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Declared Accounts: Customs, Cash 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, Cash Account

DECLARED ACCOUNTS.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1111.
CUSTOMS: CASH ACCOUNT.
HENRY FERNE, Receiver General and Cashier of Customs.
1709 to 1710.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Remains in the hands of this accomptant at the end of his last preceding accompt 7,307 14 0
value of bonds in his hands 235,398 2 2
Transport Debentures in his hands, taken for Customs 1,357 4
imprested to sundry persons for services relating to the Customs 555 0 0
receipts. from the Customs which determined 31 July 1710:
London port 293,813 16
outports, detailed 47,607 15
341,421 11 11¾
Customs which commenced 1 August 1710:
London port 89,566 12 7
outports, detailed 7,779 1
97,345 13 11¾
Additional Impositions which determined 31 July 1710:
London port 19,373 18
outports, detailed 7,685 4
27,059 3
Additional Impositions which commenced 1 August 1710:
London port 7,014 14 6
outports, detailed 1,215 0
8,229 14
new Subsidy which determined 1 Feb. 1699–1700:
Dartmouth port 10 6 10¼
new Subsidy which determined 8 March 1701–2 21 5 1
new Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage [which commenced 8 March 1701–2]:
London port 237,868 18
outports, detailed 60,238 19 10¼
298,107 18 1
the old Additional Subsidy which determined 8 March 1706–7:
Newcastle port 85 1 8
the Additional One Third Subsidy which commenced 8 March 1706–7:
London port 78,553 8 10
outports, detailed 18,253 11
96,807 6
Second Additional Subsidy, being the Two Thirds new Subsidy:
London port 70,061 13
outports, detailed 13,305 10
83,367 4 0
the new Duty on Coffee, Tea &c.:
London port 16,362 6 9
outports, detailed 6,934 14 11¼
23,297 1
new Additional Duty on Coffee &c.:
London port 64,730 7
outports, detailed 65,343 13
88,640 15
Tonnage Duty on English ships:
Chester port 27 16 11¾
the second 25 per cent. on French goods:
outports, detailed 113 6
the 25l. per tun on French wines:
London port 4,451 18 1
outports, detailed 3,214 19
7,666 17
Duty on whale fins which determined 31 July 1710:
London port 3,791 10 8
outports, detailed (Bristol, Hull, Newcastle) 79 3
3,870 14
Duty on whale fins which commenced 1 Aug 1710:
London port 1,332 4 1
Bristol port 0 9
1,332 13
new Duty on white woollen cloth [exported]:
London port 988 5 0
Colchester port 6 5 0
994 10 0
Duty on coals which expired 15 May 1708:
Leigh port 27 12 7
Duty on coals which determined 29 Sept. 1710:
London port 68,292 15
outports, detailed 33,847 1 10¾
102,139 17
Duty on coals which commenced 30 Sept. 1710;
outports, detailed 7,231 17 10¾
Duty on paper:
Newcastle port 3 3 10
Duty of 15 per cent. on muslms &c.:
London port 50,691 11
outports (Bristol) 1 14 6
50,693 5 11½
late Duty on Leather (Newcastle port) 0 4 6
Coinage Duty:
London port 6,400 8
outports, detailed 1,996 1
8,396 10
for the Enumerated Duties:
Thomas Broughton, Collector of South Carolina 24 3 4
Samuel Lowman, Collector at Newcastle in Pennsylvania 5 0 6
John Helden, Collector at St. Christopher 44 7 2
William Gerrisa, Collector at Montserrat 164 18 10
Robert Quary, Collector at James River 60 0 0
Joseph Jekell, Collector at Boston in New England 161 0 0
Robert Gardiner, Collector at Newport in the West Indies 298 13 0
Thomas Edwards, Collector at Barbados 120 2 0
678 4 10
the Duty of Four and a Half per cent. [from Barbados and the Leeward Islands], received by Thomas Scott, Husband of the Plantation Goods 7,185 12 2
the Duty on pepper, raisins &c.:
London port 14,451 15 9
outports, detailed 2,316 14
16,768 10
the Duty on Candles 2 14 11
money received of Charles Graydon, Receiver General of Customs in Scotland, on account of the Customs from 25 Dec. 1708 to 25 Dec. 1710, "the like sum being paid to Charles Godolphin for salaries of clerks employed by him in Registering the trading ships of Scotland pursuant to the Lord Treasurer's warrant of 20 April 1710" 112 10 0
total charge £1,493,159 8
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
salaries of the Commissioners and officers &c. of the Customs on the Quarter Books of London port 27,926 17 6
fees and allowances of patent officers in London port 5,549 4 5
fees, rewards &c. of patent officers &c. of the outports 2,109 13 4
salaries of the Customs officers in the Plantations:
Robert Armstrong, Collector and Surveyor at Piscataway in New England at 100l. per an. from 5 Sept. 1709 to Midsummer 1710 80 8 2
William Alexander, Comptroller at Philadelphia in Pennsylvania at 80l. per an. for 1½ years to Xmas 1709 120 0 0
Thomas Byerley, Collector at New York, at 55l. per an. for 2½ years ended at Xmas 1709 137 10 0
Charles Blechynden, Collector and Surveyor at Salem and Marblehead in New England, for his salary from 18 July 1709 to Midsummer 1710 at 100l. per an., deducting 27l. 15s. 0d. paid him as a keyman for the time he served in that station 66 1 8
