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Declared Accounts: Navy

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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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Navy

Declared Accounts: Navy Treasurer.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 1726, ROLL 148.
Navy Treasurer's Account for the Navy and Victualling
(Dame Anne Littleton, widow and executrix of Sir Thomas Littleton).
31 December 1705 to 31 December 1706.
Charge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Remains in the hands of Sir Thomas Littleton upon the end of his last accompt 1,222,091 2 2
depending on persons named upon the foot of his said accompt 978,193 7 11¾
2,200,284 10
money by him received out of the Exchequer Michaelmas term, 4–5 Anne 673,945 2 10¾
Easter term, 5 Anne 306,702 10
Michaelmas term, 5–6 Anne 549,648 14
1,530,296 7 9
money received in imprest bills paid by former Navy Treasurers and cleared within the time of this accompt (detailed, each imprest bill being listed separately) 9,771 7 2
money received for goods and provisions sold out of the stores 16,493 4
money received on account of rewards Sir John Norris 500 0 0
Capt. James Mighells of the Monk 300 0 0
Capt. William Coney of the Sorlings 300 0 0
1,100 0 0
Carried forward £3,757,945 9 5
Brought forward 3,757,945 9 5
on account of the Victualling
sundry Commanders, pursers and others, being the balance of their accounts for victualling soldiers on board 3,484 17 11
damaged provisions etc. sold 2,405 17 11¾
rent of two mills at Rotherhithe 23 5 0
rent of a tenement near the Hartshorne Brewery 50 10 0
received for an old hoy called the Mary not fit for the service 70 0 0
for 7½ barrels of very old decayed powder 14 0 0
beer cast and returned 252 0
freight of wine and lemons 275 10 6
from the Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons for victualling 570 soldiers of Handaside's Regiment at Jamaica for one day on board the Moderate in their passage from Portsmouth to Plymouth 14 5 0
from the Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons for victualling 888 soldiers and 89 of Lord Paston's Regiment on the Royal Oak and Ipswich for one day 46 13 6
from the Commissioners for Sick and Hurt being what the victualling of 48,272 men for one day at Jamaica exceeds 7d. per man (369l. 8s.d.) and for victualling sick and wounded at said island, 273l. 16s. 11¼d. 643 5
Capt. Thomas Mathewes of the Kinsale, for wine in lieu of beer on his intended voyage to Newfoundland but not proceeded on and not used 141 7 6
John Foster, purser of the Portland, for the like 237 16 0
provisions spared by Capt. Cha. Smith of the Pembroke to the Barbados Merchant of Liverpool taken by him in his passage to England 6 5 6
Richard New, purser of the Roebuck, for value drawn from the Terceras in August 1704 and paid by Stephen Biss, agent victualler at Lisbon 25 6 3
Capt. John Knapp of the Expedition, being overpaid out of 175l. 9s. 11½d. Short Allowance money received from Phineas Bowles, Agent Victualler to the Fleet 30 4 7
William Pugsley, commander of the Charles and Elizabeth transport, for abatement of victuals 1 0 6
Thomas Andrews, ditto 1 12 11
7,733 18
overpayments 10 13
total charge and receipts £3,765,690 0 9
Discharge. l. s. d.
Emptions and provisions detailed 392,046 18 5
interest to tradesmen etc. on bills of store 7,372 12 0
salaries and entertainment to the Admiralty Commissioners, Navy Commissioners, clerks, etc., detailed, of the Admiralty, Navy Office, Comptrol Office, Ticket Office etc. 29,542 13 0
pensions to Officers and others of ships and for services, detailed at length: l. s. d.
Sir George Rooke 2,463 0 0
Sir Thomas Hobson 188 0 0
Sir John Munden 240 12 6
Sir Richard Rooth 150 0 0
Sir Robert Robinson 112 10 0
Sir Ralph Delavall 481 5 0
Capt. Lyonell Riply 92 16 3
Sir Edward Gregory 225 0 0
Sir Charles Hedges 300 0 0
Capt. Robert Robinson 165 0 0
Phineas Bowles 150 0 0
Capt. Ozee de Coran 30 0 0
Capt. David Condon 26 14 0
Lieut. Robert Peck 27 10 0
Charles Stewart 75 0 0
Capt. Thomas Willshaw 75 0 0
Capt. Samuel Tilley 41 5 0
Capt. John Votear 103 2 6
Capt. Peter Walton 92 16 3
Capt. Robert Thompson 68 15 0
Capt. John Clements 165 0 0
Capt. Richard Carveth 55 0 0
Capt. William Fazeby 110 0 0
Lieut. Charles Farr (died 22 July 1704) 2 11 0
Capt. Edward Good 137 10 0
Capt. Benjamin Hoskins 137 10 0
Lieut. Francis Hollis 27 10 0
Henry Killegrew, Esq. 125 0 0
Capt. John Mayne 141 15 0
Daniell Garrett 30 13 4
Capt. Woolfran Cornwall 262 17 8
Thomas Croomer 4 10 0
Francis Skelton 6 0 0
Peter Chaseloup, a French sea officer and refugee 150 0 0
Moses Jaqueau 75 0 0
William Marretts 22 10 0
John Marretts 22 10 0
Peter Gandy 52 10 0
Lady Wheeler 150 0 0
Martha Bembow 150 0 0
Dame Anne St. George, daughter of Sir John Lowson [Lawson] 187 10 0
Rebecca Hayter 225 0 0
Elizabeth, Anne, Henrietta, Katherine, Arabella and Christiana, sisters of Rear Admiral Bazill Beaumont 300 0 0
Mary Carter 258 6 8
Hannah Roomcoyle 75 0 0
Ellen Wrenn 75 0 0
Carried forward £428,962 3 5
Brought forward 428,962 3 5
Hester Hollyman 75 0 0
Ann Skelton 50 0 0
Mary Allen 100 0 0
Cornelia Galway 45 0 0
Anne Popwell 45 0 0
Elizabeth Harman 52 10 0
Elizabeth Taylor 37 10 0
Elizabeth Urry 37 10 0
Elizabeth Chapman 30 0 0
Mary Fletcher 103 2 6
Frances Jennifer 68 15 0
Dorothy Searle 41 5 0
Frances, Martha, Katherine and Elizabeth Emms, daughters of Capt. Fleetwood Emms 108 6 8
Philadelphia Hawes 54 3 4
Francis Burrell 44 13 9
Thomas Markes 44 13 9
James Bowman 44 13 9
John Gwenap 44 4 0
Walter Barnaby (superannuated Master of a Second Rate) 61 17 6
John Haydon ditto 61 17 6
Ralph Cox 41 5 0
Peter Farewell 41 5 0
William Pickman 41 5 0
Ralph Rawlins 41 5 0
Francis Saunders 41 5 0
William Parker 67 16 0
Simon Flew 28 19 0
Thomas Corke, to 29 May, the day of his death 11 2 0
Thomas Browne (superannuated Master of a Third Rate) 30 18 9
Charles Bowler 30 18 9
William Force 30 18 9
Robert Glanfield 30 18 9
William Hill 30 18 9
William Harris 30 18 9
Pascoe Neilder 30 18 9
Stephen Barnard 30 18 9
William Franklyn 30 18 9
John Gliddon 30 18 9
James Markes 30 18 9
John Taylor 30 18 9
Richard Brincknell 30 18 9
Henry Gilbert (to 17 November 1704 the day of his death) 26 13 3
John Oliver 41 1 3
Benjamin Pitfield (to 24 October 1704 the day of his death) 24 8 3
John Lambert 21 14 3
Capt. James Davison 35 15 9
Carried forward £428,962 3 5
Brought forward 428,962 3 5
Gregory Cornish (superannuated master of a Fourth Rate) 27 10 0
William Good 27 10 0
Thomas Hurlock 27 10 0
William Lenton 27 10 0
John Way 27 10 0
Thomas Woodgreen 27 10 0
Thomas Corley, superannuated boatswain of a First Bate ship 39 5 7
John Green 39 5 7
Thomas Ferraby 39 5 7
John Gray, superannuated boatswain of a Second Rate 34 7 6
William Miles 34 7 6
George Spilsby 34 7 6
Thomas Gosling, superannuated boatswain of a Third Rate 29 9 3
Edward Knight 29 9 3
William Holloway 29 9 3
James Naylor 29 9 3
John Reynolds 29 9 3
Abell Woolward 29 9 3
John Gibbons 14 7 1
John Whitnall 28 18 11
William Gregory 22 12 1
John Andrews, superannuated boatswain of a Fourth Rate 24 11 0
James Willon 24 11 0
Samuel Gleed, superannuated gunner of a First Rate 39 5 7
William Hodges 39 5 7
John Jenkins 39 5 7
John Dennis, superannuated gunner of a Second Rate 34 7 6
George Henos 34 7 6
John Traherne 34 7 6
William Browne, superannuated gunner of a Third Rate 29 9 3
Thoms Chadbourne 29 9 3
William Luckins 29 9 3
Jacob Penn 29 9 3
George Wassell 29 9 3
William Banton 29 9 3
Thomas Parson, superannuated gunner of a Fourth Rate 24 11 0
William Chappell, superannuated purser of a First Rate 39 5 7
Thomas Sutton, a superannuated purser of a Second Rate 34 7 6
Carried forward £428,962 3 5
Brought forward 428,962 3 5
Edward Lawford 34 7 6
Richard Blackman, superannuated cook of a Second Rate 12 5 6
Thomas Revitt, superannuated cook of a Third Rate 12 5 6
Thomas Masters 6 9 5
Nathaniel Bayley, superannuated cook of a Fourth Rate 12 5 6
Richard Ball, superannuated cook of a Fifth Rate 12 5 6
George Barnes, superannuated cook of a Sixth Rate 11 15 7
Joseph Goodwyn, superannuated carpenter of a First Rate 39 5 7
John Adams 13 0 0
John Barnett, superannuated carpenter of a Second Rate 34 7 6
John Bond 34 7 6
Daniell Hackman 34 7 6
John Newberry 34 7 6
Thomas Wiggens 34 7 6
Henry Hurlbert, superannuated carpenter of a Third Rate 29 9 3
Edmund Lowance 29 9 3
John Piggott 29 9 3
Mathew Richardson 29 9 3
Alexander Sotherland 29 9 3
William Stringer 29 9 3
Henry Wynell 29 9 3
John Spiars 11 7 1
John Evans, superannuated carpenter of a Fifth Rate 19 12 9
Robert Kirktowne, superannuated surgeon of a First Rate: on his monthly rate and his twopences for the ship's complement 72 10 2
John Somervill 72 10 2
Mathew Thomas 72 0 4
Humphry Cooley 72 0 4
Joseph Storey 69 1 6
Henry Worth 69 1 6
Patrick Campbell 61 7 0
Richard Chaplain, superannuated surgeon of a Second Rate 74 6 6
Joseph Rideout 64 6 6
Thomas Bayle 65 9 5
Nathaniell Doggett 65 9 5
Carried forward £428,962 3 5
Brought forward 428,962 3 5
Robert Pearse 65 9 5
John Moyle 63 3 11
Richard Bond, superannuated surgeon of a Third Rate 48 10 7
John Barclay 48 10 7
William Hopkins 45 0 3
William Skeate 45 0 3
John Kent 80 14 0
Henry Carter 41 8 2
Thomas Barfoot, superannuated surgeon of a Fourth Rate 3 10 8
Capt. Richard Vittels, superannuated master attendant of Chatham Yard 75 0 0
Simpson Bourne, same 75 0 0
Thomas Stollard, same at Plymouth 75 0 0
Henry Morgan, same at Sheerness 56 6 4
John Founder, master builder of the Bomb vessels 150 0 0
13,821 4 10
Flag pay and Table money to the Admirals l. s. d.
