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Declared Accounts: Excise

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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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Excise

DECLARED ACCOUNTS.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 1078. ROLL 726.
THE GENERAL ACCOUNT OF EXCISE.
By the Commissioners and Governors of Excise.
For one year ended 24 June, 1710
Charge. £ s. d.
To Remains
in the hands of these accomptants, their agents or Collectors 89,153 12
due from brewers, victuallers, retailers and others in the several Country Collections 32,464 14
due from brewers, victuallers, distillers and others in London 12,954 15 0
due from sundry Collectors in the Country 25,579 1 10½
due from several present Collectors in the Country 2,831 11
due from Edward Hyrne, late Collector in London port 101 9
due from John Franks and John Courtney on their bond for imported brandy 170 2 0
due from several Collectors of imported hquors in the outports 1,113 2
due on bonds for unported liquor in Plymouth port 37 13 4
due from Collectors of the Duties on Coffee, Cyder and Mead in London [port] 1,352 2 5
due from the Treasurer of the Navy for several bills drawn on him 99 6 1
resting to be accompted for by noblemen and others, being Excise money by them taken up in the time of the late Revolution [of 1688] 18,723 12
money imprested into the hands of the Commissioners of Excise or their Cashier 500 0 0
total arrears 184,981 3 11
To Receipts £ s. d.
the produce of the whole revenues of Excise as they are expressed in the several Collections in the Country and particularly named in the Leidger Book of this accompt 657,618 10
ditto within the cities of London and Westminster and Bills of Mortality as particularly named in the Leidger Book thereof 313,070 6 11¾
ditto for the imported liquors in London and the outports [not detailed] 17,726 9 0
the Queen's part of fines in London in the year ended 24 June 1709 7 13
988,422 19
received by Henry Meriton, late Cashier of Excise, for the rent of the old Excise Office in Broad Street 140 15 0
received from Anthony Fowler, a Supervisor, for salary overpaid in the Hertford Collection 11 2
sundry overbalances paid into the Excise Office, London, by sundry Collectors and others for which they are to have credit in the next year's accompt: as due for the gross produce on Sweets, being mixed with Excisable liquors:
Country Collectors:
Morris Price, Collector of Bristol 11 0
William Feast, Collector of Cambridge 7 13
Thomas Bretton. Collector of Hants 26 5 11¼
William Rutherford. Collector of Marlbro' 7 13 10
William Walbank. Collector of Norfolk 10 7
Michael Bird, Collector of Salop 2 11
Charles Faile, Collector of Sheffield 26 1
John Ferryman, Collector of Wales Middle 0 19 11½
George Spong, [Collector of the] Isle of Wight 0 0
Phillip Bamford, Collector of Worcester 2 13
Andr. Hacket, Collector of Lincoln 98 6
Edm. Hallywell. Collector of Richmond 0 18 0
Thomas Strong. Collector of Northampton 2 16
Charles Firth. Collector of Sheffield 8 1
205 9
Collectors in the Outports:
Roland Davis, Collector of Cardiff port 0 0 9
Walter Aldy, Collector of Chepstow port 0 13 8
John Dyer, Collector of Looe port 0 8 4
Samuell Bincks, Collector of Portsmouth port 0 0
George Spong, Collector of Cowes port 4 12
5 15 10
the gross produce of the Duty on Sweets, [is] charged here [only by a token figure] as being intermixed in Excise vouchers with excisable liquors as by the Act of Parliament [which] commenced 25 March 1707 70 5
total charge and receipts £1,173,845 13 7
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
overbalances due to several Collectors and others, detailed, from the preceding accompt 253 10 7
salaries, riding charges and incidents:
Collectors salaries in the country 69,425 16
Collectors' riding charges 4,905 6 0
Collectors' incidents 1,390 15
taxes on officers 6,094 5
charges in returning moneys to London 363 14
charges of Foot Onslow, one of the Commissioners, for taking a view of the officers 78 8
Philip Ryley, a same, for the like 50 0 0
Sir Marmaduke Wyvill, a same, for the like 161 2 10
Christopher Montagu, a same, for the like 67 0 0
82,536 8
allowances for exports as merchandise by Justices' warrants and Lord Treasurer's warrants and to the fishermen of Great Yarmouth 1,057 18 1
exports and overcharges allowed by the Excise Commissioners 599 6 0
allowances in London port for incidents and rum overentered 208 7
allowed poundage and salaries to Collectors and others of the Excise on imported liquors in the outports and incidents &c. 627 5 7
ready money received and had for the Excise within the time of this accompt (not detailed) 901,383 13
total of payments and allowances £986,666 9 11
and so Remains 187,179l. 4s. 8d.
