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Declared Accounts: Customs, General Account

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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 24, 1710. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1952.

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Customs, General Account

DECLARED ACCOUNTS
REVENUE DEPARTMENTS
DECLARED ACCOUNTS.
PIPE: ROLL 950.
GENERAL ACCOUNT OF THE CUSTOMS.
WILLIAM BURNET, Comptroller of the Accounts of the Customs.
26 Dec. 1709 to 25 Dec. 1710.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Remains in the hands of the Collectors:
for the Customs and Subsidies of Tonnage and Poundage 194,835 0
for the new Additional Impositions 32,971 8 11½
for the new Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage ended at 1 Feb. 1699–1700 23,800 11
for the new Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage ended at 8 March 1701–2 6,930 4
for the new Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage which commenced 8 March 1701–2 148,700 13
for the One Third Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage which determined 8 March 1706–7 10,333 6 10½
for the One Third Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage which commenced 8 March 1706–7 47,855 0
for the Two Thirds Subsidy 10,536 8
for the new Duty on Coffee, Tea &c. 4,058 4 1
for the new Additiional Duty on Coffee and Tea 1,905 12
for the Duties on French Tonnage 120 5 0
for the Duty of the Second 25 per cent. on French goods 15,570 3
for the Duty of 25 per cent. on French Prize Wines 1,110 0
for the Duty on Scotch linen and on whale fins 3,716 10
for the Duty of 15 per cent. on muslins 1 14
for the Coinage Duty 1,481 17 11
504,027 5
Receipts. £ s. d.
From the Customs which determined 31 July 1710 [as by 1 Anne, c. 7, being the Second Deficiencies Act].
London port, Grand Receipt 82,722l. 19s. 11½d. in money and 14,046l. 18s. 1d. in bonds; on the Plantation Receipt 67,402l. 8s. 11½d. in money and 40,824l. 2s. 2½d. in bonds; on the Wine Receipt 80,439l. 19s. 10½d. in money and 3,268l. 5s. 4½d. in bonds; on the Grand Receipt Outwards 6,726l. 13s. 5d. in money and for white cloths expected 14l. 5s. 0d.; Customs Outwards on leather 107l. 11s. 11d.; on white woollen cloth 974l. 297,491 4
Outports.
Arundel 4 1
Barnstaple 3,083 14
Beaumaris 39 17
Berwick 40 3
Bridgwater 156 15 11
Bridlington 0 19 3
Bristol 30,441 15 3
Bideford 3,716 7 9
Carlisle 0 3 0
Chester 1,731 8
Chichester 2 0 0
Colchester 231 0
Cowes 6 2 3
Dartmouth 158 8
Deal 56 9 0
Deal 2 11
Dover 268 0
Exeter 2,617 16
Falmouth 274 19
Falmouth 139 19
Feversham 29 13 9
Fowey 1 8 9
Gloucester 2 8 3
Gweek 4 8
Harwich 118 1 10
Hull 3,833 18
Ilfracombe 4 16
Ipswich 4 3 7
Lancaster 65 11
Liverpool 9,288 4
Looe 57 0
Lyme 1,259 18
Lynn 924 5
Maldon 7 0 0
Milford 584 9
Minehead 640 3
Newcastle 3,423 5
Newhaven 0 18
Padstow 45 6
Penryn 406 7
Penzance 15 3 11¾
Plymouth 7,468 16
Poole 270 5
Portsmouth 1,150 0 5
Poulton 2 10
Rochester 280 19
Rye 5 13
St. Ives 47 16
Sandwich 67 10
Scarboro 35 4 9
Shoreham 1 8
Southampton 1,395 12
Stockton 866 12 0
Sunderland 1,523 2
Swanzey 101 9 10¾
Truro 94 17 10¾
Wells 26 16 0
Weymouth 458 4 0
Whitby 8 1
Whitehaven 1,922 17 1
Yarmouth 452 19
79,411 6 11¼
(total for Customs ending 31 July 1710 for London and outports 376,902l. 11s. 8¾d.)
From the Customs and Subsidies of Tonnage and Poundage which commenced 1 August 1710 [as by the Act 6 Anne, c. 27, which continued the same Fond as the above until 1 Aug. 1712].
London port: Grand Receipt 35,364l. 4s. 9½d. in money; Plantation Receipt 40,916l. 15s. 8½d. in money and 18,971l. 12s. 7d. in bonds; Wine Receipt 6,330l. 12s. 1d. in money and 132l. 1s. 0d. in bonds; Grand Receipt outwards 103l. 7s. 9d. 101,818 13 10½
Outports:
Barnstaple 367 7 11¾
Beaumaris 18 11 10
Berwick 19 11
Bridgwater 2 18 10
Bridlington 8 6 10
Bristol 18,045 10 10
Bideford 2,225 15 10
Chester 410 3
Chichester 0 0 7
Colchester 174 9 9
Cowes 2 17
Dartmouth 8 18 2
Deal 9 3 0
Deal 2 17
Deal 0 10 4
Dover 7 12
Exeter 1,108 8 10½
Falmouth 161 12
Feversham 91 7
Fowey 3 11
Gloucester 0 13 6
Harwich 99 8 2
Hull 2,096 19 4
Ipswich 0 1
Ipswich 8 11
Lancaster 37 10 11¾
Liverpool 3,615 4 10
Liverpool 3,298 2
Looe 0 15 2
Lyme 963 11 1
Lynn 1,248 19 10¼
Malden 44 0 0
Milford 28 14 7
Minehead 114 13
Newcastle 1,412 6 3
Padstow 4 2 4
Padstow 2 5 11¼
Penryn 236 17
Penzance 7 17 2
Plymouth 992 7
Poole 63 10
Portsmouth 578 19 10
Poulton 37 7
Rochester 335 6
Rye 2 18 10
St. Ives 0 12 7
Sandwich 83 11
Sandwich 43 10
Scarborough 39 11
Shoreham 5 13 10¼
Southampton 366 6
Stockton 164 16
Sunderland 190 11 11
Swanzey 8 5 11¼
Wells 44 17
Wells 14 19 9
Weymouth 1,359 14 2
Whitby 29 5 1
Whitehaven 1,040 9 10
Yarmouth 937 18
42,231 7
(total for London and outports for Customs beginning 1 Aug. 1710 144,050l. 0s. 11¼d.)
