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Revenue Account: Branch Analysis

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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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Branch Analysis

REVENUE: ANALYSIS. CUSTOMS.
Customs Continued from 31 July 1706 to 1 August 1710 as by the Act 1 Anne [being the grant of the Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage as by the Act of 8–9 Wm. III, c. 20, for Deficiencies and as continued by the Act of 1 Anne, c. 7, for further Deficiencies].
Debtor [or Charge]. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 15,023 14
to receipts at the Exchequer for the neat produce of this revenue between Michaelmas 1709 and Michaelmas 1710:
for Scotland. for England.
£ s. d.
for 1709 Xmas quarter _ 80,178 6
for 1710 Lady day quarter _ 80,404 12 6
for 1710 Midsummer quarter _ 47,540 14 4
for 1710 Michaelmas quarter _ 60,438 19 3
268,562 12
£283,586 6 10
Credit [or Discharge].
by paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer to discharge Deficiencies provided for by the Act 1 Anne, c. 7:
for principal. for interest.
£ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
on Exchequer Bills issued anno 1697 64,615 0 0 20,339 19 1
on the First 3s. Aid anno 1697 50,000 0 0 4,120 7 5
on the 20 per cent. on paper anno 1697 1,000 0 0 118 5 10
on Coals anno 1695, transferred to leather 1697 86,855 8 8 5,236 18 10
on the Third Quarterly Poll anno 1698 9,200 0 0 1,011 2 10
on the Third 3s. Aid anno 1699 _ 107 15 7
211,670 8 8 30,934 9 7
211,670 8 8
242,604 18 3
paid to Nehemiah Arnold, Paymaster of Malt Lottery Tickets anno 1697 upon account 21,627 8 11½
264,232 7
balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 19,353 19
£283,586 6 10
The Continued Duties on Low Wines and other particulars hereunder mentioned [viz. Coffee and Tea, Hawkers and Pedlars and 15 per cent. on Muslins: being all continued to 1706 by 12–13 Wm. III, c. 11, and further continued to 1710 by 3–4 Anne, c. 18]: together with: the New Additional Duties on Coffee, Tea and Spices granted by the Act 3–4 Anne, c. 18, from 4 Feb. 1704–5, to 24 June 1710; the new Additional Duties of 15 per cent. on Calicoes and China Ware granted by same Act for same time; the new Additional Duties of 4 per cent. on Unrated Drugs granted by same Act for same time.
Debit [or Charge]. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 1,295 0
to receipts:
on Low Wines continued from 24 March 1705 to 24 June 1710: £ s. d. £ s. d.
1709 Xmas quarter 5,790 7 10
1710 Lady day quarter 6,610 13 7
1710 Midsummer quarter 8,359 4
1710 Michaelmas quarter 7,503 2 10
28,263 8 10½
on the part of Scotland 104 4 5
28,367 13
on Coffee, Tea etc. continued from 30 April 1706 to 24 June 1710:
1709 Xmas quarter 8,868 7 0
1710 Lady day quarter 8,250 16 11
1710 Midsummer quarter 3,423 6 10
1710 Michaelmas quarter 4,431 1 3
24,973 12 0
on Hawkers and Pedlars continued from 23 June 1706 to 24 June 1710:
1709 Xmas quarter 2,740 0 0
1710 Lady day quarter 1,855 0 0
1710 Midsummer quarter _
1710 Michaelmas quarter 2,900 0 0
7,495 0 0
15 per cent. on Muslins continued from 29 Sept, 1706 to 24 June 1710:
1709 Xmas quarter 5,238 3
1710 Lady day quarter _
1710 Midsummer quarter 13,229 11 0
1710 Michaelmas quarter _
18,467 14
79,303 19 8
on the New Additional Duties:
1709 Xmas quarter 7,517 15
1710 Lady day quarter 1,670 14 11
1710 Midsummer quarter 24,829 11
1710 Michaelmas quarter 65 2
34,083 3
£114,682 4 0
Credit [or Discharge]. £ s. d.
by principal repaid in further part of 700,000l. 75,465 7 0
by interest paid at 6 per cent. 28,810 19
104,276 6
by balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 September 1710 10,405 17
£114,682 4 0
Memorandum:
By an Act 5 Anne, c. 19 [6 Anne, c. 2], pro 1707, the Duties on Low Wines with the Rates on Hawkers and Pedlars after the 23 June 1710 are further continued for a long term [viz. for 96 years] and made part of the Fond for Annuities purchased anno 1707, p. xciv.
And by an Act 6 Anne [c. 50], anno 1708, all the Duties composing this Fond, to wit the old Duties on Coffee, Tea, Chocolate, and the 15 per cent. on Muslins and the several new Additional Duties above mentioned are further continued to 24 June 1714 to aid the security or credit had thereupon.
Additional Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage continued from 9 March 1701–2 for the Queen's life [as by 1 Anne, c. 1].
Debit [or Charge]. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer at 28 Sept. 1709 1,646 19
to receipts at the Exchequer for the neat produce of this revenue: for the late King.
£ s. d.
1709 Xmas quarter 17 4 9
1710 Lady day quarter _
1710 Midsummer quarter _
1710 Michaelmas quarter 21 5 1
38 9 10
for the present Queen.
1709 Xmas quarter 79,452 5
1710 Lady day quarter 54,853 5
1710 Midsummer quarter 49,819 6 6
1710 Michaelmas quarter 62,037 1
246,161 18
£247,847 7 10¼
Credit [or Discharge].
by paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer to the uses following: for the Civil List: paid to £ s. d.
Francis, Lord Ryalton, Cofferer of the Household 9,300 0 0
John, Visct. Fitz Hardinge, Treasurer of the Chamber 4,901 6 3
the Duke of Montague, Master of the Great Wardrobe 5,691 9 4
the Robes, for Mrs. Rachaell Thomas 1,000 0 0
Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the Works 7,259 12
William Roberts, Paymaster of the Works at Windsor 259 15 8
foreign ministers [Ambassadors etc.] on their ordinary and extraordinary allowances 10,632 5 0
the Duke of Somerset, Master of the Horse, for the extraordinaries of the Stables 10,500 0 0
fees and salaries [payable at the Exchequer] 26,809 1 4
pensions and annuities [payable at the Exchequer] 1,424 1 8
Spencer Compton, for charities &c. authorised by her Majesty 40,974 1 7
her Majesty's Royal Bounty 3,089 17 8
Henry Boyle, Principal Secretary of State for secret service 1,000 0 0
William Lowndes, for secret service 6,050 0 0
jewels or presents in lieu of jewels to foreign ministers 1,662 10 0
Samuel Smithen, her Majesty's Goldsmith, for plate 1,423 19 1
the Privy Purse, per Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough 4,901 6 7
contingencies of divers natures 6,963 11
Henry Scobell, on account of the tin affair 27,800 0 0
Robert Corker, succeeding the said Scobell, on account of the tin affair 38,599 0 0
sundry services relating to Scotland 6,153 18
for account of the late King Wm. III out of the Queen's money.
to the executors of the Earl of Bradford for [the said late King's] arrears [due] in the office of the Cofferer 209 13 9
Carried forward 216,605 10 9
Brought forward 216,605 10 9
to Visct. Fitz Hardinge for the like due in the Office of the [late King's] Treasurer of the Chamber 138 19 6
216,744 10 3
out of the arrears [of the late King's revenues] for the said late King's debts to Thomas Newfall, executor to the Earl of Bradford, for [the said late King's] arrears due in the Office of the Cofferer 17 4 9
payments to public services.
on annuities purchased anno 1707: to aid the Deficiency of the Fond [for said annuities] vide p. xciv, infra 26,306 9 3
to Prince Charles of Denmark in lieu of his pretensions to the bishopric of Eutin 2,100 17 6
28,407 6 9
balance remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710:
of cash for the Queen's Civil List 2,657 1
of [the late King's] arrears [of revenue] towards the said late King's debts 21 5 1
£247,847 7 10¼
The Duties appropriated for paying interest on the Irish Transport Debt as by the Act 6–7 Wm. III, c. 7, continued successively by 9–10 Wm. III, c. 14, and 12–13 Wm. III, c. II].
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer at Michaelmas 1709 of the arrears of the Duties on Coffee 22 12 1
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 22 12 1
The Impositions on Wines and Vinegar, Tobacco and East India goods, continued from 31 July 1706 to 1 August 1710 [by the Second Deficiencies Act, 1 Anne, c. 7].
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 11,675 18
to receipts on the part of England:
Wines and Vinegar.
1709 Xmas quarter 46,127 11
1710 Lady day quarter 31,944 15
1710 Midsummer quarter 48,783 13
1710 Michaelmas quarter 34,666 11 4
161,522 11
Tobacco.
1709 Xmas quarter 14,937 19
1710 Lady day quarter 9,551 19
1710 Midsummer quarter 21,170 4 10½
1710 Michaelmas quarter 32,437 17 7
78,098 0
East India Goods.
1709 Xmas quarter 52,276 0 11½
1710 Lady day quarter 16,410 3
1710 Midsummer quarter 18,952 2 11½
1710 Michaelmas quarter 10,345 16
97,984 3 9
£349,280 14
Credit or Discharge.
for Principal. for Interest.
£ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
by paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer towards making good the Deficiencies provided for by the Act 1 Anne, c. 7 [for Deficiencies]:
on Coals granted anno 1695 [by 6 and 7 Wm. III, c. 18] transferred to the Duties on Leather anno 1697 [by 8–9 Wm. III, c. 21] 77,135 15 4,391 4 4
on the First 3s. Aid granted anno 1697 83,997 13 5 16,564 7 9
on the 20 per cent. on paper anno 1697 [by 8 Wm. III, c. 7] 1,600 0 0 365 5 3
on Exchequer Bills issued 1697 41,310 0 0 15,727 17 10
on the Third Quarterly Poll anno 1698 35,404 2 6 3,578 8 3
on the Third 3s. Aid anno 1699 3,500 0 0 409 15 11
242,947 11 41,036 19 4
242,947 11
283,984 10
paid to Nehemiah Arnold, Paymaster of the Malt Lottery Tickets anno 1697: upon account 51,019 16
by balance remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 14,276 7
£349,280 14
The 25 per cent. on French Goods granted for 21 years from 28 Feb. 1696–7 [by 7–8 Wm. III, c. 20].
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 195 14
to receipts there: £ s. d.
1709 Xmas quarter _
1710 Lady day quarter 2 2 6
1710 Midsummer quarter 1 2
1710 Michaelmas quarter 107 6
110 10 9
£306 4 11½
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by paid on annuities purchased anno 1707 to aid the Deficiency of the Fond for those Annuities as per the account infra, p. xciv 195 14
by [paid to] Prince Charles of Denmark on his annuity for relinquishing his pretensions to the bishopric of Eutin 9 7 6
by [paid to] Robert Walpole, Treasurer of the Navy, to aid the quota for wages anno 1702 3 4
by ditto to ditto towards the charge of transporting Mr. Lowther's equipage to Barbados 97 18
£306 4 11½
The Duty of 5s. per ton on French shipping granted by 12 Car. II, c. 18, clause 17.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 23 12 10
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by paid on Annuities purchased anno 1707 to aid the Deficiency of the Fond for those Annuities as per the account infra, p. xciv 23 12 10
Plantation Duties granted 25 Car. II [c. 7].
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 1,245 3 7
to receipts there: £ s. d.
1709 Xmas quarter 72 2 11
1710 Lady day quarter 24 3 4
1710 Midsummer quarter 214 6 6
1710 Michaelmas quarter 639 15 0
950 7 9
£2,195 11 4
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by paid on Annuities purchased anno 1707 to aid the Deficiency of the Fond for those Annuities as per the account, p. xciv, infra 1,245 3 7
by [paid to] Prince Charles of Denmark on his annuity for relinquishing his pretensions to the bishopric of Eutin 747 9 7
by [paid to] Robert Walpole, Treasurer of the Navy, to aid the quota for wages anno 1702 202 18 2
£2,195 11 4
Arrears of the Tonnage Duties on ships and vessels which [were imposed by 5–6 Wm. and Mary, c. 20, and which were taken off or] ceased 17 May 1696 [by 7–8 Wm. III, c. 31]. £ s. d.
Debit or Charge.
receipts at the Exchequer in 1710 Lady day quarter:
on the Five Sevenths 19 17 10½
on the Two Sevenths 7 19
£27 17 0
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by paid to the Bank of England on their yearly sum of 100,000l. out of the Four Sevenths 19 17 10½
by paid on Annuities for one, two or three lives now charged on the Two Sevenths of the 9d. Excise out of the Two Sevenths 7 19
£27 17 0
The Additional Impositions on goods and merchandises continued from 31 July 1706 to 1 Aug. 1710 [as by 8–9 Wm. III, c. 20, and 1 Anne, c. 7, being the First and Second Deficiencies Acts].
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 2,919 6
to receipts on the part of England: £ s. d.
1709 Xmas quarter 8,094 8
1710 Lady day quarter 9,872 11
1710 Midsummer quarter 6,545 11 7
1710 Michaelmas quarter 6,586 13
31,099 4
£34,018 11
Credit or Discharge.
by paid at the Receipt to make good Deficiencies provided for by an Act 1 Anne [c. 7]:
for Principal. for Interest.
£ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
on Coals granted anno 1695, transferred to the Duties on Leather granted anno 1697 7,787 16 10½ 647 15 10
on the First 3s. Aid granted anno 1697 2,000 0 0 175 6 8
on the 20 per cent. on paper 800 0 0 80 17 4
on the Third Quarterly Poll granted anno 1698 3,000 0 0 117 17 3
on the Third 3s. Aid granted anno 1699 1,500 0 0 43 15 11
15,087 16 10½ 1,065 13 0
15,087 16 10½
16,153 9 10½
by paid to Nehemiah Arnold, Paymaster of the Malt Lottery Tickets, for the year 1697: upon account 17,282 14
33,436 4
balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 582 7 2
£34,018 11
Arrears of the Duties on Coals and Culme granted for five years from 15 May 1698 [as by 9–10 Wm. III, c. 13].
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 104 13
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
[by paid] interest of loans registered on the Duties as above at 8 per cent. 100 0 0
by balance remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 4 13
£104 13
Arrears of the Duties on Coals, Culme and Cinders granted for five years from 14 May 1703 [as by 9–10 Wm. III, c. 13].
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 442 1 9
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by [paid] interest of loans registered on the Duties as above: at 6 per cent 69 0 0
by balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 373 1 9
£442 1 9
The Duties on Coal, Culme and Cinders continued from 14 May 1708 to 30 Sept. 1710 [as by 45 Anne, c. 18].
Debit or Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
to receipts at the Exchequer:
1709 Xmas quarter 27,083 3 1
1710 Lady day quarter 9,409 10 2
1710 Midsummer quarter 20,540 3
1710 Michaelmas quarter 54,117 7 11
£111,150 4
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by cash transferred to the General Fond for Annuities purchased anno 1706 as per the account infra, p. xciii 111,150 4
The One Third Additional Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage continued for 98 years from 8 March 1706–7 by the Act 4–5 Anne, c. 18.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
on the part of England.
to receipts at the Exchequer in
1709 Xmas quarter 26,164 10 3
1710 Lady day quarter 18,941 6
1710 Midsummer quarter 15,807 15
1710 Michaelmas quarter 20,471 13 8
£81,385 5 9
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by cash transferred to the General Fond for Annuities purchased anno 1706 as by the account infra, p. xciii 81,385 5 9
The Two Thirds Additional Tonnage and Poundage granted for four years from 8 March 1704–5 as by 3–4 Anne, c. 3, and continued from 7 March 1708–9 to 7 March 1711–12 by the Act 6 Anne, c. 50.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 329 14 7
to receipts there in £ s. d.