whereof
nett money of the revenues of Excise collected and received by the Collectors in one year to 24 June 1710 to be accounted for by the Excise Commissioners, these accomptants, in their next subsequent year's cash accompt 90,773 10 11¾
money remaining in arrear on brewers, victuallers, retailers and others at the 24 June, 1710 (being the time of the closing of this accompt) in London 32,524 8
brewers, victuallers, retailers &c. in the country upon the accompt—
for beer and ale 4,441 3
for strong waters 1,148 10 10¼
for low wines 2,492 8 11½
for coffee 2,832 5 10
for cyder 1,304 17
for mead 476 18 11
for sweets 285 3
12,981 9
remaining in arrear and unpaid by sundry Collectors for balances of their accompts and bills of exchange unpaid at the time of the determination of this present General Accompt: viz.:
George Murray, late Collector of Bedford [Collection] 13 3 0
Richard Tooth, late Collector of Bristol, for a bill on the Earl of Danby 25 0 0
William Lyggon, for four bills of exchange unpaid 537 0 0
Henry Benson, late Collector of Durham 2,376 8
Sir Edward Bathurst, late Collector of Gloucester 36 16 7
Ralph Dean, late Collector of Gloucester 24 13
Ambrose Thelwall, late Collector of Hertford 453 7
Francis Hill, late Collector of [Co.] Lancaster 288 16
Thomas Benson, late Collector of ditto 1,607 6 10
John Stevenson, late Collector of Northumberland 100 0 0
Thomas Cowden, late Collector of Norfolk 31 17 10½
William Hornby, late Collector of Hertford, Lincoln, North Middlesex and Surrey 1,249 2 11¾
John Kiffen, late Collector of York, South West 801 3
Rivers Dickenson, being received by him of Andrew Clayton, late Collector of Middlesex and Surrey 750 12 0
Simon Donjoy, late Collector of Surrey 1,377 5
George Newton, late Collector of Wales East 0 4 0
John Trotman, late an officer in Wales Middle 9 12
Thomas Jervis, late an officer in the said Collection 8 7
William Benson, late Collector of Westmorland 3,439 18 3
Ephrahim Sandford, late Collector of Westmorland 93 17 0
Richard Andrewson, late Collector of Wales North 5 1 10¼
Ferdinando Huddleston, late Collector of York North 3,258 17 11
John Jennings, late Collector of Worcester 32 16 0
Thomas Bird, late Collector of Oxford and Berks 0 0
Richard Braynton, being by him received of Thomas Clark, late Collector of Hereford 20 0 0
the Commissioners of Transportation 540 0 0
John Crundall, for the remainder of his note for 159l. 10s. 7d. 59 10 7
Peter Parr and Arthur Jefferies, part of a bill of 150l. on account of John Lyford, late Collector of Hants 80 0 0
Joseph Field, remainder of two bills of 150l. taken from John Rampley, late Collector of Suffolk 130 0 0
Sarah Dodd, remainder of two bills of exchange 75 0 2
John Gwin, upon a bond entered into by him in Hereford and Worcester Collections 160 0 0
John Grocer, for a bill drawn by him in Suffolk Collection 200 0 0
Jacob Sheldrake for a bill relating to Maeclesfield Collection 140 9 0
more on ditto relating to Worcester Collection 51 14 9
Henry Willet, late Collector of Suffolk 67 0 0
Thomas Woodward, for the bills drawn by him in Derby Collection 400 0 0
Jos. Reynoldson, for divers bills of exchange not accounted for 6,130 19
Thomas Combe, late Collector of Canbury 4 4
John Hill, late Collector of [Co.] Lancaster 545 14
Francis Johnson, late Collector of Taunton 0 17
Ralph Leicester, late Collector of Westmorland 104 8 7
Edmund Carter, being money removed from [the account of] William Hornby, late Collector of Hertford, and set upon the said Carter 230 0 0
Benj. Child, for part of a bill for 100l. drawn by him on John Spooner, directed to be set in super on the said Child by warrant of the Lord Treasurer 5 June 1710 88 4 0
John Powell, late Collector of Exeter 0 3 11
25,549 11
remaining in arrear and unpaid by several Collectors for moneys in their hands for the balances of their accompts for Excise of this present year ended Midsummer 1710, as particularly named in the Ledger Books of this General Accompt for the Duty ending 24 June 1710 4,719 5 11½
the like unpaid balances from several Collectors of the outports on their accompts of Excise of imported liquors of this year ending 24 June 1710, as similarly particularly named, and for arrears of Brandy for 1686 and 1687 991 11
arrears and unpaid balances from sundry accomptants in London: viz.:
London Distillery 389 19 8
London, Coffee 329 18
London, Cyder 142 9
London, Mead 447 8
London, Sweets 6 12 0
1,316 8 8
remaining due upon sundry bills of exchange drawn upon the Treasurer of the Navy, remaining unpaid on the accompt of Collectors, detailed 419 6 1
(total of Collectors' arrears, 31,676l. 3s. 10½d.)
remaining upon several noblemen and others for Excise money by them taken up in the time of the late Revolution for which it does not yet appear that they have accompted.
[In the accompt of] William Harbord [as Paymaster of the Expedition to Ireland]:
Robert Bathurst, [Excise Collector of Berks 83 4 3
Ste. Coven, Collector of Devon 1,038 17
Henry Marten, Collector of Berks 8 3 9
Peter Egerton, late Collector of Cheshire 1,000 0 0
Anthony Fothergill, late Collector of York North 1,000 0 0
Ferdinando Hudleston, late Collector of Northumberland and Cumberland 580 0 0
Francis Frewen, Collector of Northumberland 450 0 0
4,160 5
[In the accounts of the] Earl of Ranelagh [as former Paymaster of the Forces].