Sir Cloudesley Shovell 2,172 0 0
Sir John Norris 617 15 0
Earl of Peterborough 1,470 0 0
Sir Stafford Fairbourn 1,077 10 0
Sir John Leake 912 10 0
Sir George Byng 903 10 0
Sir Thomas Dilkes 638 15 0
Sir John Jennings 605 10 0
George Churchill 1,277 10 0
Marquess of Carmarthen 1,736 16 0
11,411 16 0
Half Pay
Mathew Aylmer, Vice Admiral of the Red 1,272 10 0
Rewards
to persons detailed at length for extraordinary services 5,447 16
Incident disbursements of various natures, detailed at length 32,897 4 1
wages or pay by bill, detailed 1,656 2 0
rebuilding and price of ships 12,953 1 8
travelling charges 3,047 8 1
victualling charges of volunteers on board 2,777 16 1
pilotage 5,359 14 2
free gifts and medicines to surgeons for furnishing their chests 785 18 0
hire and freight of vessels taken up for her Majesty's service, and for transportation of goods, provisions, etc.
Gloucester yacht, Thomas Ashby 428 18 4
Three Brothers smack, William Atkinson 48 19 2
John and Martha hoy, John Addis 7 19 0
Carried forward £520,392 14
Brought forward 520,392 14
Sea Flower smack, George Betteris 27 2 1
Endeavour hoy, Thomas Boare 210 16 3
Supply hagg, Peter Blackston 187 17 5
Samuell & Elizabeth transport, Arthur Bass 54 10 1
Hopewell ketch, Tho. Bolton 79 0 10
Nicholson transport, Peregrine Brown 792 1 1
Woolwich smack, John Chelsom 43 13 6
Gravesend yacht, Thomas Cooke 43 6 3
Ann hoy, James Cuthbert 154 13 1
Mudd pinck, Francis Coxen 69 15 9
Thomas and Elizabeth hoy, Thomas Cook 82 1 11
Thomas and Edward ketch, Edward Constant 304 3 6
Welcome smack, Ralph Carter 34 19 3
Willing Mind transport, John Coller 3 0 0
Fordwich ketch, Jeremiah Culmer 386 12 9
William hoy, Thomas Duffin 34 10 7
Benjamin ketch, John Dunn 275 18 0
Friendship transport, Sir John Duddlestone 5,394 5 10
Constant hoy, John Edmonds 32 19 11
John and Bridget yacht, John Erwin 38 4 4
Deptford transport, William Evans 7 15 0
Little Thomas hoy, William Edwards 12 18 2
Holygoland hoy, Daniel Furzer 15 1 9
Gravesend yacht, Tho. Fry 55 6 4
Grape pinck, Tho. Fearnley 199 7 6
May Flower hoy, Mathew Flower 24 5 11
John hoy, Edmond Geale 26 6 6
Maryland Merchant transport, Humphry Gilbert 96 16 5
Anne transport, Richard Gotley 1,439 9 11
Princess Anne transport, Charles Guy 3,574 2 1
Montserrat Merchant transport, Richard Hodges 115 18 10
Thomas Helby for transport 202 6 0
Unity smack, Miles Hart 35 6 11
Thomas and Hester smack, Tho. Hipper 33 12 9
Mary and Sarah transport, Hugh Hayward 600 12 1
George and Anne smack, George Hakes 43 10 7
Southampton sloop, John Harman 103 10 4
Mary sloop, Robert Havers, master 43 18 6
John and William hoy, John Hoare 16 15 6
John the Younger of Emsworth, John Hedges 2 18 2
Henry Johns et al, barges 118 2 2
Lydia hoy, William Horton 13 0 0
Two Brothers hoy, Thomas Horton 96 0 0
London yacht, Thomas Ingledew 194 13 3
Thomas and Gregory transport, John Jennings 70 8 9
John's Adventure transport, John Jose 30 16 6
Joanna hoy, Charles Jacobs 19 14 4
Friendship ketch, John Lister 106 2 8
Unity hoy, Richard Ladler 593 12 9
transport of Edward Nott, Governor of Virginia 242 0 0
Hunter hagg boat, Tho. Nisbett 317 9 0
Carried forward £520,392 14
Brought forward 520,302 14
Transporter and Lyon boys, Jeffry Nellson 5 0 0
Anthony galley, Edward Monk 35 19 3
Major pinck, Richard Mighells 272 11 11
William and Mary smack, William Mitchell 175 2 6
Adventure ketch, Thomas Moyse 76 18 1
Wellcome smack, Tho. Merriton 43 0 6
Prosperous smack, Tho. Merriton 27 18 9
Goodwill hoy, William Mann 1 15 0
James and Mary transport, Jeremiah Pearce 2,302 2 0
Two Virgins of Weymouth, Peter Pearce 17 17 0
Robert Pearse et al. lightermen 160 3 8
Peace flyboat, Phillip Pentyre 1,459 5 7
Francis and Lucy brigantine, Tho. Parrott 223 16 6
Henry and Mary hoy, Henry Roberts 6 1 10
Endeavour smack, Ralph Robinson 12 10 7
Sarah ketch, John Richardson 108 8 7
Jefferys transport, Thomas Robinson 3,658 13 4
Susanna smack, John Rogers 25 12 0
Margaret hoy, Giles Russell 10 7 7
Sarah pinck, Joseph Spratt 203 6 0
Harley smack, Christopher Staffe 95 17 5
Rebeccah ketch, John Spragg 37 9 11
Bristol Merchant transport, William Smith 1,935 13 5
Phenix transport, Cornelius Sarjeant 1,351 18 9
Richard and John, pinck, John Stephens 42 19 2
Henry Skenard et al. for barges 169 17 2
Lyddell pinck, Gregory Shipton 308 10 5
True Love smack, Abraham Speciall 16 6 4
Adventure smack, Thomas Taylor 123 5 5
John and Abigail transport, Thomas Thompson 119 11 3
Ann and Francis ketch, Bernard Shurman 245 15 0
Adventure smack, Tho. Seer 33 19 3
Elizabeth of Weymouth, George Thomas 12 18 6
Thomas and Elizabeth transport, John Upton 69 1 6
George and Isabella hoy, George Woodall 36 7 7
Post Boy ketch, Josuah Wrangham 10 11 5
True Love hoy, John Wheeler 39 8 0
Joseph and Mary hoy, Tho, Wells 15 0 0
George and Mary hoy, Geo. Watson 160 9 7
Jacob and John hoy, Tho. Kelham 24 10 0
Joan hoy of Plymouth, Tho. Winchelsea 4 2 2
Thomas ketch, Tho. Kindersley 13 15 5
30,971 10 11
house rent of the principal officers of the Navy 847 1 0
wages and entertainment of officers and seamen on board her Majesty's ships and vessels
Assurance (July 1703—June 1705) Robert Hancock, Commander 8,955 6
Assistance (July 1704—June 1705) 4,073 3
Association (December 1704—June 1705) Samuell Whitaker, Commander 4,572 16 10
Carried forward £552,211 6
Brought forward 552,211 6
Adventure(July 1704—June 1705) 2,849 18
Anglesea (July 1704—June 1705) 2,995 5
Princess Ann Hospital ship (February 1704–5 to October 1706) Charles Guy, Commander 2,479 16
Albemarle (December 1705 to September 1706) William Rezz, Commander 4,033 11
Bonadventure (July 1704 to June 1705) Edward Rumsey, Commander 3,588 16
Burlington (July 1704 to June 1705) Robert Long, master 4,137 11 11¾
Barfleur (December 1704 to June 1705) Richard Canning, Commander 3,168 17 9
Bredah (December 1704 to June 1705) James Moody, Commander 1,507 18
Britannia (December 1704 to June 1705) James Stewart, 2nd Captain 7,180 8 0
Blackwall (July 1704 to October 1705) 4,242 12 2
Britannia (July 1705 to October 1706) John King, master 16,713 10 8
Boyne (September—October 1706) Christopher Byngs, Commander 742 4 9
Centurion (July 1704 to August 1705) John Herne, Commander 5,039 12 6
Content hulk (April—September 1705) 197 8 9
Cumberland (December 1704 to June 1705) Hovenden Walker, Commander 1,788 10
Cambridge (July 1704 to June 1705) Richard Lestock, Commander 6,138 8
Crown (June 1704 to June 1705) Tho. Liell, Commander 3,118 17
Canterbury (July 1703 to June 1705) 8,047 12
Chatham prize (April 1704 to June 1705) John Pepys, Commander 1,044 9 6
Commet bomb vessel (December 1704 to March 1705–6) Francis Peirce, Commander 645 7
Cleaveland yacht (July 1704 to June 1705) Charles Disborow, Commander 646 11 1
Chester (July 1704 to June 1705) Robert Stevens, Commander 3,500 5 6¾.
