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Declared Accounts: Customs, Cash Account

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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 25, 1711. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1952.

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Customs, Cash Account

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CUSTOMS: CASH ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1112 [E351/1112].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 782, ROLL 961 [A.O.1/782/961].
HENRY FERNE, Receiver General and Cashier of Customs. 26 December 1710 to 25 December 1711
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Remaining in the Accomptant's hands at the end of the preceding Accompt 10,897 1
the value of sundry bonds entered into for the payment of Customs:
for arrears of Customs which determined 26 Dec. 1699 4,807 15 9
ditto 31 July 1710 91,676 11
for the present Customs commencing 1 Aug. 1710 6,747 17
for the Additional Impositions which determined 31 July 1710 3,446 6
for the New Subsidy which determined 1 Feb. 1699–1700 1,809 18
for the New Subsidy which determined 8 March 1701–2 2,903 3 11¼
for the New Subsidy which commenced 8 March 1701–2 86,571 2 11
for the First Additional Subsidy (or One-Third Subsidy) which determined 8 March 1706–7 41 6
for the said Additional Subsidy which commenced 8 March 1706–7 29,229 4
for the New Duty on Coals which determined 14 May 1703 19 15 0
ditto ditto 29 Sept. 1710 1,979 11 3
ditto of 3s. per chaldron on Coals which commenced 30 Sept. 1710 982 2 0
230,214 15
the value of several transport debentures taken in lieu of bonds and cancelled within the year ended at Christmas 1703:
for arrears of Customs which determined 26 Dec. 1699 843 10
for the Customs which determined 1 Aug. 1706 513 13 11
1,357 4
depending upon sundry persons named at the foot of the last Accompt 2,655 0 0
total arrears 245,124 1
Receipts: money received within the time of this Accompt from the Customs and the several Duties, etc.:
out of the Customs which determined 26 December 1699:
interest on sundry transport debentures accepted for payment of customs in the year 1703 42 3
out of the Customs which determined 31 July 1710:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt in money 12,164 9 10
ditto on British Plantation goods in money 359 7 1
ditto ditto in bonds 359 7 1
Sir Thomas Crispe, Receiver Outwards, for Custom on subsidy goods 97 7
the Queen's Remembrancer's Office in money received upon bonds there to be prosecuted 122 16
received for interest on certain transport debentures taken for payment of Customs anno 1703 25 13
and for interest of bonds received of several merchants 18 17
(total London port 13,147l. 18s. 11¾d.)
Outports:
Bristol (Jacob Reynardson) 632 17
Bydeford (Charles Jones) 567 16
Berwick (James Howard) (fn. 1) 108 12
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 50 0 0
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 53 0 0
Exeter (Richard Score*) 19 13
ditto (Thomas Jans) 195 11 0
ditto (William Chamberlain) 2 4
Falmouth (William Pye) 127 0 7
Fowey (Thomas Bulley) 0 13
Leverpool (Nathaniel Smith) 2,228 10 0
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 82 6
Looe (James Strong*) 24 6
Milford (David Morris*) 17 16
Minehead (Francis Webber) 28 8 11
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 131 17
Plymouth (David Morris) 204 2 0
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 214 9
Stockton (William Douthwaite*) 175 11 10
Whitehaven (Warwick Arthur*) 165 8 0
ditto (Joseph Sewell*) 60 0 0
ditto (Alfred Lawson) 1,000 0 0
24,638 5
(total Outports 11,490l. 6s. 6½d.)
out of Customs which commenced 1 Aug. 1710:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt in money 156,616 12 7
ditto on Wines in money 73,917 4
ditto ditto in bonds 2,139 7 8
ditto on Plantation goods in money 110,721 14
ditto ditto in Tobacco bonds 69,076 10
Sir Thomas Crispe for Custom on Subsidy Goods 149 7 2
Timothy Thornbury for Custom on Leather Outwards 129 10 2
(total London port 412,750l. 7s. 0½d.)
Outports:
Bristol (Jacob Reynardson) 4,094 18
Bridlington (John Bower) 11 5 11¼
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 621 0 0
Berwick (George Moore) 50 0 1
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 50 0 0
Colchester (James Bruce) 68 10
Dover (John Ball) 0 1
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 54 18
Exeter (Richard Score*) 97 11 10
ditto (Thomas Jans*) 304 10 8
ditto (William Chamberlaine) 905 16 8
Falmouth (William Pye) 300 0 0
Gloucester (Richard Cossely) 12 10
Hull (Hugh Mason) 706 13
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 168 9 11½
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 42 0
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 1,720 9 8
Liverpool (Nathaniel Smith) 8,145 4 10
Lancaster (Joseph Bently) 96 4
Malden (Peter Robjent) 37 4 0
Milford (William Goodacre) 0 3 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 119 13 8
Newhaven (Alexander Shoebridge) 39 13
Portsmouth (Samuel Binkes) 5 7 6
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 636 9
Plymouth (David Morris) 126 0
Rochester (John Pope) 248 10 0
Sunderland (William Etterick) 47 8 11
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 70 0 0
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 1 16
Whitehaven (Warwick Arthur*) 860 19 11
ditto (Alfred Lawson) 149 12 2
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 207 13 8
Whitby (George Trotter) 3 19 3
432,755 6
(total Outports 20,004l. 19s. 3¾d.)
total for the Customs 457,435l. 15s. 3d.
out of the Additional Impositions which determined 31 July 1710:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 3,453 7 3
the Queen's Remembrancer's Office in money received on bonds delivered there to be prosecuted 464 0 0
(total London port 3,917l. 7s. 3d.)
Outports:
Bridgwater (William Cornish) 0 6 6
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 150 6 1
Cowes (Thomas Cole*) 0 1 9
Dover (Robert Bretton*) 373 13
Exeter (Richard Score*) 36 13
ditto (William Chamberlain) 6
Lynn (John Kent*) 40 15
Milford (David Morris*) 0 10
Poulton (Thomas Nosworthy*) 18 0
Plymouth (David Morris) 58 7 11¾
Penzance (Charles Jones*) 6 11 11
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 30 12 10¼
Sandwich (William Farnolls*) 49 18
Whitehaven (Joseph Sewell*) 3 14
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 6 3
4,693 9
(total in the Outports 776l. 2s. 5¼d.)
out of the Additional Impositions which commenced 1 Aug. 1710:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 27,274 1 6
ditto on Wines 2,674 12 6
and on Plantation goods 2,194 4 5
(total London port 32,142l. 18s. 5d.)
