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Declared Accounts: Excise

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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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Excise

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: EXCISE: GENERAL ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1434 [E351/1434]. AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1078, ROLL 728 [A.O.1/1078/728].
The Commissioners and Governors of Excise.
24 June 1710 to 24 June 1711.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in net money at 24 June 1710 90,773 10 11¾
remaining due from sundry brewers etc. in the Country 32,524 8
remaining due from sundry brewers etc. in London 12,981 9
remaining due from former Collectors etc. in the Country 25,549 11
remaining due from several present Country Collectors (3,447l. 14s. 4¾d.) and from Edward Hyrne, late Collector in London port (101l. 9s. 6¾d.), and from John Franks and John Courtney upon bond for the Duty on Brandy imported in London (170l. 2s. 0d.) 3,719 5 11½
resting due from several Collectors of Imported Liquors in the Outports (953l. 18s. 1¾d.) and from several persons upon Bond for the Duty on Imported Liquors, Plymouth port (37l. 13s. 4d.) 991 11
resting due from several persons concerned in collecting the Duties on Coffee, Cyder and Mead etc. in London 1,316 8 8
resting due from the Treasurer of the Navy for several Bills drawn on him 99 6 1
resting to be accompted for by noblemen and others for money taken up at the time of the late Revolution 18,723 12
money imprested to the Cashier 500 0 0
187,179 4 8
Receipts: the whole produce of the Excise for a year to 24 June 1711:
produce of the several Country Collections 672,513 8 0
produce of the Revenues in London and Westminster and Bills of Mortality 326,824 15
produce of Excise for Imported Liquors, London port and Outports 11,438 2 6
received for the Queen's part of Fines in London 108 11 11
1,010,884 17
sundry additions and overbalances etc.:
rent of a part of the old Excise office in Broad Street 92 0 0
money added to cash for errors in the salary bill etc. 31 17
overbalances paid in by sundry Collectors, detailed, with names of Collectors and their respective Collections 236 14
gross produce of the Duty upon Sweets intermixed in vouchers with Exciseable Liquors 47 2
407 14
total charge and receipts £1,198,471 16 7
Discharge.
Overbalances due to several Collectors and others:
to Edward Pilsworth, junior, a clerk to the late Surveyor General of London cyder, etc. 8 2 8
to sundry Country Collectors, not detailed here 194 12 6
to sundry Outports Collectors, ditto 5 15 10
208 11 0
salaries of Country Collectors, Riding Charges and Incident Charges; Salaries etc. of other Officers and Expenses of the Commissioners:
to sundry Collectors etc. in the country for salaries 69,715 1
ditto for Riding Charges 4,850 14 0
Incident charges 1,469 3 9
Officers' taxes 6,323 0
Charges in returning money to London 347 19 11
to Philip Ryley (22l.), Sir Marmaduke Wyvill, bt. (132l.) and to Christopher Montague (113l.) for Travelling Expenses 267 0 0
82,972 19
allowance of poundage to a Port Collector and others in Canterbury Collection 2 3 6
allowance for beer and cyder exported 457 4
allowance by Justices' warrants 148 8
allowance to the fishermen of Great Yarmouth in consideration of their payment of Excise on strong beer provided them for their North Sea and herring fishing 160 0 0
767 16 1
exports and over-charges allowed in London:
to sundry brewers for beer exported 241 15 2
to Daniel Wight for low wines and spirits exported 110 17 3
to sundry brewers for overcharges 543 1
to several distillers for low wines and spirits overcharged 33 13 0
to several persons for cyder over-charged 41 12
to two persons for mead over-charged 1 13 0
972 11 11½
(allowance for exports 352l. 12s. 5d., overcharges 619l. 19s. 6½d.)
allowances in the port of London and Outports:
London port, for Incident charges 281 4
allowance for Brandy over-entered 19 12
poundage and salaries to Collectors of Excise on Imported Liquors in the Outports 314 17
incident charges in the Outports 46 9 7
over-entries in the Outports 3 9 8
655 12 8
(London port 300l. 16s. 3¼d., Outports 364l. 16s. 4¾d.)
total for salaries and other allowances as above 85,379l. 0s. 3d.