Coventry (July 1703 to July 1704) Kerrell Roffey, Commander 3,274 15
Chatham (July 1703 to September 1705) 8,310 6
Content hulk (October 1705 to March 1706) 175 8 11
Charles galley (July 1704 to June 1705) 2,318 18 6
Carcass bomb vessel (January 1704–5 to October 1706) John Barter, Commander 1,040 0 4
Dunwich (July 1704 to June 1705) 1,658 19
Dorsetshire (same time) Sir Edward Whitaker, Commander 6,205 13 4
Dolphin (same time) 1,922 4
Dilligence brigantine (same time) John Warner, Commander 772 6
Devonshire (December 1704 to June 1705) James, Lord Dursley, Commander 3,468 3 11¾
Dover (July 1704 to June 1705) Nicholas Trevanion, Commander 4,027 14 2
Dartmouth (same time) 4,039 17
Carried forward £52,211 6
Brought forward 552,211 6
Defyance (July to August 1693) Edward Gourney, Commander 79 1 8
Exeter (July 1703 to June 1705) 15,614 5
Essex (July 1704 to June 1705) John Hubbard, Commander 6,161 19
Eagle (same time) Lord Archibald Hamilton, Commander 6,126 10 11½
Expedition (July 1704 to September 1706) Thomas Coale, Commander 12,128 0 4
Fly brigantine (July 1703 to June 1705) Robert Jackson, Commander 1,586 12 10¼
Firme (July 1704 to June 1705) 3,240 16
Firebrand (same time) Henry Turvill, Commander 918 8 5
Ferrett (September 1704 to June 1705) Sampson Bourne, Commander 660 11 7
Faulkland (July 1704 to June 1705) John Underdown, Commander 3,842 18
Faulkland prize (September 1704 to December 1705) 3,531 9 7
Feversham (July 1702 to June 1705) Phillip Cavendish, Commander 7,032 9 5
Furnace bomb vessel (January 1704–5 to March 1705–6) William Faulkner, Commander 655 12 4
Faulcon (December 170–4 to June 1705) Charles Stewart, Commander 1,120 17 10¾
Flambro' (July 1704 to October 1705) 1,829 12 2
Fowey (March 1704–5 to June 1705) 466 14
Greenwich (July 1703 to June 1705) 8,509 10 9
Gosport (July 1704 to June 1705) 1,575 17 10¾
Guernsey (July 1703 to May 1706) 10,330 18 10¼
Gloucester (July 1703 to September 1706) 13,757 19
Hampshire (July 1704 to June 1705) 3,347 0
Hunter (same time) 825 14 4
Henrietta yacht (same time) William Moses, Commander 633 5 1
Hastings (July 1703 to December 1705) 6,010 6 8
Hauke fireship (December 1704 to June 1705) John Williams, Commander 320 11
Humber (September—October 1706) John Hubbard, Commander 723 17 10
Jersey (July 1704 to June 1705) 3,379 14
Jefferys (February 1704–5 to June 1705) Tho. Robinson, Commander 404 8 11½
Isabella yacht (January 1704–5 to June 1705) Tho. Cook, master 276 7 11
Kinsale (July 1704 to June 1705) 2,231 13
Kingfysher (July 1704 to December 1705) Anthony Tolatt, Commander 5,713 15 8
Kingstone (July 1704 to April 1706) 6,849 11 10½
Kent (July 1704 to June 1705) 5,961 5 9
Kingstone (May to June 1706) 8 1 4
Royal Katherine (December 1705 to October 1706) Isaac Townesend, Commander 7,201 18
Litchfield (July 1704 to June 1705) 3,301 6
Lynn (July 1703 to December 1705) John Watkin, Commander 5,342 9
Carried forward £552,211 6
Brought forward 552,211 6
Lancaster (February 1705–6 to March 1706) Henry Lumley, Commander 112 7 7
Looe (July 1704 to December 1705) Timothy Bridge, Commander 3,431 4
Lizard (June 1704 to June 1705) 1,594 12
Lightning fireship (July 1704 to December 1705) Archibald Hamilton, Commander 1,197 5
Larke (July 1703 to June 1705) Benjamin Allen, Commander 6,007 8
Lenox (July 1704 to June 1705) Sir William Jumper, Commander 6,114 0
Lewis prize hulk (same time) Richard Long, master 703 11
Lyme (July 1703 to June 1705) Edward Lechmere, Commander 4,567 10
Litchfield prize (July 1704 to September 1706) 5,275 1
Monk (July 1704 to August 1705) James Mighells, Commander 5,301 6 4
Maidstone (July 1704 to June 1705) Robert Coleman, Commander 1,472 3 3
Merlin sloop (July 1703 to June 1705) 1,378 7
St. Michael (October 1705 to June 1705–6) Richard Brown, Commander 130 17 4
Mary (May 1704 to June 1705) Edward Hopson, Commander 5,416 19 11¾
Medway (July 1704 to June 1705) James Littleton, Commander 5,231 13
Moderate (July 1704 to February 1705–6) 5,397 18
Mermaid (July 1702 to March 1705–6) 6,951 10 8
Mathew Hospital ship (February 1704–5 to June 1705) Edward Mathews, Commander 279 4
Monmouth (July 1704 to June 1705) 5,963 3
Margate (July 1703 to June 1705) 3,563 13 11½
Mary yacht (July 1704 to June 1705) John Guy, Commander 657 3 9
Nassau (July 1704 to December 1705) 8,798 3 3
Nottingham prize (October 1704 to June 1705) Francis Gregory, Commander 311 0
Norwich (July 1704 to April 1706) John Watkins, Commander 6,015 14 6
Nightinghall (July 1704 to June 1705) Seth Jermy, Commander 1,773 7 8
Namure (same time) Christopher Myngs, Commander 8,630 8 0
Nottingham (June 1703 to June 1705) Samuel Whitaker, Commander 9,063 15 8
Namure (July 1705 to September 1706) Christopher Myngs, Commander 11,263 2
Nottingham prize (July 1705 to July 1706) Francis Gregory, Commander 482 16
Royall Oake (July 1704 to June 1705) 5,673 5
Oxford (July 1703 to December 1705) Josua Moore, Commander 8,370 13
Oxford (July 1704 to June 1705) 6,558 13 2
Postillion prize (July 1703 to June 1705) 1,610 11
Phoenix fireship (July 1704 to June 1705) 832 9 3
Carried forward £552,211 6
Brought forward 552,211 6
Portland (same time) James Jesson, Commander 3,656 18
Peregrine galley (same time) William Sanderson, Commander 1,102 9 3
Pendennis (July 1703 to October 1705) 7,923 15
Plymouth (March—August 1705) Henry Mitchell, Commander 964 14 6
Portland (July 1705 to August 1706) 4,130 10 11¾
Queenbro' yacht (July 1704 to June 1705) George lies, master 112 2 2
Queenbro' (July 1705 to June 1706) 1,518 17
Resolution (March—June 1705) 1,357 12 0
Rochester prize (July 1704 to June 1705). 1,288 6 3
Russell (December 1704 to January 1705–6) Samuel Vincent, Commander.. 5,336 8 7
Revenge (July 1704 to June 1705) 6,452 10 11¼
Rumney (same time) 3,467 19 11¼
Rye (same time) 2,188 4
Rochester (July 1703 to June 1705) Edward Owen, Commander 7,798 9
Swiftsure (July 1704 to June 1705) Robert Wynne, Commander 6,123 15 4
Strombolo (May 1704 to June 1705) Mathew Seate, Commander 2,183 0
Solebay (November 1701 to June 1705) John Cooper, Commander 6,241 5 10½
Sheerness (July 1704 to June 1705) 2,022 7 9
Sommersett (same time) 6,298 13 0
Soesdyke yacht (same time) Humphry Sanders, Commander 655 4 10
Severn (July 1702 to March 1705–6) 11,809 7
Speedwell (May to July 1702) 60 6 6
Speedwell (September 1702 to June 1705) Geo. Camochie, Commander 5,967 5 0
Shrewsbury (July 1704 to June 1705) Joseph Crowe, Commander 7,536 11
Swann (July 1703 to June 1705) William Bloyes, Commander 3,009 10 3
Southampton (July 1704 to June 1705) Joseph Soanes, Commander 4,348 12
Sunderland (December 1704 to June 1705) Tho. Long, Commander 1,053 3
Royal Soveraign (January 1704–5 to June 1705) John Hartnoll, Commander 3,443 18 6
Smyrna Factor hospital ship (February—June 1705) Jacob Saunders, Commander 355 10
Swallow (July 1703 to June 1705) Richard Haddock, Commander.. 8,044 0
Scarboro' (July 1702 to June 1705) Henry Fowlis, Commander 5,650 14 11¾
Suffolk hagg boat (July 1704 to May 1706) Robert Watkins, Commander 2,577 19
Sorlings (July 1704 to October 1705) William Cony, Commander 2,911 13 11½
Seaford (July 1704 to June 1705) 1,918 15
Sun prize (same time) John Bennett, Commander 1,117 7 6
Carried forward £552,211 6
Brought forward 552,211 6
Royal Sovereign (July 1705 to October 1706) John Hartnoll, Commander 13,364 11
Squirrell (November 1704 to July 1706) Robert Jackson, Commander 2,714 9
Starr bomb vessel (January 1703–4 to December 1706) Henry Cremer, Commander 1,511 11 10¼
Tilbury (July 1704 to June 1705) George Delavall, Commander 3,767 7
Tartar (July 1703 to June 1705) 4,577 11
Torbay (July 1704 to April 1706) William Caldwall, Commander 11,671 12
Tryton (July 1703 to June 1705) 6,551 6
Terror bomb vessel (June 1703 to October 1704) Isaac Cook, Commander 87 8
Tryumph (December 1705 to October 1706) Richard Edwards, Commander.. 5,715 13 4
Vulcan fireship (July 1704 to June 1705) John Clyfton, Commander 853 1 10¼
Weazell sloop (November 1704 to June 1705) John Jeff coat, Commander 497 13