1709 Xmas quarter 34,882 7 11
1710 Lady day quarter 16,512 9
1710 Midsummer quarter 24,385 9 6
1710 Michaelmas quarter 18,600 0 7
94,380 7
£94,710 2
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
by principal repaid in further part of a credit for 636,957l. 4s. 0½d. 76,469 2 6
by paid interest at 6 per cent. 15,774 10 9
92,243 13 3
balance remaining in the Exchequer 28 September 1710 2,466 9
£94,710 2
Arrears of the Duties on Leather granted for three years from 20 April 1697 by 8–9 Wm. III, c. 21.
Debit or Charge £ s. d. £ s. d.
to receipts at the Exchequer:
8 April 1710 10 0 0
8 Sept. 1710 0 4 6
10 4 6
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by [paid] interest at 7 per cent. on loans on Coals anno 1695, transferred to Leather anno 1697 10 4 6
The Duties on Whale Fins [granted by 9 Wm. III, c. 45], continued by 1 Anne, c. 7, from 10 July 1706 to 1 Aug. 1710.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 1,014 1 2
to receipts there in £ s. d.
1709 Xmas quarter 678 5 3
1710 Lady day quarter 1,041 16 3
1710 Midsummer quarter 1,512 6 5
1710 Michaelmas quarter 1,049 7 3
4,281 15 2
£5,295 16 4
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
by paid at the Exchequer to make good the Deficiencies provided for by the Act 1 Anne, c. 7:
for principal on the Register of the Third 3s. Aid anno 1699 1,000 0 0
for interest on ditto 150 9 1
1,150 9 1
paid to Nehemiah Arnold, Paymaster of the Malt Lottery Tickets anno 1697: upon account 4,130 0
5,280 9
balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 15 6
£5,295 16 4
The Duty of 5s. per piece granted by 6 Anne, c. 43, for ever on White Woollen Cloth exported [as by 6 Anne, c. 43].
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 664 7 0
to receipts there in £ s. d.
1709 Xmas quarter 130 15 6
1710 Lady day quarter 112 7 6
1710 Midsummer quarter 592 0 0
1710 Michaelmas quarter 170 17 6
1,006 0 6
£1,670 7 6
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
by paid on Annuities purchased anno 1707 to aid the Deficiency of the Fond for those Annuities as per the account infra, p. xciv 666 0 0
by [paid to] Prince Charles of Denmark on his annuity for relinquishing his pretensions to the bishopric of Eutin 958 15 0
by [paid to] Robert Walpole, Treasurer of the Navy, towards transporting Mr. Lowther's equipage to Barbados 35 5 0
1,660 0 0
balance remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 10 7 6
£1,670 7 6
The Duty of 25l. per ton on French Prize Wines granted 6 Anne from 15 March 1707–8 during the war [as by 6 Anne, c. 73, clause 11].
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 2,868 11
to receipts there in £ s. d.
1709 Xmas quarter 3,007 7 10
1710 Lady day quarter 1,612 11
1710 Midsummer quarter 1,064 0
1710 Michaelmas quarter 2,189 17
7,873 16
£10,742 7 10
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by [paid] interest of loans at 6 per cent. on the Half Subsidies and other Duties continued anno 1708 [as by 6 Anne, c. 48] 10,658 9 3
by cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 83 18 7
£10,742 7 10
The Subsidies, Impositions and Duties continued as a Fond for loans by an Act 5 Anne [6 Anne, c. 27] from 31 July 1710 to 1 August 1712.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to moneys received at the Exchequer for account of the above between 31 July 1710 and 28 Sept. 1710:
on the Subsidies of Tonnage and Poundage 22,228 12 0
on the Duties on Wines and Vinegar 1,690 13
on the Duties on Tobacco 87 2 7
on the Imposition upon East India goods 3,838 5 9
on the Additional Impositions on goods and merchandizes 2,620 15 10
on the Duties on Whale Fins 158 8
£30,623 17 8
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
by [paid] interest at 6 per cent. on loans on the Duties as above borrowed for the service of the year 1707 17,175 11 8
by cash remaining in the Exchequer at 28 Sept. 1710 on
Subsidies of Tonnage and Poundage 9,650 10 4
Wines and Vinegar, Tobacco and East India goods 2,717 6
Additional Impositions on goods and merchandizes 922 0 10
Duties on Whale Fins 158 8
13,448 6 0
£30,623 17 8
The Additional Excise of 3d. per barrel &c. granted 8 Anne, c. 12, for 32 years from 25 March 1710; as also the Additional Duties on pepper, raisins, spices and snuff granted for 32 years from 25 March 1710 [as by the same Act].
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to money received at the Exchequer for account of the abovesaid Duties between the respective commencements thereof and the 28 Sept. 1710: in
Additional 3d. Excise. Pepper, Raisins, &c.
£ s. d. £ s. d.
1710 Lady day quarter _ 205 8
1710 Midsummer quarter 4,245 18 2 7,245 7 2
1710 Michaelmas quarter 14,456 15 11 4,608 14
18,702 14 1 12,059 10 7
18,702 14 1
£30,762 4 8
Memorandum:
By this Act the stock of pepper in hand on the 8th of February 1709–10 being for sale is charged at 1s. 6d. per 1b.
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 towards answering Annuities for 32 years from Michaelmas 1710 30,762 4 8
REVENUE: ANALYSIS. EXCISE.
The Hereditary and Temporary Excise: on the part of England.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
to receipts per Henry Meriton, late Cashier of this revenue, and Edward Pauncefort, who succeeded him: to wit between 26 Sept. 1709 and 25 Sept. 1710: in
1709 Xmas quarter 103,032 16
1710 Lady day quarter 107,305 11
1710 Midsummer quarter 110,740 3
1710 Michaelmas quarter 113,821 4 6
434,899 15
to be deducted:
paid on account of management, as per contra below 14,180 7
leaving net £420,719 7 9
whereof
to pay Annuities charged on the 3,700l. per week of Excise 192,400 0 0
to the Civil List 228,319 7 9
£420,719 7 9
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
by paid by the [two] respective Cashiers [of Excise] as above according to their weekly certificates in that behalf:
for account of the Queen's Civil List.
to the Duke of Northumberland on his pension 3,000 0 0
to the Duke of Southampton on the like 3,000 0 0
to the Duchess of Grafton on the like 1,000 0 0
to her son the Duke of Grafton on the like 2,000 0 0
9,000 0 0
for account of management [of the said Excise] as to so much of the charge thereof as is borne out of this branch of Excise and brought to account as paid in the said weekly certificates:
for salaries to officers 11,969 10
for incidents 2,197 2 2
to repay overcharges 0 4 6
for allowances on exportations 13 10
14,180 7
[by sums] paid into the Exchequer according to the weekly certificates:
for the Civil List. for the 3,700l. per week.
£ s. d. £ s. d.
in 1709 Xmas quarter 47,776 0 11 48,100 0 0
1710 Lady day quarter 51,540 18 48,100 0 0
1710 Midsummer quarter 58,194 0 48,100 0 0
1710 Michaelmas quarter. 61,808 8 2 48,100 0 0
219,319 7 9 192,400 0 0
219,319 7 9
411,719 7 9
£434,899 15
Memorandum:
The Exchequer is made Debtor for the sums certified to be paid in there (1) on the 3,700l. per week and (2) on the Civil List as by the two particular accounts following.
The Exchequer in account for the weekly 3,700l. of Excise out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise as in the above account.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to the Remain in cash at Michaelmas 1708 78,802 14
to the sum total of the weekly payments between 26 Sept. 1709 and 25 Sept. 1710, as per the aforegoing account 192,400 0 0
£271,202 14
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
by paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer to the uses following:
to sundry persons on Annuities on one life 17,237 2 6
to sundry persons on Annuities for two lives 7,746 0 0
to sundry persons on Annuities for three lives 2,362 3 4
to sundry persons on Annuities for 99 years 123,346 15
150,692 1
by paid to rewards to officers, to wit:
the Auditor of the Receipt at 590l. per an. 590 0 0
the Clerk of the Pells at 280l. per an 280 0 0
the four Tellers at 560l. per an. 560 0 0
1,430 0 0
[by paid] to sundry on Annuities called Bankers' Annuities redeemable by Parliament 37,945 11 1
by balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 81,135 1
£271,202 14
The Exchequer in account for the Hereditary and Temporary Excise paid in there for the Civil [List or the Civil] Government:
Debit or Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 6,657 14
to the total of the payments certified to be made at [into] the Receipt of the Exchequer for [account of] the Civil Government between 26 Sept. 1709 and 25 Sept. 1710, as by the account of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise, supra, p. li 219,319 7 9
to receipts at the Exchequer on the part of Scotland: viz. in
1709 Xmas quarter 289 9
1710 Lady day quarter _
1710 Midsummer quarter _
1710 Michaelmas quarter _
289 9
£226,266 11 4
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer to the uses following: viz.:
For the Civil List.
to Francis, Lord Ryalton, Cofferer of the Household: upon account 17,234 15
to John, Lord Fitz Hardinge, Treasurer of the Chamber: upon account 3,036 1 11
to John, Duke of Montague, Master of the Great Wardrobe: upon account 1,600 0 0
to the Robes, per Mrs. Rachel Thomas 2,000 0 0
to Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the Works: upon account 1,254 18
to Foreign Ministers, on the Ordinary and Extraordinary allowances 7,331 12 0
to the Duke of Somerset, Master of the Horse, for the Extraordinaries of the Stables: upon account 1,500 0 0
to Fees and Salaries [payable at the Exchequer] 32,769 5 4
to Pensions and Annuities [payable at the Exchequer] 2,677 8
to Spencer Compton [as the Paymaster] for Charities &c. authorised by her Majesty 27,745 17 7
to the Band of [Gentlemen] Pensioners, per William Smith, Paymaster [of the said Band] 2,342 6
to several as of her Majesty's Royal Bounty 9,143 12 0
to Charles, Earl of Sunderland, late Principal Secretary of State, for Secret Service 2,905 9 7
to Henry Boyle, Principal Secretary of State: for Secret Service 1,250 0 0
to James, Duke of Queensberry, Principal Secretary of State: for Secret Service 750 0 0
to William Lowndes: for Secret Service 10,650 0 0
to jewels, or presents in lieu of jewels, to Foreign Ministers 1,404 0 0
to Samuel Smithen, her Majesty's Goldsmith, for plate 2,000 0 0
to the Privy Purse, per Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough 13,825 0 0
to Contingencies of divers natures 6,389 8 10¾
to Henry Scobell on account of the tin affair 15,000 0 0
to Robert Corker, succeeding the said Scobell, on the same account 25,330 5 0
to sundry services relating to Scotland 2,680 13 7
For Public Services. 220,820 15 2
on Annuities purchased anno 1707 to aid the Deficiency of the Fond for the said Annuities as per the account infra, p. xciv 3,108 10 0
223,929 5 2
balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 2,337 6 2
£226,266 11 4
The 9d. per barrel Excise for 16 years from 17 May 1697 [as by the Act 5 Wm. and Mary, c. 5].
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 79,049 6 9
to receipts there on the part of England in £ s. d.
1709 Xmas quarter 32,538 3 11½
1710 Lady day quarter 33,877 5
1710 Midsummer quarter 35,022 4 10
1710 Michaelmas quarter 37,155 10
on the part of Scotland in 138,593 4
1709 Xmas quarter 1,841 13
1710 Lady day quarter 1,397 14 3
1710 Midsummer quarter 1,162 6
1710 Michaelmas quarter 1,107 12
5,509 6
£223,151 18 0
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by [paid to] the [respective] Adventurers to the Million Lottery, per the hands of Sir John Humble, Paymaster [of the said Lottery] 134,202 14 10¼
by cash transferred to the Fond for Annuities purchased anno 1707 as by the account infra, p. xciv, being the overplus of this branch [of the revenue of the Crown] computed at 25 March 1710 13,058 2
147,260 17 7
balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 75,891 0 5
£223,151 18 0
Memorandum:
The income on [from] this Fond from and after Michaelmas 1710 (all the Lottery Annuities being first satisfied) is by an Act 4 Anne. c. 18, cl. 6, appropriated for a long term towards the Fond for Annuities purchased anno 1706.
The Hereditary 9d. per barrel Excise commencing from 17 May 1696 [for the Bank of England and for Annuities for one, two or three lives: as by 5 Wm. and Mary, c. 20].
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 26,031 18
to receipts at the Exchequer on the part of England in
On the Two Sevenths. On the Five Sevenths.
£ s. d. £ s. d.
1709 Xmas quarter 8,713 17 21,784 14 3
1710 Lady day quarter 9,353 4 2 23,383 1 0
1710 Midsummer quarter 9,726 0 9 24,315 2 7
1710 Michaelmas quarter 10,221 16 25,554 10
38,014 18 7 95,037 8
133,052 7
on the part of Scotland in
1709 Xmas quarter 526 3 10½ 1,315 9 9
1710 Lady day quarter 399 6 11 998 7 4
1710 Midsummer quarter 332 1 830 4 7
1710 Michaelmas quarter 113 3 3 282 18 2
1,370 15 10 3,426 19 10
4,797 15 8
£163,882 1 4
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
out of the Five Sevenths.
by paid to the Bank of England on her annuity of 100,000l. 99,980 2
by cash transferred to the Fond for Annuities purchased anno 1707 as by the account infra, p. xciv: being the overplus of this branch [of the revenue of the Crown] computed at 1 June 1710 2,121 14 0
102,101 16
out of the Two Sevenths.
by [paid] Annuities for one, two and three lives 35,401 4
by [paid] rewards to officers, to wit the Auditor of the Receipt on 150l. per an. 150 0 0
by cash trasnferred to the Fond for Annuities purchased anno 1707 as by the account infra, p. xciv, being the overplus of this branch of the Revenue &c., ut supra 3,364 7 10
38,915 12
Carried forward £141,017 8 2
Brought forward 141,017 8 2
balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 22,864 13 2
£163,882 1 4
Additional 9d. per barrel Excise for 99 years from 25 Jan. 1692–3 [as by 4 Wm. and Mary, c. 3, and 5 Wm. and Mary, c. 5].
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 64,413 15
on the part of England.
£ s. d.
to receipts there in
1709 Xmas quarter 30,498 11
1710 Lady day quarter 32,736 5 2
1710 Midsummer quarter 34,044 13
1710 Michaelmas quarter 35,776 7 6
133,055 18 0
on the part of Scotland.
1709 Xmas quarter 1,841 13
1710 Lady day quarter 1,397 14 3
1710 Midsummer quarter 1,162 6
1710 Michaelmas quarter 396 1
4,797 15
£202,267 9 7
Memorandum.
In the income [receipts] of this Duty there is included the sum of 3l. 10s. 0d. paid back in Midsummer quarter to rectify overpayment on the Annuities as below; so that in any statement to be made thereof it will be proper to lessen the receipts, as also the payments to Annuities, by the said sum of 3l. 10s. 0d.
