
Brought forward 565,572 19 5
New Subsidy which determined 8th March 1701–2
London port 0 7 3
Outports
Chichester 50 13
Deal 216 11
Lancaster 23 14
Liverpool 40 0 0
Penryn 11 2 11¾
Whitehaven 9 16
Whitehaven 181 0 0
532 18 1
533 5 4
the new Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage which commenced 8th March 1701–2
London port
Grand Receipt in money 121,387 3
Plantation Receipt in money 37,577 10 8
Plantation Receipt in in bonds 27,598 16
Wines in money 37,835 4
224,398 14
late Receiver (Henry Wolstenholme) 91 9 4
interest on bonds 15 5 3
Outports
Barnstaple 30 0 01
Beaumaris 18 16
Berwick 173 18
Boston 67 11
Boston 58 17
Bridgwater 99 18
Bristol 24,713 2
Bideford 756 15
Carlisle 823 15 0
Chester 1,372 18 0
Chichester 253 15
Colchester 217 6 11
Dartmouth 90 19 6
Deal 56 18
Dover 517 3 8
Exeter 308 0 0
Exeter 1,739 15 11
Falmouth 313 19 0
Falmouth 213 15
Feversham 2 11 7
Fowey 13 2 7
Harwich 109 13
Hull 2,793 15
Ipswich 79 8 9
Lancaster 270 8 10¼
Liverpool 3,071 0 0
Liverpool 771 18 0
Liverpool 938 0 0
Looe 2 11
Lyme 688 3 0
Lyme 346 13 4
Lynn 1,902 16
Minehead 241 18
Newcastle 1,182 7 10½
Newcastle 895 10 7
Carried forward £224,505 9 £566,106 4 9
Brought forward 224,505 0 566,106 4 9
Padstow 13 7 5
Penryn 470 14
Penryn 2 6 11
Penzance 115 19 5
Penzance 11 11
Plymouth 2,194 5
Poole 158 7
Portsmouth 971 11 10½
Poulton 10 9 6
Rochester 562 7 6
Rye 40 17 8
Sandwich 150 19 1
Southampton 999 18 11½
Stockton 368 3 10¼
Sunderland 63 7 9
Weymouth 275 0 0
Whitby 35 0
Whitehaven 351 8 11½
Whitehaven 234 3 8
Whitehaven 1 4 1
Yarmouth 1,291 7 5
53,459 19
(total for the new Subsidy 279,176l. 12s.d.) 277,965 1
additional Subsidy being One Third part of the said New Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage which commenced 8th March 1701–2
London port
Grand Receipt in money 39,980 2 2
Plantation Receipt in money 11,868 0 9
Plantation Receipt in bonds 9,571 11
Wines in money 15,342 15
76,762 10
interest on bonds 3 7
Outports
Beaumaris 6 5 9
Berwick 13 19
Boston 22 10
Bridgwater 33 6 1
Bristol 5,995 12 11½
Bideford 169 6
Carlisle 340 9
Chester 345 3
Chichester 0 2 4
Colchester 72 8 11
Dartmouth 27 1
Dover 259 19
Exeter 538 7 9
Falmouth 60 0 0
Feversham 0 17
Fowey 13 16
Harwich 41 1
Hull 909 7 3
Ipswich 20 16
Carried forward £76,765 18 £844,071 13
Brought forward 76,765 18 844,071 13
additional Subsidy being One Third part of the said New Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage which commenced 8th March 1701–2
Lancaster 50 0 0
Liverpool 1,244 5
Liverpool 160 0 0
Lyme 142 0 0
Lyme 40 11 0
Lynn 775 19
Minehead 58 15
Newcastle 294 15
Newcastle 374 18
Padstow 76 5
Penryn 530 8
Penryn 3 8 8
Penzance 205 5
Penzance 41 8
Plymouth 2,646 1
Poole 461 15 4
Portsmouth 814 0
Poulton 0 3 2
Rochester 148 1 7
Rye 265 10 0
Sandwich 46 11
Southampton 1,178 11
Stockton 122 14
Sunderland 21 2 7
Weymouth 755 0 0
Whitby 11 13
Whitehaven 67 2 6
Yarmouth 719 0 3
20,156 2
96,922 0 5
The second Additional Subsidy being two third parts of New Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage commencing 8th March 1704–5
London port
Grand Receipt 75,242 17
Plantation Receipt 1,403 7 4
Wines 24,927 6 11½
101,573 11 5
Outports
Beaumaris 12 11
Berwick 87 19
Boston 45 0 11¼
Bridgwater 66 12
Bristol 2,119 18 0
Bideford 20 11
Carlisle 658 13 0
Chester 710 3 3
Chichester 0 0 3
Colchester 175 5
Dartmouth 49 16 8
Exeter 1,818 17 0
Falmouth 32 16 7
Feversham 0 15
Carried forward £101,573 11 5 £940,993 13
Brought forward 101,573 11 5 940,993 13
Fowey 5 5
Harwich 75 4
Hull 1,745 9
Ipswich 49 2 10¼
Liverpool 135 0 0
Lyme 50 0 0
Lynn 1,143 8
Minehead 141 19 7
Newcastle 750 14 1
Newcastle 760 0 0
Padstow 8 18
Penryn 112 5 4
Penzance 3 11
Penzance 41 1 1
Plymouth 111 17
Poole 27 12
Portsmouth 560 17
Poulton 6 18
Rochester 177 10 0
Sandwich 93 2 11½
Southampton 292 0 0
Stockton 291 9 3
Sunderland 42 5 2
Whitby 23 7
Whitehaven 84 5 0
Whitehaven 66 0 0
Yarmouth 891 8 3
12,769 16
114,343 7
The Duty on Coffee, tea, etc., for paying off the debt for Transport service.