Warwick (July 1703 to June 1705) Geo. Clement, Commander 7,147 19
Winchester (same time), Richard Wyatt, Commander 8,627 14
William and Mary yacht (July 1704 to June 1705) John Robinson, Commander 829 17 7
Windsor (February to June 1705) Fred. Trevor, Commander 1,131 19
Winchelsea (July 1703 to June 1705) 4,047 12 11
Warspight (July 1704 to April 1706) Edward Loades, Commander 8,829 3 10
Worcester (July 1703 to June 1705) 7,457 1 4
Winchelsea (July 1705 to June 1706) 1,718 17
Weymouth (July 1704 to October 1706) John Mitchell, Commander 8,623 8
Yarmouth (July 1703 to January 1705–6) 13,176 15
Yarmouth (January 1705–6 to March following) John Edwards, Commander 295 15 4
Amity hoy (December 1705 to April 1706) James Throgmorton, master 30 3 4
Adventure ketch (December 1704 to May 1706) Tho. Moyce, master 226 1 11
Anne yacht (January 1705–6 to June 1706) Tho. Mills, master 80 16 8
Anne and Francis ketch (December 1705 to July 1706) Bernard Thurman, master 85 6 6
Amity hoy (June 1706 to September 1706) James Throgmorton, master 45 2 9
Benjamin ketch (April 1705 to October 1706) Harry Gyles, master 68 5 1
Bonadventure hoy (September—;December 1705) John Beachman, master 37 0 11
Content smack (January 1705–6 to May 1706) Tho. Ellis, master 51 4 10
Coronation pinck (December 1705 to June 1706) Peter Cramp, master 72 5 0
Churchill smack (December 1705 to September 1706) Jack Hobdy, master 94 11 10
Carried forward £552,211 6
Brought forward 552.211 6
Daniell and Christopher (February 1705–6 to May 1706) John Hobdy, master 30 11 9
Endeavour pinck (March 1705–6 to May 1706) Tho. Boare, master 25 11 11
Endeavour smack (December 1705 to June 1706) Ralph Robinson, master 67 1 0
Francis and Luc y brigantine (December 1704 to December 1705) Thomas Parrott, master 154 13 3
Friendship ketch (September 1705 to February 1705–6) John Lister, master.. 69 19 4
Fortune pinck (January 1705–6 to March following) John Janverin, master 27 6 1
Friends' Adventure hoy (December 1705 to June 1706) William Baldwin, master 72 19 8
Friendship hoy (December 1705 to September 1706) Charles Crickett, master 104 5 0
George and Mary hoy (December 1705 to December 1706) George Watson, master 44 16 10
George and Anne smack (February 1705–6 to April 1706) George Hakes, master.. 21 10 9
Goodwill smack (November 1705 to April 1706) John Day, master 49 6 2
George hoy (December 1705 to September 1706) John Green, master 90 6 3
Gloucester yacht (same time) Ebenezer Herbert, master 103 19 0
Hopewell smack (January 1703–4 to July 1706) Samuell Burgeland, master 317 12 5
John and Joseph hoy (April 1705 to March 1705–6) Arthur White, master 140 12 8
John ketch (December 1704 to April 1706) Stephen Baker, master 206 7 5
John and Anne smack (December 1705 to April 1706) John Brown, master 41 1 4
John and Susan smack (December 1705 to May 1706) Richard Rice, master 48 19 7
John and Mar y smack (February 1705–6 to April 1706) Thomas Elliss, master.. 25 4 10
John and Elizabeth smack (January 1705–6 to April 1706) John Bart, master 36 17 4
Jumper hoy (December 1704 to November 1705) Thomas Overden, master 152 19 0
John and Bridgett yacht (December 1704 to September 1706) John Erwin, master 216 4 1
Jane ketch (December 1705 to October 1706) Peter Taylor, master 132 14 0
Joseph galley (April 1706 to November 1706) Hugh Price, master 87 15 8
John and Jane (January 1705–6 to December 1706) Benjamin Joyce, master 124 10 0
Lyddell pinck (December 1704 to November 1705) Gregory Shipton, master 150 19 8
Lemon Flower pinck (same time) Gerrard Cody, master 138 0 5
Carried forward £552,211 6
Carried forward 552,211 6
Lawrell ketch (May 1705 to December 1705) Tho. Merriman, master 99 17 7
Leak pinck (February—July 1706) William Mason, master 59 9 4
Mary dogger (January 1705–6 to March following) William Tapley, master 27 16 10
May Flower pinck (September 1705 to May 1706) William Barbar, master 104 14 4
Mary yacht (December 1705 to September 1706) John Ashwell, master 114 12 4
Mathew tender (February 1705–6 to March following) William Hawkins, master.. 8 18 11
Marvelous tender (July 1705 to October 1706) John Thomas, master 244 11 3
Owners' Adventure smack (December 1704 to February 1705–6) Thomas Teer, master 124 12 6
Owners ' Goodwill (January 1705–6 to August 1706) John Bennett, master.. 100 12 6
Prudence sloop (February 1705–6 to March following) John Callis, master.. 7 11 3
Provident Mary hoy (December 1705 to April 1706) Leonard Cullan, master 16 19 9
Plow hoy (March 1705–6 to April 1706) George Coliott, master 14 6 11
Pretious sloop (December 1705 to March following), Thomas Dowstoe, master 24 6 2
Peter hoy (December 1705 to April 1706) Lewis Dutot, master 45 9 0
Prosperous hoy (January 1705–6 to May 1706) Tho. Winchelsea, master 41 15 10
Prosperous smack (December 1705 to July 1706) Tho. Merriton, master 73 1 2
Richard and Margaret ketch (May 1705 to August 1706) William Fletcher, master 204 12 6
Rochester ketch (January 1705–6 to October 1706) Richard Brown, master 95 16 9
Seaflower pinck (December 1705 to April 1706) George Bettris, master 38 4 11
Sarah pinck (same time) Jos. Spratt, master 48 12 11
Speedwell hoy (same time) William Vaughan, master 41 5 7
Susanna smack (December 1705 to September 1706) John Roger, master 95 15 3
Supply hoy (December 1705 to July 1706) John Henderson, master 79 9 7
Success smack (December 1705 to November 1706) Robert Frost, master 116 15 3
Speedwell hoy (September 1706 to December 1706) William Vaughan, master 32 10 10
Thomas and Hester smack (December 1705 to April 1706) Tho. Hipper, master 39 3 5
Three Brothers smack (same time) William Atkinson, master 39 3 5
Thomas and Katherine smack (October 1705 to April 1706) Tho. Smith, master 62 17 9
Carried forward £552,211 6
Brought forward 552,211 6
True Love smack (December 1705 to September 1706) Abraham Speciall, master 96 1 3
Thomas and Mary hoy (February 1705–6 to August 1706) Peter Halfknight, master 78 18 11
Two Brothers dogger (January 1705–6 to August 1706) Giles Wiggaver, master.. 92 18 7
Welcom smack (December 1705 to April 1706) Tho. Merriton, master 37 1 3
William and Mar y smack (January 1705–6 to April 1706) William Pashley, master 31 18 2
William and Mar y hoy (December 1704 to October 1706) William Mitchell, master 240 18 1
Woolwich smack (January 1705–6 to June 1706) Ralph Carter, master 58 5 7
682 931 1
officers, clerks, artificers and labourers of the Dockyards and Rope Yards detailed 197,553 17 5
total for the Navy £1,432,696 5
l. s. d.
money paid to the widows and orphans of seamen slain in the service (no names given) 8,413 14 6
Victualling l. s. d.
Emptions and provisions 310,278 16 8
carriage of provisions 59 5 4
interest on bills for the Victualling 5,295 6 10
balances of Victualling accounts detailed 21,249 0 6
workmanship detailed 3,701 1 2
hire and freight of vessels for transport of soldiers and stores and provisions (not detailed) 34,054 12 5
miscellaneous disbursements 2,078 0 5
salaries to the Commissioners, officers and clerks of the Victualling, detailed 5,585 5 9
wages to persons employed in the Victualling, detailed 15,651 13 4
rent of storehouses etc. detailed 2,304 7 2
Necessary money and Extra Necessary money 29,110 17 5
Short Allowance money 5,708 12 3
travelling charges 278 19 4
total for the Victualling £435,355 18 7
l. s. d.
ordinary [auditing] allowances 65 16 8
salaries to the Navy Treasurer and his clerks 3,669 19 11
total of payments and allowances for Navy and Victualling £1,880,201 15
and so Remains 1,885,488l. 5s.d.
l. s. d.
Whereof
Depending for imprests (not detailed) for the Navy and Victualling:
1699–1700 39,506 3 2
1700–1701 86,088 9
1701–1702 178,739 7
1702–1703 219,502 10
1703–1704 228,994 15
1704–1705 225,362 2 9
imprests, detailed, within the time of this accompt (with marginal entries of the date of clearing of some of the items respectively) 88,586 2 5
£1,232,248 14
and so this accomptant at the end and determination of this accompt remains indebted 653,239l. 11s.d.