From the Additional Impositions which determined 31 July 1710 [as by 1 Anne, c. 7, being the second Deficiencies Act continuing the grant as in 4 Wm. and Mary, c. 5].
London port: Grand Receipt 15,629l. 17s. 6½d. in money and 200l. 19s. 6½d. in bonds: Plantation Receipt 1,249l. 6s. 5½d.; Wine Receipt 896l. 12s. 8½d. 18,076 16 3
Outports:
Barnstaple 12 6
Beaumaris 3 4 9
Berwick 0 0 7
Bridgewater 0 2
Bridlington 1 5 0
Bristol 1,511 18 7
Bydiford 263 3 7
Chester 128 0
Colchester 44 8 8
Cowes 91 1 10¼
Dartmouth 59 17 9
Deal 1 18
Dover 11 10
Exeter 177 14
Falmouth 47 3
Falmouth 17 15 1
Gloucester 0 18
Harwich 51 1
Hull 281 19 10
Lancaster 7 7 11½
Liverpool 474 13
Lyme 1 13
Lynn 5 16
Milford 2 4
Minehead 114 14
Newcastle 368 18 10½
Penryn 13 3
Penzance 4 4
Plymouth 2,030 7
Poole 44 16 10¾
Portsmouth 599 1
Poulton 1 16 11
Rochester 163 14
St. Ives 12 8
Sandwich 4 5
Scarborough 26 8
Southampton 324 14 11
Stockton 90 3
Sunderland 15 16 4
Swanzey 0 0
Weymouth 0 5
Whitby 0 0
Whitehaven 35 12
Yarmouth 74 2
7,121 19 4
(total for London and outports for the Additional Impositions ending 31 July 1710, 25,198l. 15s. 7d.)
From the Additional Impositions which commenced 1 August 1712 [sic an erratum for 1710] [as by 6 Anne, c. 27, which continued the above grants as in 4 Wm. and Mary, c. 5].
London port: Grand Receipt 5,274l. 0s. 3d.; Plantation Receipt 1,301l. 5s. 0d.; Wine Receipt 439l. 9s. 3d. 7,014 14 6
Outports:
Barnstaple 14 19
Beaumaris 5 6 4
Berwick 2 15 3
Bridgwater 2 18 1
Bridlington 0 10
Bristol 607 4 0
Bydiford 275 3 0
Chester 77 4
Colchester 23 1 0
Cowes 0 2 7
Dartmouth 12 18 8
Deal 0 15 7
Deal 0 1
Dover 0 2
Exeter 72 5 43
Falmouth 38 2
Fowey 1 10 11½
Harwich 39 6 11½
Hull 489 19
Ipswich 3 2 1
Lancaster 12 9
Liverpool 43 12
Liverpool 102 7 10¼
Looe 0 0
Lyme 1 16
Lynn 2 5 10¼
Milford 1 3
Minehead 30 14
Newcastle 278 12 11½
Padstow 0 0 11
Padstow 2 11
Penryn 7 10 0
Penzance 4 2 11
Plymouth 1,149 16
Pool 22 7
Portsmouth 130 18
Poulton 1 17
Rochester 203 8 10½
Sandwich 4 9
Scarborough 3 9
Southampton 332 14 10¾
Stockton 76 17 11¾
Sunderland 6 17
Wells 7 3 3
Weymouth 3 0
Whitby 6 16 10¼
Whitehaven 26 17
Yarmouth 105 12
4,236 5 4
(total for London and Outports for the Additional Impositions which commenced 1 August 1710 11,250l. 19s. 10d.)
From the new Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage which commenced 8 March 1701–2 [as by 1 Anne, c. 1, being the grant for Queen Anne's Civil List].
London port, Grand Receipt 93,835l. 7s. 6½d. in money and 8,965l. 15s. 0d. in bonds: Plantation Receipt 38,990l. 9s. 5½d. in money and 59,104l. 18s. 1d. in bonds; Wine Receipt 51,962l. 6s. 6½d. 252,858 16
Outports:
Arundel 4 1
Barnstaple 1,282 19 0
Beaumaris 26 2 11¼
Berwick 44 19
Bridgwater 152 11 9
Bridlington 8 10 10
Bristol 31,525 4
Bydiford 3,164 18
Chester 1,111 16
Chichester 0 0 7
Colchester 285 10
Cowes 453 3
Dartmouth 92 6 5
Deal 37 12 1
Deal 1 14 1
Deal 3 1
Dover 141 0
Exeter 2,402 14
Falmouth 177 17
Falmouth 179 16
Feversham 2 2
Fowey 2 8
Gloucester 0 19 0
Gweek 3 10
Harwich 168 18 11
Hull 3,161 2 8
Ilfracomb 2 19 1
Ipswich 0 3
Ipswich 6 4
Lancaster 34 15
Liverpool 9,015 3
Looe 0 19
Lyme 1,152 5
Lynn 1,320 18
Milford 275 18
Minehead 576 14 11½
Newcastle 1,700 9 3
Newhaven 0 9
Padstow 29 7
Penryn 321 11
Penzance 9 8 3
Plymouth 4,664 10
Poole 218 5
Portsmouth 1,084 17
Poulton 5 8 11¼
Rochester 478 10 11
Rye 5 2 7
St. Ives 25 11
Sandwich 124 9
Scarborough 61 13
Shoreham 6 16 2
Southampton 1,038 13 5
Stockton 289 1
Sunderland 63 2
Swanzey 5 1
Truro 26 8
Wells 28 8
Weymouth 950 3
Whitby 30 6
Whitehaven 1,097 3
Yarmouth 1,042 18
70,129 3 11¼
(total for the Tonnage and Poundage which commenced 8 March 1701–2 322,988l. 0s. 6¾d.)