Deal port 6 7 0
Deal port 21 10 5
Lancaster 0 8 0
Poole 1 4 0
29 9 5
29 9 5
the new Duties on Coffee, tea, etc. as by
London port
Grand Receipt 10,396 12 4
Plantation goods 280 11 6
10,677 3 10
Outports
Berwick 0 1 0
Chester 1 16 0
Chichester 7 14 0
Deal 112 15 0
Exeter 41 12
Exeter 15 0 0
Harwich 5 12 2
Lancaster 0 4 8
Liverpool 50 0 0
Lyme 5 2
Carried forward £10,677 3 10 £1,055,366 10 8
Brought forward 10,677 3 10 1,055,366 10 8
Rochester 19 16
Southampton 2 16 0
Whitehaven 3 0 0
Yarmouth 100 0 0
365 9
Additional Duty on Coffee, etc. 11,042 13
London port
Grand Receipt 69,173 0
Plantation Receipt 287 12
69,460 13 3
Outports
Chester 2 8 0
Colchester 7 14 0
Exeter 42 19
Exeter 15 0 0
Harwich 1 13 0
Liverpool 50 0 0
Rochester 21 19 6
Yarmouth 111 14 4
253 7 10¼
69,714 1
new Duty on Scotch linen etc. which determined 11 July 1706
London port
Grand Receipt 5,670 1 8
Plantation Receipt 137 0
5,807 2
Outports
Berwick 252 17 11
Carlisle 1,273 9 0
Exeter 23 0
Hull 16 18 11
Lancaster 15 12 6
Newcastle 88 11 10½
Carlisle 51 14 0
1,722 4 10
7,529 7
new Duty on Scotch linen which commenced 11 July 1706
London port 6,356 4
Outports
Berwick 87 13 8
Carlisle 1,116 17 0
Hull 50 0 0
Newcastle 4 12
1,259 2
7,615 7
arrears of the Duty on Coals which determined 17th May 1696
Berwick 0 5 0
Chichester 20 15 0
Exeter 9 16 0
Feversham 0 0
Harwich 14 18 7
Hull 223 7
Hull 58 14 7
Milford 25 3
Newhaven 6 19
Penryn 42 7
Poole 12 9 8
414 16 414 16
Carried forward £1,151,682 16 2
l. s. d. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 1,151,682 16 2
arrears of the Duty on Coals and Culme which determined 15 May 1703
Barnstaple 2,998 12
Chichester 23 13 8
Deal 726 9
Exeter 0 1
Falmouth 147 8 1
Fowey 35 8
Hawick 10 12 10¾
Lancaster 2 10
Leigh 207 13 9
Lynn 36 1
Newhaven 29 1 6
Whitehaven 10 2
4,227 15 10
4,227 15 10
new Duty on Coals and Culme which commenced 15 May 1703
London port
in money 74,336 9 11½
in goods 8,305 15 10
82,642 5
interest on bonds 24 3 9
Outports
Barnstaple 279 10
Barnstaple 116 0 0
Beaumaris 66 15 8
Berwick 1 16
Boston 210 0 0
Boston 1,211 11 4
Bridgwater 1,401 7 0
Bideford 1,471 6 10¾
Chichester 27 3
Chichester 71 5
Colchester 1,752 13
Dartmouth 95 13 8
Deal 710 0 0
Exeter 572 14
Exeter 120 0 0
Falmouth 62 11
Feversham 626 0
Fowey 61 7
Garcet 7 1 7
Gloucester 100 0 0
Harwich 527 4
Hull 1,681 4 10¾
Ipswich 1,091 2 10¾
Lancaster 22 14
Looe 10 5
Leigh 140 8 11½
Lynn 8,401 7 11¾
Milford 400 0 0
Minehead 530 12 11
Padstow 169 5
Penryn 12 4 1
Penzance 79 5
Penzance 42 16
Plymouth 325 0
Poole 47 12 2
Portsmouth 1,350 19
Carried forward £82,666 9 £1,155,910 12 0
Brought forward 82,666 9 1,155,910 12 0
Rochester 1,107 17 3
Sandwich 986 12
Southampton 593 15 11
Stockton 31 11 5
Truro 58 13 1
Whitby 974 3
Whitehaven 6 1 10½
Yarmouth 9,757 0
37,312 19
(total for the new Duties on Coal, etc. 124,622l. 1s. 1d.) 119,979 8
the new Duty on Cinders which commenced15 May 1703
London port
interest on bonds 0 1 5
Outports
Hull port 36 19
Lynn 317 11
Yarmouth 1,220 13 2
1,575 4
1,575 5
the new Duty on Leather
Berwick port 0 0 6
Penryn 2 0 0
Poole 0 4 6
2 5 0
2 5 0
the new Duty on paper
Berwick port 0 3 4
Poole 3 0
3 3
3 3
the second Duty of25 per cent. on French goods
London port
General Receipt 1 6 9
wines 3,676 0 0
3,676 6 9
Outports
Berwick 2 0 0
Chester 335 10
Deal 200 0 0
Exeter 0 0
Falmouth 191 11 7
Fowey 43 9
Lancaster 25 0
Plymouth 20 3
Southampton 32 9
Yarmouth 20 0 0
870 4 0
4,546 10 9
Tonnage Duty on French ships
Chichester 10 10 0
Deal 0 15 0
Falmouth 14 10 0
25 15 0 25 15 0
Carried forward £1,282,043 0 10½
Brought forward 1,282,043 0 10½
Tonnage Duty on English ships
Berwick port 3 18
Chichester 84 3
Hull 279 11 10
Penryn 13 19
381 13 6
381 13 6
the Duty of15 per cent. on India goods
London port 48,491 4 7
the Coinage Duty London port
wines 4,553 10
brandy 248 15
4,802 5 4
Outports
Beaumaris 1 18 10
Berwick 0 0 10
Bridgwater 6 18 11
Bristol 425 1
Bideford 31 15
Chester 72 3
Colchester 1 0 6
Dartmouth 3 1 2
Deal 138 11
Chichester 24 14
Dover 66 7 7
Exeter 80 7 7
Exeter 70 0 0
Harwich 1 2 1
Harwich 0 0
Hull 97 14
Ipswich 0 0 10
Lancaster 0 1
Looe 0 5 0
Lyme 0 19 10
Lynn 203 5 10
Newcastle 19 1
Newcastle 42 4 6
Penryn 22 16 10½
Penryn 2 11
Penzance 25 8
Penzance 8 2 10
Plymouth 174 17
Poole 20 4 2
Poole 84 14 6
Portsmouth 5 2
Chichester 26 13
Rochester 12 10 0
Sandwich 0 8 9
Southampton 267 10 0
Sunderland 0 1 8
Whitby 0 2 1
Whitehaven 6 6 11½
Whitehaven 8 0
1,952 9
6,754 14
Carried forward £1,337,670 13
Brought forward 1,337,670 13
the enumerated Duties as by
John Moore, collector at Philadelphia in Pennsylvania 80 16 3
Samuel Lowman, collector at Newcastle in Pennsylvania 158 4 1
Henry Brooke, collector at Lewis in Pennsylvania 81 18
Samuel Swan, collector at North Carolina 99 15 0
Samuel Catchpole, collector at Jamaica 321 6 0
Richard Buckeridge, collector at Antigua 23 0 4
785 0
Duty of Four and a Half per cent. [in Barbados and the Leeward Islands] which commenced 8th March 1701–2 as by Thomas Scott, husband [in London port] for the said Duty 8,096 13