Outports:
Bristol (Jacob Reynardson) 994 1
Bridlington (John Bower) 9 7
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 9 4 10¾
Berwick (George Moore) 2 15
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 19 0 0
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 125 0 0
Colchester (James Bruce) 18 10
Dover (John Ball) 170 10 4
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 193 14 11¼
Exeter (Richard Score*) 9 8
ditto (Thomas Jans) 50 6 4
ditto (William Chamberlain) 82 4
Falmouth (William Pye) 53 0
Fowey (Thomas Bulley) 1 10 11½
Hull (Hugh Mason) 851 4
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 91 14 10¼
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 519 0
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 30 0 0
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 317 14 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 17 11
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 26 2
Minehead (Francis Webber) 20 0 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 169 17 11
Portsmouth (Samuel Binks) 1,236 13
Plymouth (David Morris) 759 17
Poole (Francis Metcalfe) 13 18
Rochester (John Pope) 342 0 0
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 514 1 9
Sunderland (William Etterick) 14 1
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 51 14 4
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 0 4
Whitby (George Trotter) 1 13 5
38,346 2
(total in the Outports 6,203l. 4s. 4½d.)
total for the Additional Impositions 43,039l. 12s. 5¾d.
out of the New Subsidy which determined 1 Feb. 1699–1700:
Bydiford (John Bolitho*) 188 2
Colchester (Robert Meadowes*) 241 3 10½
Leverpoole (Edward Scarborough*) 843 5 10¼
Looe (James Strong*) 50 14 10½
Poulton (Thomas Nosworthy*) 15 5
1,338 12
out of the New Subsidy which determined 8 March 1701–2:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on Wines 1,276 5 8
Outports:
Bydiford (John Bolitho*) 35 18
Lynn (John Kent*) 38 7 10
Poulton (Thomas Nosworthy*) 65 2
Whitehaven (Joseph Sewell*) 9 19
1,425 13
(total Outports 149l. 7s. 10¼d.)
out of the New Subsidy which commenced 8 March 1701–2:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 126,212 0
ditto on Wines 55,143 9 0
ditto on Plantation goods in money 31,539 10 10
ditto ditto in bonds 68,585 13 3
several merchants for interest on bonds 20 19 10
(total London port 281,501l. 13s. 5½d.)
Outports.
Arundell (Nicholas Eveleigh) 8 17 7
Bridgewater (William Cornish) 66 8
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 22,088 15
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 44 14
Bridlington (John Bower) 66 1
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 1,011 11
Berwick (George Moore) 52 8
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 130 0 0
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 51 5
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 936 3 2
Cowes (Thomas Cole*) 23 6
ditto (John Dale) 79 7 0
Colchester (James Bruce) 171 16
Dover (Robert Bretton*) 215 11 10
ditto (John Ball) 323 4 7
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 130 2
Deale (Patrick Mein*) 25 19
ditto (John Bower*) 14 1
ditto (John Ball*) 38 17
ditto (Salathiel Rolfe) 30 14 10
Exeter (Richard Score*) 112 9
ditto (Thomas Jans*) 795 10
ditto (William Chamberlain) 1,510 4 6
Falmouth (Ambrose Thompson*) 121 12
ditto (William Pye) 732 7 0
Fowey (Thomas Bully) 48 17
Feversham (John Smallman) 0 2 10¼
Hull (Hugh Mason) 3,061 18 2
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 214 4 5
Ilfracomb (John Keir) 30 0 0
Ipswich (Samuel Kettleby) 49 7
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 67 13 6
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 481 0 0
Leverpoole (Edmond Smith*) 199 0 0
ditto (Nathaniel Smith) 6,739 10
Lynn (John Kent*) 45 16
ditto (Henry Hare) 989 0 0
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 343 12
Looe (John Dyer) 0 9 10
Milford (David Morris*) 13 7
ditto (William Goodacre) 341 14 10
Minehead (Francis Webber) 306 15 6
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 1,983 5
Newhaven (Alexander Shoebridge) 29 1
Portsmouth (John Weaver*) 500 0 0
ditto (Samuel Binkes) 1,268 1
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 181 19
Plymouth (David Morris) 1,660 8 10
Penzance (Charles Jones*) 36 12
ditto (Richard Score) 38 19 2
Padstow (Cornelius Parminter*) 81 18 0
Poole (William Chamberlain*) 31 0
ditto (Francis Medcalfe) 8 12
Poulton (William Jennings) 9 12
Rochester (John Pope) 829 7 0
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 798 9
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 43 7
Scarborough (John Baynes) 47 0 10
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 360 11
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 150 12
ditto (William Farnolls*) 13 8
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 8 8
Whitehaven (Joseph Sewell*) 10 10
ditto (Warwick Arthur*) 360 13 3
ditto (Alfred Lawson) 1,045 10 0
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 567 12
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 2 13
Whitby (George Trotter) 37 19 7
Wells (John Keen) 63 13
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 1,177 10
334,563 2
(total Outports 53,061l. 8s. 10¼d.)
total for the new subsidy on tonnage and poundage 337,327l. 7s. 10¼d.
out of the One Third Subsidy which determined 8 March 1706–7:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on Wines 935 3 7
Outports:
Bristoll (John Sansome*) 40 0
Bydiford (John Bolitho*) 132 10 10
Dover (Robert Bretton*) 9 6
Leverpoole (Edward Scarborough*) 345 2 4
Lynn (John Kent*) 14 10
Poulton (Thomas Nosworthy*) 1 16
Penzance (Charles Jones*) 25 16 2
Whitehaven (Joseph Sewell*) 54 2
Weymouth (Thomas Bower*) 20 0 0
1,578 8
(total in the Outports 643l. 4s. 9½d.) out of the One Third Subsidy which commenced 8 March 1706–7:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 41,792 15 7
ditto on Wines 16,496 8 1
ditto on Plantation goods in money 9,894 16 2
ditto ditto in bonds 23,194 9 4
several merchants for interest on bonds 5 0
(total London port 91,383l. 9s. 4½d.)