Declared 23 March, 1712–3.
Declared Accounts: Navy: Sick and Hurt.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 1824, ROLL 508.
Thomas Savery, Treasurer to the Commission for Sick and Wounded Seamen and Exchange of Prisoners at War.
1 July 1705 to 30 June 1706.
Charge. l. s. d. l. s d.
arrears: none, this being his first account. money received from the Treasurer of the Navy
for subsisting prisoners at war to January 1705–6 11,200 0 0
for clearing the Office debt to Lady day 1705 29,613 0 0
for clearing quarters for Sick and Hurt and Prisoners to Michaelmas 1704 17,160 0 0
for answering the charge for Sick and Wounded etc. at Lisbon, Barbados, Jamaica and other foreign parts 4,000 0 0
to complete the subsistence for January, February and March 1706 3,800 0 0
for Sir Lambert Blackwell's disbursements at Genoa 487 5 0
for conducting French and Spanish prisoners to Nottingham and other places 115 8 10
65,675 13 10
money defaulked for imprests paid by Richard Povey, the former Treasurer, and cleared by this accomptant (imprests detailed) 3,870 11
total charge and receipts £69,546 4 10¾
Discharge. l. s. d.
paid for cures, conduct money, quarters, funerals and other contingent charges of Sick and Wounded seamen in the ports of Bristol 63 2 6
Bideford 16 10 8
Bridlington 35 14 11
Deal 1,538 0 3
Deptford 413 15 11
Dartmouth 65 19 8
Farnham 6 12 8
Falmouth 145 5 10
Gosport 6,262 15 11½
Gravesend 58 9 0
Harwich 607 8 10
Hull 76 7 4
Hastings 32 15 4
Ireland 50 0 0
Lisbon 175 3
Portsmouth 1,603 12 10½
Plymouth 1,155 10 5
Rochester 4,066 7
Southampton 168 19 0
Sheerness 1,498 9 0
West Indies (Barbados and Jamaica) 1,701 0 4
Woolwich 373 3 0
Yarmouth 461 15 2
goods delivered on board several ships and charge of quarters, cures and subsistence of seamen set on shore at places detailed.. 3,557 16
salaries of the Commissioners, officers and clerks 2,431 18
contingent charges and disbursements detailed 557 12 1
her Majesty's allowance of Twopences for quarters of seamen discharged from the London Hospitals 400 14 2
27,667 14
payments for subsistence, cures, conducts, quarters, funerals and other Contingent charges for the relief of prisoners Bristol 80 0 3
Bideford. 3 0 0
Dover 1,737 11
Deal 57 10 3
Farnham 1,291 5
Falmouth 23 8 2
Guernsey 1,338 5 7
Gosport 148 11 7
Harwich 24 14 9
Hull 14 17 5
Hastings 11 5 6
Ireland. 60 0 0
Jersey 62 10 0
London. 17 10 0
Lisbon 217 19
Margate. 5 9 0
Plymouth 2,748 6
Rochester 40 6 0
Southampton 1,136 4
Yarmouth. 97 1 10
Colin Campbell, for the ransom of the sloop Friendship by her Majesty's commands.. 107 10 0
Carried forward £27,667 14
Brought forward 27,667 14
Scilly (5 French prisoners) 50 0 11
necessary and contingent charges (stationery, printing, conducting the Bishop of Quebec and his ecclesiastics from Rochester to Farnham, August to November 1704; conducting the Marquis d'Alegre to Nottingham, March to April 1706; conducting the Marquis Moravoux [Marivaux] and other prisoners to Dover, April 1706; etc. 184 8 7
paid to masters of ships detailed for transporting English prisoners of war from several ports of France into England: viz. from
Guernsey and Jersey 138 14 2
Bordeaux 2,045 8
St. Malo 1,111 5 0
Robert Mitchell 384 10 0
13,090 5
total of payments and allowances £40,757 19 11
and so Remains 28,788l. 4s. 11¾d.
Whereof
Depending upon persons detailed, surgeons, agents etc. for imprests for Sick and Wounded at l. s. d.
Deal 200 0 0
Dover 50 0 0
Falmouth 130 0 0
Gosport 750 0 0
Hull 32 0 0
Ireland 1,100 0 0
Lisbon 950 0 0
Plymouth 2,750 0 0
Pembroke 100 0 0
Rochester 300 0 0
West Indies 2,229 13 0
Weymouth 39 8 8
for Contingencies to Peter Stanley, one of the messengers to the Commissioners 750 0 0
the like imprests for prisoners of war at Dover 860 0 0
Farnham 560 0 0
Guernsey 350 0 0
Ireland 3,170 0 0
Jersey 780 0 0
London 500 0 0
Lisbon 600 0 0
Plymouth 7,536 4
Southampton 2,900 0 0
for miscellanies 135 0 0
transporations (April 1706) 100 12 0
total imprests £26,872 17 11¾
and so this accomptant Remains indebted at the end and determination of this accompt 1915l. 7s. 0d.
Declared 22 April 1709.
Declared Accounts: Navy: Prize Ships.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 1817, ROLL 469.
John Brewer, Receiver General of moneys arising by sale of Prize Ships.
24 June 1705 to 24 June 1706.
Charge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Remains in his hands on the foot of his last account 44,536 13
Depending on several persons for prizes bought by them as at the foot of the said last account 326 10
Depending on sundry persons for imprests as at the foot of the said last account 1,317 10 6
moneys received upon the sale of prize ships and goods adjusted within the time of this account (within the three aforegoing years but not adjusted therein, and likewise within the year of this accompt)
coffee out of the Bonheur (1703) 244 1 5
goods out of the Juffro Maria (1704) 290 7 1
ships and goods condemned in 1705
St. Anthony of Nantes 362 16 0
goods out of the Aldworth alias Aylward 56 8 9
Count de Triers (Tryers) 550 18 4
goods out of the Elephant 3,649 5 9
Golden Eagle 207 12 4
Great or Grand Caesar 241 15 3
Glutton 2,543 7 11
Juffro Susanna 349 5 0
Immaculate Virgin 877 9 1
John and James 1,348 8 6
Sta. Margaretta 41 15 1
St. Mathew of Nantes 90 0 0
Neptune of Stockholm 665 13 0
St. Peter of Bulloigne 58 0 0
Susanna 239 8 11
La Seine man of war 1,479 14 7
Sta. Theresa 3,622 3 3
Unity or Michaell 294 2 6
Virgin's Grace 419 7 9
Young Benjamine 3,949 10 5
ships and goods taken within the time of this accompt
Belle Brune 382 14 0
St. John Baptist 140 0 0
Mary Rose 977 19 2
23,082 11 2
money received on the sale of prizes of which the accounts were not adjusted within the time of this accompt
St. Antonio de Padua 1704 4,628 16 11
Prophet Daniel 69 15 0
ships and goods condemned in 1705
St. Anne of Stockholm 1,226 11 11
Catherine Maurice 1,839 14 7
Europe 1,596 8 2
Fortune of Brest 72 12 0
Hope of Stockholm 5,080 17 6
James of Roscoe 1,048 0 0
St. Michaell of Bulloigne 5 5 0
Post or Postillion 1,598 19 11
Providence of Dunkirk 76 0 0
St. Paule 26 0 0
Carried forward £69,263 4 10¼
Brought forward 69,263 4 10¼
ships and goods taken within the time of this accompt
Angel Raphael 1,743 2 8
Hope of Cork 177 12 8
Nostra Seigniora de Bonhora 25 5 6
a Spanish satia taken by the Kent 314 18 3
St. Thomas alias Langden frigate 688 7 8
Jolly 18 9 9
Royal Angelica 6 15 5
20,242 19 2
goods taken in 1702 at Vigo and Port St. Mary
out of the Albion frigate 3 3 9
out of the Antelope 139 14 11
guns delivered to the Ordnance 17,671 5 5
out of the Tauro galleon 64 17 11
out of the Joseph 80 4 11
out of the Mary 47 2 11
out of the May Flower 7 5 1
out of the Providence 8 10 0
out of the Susanna 52 13 1
18,078 14 0
money remitted to him [this accomptant] by the [prizes] Agents at the outports of England and in foreign parts for prizes disposed of there, viz. from
Portsmouth 700 0 0
Weymouth 100 0 0
Lisbon 9,412 2
Kinsale 720 0 0
Newfoundland 378 10 0
Genoa 2,634 10 0
Jamaica 200 0 0
14,145 2
money for the value of [the Lord Admiral's Droits on] French and Spanish privateers taken by her Majesty's ships, which prizes by the Queen's Declaration of 1 June 1702, she has given to the captors, less one Tenth for the Lord Admiral's Droits, and likewise money received for gunnage and tonnage for Spanish and French men of war so seized: viz.
privatiers condemned in 1704
Envoy privatier 149 7 0
Sun of Dunkirk 1,346 1 7
St. Sulpice 868 0 0
La Tour de Montfort 45 1 0
privatiers condemned in 1705
Constable 342 0 0
Great Fisher 503 0 0
Phillipeaux 404 0 0
Susanna of Calais 75 0 0
Sans Pareil 363 0 0
Three Provinces 691 0 0
Suprenant 105 0 0
Carried forward £121,730 0 2
Brought forward 121,730 0 2
privatiers condemned within the time of this accompt
Audacious 23 0 0
Bien Venu 75 0 0
Darquin 266 0 0
Francis and Paul 335 0 0
Harpy Volant 300 0 0
Mousquatt 6 17 0
La Treza (Freza) 253 0 0
Valincour 100 0 0
[prize] men of war taken into her Majesty's service at the rate of 10s. per ton and 10l. per gun
Hazardous (taken in 1704) 1,000 0 0
Martiall (taken in 1704) 558 10 0
taken at Vigo in 1702
Assuree 1,251 0 0
La Firme 1,344 0 0
Moderate 1,143 10 0
Prompt 1,395 10 0
Triton 770 10 0
Vigo 702 10 0
14, 515 17 7
Money received to clear imprests and to discharge the balances of accounts
Richard Crawley 30 0 0
Thomas Smith 20 0 0
Nicholas Mannoock, agent at Rye 40 2 2
Mark Proudfoot, agent in the Grand Fleet under the Earl of Peterborough and Sir Cloudesley Shovell 7 15 1
97 17 3
total charge and receipts £136,343 15 0
Discharge. l. s. d. l s. d.