Thomas Osborne, late Collector of Bristol 1,302 0 0
Humphrey Grainger, late Collector of Dorset 400 0 0
Richard Tooth, late Collector of Gloucester 454 0 0
John Cowley, late Collector of [Co.] Lancaster 250 0 0
Francis Cleaver, late Collector of [Co.] Durham 820 0 0
George Newton, late Collector of Wales Middle 650 0 0
Augustine Heirdson, late Collector of Poulton port 150 0 0
3,916 0 0
John Trenchard [for Excise money by him had] of Thomas Osborne. late Collector of Bristol 44 0 0
Thomas Beaumont, Esq. [for Excise money had] of Bennet Martin. late Collector of [Co.] Warwick 6 0 0
Anthony Row, Esq. [for Excise money had] of Stephen Coven, late Collector of Devon 1,427 11
ditto [for ditto had] of Richard Butler, late collector of Plymouth port 20 19 6
Sir John Guise [for ditto had] of Richard Tooth, late Collector of [Co. Gloucester] 1,006 0 0
Henry, Lord Herbert, [for ditto had] of Essex Sherborne, late Collector of Hereford 410 0 0
ditto [for ditto had of] William Benson, late Collector of Wales Middle 157 12 0
Sir John Morgan [for ditto had] of Essex Sherborne, late Collector of Hereford 906 3
Robert, Lord Willoughby, [for ditto had] of Thomas Reading, late Collector of Lincoln 152 0 0
Norris Bertie, Esq. [for ditto had] of Thomas Reading, late Collector of Lincoln 537 8 0
Henry, Lord Herbert, and Sir John Morgan, [for ditto had] of Patrick Gilmore, late Collector of Salop 290 13 11
the Right Honble. the Lord Langdale, [for ditto had] of Thomas Fox, late Collector of York, East Riding 500 0 0
Sir Henry Godrick [for ditto had] of Thomas Fox, late Collector of York, East 1,020 0 0
ditto [for ditto had] of John Pilley, late Collector of York, North 540 0 0
ditto [for ditto had] of John Fletcher, late Collector of York, North 1,254 0 0
ditto [for ditto had] of John Kiffen, late Collector of York, South 796 0 0
(total for Sir Hy. Godrick, 3,610l.)
Sir Jos. Tredenham, [for ditto had] of Tho. Swanlon, late Collector of Falmouth port 80 1 11¾
ditto [for ditto had] of Daniel Gwinn, late Collector of Falmouth port 69 18
ditto [for ditto had] of John Kent, late Collector of Penryn port 32 18
Sir Peter Killegrew, [for ditto had] of John Kent. late Collector of Penryn port 35 0 0
Capt. John Shales, [for ditto had] of Thomas Osborne, late Collector of Bristol 500 0 0
ditto [for ditto had] of Humphrey Grainger, late Collector of Dorset 500 0 0
ditto [for ditto had] of Leigh Cooke, late Collector of Hants 461 0 0
£18,723 12
money imprested into the hands of the Commissioners of Excise or their Cashier for incidents as by the warrant of 17 April 1701 £500 0 0
Sum total of Supers which do balance this accompt, 187,179l. 4s. 8d.
Declared 28 August 1716.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1354.
EXCISE: CASH ACCOUNT.
24 June 1709 to 24 June 1710.
Exhibited by the Excise Commissioners.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears:
Remains in the hands of these accomptants on the foot of their last preceding accompt ended 24 June 1709 14,483 14 10¾
depending upon late Sub-Commissioners and Farmers of Excise and other persons before 25 Dec. 1660 32,605 6
depending upon divers late Sub-Commissioners of Excise 1661 and 1662 and upon late Farmers of Excise for their rents at Michaelmas 1665 and Midsummer 1668 and Midsummer 1674 and on several late Commissioners of Excise and a late Cashier of Excise 22,224 12 4
69,313 13
Receipts:
from the Hereditary and Temporary Excise:
on the Duty ended 8 March 1701–2 30 0 0
on the Duty commencing 8 March 1701–2:
in 1709 Michaelmas quarter 124,141 12
in 1709 Xmas quarter 99,280 18
in 1701 Lady day quarter 116,338 12 1
in 1710 Midsummer quarter 110,263 18
440,075 0 7
on the Additional 9d. Excise for 99 years from 25 Jan. 1692–3:
in 1709 Michaelmas quarter 40,189 9
in 1709 Xmas quarter 31,550 14
in 1710 Lady day quarter 33,522 14 1
in 1710 Midsummer quarter 34,971 10
140,234 8 1
on the Additional or Lottery 9d. commencing 17 May 1697 for 16 years:
in 1709 Michaelmas quarter 41,887 0
in 1709 Xmas quarter 33,653 6
in 1710 Lady day quarter 34,647 1
in 1710 Midsummer quarter 36,042 9 1
146,229 16 9
on the Additional or Bank 9d. Excise commencing the 17th May 1697:
in 1709 Michaelmas quarter 40,189 9
in 1709 Xmas quarter 31,540 13 10¼
in 1710 Lady day quarter 33,522 14
in 1710 Midsummer quarter 34,971 10
140,234 7
on Low Wines to 24 March 1710–11 nil
on the Additional 3d. on ale and beer commencing 26 March 1710 4,435 7 3
on Low Wines commencing from 24 March 1705–6:
in 1709 Michaelmas quarter 5,710 8
in 1709 Xmas quarter 5,842 1 10
in 1710 Lady day quarter 6,761 3 1
in 1710 Midsummer quarter 8,570 14 5
26,884 7
London fines and penalties adjudged against brewers 7 13
(total receipts, 898,101l. 0s. 10¼d.)