(total Receipts as above 1,214,526l. 7s.d.) the new Additional Duty of 5 per cent. on East India goods granted by 9 Wm. III c.44 s.66 to be paid to the East India Company for the maintenance of their Ambassadors thither 65,955 5
total charge and receipts £1,412,487 12
Discharge.
salaries and entertainments of Commissioners and officers on the Quarter books, London port 26,387 7 7
fees and rewards of patent officers, London port 5,592 4 8
fees and allowances to patent officers of the outports 1,833 2 9
salaries of officers of the Customs in the Foreign Plantations: viz.
Thomas Broughton, collector at Charles Town in South Carolina 60 0 0
Robert Dacres, comptroller at Currituck in North Carolina (half a year) 25 0 0
Samuel Swann, collector at Roanoke in North Carolina and half a year as Collector at Currituck 90 0 0
Geo. Luke, collector of the Lower part of Tames River in Virginia 100 0 0
Richard Chichester, Collector at Rappahanock River 80 0 0
Nicholas Spencer, collector at South Potomac 80 0 0
Geo. Muschamp, collector at Potuxen in Maryland 80 0 0
William Bladen, Surveyor at Annapolis 60 0 0
Thomas Collier, surveyor at Williamstadt 35 0 0
Thomas Seymour, riding surveyor at Bahama and Sassafras (half a year) 25 0 0
Edward Price, Surveyor at Wiccomoco at Munni (half a year) 12 10 0
William Dyer, surveyor at Delaware Bay from 10 May 1704 to Xmas 1705 81 6 6
John Moore, collector at Philadelphia 160 0 0
Samuel Lowman, collector at Newcastle in Pennsylvania 90 0 0
Hen. Brooke, collector at Lewis 90 0 0
Carried forward £1,068 16 6 £33,812 15 0
Brought forward 1,068 16 6 33,812 15 0
John White, collector at Perth-Amboy in East Jersey 40 0 0
John Jewell, surveyor at Bridlinton in West Jersey (half a year) 15 0 0
Tho. Byerley, collector at New York (1½ years to 24 June 1706) 82 10 0
William Carter, Comptroller 55 0 0
Ralph Harrison, Comptroller at Boston, New England and John Graves at the Bahama Islands 140 0 0
Robert Quarry, Surveyor General on the continent of America for himself, a clerk, a boat and 4 men 495 0 0
Cha. Carkesse, plantation clerk 100 0 0
1,996 6 6
annual and accidental payments and allowances by Treasury warrant:
out of the Customs: for ground-rent, clerks and incidents, etc. 3,521 8 4
out of the several new duties:, viz.:
out of the new additional Impositions: for clerks and incidents etc. 75 0 0
out of the New Subsidy for ditto 75 0 0
out of the first additional new Subsidy: for ditto 20 0 0
out of the new Duties on Coffee, tea etc.: for ditto 367 1 2
out of the new Duty on Scotch linen: for ditto 15 0 0
out of the new Duties on Coals: for ditto 1,365 8
out of the Duty on Cinders: for ditto 5 0 0
out of the Enumerated Duties for ditto 5 0 0
out of the 25 per cent. on French goods: for ditto 20 0 0
out of the Duty of 15 per cent. on muslins: for ditto 442 10 0
out of the Coinage Duty: for ditto 235 3 0
out of the Duty of Four and a Half per cent: for ditto 2,596 13
5,221 15
incidents of management: London port 27,772 8 7
(total payments, etc. out of the Customs, subsidies, etc. 72,324l. 14s.d)
money repaid on Certificates of damaged goods and over entries 13,099 19 1
money repaid on Postage Bills 1,466 10 3
money repaid on Export Debentures 245,970 5 5
260,536 14 9
the produce of the new Duty of 5 per cent. on East India goods repaid to the East India Company for maintenance of ambassadors 65,955 5
money paid into the Exchequer on the arrears of Customs 671 6 10
on the Customs which commenced 26 December 1699 and determined 31 July 1706 126,430 7 10
on the growing Customs which commenced 1 August 1706 90,629 9 11½
on the new Additional Impositions which determined 1 August 1706 22,100 7 7
Carried forward £239,831 12 £398,816 14
Brought forward 239,831 12 398,816 14
on the new Additional Impositions which commenced 1 August 1706 8,701 3
on the arrears of the new Subsidy which determined 1 February 1099–1700 820 9
on the new Subsidy [of Tonnage and Poundage] which determined 8 March 1701–2 1,041 8 10
on the new Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage] which commenced 8 March 1701–2 220,944 19
on the first Additional Subsidy of One Third Tonnage and Poundage 77,003 5 5
on the second Additional Subsidy of Two Thirds Tonnage and Poundage 100,202 1 3
on the Duties on Coffee, tea etc. for the Transport Debt 21 10 5
on the Duties on Coffee, tea etc. 8,830 7
on the Additional Duty on Coffee etc. 49.115 16
on the new Duty on Scotch linen which determined 11 July 1706 7,210 18
on the new Duty on Scotch linen which commenced 11 July 1706 7,538 8 9
on the arrears of the Duty on Coals which determined 17 May 1696 398 13
on the arrears of the Duties on Coals and Culme which determined 15 May 1703 4,227 15 11
on the new Subsidy on Coals and Culme which commenced 15 May 1703 117,740 4 10½
on the new Duty on Cinders 1,575 10 8
on the Duty on leather 2 5 0
on the Duty on paper 3 3
on the Duty of 25 per cent. on French goods 4,284 17
on the Tonnage Duty on French ships 25 15 0
on the Tonnage Duty on English ships 381 13
on the Duty of 15 per cent. on India goods 33,318 12 10
on the Coinage Duty 6,433 6 7
on the Four and a Half per cent. Duty 5,500 0 0
895,914 1
total payments and allowances £1,294,730 16 6
Remains 117,756l. 16s.d.