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
by [paid to] several [annuitants] on Annuities at 14 per cent. 122,605 0
by ditto more at 7 per cent. with advantage of survivorship 7,507 11
130,112 11
by paid rewards to officers: to wit:
the Auditor of the Receipt at 500l. per an. 500 0 0
the Clerk of the Pells at 400l. per an. 400 0 0
the four Tellers of the Exchequer at 300l. per an. 300 0 0
Samuel Edwyn, Usher of the Receipt, for necessaries supplied 592 7 10
1,792 7 10
by cash transferred to the Fond for Annuities purchased anno 1707 as by the account infra, p. xciv, being the overplus of the branch of the Revenue computed at 24 June 1710 8,990 17
140,895 16 8
balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer at 28 Sept. 1710 61,371 12 11
£202,267 9 7
REVENUE: ANALYSIS. EXCISE (MALT).
Arrears on Sundry Branches of Excise long since determined.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 (of the One Third Double Ninepence Excise) 26 4
to receipts from the One Third Double 9d. Excise ended 17 May 1697 [granted by 2 Wm. and Mary, Sess. 2, c. 10, for four years from 17 Nov. 1691 to 17 Nov. 1695 and prolonged by the Poll Act 3 Wm. and Mary, c. 6, to 17 May 1697].
to receipts between 29 Sept. 1709 and 28 Sept. 1710 for arrears of Hereditary and Temporary Excise incurred before the late King William's death: £ s. d.
in the week ended 2 Dec. 1709 12 10 0
in the week ended 31 March 1710 12 10 0
in the week ended 30 June 1710 12 10 0
in the week ended 28 Sept. 1710 5 4 1
42 14 1
£68 18
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
Out of the arrears of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise.
by paid to Thomas Newport, Esq., Secretary to the Earl of Bradford [Cofferer to the late King], towards debts due in the [said] Cofferer's office 37 10 0
by cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710;
of the One Third Double 9d. Excise 26 4
of the arrears of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 5 4 1
£68 18
Arrears of the Duties on Malt, Mum, Cider and Perry on the several grants hereunder mentioned.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer at 28 Sept. 1709:
of the grant 13 Wm., c. 5, from 9 March 1701–2 to 24 June 1703 pro anno 1702 31 18
of the grant 5 Anne [6 Anne, c. 38] from 23 June 1707 to 24 June 1708 pro anno 1707 1812, 17
of the grant 6 Anne [7 Anne, c. 3] from 23 June 1708 to 24 June 1709 pro anno 1708 8,905 15 4
10,750 11 5
receipts at the Exchequer for arrears on the several grants between 28 Sept, 1709 and 28 Sept. 1710:
on the grant 4 Anne [c. 5] from 23 June 1706 to 24 June 1707 pro anno 1706 in 1709 Xmas quarter 202 9 8
on the grant 6 Anne [7 Anne, c. 3, as above] pro anno 1708:
in 1709 Xmas quarter 4,138 6
in 1710 Lady day quarter 3,704 10 10½
in 1710 Midsummer quarter 539 10 2
in 1710 Michaelmas quarter: on the part of Scotland 17 6 10½
8,399 14
Carried forward 19,352 15
£ s. d. £ s. d.
Brought forward 19,352 15
on the grant 13 Wm. III, c. 5, from 9 March 1701–2 to 24 June 1703 pro anno 1702:
in 1710 Lady day quarter 33 7
on the grant 1 Anne [St. 2, c. 3] from 23 June 1703 to 24 June 1704 pro anno 1703:
in 1710 Lady day quarter 37 2 3
in 1710 Midsummer quarter 10 0 0
47 2 3
on the grant 2–3 Anne, c. 2, from 23 June 1704 to 24 June 1705 pro anno 1704: in 1710 Lady day quarter 28 12 0
on the grant 3–4 Anne, c. 3, from 23 June 1705 to 24 June 1706 pro anno 1705: in 1710 Lady day quarter 19 14 1
on the grant 5 Anne [6 Anne, c. 38] from 23 June 1707 to 24 June 1708 pro anno 1707:
in 1710 Lady day quarter 363 5 11
in 1710 Midsummer quarter 360 12
in 1710 Michaelmas quarter 15 3
739 1 7
£20,220 13 2
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Malt anno 1702.
by [paid to] Sir Thomas Littleton, late Treasurer of the Navy, towards the quota for wages [of seamen] anno 1702 31 18
by [paid to] Robert Walpole, present Treasurer of the Navy, towards the same quota 33 7
65 6 4
Malt anno 1703.
by [paid to] Robert Walpole, Treasurer of the Navy, towards the quota for wages anno 1703 37 2 3
more [to same] for account of the quota for Wear and Tear anno 1703 10 0 0
47 2 3
Malt anno 1704.
by [paid to] Robert Walpole as above towards the quota for wages anno 1704 28 12 0
Malt anno 1705.
by [paid to] John Howe for account of Guards and Garrisons anno 1705 19 14 1
Malt anno 1706.
by [paid to] Sir Thomas Littleton [late Treasurer of the Navy] to aid the quota for wages anno 1702 (the quota for wages anno 1706 being complete) 202 9 8
Malt anno 1707.
by paid to Sir Thomas Littleton to aid the quota for wages anno 1702 (the quota for wages anno 1707 being complete) 1,753 9
by [paid to] Robert Walpole, present Treasurer of the Navy, to aid the quota for Wear and Tear anno 1702 190 10 11½
more [to same] to aid the quota for wages anno 1702 (the quota for wages anno 1707 being complete) 363 5 11
2,307 6 3
Carried forward £2,670 10 7
£ s. d. £ s. d.
Brought forward 2,670 10 7
Malt anno 1708.
by [paid] principal repaid on the [Loan] Register for this Duty 10,650 0 0
by [paid] interest at 5 per cent. 2,792 4 2
by [paid to] Robert Walpole, the Treasurer of the Navy, towards the quota for Wear and Tear anno 1708 62 11
more [to same] to aid the quota for wages anno 1702 (the quota for wages anno 1708 being completed) 3,783 7
17,288 3 1
19,958 13 8
by balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710:
of the Duties on Malt for the year 1707 244 12
of the Duties on Malt for the year 1708 17 6 10½
261 19 6
£20,220 13 2
Memorandum:
The several payments to the publique Offices are out of what the grants produced after all loans thereupon and interest were satisfied, or the Deficiencies transferred to succeeding grants.
Malt Duty 7 Anne for the year 1709 as by 7 Anne, c. 3, continued from 23 June 1709 to 24 June 1710.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 314 0
to receipts there in £ s. d.
1709 Xmas quarter 8,810 9 7
1710 Lady day quarter 92,061 17
1710 Midsummer quarter 188,097 10 5
1710 Michaelmas quarter 156,706 11
445,676 8 9
on the part of Scotland 27 7
£446,016 17 0
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
by [paid] principal of loans registered on Malt anno 1707 transferred to Malt anno 1709 134,565 0 10
[by paid] interest at 5 per cent. 4,016 11 2
138,581 12 0
by [paid] principal of loans registered on Malt 1709 after the [abovesaid] transference 282,682 15 4
[by paid] interest at 6 per cent. 29,215 11 6
291,898 6 10
430,479 18 10
by balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 15,536 18 2
£446,016 17 0
REVENUE: ANALYSIS. EXCISE (SWEETS).
Malt Duties 8 Anne, c., for the year 1710 continuing the like Duties on Malt, Mum, Cider and Perry from 23 June 1710 to 24 June 1711.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
the receipts at the Exchequer between the 24 June 1710 and 28 Sept. 1710 276 11
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
by paid interest of loans on Malt anno 1708 transferred to Malt anno 1710: at 5 per cent. 18 15 0
by balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 257 16
£276 11
The 36s. per barrel of Sweets granted 5 Anne [6 Anne, c. 2] for 99 years from 24 March 1706–7.
The Duties on Low Wines and Spirits of the first Extraction [continued by 6 Anne, c. 2] for 96 years from 23 June 1710.
The Duties on Hawkers, Pedlars and Petty Chapmen [continued by 6 Anne, c. 2] for 96 years from 23 June 1710.
The Stamp Duties on Vellum, Parchment and Paper [continued by 6 Anne, c. 2] for 96 years from 31 July 1710.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
on Sweets.
receipt at the Exchequer in
1709 Xmas quarter 174 17
1710 Lady day quarter 212 2 10
1710 Midsummer quarter 88 1
1710 Michaelmas quarter 193 10
668 11 11½
on Low Wines &c.
in 1710 Michaelmas quarter 2,743 18 7
on Hawkers and Pedlars.
in 1710 Michaelmas quarter 6,000 0 0
on Stamp Duties.
in 1710 Michaelmas quarter 3,357 9 7
£12,770 0
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by cash transferred to the Fond for Annuities purchased anno 1707 as by the account infra, p. xciv £12,770 0
The 12d. per bushel on Salt granted 7–8 Wm. III, c. 31, for ever.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 15,730 11 8
to receipts there in £ s. d.
1709 Xmas quarter 12,310 9
1710 Lady day quarter 8,461 18
1710 Midsummer quarter 7,976 10 1
1710 Michaelmas quarter 22,620 14 1
51,369 12 8
£67,100 4 4
REVENUE: ANALYSIS. EXCISE (SALT).
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
by paid on sundry Deficiencies:
on the Deficiencies provided for by 8–9 Wm. III, c. 20, called the First General Mortgage [or Deficiency Act], on the [loan] Register for the Duties on Salt granted anno 1696:
for principal 700 0 0
for interest 163 9 1
863 9 1
on the Deficiencies provided for by the Act of 1 Anne, c. 7, called the Second General Mortgage [or Deficiencies Act].
by paid on the [Loan] Register for the Duty of 20 per cent. on paper for taking in wrought plate:
for principal 800 0 0
for interest 30 2 0
on the [Loan] Register for the Third Quarterly Poll granted anno 1698:
for interest 1,246 0 0
on the [Loan] Register for the Third 4s. Aid granted anno 1699:
for principal 2,000 0 0
(making together 2,800l. for principal and 1,386l. 8s. 9d. for interest) 4,186 8 9
by paid to Nehemiah Arnold, Paymaster of the Malt Lottery Tickets: upon account 54,964 13 10
60,014 11 8
balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 7,085 12 8
£67,100 4 4
The 28d. per bushel on Salt from 25 Dec. 1699 for ever [as by 9 Wm. III, c. 44], together with the Additional Stamp Duties from 1 Aug. 1698 [as by 9–10 Wm. III, c. 25].
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 19,520 11 4
on Salt.
to receipts there in £ s. d.
1709 Xmas quarter 28,724 9 6
1710 Lady day quarter 19,403 8 4
1710 Midsummer quarter 18,477 13
1710 Michaelmas quarter 52,781 13 7
119,387 5
on Stamp Duties. £ s. d.
1709 Xmas quarter 9,697 10
1710 Lady day quarter 9,040 17 4
1710 Midsummer quarter 10,323 12 5
1710 Michaelmas quarter 11,658 18 10
40,720 18
£179,628 15 4
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by paid to the English Company trading to India in a joint stock: on the annuity of 160,000l. per an. 179,455 7 3
by cash transferred to the Fond for Annuities purchased anno 1707 as by the account infra, p. xciv: being the overplus of this [present Salt Duty] Fond computed on the 29th Sept. 1709 65 4 1
by balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 108 4 0
£179,628 15 4
REVENUE: ANALYSIS. STAMPS AND CANDLES.
The Duty on Stamped Vellum, Parchment and Paper continued by 1 Anne, c. 7, from 31 July 1706 to 1 Aug. 1710.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 2,986 3
to receipts there in £ s. d.
1709 Xmas quarter 9,461 4
1710 Lady day quarter 8,810 18 11½
1710 Midsummer quarter 11,106 2 7
1710 Michaelmas quarter 8,759 10
38,137 16 10½
£41,124 0 5
Credit or Discharge £ s. d. £ s. d.
by payments on the Second General Mortgage 1 Anne, c. 7:
by paid on [Loan] Register of the First 3s. Aid granted anno 1697:
for principal 5,800 0 0
for interest 1,655 17 8
7,455 17 8
[on the Loan Register] for Coals granted anno 1695, transferred to the Duties on Leather anno 1697:
for principal 5,000 0 0
for interest 170 17 3
5,170 17 3
[on the Loan Register] for the Third Quarterly Poll granted anno 1698:
for principal 1,200 0 0
for interest 32 12 7
1,232 12 7
by paid to Nehemiah Arnold, Paymaster of the Malt Lottery Tickets, for the year 1697 upon account 26,564 12 11
by balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 200 0 0
£41,124 0 5
Duties upon Candles granted for five years from 1 May 1710: together with the rates on moneys given with clerks and apprentices for the same time.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
to cash for the neat produce of these Duties answered at the Receipt of the Exchequer between 1 May 1710 and 28 Sept. 1710:
on Candles.
between 1 May 1710 and 30 June 1710 1,282 0
between 30 June 1710 and 28 Sept. 1710 7,783 4
9,065 4 8
on Apprentices.
between 1 May 1710 and 30 June 1710 99 7
between 30 June 1710 and 28 Sept. 1710 439 12 6
538 19
£9,604 4
Memorandum:
The sellers or dealers in Candles are subjected to the Duties of 4s. per pound for wax candles and a halfpenny per pound for tallow candles for their stock in hand on the 1 May 1710.
REVENUE: ANALYSIS. POST OFFICE.
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
by principal repaid in part of a credit for 500,000l. 8,000 0 0
by paid interest at 6 per cent. 152 6 2
8,152 6 2
balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 1,451 18
£9,604 4
The Revenue of the Post Office.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to the Remain in the hands of Stephen Lilly, the Receiver of the Post Office, at 28 Sept. 1709 195 7 8
to moneys received by him for the gross £ s. d.
produce of the revenue thereof in
1709 Xmas quarter 28,688 14 5
1710 Lady day quarter 28,832 7 5
1710 Midsummer quarter 27,923 12 8
1710 Michaelmas quarter 26,017 3 1
111,461 7 7
£111,657 5 3
£ s. d.
