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Declared Accounts: Customs, Tobacco

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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, Tobacco

DECLARED ACCOUNTS.
PIPE: ROLL 982.
IMPOSITIONS ON TOBACCO: GENERAL ACCOMPT.
WILLIAM BURNET, Comptroller General of the Accompts of the Customs.
25 Dec. 1709 to 25 Dec. 1710.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Remains in the hands of several Receivers and Collectors 662,986 19
Receipts:
London port: Sir John Shaw, Receiver on Plantation goods: for the New Impositions on tobacco which determined 31 July 1710 150,919 8 11
Barnstaple 3,056 16
Bristol 22,607 11
Bideford 4,727 11 7
Chester 953 1 10
Cowes 0 11
Exeter 1,069 14
Dartmouth 35 8 5
Falmouth 171 0
Liverpool 10,738 19
Lyme 2,018 5
Milford 782 18 6
Padstow 72 9 5
Penryn 220 14 6
Plymouth 6,239 19
St. Ives 3 8
Sandwich 86 7
Weymouth 678 0
Whitehaven 1,338 17
205,821 5
(total for outports, 54,901l. 16s. 1¼d.)
on the New Impositions on Tobacco which commenced 1 Aug 1710:
London port 61,612 4 9
Barnstaple 570 17 9
Bristol 13,674 4 11¼
Bydeford 3,262 7 11
Lancaster 33 8
Liverpool 5,287 14
Liverpool 4,267 13 10
Lyme 1,561 5 11¾
Sandwich 15 10 6
Swanzey 5 3 11
Weymouth 2,191 10 0
Whitehaven 793 15 0
93,375 17 3
(total for the outports, 31,763l. 12s. 6d.)
interest on bonds at ports, detailed 998 13
overpayments by Collectors: to be discompted in their succeeding accompts of this Duty:
[on the expired Duty]
Deal 123 6 8
Dover 11 15
Lyme 4 5
Poole 9 7 10½
Portsmouth 2 0 11¾
Rye 12 6
Sandwich 10 7 0
Stockton 7 17
Bristol 20,037 18
Bideford 1,188 16 9
Deal 145 4 1
Exeter 733 0
Harwich 0 0
Hull 80 8 11¾
Liverpool 70 2
Newcastle 516 0
Newcastle 69 18
Penryn 0 0
Penryn 108 14 1
Poole 7 5 8
Poole 31 0
Whitehaven 1,304 8
Yarmouth 0 17
24,475 3
[on the Growing Duty]
Barnstaple 58 0 0
Bristol 7,774 3 4
Bydiford 701 4
Chester 46 0 0
Ilfracombe 109 12 3
Liverpool 2,826 8
Lyme 102 16
Penryn 316 0
Plymouth 72 3
Weymouth 41 19
12,004 12 5
total of charge and receipts £999,662 11
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
sums remitted by the Collectors to Henry Ferne, Cashier of Customs, and accompted for by him in his Cash Account (over and above the money delivered to him in bonds) 67,819 4
money received by him on bonds in his custody 194,379 15
262,198 19
charges of officers and incidents 834 12 0
defalced or allowed for overpayments by Collectors on their accompts ended at Xmas 1709:
Deal 123 6 8
Dover 11 15
Liverpool 70 2
Lyme 4 5
Rye 12 6
Stockton 7 17
Portsmouth 2 0 11¾
Weymouth 32 0
Bristol 20,037 18
Bydiford 1,188 16 9
Deal 145 4 1
Harwich 0 0
Exeter 733 0
Hull 80 8 11¾
Newcastle 516 0
Newcastle 69 18
Plymouth 0 0
Plymouth 108 14
Poole 7 5 4
Poole 31 0
Whitehaven 1,304 8
Yarmouth 0 17
24,487 9 1
repaid by sundry Collectors to merchants on drawback debentures for tobacco [re-] exported:
Barnstaple 1,529 5 5
Bristol 5,903 14
Bydiford 921 12
Exeter 382 9 6
Dartmouth 22 18 11½
Falmouth 32 16 6