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 7,746 6 6
Bridgewater (William Cornish) 22 2
Bydiford (John Bolitho*) 49 0
ditto (Charles Jones) 590 10 10
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 12 6 10
Bridlington (John Bower) 22 0 5
Berwick (George Moore) 16 11
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 63 18 0
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 17 1 10¼
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 258 0 0
Cowes (Thomas Cole*) 18 2
ditto (John Dale) 24 0 0
Colchester (James Bruce) 61 3
Dover (Robert Bretton*) 402 2 8
ditto (John Ball) 73 7 10½
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 3 2
Deal (Patrick Mein*) 11 16 8
ditto (John Power*) 4 10 5
ditto (John Ball*) 12 17
ditto (Salathiel Rolfe) 8 12
Exeter (Richard Score*) 79 6 10
ditto (Thomas Jans*) 275 12 5
ditto (William Chamberlaine) 454 2
Falmouth (Ambrose Thompson*) 61 16 10
ditto (William Pye) 94 18 7
Fowey (Thomas Bully) 5 18 10¾
Feversham (John Smallman) 0 0 11¼
Hull (Hugh Mason) 1,025 2
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 65 19
Ipswich (Samuel Kettleby) 4 1
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 26 13
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 112 0 0
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 2,301 9 0
Lynn (John Kent*) 52 10 9
ditto (Henry Hare) 157 3 3
Lancaster (Joseph Bently) 105 6 2
Milford (David Morris*) 29 18 11
ditto (William Goodacre) 96 0 0
Minehead (Francis Webber) 95 16 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 560 4 9
Newhaven (Alexander Shoebridge) 11 9
Portsmouth (Samuel Binkes) 228 9
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 68 17
Plymouth (David Morris) 579 5
Penzance (Richard Score) 5 12 5
ditto (Charles Jones*) 22 17
Poole (William Chamberlain) 8 0 5
Poulton (William Jennings) 3 4 2
Rochester (John Pope) 259 1 5
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 103 12 10¼
Sunderland (William Etterick) 11 5
Scarborough (John Baynes) 8 4
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 104 17
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 50 10
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 3 15
Whitehaven (Alfred Lawson) 270 0 0
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 103 16 10
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 0 17
Whitby (George Trotter) 12 13 3
Wells (John Keen) 21 4 4
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 375 10
108,828 11
(total Outports 17,445l. 1s. 10d.)
total for the First Additional Subsidy 110,406l. 19s. 7d.
out of the Second Additional or Two Thirds Subsidy:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 58,279 4 9
ditto on Wines 34,292 18
ditto on Plantation goods 1,128 16
(total London port 93,700l. 19s. 1d.)
Outports:
Bristoll (John Sansome*) 760 13 3
ditto (Jacob Reynardson) 3,900 12
Bridgewater (William Cornish) 44 5
Bydiford (John Bolitho*) 129 3 10¼
ditto (Charles Jones) 391 14 3
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 30 16 9
Bridlington (John Bower) 43 13
Berwick (George Moore) 35 2
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 37 17
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 34 5
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 415 0 0
Cowes (Thomas Cole*) 50 18
ditto (John Dale) 49 0 0
Colchester (James Bruce) 34 12
Dover (John Ball) 140 18 3
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 3 8
Deale (Patrick Mein*) 31 18 6
ditto (John Ball*) 17 8 2
ditto (Salathiel Rolfe) 15 16
Exeter (Richard Score*) 69 15 4
ditto (Thomas Jans*) 202 9
ditto (William Chamberlain) 661 7
Falmouth (Ambrose Thompson*) 78 3
ditto (William Pye) 56 14
Fowey (Thomas Bully) 11 17
Feversham (John Smalman) 0 1 10½
Hull (Hugh Mason) 1,446 16
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 108 2 11½
Ipswich (Samuel Kettleby) 5 5
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 38 13
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 20 0 0
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 732 14 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 424 5 0
Lancaster (Joseph Bently) 106 16 9
Milford (David Morris*) 4 9
ditto (William Goodacre) 35 0 0
Minehead (Francis Webber) 223 10 4
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 1,235 13
Newhaven (Alexander Shoebridge) 16 17
Portsmouth (Samuel Binkes) 775 17 6
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 58 12
Plymouth (David Morris) 487 10
Penzance (Charles Jones*) 75 5
ditto (Richard Score) 10 7 10
Poole (William Chamberlaine) 16 1
Poulton (William Jennings) 6 8
Rochester (John Pope) 436 8 6
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 301 18
Sunderland (William Etterick) 23 18
Scarborough (John Baynes) 15 0
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 130 0
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 32 2
ditto (William Farnolls*) 0 7 10
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 4 6
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 25 10
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 1 15
Whitby (George Trotter) 22 11
Wells (John Keen) 39 14
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 342 7
108,153 3 0
(total Outports 14,452l. 3s. 11d.)
out of the new duty on Coffee, Tea, etc., which commenced 1 May 1701:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 23,691 9
ditto on Plantation goods 3,990 10 0
(total London port 27,681l. 19s. 2½d.)
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 2,476 10
Dover (Robert Bretton*) 75 19
ditto (John Ball) 2 0 0
Deal (Patrick Mein*) 1 4 0
ditto (Salathiel Rolfe) 1 11
Exeter (Richard Score*) 10 19
ditto (William Chamberlain) 35 19
Falmouth (William Pye) 728 16 0
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 21 3 10½
Lynn (John Kent*) 1 4 10¾
Milford (William Goodacre) 43 13
Portsmouth (Samuel Binkes) 367 11
Plymouth (David Morris) 1,415 18
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 38 6 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 20 13 8
32,923 10 10
(total Outports 5,241l. 11s. 7½d.)
out of the Additional Duties on Coffee and Tea, 15 per cent. on Callicoes, etc.:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 74,551 3 10
ditto on Plantation goods 2,592 1
(total London port 77,143l. 5s. 5½d.)