The gross receipts as above 111,461 17 7
paid on account of management as below 49,455 2 6
rest neat £62,006 15 1
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
by paid by the Receiver General of this Revenue for the uses following according to his weekly certificates in that behalf:
for account of the Civil List.
to the Duchess of Cleveland and her executors after her decease: on her pension 3,175 0 0
to the Dukes of Northumberland and Grafton on the same pension after the decease of the Duchess on 4,700l. per an. 2,350 0 0
to the Duke of Schomberg: on 5,000l. per an. 5,000 0 0
to the Duke of Leeds: on 3,500l. per an. 3,500 0 0
to the Duke of Marlborough: on 5,000l. per an. 5,000 0 0
to the Duke of Queensberry and Dover: on 3,000l. per an. 3,000 0 0
to the Earl of Rochester: on 4,000l. per an. 4,000 0 0
to the Earl of Seafield: on 3,000l. per an. 3,000 0 0
to the Earl of Mar: on 3,000l. per an. 3,000 0 0
to the Earl of Pembroke: on 3,000l. per an. 5,250 0 0
to William, Lord Cowper, late Lord Chancellor of Great Britain: on 4,000l. per an. 4,000 0 0
to Guy Palmes: on 1,000l. per an. 1,500 0 0
to Lieut. Gen. Webb: on 1,000l. per an. 750 0 0
to William Brocket, Esq.: on 400l. per an. 400 0 0
to the widow of Titus Oates: on 300l. per an. 300 0 0
Carried forward 44,225 0 0
Brought forward 44,225 0 0
to the widow of Dr. Johnson: on 300l. per an. 300 0 0
to Charles Osborn, Esq.: on 200l. per an. 200 0 0
to the University of Edinburgh: on 210l. per an. 210 0 0
to the University of Glasgow: on 210l. per an. 210 0 0
45,145 0 0
for account of management [of the Post Office].
for salaries and wages to officers 8,687 14 3
for incidents 4,977 7 2
for letters returned 304 14 4
for charge of packet boats 35,485 6 9
49,455 2 6
by paid into the Exchequer as by weekly certificates: in
1709 Xmas quarter 5,000 0 0
1710 Lady day quarter 5,948 13 5
1710 Midsummer quarter 3,000 0 0
1710 Michaelmas quarter 3,000 0 0
16,948 13 5
Memorandum:
The Exchequer is made Debtor for these payments by a particular account as below: and the disposition thereof appears thereby.
by balance in the Post Office Receiver's hands on the 25 Sept. 1710 108 9 4
£111,657 5 3
The Exchequer in account for the revenue of the Post Office paid in there for the Civil Government.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 1,000 0 0
to the sum total of the payments appearing by the Receiver General's certificates to have been made at the Exchequer between 26 Sept. 1709 and 25 Sept. 1710 according to the above account 16,948 13 5
£17,948 13 5
Credit or Discharge £ s. d.
by paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer to the uses following:
for the Civil List.
to Francis, Lord Ryalton, Cofferer of the Household: upon account 1,730 5 0
to John, Lord Fitz Hardinge, Treasurer of the Chamber: upon account 1,500 0 0
to John, Duke of Montagu, Master of the Great Wardrobe: upon account 1,500 0 0
to Spencer Compton, Esq., for charities &c. authorised by her Majesty 2,500 0 0
to William Lowndes: for Secret Service 2,000 0 0
to the Privy Purse: per Sarah, Duchesss of Marlborough 2,448 13 5
to Henry Scobell, Esq.: on account of the tin affair 2,000 0 0
to Robert Corker, succeeding the said Scobell: on account of ditto 3,269 15 0
to services relating to Scotland 800 0 0
Carried forward 17,748 13 5
REVENUE: ANALYSIS. 4½ PER CENT DUTY: AND COINAGE DUTY.
£ s. d.
Brought forward 17,748 13 5
for public services.
on Annuities purchased anno 1707: to aid the Deficiency of the Fond [for the said Anniities] as per the account infra, p. xciv 200 0 0
£17,948 13 5
The Duty of Four and a Half per cent. from Barbados to the Leeward Islands.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 227 15
to receipts there in £ s. d.
1709 Xmas quarter 500 17 1
1710 Midsummer quarter 2,444 14 0
2,945 11 1
£3,173 6
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by [paid to] the Earl of Kinnoul on a perpetuity 750 0 0
by [paid to] Milford Crow, Esq., on his allowances as late Governor of Barbados 1,373 6
by [paid to] Daniel Park, Esq., Governor of the Leeward Islands: on his allowances 900 0 0
by [paid to] John Yeomans, Lieutenant Governor of Antigua: on his allowances 50 0 0
by [paid to] Anthony Hodges, Esq., Lieutenant Governor of Montserrat: on his allowances 50 0 0
by [paid to] Walter Hamilton, Lieutenant Governor of St. Christopher: on his allowances 50 0 0
£3,173 6
Coinage Duty for the Mint, being 10s. per ton on wines imported [as by 18 Car. II, c. 5, continued by 4 Wm. and Mary, c. 24, and 13–14 Wm. III, c. 11, and 4–5 Anne, c. 9].
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 351 9
to receipts there in £ s. d.
1709 Xmas quarter 3,611 16 5
1710 Lady day quarter 1,455 0 5
1710 Midsummer quarter 2,938 10
8,005 7
£8,356 16 6
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by [paid to] Sir Isaac Newton, Master and Worker of the Mint: upon account [for the Coinage] 7,764 14
by [paid to] Robert Weddle for charges in prosecuting counterfeiters 240 12 10
8,005 7
balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 351 9
£8,356 16 6
REVENUE: ANALYSIS. HACKNEY COACHES REVENUE.
Revenue by licensing Hackney Coaches: granted for 21 years from 24 June 1694 [by 5–6 Wm. and Mary, c. 22].
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 1,363 0 11¾
to receipts there in £ s. d.
1710 Lady day quarter 400 0 0
1710 Midsummer quarter 350 0 0
1710 Michaelmas quarter 917 19 2
1,667 19 2
£3,031 0
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
by [paid to] Robert Walpole, Treasurer of the Navy, for the charge of transporting Col. Spotswood and [his] equipage to Virginia 242 0 0
by ditto more towards the like charge of transport for Robert Lowther and his equipage to Barbados 233 16
475 16
by [paid to] Prince Charles of Denmark on his grant in lieu of pretensions to the bishopric of Eutin 385 5 5
by [paid or transferred to] Annuities anno 1707 to aid the Deficiency of the Fond [for the said Annuities] as per the account thereof, infra, p. xciv 1,363 0 11¾
2,224 2
balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 806 17
£3,031 0
[Small Branches and Casual Revenues of the Crown.]
Debit or Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709: viz.:
of Tenths of the clergy 160 12
of seizures [of uncustomed and prohibited goods] 3 5 8
of the sale of tin 1,072 10 4
of brewers' forfeitures 7 13
of the rents of the Savoy Hospital 2,146 14 6
3,390 16 4
to receips of money arisen by Small Branches and Casualties between 28 Sept. 1709 and 28 Sept. 1710:
First Fruits (whereof 2,250l. by tallies of assignment) 2,596 5 0
Tenths of the clergy (whereof 7,250l. by tallies of assignment) 7,699 0 1
fines on Alienations (whereof 1,000l. tallies of assignment) 1,000 0 0
revenue of Wine Licences 1,900 0 0
sheriffs' proffers (whereof 1l. 3s. 4d. for the late King's [arrears of] debts and 1,159l. 15s. 1d. for other [the present Queen's] uses 1,160 18 5
compositions [in the Exchequer] 3 6 8
Seizures (on the part of England) 10,377 11
ditto (on the part of Scotland) 3,217 17
Carried forward 27,954 19 1
REVENUE: ANALYSIS. CASUAL REVENUE.
£ s. d. £ s. d.
Brought forward 27,954 19 1 3,390 16 4
Land Revenue: to wit:
Fines of Leases 760 3 4
rent and other incomes [reserved] out of lands to the Crown 858 17 5
the value of timber delivered [out of royal forests] to the Navy as per certificate in that behalf from the Surveyor General of her Majesty's Woods, Trent South, in this year 3,954 2 2
rents [reserved] on grant 33 6 8
Fines and Forfeitures 625 0 0
brewers' forfeitures on the Acts for Excise 108 11 11
more by like forfeitures in Scotland 41 4 0
forfeitures by chandlers on the Act for the Candle Duty 0 10 9
profits of the Hanaper (whereof 37l. 4s. 7d. by tallies of assignment) 37 4 7
sale of the Queen's tin 88,600 0 0
rents belonging to the Savoy Hospital 262 16 2
to complete the purchase of a fee farm rent contracted for by the Earl of St. Albans in 1676 553 0 0
the Queen's share of a debt recovered from the Crown of Portugal 7,922 6
imprest money repaid per Charles Fox as late Paymaster General of the Forces [Abroad] 15 4 7
Prize money: being captors' shares uncalled for 6,000 0 0
the executors of Sir Edward Seymour; being the balance of his account as [former] Treasurer of the Navy 3,390 0
141,117 7 4
£144,508 3 8
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by paid to several uses and services following: viz.:
to the Queen's Civil List.
to Lord Ryalton, Cofferer of the Household: 1,190l. out of Seizures; 5l. out of Fines of leases; 201l. 0s. 10½d. out of Land Revenue; 600l. out of Wine Licences 2,296 0 10½
to the Treasurer of the Chamber [Visct. Fitz Hardinge]: 175l. 2s. 4d. out of Seizures; 538l. 14s. 4d. out of [Sheriffs'] Proffers; 55l. out of Fines of Leases; 13l. 6s. 8d. out of rents or grants 782 3 4
to the Master of the Great Wardrobe [Duke of Montague]: 600l. out of Seizures; 9l. 6s. 8d. out of [Sheriffs'] Proffers 609 6 8
to the Paymaster of the Works: 150l. out of Seizures; 21l. 1s. 4d. out of [Sheriffs'] proffers; 217l. 3s. 6d. out of Fines of leases 388 4 10
to Foreign Ministers: 794l. 1s. 6d. out of Seizures; 180l. out of [Sheriffs'] proffers; 15l. out of Fines of leases; 25l. out of Fines and Forfeitures; 600l. out of Wine Licences 1,614 1 6
to Fees and Salaries [payable at the Exchequer]: 1,835l 1s. 4d. out of Seizures; 55l. 17s. 1d. out of [Sheriffs'] proffers; 10l. out of Fines of leases; 3s. 4d. out of Land Revenue; 37l. 4s. 7d. out of Profits of the Hanaper 1,938 6 4
to Pensions and Annuities [payable at the Exchequer]: 2,250l. out of First Fruits; 7,250l. out of Tenths; 484l. 1s. 10½d. out of Seizures; 1,000l. out of [Fines on] Alienations 10,984 1 10½
Carried forward 18,612 5 5
Brought forward 18,612 5 5
to Spencer Compton, Esq., for [the Queen's private] charities: 200l. out of Seizures; 30l. out of [Sheriffs'] proffers; 7,922l. 6s. 6½d. out of the debt from Portugal 8,152 6
to [Royal] Bounties: 245l. 16s. 4d. out of Seizures; 33l. 1s. 4d. out of [Sheriffs'] proffers; 20l. 3s. 4d. out of Fines of leases; 600l. out of Fines and Forfeitures; 2l. 13s. 4d. out of Compositions [in the Exchequer] 901 14 4
to the Band of [Gentlemen] Pensioners: out of Land Revenue 657 13
to William Lowndes for Secret Service: 300l. out of Seizures; 700l. out of Wine Licences 1,000 0 0
to the Privy Purse: out of Seizures 1,400 0 0
to her Majesty's Goldsmith for plate: 85l. 1s. 0d. out of Seizures; 204l. 18s. 4d. out of [Sheriffs'] proffers; 10l. out of rents on grants 299 19 4
to jewels or presents in lieu of jewels: out of Seizures 144 0 0
to Contingencies: 1,876l. 2s. 11¾d. out of Seizures; 66l. 10s. 0d. out of [Sheriffs'] Proffers; 75l. out of Fines of leases; 10l. out of rents on grants 2,027 12 11¾
to Robert Corker on account of the tin affair: 3,400l. 0s. 8d. out of Seizures; 20l. 6s. 0d. out of [Sheriffs'] proffers; 180l. out of Fines of leases; 13s. 4d. out of Compositions 3,601 0 0
for account of the late King William's [Civil List] debts: out of Queen Anne's Civil List: to the executors of the Earl of Bradford for arrears due in the [said Earl's] Office of Cofferer [to Wm. III]: out of Fines of leases 182 16 6
for public services.
to the Navy per Robert Walpole [Treasurer thereof] in aid of the quota for wages anno 1702: 15l. 4s. 7d. out of Imprest money repaid by Charles Fox 15 4 7
to ditto more for Wear and Tear anno 1710, being the value of timber delivered out of her Majesty's Forest this year 3,954 2 2
to Guards and Garrisons to aid the service thereof anno 1706: out of brewers' forfeitures 149 15 11
to Annuities purchased anno 1707 in aid of the Deficiency of the Fond [for the said Annuities as per the account infra, p. xciv: out of brewers' forfeitures 7 13
to Edward Barker, Esq., Treasurer for the Queen's Bounty for augmenting poor livings: 346l. 5s. 0d. out of First Fruits; 565l. 8s. 3d. out of Tenths of the Clergy 911 13 3
for other services not reducible to the aforegoing heads.
to the executors of the Earl of St. Albans for a debt owing from Charles II: out of money paid by themselves for a fee farm rent contracted for by the said Earl in 1676 553 0 0
to Lieut. Gen. Seymour in full of pretences as Commander in Chief of the Marines: out of Sir Edward Seymour's [Navy Treasurer account] balance 2,000 0 0
to [repayment of] loans on tin: 87,039l. 2s. 7d. for principal [of loan money], out of [money realised by the sale of] tin; 354l. 10s. 4d. for [payment of] interest, out of same 87,393 12 11
for the late King William's [Civil List] Debts: out of arrears of his [Civil List] revenue.
for debts in the [said King's] Cofferer's Office by the hands of Thomas Newport: out of [Sheriffs'] Proffers 1 3 4
131,965 13
balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710:
viz. of £ s. d.
Tenths of the Clergy 44 4
Seizures 419 6
sales of tin 2,278 19 5
rents of the Savoy Hospital 2,409 10 8
[unclaimed] captors' shares of prizes 6,000 0 0
balance of Sir Edward Seymour's Navy account 1,390 0
chandler's forfeitures 0 10 9
12,542 10
£144,508 3 8
REVENUE: ANALYSIS. EXCHEQUER BILLS: PAPER DUTY.
To the above account there is appended a loose paper as follows:
£ s. d.
An account of her Majesty's timber delivered to the use of the Navy between Michaelmas 1709 and Michaelmas 1710:
in New Forest, 906 loads and 23 foot of oak valued at 3l. 10s. 0d. per load 3,172 12 2
in ditto, 310 loads of beech valued at 2l. 5s. 0d. per load 697 10 0
in Rockingham Forest, 24 loads of oak valued at 3l. 10s. 0d. per load 84 0 0
£3,954 2 2
(Signed) Edward Wilcox.
The Fonds granted 7 and 8 Wm. III, c. 31, for Cancelling Exchequer Bills anno 1697.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 64 8 0
to receipts there between Michaelmas 1709 and Michaelmas 1710:
£ s. d.
on Capitation Subsidies [as by 8–9 Wm. III, c. 6] 1 16 9
on the Additional 12d. per £ [as by 8–9 Wm. III, c. 24] 3 1 10½
on the Additional Tonnage and Poundage [as by 8–9 Wm. III, c. 24] 43 14 0
48 12 8
£113 0 8
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by [Exchequer] Bills cancelled out of the Capitation Subsidies: [paid] interest 1 6 9
out of the Additional 12d. per £: [paid] interest 3 1 10½
out of Additional Tonnage arrears: paid principal 60l.; and interest 48l. 2s. 0½d. 108 2
112 10 8
balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 0 10 0
£113 0 8
Arrears of the 20 per cent. on paper granted for two years from 20 May 1696 [as by 8–9 Wm. III, c. 7].
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to receipts at the Exchequer in the week ended 8 Sept. 1710 3 3 10
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by Remains in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 3 3 10
REVENUE: ANALYSIS. MARRIAGES: HOUSES.
£ s. d.
Arrears of the Duties on Marriages, Births &c. granted 8–9 Wm. III, c. 20, from 1 May 1700 to 1 Aug. 1706.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 24 4 0
to receipts there in £ s. d.
1709 Xmas quarter 22 15 0
1710 Lady day quarter 25 4 6
1710 Midsummer quarter 40 2 6
1710 Michaelmas quarter 26 17 6
114 19 6
139 3 6
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 139 3 6
The Duties on Houses for Windows continued [by 1 Anne, c. 7] from 31 July 1706 to 1 Aug. 1710.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 17,325 14
to receipts there in £ s. d.