voluntary charge of these accomptants, rent of the old Excise Office in Broad Street at 185l. per an., less 14l. for two stables which the Excise Commissioners there hold for their use 140 15 0
total charge and receipts £967,555 9
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
salaries to the Commissioners, officers and clerks of Excise 24,347 5
payments to tradesmen, artificers and others for work, materials and goods 2,936 6 6
paid to Spencer Compton. Treasurer and Receiver General to the late Prince George of Denmark, in full of a quarter's pension due at Michaelmas 1708 2,000 0 0
paid to Charles, Duke of Southampton, for one year to Lady day on his pension 3,000 0 0
ditto to George, Duke of Northumberland 3,000 0 0
ditto to Charles, Duke of Grafton 2,000 0 0
ditto to the Duchess Dowager of Grafton 1,000 0 0
taxes on Excise officers' salaries 1,484 15 0
payments for malt, spirits and ale and cyder exported beyond seas as merchandise and for overcharges on vinegar 409 10
ready money paid into the Exchequer as by tallies, detailed:
on the Hereditary Excise for the Queen's Civil List and for the 3,700l. per week of Excise 416,575 12
on the Additional or Fund 9d. for 99 years from 25 Jan. 1692–3 136,223 11
on the Additional or Lottery 9d. commencing 17 May 1697 142,050 17 5
on the Bank 9d. commencing 22 May 1697 136,223 11 1
on [Low] Wines or Spirits of the first extraction and Sweets after 24 March 1705–6 26,131 19 4
on the Additional Excise and the 3d. Excise begun 25 March 1710 3,992 11 11
861,205 16
£901,383 13
and so Remains 66,171l. 16s. 2d.
whereof depending upon:
sundry late Sub-Commissioners of Excise at or before Xmas 1660 14,095 18 1
sundry late Farmers of Excise in several counties payable by them at or before 25 March 1658 17,196 16 0
sundry Collectors of fines and forfeitures due before 25 Dec. 1660 and upon two late Tellers in the Excise Office 1,312 12
divers late Sub-Commissioners of Excise for money received by them in 1661 and 1662 4,053 6 5
divers late Farmers of Excise in part of their rents at Michaelmas 1665, Midsummer 1668 and Midsummer 1674 16,884 1 11½
divers late Commissioners of Excise and a late Cashier of Excise for money paid without a sufficient warrant 1,287 3 11½
upon the present Commissioners of Excise for money imprested to their Cashier 500 0 0
on ditto for salary of a Country collector for which no voucher is produced 20 0 0
ditto for moneys of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise to 8 March 1701–2 12 10 0
ditto for ditto since 8 March 1701–2 5,140 10
ditto for the Additional 9d. for 99 years 1,645 7 6
ditto for the Lottery 9d. began 17 May 1697 1,655 11
ditto for the Bank 9d. 1,645 7 4
ditto for the Low Wines &c. to 24 March 1705–6 0 0
ditto for ditto since 24 March 1705–6 442 15 4
ditto for the Additional 3d. commencing 26 March 1710 279 4 10¼
ditto for the Additional and Double 9d. 0 0
ditto for the 2s. per gallon on brandy 0 0
total of supers £66,171 17 2
leaving remains resting on these accomptants 11,341l. 17s. 4½d.)
Declared 24 March 1712–13.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 1078, ROLL 727.
MALT DUTY: GENERAL ACCOMPT.
24 June 1709 to 24 June 1710.
Exhibited by the Commissioners and Governors of Excise.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
arrears: nil.
receipts:
gross produce in the Country Inland Collections for the period of this accompt:
for Malt at 6d. per bushel 506,305 5
for Cider at 4s. per hogshead 7,573 7 10
compounders in the said time 4,680 6 3
her Majesty's part of fines in the said time 371 15
interest received on bills of exchange returned, short computed on Exchequer Notes, and charge of protest 12 6
surcharges from Examiners' Office 5 11 11¾
surcharges from Collectors' Ledgers 3 2 0
for Cyder at 4s. per hogshead: gross produce in the outports 48 7
gross produce in London port 25 11
for Mumm at 10s. per barrel: gross produce in the outports 80 10
gross produce in London port 240 14
gross produce in London for Malt at 6d. per bushel 968 19
ditto for Mum at 10s. per barrel 5 12 6
ditto for Cyder at 4s. per hogshead 569 13 4
520,891 2 6
overbalances paid into the Excise Office in London by sundry Collectors upon their accounts; for which they are to have credit in the succeeding year:
Charles Wynde, Collector of Chester 2 17
John Teague, Collector of Cornwall 1 19 8
John Cowley, Collector of Derby 16 0
William Milton, Collector of Essex 1 13 10
Edward Heming, Collector of Hereford 0 0
Benj. Everrard, Collector of the Isle of Wight 8 4
George Spong, Collector of ditto 0 10
Edward Burghall, Collector of Lancaster 0 0
William Hunt, Collector of ditto 2 2
John Fletcher, [ditto of] Leeds 204 18 11
Edward Rawstorn, Collector of ditto 0 18 0
Ezekiel Polsted, Collector of Lichfield 230 10 7
Darcy Wyvill, Collector of Northumberland 0 19 7
John Wildman, Collector of Oxon 278 19
Fletcher Powell, Collector of ditto 6 12
Clement Warren, Collector of ditto 0 0
Michaell Bird, Collector of Salop 0 11
Charles Frith, Collector of Sheffield 1 16 10¾
John Ashcroft, Collector of Suffolk 27 6
John Astry, Collector of Surrey 9 10 11¼
Benj. Everrard, Collector of Sussex 0 0
George Strong, Collector of Westmorland 4 1 8
Philip Bamford, Collector of Worcester 0 15
John Brennand, Collector of York 271 7 9
Richard George, Collector of Reading 2 17
1,074 17
money paid into the Excise Office proper to the Excise, but by mistake applied to this year's Malt accompt, "which being transferred in the next following year from Malt to the Excise in the Collectors' accompts, but not in the declaration part of the Cash Accompts, there is by that means so much more in the Cash Accompt of this Duty than in the cash of the Malt Collectors' accompts of this year: the whole sum is to be deducted in the succeeding year's accompt 112 19
total charge and receipts £522,078 18 10½
Discharge. £ s. d.
salaries, riding charges, incidents, taxes on officers salaries &c. for this Duty on Malt 46,081 14
money separately accounted for in these accomptants' Cash account for this Duty 280,313 2
total payments and allowances £328,111 9
and so Remains 193,967l. 9s. 2d.