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 1,992 10 10¼
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 25 5 10
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 1 3 1
Dover (John Ball) 2 0 0
Deal (Patrick Mein*) 1 4 0
ditto (Salathiel Rolfe) 1 13
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 56 3
ditto (Richard Score*) 8 5 11½
ditto (Thomas Jans*) 1 18 4
Falmouth (Ambrose Thompson*) 4 18
ditto (William Pye) 0 17 2
Hull (Hugh Mason) 0 3
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 21 4 10½
Lynn (John Kent*) 1 4 10¾
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 0 6 6
Portsmouth (Samuel Binkes) 35 6 6
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 20 13 8
79,318 6
(total Outports 2,175l. 0s. 6¾d.)
total on the New and Additional Duties on Coffee and Tea 112,241l. 16s. 10¼d.
out of the Duty of 25l. per tun on French Wines imported:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 150 18 8
ditto on Wines 5,052 3
(total London port 5,203l. 2s. 2½d.)
Outports:
Bristoll (John Sansome) 119 19
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 2 19 4
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 100 0 0
Dover (John Ball) 110 0
Falmouth (William Pye) 0 16 8
ditto (Ambrose Thompson) 75 0 0
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 18 7 1
Looe (James Strong*) 1 3
Portsmouth (Samuel Binkes) 25 0 0
Poulton (Thomas Noseworthy*) 11 18 9
5,668 7
(total Outports 465l. 5s. 2¾d.)
out of the Duty of 25l. per tun on French Prize Wine:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 60 10 3
ditto on Wines 3,861 4 1
(total London port 3,921l. 14s. 4d.)
Outports:
Arundell (Nicholas Eveleigh) 25 0 0
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 5 3 2
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 38 15 5
Cowes (Thomas Cole) 4 1
Colchester (James Bruce) 2 19
Dover (John Ball) 847 14
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 887 1
Deale (Patrick Mein*) 6 12
ditto (John Power*) 1 7
ditto (Salathiel Rolfe) 18 18 11½
Exeter (Thomas Jans*) 7 10
ditto (William Chamberlain) 10 16
Falmouth (William Pye*) 22 6 5
ditto (Ambrose Thompson) 30 9
Fowey (Thomas Bully) 188 8
Feversham (John Smallman) 18 19
Hull (Hugh Mason) 1 9
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 43 10
Ipswich (Samuel Kettleby) 5 5
Leverpoole (Edmond Smith*) 30 16 0
Portsmouth (Samuel Binkes) 230 15 0
Plymouth (David Morris) 140 4 9
Penzance (Richard Score) 80 9
Poole (Francis Medcalfe) 53 3
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 2,775 0 11
Sunderland (William Etterick) 4 5
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 0 15 10¼
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 5 0
9,408 16
(total Outports 5,487l. 2s. 0¼d.)
total for the duty of 25l. per tun on Wines imported and French Prize Wine 15,077l. 3s. 9½d.
for the Tonnage Duty on English Ships:
Outports:
Looe (James Strong*) 0 5
Poulton (Thomas Nosworthy) 4 10 11¼
4 16
for the Duty on Whale fins which determined 31 July 1710:
Whitehaven (Joseph Sewell) 0 11 0
for the Duty on Whale fins which commenced 1 Aug. 1710:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 3,769 3 8
ditto on Plantation goods 223 14 7
(total London port 3,992l. 18s. 3d.)
Outports:
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 35 9 10¼
4,028 8
total for the Duties on Whale fins 4,028l. 19s. 1¼d.
for the Duty of 15l. per cent. on Muslins:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 55,866 6 11
for the Impost on Leather:
Outports:
Poulton (Thomas Nosworthy*) 0 12 0
out of the Duty on Coals, etc., which determined 14 May 1703:
Outports:
Looe (James Strong*) 0 6
out of the Duty on Coals which determined 14 May 1708:
Outports:
Bristoll (John Sansome*) 2 16 3
Padstowe (Cornelius Parminter*) 230 14 5
Sandwich (William Farnolls*) 436 5
Whitehaven (Joseph Sewell*) 1 4
671 0
out of the Duty on Coals which determined 29 Sept. 1710:
London port:
Richard Peirce in bonds 89 13 4
several merchants for interest on bonds 50 14
(total London port 140l. 7s. 9½d.)
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 28 13
Bridgewater (William Cornish) 180 14 6
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 17 13
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 237 10 0
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 26 7 7
Cowes (Thomas Cole) 4 15
Colchester (James Bruce) 0 9
Chichester (Henry Baker) 54 1 4
Dover (John Ball) 78 3 11¾
Deale (John Power*) 0 9
ditto (Patrick Mein*) 291 7
Exeter (Richard Score*) 25 16
Falmouth (William Pye) 7 3
Fowey (Thomas Bully) 6 10
Feversham (John Smallman) 63 6 11
Gloucester (Richard Corsley) 5 1 8
Gweeke (Bernard Penrose) 3 17
Hull (Hugh Mason) 71 7
Ilfracomb (John Keis) 22 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 219 12 8
Lancaster (Joseph Bently) 12 17 2
Malden (Peter Robjent) 257 12 3
Milford (David Morris) 25 9 11¾
ditto (William Goodacre) 23 4
Minehead (Francis Webber) 281 5 2
Portsmouth (Samuel Binkes) 337 16
Plymouth (David Morris) 157 4
Penzance (Richard Score) 30 17
Padstow (Richard Jennings) 30 6 8
Poole (William Chamberlain) 43 9 10
Rochester (John Pope) 100 18 0
Rye (George Shuckburgh) 16 2
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 5 0
Scarborough (John Baynes) 25 16
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 40 3
Shoreham (Abraham Aldersey) 20 0 0
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 105 18
Truro (Richard Jennings) 48 14 10¼
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 17 7 3
Wells (Alexander Middleton*) 45 9
ditto (John Keen) 33 10 0
3,144 14
(total Outports 3,004l. 6s. 5¼d.)
Out of the Duty of 3s. per chaldron on Coals which commenced 30 Sept. 1710:
London port:
Richard Pierce, Collector, in money 45,078 15 8
ditto in bonds 6,050 9 0
several merchants for interest on bonds 29 11
(total London port 51.158l. 15s. 10¼d.)