1709 Xmas quarter 20,605 4 0
1710 Lady day quarter 26,727 4 3
1710 Midsummer quarter 40,062 13
1710 Michaelmas quarter 39,207 15 3
126,602 16
£143,928 11 4
Memorandum:
By an Act 5 Anne, c. 13 [6 Anne, c. 21], this Duty was continued from 31 July 1710 for ever, and charged with an allowance of 4½ per cent. per an. for circulating the Exchequer Bills authorised to be issued anno 1707.
And by an Act 7 Anne, c. 7 [c. 30], the same Duties are declared to be redeemed as to the said Bills and the interest and allowances thereupon and are charged with an annuity of 106,501l. 13s. 5d. per an. payable to the Bank from Michaelmas 1710 in lieu and satisfaction of 1,775,057l. 17s. 10½d., being the amount of the Exchequer Bills anno 1707 and all interest and allowances thereupon to Michaelmas 1710: they being to deliver the said bills up to be cancelled.
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
on the Second [Deficiencies Act or] General Mortgage, 1 Anne, c. 7:
by paid on the [Loan] Register for Coals anno 1695 transferred to Leather 1697: for principal, 9,150l.; for interest, 805l. 11s. 1d. 9,955 11 1
[ditto on the Register for] the 20l. on paper for taking in wrought plate: 1,600l. for principal; 96l. 19s. 8d. for interest 1,696 19 8
[ditto on the Register for] the first 3s. Aid anno 1697: 14,700l. for principal; 1,378l. 17s. 1d. for interest 16,078 17 1
[ditto on the Register for] the Third Quarterly Poll anno 1698: 27,000l. for principal; 2,581l. 1s. 10d. for interest 29,581 1 10
[ditto on the Register for] the Third 3s. Aid anno 1699: 2,000l. for principal; 138l. 19s. 9d. for interest 2,138 19 9
Carried forward 59,451 9 5
REVENUE: ANALYSIS. AIDS AND TAXES.
£ s. d.
Brought forward 59,451 9 5
by paid to Nehemiah Arnold, Paymaster of the Malt Lottery Tickets: upon account 76,235 9 4
135,686 18 9
balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 8,241 12 7
£143,928 11 4
Arrears of divers Aids and Taxes granted by Parliament.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 of
the Second 2s. Aid anno 1700 1 9
the Two Thirds of the Fourth 3s. Aid anno 1701 465 14
the Fifth 4s. Aid anno 1702 216 12 0
the Sixth 4s. Aid anno 1703 250 10
Subsidies anno 1703 24 7
the Seventh 4s. Aid anno 1704 42 19
the Ninth 4s. Aid anno 1706 230 12 10
the Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 2,888 19
the Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708 27,512 10 10
31,633 15 11¼
to receipts between Michaelmas 1709 and Michaelmas 1710 from the several Aids and Taxes as follows:
the First 4s. Aid anno 1693: 173l. 0s. 2d. in 1709 Xmas quarter; 4l. in 1710 Lady day quarter 177 0 2
the First 3s. Aid anno 1697: 1l. 8s. 0d. in 1710 Lady day quarter; 10l. 16s. 8d. in Midsummer and 1l. 12s. 0d. in Michaelmas quarter 13 16 8
the Third Quarterly Poll anno 1698: 8s. in 1710 Lady day quarter; 44l. 12s. 0d. in Midsummer quarter 45 0 0
the Third 3s. Aid anno 1699: 19l. 9s. 4d. in 1710 Midsummer quarter 19 9 4
the Second 4s. Aid anno 1694: 4l. in 1710 Lady day quarter 4 0 0
the Second 2s. Aid anno 1700: 4l. 14s. 10d. in 1710 Midsummer quarter 4 14 10
the Fourth 4s. Aid anno 1696: 6s. in 1710 Lady day quarter; 1l. 10s. 0d. in Michaelmas quarter 1 16 0
the Fifth 4s. Aid and Subsidies anno 1702: 11l. 8s. 0d. in 1710 Lady day quarter; 63l. 8s. 0d. in Michaelmas quarter 74 16 0
the Subsidies anno 1703: 3l. 2s. 6d. in 1710 Lady day quarter; 3l. 15s. 0d. in Midsummer quarter 6 17 6
the Sixth 4s. Aid anno 1703: 8l. in 1710 Michaelmas quarter 8 0 0
the Seventh 4s. Aid anno 1704: 18l. 9s. 0d. in 1709 Xmas quarter; 96l. 14s. 9d. in 1710 Lady day quarter; 49l. 10s. 5d. in Michaelmas quarter 164 14 2
the Eighth 4s. Aid anno 1705: 60l. in 1709 Xmas quarter; 19l. 11s. 7d. in 1710 Lady day quarter; 55l. 19s. 2d. in Michaelmas quarter 135 10 9
Carried forward 31,633 15 11¼
Brought forward 31,633 15 11¼
the ninth 4s. Aid anno 1706: 1,444l. 9s. 4d. in 1709 Xmas quarter; 630l. 5s. 8d. in 1710 Lady day quarter; 686l. 19s. 7¼d. in Michaelmas quarter 2,761 14
the Tenth 4s. Aid (after deducting out of the receipts in Michaelmas quarter 28l. 4s. 5½d. to make good an overpayment by William Faucet, Receiver General for Kent), 8,089l. 18s. 2d. for 1709 Xmas quarter; 1,934l. 19s. 2½d. for 1710 Lady day quarter; 459l. 16s. 0d. for Midsummer; 2,005l. 14s. 1d. for Michaelmas quarter 12,490 7
the Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708; 71,325l. 11s. 8d. for 1709 Xmas quarter; 55,223l. 2s. 11½d. for 1710 Lady day quarter; 29,826l. 16s. 9d. for Midsummer quarter; 10,870l. 4s. 6d. for Michaelmas quarter 167,245 15 10½
more on the part of Scotland: 4,251l. 1s. 2d. in 1709 Xmas quarter 4,251 15 10½
187,404 14
£219,038 10
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
out of the First 4s. Aid anno 1693: to Robert Walpole, Treasurer of the Navy: to aid the Quota for Wages anno 1702 177 0 2
out of the Second 4s. Aid anno 1694: to ditto for ditto 4 0 0
out of the Fourth 4s. Aid anno 1696: to ditto for ditto 0 6 0
out of the First 3s. Aid anno 1697: to interest [paid] on loans on that Register 13 16 8
out of the Third Quarterly Poll anno 1698: to interest [paid] on loans on that Register 45 0 0
out of the First 3s. Aid anno 1699: to interest [paid] on loans on that Register 19 9 4
out of the Second 2s. Aid anno 1700: paid to Robert Walpole, Treasurer of the Navy: to aid the Quota for Wages anno 1702 6 4
out of the Fifth 4s. Aid and Subsidies anno 1702: paid to Sir Thomas Littleton, late Treasurer of the Navy, on the Quota for Wages anno 1702 216 12 0
to Robert Walpole, the succeeding Treasurer of the Navy, towards the same Quota 11 8 0
228 0 0
out of the Sixth 4s. Aid anno 1703: to Sir Thomas Littleton towards the Quota for Wages anno 1703 250 10
out of the Subsidies anno 1703: to Sir Thomas Littleton, towards the Quota for Wages anno 1703 24 7
to Robert Walpole, towards the same Quota 6 17 6
31 4 10½
out of the Seventh 4s. Aid anno 1704: to Sir Thomas Littleton towards the Quota for wages anno 1704 61 8
to Robert Walpole towards the Quota for Wear and Tear anno 1704 96 14 9
158 2
Carried forward 933 14 10
Brought forward 933 14 10
out of the Eighth 4s. Aid anno 1705: to Robert Walpole towards the Quota for Wages anno 1705 79 11 7
out of the Ninth 4s. Aid anno 1706: to principal of loans Registered on this Aid 500 0 0
to interest of the like loans 1,585 10 4
2,085 10 4
out of the Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707: to principal of loans registered on this Aid 11,000 0 0
to interest of ditto loans 4,227 0 7
15,227 0 7
out of the Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708: to principal of loans registered on this Aid 191,110 0 0
to interest of ditto loans 6,057 3 5
197,167 3 5
215,493 0 9
by balance of cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710: viz. of
the Fourth 4s. Aid anno 1696 1 10 0
the two thirds of the Fourth 3s. Aid anno 1701 465 14
the Fifth 4s. Aid and Subsidies anno 1702 63 8 0
the Sixth 4s. Aid anno 1703 8 0 0
the Seventh 4s. Aid anno 1704 49 10 5
the Eighth 4s. Aid anno 1705 55 19 2
the Ninth 4s. Aid anno 1706 906 17
the Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 152 6
the Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708 1,842 4
3,545 9
£219,038 10
Memorandum:
So much as is supplied by these Aids to public services was out of the incomes thereof after all loans and interest [charged respectively thereon] were satisfied.
The Twelfth 4s. Aid anno 1709 as by 7 Anne, c. 1, granted fro one year from 25 March 1709.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 10,256 4 11
to receipts there in the
on the part of England.
£ s. d.
1709 Xmas quarter 456,197 17 0
1710 Lady day quarter 337,359 5 5
1710 Midsummer quarter 521,841 12
1710 Michaelmas quarter 248,539 10
1,563,938 5 0
on the part of Scotland.
£ s. d.
1709 Xmas quarter 15,332 8 6
1710 Lady day quarter 7,308 15 1
1710 Midsummer quarter 11,900 0 0
1710 Michaelmas quarter 3,400 0 0
37,941 3 7
1,601,879 8 7
£1,612,135 13 6
REVENUE: ANALYSIS. AIDS: LOANS.
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
by paid on Deficiencies made good by being transferred to this Aid:
for principal [of loans] registered on the Second 2s. Aid pro anno 1700 333 6 8
for interest at 5 per cent. 77 15 1
411 1 9
for principal [of loans] registered on this after [satisfaction of the] transferences [as above] 1,530,060 8
for interest at 5 per cent. 65,877 15 0
1,595,938 3
1,596,349 5
by balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 15,786 8
£1,612,135 13 6
The Thirteenth 4s. Aid granted by 8 Anne, c. 1, for one year from 25 March 1710.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to receipts at the Exchequer between 31 July 1710 and 28 Sept. 1710 158,284 0 2
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by principal [of loans] repaid on the Register of this Aid 133,000 0 0
by paid interest at 6 per cent. on said loans 18,546 9 3
by balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 6,737 10 11
£158,284 0 2
Loans on credit of the money arising by sale of her Majesty's tin.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to loans made at the Receipt of the Exchequer in
1709 Xmas quarter 54,347 5
1710 Lady day quarter 20,921 4 0
1710 Midsummer quarter 38,250 0 0
1710 Michaelmas quarter 164,353 12 7
£277,872 2
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer:
for account of the Civil List,
viz. to
Francis, Lord Ryalton, Cofferer of the Household: upon account 19,575 4 10¼
John, Lord Fitz Hardinge, Treasurer of the Chamber: upon account 16,165 11 4
Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the Works: upon account 49,820 19 9
Foreign Ministers on their Ordinary and Extraordinary allowances 36,963 14 5
William Roberts, Paymaster of the Works at Windsor: upon account 6,953 12
[royal] Bounties, payable at the Exchequer 1,100 0 0
Contingencies of divers natures 41,400 0 0
Robert Corker, Esq., on account of the tin affair 43,000 0 0
for account of the late King Wm. III's debts out of the Queen Anne's [Civil List] money.
to Foreign Ministers [unpaid in the time of King Wm. III] 12,333 14 8
£277,872 2
REVENUE: ANALYSIS. LOANS.
Loans on the Act for Continuing several Subsidies, Impositions and Duties for 30 June 1710 to 1 August 1712 as by 6 Anne, c. 2].
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to loans [money] remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 5,715 1 9
to loans made there in £ s. d.
1709 Xmas quarter 13,790 0 0
1710 Lady day quarter 12,335 14 5
26,125 14 5
£31,840 16 2
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by paid Interest at 6 per cent. for loans [registered] on the abovesaid Continued Duties 31,840 16 2
The Governor and Company of the Bank of England.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to the residue of 1,623,337l. 1s. 8½d. issued in Exchequer Bills on the Act 5 Anne [6 Anne c. 21] which were to be delivered up by the Bank, but stood out uncancelled at 28 Sept. 1709 10,000 0 0
Memorandum:
The Bank in lieu of these Bills and the interest accruing on them at Michaelmas 1710 (making together 1,775,027l. 17s. 10½d.) are entitled to an annuity of 106,501l. 13s. 5d. per an. from Michaelmas 1710 out of the House [Duty] money redeemable by Parliament.
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by part of the Bills as above delivered by the Bank of England to the Tellers of the Exchequer to be cancelled, Midsummer quarter 1710 6,000 0 0
by balance in Bills standing out uncancelled at 28 Sept. 1710 4,000 0 0
10,000 0 0
The East India Company for their payments for the year 1708 [as by 6 Anne, c. 71] on account of their United Stock.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 1,833 15 1
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by paid to Sir Thomas Littleton, late Treasurer of the Navy, for Wages in aid of the Quota to that head anno 1702 1,833 15 1
Loans on the Duties on Malt for the year 1708 granted by 6 Anne, c. 38, from 23 June 1708 to 24 June 1709.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to loans charged on these Duties by levying tallies at the Exchequer in the week ended 18 Sept. 1709, infra, p. lxxxvi 20,857 12
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by [issued to] Sir Thomas Littleton, late Treasurer of the Navy, the tallies as above: upon account: for uses to be appointed 20,857 12
See the account of tallies, infra, p. lxxxviii, for the uses to which the above tallies are directed.
REVENUE: ANALYSIS. LOANS: EXCHEQUER BILLS.
Loans on the Half Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage and other Duties and Impositions Continued from 30 June 1712 to 1 August 1714: for the year 1708 [as by 6 Anne, c. 73].
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to loans remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 10,537 14 6
to loans made there in 1710 Lady day quarter 10,936 0 2
21,473 14 8
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by [paid] interest at 6 per cent. for loans on the Continued [Half Subsidy and other] Duties as above 21,473 14 8
The Exchequer to the Bank of England for the Advance money on their former Fond: for the year 1709.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 29,544 13 5
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
by paid to Sir Thomas Littleton, late Treasurer of the Navy, for account of Wages 3,877 7 11¾
for account of Wear and Tear 6,000 0 0
9,877 7 11¾
by paid to James Brydges for account of 1,081,083l. 0s. 4d. [voted by Parliament] for Spain and Portugal anno 1709 5,144 7 10¼
by paid to the Bank of England for discount at the rate of 6 per cent. computed to 1 August 1711 for moneys advanced before that time 14,522 17
£29,544 13
The Tellers of the [Receipt of the] Exchequer for Exchequer Bills made forth in pursuance of the Act [7 Anne, c. 30] for enlarging the Capital Stock of the Bank of England.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to Exchequer Bills delivered by the Auditor of the Receipt to the said Tellers in
1709 Xmas quarter 426,625 0 0
1710 Lady day quarter 34,950 0 0
1710 Midsummer quarter 37,162 10 0
1710 Michaelmas quarter 37,400 0 0
£536,137 10 0
Memorandum:
400,000l. of the Exchequer Bills above mentioned are part of a sum not exceeding 612,739l. which the Bank of England in conformity with a clause in an Act of 7 Anne [c. 31, clause 9] for Continuing several Impositions, had power to agree to circulate over and above 2,500,000l. by the Act for enlarging their Capital Stock: and no more than the said 400,000l. of the said 612,739l. was agreed to by them.
REVENUE: ANALYSIS. EXCHEQUER BILLS.