£ s. d.
of which
in arrear and unpaid by maltsters and others in the country 43,681 4
remaining due from sundry Collectors in the country 863 14
resting to be accounted for by the Excise Commissioners for cash in the hands of the Cashier for Excise 7,128 2 11½
resting to be accompted for on account of sundry Collectors in the country, received after 24 June 1710 141,791 15
money to be accompted for on the accompts of several Collectors in the outports received after 24 June 1710 148 16 6
money resting to be accompted for on accompt of sundry maltsters and cyder makers in London, received after 24 June 1710 353 14 8
£193,967 9 2
Declared 28 Aug. 1716.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1372.
MALT: CASH ACCOUNT.
24 June 1709 to 24 June 1710.
Exhibited by the Excise Commissioners.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
arrears:
Remains in the hands of these accomptants:
on Malt ending 23 June 1709 7,573 4
on Malt ending 23 June 1708 413 16 2
on Malt ending 23 June 1707 12 9
on Malt ending 23 June 1706 4 0 9
on Malt ending 23 June 1705 5 2
on Malt ending 23 June 1704 87 10
on Malt ending 23 June 1703 2 14
on Sweets commencing 25 March 1707 5 2
on the old Duty on Malt and Leather ended 20 July 1699 0 0
on Leather ended 20 April 1700 0 0
8,104 0
remaining upon. Thomas Tresham, late an Excise officer, on Malt re-export debentures paid only in part 682 9 0
to receipts within the time of this accompt:
on Malt commencing 24 June 1709 287,441 5
on Malt ending 24 June 1709 172,142 14
on Malt ending 24 June 1708 1,138 6
on Malt ending 24 June 1707 233 14
on Malt ending 24 June 1706 16 0 0
on Malt ending 24 June 1705 24 16
on Malt ending 24 June 1704 48 6
on Malt ending 24 June 1703 31 11
on Sweets commencing 25 March 1701 563 2
the old Duty on Malt ended 20 July 1699 nil
the old Duty on Leather ended 20 April 1700 10 0 0
461,649 17 1
total charge and receipts £470,436 6
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
salaries of officers attending the said Duties 1,435 12
payments to tradesmen, artificers and others for goods furnished 1,781 16
payments by two special warrants, detailed, of the Lord Treasurer 411 12
payments for over balances due to Collectors for Sweets overcharged and for Malt re-exported 5,269 18
8,898 19 3
ready money paid into the Receipt of the Exchequer as by tallies, detailed:
on the Malt Duty commencing 24 June 1709 277,763 14 5
for Malt which ended 23 June 1709 174,189 0
for Malt 5 Anne 573 18
for Malt 4 Anne 202 9 8
for Malt 3 Anne 19 14 1
for Malt 2 Anne 28 12 0
for Malt 1 Anne 48 2 3
for Malt 13 Wm. III 33 7
for Sweets commencing 25 March 1707 555 18
453,423 17 4
£462,322 16 7
then Remains 8,113l. 10s. 0¾d.
whereof depending:
£ s. d.
on Thomas Tresham as above 682 9 0
on these accomptants for money in the hands of them or their Cashier:
of the Duty commencing June 24 1709 7,128 2 11½
of the Duty commencing June 24 1708 103 18 4
of the Duty commencing June 24 1707 39 11
of the Duty commencing June 24 1705 0 0
of the Duty commencing June 24 1704 0 0
of the Duty commencing June 24 1703 0 0
of Sweets commencing 25 March 1707 9 8
of Malt ended 20 July 1699 0 0
of Leather ended 20 April 1700 0 0
£8,113 10
Declared 23 March 1712–13.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 2091, ROLL 115.
SALT DUTY: GENERAL ACCOMPT.