money overpaid for several lots of prizes bought before the exact quantities thereof were known: detailed 661 11 0
money paid for Customs on prize goods in prize ships detailed 3,217 0 4
money repaid for the value of ships and goods afterwards decreed to be restored: detailed 2,445 11
incident charges in condemning and selling prizes detailed 1,283 9 5
7,607 12
paid to Charles Bargrave, agent for prizes at Deal: for services etc. 312 5 10
paid to John Dodd, Receiver of Rights and Perquisites of Admiralty, for prize goods condemned as perquisites of Admiralty 92 0 0
paid to John Coode, attorney, for charges detailed 20 0 0
Carried forward £8,031 18
Brought forward 8,031 18
money paid to the Companies of her Majesty's ships, captors of ships, for the moiety or the nine-tenths thereof granted to them
in the time of this accompt
Triton for their share of the St. Francisto Zavier 92 8 6
Monk and Dover for their share of the privatier Count de Thoulouse 404 12 2
Rochester for their share of the privatier Ambitious 134 7
Exeter and Medway for their share of the St. William of Croiswick 104 2
Medway for their share of the privatier Count de Revell 727 9 8
Fowey for their share of the Justitia 743 14 10
Tiger for their share of the Aaron of St. Malo and St. Margaret of Grandville 2,818 12 10½
Orford, Warspight and Rye for their share of the Michael galley 635 17 8
Rochester for their share of the Bonadventure of Grandville 154 9
Flamborough for their share of the Hope of Calais 76 12 7
Adventure and Portland for their share of the Prophet Daniell 552 8 7
Adventure for their share of the Triumphant 93 15
Adventure for their share of the Gracious and Immaculate Virgin 779 16
Montague for their share of the Lady of Rosary, St. Joseph, St. Francis Zavier 1,034 7
Roebucke and Antelope for their share of the Europe, St. Clement, Patience, Lady of Coro, St. Barbara, and St. Francis Zavier 2,492 1
Rochester for their share of the Bonadventure of Grandville 154 9
Flamborough for their share of the Hope of Calais 76 12 7
Adventure and Portland for their share of the Prophet Daniell 552 8 7
Adventure for their share of the Triumphant 93 15
Adventure for their share of the Gracious and Immaculate Virgin 779 16
Montague for their share of the Lady of Rosary, St. Joseph, and St. Francis Zavier 1,034 7 2
Roebucke and Antelope for their share of the Europe, St. Clement, Patience and the Lady of Coro, St. Barbara and St. Francis Zavier 2,492 1
Woolwich and Litchfield for their share of the Prudence, Joshua, Teresa, Victory and Sovereigne Medecin, Infanta of Ollone, Bon Viago and St. John Baptist 481 5
Triton for their share of the Marvilleux privatier and Sans Pareil privatier 792 2
Triton for their share of the Virgin's Grace 829 19
Carried forward £8,031 18
Chatham for their share of the Constable of St. Malo, privatier 529 16
Chatham and Arundell for their share of the Dutchesse du Maine, privatier 157 7 0
Arundell and Shoreham for their share of the Riense of St. Malo, privatier 100 11
Orford, Litchfield and Warspight for their share of the Hazardous man of war 894 19 8
Litchfield for their share of the Martiall man of war 484 11
Litchfield for their share of the Mercury of Ollerone 82 6
Rochester for their share of the Great Fisher privatier 606 11
Tyger for their share of the Jesus Nazareus 208 15
Chatham for their share of the Golden Eagle of Calais 79 6 4
Rye for their share of the Governor of Narva 93 18 9
Worcester for their share of the Hope of Dunkirk and St. Antonia de Padua 57 3 6
Worcester for their share of the St. Mathew of Nantz 84 16
Worcester for their share of the St. Anthony of Nantz 134 7 7
Deptford for their share of the Uffro Susanna 613 12
Advice for their share of the St. Sulpice privatier 853 3
Expedition for their share of the La Reine 58 0
Grafton for their share of the Lady of Rosario 606 2
Hound for their share of the Lewis Marcell privatier 3 16
Maidstone for their share of a dogger, name unknown 174 16 0
Charles galley for their share of the St. Mathew privatier 82 9
Medway for their share of the Phillipeaex privatier of St. Malo and Bonadventure privatier of Dunkirk and Goddesse Minerva privatier 941 2 6
Medway for their share of the Bayonne or Lamb 101 0
Medway and Nonsuch for their share of the Firme privatier of St. Malo, and Gentile privatier 977 1
Faulkland for their share of the St. Francis privatier of Dunkirk 60 5 11¾
Sheerness and Bonadventure for their share of the Esperance or Hope of St. Malo 46 11
Seaford for their share of the Rusee privatier of St. Malo and Heureuse privatier of St. Malo 344 5
Rye for their share of the Mary Rose 371 12
Larke for their share of the Hirundell of Marseilles 502 16 1
Rochester for their share of the Therese and the Gracieuse man of war 1,554 12 10½
Rochester for their share of the Nostre Dame de Consolae privatier 45 9 2
Rochester for their share of the Suprenant privatier 44 8 8
Dreadnought, Falkland and Fowey for their share of the Rainbow privatier and La Seine 2,592 16
Litchfield for their share of the Sun privatier of Dunkirk 1,175 9
30,882 19 10¾
her Majesty's ships Royal Sovereign, Ranelagh, Triumph, Somerset, St. George, Mary, Barfleur, Torbay, Prince George, Cambridge, Bedford, Grafton, Lowestoffe, Orford, Essex, Kent, Northumberland, Monmouth, Terrible, Lightning, Hawke, Grenado, Swiftsure, Griffin, Hunter, Vulture, Isabella, Fubbs, Berwick, Phoenix, Basilisk, Mortar, Terroar, Association, and Pembroke for their shares in the prizes at Vigo in October 1702 32,614 12 0
paid to John Dodd for the [Lord Admiral's] Tenth part of the net proceeds of privatiers as follows
St. Mathew, Jean Sebelle, Commander 4 0 6
Dutchesse du Main, Jno. Esnoul, Commander 18 12 1
St. Anthony of Port Lewis, Caesar Mercoir, Commander 1 10 5
Hope of Calais, Francis L'Brune, Commander 10 7 8
St. Anthony of Havre de Grace, Tho. Antell, Commander 0 11 0
Cheate, Julian Gaillot, Commander.. 0 8 8
Constable of St. Malo, Michael Baudron, Commander 27 18 3
L' Merveilleuse, Oliver L'Megro des Bots, Commander 20 10 5
Sans Pareil, St. Alain Bridnon, Commander 31 14 10
Triumphant, Nicholas Tilley, Commander 10 18 4
Gracious, John Baptista Channell de Sonnell, Commander 3 5 9
Lewis Marseil, John Morin, Commander 0 13 7
Phillippeaux, William Gorden, Commander 33 3 0
Susanna, Gideon Bloquet, Commander 5 3 0
Great Fisher, Peter Augett, Commander 42 5 8
St. Sulpice, du Rochier L'Dispenser, Commander 82 1 11
Fortunate Princess of Calais, Robert Lequilloe, Commander 3 3 6
St. Francis of Dunkirk, Francis Maliniere, Commander 7 9 1
Harpe Volant, Francis Pol de Coeur Bocage, Commander 25 11 10
Bien Venn, Ines Lossieux, Commander 4 11 3
Darquin, William Morin, Sieur de Maurier, Commander 21 14 11
Heureuse, Le Pommeais Poitevin, Commander 14 11 3
Rusee, James Stafford, Commander 11 1 10
Envoy, — Derrie, Commander 12 1 10
La Tour de Montforte, Francis Walkaniere, Commander 2 8 10
Surprenante, Anthony Bratton, Commander 5 2 1
Nostre Dame de Console, Anthony Leffevre, Commander 5 8 8
Francis and Paul, Michael Caillouel, Commander 27 17 6
Sun of Dunkirk, Cornelius Sans, Commander 129 14 4
Three Provences of St. Malo, Julian Hubart, Commander 63 18 5
628 0 5
Salaries of the Principal Commissioners, Sub-Commissioners and other officers of the Prizes detailed 9,043 10 3
rent of Prize Office, necessaries and incidents 1,443 4 2
rewards to Commanders etc. detailed 3,035 1
rewards for discovery of embezzled goods 61 5 1
gunnage money allowed to privatiers for taking privatiers of the enemy in fight (the William galley, William Brock, Commander, for the Nostre Dame de Bon Secours de Calais) 40 0 0
money paid into the Receipt of the Exchequer 9,400 0 0
money repaid to clear imprests 80 0 0
money paid on bills of exchange detailed drawn by Sub-Commissioners and agents at the outports and imprested by them to defray incidents 3,729 11 1
total payments and allowances £99,194 9
and so Remains 37,149l. 5s.d.
Whereof l. s. d.
depending as imprests upon Anthony Burnaby, Secretary to the Principal Commissioners 113 10 0
Tho. Parry, a cooper 100 0 0
Sir Thomas Littleton, Treasurer of the Navy 1,007 10 6
John Wynne, Deputy Solicitor to the Prize Office 110 0 0
£1,331 0 6
and so this accomptant remains indebted at the determination of this account 35,818l. 5s.d.
Declared 29 January 1708–9.