Outports:
Arundell (Nicholas Eveleigh) 47 12 2
Aldeburgh (James Syred) 111 8 9
Bridgewater (William Cornish) 757 0 0
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 84 9
Bridlington (John Bower) 380 4 11½
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 231 16 10½
Berwick (George Moore) 5 14
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 441 4 0
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 1,650 2 4
Cowes (Thomas Cole*) 48 5
ditto (John Dale) 30 0 0
Colchester (James Bruce) 724 4 10¾
Dover (John Ball) 297 7
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 34 4
Deale (John Powell*) 8 16 9
ditto (John Ball*) 112 1
ditto (Salathiel Rolfe) 94 17
Exeter (Richard Score*) 91 2 9
ditto (Thomas Jans) 9 6 9
ditto (William Chamberlain) 118 6
Falmouth (Ambrose Thompson*) 133 11
ditto (William Pye) 55 14
Feversham (John Smallman) 424 12
Gloucester (Richard Corsley) 62 17
Hull (Hugh Mason) 658 19
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 651 18
Ilfracomb (John Keir) 10 0 0
Ipswich (Samuel Kettleby) 1,022 10 5
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 181 2
Leigh (Charles Horwell) 66 10 9
Lynn (Henry Hare) 5,472 11 11¼
Lancaster (Joseph Bently) 33 13
Malden (Peter Robjent) 594 17 1
Minehead (Francis Webber) 223 18 2
Milford (William Goodacre) 42 13
Newhaven (Alexander Shoebridge) 11 5 10¼
Portsmouth (Samuel Binkes) 589 17
Penrynn (Ambrose Thompson) 28 14 3
Plymouth (David Morris) 187 15 7
Padstow (Richard Jennings*) 52 5
ditto (William Taylor) 90 0 0
Poole (William Chamberlain*) 5 6 0
ditto (Francis Medcalfe) 20 5
Poulton (William Jennings) 2 19
Rochester (John Pope) 809 5 9
Rye (George Shuckburgh) 21 0
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 439 4
Scarborough (John Baynes) 332 5 5
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 17 17
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 614 2 0
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 6 12
Shoreham (John Goldham) 40 0 0
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 54 13
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 205 7 11
Whitby (George Trotter) 1,089 10
Wells (John Keen) 652 15
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 5,320 10
76,664 10 4
(total Outports 25,505l. 14s. 5¾d.)
Out of the Additional Duty of 2s. per Chaldron on Coals which commenced 9 March, 1710–11.
London port:
Richard Peirce in money 28,998 14
ditto in bonds 2,713 4 4
several merchants for interest on bonds 6 0 3
(total London port 31,717l. 18s. 11½d.)
Outports:
Arundel (Nicholas Eveleigh) 3 14 10¾
Aldeburgh (Jacob Syred) 66 9 10¾
Bridgewater (William Cornish) 311 0 0
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 48 2 7
Bridlington (John Bower) 178 5
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 101 6 0
Berwick (George Moore) 1 13
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 187 3
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 913 9 2
Cowes (Thomas Cole*) 11 5 10¾
ditto (John Dale) 21 0 0
Colchester (James Bruce) 392 14 11½
Dover (John Ball) 177 6
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 11 19
Deal (John Ball)* 74 14
ditto (Salathiel Rolfe) 63 5 1
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 90 0
Falmouth (William Pye) 19 10
Feversham (John Smallman) 257 8
Gloucester (Richard Corsley) 30 2
Hull (Hugh Mason) 323 5 10
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 371 4 11
Ipswich (Samuel Kettleby) 436 7
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 78 6
Leigh (Charles Horwell) 44 7 2
Lynn (Henry Hare) 2,530 6 11¾
Lancaster (Joseph Bently) 13 3
Malden (Peter Robjent) 231 12 9
Minehead (Francis Webber) 30 0 0
Milford (William Goodacre) 15 12
Newhaven (Alexander Shoebridge) 7 10
Portsmouth (Samuel Binkes) 417 14 11
Penrynn (Ambrose Thompson) 10 13
Padstow (William Taylor) 60 0 0
Poole (Francis Medcalfe) 13 10
Poulton (William Jennings) 1 19 7
Rochester (John Pope) 492 7
Rye (George Shuckburgh) 14 0
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 206 10 10¼
Scarborough (John Baynes) 141 13
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 8 19
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 318 11
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 136 10
Whitby (George Trotter) 600 6 11¾
Wells (John Keen) 279 16 3
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 3,024 6
44,487 10
(total Outports 12,769l. 11s. 7d.)
total for the New and Additional Duties on Coals 124,968l. 1s. 3¾d.
For the Impost 1709 on Pepper, Raisins, etc.:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 18,530 17
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 2,093 18
Cowes (Thomas Cole*) 0 14 11
Colchester (James Bruce) 6 1 6
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 1 3 11¼
Deale (Patrick Mein*) 0 2 3
ditto (Salathiel Rolfe) 3 3
Exeter (Richard Score*) 7 2 1
ditto (Thomas Jans*) 0 11
ditto (William Chamberlain) 271 14
Falmouth (William Pye) 0 3
Hull (Hugh Mason) 11 10 10¼
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 1 9
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 7 6
Plymouth (David Morris) 177 4 9
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 100 0 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 77 16 7
21,291 1
(total Outports 2,760l. 4s. 2¼d.)
Out of the Duty on Candles:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 12 19 10½
Outports.
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 0 17 2
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 3 18
17 15 2
(total Outports 4l. 15s. 3½d.)
Out of the Additional Duty on Candles:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 11 9 10½
Outports:
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 3 18
15 8 0
total for the New and Additional Duty on Candles 33l. 3s. 2d.
For the Duty on Hides and Skins:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 1,332 13 6
ditto on Plantation goods 7 17 4
(total London port 1,340l. 10s. 10d.)
Outports:
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 0 15 0
Deal (Salathiel Rolfe) 0 8 0
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 0 2 1
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 1 13 0
1,343 8 11
(total Outports 2l. 18s. 1d.)