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
by [issued to] Sir Thomas Littleton, late Treasurer of the Navy:
for account of the [Navy] Ordinary 10,000 0 0
for account of Wages 52,061 0 5
for account of Wear and Tear 10,976 9 7
73,037 10 0
by [issued to] James Brydges:
for account of the 40,000 men 35,000 0 0
for account of the 10,000 Additional Forces 15,736 17
for account of the 3,000 Palatines 2,854 6
for account of the 4,639 Saxons 2,604 6
for account of Bothman's Dragoons 772 9
for account of the 220,000l. for the Augmenting Troops 12,320 8
for account of the 1,081,083l. 0s. 4d. for Spain and Portugal 107,442 8
for account of Subsidies to the Allies: to wit:
the King of Denmark 9,375 0 0
the Landgrave of Hesse Cassel 1,488 1 10½
the said Landgrave's Troops of Augmentation 7,936 1 0
the Elector Palatine 1,190 9
the Elector of Treves 1,488 1 10½
the King of Prussia for 8,000 succours for Savoy 12,500 0 0
the King of Prussia for agio &c. for 12,000 Prussians in the Netherlands 10,486 7
245,037 10 0
by [issued to] John How:
for account of Guards and Garrisons 25,876 14 1
for account of 5,000 men for Sea Service 4,008 9 5
for account of extraordinary charges of the war under the head of Guards and Garrisons 2,389 16 6
32,275 0 0
by [issued to] Thomas Micklethwaite, Esq., Paymaster of Transports: upon account [for the transport service] 350 0 0
by [issued to] Thomas Jett for interest: upon account: on the debentures charged on Irish Forfeitures 49,300 0 0
by [issued to] the Governor and Company of the Bank of England on the allowance of 3 per cent. per an. on the whole sum issued in Exchequer Bills for circulation 84,337 10 0
by [issued to] Lionell Herne and Samuel Edwards upon account to reimburse the Tellers the interest allowed on all the Exchequer Bills at the rate of 2 pence per 100l. per diem when paid in at the Exchequer 51,800 0 0
£536,137 10 0
Memorandum.
Mr. Herne and Mr. Edwards are made Debtors by a particular account for these Bills vide that account infra, p. lxxxiv, which shows the sums actually allowed to the Tellers of the Exchequer to reimburse [their payments of] the said interest.
Also the like Exchequer Bills will continue to be issued to pay the said premium to the Bank and to reimburse [to the Tellers] the said interest of 2d. per cent. per diem until the cancelling Fonds take place [begin to accrue or operate]; from which nothing is expected to arise till after 7 March 1711–12.
REVENUE: ANALYSIS. LOANS.
Loans on the Act for Continuing several Impositions and Duties from 31 July 1714 to 1 August 1716 [as by 7 Anne, c. 31] for the year 1709 (Fifth General Mortgage).
Debit or Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
to loans remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 15,431 7 2
to loans made there to complete 645,000l. for her Majesty's Supply in the quarter to Xmas 1709:
in money 29,396 4 4
by levying tallies 448,990 19
478,387 3
Memorandum:
Such further sums are authorised to be taken in by way of loan as shall be sufficient to pay intermediate interest on all the loans until the Fond for repaying them [begins to accrue or] takes place.
to loans made towards paying the said interest: in the week ended 3 March 1709–10 6,728 5 5
£500,546 16
Credit or Discharge.
Out of the Loans in money. £ s. d. £ s. d.
by [paid to] James Brydges [Paymaster of the Forces Abroad]:
for account of 1,081,083l. 0s. 4d. for Spain and Portugal 18,586 14
for account of Subsidies [to the Allies]:
to wit: to the Duke of Savoy on his ordinary 26,222 4 4
44,808 18
by [paid to] Thomas Micklethwaite, Paymaster of the Transports: upon account [of the Transports] 8 8 1
by [paid to] Thomas Jett to pay interest on unsatisfied Debentures [on Irish Forfeitures]: upon account 10 4 10½
by [paid] interest at 6 per cent. for loans made on the Continued Duties as above. 6,384 15 11
51,212 7 5
in tallies for uses to be appointed.
by [tallies issued to] Sir Thomas Littleton, late Treasurer of the Navy: upon account infra, p. lxxxvi 206,050 12 1
by [ditto to] Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance: upon account 41,500 0 0
by [ditto to] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces [Abroad]: upon account 176,040 18 6
by [ditto to] John How, Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons: upon account 15,399 8
by [ditto to] Thomas Micklethwaite, Paymaster of the Transports:upon account 10,000 0 0
448,990 19
500,203 6
by loans remaining in the Exchequer 28 September 1710 [of the series issued] to pay interest 343 9 6
£500,546 16
Anno 1710.
Loans on the Thirteenth 4s. Aid as [granted by 8 Anne, c. 1] for one year from 25 March 1710.
Debit or Charge. in money.
£ s. d. £ s. d.
to loans made at the Receipt of the Exchequer in:
1709 Xmas quarter 452,405 19 2
1710 Lady day quarter 417,595 19 7
1710 Midsummer quarter 35,562 19 1
905,564 18 8
by levying tallies.
£ s. d.
1709 Xmas quarter 450,000 0 0
1710 Lady day quarter 402,539 14 0
1710 Midsummer quarter 121,895 7 4
974,435 1 4
£1,880,000 0 0
Credit or Discharge.
Out of loans in money. £ s. d. £ s. d.
by [paid to] Sir Thomas Littleton, late Treasurer of the Navy:
for account of the Navy Ordinary 22,000 0 0
for account of Wages 59,000 0 0
for account of Wear and Tear 33,600 0 0
114,600 0 0
by [paid to] Robert Walpole, succeeding Treasurer: for account of Wages, including Marines 149,715 18 0
by paid to James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad:
for account of the 40,000 men 336,160 0 0
for account of the 10,000 Additional Forces 39,493 4 5
for account of the 3,000 Palatines 20,700 0
for account of the 4,639 Saxons 18,571 1
for account of Bothmar's Dragoons 2,403 18 9
for account of the Troops of [the last] Augmentation 22,331 14
for account of the Forces in Spain and Portugal, in part of 1,126,035l. 16s. 2d. 118,446 0 3
for account of Subsidies [to the Allies]: to wit: the Duke of Savoy on his ordinary Subsidy 26,444 8 10
[ditto to] the King of Portugal 26,927 2 2
611,477 11 3
by [paid to] John How:
for account of Guards and Garrisons 22,216 5 9
for account of the 5,000 men for Sea Service 3,544 1 8
for account of Invalids 1,200 0 0
26,960 7 5
by [paid to] the Trustees for circulating the old Exchequer Bills: upon account 1,906 2 0
904,659 18 8
Out of tallies: to be disposed of or deposited [as security] as the public service shall require.
by [tallies issued to] Sir Thomas Littleton, late Treasurer of the Navy: upon account 150,000 0 0
by [ditto issued to] Robert Walpole, the succeeding Treasurer: upon account 269,762 12 0
Carried forward £419,762 12 0 £904,659 18 8
Brought forward 419,762 12 0 904,659 18 8
by [ditto issued to] Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance: upon account [for the Ordnance] 50,000 0 0
by [ditto issued to] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, issued on the orders in his name for the services following: upon account: viz.
£ s. d.
for the Forces in Flanders 200,000 0 0
for the Forces serving in Spain and Portugal 89,320 4 3
for Subsidies to the Allies 17,319 2 1
for Extraordinary charges of the War 25,256 1 0
total of tallies to Brydges 331,895 7 4
by [ditto issued to] John How, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons: upon account 90,000 0 0
by [ditto issued to] Thomas Micklethwaite, Paymaster of the Transports: upon account [for the Transports] 82,777 2 0
974,435 1 4
1,879,095 0 0
by loans remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 905 0 0
£1,880,000 0 0
See the account of the Tallies, infra, pp. lxxxvi–vii, for the uses to which they are directed.
Anno 1710.
Loans on the Duties on Malt &c. continued from 23 June 1710 to 24 June 1711 [as by 8 Anne, c. 3].
Debit or Charge. in money.
to loans made at the Exchequer: in £ s. d. £ s. d.
1709 Xmas quarter 200 0 0
1710 Lady day quarter 1,600 0 0
1710 Midsummer quarter 120 0 0
1,920 0 0
by levying tallies.
£ s. d.
1710 Lady day quarter 338,646 10 5
1710 Midsummer quarter 84,688 0
423,334 10 11½
£425,254 10 11½
Memorandum:
The loans unsatisfied on the 20 Dec. 1709 on the Duties on Malt which were granted for the year 1708 are transferred to and made payable with interest at 5 per cent. out of the Malt Duties for the year 1710, which loans amounted to 224,745l. 9s. 0½d.
The amount of loans transferred as above, added to the 425,254l. 10s. 11½d. of loans in this account, complete the 650,000l. credit as granted on these Duties.
REVENUE: ANALYSIS. LOANS: LOTTERIES.
Credit or Discharge
£ s. d. £ s. d.
out of loans in money.
by paid to Robert Walpole, Treasurer of the Navy, for account of Wages and Marines in tallies: to be disposed of or deposited [as security] as the public service shall require. 1,920 0 0
by [tallies issued to] Robert Walpole upon account [for the Navy], infra, p. lxxxvii 324,230 11 5
by [ditto issued to] Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance: upon account [for the Ordnance], ibid. 67,206 10 10
by [ditto issued to] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad: upon account: upon the order for Subsidies to the Allies, ibid. 14,758 0
by [ditto issued to] Thomas Micklethwaite, Paymaster of the Transports: upon account [for the Transports], ibid. 17,139 8 2
423,334 10 11½
£425,254 10 11½
Anno 1710.
Contributions on the Act for the Lottery [as by 8 Anne, c. 10].
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to payments made at the Exchequer by the Receivers of the said Contributions: in manner following:
in the week ending—
27 Jan. 1709–10 1,013,000 0 0
3 Feb. 1709–10 117,000 0 0
10 Feb. 1709–10 83,000 0 0
17 Feb. 1709–10 63,000 0 0
24 Feb. 1709–10 56,000 0 0
3 March 1709–10 87,568 5 6
£1,419,568 5 6
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
by [paid to] Robert Walpole, Treasurer of the Navy:
for account of the [Naval] Ordinary 10,000 0 0
for account of Wages, including Marines 184,211 3
for account of Wear and Tear 164,853 0 0
for account of Victualling 233,145 7 5
592,209 11
by [paid to] Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance:
for account of Land Services [of the Ordnance] 20,000 0 0
for account of Sea Services [of ditto] 20,000 0 0
40,000 0 0
by [paid to] James Brydges [Paymaster of the Forces Abroad]:
for account of the 40,000 men 40,000 0 0
for the 10,000 Additional Troops 49,494 4
for the 4,639 Saxons 7,498 0
for Bothmar's Dragoons 3,205 5 0
for the Troops of [the latest] Augmentation 64,986 1 11¼
Carried forward £165,183 11 £632,209 11
REVENUE ANALYSIS: LOTTERIES: ANNUITIES.
£ s. d. £ s. d.
Brought forward 165,183 11 632,209 11
for the Forces in Spain and Portugal as part of 1,126,035l. 16s. 2d. 300,986 18 4
for account of Subsidies [to the Allies]: to wit:
the King of Portugal for the 13,000 men 25,000 0 0
the Duke of Savoy: on his ordinary Subsidy 26,444 8 10
for account of 234,974l. 10s. 10½d. for Extraordinary charges of the war 145,215 13 7
662,830 12
by [paid to] John How, Esq.:
for account of Guards and Garrisons 47,952 19 3
for account of 5,000 men for Sea Service 11,601 16 10
for account of Invalids 1,200 0 0
for account of 234,974l. 10s. 10½d. for Extraordinary charges of the war 19,689 16 2
80,444 12 3
by [paid to] Thomas Micklethwaite, Paymaster of the Transports: upon account [for the service of the Transports] 44,083 9 10
£1,419,568 5 6
The Receivers of the money contributed on the [abovesaid] Act for the Lottery.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to the sum total of moneys authorized to be contributed in the abovesaid Act 150,000 0 0
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by paid into the Exchequer by Receivers as above 1,419,568 5 6
by interest [discounts or rebates] allowed by the said Receivers to the Adventurers for their prompt payments [of their Contributions]: at the rate of8 per cent. per an. until 29 Sept. 1710, as per their account 80,431 14 6
£1,500,000 0 0
Anno 1710.
Contributions on the Act [8 Anne, c. 12] for sale of Annuities at 9 per cent. per an. for 32 years from 29 Sept. 1710.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
to the sum advanced at the Receipt of the Exchequer for the purchase of these Annuities: in
1710 Lady day quarter 422,666 13
1710 Midsummer quarter 265,694 8 11
1710 Michaelmas quarter 136,618 15 0
824,979 17
Memorandum:
These Contributions were not to exceed 900,000l. and to be payable by four equal payments, viz. on or before 1 May, 1 July, 1 September and 1 November 1710.
REVENUE ANALYSIS: ANNUITIES: LOANS.
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
by [paid to] Robert Walpole, Treasurer of the Navy:
for account of the [Naval] Ordinary 49,000 0 0
for account of Wages, including Marines 92,851 15
for account of Victualling 31,793 4 9
for account of Wear and Tear 89,668 7 8
263,313 7
by [paid to] James Brydges [Paymaster of the Forces Abroad]:
for account of the 40,000 men 167,122 6 11¾
for account of the 10,000 Additional Forces 43,208 0 10
for the 3,000 Palatines 8,880 17
for the 4,639 Saxons 11,184 6
for Bothmar's Dragoons 2,406 9 9
for the Troops [of the latest] Augmentation 40,418 5
for the Forces in Spain and Portugal in part of 1,126,035l. 16s. 2d 170,887 1
for account of Subsidies [to the Allies] to wit:
the King of Denmark 9,375 0 0
the Duke of Savoy [on his] Extraordinary Subsidy 363 1 10
the Landgrave of Hesse for his Troops of Augmentation 4,105 1
the King of Prussia for agio &c. for 12,000 Prussians in the Netherlands 13,983 15 6
for account of 234,974l. 10s. 10½d. for Extraordinary charges of the war 7,112 10
479,046 17
by [paid to] John How:
for account of Guards and Garrisons 46,479 13
for account of 5,000 men for Sea Service 8,921 18 7
for account of 234,974l. 10s. 10½d. for Extraordinary charges of the war 2,268 0 8
57,669 12
by paid to William Clayton: upon account: for interest [or Rebate or Discount] to the Contributors at the rate of 8 per cent. per an. for their prompt payments until 29 Sept. 1710 24,900 0 0
824,929 17
by cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 50 0 0
£824,979 17
Anno 1710.
Loans on the Duties on Candles and rates on moneys given with clerks and apprentices granted for five years from 1 May 1710 [as by the Act 8 Anne, c. 5].
Debit or Charge. in money.
to loans made at the Exchequer in: £ s. d. £ s. d.
1710 Midsummer quarter 83,039 8 10
1710 Michaelmas quarter 4,847 0 0
87,886 8 10
Carried forward £87,886 8 10
REVENUE ANALYSIS: LOANS.
£ s. d. £ s. d.
Brought forward 87,886 8 10
by levying tallies.