From the first Additional or One Third Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage which commenced 8 March 1706–7 [as granted by 2–3 Anne, c. 18, and continued by 4–5 Anne, c. 18].
London port: Grand Receipt 30,881l. 3s. 1d. in money and 2,988l. 11s. 8d. in bonds; Plantation Receipt 12,558l. 19s. 6d. in money; 19,914l. 10s. 7½d. in bonds; Wine Receipt 17,028l. 12s. 1d. 83,371 16 11¼
Outports:
Barnstaple 426 3 11½
Beaumaris 8 14
Berwick 14 19 11¾
Bridgwater 50 17
Bridlington 2 13
Bristol 10,300 4 0
Bydiford 1,041 5
Chester 365 12
Colchester 94 16
Cowes 150 13 9
Dartmouth 6 13 11¼
Deal 12 4
Dover 46 1 6
Exeter 800 3
Falmouth 26 0 10¾
Falmouth 46 16
Feversham 0 4 6
Fowey 0 0
Gloucester 0 6 4
Gweek 1 3 4
Harwich 46 16 11¾
Hull 1,053 13
Ilfracombe 0 19
Ipswich 2 2
Lancaster 11 8
Liverpool 2,963 1 10¾
Looe 0 2 0
Lyme 357 1 10¾
Lynn 440 5 10¼
Milford 91 19
Minehead 182 12
Newcastle 563 14 10
Newhaven 0 3 2
Padstow 8 13 7
Penryn 102 18 2
Penzance 2 4
Plymouth 1,068 8 7
Poole 72 4
Portsmouth 284 4
Poulton 1 16
Rochester 159 1
Rye 1 13 9
St. Ives 7 5
Sandwich 40 7
Scarborough 20 12
Shoreham 2 5
Southampton 210 17
Stockton 96 6
Sunderland 21 0 11
Truro 8 16
Wells 9 9
Weymouth 295 7 2
Whitby 10 2
Whitehaven 333 16 3
Yarmouth 344 13
Deal 0 3
22,213 19
(total for the One Third Subsidy 105,585l. 16s. 2d.)
The Second Additional or Two Thirds Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage [as granted by 3–4 Anne, c. 3, and continued by 6 Anne, c. 50].
London port: Grand Receipt 29,918l. 10s. 2d. in money and 5,977l. 3s. 4d. in bonds; Plantation Receipt 1,036l. 5s. 11d.; Wine Receipt 34,057l. 18s. 4½d. 70,989 17 10
Outports:
Barnstaple 86 9
Beaumaris 17 13 11
Berwick 29 19 10¾
Bridgwater 101 14
Bridlington 4 18
Bristol 5,201 19 2
Bydiford 390 7 6
Chester 374 11
Colchester 100 9
Cowes 110 14
Dartmouth 4 19
Deal 24 4
Dover 90 14 3
Exeter 776 7
Falmouth 110 10 5
Feversham 0 9 0
Fowey 0 1 7
Gloucester 0 12 8
Gweek 2 6
Harwich 63 16
Hull 1,637 12 10½
Ilfracomb 1 19
Ipswich 2 7
Lancaster 14 17
Liverpool 429 16 11¼
Looe 0 4 0
Lyme 0 4
Lynn 873 4
Milford 18 13
Minehead 330 1
Newcastle 824 14 0
Newhaven 0 6 4
Padstow 2 14 10¾
Penryn 142 15
Penzance 2 2 2
Plymouth 795 1
Pool 144 9
Portsmouth 563 8
Poulton 3 12
Rochester 315 2 9
Rye 3 7
St. Ives 13 1 10¼
Sandwich 20 3
Scarborough 40 16
Shoreham 4 10
Southampton 421 14
Stockton 124 6
Sunderland 38 19
Swanzey 2 2 0
Truro 17 12
Wells 18 18
Weymouth 25 18
Whitby 18 19
Whitehaven 66 0 11¾
Yarmouth 235 11 3
14,648 7
(total for the Two Thirds Subsidy 85,638l. 5s. 2½d.)
rom the new Duty on Coffee and Tea &c. [as by the Act 3–4 Anne, c. 18, continued by 6 Anne, c. 50].
London port: Grand Receipt 9,314l. 5s. 10d. in money and 1,343l. 13s. 0d. in bonds; Plantation Receipt 6,827l. 6s. 11½d. in money 17,485 5
Outports:
Bridlington 4 12 5
Bristol 7,071 18 6
Bydiford 29 4 6
Deal 1 4 0
Dover 1 5 0
Exeter 115 15
Harwich 11 6 8
Liverpool 3 1
Plymouth 990 7 8
Portsmouth 0 12 5
Rochester 9 10 6
Southampton 155 10 6
Whitehaven 48 15 5
Yarmouth 23 19
8,467 3 7
(total for Tea, Coffee &c. 95,784l. 11s. 8¾d.)
