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Declared Accounts: Customs, Silks and Linens

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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, Silks and Linens

DECLARED ACCOUNTS.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1042.
"SILKS AND LINENS OR POUNDAGE GOODS": GENERAL ACCOMPT.
WILLIAM BURNET, Comptroller General of the Customs.
26 Dec. 1709 to 25 Dec. 1710.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
arrears remaining in the hands of the several Receivers and Collectors of the New Impositions on Silks and Linens at the end of the last General Accompt 65,277 19
receipts:
on account of the Impositions which determined 31 July 1710:
London port 79,687 17
outports.
Barnstaple 292 5
Beaumaris 3 5
Berwick 56 8 0
Bridgwater 145 1 10
Bristol 5,636 17
Bydiford 214 12
Chester 58 16 11¼
Colchester 48 3
Cowes 178 12
Dartmouth 0 11
Deal 10 0 10
Dover 0 4 11½
Exeter 693 3
Feversham 1 0
Gweek 16 5
Harwich 24 7
Hull 953 15
Lancaster 4 12
Liverpool 446 0 11½
Lyme 0 0
Lynn 86 10 8
Milford 2 5
Minehead 230 17
Newcastle 829 8 10¼
Penryn 67 0
Penzance 0 6 4
Plymouth 391 7
Poole 76 4
Portsmouth 204 17 11
Rochester 39 9 2
Rye 0 3
St. Ives 63 12
Scarborough 6 1
Shoreham 2 10
Stockton 82 18 4
Swanzey 7 10 5
Southampton 28 13
Sunderland 34 8
Truro 51 19
Weymouth 32 4
Whitby 20 10 4
Whitehaven 44 13
Yarmouth 100 19 7
90,913 5
(total for the outports, 11,225l. 7s. 9¾d.)
for the Impositions which commenced 1 August 1710:
London port 25,591 9 6
outports:
Beaumaris 6 0
Berwick 26 12
Bridlington 6 8 11
Bristol 3,554 8
Bydiford 19 0
Chester 17 18
Colchester 43 16
Cowes 0 0 11¼
Dartmouth 3 17
Dover 8 4 6
Exeter 785 6
Falmouth 33 3
Harwich 19 1
Hull 4,472 15
Ipswich 0 4
Lancaster 1 3 10¼
Liverpool 309 7 2
Liverpool 453 12
Lyme 3 4 11¾
Lynn 824 6
Milford 6 13 9
Minehead 107 9 2
Newcastle 2,114 19
Padstow 7 18 7
Penryn 92 9
Penzance 1 4
Plymouth 384 10
Portsmouth 302 0 6
Poulton 3 0 11¼
Rochester 99 15
Sandwich 0 14
Sandwich 48 18
Scarborough 54 5
Stockton 211 13
Swanzey 0 0
Southampton 55 18
Sunderland 36 6 7
Wells 65 5
Weymouth 27 9 2
Whitby 24 11
Whitehaven 21 3
Yarmouth 288 5
40,135 0
(total for the outports, 14,543l. 10s. 6¼d.)
interest paid by merchants on bonds not satisfied in due time 2 18 11½
overpayment by Collectors within the time of this accompt "over and above and exceeding the money they received for the said Impositions" and which are to be allowed and discompted to them in their succeeding accompts of this Duty:
on accompt of the Impositions which determined 31 July 1710:
Berwick port 2 5 6
Bridlington 0 2 4
Chichester 4 1 11½
Dover 402 8 10½
Liverpool 29 19
Liverpool 46 10 11½
Lynn 70 11
Poulton 0 1
Rochester 15 5 10¼
Sandwich 0 18 7
Southampton 0 0
Sunderland 2 19
Bridgwater 166 18 8
Carlisle 2 8 11½
Carlisle 22 1 10¼
Chester 1 12
Falmouth 74 1
Hull 59 18 0
Looe 62 11
Lynn 93 4 10¾
Newcastle 73 17 6
Whitehaven 252 14 10
Whitehaven 0 13 8
1,441 17 5
on account of the Impositions which commenced 1 August 1710:
Colchester 0 1
Cowes 129 15 9
Exeter 31 2
Minehead 14 7 10
Plymouth 9 15 11
Rochester 21 18
Truro 51 19
259 0
total of charge and receipts £198,030 5 11¾
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
money remitted by the Receivers and Collectors within the time of this accompt to the Receiver General of Customs and accounted for by him in his cash accompt of the said Duties 120,565 0 0
overpayments by the several Receivers and Collectors on their previous year's accompt [and now hereby discompted, defalced and allowed]:
Barnstaple 6 11
Carlisle 22 1
Chester 1 12
Dover 402 1 10¾
Lynn 93 4 10¾
Poulton 0 0
Southampton 0 0
Sunderland 52 9 3
Bridgwater 166 18 8
Carlisle 2 8 11½
Falmouth 74 1
Hull 59 18 0
Looe 62 11
Newcastle 73 17 6
Whitehaven 252 14 10
Whitehaven 0 14 8
1,271 8
on account of Impositions which determined 31 July 1710:
payments to merchants on Debentures for re-export:
London port 3,431 4 7
Barnstaple 9 10
Bristol 509 4
Cowes 14 3 11¾
Exeter 51 14
Hull 24 12
Liverpool 96 15
Minehead 4 1 1
Newcastle 52 4 10½
Penryn 3 7
Plymouth 49 15 4
Portsmouth 4 2
Whitehaven 7 10
Liverpool 37 18
4,296 5 5
on account of the Impositions which commenced 1 August 1710:
London port 11 6 5
Bristol 303 19
Bydiford 0 14
Cowes 129 16
Plymouth 0 15 5
446 6
money repaid by Collectors upon certificates of damages and over-entries of Silks and Linens:
on the Impositions which determined 31 July 1710:
Bristol port 69 10 5
Bydiford 0 17
Exeter 22 7 1
Hull 1 10 0
Liverpool 5 0
Liverpool 8 12 11¼
Newcastle 13 14 11
Plymouth 26 8
Poole 2 11
Portsmouth 0 17 11¾
Rochester 0 4
St. Ives 0 6
Weymouth 0 7 10¼
Whitehaven 0 3
152 13
on the Impositions which commenced 1 August 1710:
Bristol 29 15
Exeter 3 11 10
Plymouth 4 0
salaries and incidents 37 8 5
928 3 3
total of payments and allowances £127,697 5 11¾
and so Remains 70,333l.