For the Duty on Hops:
Dover (John Ball) 27 2 6
For the Duty on Goods Exported from 8 March 1710:
London port:
Sir Thomas Crispe for Custom on Subsidy goods Outwards 8,476 8 0
Timothy Thornbury for Custom on Leather 631 16 1
Richard Miller for Custom on White Woollen Cloth 521 2 6
(total London port 9,629l. 6s. 7d.)
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 650 0 0
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 38 11 0
Bridlington (John Bower) 29 9 6
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 2 16
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 1,215 0 0
Colchester (James Bruce) 40 0 0
Dover (John Ball) 10 1
Dar[t]mouth (James Jenkinson) 4 2
Deale (John Ball*) 0 2 0
ditto (Salathiel Rolfe) 0 0 6
Exeter (Thomas Jans*) 0 15
Falmouth (William Pye) 49 16 2
Feversham (John Smallman) 0 15 0
Gloucester (Richard Cosley) 1 10 0
Hull (Hugh Mason) 1,735 13 6
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 62 10
Ipswich (Samuel Kettleby) 1 2 6
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 515 6 0
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 44 10
Milford (William Goodacre) 60 0 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 3,078 19 11½
Portsmouth (Samuel Binkes) 20 9 0
Penrynn (Ambrose Thompson) 98 19 6
Poole (William Chamberlain) 5 13
Poulton (William Jennings) 1 7 8
Southampton (Fancis Medcalfe) 16 12 9
Sunderland (William Etterick) 1.793 0 11½
Scarborough (John Baynes) 73 0 0
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 566 2 5
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 3 4 6
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 20 0 0
Truro (Richard Jennings) 50 0 0
Whitehaven (Richard Gibson) 120 0 0
Whitby (George Trotter) 48 0 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 384 19
20,371 19
(total Outports 10,742l. 12s. 7¼d.)
For the Duty on White Woollen Cloth:
London port:
Sir Thomas Crispe, Receiver 5 10 0
Richard Miller, Collector 43 15 0
49 5 0
For the Coinage Duty:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 227 1 2
ditto on Wines 5,422 4
(total London port 5,649l. 5s. 11½d.)
Outports:
Arundell (Nicholas Eveleigh) 3 4 8
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 186 12
Bridgewater (William Cornish) 8 16 1
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 1 4 0
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 98 13 10
Berwick (James Howard*) 2 12 7
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 1 2
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 20 0 0
Cowes (Thomas Cole) 5 16 10
Dover (John Ball) 42 18 1
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 20 7
Deale (Patrick Mein*) 5 5
ditto (John Power*) 0 6
ditto (John Ball*) 6 14
ditto (Salathiel Rolfe) 1 18
Exeter (Richard Score*) 8 16 2
ditto (Thomas Jans*) 44 8 10½
ditto (William Chamberlain) 87 0
Falmouth (Ambrose Thompson*) 47 14
ditto (William Pye) 31 17
Fowey (Thomas Bully) 4 15
Feversham (John Smallman) 0 4
Hull (Hugh Mason) 42 15 0
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 5 17
Ipswich (Samuel Kettleby) 0 13
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 13 15 9
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 62 8 0
Lynn (John Kent*) 62 2 10¼
ditto (Henry Hare) 56 0 0
Milford (David Morris*) 0 18 11½
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 7 18
Newhaven (Alexander Shoebridge) 4 0 0
Portsmouth (Samuel Binkes) 10 15 0
Penrynn (Ambrose Thompson) 17 12 7
Poulton (Thomas Nosworthy*) 0 18
Plymouth (David Morris) 88 11 10½
Penzance (Charles Jones*) 2 8
ditto (Richard Score) 10 14
Poole (William Chamberlain*) 0 18 6
ditto (Francis Medcalfe*) 1 2 6
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 130 9
Sunderland (William Etterick) 0 1 9
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 0 2
Whitehaven (Joseph Sewell*) 1 16 10½
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 20 7 10
6,822 4 10¾
(total Outports 1,172l. 18s. 11¼d.)
for the Duty ofper cent.:
Thomas Scott, husband of this duty 6,279 6 7
for the Enumerated Duties:
Jaheel Brent, late Collector at Boston in New England 110 14 4
William Sharpe, late Collector at Barbadoes 890 6 8
Thomas Edwards, Collector there 604 6 8
Thomas Byerley, Collector at New York 983 8 7
Samuel Lowman, Collector at New castle in Pensilvania 141 4 5
Richard Buckeridge, Collector at Antegoa 1,061 0
Peter Beckford, Collector at Jamaica 294 13 10
John Moore, Collector at Philadelphia 110 3 0
John Helden, Collector at St. Christopher's 50 0 0
William Swann, Collector at Currituck in North Carolina 53 0 0
Samuel Swann, Collector at Roanoake in North Carolina 99 8 3
4,398 6
(total for the above Customs and Duties 1,429,166l. 12s. 7d.)