From the New Additional Duty on Coffee, Tea &c [as by the Act 3–4 Anne, c. 18, continued by 6 Anne, c. 50].
London port: Grand Receipt 65,137l. 19s. 4d. in money and 1,521l. 12s. 9½d. in bonds; Plantation Receipt 2,055l. 2s. 3d. in money 68,714 14 5
Outports:
Bridlington 4 12 5
Bristol 794 6 10½
Bydiford 50 4
Chester 0 2 6
Deal 1 4 0
Dover 1 5 0
Exeter 115 19 11¼
Falmouth 0 14
Harwich 11 6 8
Hull 1 9
Liverpool 21 5
Lyme 0 0 8
Newcastle 0 11 6
Plymouth 64 7
Portsmouth 16 2
Rochester 9 10 6
Southampton 0 6 0
Yarmouth 23 19
1,117 7 11¼
(total for new Additional Duties on Coffee, Tea &c. 69,832l. 2s. 4¼d.)
From the Second 25 per cent. on French goods [by 7–8 Wm. III, c. 20].
Falmouth 75 0 0
Falmouth 0 16 8
Penryn 8 15
84 12
From the Duty of 25l. per ton on French prize wines [as by 6 Anne, c. 73].
London port 4,451 18 1
Outports:
Bridlington 4 3 4
Bristol 2 8
Colchester 8 14 7
Cowes 4 19
Dartmouth 135 10
Deal 8 0
Dover 4 15
Exeter 8 2
Falmouth 14 9 6
Fowey 5 3
Harwich 79 2
Hull 1 9
Liverpool 371 4 6
Lyme 5 9
Newcastle 87 10 0
Penzance 36 10
Plymouth 1,502 0
Portsmouth 124 17 11½
Sandwich 14 3
Scarborough 0 5 11½
Southamption 1,953 3
Whitehaven 28 19 2
Yarmouth 14 14 8
4,415 18
(total for French prize wines 8,867l. 16s. 5¼d.)
From the Duty on Whale Fins which determined 31 July 1710 [as by 9–10 Wm. III, c. 45, and continued by 1 Anne, c. 7].
London port: Grand Receipt 3,685l. 16s. 1d.; Plantation Receipt 105l. 14s. 7d. 3,791 10 8
Outports:
Bristol 0 9
Hull 5 12 6
Liverpool 2 4
Newcastle 15 6
23 12 6
(total for Whale Fins ended 31 July 1710, 3,815l. 3s. 2d.)
From the Duty on Whale Fins which commenced 1 Aug. 1710 [as by 6 Anne, c. 27, continuing the above Acts].
London port: Grand Receipt 1,244l. 7s. 11d.; Plantation Receipt 87l. 16s. 2d. 1,332 4 1
Outports:
Bristol 1 16
Newcastle 15 9 10¼
17 5 11½
(total for Whale Fins commencing 1 Aug. 1710, 1,349l. 10s. 0½d.)
From the Duty of 15 per cent. on East India goods [as by the Act 11–12 Wm. III, c. 3, continued by 3–4 Anne, c. 18, and 6 Anne, c. 50].
London port: Grand Receipt 50,691 11
Bristol 6 13 10½
(total for the 15 per cent. 50,698l. 5s. 4d.)
From the Coinage Duty [as by 18–19 Car. II, continued by 7 Anne, c. 24].
London port:
on Wine and Vinegar 6,370 19
on Brandy and Mum 146 9 9
6,517 8 11½
Outports:
Arundel 1 14
Barnstaple 1 19
Beaumaris 0 15
Bridgwater 0 9
Bridlington 0 1 8
Bristol 439 15
Bydiford 32 1
Chester 50 3 11½
Chichester 0 0
Colchester 0 6
Cowes 2 5
Dartmouth 35 5 0
Deal 8 15
Dover 24 12 5
Exeter 59 10 4
Falmouth 63 14 2
Feversham 0 13 0
Fowey 0 4
Harwich 7 12 10½
Hull 125 14 10¾
Ilfracombe 0 5
Ipswich 0 2
Liverpool 10 13 11¼
Looe 0 0 11
Lyme 2 1 4
Lynn 168 14
Milford 3 16 8
Minehead 7 10
Newcastle 8 1 4
Newhaven 0 1 7
Penryn 28 15
Penzance 0 19
Plymouth 90 16
Poole 9 5 11½
Portsmouth 59 10
Rochester 6 7
Rye 0 8 11
St. Ives 0 4 3
Sandwich 0 5 8
Scarborough 0 0
Liverpool 5 0 11¾
Southampton 185 3
Stockton 0 2
Sunderland 0 1 8
Truro 0 0
Weymouth 0 3
Whitehaven 2 15 4
Yarmouth 5 19
1,457 5
(total for Coinage Duty, 7,974l. 14s. 0d)
From the Duty on pepper, raisins and other kinds of grocery [as by 8 Anne, c. 12].
London port: Grand Receipt 14,451 15 9
Outports
Bridlington 20 3
Bristol 2,405 9
Bydiford 4 9 11
Deal 0 2 3
Exeter 379 7
Falmouth 0 3
Harwich 2 5
Hull 11 10 10¼
Minehead 0 8 9
Plymouth 260 6
Pool 1 15 11
Rochester 21 9 8
Shoreham 3 13 10¼
Weymouth 0 2 3
Yarmouth 103 11
3,215 0 0
(total for Pepper &c., 17,666l. 15s. 9d.)