Whereof
bonds remaining in this accountant's hands 106,974 2 11½
Transport Debentures remaining in this accountant's hands 1,357 4
depending upon the account of John Knight, late Receiver General of Customs from Michaelmas 1696 to 23 October 1697 475 0 0
ditto on ditto of Richard Hutchinson late same 100 0 0
ditto upon James Bell and John Cannon, Customs Officers in Kent 30 0 0
£108,936 7
so this accomptant remains indebted on this account 8,820 9
Declared 20 May 1708.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 632, ROLL 204.
New Impositions on Wines and Vinegar.
General Account exhibited by Rowland Holt, Comptroller General of the accompts of the Customs.
25 December 1705 to 25 December 1706.
Charge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Remains in the hands of Receivers and Collectors at the foot of the last preceding account of this Duty 102,886 6 9
receipts
London port
Sir John Shaw, Receiver (money 80,268l. 15s. 7d. bonds 7,360l. 4s. l1d.) 87,638 0 6
Outports
Barnstaple 1 1 8
Beaumaris 15 0
Bristol 2,812 5 1¾;
Bideford 461 14
Chester 1,271 13
Colchester 17 7 6
Cowes 17 19
Dartmouth 33 19
Deal 439 18
Bridgwater 145 0 7
Chichester 1 10 9
Dover 9 12
Exeter 76 2 10½
Exeter 1,286 19
Falmouth 95 18
Fowey 2 12 2
Hull 1,648 4
Liverpool 732 0
Liverpool 126 18
Lyme 4 12 4
Lynn 4,826 9 8
Milford 9 3
Milford 25 7
Newcastle 61 10 11¾
Newcastle 804 7
Penryn 410 18
Penzance 110 13 7
Plymouth 666 5 11
Poole 230 1
Portsmouth 402 4
Poulton 0 1
Rochester 230 13 5
Rye 51 2
Sandwich 9 3
Southampton 2,489 8
Swanzey 25 5
Weymouth 291 13
Whitby 3 6 6
Whitehaven 71 10
Whitehaven 35 6 3
Yarmouth 20 12 7
107,622 17
(total for the outports 19,984l. 17s.d.)
interest on bonds not paid in due time 447 7 11½
overpayments by collectors within the time of this accompt: for ports detailed at length 3,053 17 8
total of charge and receipts £214,010 9 10¾
Discharge.
money accounted for by Henry Ferne, Customs Cashier, in his Cash Account of the New Impositions on wines for the year ended 25 December 1706 as received from the several collections thereof, viz.:
for arrears 505 6
for the Duties which determined 31 July 1706 (over and above 6,140l. 17s.d. secured by bonds) 86,929 1
for the duties commencing 31 July 1706 (over and above 1,228 l. 7s.d. secured by bonds) 10,261 8 6
money received on bonds in his custody 28,515 5 2
126,211 1
money defalked and discounted by the several collectors for their overpayments on the account ended 25 December 1705
Bridgwater 0 0
Colchester 3 19
Sandwich 20 0 0
Bristol 32 15 10¾
Chester 0 2 11½
Falmouth 29 4 5
Looe 81 4 2
Lynn 46 0
Lynn 1,926 2
Plymouth 486 10 9
Poole 0 0
Rochester 1 1 10
Stockton 101 11
Whitehaven 214 0
2,942 14
money repaid upon certificates of wines damaged or over entered 1,353 17
total of payments and allowances £1,30507 13
Remains 83,502l. 16s. 3d.
against which
depending upon Receivers and Collectors l. s. d.