money received of Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver in the Port of London, for the new duty of 5l. per cent. on East India Goods under the Act 9 and 10 Wm. III [9 Wm. III, c. 44, § 66] to be paid over to the East India Company for the maintenance of Ambassadors, etc. 91,518 13 3
money received of Charles Craydon, Receiver General in Scotland, the like sum being paid to Charles Godolphin for salaries of clerks employed by him on registering the trading ships of Scotland 62 10 0
total charge and receipts 1,755,871 16 10¼
Discharge
Salaries of the Commissioners and other Officers of the Customs borne upon the Quarter Books in the Port of London:
Charles Godolphin, Thomas Newport, William Culliford, John Shute, Sir John Werden, Sir Matthew Dudley and Sir John Stanley, bts., Commissioners of Customs 7,000 0 0
Charles Godolphin, Register General of all Trading Ships 500 0 0
Charles Carkesse, Secretary to the Commissioners 400 0 0
John Brydges, Solicitor for the Customs 300 0 0
Charles Davenant, Inspector General of Exports and Imports, for himself and clerks 1,200 0 0
Arnold Sansome, Comptroller, ditto 580 0 0
George Langton, Inspector of the Outport Collectors, ditto 600 0 0
William Taylor, Usher of the Custom House, for staff 234 0 0
other Officers of the Customs, detailed at length 17,153 8 5
27,967 8 5
salaries of the patent Officers in the Port of London:
Rowland Holt, Comptroller General 1,000 0 0
Sir John Shaw, bt., and Charles Shaw, Collector Inwards 466 13 4
Sir Thomas Crisp, Collector Outwards 276 13 4
the heirs of Andrew Newport and James Hasell, Surveyor General 500 0 0
Charles Downing, Comptroller of the Great and Petty Customs 255 0 0
Thomas Gibson and others, Surveyor of the Petty Customs 300 0 0
Henry Ferne, this Accomptant 1,000 0 0
other Officers named and detailed at length 2,279 8 7
6,077 15 3
salaries of the patent Officers in the Outports, named and detailed at length (William Waterson, Surveyor of the Customs in the Outports 366l. 16s. 8d., Bristol 218l. 17s. 6d., Exeter 134l. 10s., Hull 106l. 13s. 4d., Lynn 101l. 10s., Southampton 224l. 3s. 4d., Sandwich 110l. 8s. 4d., and several other places under 100l. each) 2,022 4 5
salaries of the Officers in the plantations:
Thomas Broughton, Collector, Charles Town, South Carolina (half year) 30 0 0
Peter Jacob Guerard, Comptroller, North Carolina (ditto) 25 0 0
Nathaniel Chevin, Collector, Roanoake, North Carolina (year) 40 0 0
Edward Hill, Collector, James River (Upper Part), Virginia (1½ years) 60 0 0
George Luke, Collector, James River (lower part), Virginia (ditto) 150 0 0
Sampson Trevethan, Surveyor, Elizabeth River, Virginia (year) 45 0 0
William Buckner, Collector, York River, Virginia (2 years) 80 0 0
Richard Chichester, Collector, Rappahanock River, Virginia (1½ years) 120 0 0
Robert Snead, Surveyor, Cape Charles, Virginia (year) 50 0 0
Henry Scarburgh, Collector, Accomack and Northampton Counties, Virginia (2 years) 80 0 0
John Phelps, Riding Surveyor, Potomock, Maryland (1½ years) 90 0 0
Stephen Knight, Riding Surveyor, Bahama and Sasafras, Maryland (1½ years) 75 0 0
William Fassett, Surveyor, Wiccomoco and Munni, Maryland, 22 March 1706–7 to 18 April 1709 at 25l. and thence to Xmas 1710 at 40l. 119 3 9
William Dyer, Surveyor, Delaware Bay, Maryland (2 years) 100 0 0
William Alexander, Comptroller, Philadelphia, Pensilvania (year) 80 0 0
John Moore, Collector there (year) 160 0 0
Samuel Lowman, Collector, Newcastle, Pensilvania (1½ years, with boat allowance 3 years) 165 0 0
Henry Brooke, Collector, Lewis, Pensilvania (ditto) 255 0 0
John Graves, Collector, Bahama Islands (year) 70 0 0
Col. Robert Quary, Surveyor General of the Southern part of the Continent of America (himself, clerk and boat, for year) 495 0 0
Thomas Farmer, Collector, Perthamboy, East Jersey (26 July 1708 to Xmas 1710) 96 13 1
John Rolfe, Collector, Bridlington, West Jersey, Xmas 1708 to 18 April 1709 at 30l., and thence to Mids. 1711 at 40l.) 96 16 9
Thomas Byerley, Collector, New York (1½ years) 82 10 0
William Carter, Comptroller there (2 years) 110 0 0
John Jekyll, Collector, Boston, New England (year) 100 0 0
Thomas Newton, Comptroller there (1½ years) 105 0 0
Robert Armstrong, Collector and Surveyor, Piscataway, New England (year) 100 0 0
Nathaniel Kay, Collector and Surveyor, Rhode Island, New England (1½ years) 150 0 0
Charles Blechyndine, Collector and Surveyor, Salem and Marblehead, New England (year) 100 0 0
Archibald Cummings, Preventive Officer of the illegal trade in Newfoundland (year for self and boatmen) 150 0 0
Maurice Birchfield, Surveyor General of the Northern part of the Continent of America (himself and clerk, 1½ years) 622 10 0
John Manley, Plantation clerk (year) 100 0 0
4,102 13 7
annual and accidental payments out of the Customs, detailed (including 411l. 0s. 0d. to Sir John Cope, bt., for 1½ years' rent of the Custom House, 80l. 12s. 4d. for Exchequer fees (Pipe Office), 91l. 4s. 0d. for ditto (Queen's Remembrancer's Office), 489l. 19s. 8d. for money disbursed by the Queen's Remembrancer on books and parchment, etc., sums allowed for taxes on salaries not exceeding 60l. per an., auditors' fees, etc.) 4,515 8 3
ditto out of the New Additional Impositions 135 0 0
ditto out of the New Subsidy 175 0 0
ditto out of the One-Third Subsidy 80 0 0
ditto out of the Two-Thirds Subsidy 230 0 0
ditto out of the Duty on Coffee and Tea, etc. 25 0 0
ditto out of the Duty on Coffee, Tea, 15 per cent. on Callicoes, etc. 190 0 0
ditto out of the Duty on 25l. per tun on French Wines 40 0 0
ditto out of the Duty on Whale Fins 25 0 0
ditto out of the Duty of 15 per cent. on Muslins 450 0 0
ditto, out of the Duty of 3s. per chaldron on Coals 1,164 3
ditto out of the Additional Duty of 2s. per chaldron on Coals 108 16 7
ditto out of the Duties on Hides and Skins 2 5 0
ditto out of the Coinage Duty 257 8 0
ditto out of the Duty of 4½ per cent. 23 15 0
ditto out of the Enumerated Duties 5 0 0
total out of the several New Duties 2,911 8
allowance for necessary and incidental expenses, detailed at length, in managing the affairs of the Customs in the port of London 30,606 4
total payments and allowances out of the Customs and Subsidies and other New Duties 78,203l. 2s. 0¾d.