From the Duty on Candles [as by 8 Anne, c. 5].
London port 2 4 11
Chester 3 4 3
Falmouth 0 5 2
Liverpool 2 16 4
Plymouth 1 14
Rochester 3 6 4
13 11
total Duties on imports and exports 1,257,869 10
interest on bonds not paid in time 774 12 3
overpayments by Collectors in various ports, detailed: and to be allowed and discompted in their next accompts:
on the Customs ended 31 July 1710 116,147 7 8
on the Customs commencing 1 Aug. 1710 11,242 10
on the Additional Impositions ended 31 July 1710 14,406 6
on the Additional Impositions commencinf 1 Aug. 1710 168 3
on the New Subsidy ended 1 Feb. 1699–1700 187 11 4
on the New Subsidy ended 8 March 1701–2 2,748 2 1
on the growing Subsidy commencing 8 March 1701–2 6,511 11
on the Additional or One Third Subsidy which ended 8 March 1706–7, as by 2–3 Anne, c. 18 839 19
on the Additional or One Third Subsidy commencing 8 March 1706 4,240 9
on the Second Additional or Two Thirds Subsidy 132 6 8
on the New Duty on Coffee &c. 4,146 2
on the New Additional Duty on Coffee &c. 5,081 19
on the French Tonnage Duty 22 2
on the second 25 per cent. on French goods 65 8 11¾
on the French prize wines 11 8 5
on the whale fins 49 6 4
on the Coinage Duty 141 15
on the Pepper &c. Duty 26 19
total overpayments 166,169 9 11½
total charge and receipts £1,928,840 18
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Money remitted by the Collectors to the Customs Cashier wherewith he stands charged on his [Cash] Accompt:
Customs (Tonnage and Poundage) which ended 31 July 1710 348,865 6
ditto which commenced 1 Aug. 1710 91,592 6
Additional Impositions on Poundage Goods ended 31 July 1710 27,059 3
new Additional Impositions on Poundage Goods which commenced 1 Aug. 1710 8,229 14
new Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage which expired 1 Feb. 1699–1700 10 6 10¼
new Subsidy [of Tonnage and Poundage] which expired 8 March 1701–2 46 18 3
new Subsidy which commenced 8 March 1701–2 301,495 18
First Additional or One Third new Subsidy which determined 8 March 1706–7 140 8 4
the First Additional or One Third new Subsidy which commenced 8 March 1706–7 97,696 12 0
the Second Additional or Two Thirds Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage 83,367 0 4
the new Duty on Coffee, Tea &c. 23,297 1
the new Additional Duty on Coffee &c. 65,343 13
the new Duty called the Second 25 per cent. on French Goods 113 6
the new Duty of 25 per cent. on French prize wines 7,666 17
the Duty on whale fins which expired 31 July 1710 3,870 14
the new Duty on whale fins which commenced 1 Aug. 1710 1,332 13
the Duty of 15 per cent. on muslins and other India goods 50,693 5 11½
the Coinage Duty 8,396 10
the new Duty on pepper, raisins and other grocery which commenced 6 Feb. 1709–10 16,768 10
the new Duty on Candles which commenced 1 May 1710 2 4 11
1,135,988 16
Overpayment by Collectors in the last accompt and defalced and discompted in this present accompt.
On the Customs and Subsidies of Tonnage and Poundage £ s. d.
London port 45 14 6
Arundel 48 15
Barnstaple 62 14
Beaumaris 54 4
Berwick 339 16
Boston 524 3 1
Bridgwater 92 18
Bridlington 51 4
Carlisle 337 6
Carlisle 108 7 0
Chichester 277 16
Colchester 77 8
Cowes 3,389 15
Dartmouth 278 7
Deal 527 2
Deal 2,263 0 0
Dover 409 8
Exeter 25 16
Falmouth 773 14 11½
Falmouth 907 2
Fowey 261 2
Gloucester 9 4
Gweek 231 7 11¾
Harwich 121 15
Hull 24 2
Ipswich 94 0
Looe 164 6
Maldon 93 11 5
Milford 319 9 11
Milford 971 9
Newhaven 158 15
Padstow 16 13 3
Penzance 349 8 7
Plymouth 763 0 9
Poole 228 2
Poulton 33 0 9
Rochester 344 13 11
Rye 1,595 8 10
St. Ives 43 9
Sandwich 132 2 11¼
Scarborough 76 18 8
Shoreham 80 10 6
Southampton 388 17
Swanzey 378 2
Swanzey 177 10 11¾
Truro 50 18
Wells 173 2
Weymouth 209 11
Whitby 159 3
Yarmouth 527 9
The like overpayments by several late Collectors:
London port 17 4 7
Barnstaple 19 1
Boston 571 0
Boston 1,427 4
Bridgwater 785 10
Bristol 5,248 6 7
Bydiford 1,528 0
Bydiford 268 10 1
Carlisle 16 0 3
Carlisle 2,494 6 8
Chester 7 11
Chester 5 2
Chichester 5,090 7 10¾
Chichester 1,407 4 11½
Dartmouth 1,889 12 11½
Deal 998 9 11
Dover 14,205 14 10¾
Dover 4,381 17 10½
Exeter 1,563 14 2
Falmouth 96 11 0
Falmouth 213 7
Falmouth 1,227 2
Feversham 354 14
Feversham 280 7
Fowey 1,302 5
Harwich 139 4
Harwich 1,876 19
Ipswich 287 14
Ipswich 0 0 1
Lancaster 3 17 11½
Lyme 38 18 11
Milford 10,657 14 10¾
Minehead 724 7
Newhaven 288 5
Padstow 517 7
Penryn 236 16
Penzance 2,904 11
Plymouth 3,922 3
Plymouth 3,948 3
Poole 47 16
Poole 9 9 10¾
Poole 1,122 13 10¼
Poole 4,436 5
Penzance 134 16
Portsmouth 3,303 8 9
Rochester 282 3 10¾
Rye 230 5 4
Rye 19 14 4
Sandwich 2,456 4
Scarborough 3 4 9
Swanzey 2,162 19 10¼
Southampton 11,248 17
Truro 263 7 1
Weymouth 680 10 11
Whitby 376 18 10¾
Whitby 68 10 2
Whitehaven 342 0 6
Yarmouth 10 0
116,918 12 10¾
Overpayments on the new Duty on Coffee, Tea &c.