London port 34,961 5 5
Barnstaple 5 18 ll½
Barnstaple 1 1 8
Beaumaris 18 11
Boston 71 11
Bridgwater 4 12
Bristol 7,751 1
Bideford 711 9
Chester 1,736 0
Chichester 1 10 9
Cowes 368 5
Dartmouth 156 0 7
Deal 790 15 6
Dover 2,345 10
Exeter 1,386 4
Exeter 106 8
Falmouth 94 17
Fowey 10 0
Harwich 7 18 8
Hull 130 19 7
Lancaster 2,029 16
Carried forward £52,690 1 2
Brought forward 52,690 1 2
Liverpool 1,308 13 3
Liverpool 7 1
Lyme 2 6 2
Lynn 4,479 0
Milford 1,207 13 7
Milford 25 7
Newcastle 2 16
Newcastle 19 15
Penryn 307 12 ll¼
Penzance 4 1
Penzance 539 5
Plymouth 19 19 8
Poole 18 15
Poulton 0 1
Rochester 95 16
Rye 610 1 0
Southampton 2,224 0
Stockton 3 2 10
Sunderland 7 13
Swanzey 30 10 6
Truro 45 1 11¾
Weymouth 198 17 9
Whitby 0 19 0
Whitehaven 3 19 1
Whitehaven 35 6 3
Yarmouth 264 14 8
upon several late Collectors
Boston 500 18 10
Boston 224 14 3
Bridgwater 105 2 6
Bridgwater 121 16
Bideford 322 18 7
Chester 97 10
Chichester 1,243 10 10
Chichester 283 7 11½
Deal 98 16
Deal 821 11 11¼
Dover 9,856 15 10¾
Falmouth 339 17
Falmouth 86 1
Feversham 328 2 ll¾
Feversham 1 4 11½
Fowey 291 7 0
Harwich 7 6 11
Ipswich 8 14 9
Liverpool 61 7
Newcastle 30 4
Padstow 1 3 0
Padstow 45 18
Padstow 1 10
Padstow 33 6
Penryn 127 15
Poole 52 2 2
poole 405 14
Portsmouth 930 6 3
Poulton 0 0
Rochester 210 3 0
Rye 10 15 11¾
Rye 90 9
Rye 181 9
Carried forward £81,374 19
l. s. d.
Brought forward 81,374 19
Sandwich 957 10
Stockton 124 2
Swanzey 665 15 5
Weymouth 84 19 4
Weymouth 189 15
Whitby 0 2 0
Whitby 73 19 6
Whitehaven 31 12 9
£83,502 16 3
and so this General Account of the New Impost on Wines is Even and Quit.
Declared 8 May 1714.
Declared Accounts: Wines and Vinegar: Cash Account.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 779, ROLL 945.
Henry Ferne, Receiver General and Cashier of Customs.
Charge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Remains at the foot of his last accompt in bonds (he being in surplusage on his money accompt) 58,396 4
Receipts:
on account of this Duty which determined at Michaelmas 1701: on bonds 37 15
for interest on Transport debentures 424 5
from Penryn port 43 5
505 6
on account of the Duties determined 31 July 1706
London 79,155 5 4
Bristol 646 11 0
Bideford 276 7
Berwick 9 8
Bridgwater 137 6
Beaumaris 16 15 11½
Chester 2,148 7 11¾
Colchester 7 4
Chichester 167 4 11¾
Dover 229 18
Deal 442 10 7
Dartmouth 9 3
Exeter 38 7 2
Exeter 988 4 9
Fowey 36 3
Falmouth 29 0 0
Hull 1,576 10
Harwich 0 15
Ipswich 0 15
Liverpool 243 17 11¾
Looe 67 0
Lynn 1550 17 11
Lyme 38 4 10¾
Carried forward £87,816 1 £58,901 11
Brought forward 87,816 1 58,901 11
Lancaster 142 4
Newcastle 101 5 2
Penzance 113 10 11
Penzance 0 13
Portsmouth 579 12 6
Plymouth 808 1
Penryn 377 15
Poole 210 3
Rochester 19 16 0
Southampton 2,658 12 11¾
Sandwich 9 3
Weymouth 131 3
Whitehaven 96 7 0
Whitby 2 7 6
93,069 18
on account of the Duties which commenced 31 July 1706
London 8,501 12
Bideford 100 0 0
Colchester 8 12
Dartmouth 24 16 0
Liverpool 118 0 0
Lynn 1,757 15
Newcastle 770 0 0
Rochester 109 0 0
Yarmouth 100 0 0
11,489 16
total charge and receipts £163,461 5
Discharge.
Surplusage on [the money part of J his last year's accompt 150 1 4
repayments for decayed and defective wines 6,198 3 3
salary of extraordinary clerks 50 0 0
Auditor's fee 25 0 0
money paid into the Exchequer on the Impositions which determined at Michaelmas 1701 2,172 13
on the Imposition which determined at 31 July 1706 107,853 7
on the Imposition which commenced 31 July 1706 9,911 17 11½
119,937 18
total payments and allowances £126,361 3
Remains 37.100l. 2s.d.
against which
bonds on this accomptant's hands for Duties on Wines and Vinegar ended at March 1701 10,707 13
for ditto ended 31 July 1706 21,071 0 1
for ditto commencing 31 July 1706 1,228 7
in Transport Debentures (bearing interest) 4,243 3
£37,250 4
Surplusage 150l. 1s. 8d.
Declared 20 May 1708.
Declared Accounts: Customs Account: New Imposition on Tobacco.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 632, ROLL 205.
Exhibited by Rowland Holt, Comptroller of the Accounts of the Customs.
from 25 December 1705 to 25 December 1706.
Charge. l. s. d.
Remains in the hands of Receivers and Collectors of London and the Outports in the last account ended Xmas 1705 582,446 11
Receipts: within the time of this account l. s. d.
London port 157,943 11 9
Outports
Barnstaple 1,437 2 10½
Bristol 15,610 18
Bideford 3,049 14 3
Chester 53 13 2
Cowes 3 4
Dartmouth 33 17 0
Deal 1,497 8 4
Dover 487 15
Exeter 8 18
Exeter 0 7
Falmouth 697 10 5
Fowey 1,968 15 0
Lancaster 1,274 14
Liverpool 12,580 18 11¾
Liverpool 15,159 10
Milford 578 15 0
Lyme 2,666 9 4
Penryn 1,463 9
Penzance 813 5
Plymouth 9,667 7
Portsmouth 1 13 ¾
Poole 290 11 10½
Weymouth 943 2 10½
Whitehaven 2,886 8
Whitehaven 18,982 4 0
Padstow 672 5 6
250,773 13 2
interest on time expired bonds 161 0
money overpaid by several Collectors and their accounts for the year 1706: to be allowed and discounted on their next account of this Duty
Berwick 1 15 0
Exeter 733 0
Falmouth 92 19 1
Rye 12 6
Stockton 7 17
Yarmouth 0 17
Bristol 20,037 18
Harwich 0 0
Newcastle 516 0
Penryn 0 0
Penryn 108 14
Poole 7 5 4
Poole 31 0
Whitehaven 1,304 8
Hull 80 8 11¾
22,934 12
total charge and receipts £856,315 17
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Discharge.