1710 Midsummer quarter 27,093 19 11¾
1710 Michaelmas quarter 385,019 11
412,113 11 2
£500,000 0 0
Credit or Discharge.
out of loans in money. £ s. d. £ s. d.
by [paid to] Robert Walpole, Treasurer of the Navy: for account of wages 12,028 1
by [paid to] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad:
for account of the Forces in Spain and Portugal, in part of 1,126,035l. 16s. 2d. 42,949 7
for account of Subsidies to the Allies: to wit to the Duke of Savoy on his ordinary Subsidy 26,444 8 10
69,393 15 11¾
by [paid to] John How for account of Guards and Garrisons 1,369 0 0
82,790 17
in tallies to be disposed of or deposited [as security] as the public service shall require the same.
by [tallies issued to] Robert Walpole, Treasurer of the Navy: upon account, infra, p. lxxxvii 27,093 19 11¾
by [ditto issued to] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad and issued on the orders in his name for the services following: upon account: viz.:
for the Forces serving in Spain and Portugal 80,683 15 3
for Subsidies to the Allies 124,320 10
by [ditto issued to] Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance: upon account 15,332 14
by [ditto issued to] John How, Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons: upon account 115,324 14
by [ditto issued to] Thomas Jett: upon account to pay interest on unsatisfied [Army and Transport] Debentures [charged on Irish Forfeitures] 49,357 17 2
412,113 11 2
494,904 8
by loans remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 5,095 11
£500,000 0 0
Anno 1710.
Loans on the Act for Continuing several Impositions and Duties from 31 July 1716 to 1 August 1720 [as by the Act 8 Anne, c 14]. (Sixth General Mortgage)
Debit or Charge. in money.
to loans at the Exchequer in £ s. d. £ s. d
1710 Lady day quarter 151,050 0 0
by levying tallies.
£ s. d.
1710 Lady day quarter 1,145,502 9 11¼
£1,296,552 9 11¾
REVENUE ANALYSIS: LOANS: EXCHEQUER BILLS.
Credit or Discharge.
out of loans in money. £ s. d. £ s. d.
by [paid to] Robert Walpole, Treasurer of the Navy: for account of Wages 1,050 0 0
by [paid to] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad:
for account of the Forces in Spain 100,000 0 0
for account of Subsidies: to wit: to the Duke of Savoy on his Extraordinary Subsidy 50,000 0 0
150,000 0 0
151,050 0 0
in tallies to be disposed of or deposited as the public service shall require the same.
by [tallies issued to] Robert Walpole, Treasurer of the Navy: upon account, infra, p. lxxxvii 190,075 18
by [tallies issued to] Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance: upon account 61,460 14
by [tallies issued to] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, issued on the orders in his name for the services following: upon account: viz.:
for all the Forces in Flanders except the Troops of Augmentation 233,048 13
for the Troops of Augmentation 60,431 9 0
for the Forces in Spain and Portugal 175,154 10 4
for Subsidies to the Allies 197,838 5 8
for Extraordinary charges of the war 33,527 9 4
700,000 7
by [tallies issued to] John How, Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons: upon account 193,965 9 1
£1,296,552 9 11¾
Lionell Herne and Samuell Edwards [in account with the Exchequer for money put into their hands for payment of interest on Exchequer Bills].
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to the Remain in their hands 28 Sept. 1709 783 9 0
to the sum in Exchequer Bills imprested to them to raise money to reimburse the interest allowed by the Tellers [of the Receipt] on Exchequer Bills paid into the Exchequer as per the account of Exchequer Bills, ut supra, p. lxxvi 51,800 0 0
to the sum with which they surcharge themselves for interest accruing on the said Bills from the dates thereof to the times of disposing or exchanging the same: in the year ended at Michaelmas 1710 26 7 10
£52,609 16 10
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by cash paid to the respective Tellers of the Receipt of the Exchequer to reimburse the interest allowed by them on all the Exchequer Bills received there [from the public] or re-issued thence: within the time of this accompt 46,865 13
by balance remaining in the hands of Mr. Herne and Mr. Edwards 28 Sept. 1710 in Exchequer Bills and money according to their Certificates in that behalf 5,744 3
£52,609 16 10
REVENUE ANALYSIS: EXCHEQUER BILLS: TALLIES.
Archibald Douglas, Esq., Paymaster of the Civil List in Scotland.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
to cash in hand at Michaelmas 1709 656 15 9
to his receipts between Michaelmas 1709 and Michaelmas 1710: viz.:
of Crown rents as charged by himself 1,985 6
of imprests from the Receiver [General] of Customs and Commissioners of Excise in pursuance of warrants from the Barons of Exchequer [of Scotland] grounded upon her Majesty's letters of privy seal on that behalf: viz.:
out of Compositions and Seizures 8,227 10
out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise: from the Excise Commissioners 14,518 18
out of the 9d. Excise for 99 years called the 9d. for Annuities and survivorships 1,603 9
out of the 9d. Excise called the Lottery 9d. 1,634 3
out of the 9d. Excise called the Excise for the Bank and Annuities 1,602 10
29,571 9
£30,228 5
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by the Abstract of his payments certified in an account signed by himself: viz.:
for fees, salaries, pensions and other charges [of the Civil Government in Scotland] conform to the Establishment [of the Civil List of Scotland] by warrant from the Barons of the Exchequer there pursuant to a privy seal in that behalf directed to them 27,434 13
to the Lords of Justiciary for the charge of their circuit in May 1710 2,000 0 0
29,434 13
by cash in hand at Michaelmas 1710 793 11
£30,228 5
The several Accomptants as follow for the sums imprested to them in tallies for uses to be appointed [by the Lord Treasurer].
Debit or Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
to the sum in tallies remaining in their hands unapplied at Michaelmas 1709: viz.
for the year 1705.
[tallies] on Reversionary Annuities in the hands of the Treasurer of the Navy 53,753 0 0
for the year 1708.
[tallies] on the Land Tax in the hands of Thomas Micklethwaite [as Treasurer of Transports] 44,821 8
[tallies] on Malt in the hands of John How [as Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons] 20,187 0 1
Carried forward 65,008 8
REVENUE ANALYSIS: TALLIES.
£ s. d. £ s. d.
Brought forward 65,008 8 53,753 0 0
[tallies] on Malt in the hands of the said Thomas Micklethwaite 40,000 0 0
[making 60,187l. 0s. 1d. tallies on Malt.]
[tallies] on the Half Subsidies in the hands of the Treasurer of the Navy 44,095 3 3
ditto on ditto in the hands of the Treasurer for Transports 29,687 10
[making 73,782l. 14s. 0¾d. tallies on the Half Subsidies.]
for the year 1709. 178,791 2
[tallies] on the Land Tax in the hands of the Treasurer of the Navy 120,497 14
ditto on ditto in the hands of John How [as Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons] 70,000 0 0
ditto on ditto in the hands of the Treasurer of the Ordnance 66,000 0 0
ditto on ditto in the hands of James Brydges [as Paymaster General of the Forces Abroad] 6,000 0 0
[making in all 262,497l. 14s. 2½d. in tallies on Land Tax.]
tallies on Malt in the hands of the said John How 48,812 8 3
ditto on ditto in the hands of the said James Brydges 28,150 11
339,460 13 9
[making in all 76,962l. 19s. 6½d. in tallies on Malt.]
total remains of tallies imprested and unapplied at Michaelmas 1709 572,004 16
to the sums imprested to the several Treasurers and Paymasters by levying tallies on the public Fonds for uses to be appointed [by the Lord Treasurer] between Michaelmas 1709 and Michaelmas 1710.
for the year 1708.
to tallies on Malt.
issued to Sir Thomas Littleton, late Treasurer of the Navy, as per the account, supra, p. lxxiv 20,857 12
for the year 1709
to tallies on the Continued Impositions called the Fifth General Mortgage.
issued to Sir Thomas Littleton, as above, as per the account, supra, p. lxxvii 206,050 12 1
issued to Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance, as per the same account 41,500 0 0
issued to James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, as per the same account 176,040 18 6
issued to John How, Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons, as per the same account 15,399 8
issued to Thomas Micklethwaite, Paymaster of the Transports, as per the same account 10,000 0 0
for the year 1710 448,990 19
tallies on the Thirteenth 4s. Aid.
issued to Sir Thomas Littleton, Navy Treasurer, as by the account ibid, p. lxxviii 150,000 0 0
Carried forward 150,000 0 0 469,848 11 9
Brought forward 150,000 0 0 469,848 11 9
issued to Robert Walpole, the succeeding Treasurer of the Navy, as by the same account, p. lxxviii 269,762 12 0
issued to Harry Mordaunt Ordnance Treasurer, as per the same account, p. lxxix 50,000 0 0
issued to James Brydges, Army Paymaster, as per the same account 331,895 7 4
issued to John Howe, Paymaster of Guards &c., as per the same account 90,000 0 0
issued to Thomas Micklethwaite, Transport Paymaster as above, as per the same account 82,777 2 0
974,435 1 4
tallies on Malt.
issued to Robert Walpole, Navy Treasurer, as per the account supra, p. lxxx 324,230 11 5
issued to Harry Mordaunt, Ordnance Treasurer, as per the same account 67,206 10 10
issued to James Brydges, Army Paymaster, as per the same account 14,758 0
issued to Thomas Micklethwaite, Transport Paymaster, as per the same account 17,139 8 2
423,334 10 11½
tallies on the Duties on Candles.
issued to Robert Walpole, Navy Treasurer, as per the account supra, p. lxxxiii 27,093 19 11¾
issued to James Brydges, Army Paymaster, as per the same account 205,004 5
issued to Harry Mordaunt, Ordnance Treasurer, as per the same account 15,332 14
issued to John How, Paymaster of Guards &c., as per the same account 115,324 14
issued to Thomas Jett for interest on unsatisfied debt, as per the same account 49,357 17 2
412,113 11 2
tallies on Continued Impositions called the Sixth General Mortgage.
issued to Robert Walpole, Navy Treasurer, as per the account supra, p. lxxxiv 190,075 18
issued to Harry Mordaunt, Ordnance Treasurer, as per the same account 61,460 14
issued to James Brydges, Army Paymaster, as per the same account 700,000 7
issued to John Howe, Paymaster of Guards &c., as per the same account 193,965 9 1
1,145,502 9 11¾
total of tallies issued for the year 1710 (£2,955,385 13s. 5¼d.)
Combined total of tallies remaining in the hands of several Treasurers and Paymasters and unapplied at Michaelmas 1709, being for the service respectively of the years 1705, 1708 and 1709 and likewise of tallies imprested in the year 1710 to several Treasurers and Paymasters for the services respectively of the years 1708, 1709 and 1710 3,425,234 5
Carried forward (£3,425,234 5s. 2¼d. plus £572,004 16s. 3¼d.) 3,997,239 1
Brought forward 3,997,239 1
to a Surcharge on Robert Walpole, Esq., of sundry sums assigned to him by the Bank of England and by the executors of Sir Thomas Littleton, late Treasurer of the Navy, in tallies resting [in the hands of the said Littleton] for uses to be appointed:
tallies on Land Tax anno 1709 55,497 14
more, being redeemed from the Bank of England by the said Mr. Walpole 40,000 0 0
tallies on the General Mortgage anno 1709 183,763 14
tallies on the Land Tax anno 1710 150,000 0 0
429,261 8 7
combined total of charge, viz. of tallies and of surcharge £4,426,500 10
Memorandum.
Mr. Walpole is surcharged with the tallies redeemed from the Bank as if assigned [to him] because neither the said tallies or [nor] the money raised on them were brought to account as disposed [of] in the life time of the said Sir Thomas Littleton.
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
By services supplied out of the tallies as above or by and out of the tallies as above or by and out of money raised by the sale thereof or by depositing the same by way of security:
out of tallies on Reversionary Annuities anno 1705.
to Sir Thomas Littleton, late Navy Treasurer: on the quota for Wages anno 1705 5,000 0 0
out of tallies on Land Tax anno 1708.
to Thomas Micklethwaite on account of the Transport Service whereof he is Paymaster 32,300 0 0
out of tallies on Malt anno 1708.
to Sir Thomas Littleton, late Navy Treasurer, to aid the quota for Wages anno 1702, supra, p. lxxiv 20,857 12
to John How for account of Guards and Garrisons anno 1708 20,187 0 1
to Thomas Micklethwaite on account of the Transport service 40,000 0 0
81,044 12
out of tallies on the Half Subsidies anno 1708 or [otherwise as the] Fourth General Mortgage.
to Sir Thomas Littleton, late Navy Treasurer, to aid the quota for Wages anno 1702 44,095 3 3
out of tallies on the Land Tax anno 1709.
to Sir Thomas Littleton, late Navy Treasurer, for account of Wages anno 1709 25,000 0 0
[ditto] more to be allowed for so much to be assigned per his executors to Robert Walpole, the succeeding Navy Treasurer 55,497 14
Carried forward 80,497 14 162,439 15 10½
Brought forward 80,497 14 162,439 15 10½
[ditto] more to be allowed for so much deposited with the Bank per the said Sir Thomas and redeemed by the said Walpole 40,000 0 0
120,497 14
to Robert Walpole, Navy Treasurer, for account of Wages anno 1709 40,000 0 0
to the Treasurer of the Ordnance for account of Land Services, 40,250l., and for account of Sea Services, 25,750l. 66,000 0 0
to John How for account of Guards and Garrisons 61,169 19
for account of 5,000 men for Sea Service 6,830 0
for account of Invalids 2,000 0 0
70,000 0 0
to James Brydges for account of Subsidy to the King of Portugal 6,000 0 0
(total out of Land Tax tallies anno 1709, 302,497l. 14s. 2½d.)
out of tallies on Malt anno 1709.
to John How for account of Guards and Garrisons 44,321 5
for account of the 5,000 men for Sea Service 4,394 18 0
for account of Invalids 96 4
48,812 8 3
to James Brydges for account of Subsidies, to wit:
for the King of Portugal 11,205 9
for the King of Prussia 12,492 6 8
for account of the sum of 301,748l. 7s. 11¼d. for Extraordinaries [of the War] 4,452 15 0
28,150 11
(total out of tallies on Malt anno 1709, 76,962l. 19s. 6½d.)
out of tallies on the General Mortgage anno 1709.
to Sir Thomas Littleton, late Navy Treasurer, for Wages 22,286 17
ditto more to be allowed for so much assigned by his executors to Robert Walpole, the succeeding Navy Treasurer 183,763 14
206,050 12 1
to James Brydges for account of the 40,000 men 15,744 1 8
for account of the 10,000 Additional Forces 13,859 1 2 3/1
for account of the 220,000l. for Augmentation Troops 44,877 6 8
for account of Subsidies, to wit, the King of Denmark 9,375 0 0
for the Duke of Savoy on his extraordinary Subsidy 26,041 13 4
for the King of Prussia for 8,000 [men for] succours for Savoy 7 13 4
for account of the sum of 301,748l. 7s. 11¼d. for Extraordinaries [of the war] 41,857 16 11½
for account of Spain and Portugal 3,337 1
155,099 14
Carried forward 903,050 16
Brought forward 903,050 16
to John How for account of Guards and Garrisons 10,072 8 11
for account of the 5,000 men [for Sea Service] 5,326 19
15,399 8
(total out of tallies on the General Mortgage anno 1709, 376,549l. 15s. 5¼d.)
out of tallies on the Land Tax anno 1710.