London 4,428 14 11½
Liverpool 6 0 8
Liverpool 68 5
Bydiford 0 5 9
Penryn 33 12 6
Plymouth 60 15
Whitehaven 1 14 0
Whitehaven 3 14 6
4,597 9
Overpayments on account of the new Additional Duty on Coffee &c.:
London 8,502 19 6
Chester 0 6 5
Whitehaven 0 0 8
Yarmouth 49 19 11¾
8,553 6
Overpayments on account of the Tonnage Duty on French ships [as by 12 Car. II, c. 18]:
Lyme 8 15 6
Minehead 3 15
Poole 9 12 0
22 2
Overpayments on account of the new Subsidy which expired 1 Feb. 1699–1700 [as by 8–9 Wm. III, c. 24]:
Cowes 16 12
Lyme 63 10
Bydiford 65 5
Chester 15 7
Lyme 0 11
Lynn 12 10 11
Penzance 3 3 10¼
Whitehaven 10 9
187 11 4
Overpayments on account of the new Subsidy which expired 8 March 1701–2 [as by 9 Wm. III, c. 23]:
Colchester 0 0
Hull 28 8
Stockton 0 15 2
Barnstaple 199 5
Boston 0 13
Bristol 109 11
Bydiford 24 6 11¼
Chester 44 18
Deal 160 10
Deal 36 16
Dover 306 12
Exeter 134 7
Falmouth 10 7
Harwich 168 16 1
Lyme 25 15 11
Liverpool 604 1 5
Minehead 11 2
Penryn 48 5 8
Poole 25 4
Sandwich 12 6 11
Yarmouth 790 15
2,748 2 1
Overpayments on account of the growing new Subsidy [for the Civil List as by 1 Anne, c. 1]:
London 25 1
Barnstaple 9 0 10½
Carlisle 29 4 8
Deal 58 16 4
Lancaster 39 15
Maldon 2 4 1
Southampton 0 0 4
Plymouth 327 10 11¼
Bristol 5,302 19
Falmouth 21 0
Ipswich 0 0
Lyme 42 14 11¾
Plymouth 298 17
Poulton 208 18
6,366 3
Overpayments on account of the first Additional or One Third Subsidy which determined 8 March 1706–7 [as by 2–3 Anne, c. 18]:
Chester 11 10
Exeter 98 18 2
Hull 6 13
Ipswich 0 0
Liverpool 97 12
Looe 1 6 5
Minehead 3 5 10¼
Penryn 1 8
Rye 65 18 11½
Sandwich 0 1
Sunderland 12 10 11½
Yarmouth 3 3
Dartmouth 13 11
Lyme 16 18
Southampton 90 10 10¾
Whitehaven 96 8
839 19
Overpayments on account of the growing Additional One Third Subsidy [as by 4–5 Anne, c. 18]:
Barnstaple 34 8 10¼
Bydiford 98 5
Chichester 4 5
Deal 19 0 10¾
Feversham 0 0
Fowey 0 1
Maldon 0 0 1
Milford 81 15 11
Plymouth 0 0
Poole 22 5
Weymouth 121 11 9
Bristol 131 10
Bristol 3,521 2 10¾
Falmouth 18 6
Plymouth 116 1 11¾
Whitehaven 50 0 0
4,218 17
Overpayments on account of the second Additional or Two Thirds Subsidy [styled a Further Subsidy as by 3–4 Anne, c. 3]:
London (wine receipt) 17 19
Deal 10 3
Feversham 0 1
Lynn 16 8
Lynn 6 6 10¼
Southamption 0 0
Dartmouth 0 12
Dover 0 0 1
Lyme 19 12
Newcastle 0 0 10
Whitehaven 9 15 10½
Whitehaven 0 0
Yarmouth 19 13 0
100 13 4
Overpayments on account of the new Additional Imposition [as by 8 Anne, c. 12, clause 6, on pepper &c]:
Colchester 41 0 11¾
Maldon 1 9 1
Minehead 3 2
Poole 0 0
Rye 134 9 9
Scarborough 5 0
Bristol 187 10 0
Carlisle 0 0 1
Chester 250 1 7
Harwich 2,030 7 9
Ipswich 8 13
Looe 648 10
Newcastle 0 0
Penryn 203 11
Plymouth 8,841 12
Poole 3 19
Truro 186 7 3
Weymouth 197 10
Yarmouth 60 5
12,803 13
Overpayments on account of the second 25 per cent. and per ton on French goods:
Bydiford 23 5
Falmouth 0 10 0
Liverpool 7 17
Lyme 5 17
Plymouth 4 3 4
Yarmouth 11 12 11
53 5 11¼
Overpayments on account of the 25l. per ton on French Prize Wine:
Arundell 5 1
Cowes 4 16
Exeter 0 6 8
Plymouth 1 4
11 9 1
Overpayments on account of the Duties on Whale Fins:
Lancaster 3 14
Liverpool 2 19
Bristol 18 14
Poole 0 13
Yarmouth 21 1
47 2 3
Overpayments on account of the Coinage Duty:
London port (Wine Receipt) 8 7 11
Beaumaris 0 0
Bridgwater 0 0
Colchester 0 7
Dartmouth 0 10
Dover 1 4
Deal 0 0
Harwich 0 0
Looe 0 3
Lynn 3 13 6
Penryn 1 3
Portsmouth 2 16
Poulton 0 0
Sunderland 2 14 9
Truro 0 0 4
Plymouth 40 0 0
Bridgwater 0 2 11
Boston 37 4
Bristol 0 4 9
Bristol 1 14 4
Chester 0 19
Falmouth 19 19
Liverpool 7 15 1
Milford 0 3 1
Newcastle 0 8
Newcastle 13 0
Newcastle 0 13 11
Poole 3 8
Poole 5 13
Sandwich 0 14 8