Note: The above account is the Cash Account for Prizes for the year 1705 June to 1706 June. The succeeding roll, No. 470, is the General Account of the Principal Commissioners of Prizes for the same year. The relation between the two accounts has been already explained (see Introduction Vol. XX, p. ccxxv.) In this instance the General Account adds only the following items of historical interest and names of prizes to the information given in the Cash Account.
given in the Cash Account: viz.: l. s. d.
remittances from Sub-Commissioners or Agents at the outports and in foreign parts for prizes sold
Henry Hooke, Henry Darrell and Samuell Foot, Sub-Commissioners at Plymouth (St. Anne of Stockholm, Sta. Theresa, St. Mathew of Nantes, Angel Raphaell, Hope of Cork, Nostra Seigniora de Bonhora, John and Susanna, Juffro Margaretta) 691 19 0
Sir George Parker and Charles Goring, Sub-Commissioners at Portsmouth (Neptune) 2,525 0 0
Edward Knatchbull and John Chetwind, Sub-Commissioners at Dover (St. Antonio of Nantes) 92 5 0
Samuel Powell, agent at Deale (goods from St. Mary's) 24 16
James Holden, Agent at Faro (Two Freinds) 237 9 4
Ellis Terrell, agent at Lisbon: for Our Lady of Porta Coeli 12,514 1 4
La Bibby (Bibbe) 945 5 3
Our Lady of Rossary 1,582 9 7
Jesus Nazareus 1,019 12 9
Hirundell or Swallow 1,507 5 3
Sta. Margaretta 4.363 19 5
Mercury 313 8 0
Our Lady of Coro, and Santa Barbara and St. Francisco Xavier 1,901 5 1
(total from Lisbon 24,337l. 6s. 11d.)
Gabriel Soulden, agent at Kinsale (Alworth) 938 17 9
Hugh Jones, late Agent at Falmouth (Hazardous man of war) 27 6 10
John Parker and Nicholas Davy, agents there (same ship) 277 1
Thomas Bower (agent at Weymouth) (a dogger, name unknown) 41 11
Robert Lee, late agent at Guernsey (Pembroke man of war) 11 0 11
Thomas Newman, agent at Dartmouth (James and Sarah) 9 6 8
Richard Mannoch, agent at Rye (St. John) 60 13 0
Mark Proudfoot, agent with the Grand Fleet under the Earl of Peterborough and Sir Cloudesley Shovell
a French tartau 123 15 0
St. Francis Xaxier 270 0 0
a French satia 90 0 0
a satia, name unknown 148 10 0
St. George brigantine 1,080 0 0
a Tartan 45 0 0
£30,931 9 10½
Amongst other prizes not mentioned in the Cash Account are
Neptune of Stockholm
Count de Triers
Bourdemay of Rosco
Unity of Youghal
Dragon privatier
Mary Ann of Rochelle
Diligence of Rochelle
St. Mark
Lady of Zeer Les Animos
Lady of Soccoro and Balbaneda
St. Stephen of St. Sebastian
Nostra Dame or Lady de Guardia
St. Maria or Pellican
Good or Bon Union
Virge
Esperance
Vigilante
Nostre Dame de Sepulture
Golden Starr
Union
Nostra Seigniora de la Mercede
James Pilgrim of Ollerone
St. Andrew of Purney
Queen of Angels
Ambitious
St. John's paper
Juffro or Lady Margaretta
Nostra Dame de Bon Deliverance
The statement in the General Account is briefly as follows:
Charge. l. s. d.
arrears, depending 57,095 7
money arising by sale of prize ships and goods 94,247 2
money received from Sub-Commissioners and Agents 30,931 9 10½
money due and payable for privateers sold 14,539 7 8
money received to clear imprests etc. 86 8 8
money paid by John Brewer and Sub-Commissioners etc. by order of the Principal Commissioners 3,729 11 1
overpayments etc. 3,048 19 8
total charge and receipts £172,746 17 2
Discharge. l. s. d.
overpayment in 1705 313 11 2
money paid by John Brewer as per Cash account 99,194 9
money detailed paid by Sub-Commissioners and Agents 15,109 17
moiety of prizes paid to the captors by Mark Proudfoot 806 11 5
money paid out of the Queen's moiety by Sub-Commissioners and agents detailed 684 12
incidents 20 7 4
brokerage on prizes 406 15 11
total payments and allowances £116,536 5
Remains 56,210l. 11s.d.
whereof depending on persons detailed 56,210l. 11s.d. and so these accomptants are Even and Quit.
Declared 28 July 1709.
Declared Accounts: Navy: Admiralty Droits.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 1828, ROLL 537.
John Dod, Commissioner and Receiver General of the Rights and Perquisites of the Lord High Admiral of England, which by deed under his hand and seal are to be disposed of for the use of the publique during the continuance of the present war.
27 June 1705 to 27 June 1707.
Charge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Remains in the hands of this accomptant money received within the time of this accompt 3,369 18 9
the Tenths of appraised value of several prizes taken by privatiers 4,789 7 10
the Tenths of prizes taken by her Majesty's ships of war, received from the Prizes Commissioners 1,103 3 2
the produce of several prizes condemned as perquisites to the Lord Admiral 1,790 19 3
received of Richard Crawley, Receiver of the salvage money and other Droits of Admiralty 900 0 0
8,589 10 3
total charge and receipts £11,959 9 0
Discharge. l. s. d.
allowances and salaries:
Earl of Pembroke for two years to 1707 June 27 3,000 0 0
John Dod ditto 680 0 0
John Warters ditto 600 0 0
William Carpenter ditto 800 0 0
John Tregarthen et al. for taking the Hope of Bordeaux 36 6 4
Sir Lambert Blackwell, agent at Leghorn 43 16 6
Simpson Rattenbury and Company for taking the Trinity of Rochelle 43 5 6
Richard Pratt for seizing the St. Dorothy for trading with the enemy 160 0 0
Benjamin Edwards and John Edwards for seizing the Freindshipp coming with wines from Bordeaux in time of war.. 200 0 0
William Conolly for seizing the Mary Ann pink in Castlehaven harbour 46 4 1
Thomas Warren for taking care of Admiralty Droits at Dover, Deal and Thanet 60 0 0
Edmund Dummer for his care in managing the West India pacquet service 1,215 3 0
Hartstongue Mainwaring for seizing several ships and vessels 21 3 6
Joseph Dudley, Governor of New England, and Thomas Povey, Lieut. Governor, for seizing pirates' effects 360 0 0
Duke of Bolton for seizing the Marie Anne of St. Valiere with brandy driven by stress into the Isle of Wight 31,1 9 10
ditto for seizing the Grand Alexander of Calais driven by stress into Thorne Bay 794 14 10
Henry West, master of the Brothers' Love, a. moiety of the net goods which he fished up out of the river of Vigo 50 16 9
Peter Hill, Agent at Falmouth for his poundage of the White Lamb 171 11 0
John Saunders, master of the Smirna Factor for a moiety of a silver dish brought from Vigo 5 0 0
8,589 11 4
fees due to the officers of the Admiralty-detailed 1,631 2 4
sundry necessary charges and disbursements:
William Dobree, Tenths of the Catherine of Rotterdam ordered to be restored 25 16
John Rose and Thomas Speackman, prize Officers for waiting on board the Friendship 7 10 0
Edward Eyres, Agent at Galway, for poundage of the Eagle and Crown and Three Crowns 20 6 3
Simon Paw, informer at Penzance concerning the Pearl 4 0 0
Jeffrey Glazier, Admiralty Proctor, for the Friendship, Nicholas and White Lamb 59 13 0
ditto for goods from Vigo in the Brethren's Love 6 0 8
cooperage of derelict wines out of the Hannah of Plymouth 9 7 0
Customs of said wines 773 13 0
freight of ditto 20 18 0
wharfage of ditto 3 8 0
Customs and Excise of brandy out of the White Pearle 51 18 0
Bartholomewe Avent for his agency of the Havre de Grace and Dorothy 20 18 0
Pipe Office fees 10 17 4
Thomas Page and R. Mount for stationery 36 4 10
Register of Admiralty on Doctor's Commons for charges of condemnation of goods fished up at Vigo 13 17 9
1,064 8
necessary and incident disbursements .. 318 17 7
11,393 19
money imprested to John Warters, Solicitor for the Rights of Admiralty 1,100 0 0
Auditor's fee 150 0 0
total payments and allowances £12,643 19
and so this accomptant is in surplusage upon the end and determination of this accompt 684l. 10s.d.
Dated 11 September 1710.
Navy: Salvage Money and other Droits and Perquisites of Admiralty.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 1828, ROLL 536.
John Dodd, Commissioner and Receiver General.