to Sir Thomas Littleton, allowed to him for so much assigned per his executors to Robert Walpole, the succeeding Navy Treasurer 150,000 0 0
to Robert Walpole, Navy Treasurer, for account of Wages, including Marines 109,527 10 0
for account of Victualling 93,487 16 5
for account of Wear and Tear 182,148 10 0
385,163 16 5
to the Treasurer of the Ordnance for account of Ordnance Land Service, 25,000l., and for account of Ordnance Sea Service, 25,000l. 50,000 0 0
to James Brydges for account of the 40,000 men 200,000 0 0
for account of the Forces in Spain and Portugal 89,320 4 3
for account of 234,974l. 10s. 10½d. for Extraordinaries [of the War] 1,057 12 4
more on account of this head [of Extraordinaries] in tallies to be disposed of or deposited [as security for loans] as the publique service shall require the same 24,198 8 8
more for Subsidies in General in tallies to be disposed of or deposited [as security] as the publique service shall require the same 17,319 2 1
331,895 7 4
to John How for account of Guards and Garrisons 69,140 17 11
for account of the 5,000 men [for Sea Service] 15,242 4 8
for account of Invalids 2,400 0 0
86,783 2 7
to Thomas Micklethwaite on account of the Transport Service whereof he is Paymaster 82,777 2 0
(total out of tallies on Land Tax 1710, 1,086, 619l. 8s. 4d.)
out of tallies on the Malt Duty anno 1710.
to Robert Walpole for account of the Victualling 135,573 11 5
for account of Wear and Tear 158,727 0 0
294,300 11 5
to James Brydges for Subsidies in general, in tallies to be disposed of or to be deposited [as security for loans] as the publique service shall require the same 14,758 0
Carried forward 2,314,128 5
Brought forward 2,314,128 5
out of tallies on the Candle Duties anno 1710.
to Robert Walpole for account of the [Naval] Ordinary 4,200 0 0
for account of Wear and Tear 22,800 0 0
27,000 0 0
to James Brydges for account of Spain and Portugal 29,705 1
more on this head in tallies to be disposed of or to be deposited [as security for loans] as the publique service shall require the same 50,978 14
for Subsidies in general in tallies to be disposed of or deposited as above 124,320 10
205,004 5
to John How for account of Guards and Garrisons &c. 37,564 14 8
for account of the 5,000 men [for Sea Service] 4,735 5 4
42,300 0 0
to Thomas Jett upon account to pay interest on unsatisfied Debentures 49,357 17 2
(total out of tallies on the Candle Duties, 323, 662l. 2s. 5¼d.)
out of tallies on the General Mortgage anno 1710.
to Robert Walpole for account of [Navy] Wages, including Marines 50,975 3 8
for account of Wear and Tear 9,850 2 6
60,825 6 2
to James Brydges for account of the 40,000 men 34,866 2 1
for account of the 10,000 Additional Forces 3,000 0 0
more for the Forces in Flanders generally, which includes the 40,000 men, 10,000 men, 3,000 Palatines, 4,639 Saxons, and Bothmar's Dragoons, in tallies to be disposed of or to be deposited [as security for loans] as the publique service shall require the same 195,182 11
more for the Augmentation Troops in tallies to be disposed of or deposited as above 60,431 9 0
for account of Subsidies: to wit: to the King of Denmark 9,375 0 0
the Duke of Savoy on his ordinary Subsidy 54,222 4 5
the Landgrave of Hesse Cassel on his ordinary Subsidy 3,078 16 4
more to him for his Troops of Augmentation 8,210 3
the Elector of Treves 3,078 16 4
the Elector of Palatine 2,463 1 1
the King of Prussia for 8,000 Succours 25,862 1
more for agio &c. for 12,000 Prussians in the Netherlands 9,253 1 10½
Carried forward 409,023 7 2 2,698,615 13 11½
Brought forward 409,023 7 2 2,698,615 13 11½
more for Subsidies in general to be disposed of or deposited [as security] as the publique service shall require the same 82,295 0
(total for Subsidies, 197. 838l. 5s. 8d.)
for account of the Forces in Spain and Portugal 175,154 10 4
for account of the sum of 234,974l. 10s. 10½d. for Extraordinaries [of the War] 4,124 4 5
more on this head [of Extraordinaries of the War] in tallies to be disposed of or to be deposited [as security for loans] as the publique service shall require the same 29,403 4 11
700,000 7
to John How for Guards and Garrisons 34,425 12 11
for account of the 5,000 men [for Service] 4,374 7 1
for account of Invalids 1,200 0 0
40,000 0 0
(total out of tallies on the General Mortgage anno 1710, 800,825l. 13s. 8½d.)
total issues of tallies or out of tallies on all the above Fonds 3,438,616 1 6
By the Remains in tallies resting in the hands of the respective Treasurers and Paymasters at Michaelmas 1710; being held in hand for uses to be appointed by the Lord Treasurer
for the year 1705.
on Reversionary Annuities: in the hands of Sir Thomas Littleton's executors 48,753 0 0
for the year 1708.
on the Land Tax: in the hands of Thomas Micklethwaite 12,521 8
on the Half Subsidies: in the hands of the said Thomas Micklethwaite 29,687 10
for the year 1709.
on the Land Tax: in the hands of Robert Walpole 55,497 14
on the General Mortgage: in the hands of Robert Walpole 183,763 14
on the General Mortgage: in the hands of the Treasury of the Ordnance 41,500 0 0
on the General Mortgage: in the hands of James Brydges 20,941 3
on the General Mortgage: in the hands of Thomas Micklethwaite 10,000 0 0
for the year 1710.
on the Land Tax: in the hands of Robert Walpole 34,598 15 7
on the Land Tax: in the hands of John How 3,216 17 5
on the Malt Duties: in the hands of the Treasurer of the Ordnance 67,206 10 10
on the Malt Duties: in the hands of Thomas Micklethwaite 17,139 8 2
on the Malt Duties: in the hands of Robert Walpole 29,930 0 0
REVENUE ANALYSIS: TALLIES: ANNUITIES.
£ s. d. £ s. d.
on the Candle Duties: in the hands of Robert Walpole 93 19 11¾
on the Candle Duties: in the hands of the Treasurer of the Ordnance 15,332 14
on the Candle Duties: in the hands of John How 73,024 14
on the General Mortgage: in the hands of Robert Walpole 129,250 12
on the General Mortgage: in the hands of the Treasurer of the Ordnance 61,460 14
on the General Mortgage: in the hands of John How 153,965 9 1
987,884 8
£4,426,500 10
The Exchequer in account to the Fond for paying 184,242l. per an. in Annuities purchased anno 1706.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709 83,308 6
to the One Third Tonnage and Poundage for the neat produce thereof in the year ended at Michaelmas 1710 as per the account supra, p. xlvii 81,385 5 9
to the Duties on Coals, Culme and Cynders for the neat produce thereof in the year ended at Michaelmas 1710 as per the account supra, p. xlvii 111,150 4
192,535 10
£275,843 16 10¼
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
by paid on the abovesaid Annuities which continue for 99 years from 25 March 1706 183,546 4 0
by rewards to officers and incident charges in paying and accompting: viz.:
to the Auditor of the Receipt at 410l per an. for the business of these Annuities 410 0 0
ditto, more: for examining vouchers and examining and securing out cash: at 500l. per an. 500 0 0
the Clerk of the Pells on 320l. per an. for the business of these Annuities 320 0 0
the four Tellers of the Receipt on 240l. per an. for the like 240 0 0
Samuel Edwyn, Usher of the Exchequer, for necessaries supplied 285 2 5
1,755 2 5
by cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710:
on the One Third Tonnage and Poundage 43,775 1
on the Duties on Coals, Culme &c 46,767 9
90,542 10
£275,843 16 10¼
REVENUE ANALYSIS: ANNUITIES.
The Exchequer in account to the Fond for paying 72,187l. 10s. 0d. per an. in Annuities purchased anno 1707.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer at 28 Sept. 1709 5,516 1
to [receipts from] certain Overplus moneys applicable to these Annuities till Michaelmas 1710: viz.:
of the 9d. Excise for Annuities and survivorships, viz. as at 24 June 1710, ut supra, p. lv 8,990 17
of the Five Sevenths 9d. Excise for the Bank of England: as at 1st June, ut supra, p. liv 2,121 14 0
on the Two Sevenths of the same 9d. Excise, for Annuities: as at 24 March 1710, ut supra, p. liv 3,364 7 10
of the 9d. Excise for the Million Lottery, ut supra, p. liv 13,058 2
on the East India Company's Fond: as at 29 Sept. 1709, ut supra, p. 1x 65 4 1
27,600 6 0
to cash for the neat produce of sundry Duties making part of the general Fond for these Annuities during the residue of the term as per the accompt supra, p. lix 12,770 0
to sundry Duties and revenues applied to aid the Deficiency of the Fond for these Annuities within the time of this accompt, viz.:
out of revenues unappropriated: viz.
25 per cent. on French goods 195 14
5s. per ton on French shipping 23 12 10
Plantation Duties 1,245 3 7
5s. per piece on white cloth exported 666 0 0
rent of Hackney coaches 1,363 0 11¾
brewers' forfeitures on the Acts of Excise 7 13
out of the revenues applicable to the Civil Government: viz. 3,501 4
Additional Tonnage and Poundage 26,306 9 3
Hereditary and Temporary Excise 3,108 10 0
[Post Office or] Letter money 200 0 0
29,614 19 3
£79,002 11
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
by paid on the abovesaid Annuities, which continue for 99 years from 25 March 1707 73,213 17 6
by paid to William Clayton for reward and charges in paying and accompting for the moneys allowed the Contributors [as rebate] for the prompt payment [of their purchase Contributions] 100 0 0
by cash remaining in the Exchequer at 28 Sept. 1710:
on the Duties on Sweets 88 10 3
on the Stamp Duties commencing from 31 July 1710 896 4
on the Duties on Low Wines commencing from 23 June 1710 2,703 18 7
on the Duties on Hawkers and Pedlars commencing from 23 June 1710 2,000 0 0
5,688 13
£79,002 11
REVENUE ANALYSIS: ANNUITIES: SUPPLY VOTES.
The Exchequer in account to the Fond for paying [Annuities totalling] 40,000l. per an. on the first Act for Sale of Annuities anno 1708.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709, being part of the Contribution money [for the purchase of the said Annuities] 14,072 8
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by paid on the abovesaid Annuities which continue for 99 years from 25 March 1708 9,724 19 0
by balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710, which includes 1,692l. 2s. 1¼d. gained by deductions at the rate of 4 per cent, per an. on the quarterly payments advanced to Michaelmas 1710 4,347 9
£14,072 8
The Exchequer in account to the Fond for paying [Annuities totalling] 80,000l. per an. on the second Act for Sale of Annuities anno 1708.
Debit or Charge. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1709, being part of the Contribution money [for the purchase of the said Annuities] £34,634 18 2
Credit or Discharge. £ s. d.
by paid on the abovesaid Annuities which continue for 99 years from 24 June 1708 9,763 3 3
by Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710, which includes 13,192l. 2s. 1¼d. gained by deductions for interest at the rate of 4 per cent. on the quarterly payments advanced to Michaelmas 1711 24,871 14 11
£34,634 18 2
Supply for the year 1710.
The sums voted or enacted for account of Publique Services in the Session of Parliament begun the 15 Nov. 1709 and ended the 5 of April 1710.
21 Nov. 1709: £ s. d.
for the 40,000 men employed in the Sea Service, including 8,000 Marines, at 4l. a man per mensem, including the Ordnance for Sea Service 2,080,000 0 0
for the Ordinary of the Navy 120,000 0 0
23 Nov. 1709:
for maintaining the 40,000 men to act in conjunction with the Allies 919,092 3 6
for maintaining the Additional Forces of 10,000 men 177,511 3 6
for her Majesty's proportion of the charge of maintaining 3,000 Palatines 34,251 13 4
for the like for the 4,639 Saxons 43,251 12 6
for the like for Bothman's Regiment of Dragoons 9,269 16 6
for her Majesty's proportion of the charge of maintaining the Troops of Augmentation 220,000 0 0
for her Majesty's proportion of Subsidies to her Allies, pursuant to Treaties 567,845 14 4
for Guards, Garrisons and Invalids, including 5,000 men to serve on board the Fleet 543,775 18
REVENUE ANALYSIS: SUPPLY VOTES.
£ s. d.
29 Nov. 1709:
for Land Services of the Ordnance, including the charge of the fortifications of Gibraltar 130,000 0 0
2 Dec..
for the charge of maintaining the Forces in her Majesty's pay to serve in Spain or Portugal or elsewhere 1,126,035 16 2
10 Dec.:
to defray some Extraordinary charges of the war not yet provided for by Parliament 234,974 10 10½
for one year's interest of the unsatisfied Debentures charged upon the Irish Forfeitures 49,357 17 2
towards defraying the charge of transporting land Forces 144,000 0 0
for the charge of circulating the old Excheque Bills for another year 2,000 0 0
6,401,366 6
Pursuant to Acts of Parliament or special clauses contained therein.
the Loans on the Duties on Malt anno 1708, which on the 20th December 1709 remained unsatisfied, with the interest thereof at 5 per cent., are made good by being transferred to the Register for Loans on the Duties on Malt for the year 1710 and amounted to 224,745 9
an interest made payable to the Adventurers in the Lottery [anno 1710 as by 8 Anne, c. 10] for their prompt payments at the rate of 8 per cent. per an. until 29 Sept. 1710, amounted to 80,431 14 6
the allowance to the Contributors for the purchase of Annuities [anno 1710 as by 8 Anne, c. 12], being after the rate of 8 per cent. per an. computed for their prompt payments before 29 Sept. 1710, amounted to 27,500 0 0
£6,734,043 9 11¾
Memorandum:
A power [is] given by a clause [in the Act 8 Anne, c. 14] to apply a sum not exceeding 10,000l. for employing skilfull people and furnishing materials for raising naval stores from the growth and product of her Majesty's Plantations; and the same (or so much thereof as has been paid) was taken out of the money for Marine services.
Also in the clause of Appropriation [in the Act 8 Anne, c. 14] the payment of the General Officers serving in Flanders in the year 1710 according to the stations in which they have or shall have served by their respective Commissions, is allowed.
For the year 1710.
The grants in Parliament towards satisfying the publique services as in the above account. with the value of those grants as estimated by Parliament. £ s. d.
the Land Tax of 4s. per libra for one year from 25 March 1710 [is] made a Fond of Credit [for loans] at 6 per cent. per an. interest for any sum [to be borrowed] not exceeding 1,880,000 0 0
the Duties on Malt, Mum, Cyder and Perry for one year from 23 June 1710 chargeable with loans transferred thereto as in the above accompt and with such further loans (to be registered [next] after the said transference) at 6 per cent. interest as shall not exceed in the whole [i.e. including the said transference] 650,000 0 0
the Contributions on the Act for the Lottery, including the allowance for prompt payment as in the above accompt 1,500,000 0 0
GENERAL ABSTRACT: REMAINS.
£ s. d.
the Contribution on the Act for Sale of Annuities for 32 years from Michaelmas 1710, including the like allowances for prompt payment, a sum not exceeding 900,000 0 0
the Duties on Candles and the rates upon moneys to be given with Clerks and Apprentices [are] made a Fond of Credit [for loans] at 6 per cent. per an. interest for any sum [to be borrowed] not exceeding 500,000 0 0
the Act [8 Anne, c. 14] for Continuing Several Impositions, Additional Impositions and Duties upon goods imported from 31 July 1716 to 1 August 1720 are all [were] made a Fond of Credit for raising for the service of the war at 6 per cent. per an. interest a sum not exceeding 1,296,552 9 11¾
6,726,552 9 11¾
Balance is the difference between the Estimated Value of the Grants and the sum total of the Publique Services: the said Services [or Supply voted] exceeding the grants according to the estimated value by 7,491 0 0
£6,734,043 9 11¾