Sandwich 1 0
Truro 3 7
Whitby 0 0 4
Whitehaven 0 4
158 1 11
total overpayments by Receivers and Collectors on account of Customs and other new Duties at Xmas 1709 157,626 11 9
Outports salary bill, detailed 37,820 6
Outports incidents bill, detailed 23,297 8 4
allowance for collecting the Coinage Duty 132 17
(total salaries and incidents repayments on debentures for re-exports and certificates for damaged and over entries, 134,764l. 18s. 9½d.)
Repayments upon drawback debentures for re-exports and debentures for corn exported.
on account of the Customs which determined 31 July 1710:
London port, Grand Receipt 1,436 5
Barnstaple 710 9
Bristol 3,419 2
Bydiford 472 0 10
Cowes 32 12
Dartmouth 16 16
Dover 0 7 7
Exeter 308 17 11
Falmouth 16 9 11
Hull 7 16
Lancaster 693 7 6
Liverpool 8,552 4
Liverpool 1,125 3 6
Lyme 85 0
Minehead 15 8
Newcastle 524 19
Penryn 195 0 2
Plymouth 1,111 19 9
Poole 0 4 6
Portsmouth 15 16
Southampton 3 5
Whitehaven 2,502 14
Yarmouth 0 5
21,246 9
allowances for corn exported:
Bristol 2 6 3
Hull 8 9
Plymouth 2 13 9
13 9
on debentures for drawbacks on the Customs which commenced 1 Aug 1710:
London port, Grand Receipt 75 6 7
Bristol 5,116 9
Bydiford 206 10 6
Cowes 194 19
Exeter 2 2
Liverpool 179 10
Plymouth 149 9 10½
Portsmouth 4 2
Hull 616 11 6
6,645 2
on Debentures for drawbacks on the Additional Impositions which determined 31 July 1710:
London port 323 6 1
Barnstaple 6 0 10½
Bristol 217 4
Bydiford 256 15 6
Cowes 4 4
Dartmouth 33 9
Dover 3 15 0
Exeter 47 0
Falmouth 2 18
Hull 3 3 9
Liverpool 196 2 11
Liverpool 13 2
Minehead 16 6 10½
Newcastle 6 13
Penryn 0 13
Plymouth 391 19
Poole 2 4
Portsmouth 100 6 11¼
Southampton 2 14
Whitehaven 18 10
Yarmouth 0 6 2
1,646 19 2
on Debentures for drawbacks on the Additional Impositions which commenced 1 Aug. 1710:
Bristol 56 15
Bydiford 16 8
Cowes 73 9
Liverpool 1 4
Plymouth 235 16 9
Portsmouth 40 9
424 4 0
on Debentures for drawbacks on the New Subsidy which expired 8 March 1701–2:
Newcastle 33 1
on Debentures for drawbacks on the New Subsidy which commenced 8 March 1701–2:
London port 2,124 0
Barnstaple 490 3
Bristol 6,687 14
Bydiford 509 0 10¾
Chester 17 2 11¼
Cowes 406 18 0
Dartmouth 17 4
Dover 0 15
Exeter 293 3
Falmouth 10 15 4
Hull 11 4
Lancaster 462 6
Liverpool 5,789 10
Liverpool 999 2 11¼
Lyme 58 4
Minehead 30 16
Newcastle 340 10
Penryn 145 11
Plymouth 1,216 17 11½
Poole 0 9
Portsmouth 34 16
Southampton 6 11
Whitehaven 1,698 4 10¾
Yarmouth 0 11
21,451 16
on Debentures for drawbacks on the One Third Subsidy which expired 8 March 1706–7
Bristol 0 3 7
Liverpool 79 17 9
80 1 4
on Debentures for drawbacks on the One Third Subsidy ("first Additional or One Third Subsidy") which commenced 8 March 1706–7:
London port 699 15
Barnstaple 162 17
Bristol 2,218 14
Bydiford 169 5
Chester 5 14
Cowes 135 12 6
Dartmouth 5 4
Exeter 97 13 10¾
Falmouth 3 11
Hull 3 14
Lancaster 154 1
Liverpool 1,879 11
Liverpool 333 0
Lyme 18 10
Minehead 9 5 11¾
Newcastle 113 10
Penryn 41 6 10¾
Plymouth 249 17
Portsmouth 2 1
Southampton 1 5 4
Whitehaven 566 1 6
Yarmouth 0 3 9
6,870 19
on Debentures for drawbacks on the second Additional or Two Thirds Subsidy:
London port 693 5 4
Barnstaple 3 9 3
Bristol 235 14
Bydiford 53 15
Cowes 80 14
Dartmouth 4 19 5
Exeter 53 2
Hull 4 10
Liverpool 40 17
Liverpool 21 12 0
Minehead 18 11 11¾
Newcastle 17 15
Penryn 1 17
Plymouth 42 8
Portsmouth 4 3
Southampton 2 10
Whitehaven 14 3 10
Yarmouth 0 7
1,293 18
on Debentures for drawbacks on the Duties on Coffee, Tea &c.:
London port 318 1 9
Bristol 396 8 4
Exeter 27 9 4
Liverpool 3 2 8
Plymouth 29 5 4
774 7 5
on Debentures for drawbacks on the new Additional Duty on Coffee, Tea &c.:
London port 282 18 7
Bristol 445 11
Exeter 41 4 0