27 June 1704 to 27 June 1705.
Charge l. s. d. l. s. d.
arrears: Remains in this accomptant's hands 3,200 16
moneys received for the Rights and Perquisites of Admiralty
Tenths of prizes taken by privatiers as by certificate from John Warter, Comptroller of these Rights 3,615 9
Tenths of prizes taken by her Majesty's men of war and other Rights of Admiralty received from the Commissioners of Prizes 657 12 1
sale of prizes condemned as Perquisites to the Lord Admiral 2,825 16
7,098 17 10¼
total charge and receipts £10,299 14 5
Discharge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
annuities and salaries:
Thomas, Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery: for one year to 20 May 1705.. 1,500 0 0
William Carpenter, as by the royal warrant of 19 May 1703: for 1¼ years to midsummer 1705 500 0 0
John Robins by ditto of 28 April 1704: for three quarters to Lady day 1705.. 375 0 0
John Warter, Comptroller and Solicitor of Admiralty Droits 375 0 0
John Dodd, Receiver of Admiralty Droits 340 0 0
Thomas Jenkins, of the Griffin pink, for a moiety of Vigo booty brought by him 116 8
Capt. Henry Hammond of the Antelope for ditto 440 11
Capt. Richard Upton, for four eighth parts of the moiety of the White Lamb seized by him 886 18 3
Capt. John Norris for a moiety of the St. Nicholas prize 418 19 11
William Taunton, Commander of the Portland Castle for three eighth parts of the moiety of a small French vessel.. 3 1 9
Col. Bryan Townesend for four eighth parts of the Bonadvenlure prize 22 10 0
Capt. Upton for the moiety of the Hope alias Anne 72 4 1
Capt. James Garfield for avoiding disputes with the States General by compounding claims on two Dutch prizes 100 0 0
5,150 14 2
Carried forward £5,150 14 2
Brought forward 5,150 14 2
disbursements by agents for Admiralty Perquisites
(Hartstong Mainwaring at Jersey; John Smith at Liverpool; George Shuck-burgh at Rye; Alexander Alchorne at the Isle of Wight; Thomas Eykins at Scilly; Gabriel Soulden at Kinsale; John Bolitho at Bideford; Edward Eyre at Galway; Bartholomew A vent at Plymouth; Nicholas Le Fefvre at Dublin) 379 15 8
John Roos for seals 102 5 0
overpayment on the Jeune Homme 2 10 8
John Brewer, Treasurer for Prizes: charges 7 10 0
freight decreed and goods restored 608 3 0
incident charges detailed 129 2 0
6,380 0 6
allowances to this accomptant 149 15 1
total payments and allowances £6,529 15 7
Remains 3,769 18s. 10d.
whereof
Depending upon John Waiter, Solicitor for Prizes 400l. 0s. 0d.
leaving this accomptant indebted 3,369l. 18s. 10d.
Declared 27 June 1705.
Declared Accounts: Navy (Salvage Money).
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 1828, ROLL 534.
Edward Crawley, Receiver of Salvage money and other Droits and Perquisites of Admiralty.
From 1705 March 25 to 1709 November 8.
Charge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Remains in the hands of this accomptant.. 758 4 11½
depending on John Dodd 1,000 0 0
1,758 4 11½
received between Lady day 1705 and Lady day 1707 for salvage of ships taken by the enemy and retaken by her Majesty's ships and appraised and one eighth part of said appraisal taxed for salvage
Diligence (1703) 6 17 6
between 1705 and 1707
Richard and Sarah (Thomas Wilkinson, master) by the Rochester, Capt. Edw. Owen 1,304 12 10
John and Susanna (John Hutchins, master) by the Worcester Capt. Canning 72 16 10½
Carried forward £1,758 4 11½
Brought forward 1,758 4 11½
Emma and Arthur (Joseph Lee, master) by the Advice, Capt. Salmon Morris.. 46 2 8
Juffrouwe Maria (Juriau Jansen Sansen, master) by the Expedition, Capt. Gold 125 17
Catherine (William Browne, master) by the Sun, Capt. John Bennet 27 6 3
Elizabeth (William Webb, master) by the Sheerness, Capt. Mitchell 13 18
John and Margaret (Robert Anderson, master) by the Queensborough, Capt. John Jefcot 5 0 10¼
William of Rye (Robert Hounsell, master) by the Fly brig, Capt. Joshua [Josiah] Roydhouse 24 0 0
Abraham (John King, master) by the Monmouth, Capt. John Baker 446 1
Traveller (Samuel Winter, master) by the Rye, Capt. Edward Vernon 12 13
Mary galley (Francis Mutton, master) by the Warwick, Capt. Raymond 61 6
Barbadoes Merchant (William Oliver, master) by the Pembroke 49 11 0
Tyger of Boston (John Holland, master) by the Swallow, Capt. Haddock 45 18 6
Friends Adventure (John Simonds, master) by the Merlin, Capt. William Clarke.. 18 17
2,261 0
The Lord High Admiral's Tenth of Salvage for the Bachelor's Endeavour (John Ashton, master) retaken by the Hope privatier. Capt. Samuel Perand, Commander 26 0 0
goods of pirates condemned in the High Court of Admiralty 30 May 1706, seized by Capt. Mathew Lowth in the Margaret, Samuel Burgess, master 189 7
goods and effects of John Quelch and other pirates convicted and executed at Boston in New England in June 1704 3,164 19 8
3,354 7
Fines set upon sheriffs of Surrey for not attending the Commissioners of Oyer and Terminer for the Admiralty of England 5 0 0
Received for the Salvage of ships and goods between Lady day 1707 and 8 November 1709
Providence (Robert Hatch, master) retaken by the Dover, Capt. Thomas Mathews 25 17
Diligence (Peter Gerard, master) by the Dunkirk, Capt. Grevel 26 19
Henry (Edward Totterdell, master) by the Bridgewater 35 8
Anne (John Dun, master) by the Seaport, Capt. Geo. Rogers 38 1
Moody galley (William Carter, master) by the Garland, Capt. Charles Stewart 40 7
Carried forward £7,414 12 10¾
Brought forward 7,414 12 10¾
Bolch or Whiting (Tunijs Muijs, master).. 16 17 6
Jonathan of Amsterdam (Daniel de Young, master) by the Rochester, Capt. Aldred 389 2 9
Land's Welfare of Amsterdam (Cornelius Thomassen, master) by the Rochester, Capt. Aldred 397 18
Young Isaac of Amsterdam (John Simonse, master) by the Montague 418 9 9
Edward and William (John Granger, master) by the Nightingxle 8 16
John and Susanna (Thomas Rowland, master) by the Nightingale 75 0 11¼
Resolution (Patrick Galway, master) by the Shoreham, Capt. Saunders 71 7 6
Owners' Goodwill (John Bennet, master) by the Rupert, Capt. Fog 52 17 6
Friendship (Tho. Walkup, master) by the Charles, Capt. John Hager 17 10 0
Julian alias Judith Anne (Richard Allen, master) by the Rye galley 59 18
Sarah (P. Gawden, master) by the Mary, Capt. Hobson 21 9
Mary galley (John Cuthbertson, master) by the August, Capt. Tho. Scot 40 11 3
Little John (Richard Gay, master) by the Chatham, Richard Hughs, Commander 6 11 3
Fly alias Flying, Passage Boat (Peter Montack, master) by the Chatham, Richard Hughs 13 15
John (John Mallack, master) by the Revenge, Capt. William Kerr 30 0 0
William and Thomas (Daniel Whislad, master) by the Scarborough 8 4
Susannah (John Darracot, master) by the Ludlow Castle, Capt. Nicholas Haddock 137 2
Sarah (Henry Phillips, master) by Sir John Norris 72 17 1
Margaret (Alexander Kynack, master) by Sir John Norris 31 13
Elizabeth (David Stevenson, master) by Sir John Norris 115 18: 10
Hopefull Binny (Alexander Stark, master) by Sir John Norris 112 16
Christian (Duncan Glasford, master) by Sir John Norris 204 15 9
William (William Wightman, master) by Sir John Norris 74 0 3
Rachael (Nicholas Clare, master) by the Charles galley 48 2 9
Two Brothers (John Stevens, master) by the Dartmouth, Capt. Stewart 44 10 0
Port Royal (Richard Pearse, master) by the Chester 60 17
Five Sisters (Richard Pearse, master) by the Assistance 26 13
Log (Lawrence Veijkers, master) by the Deal Castle, John Codner, Commander 36 12
Sandyford frigate (Francis Franklyn, master) by the Expedition packet boat, Francis Clyes, Commander 104 18 9
Elizabeth of Bristol (William Webb, master) by the Medway and Plymouth.. 68 13 10½
Ruth (John Wicksteed, master) by the Speedwell, Capt. Camocke 334 4 5
Joseph (Benjamin Hunt, master), by the Romney 74 12 0
Conqueror (John Brent, master) part of the recaptures in the year 1704 by the Charles galley, Capt. John Taylor 24 3 9
Industry (William Jordan, master) by the Nonsuch, Capt. Carlton 127 15
3,424 4
total charge and receipts £10,838 17 0
Discharge. l. s. d.
paid to re-captors, detailed, of ships by order in Council of 13 December 1705 815 12 9
ditto by like order of 26 March 1706 764 0
fees to officers detailed of the Court of Admiralty and Appeals 1,047 3 2
paid into the Exchequer 24 March, 6 Anne.. 500 0 0
paid into the Mint, 30 March. 5 Anne of the goods of John Quelch, pirate, and by the Mint coined into guineas and paid into the Exchequer 3,164 19 8
allowances to this accomptant and others 779 3
total payments and allowances £7,070 17 2
and so Remains 3,767l. 19s. 10d.
against which
Depending upon
John Dod, Receiver General of the Rights and Perquisites of Admiralty, to be applied by him by directions from her Majesty as by warrants detailed 3,650l.
and so Remains 117l. 19s. 10d.
which sum was paid into the Exchequer 13 November, 10 Anne.
Auditor Harley's Memorandum: the salvage for the lading of the ship Conqueror, John Brent, master, standing out un-recovered on his former account is not yet recovered for that the said ship being carried to Portugal and delivered to Mr. John Holden, Consul at Faro, he without any authority delivered the ship and lading to the master, taking security at Faro for payment of the salvage so that proceedings are had against the said Consul in the Admiralty Court.
Also that the ship Winchelsea, an English man of war, was retaken [from the French] by the Chester for which the Queen is to pay one eighth part [of the appraisal] for Salvage: but it is not yet received.
Also that the ship Fountain (William Chandler, master) in her passage from London to Cork, 27 April 1709, was taken by the French and on the same day re-taken by the Bridgewater and carried into Kinsale. The ship and lading were restored 11 May 1709 to Peter Hollander and Company of London paying one eighth for Salvage according to appraisement but before any appraisement was taken out the Captain of the Bridgewater delivered all to the merchants concerned so that the Salvage is not yet recovered.
The account ends with marginal notes to the effect that John Dod accounted for his super of 3,650l. in his accounts for 1707, 1709, and 1712 respectively.