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Declared Accounts: Customs, Wine and Vinegar

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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, Wine and Vinegar

DECLARED ACCOUNTS.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1013.
WINES AND VINEGAR: GENERAL ACCOMPT.
WILLIAM BURNETT, Comptroller General.
For one year ended 25 Dec. 1710.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Remains in the hands of several Receivers and Collectors:
in money 42,204 16
in bonds 32,802 18 10¾
in Transport Debentures 4,243 3
79,250 16 11¾
Receipts:
on account of the new Impositions which determined 31 July 1710:
London port 112,186 19 10½
outports.
Barnstaple 36 8 0
Beaumaris 2 17
Bridgwater 8 15
Bridlington 1 3
Bristol 6,128 0
Bydiford 509 7
Chester 588 18 8
Colchester 3 15 0
Cowes 43 11
Dartmouth 57 14
Deal 80 14
Dover 451 13 11¾
Exeter 1,013 16 5
Falmouth 77 8
Falmouth 178 7
Fowey 1 3 4
Harwich 5 4
Hull 2,213 11 10½
Ilfracombe 5 6 11½
Liverpool 122 0
Lyme 1 10
Lynn 1,493 8 4
Milford 27 19
Minehead 141 17
Newcastle 98 1
Newhaven 1 13
Penryn 294 9
Penzance 9 3
Plymouth 876 0
Poole 183 3 0
Rochester 82 18
Rye 3 17
St. Ives 19 17
Portsmouth 532 6 8
Sandwich 3 19 4
Scarborough 0 1 8
Southampton 2,081 6
Sunderland 1 10
Truro 0 5 10
Weymouth 3 13
Whitchurch 8 1 11¾
Yarmouth 3 18 0
129,585 15 5
total for the outports, 17,398l. 8s. 6½d.
for the new Impositions which commenced 1 August 1710:
London port 8,445 15 3
outports.
Beaumaris 11 11
Bristol 1,963 7
Bydiford 0 7
Chester 349 11 3
Colchester 0 6 11¾
Cowes 2 12
Deal 3 0
Exeter 13 16 9
Falmouth 234 15
Fowey 1 13 9
Harwich 15 3 11¼
Hull 31 9
Liverpool 48 19 0
Liverpool 90 13 11¾
Lynn 1,695 18
Milford 43 17
Minehead 2 12
Newcastle 13 11 7
Penryn 309 5
Penzance 6 5 0
Plymouth 618 1
Rochester 12 14
Rye 4 9 11½
Portsmouth 352 16 11½
Southampton 374 2
Weymouth 0 9 11¾
Whitehaven 9 4
Yarmouth 24 16
14,682 0
(total for the outports, 6,236l. 13s. 9¼d.)
interest received on bonds not satisfied in due time 195 2
overpayments by Collectors on account of the New Impositions which determined 31 July 1710:
Bridgwater 0 0
Colchester 2 13
Falmouth 4 19 0
Portsmouth 47 1
Southampton 28 19 10¼
Weymouth 26 9 10¼
Chester 182 19
Fowey 0 0 1
Bristol 32 15 10¾
Chester 0 2 11½
Chester 25 1 11½
Falmouth 52 13 11
Looe 81 4 2
Lyme 4 17 10¾
Lynn 46 0
Lynn 511 11
Newcastle 0 0 9
Plymouth 486 10 9
Poole 0 0
Sandwich 20 0 0
Stockton 78 14
Whitehaven 214 0
1,846 18
overpayments on account of the New Impositions which commenced 1 Aug. 1710:
Colchester 1 6
Deal 0 18
Dover 25 13 10½
Liverpool 277 14
Padstow 9 18 2
Penzance 2 18
Southampton 134 1
Truro 0 5 10
452 16 6
total charge and receipts £226,014 0 6
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
money remitted by the Receivers and Collectors of this Duty to Henry Ferne, the Customs Cashier, within the time of this accompt and accounted for by him as his Cash accompt of the Customs 133,445 5 10¼
money defalced to several Collectors for their overpayments in 1709:
London port 28 13 3
Bridgwater 0 0
Chester 122 19
Colchester 3 19 4
Fowey 0 0
Bristol 32 15 10¾
Chester 0 2 11½
Chester 25 1 11½
Falmouth 52 13 11
Looe 81 4 2
Lyme 4 17 10¾
Lynn 46 0
Lynn 511 11
Newcastle 0 0 9
Plymouth 486 10 9
Poole 0 0
Sandwich 20 0 0
Stockton 78 14
Whitehaven 214 0
1,709 7
officers' salaries and incidents 1,020 8
repaid to merchants on certificates of damaged goods and over-entries: on the Impositions which determined 31 July 1710:
Barnstaple 7 15
Bridgwater 1 1 11½
Bristol 169 11 11
Bydiford 118 10
Chester 1 10
Dartmouth 8 14
Exeter 165 0 11
Falmouth 5 3
Falmouth 28 7 0
Hull 55 7
Livérpool 13 6
Lynn 263 11 11¾
Minehead 6 15
Penryn 29 2 10¼
Plymouth 86 5
Poole 3 13
Rochester 1 9 4
Portsmouth 73 5
Southampton 56 1
1,094 15
ditto on ditto which commenced 1 August 1710:
Bristol 158 12
Liverpool 5 5
Penryn 41 12
Plymouth 175 18
Portsmouth 20 8 2
401 16
total payments and allowances £137,671 13 4
and so Remains 88,342l. 7s. 2d.