Liverpool 4 14 8
Liverpool 3 14 2
Newcastle 0 5 0
Plymouth 48 10
826 17 11¾
on Debentures for drawbacks on the Duty on Whale Fins which expired 31 July 1710:
Liverpool 2 4
on Debentures for drawbacks on the Coinage Duty on Wine &c.:
Bristol 1 5 10
Plymouth 0 0 4
1 6 2
on Debentures on drawbacks [the Duty on] several kinds of grocery:
Bristol 22 0
on Debentures for drawback on the Duty on Candles:
Liverpool 1 0 10
total payments on Drawback Debentures 61,333 17 10¾
payments on Certificates for over-entries or damages or defects of goods on which the whole Duty had been paid:
on the Customs which determined 31 July 1710 (in 30 ports, detailed) 3,915 4
on ditto which commenced 1 Aug. 1710 (in 13 ports, detailed) 779 0 8
on the Additional Impositions which determined 31 July 1710 (in 15 ports, detailed) 230 3
on ditto which commenced 1 Aug. 1710 (in five ports, detailed) 215 1 10¼
on the new Subsidy which commenced 8 March 1701–2 (in 30 ports, detailed) 2,542 8
on the first Additional or One Third Subsidy which commenced 8 March 1706–7 (in 27 ports, detailed) 770 16 11¾
on the second Additional or Two Thirds Subsidy (in 23 ports, detailed) 421 18
on the New Duty on Coffee, Tea &c. (in three ports, detailed) 1,706 0 0
on the new Additional Duty on Coffee, Tea &c. (in five ports, detailed) 127 14
on the Duty of 25 per cent. on French prize wine (in three ports, detailed) 657 18 7
on the Coinage Duty (in nine ports, detailed) 4 12
on the Duty on grocery (in four ports, detailed) 245 12 4
11,716 11 10
money defalced and discompted by the Collectors to sundry merchants and others for portage (viz. on heads of the separate Customs, ut supra, and for ports, detailed) 463 16 8
total of payments and allowances £1,428,380 7
and so Remains 500,460l. 11s. 1¾d.
£ s. d.
whereof
Depending upon the several Collectors and Receivers, detailed, for money and bonds remaining in their hands at Xmas 1710:
on the Customs which determined 31 July 1710 (in 34 ports, detailed) 162,287 10
on ditto which commenced 1 Aug. 1710 (in 20 ports, detailed) 2,987 12
on arrears of the Additional Impositions on Poundage Goods (in ports, detailed, and 63 late Collectors, detailed) 33,011 16 9
on the Additional Impositions commencing 1 Aug. 1710 (in ports, detailed) 2,309 6 1
on the new Subsidy ended 1 Feb. 1699–1700 (in ports, detailed) 23,790 4 7
on the new Subsidy ended 8 March 1701–2 (in ports, detailed) 6,850 4 11¼
on the new Subsidy commencing 8 March 1701–2 (in ports, detailed) 146,781 9
on the One Third Subsidy ended 8 March 1706–7 (in ports, detailed) 10,112 17
on the first Additional One Third Subsidy commencing 8 March 1706–7 (in ports, detailed) 48,198 5
on the second Additional or Two Thirds Subsidy (in ports, detailed) 11,123 5 10
on the new Duty on Coffee, Tea &c. (in ports, detailed) 3,781 17 11
on the new Additional Duty on Coffee, Tea &c. (in ports, detailed) 1,968 1
on the Tonnage Duty on French ships (in ports, detailed) 120 5 0
on the second 25 per cent. and per ton on French goods (in ports, detailed) 15,653 12
on the 25l. per ton on French prize wines (in ports, detailed) 1,653 0
on the Duty on whale fins which ended 31 July 1710 (in ports, detailed) 3,660 19 1
on the Duty on whale fins which commenced 1 Aug. 1710 (in ports, detailed) 16 16 7
on the 15 per cent. on muslins (in Bristol port) 6 13 10¾
on the Coinage Duty (in ports, detailed) 904 18 6
on the Duty on Grocery (in ports, detailed) 157 12
on the Duty on Candles (in ports, detailed) 10 5 11½
total of arrears depending on Collectors and Receivers, detailed as above £504,060 11
and so this General Accompt of the Customs and several New Duties is even and quit.
Declared 28 Feb. 1715–16.