Money accounted for by Henry Ferne, Customs Cashier in his cash account for this year 270,662 8 8
money allowed to Collectors for their overpayments in their last year's accompts Berwick 1 15 0
Exeter 741 18 5
Liverpool 3 12
Poole 31 0
Rye 12 6
Stockton 7 17
Yarmouth 0 17
Bristol 20,037 18
Harwich 0 0
Hull 80 8 11¾
Newcastle 516 0
Penryn 0 0
Penryn 108 14
Poole 7 5 4
Whitehaven 1,304 8
22,854 3
payments on Debentures for re-exports
Barnstaple 1,193 16
Bristol 19,593 11
Bideford 2,337 17
Chester 121 18 3
Deal 821 18 4
Dover 1,429 9 11½
Falmouth 224 11 11¾
Lancaster 605 4 0
Liverpool 4,287 10 10
Liverpool 15,618 11 6
Lyme 242 12
Milford 37 3 9
Penryn 746 16
Penzance 556 15 3
Plymouth 2,478 11 0
Whitehaven 11,694 10 9
Whitehaven 7,458 12 0
69,449 10 10
money paid on certificates for damaged goods and over-entries, in ports detailed at length 14,496 13
total of payments and allowances £377,462 16 8
and so Remains 478,853l. 0s.d.
whereof: Depending upon Receivers and Collectors as follows
London port
Plantation receipt 35,883 15 6
bonds in the hands of Henry Ferne, Customs Cashier 198,499 15
bonds in the hands of the Queen's Remembrancer for prosecution 35,846 13
Thomas Granger, the late Receiver of the Plantation Receipt in London port 513 8
(total for London port 270, 743l. 12s.d.)
Outports
Barnstaple 83 17
Barnstaple 2,585 0
Beaumaris 11 13
Bristol 44,386 3
Bideford 7,729 12
Chester 1,962 0 1
Cowes 376 9 10½
Dartmouth 527 4
Deal 608 15 1
Dover 131 7
Exeter 0 3
Fowey 1,968 15 0
Lancaster 3,136 18
Liverpool 33,944 13
Liverpool 9,179 9
Lyme 110 2
Lyme 2,427 5
Milford 7,486 1 1
Milford 578 1 3
Newcastle 1,004 7
Newcastle 119 5 9
Padstow 672 5 6
Penryn 1,267 16 5
Penzance 87 0
Penzance 3 0
Plymouth 11,220 4 10¼
Poole 284 16 11½
Portsmouth 1 13
Southampton 778 3 10¼
Truro 2 11
Weymouth 1,259 15
Whitehaven 64 17
Whitehaven 27,130 4 4
upon late Collectors of ports as follows London port
the Receiver for bonds 26,484 19 10
the Solicitor for bonds 197 18 2
Berwick 0 1 9
Boston 60 0 0
Bridgwater 701 3 5
Bideford 763 3
Chester 0 8
Chester 405 6
Chichester 376 1 10¼
Chichester 417 11 6
Deal 1,036 19
Dover 410 3
Falmouth 212 10
Falmouth 77 8
Falmouth 538 10 10
Feversham 2 5 2
Feversham 150 0 0
Fowey 396 13 10¾
Lancaster 3 17 11¼
Liverpool 9,031 9
l. s. d.
Looe 4 6 0
Minehead 347 17
Newcastle 828 18
Newhaven 151 16
Padstow 365 12
Padstow 0 8 7
Plymouth 254 17 5
Poole 1,015 3
Poole 198 18 10½
Portsmouth 21 10
Poulton 86 0 10½
Rochester 217 10 10¼
Rochester 7 17 8
Rochester 11 10
Sandwich 490 15 11
Stockton 174 17
Stockton 244 11 5
Swanzey 376 2
Weymouth 787 15 9
Whitehaven 116 11
(total for the Outports, including late Officers of London port, 208,109l. 8s.d.)
£478,853 0
and so this General accompt of the New Imposition on Tobacco is Even and Quit.
Declared 8 May 1714.
Declared Accounts: Tobacco: Cash Account.
PIPE OFFICE, ROLL 1233.
Henry Ferne, Customs Cashier.
25 December 1705 to 25 December 1706.
Charge. l. s. d.
Remains as at the foot of his last account receipts 255,843 10 5
on account of the arrears due for this Duty which determined at Michaelmas 1701 l. s. d. l. s. d.