against which: depending upon Receivers and Collectors of ports, detailed at length, for money or bonds or upon the King's Remembrancer's Office for bonds delivered in there to be prosecuted:
for the new Impositions which terminated at 31 July 1710 84,632 12
for the new Impositions which commenced 1 August 1710 3,709 14 10¾
£88,342 7 2
and so this accomptant is Even and Quit.
Declared 28 Feb. 1715–16.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1172.
WINES AND VINEGAR: CASH ACCOMPT.
HENRY FERNE, accomptant, as Customs Cashier.
for the year 25 December 1709 to 25 December 1710.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears:
in money nil: he being in surplusage on the foot of his last accompt.
in bonds remaining in his hands 24,456 1 0
in Transport Debentures remaining in his hands 4,243 3
28,699 4
sums charged upon this accomptant by Rowland Holt, Comptroller General of the accompts of the Customs, as received by this accomptant from the Receivers and Collectors of this Duty within the said time:
for the new Impositions which determined 31 July 1710:
London port 112,161 14 10¾
outports:
Barnstaple 29 5 11
Bridgwater 7 13 1
Bristol 4,580 13
Bydiford 428 12
Chester 680 0 0
Cowes 37 3
Dartmouth 50 16 2
Deal 14 3
Dover 424 6
Exeter 805 16 6
Falmouth 102 1 10
Fowey 0 0
Harwich 5 4
Hull 3,728 17
Ipswich 3 18
Lancaster 193 0
Liverpool 988 19
Lyme 17 5
Lynn 1,803 5
Minehead 117 11 6
Newcastle 927 11
Penryn 323 15
Penzance 16 0 0
Plymouth 730 6
Poole 50 15 4
Portsmouth 592 9 11
Rochester 50 12
St. Ives 20 13 4
Sandwich 2 19
Southampton 1,417 15
Sunderland 1 10
Wells 5 7
Weymouth 100 10 10
Yarmouth 1 8 6
Chester 60 0 0
Liverpool 195 14
Falmouth 87 5
Newcastle 2 16
130,768 4
(total for the outports, 18,606l. 9s. 4¾d.)
for the new Impositions which commenced 1 August 1710:
London port 8,445 15
Bristol 100 0 0
Chester 150 0 0
Colchester 1 6
Dover 25 13 10½
Exeter 2 10
Liverpool 321 7 10
Lyme 1,388 1
Newcastle 12 12
Plymouth 202 9 6
Portsmouth 176 11
Penryn 62 10
Southampton 123 3
11,012 2
(total for the outports, 2,566l. 7s. 5¾d.)
total charge and receipts £170,479 10 3
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
surplusage due to this accomptant on the foot of his last preceding accompt 0 0
repayments to merchants &c. for damaged and defective wines:
out of the Impositions which determined 31 July 1710 3,984 5 9
out of the Impositions which commenced 1 August 1710 52 6 0
4,036 11 9
salaries of extraordinary clerks employed by this accomptant 50 0 0
auditor's fee 65 0 0
salary to the four Examiners of the Outport Books 30 0 0
money paid into the Exchequer by this accompt as by tallies detailed:
for the Impositions which determined 31 July 1710 118,724 9
for the Impositions which commenced 1 August 1710 10,539 5
129,263 14 7
total of payments and allowances £133,445 6 10¼
and so Remains 37,034l. 4s. 4¾d.
whereof £ s. d.
due on bonds on the Impositions which determined 31 July 1710 32,383 0 11
on ditto which commenced 1 August 1710 408 1
due on Transport Debentures taken in lieu of bonds for the said Impositions 4,243 3
£37,034 5
So this accomptant remains in Surplus on this accompt 0l. 1s. 0d.
Declared 23 March 1712.