25 March 1709 to 25 March 1710.
Exhibited by the Commissioners for the Duties on Salt and Rock Salt.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
arrears:
in the hands of sundry salt proprietors at the end of the last preceding accompt 36,219 3 10¾
in the hands of sundry Collectors in money and bonds 43,678 15 5
in the hands of these Commissioners in money 16,503 19
96,401 18 9
receipts:
money payable on Salt Duties:
Thomas Aram, Collector at Bideford 2,286 17 11
Thomas Driver, Collector at Bishop Lydiard, Co. Somerset 90 2 6
John Vero, succeeding said Driver 359 0 0
Christopher Cole, Collector at Bristol 3,357 15 0
John Furnivall, Collector at Caerlyon, Co. Monmouth 1,869 3 10¾
John Vero, Collector at Chepstow 10 6 8
Edward Heming, succeeding Vero 25 19 7
John Cowley, Collector at Chesterfield 4 0 0
Daniell Norcott, succeeding said Cowley 8 13 4
John Jon, Collector at Cockerham, Co. Lancs. 122 16
John Kent, Collector at Droitwich in Worcestershire 56,827 11 8
Thomas Stephen, Collector at Flimby in Cumberland 634 11 8
Thomas Johnson, another Collector there 1,185 1 8
Richard Bell, Collector in Flint 1,298 6 8
William Jeffryes, Collector of the Isle of Grain in Kent 5 10 10
Edward Andrewes, Collector of Hayle in Cornwall 383 11
Francis Sedgwicke, Collector of Lemington in Hampshire 14,998 17 6
John Troughton, Collector of Middlewich in Cheshire 23,071 12 11
Jonathan Browne, Collector of Namptwich in Cheshire 16,051 16 8
John Wheelwright, Collector of North Shields in Northumberland 42,566 10 0
John Carvile, Collector of Northwich in Cheshire 52,381 0 0
Thomas Stephenson, another Collector there 49,440 19 7
Morrice Price, Collector of Pensford, Co. Somerset 458 0 5
Arthur Keay, Collector of Plymouth 584 0 0
Christopher Conyers, Collector of Portissick, Co. Cornwall 783 6 8
Robert Elliott, Collector at Portsea Isle in Hants 4,690 16
Harthory Brudenell, Collector at Sherborne in Dorset 247 11 8
Charles Jennings, another Collector there 780 5 0
John Carvile, Collector at Shirleywich in Staffordshire 9,119 3 4
John Jones, Collector at Shoreham in Sussex 127 13 4
Daniell Stow, another Collector there 12 4 7
Edward Heming, Collector at Sodbury, Co. Gloucester 31 7
John Wood, another Collector there 104 1 10
John Bell, Collector at South Shields in Durham 86,709 6 8
Peter Burridge, Collector at Topsham in Devon 1,374 15 10
Michaell Poulteney, Collector at Yarmouth in Norfolk 6,242 12 11
Charles Jones, Collector at Bideford 1,139 6 8
James Bruce, Collector at Colchester 34 3 4
Thomas Cole, Collector at Cowes in Hampshire 579 0 0
James Jenkinson, Collector at Dartmouth 2,214 0 0
John Ball, Collector at Dover 1,040 13 4
Richard Score, Collector at Exeter 0 13 4
James Pilson, Collector at Fowey 2,040 13 4
Bernard Penrose, Collector at Gweek in Cornwall 1,104 0 0
Joseph Slater, Collector in London port 1,445 18 4
John Dyer, Collector at Looe 790 13 4
Henry Hare, Collector at Lynn in Norfolk 1,455 11
Ambrose Thompson, Collector at Penryn 2,010 0 0
Richard Score, junr., Collector at Penzance 341 0 0
Richard Usticke, Collector at Plymouth 2,229 13 4
David Morris, another Collector there 599 16 8
Ambrose Stephenson, Collector at Poole 816 13 4
Samuell Bincks, Collector at Portsmouth 2,473 6 8
Jeffrey Hafford, Collector at Sandwich 67 18 4
George Trotter, Collector at Whitby 0 13 4
Thomas Moore, Collector at Yarmouth 112 6 8
399,493 8
money payable for fines, seizures and surcharged [collected] by Collectors, detailed 402 12 1
money gained by interest on bonds and bills of exchange 49 3
money overpaid by several Collectors detailed, within the time of this accompt 415 2
total of charge and receipts £496,310 9
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
money accompted for in the Cash accompt for this year 210,120 18 2
money overpaid by Collectors, detailed, in the last preceding General Accompt ended at Lady day 1709 and here allowed, defalked and discompted 425 3 3
salaries and poundage allowed to Collectors, Surveyors and other officers, detailed at length 9,571 11 9
poundage at the rate of 12d. per £ allowed at the ports on foreign salt imported:
Bristol 20 0 0
Bideford 67 11
Cardigan 3 5
Cowes 28 19 0
Dartmouth 80 0 0
Dover 32 0 8
Exeter 0 0 4
Falmouth 85 19 4
Falmouth 40 0 0
Fowey 39 9 10¾
Fowey 20 10
Fowey 20 0 0
Gweek 80 0 0
Ipswich 1 18 0
Looe 35 17 3
Lynn 59 9
Penryn 80 0 0
Penzance 29 18
Plymouth 20 0 0
Plymouth 40 0 0
Portsmouth 80 0 0
Sandwich 3 4
Yarmouth 5 6
893 6
incidents of the Collectors &c. 2,655 6 11½
officers' taxes repaid 1,094 13
premiums paid for returns of money 642 1
discompt allowed for prompt payment of these Duties 18,750 13 7
money repaid upon debentures for salt, salted beef and fish re-exported: for salt re-exported, 86,767l. 7s. 3¾d.: for fish of English taking and curing exported beyond seas, 2,404l. 17s. 9d.; for salted beef exported, 7l. 5s. 0d.: the ports are not detailed 89,179 10
money allowed for salt lost at sea 1,697 16 3
abatements or allowances for rock salt refined, for the Duties by them paid for the rock salt by them used and melted in refining of salt 39,761 6
allowances for waste on salt carried coastwise 9,923 16
travelling charges 308 11 5
allowances in lieu of riding charges 40 0 0
total of payments and allowances £385,064 15
and so Remains 111,245l. 14s. 3½d.
£ s. d.
against which depending on sundry makers and refiners of salt and rock salt:
at Caerlcon.