bonds delivered to the Queen's Remembrancer's Office 695 9 6
London port (Henry Wolstenholme, receiver) 2 2 7
Bristol 12,325 13 1
Whitehaven 342 11 0
13,365 16 2
on account of the Duty which determined 31 July 1706
London port (Sir John Shaw, Receiver) 22,037 15
Bristol 41,669 13
Bideford 3,646 15
Barnstaple 526 6 0
Barnstaple 71 2 3
Bridgwater 460 0 0
Chester 1,318 14 5
Deal 210 16 1
Dartmouth 5 5 5
Fowey 37 18 10
Falmouth 1,184 0 1
Liverpool 15,072 1 5
Liverpool 1,095 7 5
Lyme 2,328 12 0
Lancaster 300 0 0
Milford 50 0 0
Penzance 99 8
Plymouth 2,995 8
Penryn 829 7
Weymouth 55 0 0
Whitehaven 661 0 0
Whitehaven 391 13 1
95,046 5
on account of the Duty which commenced 21 July 1706
London port (Sir John Shaw) 104,543 14 10
Bideford 100 0 0
Dartmouth 12 16 9
Liverpool 250 0 0
104,906 11 7
total receipts for the new Impositions on tobacco 213,318 13
total charge £469,162 3
Discharge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
surplusage of last accompt 150 0 9
debentures for drawbacks or repayments for tobacco brought into London port and afterwards exported:
on the Duty which expired 29 September 1701 8,652 13 8
on the Duty which expired 31 July 1706 97,891 10
106,544 4
payments to merchants and others for damaged and defective and over entered tobacco 13,094 15
bonds cancelled by warrant from the Treasury dated 1702 November 10 251 4 8
money paid to several persons employed about the new Impositions on Tobacco for salaries 425 0 0
money paid into the Exchequer by tallies detailed
on the Duty which ended 29 September 1701 4,772 1 2
on the Duty which ended 31 July 1706 143,289 1
on the Duty which commenced 31 July 1706 2,286 2 6
150,347 4
total payments and allowances £270,812 9
Remains 198.349l. 14s. 1d.
[towards which]
bonds in the hands of this accomptant 198,499 15
and so this accomptant remains in surplusage at the close of this accompt 150 0 11½
Declared 20 May 1708.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: SILKS AND LINENS.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 632, ROLL 203.
General Account exhibited by ROWLAND HOLT, Comptroller General of the accounts of the Customs.
25 December 1705 to 25 December 1706.
Charge. l. s. d.
Remains in the hands of the Receivers and Collectors at the foot of the last preceding General Account of these Duties 67,143 8
Receipts within the time of this accompt
l. s. d.
London port (Sir John Shaw, bart., receiver) 170,271 15 11½
Outports
Barnstaple 208 5
Barnstaple 236 19
Beaumaris 52 16
Berwick 115 3
Boston 39 9 1
Boston 133 5 10
Bridgwater 314 14 3
Bristol 9,315 11
Bideford 1,045 11
Carlisle 746 16
Chester 164 10 0
Chichester 30 2
Colchester 85 8
Cowes 353 19 11½
Dartmouth 172 0 9
Deal 40 3 2
Dover 38 18
Exeter 326 4 8
Exeter 2,764 10
Falmouth 316 5
Feversham 94 5
Fowey 48 5
Harwich 179 4
Hull 4,522 4
Ipswich 69 3 10¾
Lancaster 112 4
Liverpool 534 12
Liverpool 442 18
Lyme 10 5
Lyme 1 5 0
Lynn 1,247 8
Milford 11 5 0
Milford 44 8 11½
Minehead 577 14 1
Newcastle 748 10 5
Newcastle 2,522 14
Padstow 0 18 9
Penryn 248 0
Penzance 144 5 9
Plymouth 945 17 11¾
Poole 54 2
Portsmouth 653 18
Poulton 0 14
Rochester 436 0
Rye 40 18 10½
Sandwich 167 3
Southampton 237 16
Stockton 428 3
Carried forward £67,143 8
Brought forward 67,143 8
Swansea 62 9
Sunderland 45 13 1
Truro 40 6
Weymouth 83 14
Whitby 52 18 8f
Whitehaven 61 0 5
Whitehaven 32 4
Yarmouth 792 3
202,170 12
(total for the outports 32,195l. 16s. 9d.)
interest on bonds not paid in due time 54 0 11½
overpayments by Collectors within the time of this accompt
London port 1,626 3 1
Boston 0 0
Liverpool 45 8
Rochester 42 15 10¾
Sunderland 57 2 9
ditto by several late Collectors as follows
Bridgwater 166 18 8
Carlisle 2 8 11½
Falmouth 74 1
Hull 59 18 0
Looe 62 11
Newcastle 73 17 6
Whitehaven 252 14 10
2,464 1
total charge and receipts £272,080 17
Discharge. l. s. d.
money defalked and discompted by Collectors for overpayments in the preceding accompt to Xmas 1705 of these Duties viz. l. s. d.
Carlisle 2 8 11½
Rochester 107 16
Sunderland 47 0
Whitby 0 2
and by several late Collectors Bridgwater 166 18 8
Falmouth 74 1
Hull 59 18 0
Looe 62 11
Newcastle 73 17 6
Whitby 1 1 11¾
Whitehaven 252 14 10
848 11 11¼
money remitted to Henry Ferne, the Cashier of Colonies, by the several Collectors for account of these Duties for 1705–1706 and accounted for by him in his cash account thereof 198,308 8
Carried forward £190.157 0 3
Brought forward 199,157 0 3
paid by the several Collectors to merchants on re-export debentures l. s. d.
London port 5,672 1 11
Beaumaris 45 1 11
Bristol 029 10 5
Bideford 30 1 9
Carlisle 1 17
Cowes 324 6
Dartmouth 2 5 0
Deal 1 2 7
Dover 1 12
Exeter 3 5 1
Exeter 0 14
Hull 18 8 3
Lancaster 0 16
Liverpool 129 10 7
Liverpool 159 7 7
Lyme 15 12
Lynn 13 4
Minehead 1 6 8
Penryn 23 18
Plymouth 16 19 3
Portsmouth 1 9
Sandwich 34 18
Weymouth 7 19
Whitehaven 32 15 0
Whitehaven 10 17 4
7,179 3 8
money repaid on certificates of damaged goods and over entries in ports detailed 179 16
total of payments and allowances £206,516 0
l. s. d.