Lancaster 1,460 2 3
Liverpool 18,059 6 7
Liverpool 2,062 18
Lyme 188 4
Newcastle 1,058 1 0
Penryn 382 17 0
Plymouth 1,934 0 8
Whitehaven 5,127 1 3
Bristol 8,912 0 10½
Bydiford 412 0
Liverpool 377 11 6
Plymouth 36 9
48,832 17 11
moneys repaid by Collectors for damaged or over-entered tobacco:
[on the expired Duty]
Barnstaple 613 12 3
Bristol 2,475 17
Bydiford 1,202 14 10¼
Chester 142 10
Falmouth 39 3
Lancaster 189 1 9
Liverpool 3,265 1 5
Liverpool 224 0
Lyme 715 7
Newcastle 114 11
Padstow 7 7 9
Penryn 117 13 4
Plymouth 991 11
Sandwich 57 11
Sandwich 10 7 0
Weymouth 181 18 10
Whitehaven 1,341 16 0
Falmouth 34 11 5
[on the growing Duty]
Bristol 1,918 19
Bydiford 339 13
Chester 2 6 0
Lyme 78 0 9
Plymouth 35 13
Weymouth 41 1 6
14,190 10
total of payments and allowances £350,544 9 4
and so Remains 649,118l. 1s. 8½d.
against which £ s. d.
bonds remaining in the hands of the Collectors at Xmas 1710 for tobacco Duty for the individual Collectors of ports, detailed £649,118 1
Even and quit.
Declared 28 Feb. 1715–16.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS.
PIPE: ROLL 1237.
TOBACCO: CASH ACCOUNT.
HENRY FERNE, Receiver General and Cashier of Customs.
25 December 1709 to 25 December 1710.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears:
Cash nil, he being in surplusage.
Bonds in his hands for tobacco Duties 376,186 12
Receipts:
on the new Imposition which determined 31 July 1710:
London port 150,919 8 11
London port, interest from merchants 82 9 10½
151,001 18
outports:
Barnstaple 153 14 11¾
Bristol 33,625 4
Bydiford 1,849 10
Chester 1,364 12 6
Cowes 0 7
Dartmouth 12 9
Exeter 18 15
Falmouth 380 19 0
Lancaster 1,002 7
Liverpool 9,973 2
Lyme 2,067 0
Newcastle 22 9 11
Penryn 637 7 11¼
Plymouth 5,396 5 10½
Poole 61 12
Poulton 0 10
Sandwich 3 2 2
Weymouth 319 0 8
Whitehaven 2,399 19 2
Exeter 50 19
Falmouth 218 1
Chester 49 4
Liverpool 1,168 19 0
60,835 3 10¼
on the new Impositions which commenced 1 Aug. 1710:
London port 21,493 19 6
outports:
Barnstaple 58 0 0
Liverpool 2,861 12 3
Penryn 220 0 0
Liverpool 318 15 0
3,458 7 3
total charge and receipts £612,976 2
Discharge £ s. d. £ s. d.
Surplusage on his last accompt 0 0
paid to merchants on debentures for reexports (not detailed) 164,301 12 6
paid on certificates of damaged goods and over-entries (not detailed) 7,911 6 7
172,212 19 1
salaries paid to several persons employed about the accompts of the said Duties 505 0 0
money paid into the Receipt of the Exchequer as by tallies, detailed:
for the new Imposition on tobacco which determined 31 July 1710 85,455 15 5
for the new Imposition which commenced 1 Aug. 1710 4,025 5 6
89,481 0 11
total of payments and allowances £262,199 0
and so Remains 350,777l. 1s. 9¼d.
£ s d.
against which
bonds, not detailed, remaining in his hands for securing the Duties which determined 31 July 1710 329,875 1 2
ditto for the Duties which commenced 1 Aug. 1710 20,902 1 3
£350,777 2 5
and so this accomptant is in surplusage 0l. 0s. 7½d.
Declared 23 March 1712–13