John Higgins, late salt maker at Mayland in Co. Pembroke 8 13 4
at Chepstow:
Charles Reeve 0 3 4
at Chesterfield in Darbyshire
Richard Dakeyne 14 0 0
Simon Gullin, Nathaniel Moore and Thomas Martin at Cockerham, 29l. 12s. 0d.; George Smith, Nicholas Hartley and Nathaniel Moore, 41l. 6s. 10½d.; Nathaniel Moore, John Boulton and George Stephenson, 8l. 18s. 0d.; Geo. Smith, Thomas Houghton and Humphrey Ellis, 48l. 2s. 6d.; Thomas Mealson, Francis Benson and John Catonby, 41l. 15s. 0d. 97 9 10
Joshua Lawson, Robert Freame and Thomas Walker 10 6 8
at Droitwich
Richard Smallbrooke and Abell Gower, 80l.; Robert Skyner, John Wall and John Lowerdey, 200l. 280 0 0
at the Islc of Graine.
William Armiger and Christopher Josten, 533l. 6s. 8d.; William Armiger, John Aynesworth and Christopher Josten, 639l. 10s. 0d. 1,172 16 8
at Lemington
Daniel Gates, 26l.; Damel Gates and Thomas Elmes, 85l. 6s. 8d.; Daniel Gates and John Edwards, 100l., Daniel Gates and Thomas Elmes, 183l. 6s. 8d.; John Carter and John Veere, 44l. 12s. 11½d.; John Durling, senr. and junr., 13s. 4d.; James Coffin, William Knapton and Joseph Hinxman, 20l. 10s. 0d.; James Coffin, Thomas Wilkins and Edward Cowper, 101l. 10s. 0d., James Coffin and Thomas Wilkins, 57l. 618 19
at London:
John Higgs, senr. and junr. 11 15 10
at Middlewich.
Ralph Throp and James Haynes, 80l. 9s. 2d.; Edward Hyde, Esq., 72l. 8s. 4d.; Charles Booth and John Holland, 172l. 9s. 7d. 325 7 1
at Namptwich:
Ralph Throp, Thomas Cartwright, Richard Knight and John Twemlowe, 203l. 10s. 10d. and 186l. 9s. 7d.; said Throp, Knight and John Baddeley, 221l. 6s. 8d.; said Throp, Knight and Sunderland, 267l. 16s. 3d. said Throp, Knight and Lunt, 234l. 17s. 11d.; said Throp, 149l. 3s. 6d. 1,056 5
at North Shields.
Valentine Kelstone and John Rutherford 120 0 0
said Kelstone, Rutherford and Christopher Francklyn 60 0 0
said Francklyn and Rutherford 80 0 0
said Rutherford, Francklyn and Andrew Johnson 122 0 0
Robert Cooke and Thonas Raffolds 13 6 8
John Pye, George Burrell, Henry Bayley and Benedict Erington 105 0 10½
said Pye, Erington and Alexander Hall 236 8 10¼
said Pye, Burrell and Robert Mills 42 15
Charles Coatsworth, Thomas Clarke and Charles Vaughan 43 6 8
Thomas Martin, John Doggett and John Weston 400 0 0
Charles Coatsworth, Francis Partis and Matthias Partis 220 0 0
Ursula Milburne, Francis and Matthias Partis 331 0 8
Michael Hall and said F. and M. Partis 48 11 8
Stephen Good and Charles Coatsworth 36 13 4
Ursula Milburne, F. Partis and Theo. Nicholson 200 0 0
Matthew Currey, John Doggett and John Weston 166 13 4
Thomas Martin, John Doggett and Benjamin Doggett 100 0 0
Charles Coatsworth. M. and F. Partis, John Wooseley 344 3
Ursula Milburne and said F. and M. Partis and Wooseley 263 3
said F. and M. Partis and Wooseley and Michaell Hall 156 16 10
Henry Robinson, Thomas Banckes, William Mason and Andrew French 60 0 0
Thomas Granger and Ursula Milbourne 166 13 4
William Christian, Thomas Richardson and Robert Nicholson 200 0 0
Benedict Erington, Charles Erington and George Harbottle 133 6 8
Phillip Bickerstaff at Amble 139 1 7
Exchequer Bill, miscarried 20 4 1
at Northwich.