and so Remains 65,564l. 16
against which depending upon Collectors of ports as follows:
London port 8,583 7 2
the King's Remembrancer for bonds delivered to him for protection 7 3 10
Barnstaple 261 7
Barnstaple 308 5
Beaumaris 22 9
Berwick 53 16
Boston 46 6
Bridgwater 56 19
Bristol 6,688 5
Bideford 590 12
Carlisle 48 2
Chester 44 14
Chichester 30 2
Colchester 14 9 10
Cowes 399 19
Dartmouth 156 7
Deal 39 10 7
Dover 49 14
Exeter 1,345 18
Exeter 317 19 2
Falmouth 40 0
Feversham 94 5
Fowey 48 5
Harwich 2,124 11
Hull 987 11 7
Ipswich 6 12 11
Lancaster 126 19
Liverpool 39 19 9
Lyme 4 9
Lyme 1 5 0
Lynn 3 2
Milford 796 10
Milford 44 8 11½
Minehead 171 17
Newcastle 61 4 1
Newcastle 1,105 14 11½
Padstow 0 18 9
Penryn 36 17 10½
Penzance 12 6 9
Penzance 674 12 1
Plymouth 439 12 10
Poole 3 0
Portsmouth 261 7
Poulton 0 14
Rye 276 13 11¼
Sandwich 3 13
Southampton 1,853 17
Stockton 277 18 10
Swansea 146 10
Truro 236 9 34
Weymouth 612 3
Whitehaven 55 13
Whitehaven 85 4 4
Whitby 3 6
Yarmouth 511 14 0
and upon several late collectors as follows
Berwick 462 13
Boston 158 5
Boston 793 7 10
Bristol 15,362 15
Bideford 245 0 11
Carlisle 211 11
Chester 11 5
Chester 122 10 2
Chichester 739 15
Chichester 368 13
Deal 24 13
Deal 151 2 04
Dover 2,726 13 1
Falmouth 384 17
Falmouth 65 15
Feversham 230 13 8
Feversham 46 16
Fowey 89 6
Harwich 50 19 0
Ipswich 91 10
Ipswich 111 19 5
Liverpool 277 13 10¼
Lynn 32 4
Lynn 0 7 0
Minehcad 965 9 6
Newcastle 1,923 15 11½
Padstow 23 6 10
Padstow 140 3
Padstow 8 2 4
Penryn 36 2 11¼
Penryn 6 5 11¼
Penryn 113 6
Plymouth 5,364 13
Poole 94 9 1
Poole 20 9
Poole 266 8
Portsmouth 310 17
Poulton 35 14
Rochester 2 2 8
Rochester 702 12
Rye 48 17
Rye 54 5
Sandwich 1,169 1 4
Swansea 625 19
Weymouth 53 5
Weymouth 105 7
Whitby 352 19 3
Whitby 64 12 6
Whitby 56 3
Whitehaven 41 4
£65,564 16
and so this General Account of the Silks and Linens Duties to Xmas 1706 is Even and Quit.
Declared 8 May 1714.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: SILKS AND LINENS: CASH ACCOUNT.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 770, ROLL 944.
Henry Ferne, Receiver General and Cashier of Customs.
25 December 1705 to 25 December 1706.
Charge. l. s. d
Remains: nil, he being in surplusage. Receipts:
on account of the Duties [on Silks and Linens] determining at Michaelmas 1701 l. s. d.
Chichester port 223 8 7
Penryn 10 11 233 19
on the Duty which determined 31 July 1706
London port 138,865 14 5
outports
Bristol 7,593 19 9
Bideford 828 7
Barnstaple 23 18 6
Berwick 86 10
Boston 16 0 0
Boston 133 5 10½
Bridgwater 358 17
Beaumaris 7 7
Chester 114 9 11½
Chester 168 15 7
Colchester 26 19
Carlisle 573 6
Dover 29 0
Deal 183 10 7
Dartmouth 16 10
Exeter 2,339 12 7
Fowey 29 18 9
Falmouth 336 2
Feversham 2 3 9
Hull 2,648 19
Harwich 184 7
Ipswich 48 17
Liverpool 667 17 0
Liverpool 150 0 0
Lynn 915 5 11
Lancaster 31 17
Minehead 622 10 6
Newcastle 1,412 19
Newcastle 384 0
Penzance 144 1 6
Portsmouth 589 14
Plymouth 525 5
Padstow 71 13
Poulton 0 18 9
Penryn 136 4
Poole 51 1
Rochester 90 0 0
Stockton 463 5 4
Southampton 141 12 10½
Sandwich 195 15
Sunderland 55 5
Weymouth 72 8
Whitehaven 50 0 0
Whitby 48 8
Yarmouth 675 8
162,112 10
Carried forward £162,346 10
Brought forward 162,346 10
on the new Duties which commenced 31 July 1706
London port 31,135 2 10½
outports
Bideford 150 0 0
Berwick 27 8 11½
Chester 21 12 10½
Colchester 47 5
Carlisle 160 0 0
Dartmouth 140 4 11¾
Exeter 60 0 0
Hull 1,707 0 1
Ipswich 38 17 6*
Liverpool 80 0 0
Lynn 560 0 0
Minehead 20 0 0
Newcastle 1,030 0 0
Portsmouth 100 0 0
Penryn 100 1
Rochester 279 9 6
Stockton 20 5 10
Sunderland 0 9 10¾
Whitby 1 1
Yarmouth 282 16 6
35,961 18
total charge and receipts £198,308 8
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Discharge. 150 1
Surplusage upon the foot of his last account debentures for goods exported 51,954 3 3
certificates of damaged goods and over-entries 622 4 10
52,576 8 1
salary to the Clerks of the Customs Cashier 50 0 0
Auditors' fee 25 0 0
money paid out the Exchequer
on account of the Duties which determined at Michaelmas 1701 223 8 7
on account of the Duties which determined 31 July 1706 117,252 19
on account of the Duties which commenced 31 July 1706 28,180 12
145,657 0 7
total of payments and allowance £198,458 10
so this accomptant is in surplusage 150 1 11½
Declared 20 May 1708.