money allowed for damaged and over entered goods, for portage money and for goods exported:
damages and over entries 9,733 6
repaid upon portage bills 2,266 13 7
repaid upon debentures for goods exported:
out of the Customs for the Old Subsidy and the Additional Duty 124,008 11
ditto for corn exported 37,130 17
out of the New Additional Impositions to 31 July 1710 1,124 6
ditto from 1 Aug. 1710 5,099 7 3
out of the New Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage from 8 March 1701–2 103,924 14 6
out of the First or One-Third Additional Subsidy to 8 March 1706–7 888 9 10½
ditto from 8 March 1706–7 33,557 11 1
out of the Second Additional Subsidy (the Two-Thirds Subsidy) 14,853 12
out of the Duty on Coffee, Tea, etc., from 1 May 1701 2,326 16 10½
out of the Additional Duty on Coffee, Tea, etc., and 15 per cent. on Callicoes 54,829 5 4
out of the Duty on Whale Fins from 1 Aug. 1710 156 11
out of the Duty of 15 per cent. on Muslins 25,581 7 4
out of the Duty of 5s. per chaldron on Coals to 29 Sept. 1710 145 19
out of the Duty of 3s. per chaldron on Coals from 30 Sept. 1710 89 19 6
out of the New Duty on Pepper and Raisins 1,055 8 10
out of the New Duty on Candles 2 4
out of the Additional Duty on Candles 2 4
out of the Coinage Duty 43 1 8
404,820 9 9
total allowances for damaged and overentered goods, portage money and goods exported 416,820l. 9s. 6½d.
the Produce of the New Duty of 5l. per cent. on East India goods repaid to the Treasurer of the East India Company for the maintenance of Ambassadors, etc., under 9 and 10 William III [9 Wm. III, c. 44, § 66] 81,518 13 3
money paid out of the Customs in North Britain for expenses of registering the trading ships of Scotland 62 10 0
money paid over into the Receipt of the Exchequer, detailed by dates:
out of the Customs which determined 26 Dec. 1699 54 0 10½
ditto which commenced 1 Aug. 1710 209,594 13 11
ditto which determined 31 July 1710 12,475 8
222,124 3 7
out of the Additional Impositions to 31 July 1710 3,811 12
ditto from 1 Aug. 1710 32,923 12
36,735 4 3
out of the New Subsidy to 1 Feb. 1699–1700 1,338 12 1
ditto to 8 March 1701–2 1,425 13
ditto from 8 March 1701–2 231,592 4
234,356 9 9
out of the One-Third Subsidy to 8 March 1706–7 685 18 7
ditto from 8 March 1706–7 75,486 16 10
76,172 15 5
out of the Second Additional or Two-Thirds Subsidy 91,985 1 2
out of the New Duty on Coffee, Tea, etc., from 1 May 1701 30,310 6
out of the Additional Duty on ditto and 15 per cent. on Callicoes 24,088 19 11
54,399 6
out of the Duty of 25l. per tun on French Wine imported 5,647 10 7
out of the Duty of 25l. per tun on French Prize Wine 9,347 5
14,994 15
out of the Tonnage Duty on English ships 4 16 6
out of the duty on Whale Fins to 31 July 1710 0 11 0
ditto from 1 Aug. 1710 3,845 5 2
3,845 16 2
out of the Duty of 15 per cent. on Muslins 29,834 19 7
out of the Impost on Leather 0 12 0
out of the Duty on Coals to 14 May 1703 0 6
ditto to 14 May 1708 671 0
ditto to 29 Sept. 1710 4,829 15
out of the Duty of 3s. per chaldron from 30 Sept. 1710 72,525 18
out of the Additional Duty of 2s. per chaldron from 9 March 1710–11 42,191 0 7
120,218 0 0
out of the Impost 1709 on Pepper, Raisins, etc. 19,872 6
out of the New Duty on Candles 15 10
out of the Additional ditto 13 3
28 14 3
out of the New Duty on Hides and Skins 1,339 15 7
out of the New Duty on Hops 27 2 6
out of the New Duty on Goods Exported 20,371 19 4
out of the Duty on White Woollen Cloths 49 5 0
out of the Coinage Duty 6,513 8 10
out of the Duty of 4½ per cent. 6,255 11 7
out of the Enumerated Duties 4,388 6
total paid into the Exchequer as above 943,518l. 10s. 5d.
sum total of the payments and allowances aforesaid 1,520,123 5
and so remains 235,748 11 7
Whereof in bonds remaining in the Accomptant's hands:
for payment of Customs to 31 July 1710 43,914 12
ditto ditto from 1 Aug. 1710 54,604 4 4
ditto the New Additional Impositions to 31 July 1710 3,168 19 10
ditto arrears of the New Subsidy to 1 Feb. 1699–1700 1,809 18
ditto the New Subsidy to 8 March 1701–2 2,903 3 11¼
ditto ditto from 8 March 1701–2 82,952 8
ditto the One-Third Subsidy to 8 March 1706–7 16 18
ditto ditto from 8 March 1706–7 28,111 3 11
ditto the New Duties on Coal from 14 May 1703 19 15 0
ditto ditto to 29 Sept. 1710 148 10 10
ditto ditto of 3s. per chaldron on Coal from 30 Sept. 1710 3,866 11 9
ditto the Additional Duty of 2s. per chaldron on Coals from 9 March 1710 2,187 13 8
223,704 0 11
and in transport debentures unsatisfied (for arrears of Customs which determined 1 Aug. 1706) 1,357 4
and depending on sundry persons for money imprested to them:
in the accompt of John Knight, late Receiver General, from Mich. 1696 to 23 Oct. 1697 (detailed) 475 0 0
ditto of Richard Hutchinson, late Receiver General (detailed) 50 0 0
and on James Ball and John Cannon, Riding Officers in Kent 30 0 0
555 0 0
total of the supers as above 225,616 5
and so the Accomptant is indebted 10,132 6
Auditors' Memorandum. The Accomptant must deduct from the next salary due to Capt. Dines of the Wivenhoe Smack the sum of 10l. being so much repaid him for his tax in the country, which from neglect in appealing was charged upon him there as well as in the Tower Ward of London.
Declared 21 Jan. 1713–14.

Footnotes

  • 1. late Collector: those not so marked are the present Collectors.