Robert Pownall, agent to Dr. Benj. Woodroffe 298 9 10
Ralph Broome and Nathan Blease 18 19 2
Thomas Neild, senr. and junr., and Ottwell Broome 6 16 8
Daniell Pecke, Thomas Hiccox and Thomas Nickson 1,139 4 4
Thomas Nickson, Ralph Nixon and John Deane 730 11
said Nickson and Nixon 511 16 8
same and John Deane 647 13 4
Edmund Soame, Thomas Nickson and Robert Whitlowe 304 6 8
Richard Ashton, Thomas Wright and Thomas Seale 583 6 8
said Ashton, Wright and James Tildesley 374 10 0
Robert Pownall, Thomas Edgar and Thomas Dale 227 0 0
Edmund Soame at Hilbree Isle in Cheshire 42 18 4
Ralph Broom in Northwich Collection 30 11
in Portissick in Cornwall
John Cann and Company 51 16 8
Nyott Doubt at Padstow 16 0 0
Richard Raw at Nether St. Colomb 8 13 4
John Atkin at Botreaux Castle 23 3 4
at Sodbury
Thomas Hooper 181 7 0
at South Shields:
Phillip Bickerstaffe 114 8 11
same and Jos. Milburne and Jos. Hutchinson 76 0 0
Samuell Cooper, William Mann and Ralph Pattison 28 13 4
Leonard Hitchin and John Congham 20 0 0
Michaell Hall and M. and F. Partis &c. 343 18 0
Robert Linton, F. Partis and Lancelot Cramlington &c. 967 12 9
C. Coatsworth and F. and M. Parts 313 6 8
said Linton, F. Partis and John Wooseley &c. 1,229 3 0
John Shaftoe &c. 333 6 8
John Pattison and William Kitteridge 88 6 8
James Wilkinson, William Metealfe and William Wightman 30 0 0
at Topsham:
Thomas Tounson 160 7 11½
Thomas Clap 117 0 0
Edward Yendall 2 5 10
George Borne 8 3 4
at Yarmouth:
Thomas Bendish at South Town in Suffolk 141 13 1
John Barton at Cobholm in Norfolk 67 15
Francis Hollis at Gorlstone in Suffolk 37 3 6
William Maltyward at Yarmouth 19 13 6
John Goslin ibid. 27 19 6
John Bass at Woodbridge in Suffolk 200 0 0
Anthony Burward ibid. 75 8 0
Samuel Brandling at Ipswich 145 11 6
Jonathan Bass at Manningtree 62 13 0
Thomas Hollister at Colchester 93 15
at Berwick port.
Robert Cooke 13 6 8
at Dover port:
William Armiger and Christopher Josten £40 13 4
at Fowey port:
William Williams, merchant 65 15 8
John Goodall and Company, merchants 8 10 0
Gregory Stribley and Company, merchants 2 10 0
at Gweek port:
Francis Jones, Henry Jones and Phillip Stephens 20 2 0
at London port:
Thomas Bryant and Abraham Trent and Amos Short 1,598 0 0
Robert Hinton and Christopher Blower 144 0 0
Elias and Thomas Measurier 261 0 0
William Armiger, Christopher Josten and William Randall 3,867 10 0
at Looe port:
Henry Chubbs, merchant 0 13 4
at Milford and Tenby ports:
John Higgens and William Field 838 15
at Padstow port:
John Curties, Thomas Flamancke and John Leverton 64 13 4
at Rochester port:
William Armiger and Christopher Josten 1,591 13 4
sundry collectors, detailed, for the Duties on foreign salt imported remaining locked up in cellars 3,173 0 0
sundry collectors, detailed, for moneys in their hands 60,729 19 2
money in the hands of these accomptants or their Cashier, being paid by the Collectors since the determination of this accompt 19,957 6
£111,245 14
and so these accomptants are even and quitt.
Declared 9 April 1715.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 2070, ROLL 16.
SALT DUTY: CASH ACCOUNT.
25 March 1709 to 25 March 1710.
Exhibited by the Salt Commissioners and Governors.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
arrears:
Remains in the hands of these accomptants at the end of their last accompt 205 9
receipts:
from the Collectors following: for the old Duty commencing 25 March 1694:
Bideford 4 6
Bristol 52 16
Caerleon in Co. Monmouth 3 7 4
Chepstow 0 8
Cockerham, Co. Lancs 105 14 5
Droitwich 13,971 19
Flimby, Co. Cumberland 159 6
Flimby, Co. Cumberland 126 0 0
Flint, Co. Flint 1 15
Isle of Graine, Co. Kent 5 12
Isle of Graine, Co. Kent 0 13
Lemington, Co. Hants 3,645 2
Middlewich 1,885 13
Namptwich 4,259 11
North Shields 9,416 13 10¼
Northwich, Co. Chester 4,323 0 11½
Northwich, Co. Chester 3,272 3
Portsea, Co. Hants 1,227 9
Sherburne, Co. Dorset 10 6
Sherburne, Co. Dorset 6 0 0
Shirleywich, Co. Stafford 2,400 1 10¾
Shoreham, Co. Sussex 7 10
South Shields 14,713 18 7
Topsham 142 9
Yarmouth 147 5 10¾
Dartmouth port 154 3
Dover port 219 14 10¼
Falmouth port 248 2 5
Falmouth port 38 10
Fowey port 365 14
Fowey port 0 16 0
Gweek port 81 0 0
Ipswich port 10 15
Liverpool port 23 5
London port 223 13 2
Looe port 288 3 11½
Lyme Regis port 0 1
Penryn port 384 3 11
Penzance port 340 8
Plymouth port 21 15
Plymouth port 1,202 13
Plymouth port 106 7 11¾
Rochester 0 4 11½
St. Ives, Cornwall 69 4
Sandwich 17 5 9
Yarmouth 23 12
Nestlaw Greenwood, Receiver of Fines and Seizures in London 14 9 10¾
63,628 15
from ditto, detailed, of the East India Company's Fund commencing 25 Dec. 1699 and continued for ever 148,467 2
total charge and receipts £212,301 6 11
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
salaries to the Salt Commissioners and officers, detailed 4,550 0 0
incident charges and disbursements 4,053 0
money repaid upon debentures for fish and salt exported 28,919 19
auditor's fee 280 0 0
money paid into the Receipt of the Exchequer:
on the old Duty commencing 25 March 1694 51,833 18 4
on the East India Fond commencing 25 Dec. 1699 120,484 0 0
172,317 18 4
total payments and allowances £210,120 18
and so these accomptants remain indebted 2,180l. 8s. 8½d.
Declared 9 April 1715.