Maurice Birchfield, Surveyor General of the north part of the Continent of America, for the salary of himself at 20s. a day and 50l. per an. for a clerk from the date of their respective warrants to 1709 Xmas 162 1 1
Thomas Broughton, Collector of Charles Town in South Carolina, for 1½ years to Midsummer 1710 at 60l. per an. 90 0 0
Archibald Cummings, preventive officer of the illegal trade in Newfoundland, for a year's salary to Midsummer 1710 150 0 0
Richard Chichester, Collector at Rapahavock river in Virginia, for half a year to Xmas 1709 on 80l. per an. 40 0 0
Charles Carkes, Plantation clerk [in the London Customs House], at 100l. per an. for half a year to 1709 Xmas 50 0 0
Nathaniel Chevin, Collector at Roanoke in North Carolina, for salary from 18 April 1709 to Midsummer 1710 56 16 9
John Graves, Collector of the Bahama Islands, for a year's salary to Midsummer 1710 70 0 0
Peter Jacob Everard, Comptroller at Carritack in North Carolina, for salary for a year to Midsummer 1710 50 0 0
Edward Hill, Collector at the upper part of James River in Virginia, for salary for half a year to Xmas 1709 20 0 0
John Jekyll, Collector at Boston in New England, for salary for a year to Midsummer 1710 100 0 0
Nathaniel Kay, Collector and Surveyor at Rhode Island in New England, for salary from 18 July 1709 to 1709 Xmas 43 16 8
Stephen Knight, Riding Surveyor at Bahama and Sassafras River in Maryland, for a year's salary to Xmas 1709 50 0 0
Samuel Lowman, Collector at Newcastle in Pennsylvania, for one year's salary to Midsummer 1710 90 0 0
John Moore, Collector at Philadelphia in Pennsylvania, for same to same 160 0 0
John Manley, Plantation clerk, for half a year's salary to Midsummer 1710 50 0 0
Thomas Newton, Comptroller at Boston in New England, for 1½ years' salary to Xmas 1709 105 0 0
Robert Quary, Surveyor General of the Northern Continent of America, for himself at 20s. a day and a clerk and four boatmen at 130l. per an. for a year to Midsummer 1710 495 0 0
Thomas Seymour, Collector at North Potomack in Maryland, for same to same 60 0 0
Robert Snead, Surveyor at Cape Charles in Virginia, for half a year's salary to Xmas 1709 25 0 0
Sampson Trevethan, Surveyor at Elizabeth River in Virginia, for a year's salary to Midsummer 1710 45 0 0
2,316 14 4
annual and accidental payments, detailed, out of the Customs of Tonnage and Poundage &c. 3,077 7 10
annual payments and allowances, detailed, out of the new Duties 4,421 1
incident charges, detailed, London port 27,277 3 11
repayments on certificates of damages and over entries [London port] 12,252 12 11½
repayments on Portage Bills [London port] 2,011 5 1
repayments on re-export Debentures [London port] 259,090 6
money paid into the Receipt of the Exchequer as by tallies, detailed:
for the Customs which expired 31 July 1710 192,676 8 7
for the Customs which commenced 1 Aug. 1710 64,369 12 7
for the new Additional Impositions which determined 31 July 1710 23,447 19 0
for the new Additional Impositions which commenced 1 Aug. 1710 7,439 19 10½
for the new Subsidy which determined 1 Feb. 1699–1700 10 6 10½
for the new Subsidy which determined 8 March 1701–2 46 18 3
for the new Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage which commenced 8 March 1701–2 221,493 15 0
for the Additional or One Third Tonnage and Poundage 71,283 13 10½
for the Second Additional or Two Thirds Tonnage and Poundage 71,795 7
for the new Duty on Coffee &c. 20,903 14
for the new Additional same 45,903 9 10
for the Tonnage Duty on English ships 27 17 0
for the second 25 per cent. on French goods 113 6
for the 25l. per tun on French prize wines 7,573 19 6
for the duty on whale fins which determined 31 July 1710 3,609 2 5
for ditto which commenced 1 Aug. 1710 1,249 3 11
for the new Duty on white woollen cloth 994 10 0
for the Duty on coals which determined 15 March 1708–9 27 12
for ditto which determined 29 Sept. 1710 101,751 7
for ditto which commenced 30 Sept. 1710 6,247 5 11
for the Duty on paper 3 3 10
for the Duty of 15 per cent on muslins 30,627 12
for the Duty on Leather 0 4 6
for the Coinage Duty 8,020 5 5
for the Enumerated Dutics 878 4 10
for the Four and a Half per cent. Duty 5,420 19 0
for the Duty on pepper, raisins &c. 15,972 4 2
for the Duty on candles 2 4 11
901,890 10
money paid out of the Customs arising in North Britain 112 10 0
total payments and allowances £1,248,035 7
and so Remains 245,124l. 1s. 0¼d.
whereof
payable to her Majesty on bonds resting in this accomptant's hand 230,214 15
Transport Debentures remaining in this accomptant's hands 1,357 4
moneys imprested to divers persons, detailed, for divers services 2,655 0 0
£234,226 19
and so this accomptant remains indebted 10,895l. 1s. 6¼d.
Declared 23 March 1714–15.