£ s. d.
against which
Depending on Receivers and Collectors of the said Duties for money or bonds in their hands, ports detailed: for the Impositions which determined 31 July 1710 (including 11,249l. 9s. 10½d. for London port and 7l. 3s. 10d. for bonds in the King's Remembrancer's Office) 63,275 14
ditto for the Impositions which commenced 1 August 1710 7,057 5 10½
£70,333 0 0
and so this General accompt is even and quit.
Declared 28 Feb. 1715–16.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1204.
SILKS AND LINENS: CASH ACCOUNT.
HENRY FERNE, Receiver General of Customs.
25 Dec. 1709 to 25 Dec. 1710.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Remains: nil, he being in surplusage in his last accompt of these Duties.
moneys received within the time of this accompt from the Receivers and Collectors: on account of the Duties which determined 31 July 1710:
London port 75,189 4 3
Barnstaple 294 8
Beaumaris 0 4 1
Berwick 23 10 0
Boston 0 18 9
Bridgwater 183 15 11
Bridlington 15 18
Bridlington 0 2
Bristol 6,037 0
Bideford 269 1
Chester 70 7 7
Chichester 38 2 8
Colchester 33 17
Cowes 41 0
Dartmouth 3 11
Deal 4 19
Dover 0 10
Exeter 976 8
Feversham 1 0
Fowey 4 8 11½
Harwich 13 15
Hull 1,183 12
Ipswich 8 11
Lancaster 5 9 9
Liverpool 690 0 0
Lynn 500 19 4
Minehead 376 7 7
Newcastle 1,061 8
Penryn 3 15
Plymouth 462 12
Poole 33 0 11½
Portsmouth 139 2
Poulton 0 0
Rye 8 10 10½
St. Ives 60 4
Sandwich 1 7
Scarborough 1 6 11
Southampton 28 13 7
Stockton 170 16
Sunderland 41 5 3
Wells 1 1
Weymouth 165 16 4
Whitby 16 16 5
Whitehaven 84 7 6
Liverpool 111 14
Yarmouth 17 10
Exeter 25 4
Newcastle 61 4 1
88,463 8 6
for the new Imposition which commenced 1 Aug. 1710:
London port 24,511 12
Berwick 2 0
Bristol 2,661 8 4
Colchester 37 1
Dartmouth 3 17
Dover 7 5 8
Exeter 132 0
Hull 3,016 10 0
Liverpool 250 0 0
Lynn 420 1
Minehead 42 11 0
Penryn 50 0 0
Plymouth 203 8 10
Portsmouth 214 7 11¾
Southampton 2 8
Stockton 107 8
Sunderland 21 1 6
Exeter 418 6
32,101 11 6
total of charge and receipts £120,565 0 0
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Surplusage on the foot of his last accompt. 0 0
money repaid by this accomptant for debentures for goods re-exported on the Duties which expired 31 July 1710 25,941 5 9
money by him repaid on certificates of damaged goods and over-entries 525 16 1
26,467 1 10
debentures for re-exports on the Duties which commenced 1 August 1710 6,135 12 11½
certificates for damaged goods and overentries 179 17
6,315 10 9
salaries of clerks employed on this Duty 50 0 0
auditor's fee 65 0 0
the four Examiners of Outports' Books 10 0 0
125 0 0
money paid into the Receipt of the Exchequer by tallies, detailed:
for the Duty which expired at 31 July 1710 61,886 6 11½
for the Duty which commenced 1 August 1710 25,771 0 11
87,657 7 10½
£120,565 0 10¼
and so this accomptant is in surplusage 0l. 0s. 10¼d
Declared 23 March 1712–13.