Ready money received and particularly accompted for 959,249 17
total payments and allowances £1,044,837 8
and so remains 153,634l. 7s. 11¼d.
whereof
the nett money remaining unaccompted for 57,088 18
money remaining in arrear on brewers and others in the Counties 33,141 18
ditto in London (beer and ale 4,506l. 11s. 8¾d., strong waters 1,148l. 10s. 10¼d., low wines 2,492l. 8s. 11½d., coffee 2,832l. 5s. 10d., cyder 1,304l. 17s. 5¾d., mead 476l. 18s. 11d., and sweets 286l. 19s. 8¼d.) 13,048 13
remaining in arrear and unpaid by sundry Collectors and others, detailed, for the balance of their Accompts and Bills of Exchange 25,034 3
remaining in arrear and unpaid by several Collectors for moneys in their hands for the Excise Duty of the present year to Midsummer 1711 3,291 3 11
more ditto in London due from Edward Hyrne (101l. 9s. 6¾d.), John Franks and John Courtney (170l. 2s.) and from Patricius Roberts, a late Collector, (139l. 17s. 7¼d.) 411 9 2
more ditto due from Collectors in the Outports for the present year's duty on Imported Liquors 941 0 7
more from Richard Butler, late Collector of Plymouth port, for the Duty of Brandy on Bond (of Caleb Cotton and others named) 37 13 4
remaining as above in London from sundry clerks and others, detailed:
London Distillery 389 19 8
London Coffee 329 18
London Cyder 142 9
London Mead 447 8
London Sweets 6 12 0
1,316 8 8
several bills of exchange drawn upon the Treasurer of the Navy remaining unpaid on the Accompts of several Collectors, named 99 6 1
total arrears unpaid as above 31,131l. 5s. 6½d.
depending upon several noblemen and others 18,723 12
money imprested to the Cashier 500 0 0
sum total of the Supers to balance the Accompt £153,634 7 11¼
Declared 28 Aug. 1716.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: EXCISE: CASH ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1355 [E351/1355]. AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 911, ROLL 94 [A.O.1/911/94].
The Commissioners and Governors of Excise.
24 June 1710 to 24 June 1711.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining as by the end of the last Cash Accompt 11,341 17
depending upon the late Sub-Commissioners, Farmers and others for arrears due at or before 25 Dec. 1660 32,605 6
depending upon the late Sub-Commissioners, Farmers and others for receipts in the years 1661 and 1662, for rents at Mich. 1665, Mids. 1668 and Mids. 1674, and for money paid without sufficient warrant 22,224 12 4
(total depending 54,829l. 18s. 9½d.)
66,171 16 2
Receipts: moneys received within the time of this Accompt upon the following:
the Hereditary and Temporary Excise:
before 8 March 1701–2:
Michaelmas quarter 1710 5 4 1
since 8 March 1701–2:
Michaelmas quarter 1710 119,749 4
Christmas quarter 1710 102,155 0
Ladyday quarter 1711 107,086 6
Midsummer quarter 1711 117,403 19 0
446,399 14
(total since 8 March 1701–2 446,394l. 10s. 0¾d.)
the Additional 9d. for 99 years commencing 25 Jan. 1692–3.
Michaelmas quarter 1710 37,931 3
Christmas quarter 1710 32,169 11 11¾
Ladyday quarter 1711 33,663 1
Midsummer quarter 1711 37,004 10 6
140,768 7 7
the Additional or Lottery 9d. commencing 17 May 1697 for 16 years:
Michaelmas quarter 1710 39,482 4 3
Mich. to 30 Oct. 1710 8,522 17 4
48,005 1 7
the Additional 9d. commencing 17 May 1697 for 16 years:
30 Oct. to 25 Dec. 1710 25,324 3 9
Ladyday quarter 1711 34,460 15
Midsummer quarter 1711 37,740 9 9
97,525 8
the Additional or Bank 9d. commencing 17 May 1697
Michaelmas quarter 1710 37,931 2 10
Christmas quarter 1710 32,169 11
Ladyday quarter 1711 33,663 1 4
Midsummer quarter 1711 37,004 10
140,768 6
the Additional 3d. for 32 years commencing 26 March 1710:
Michaelmas quarter 1710 15,119 14 11¾
Christmas quarter 1710 12,756 13
Ladyday quarter 1711 13,400 7
Midsummer quarter 1711 14,585 9
55,862 4 11¼
Low Wines since 24 March 1705–6.
Michaelmas quarter 1710 7,562 0
Christmas quarter 1710 242 18 11
Ladyday quarter 1711 48 1 9
Midsummer quarter 1711 12 5 5
7,865 6
Low Wines and Spirits of the First Extraction commencing 24 June 1710 for 96 years:
Michaelmas quarter 1710 2,843 1
Christmas quarter 1710 7,769 14
Ladyday quarter 1711 7,357 15
Midsummer quarter 1711 8,277 16
26,248 7 5
money received in part of London fines and penalties 24 June 1709 to 29 Sept. 1710:
Michaelmas quarter 1710 108 11 11
total receipts as above 963,551l. 8s. 9¾d.
Voluntary charge: money received and added to Cash for two errors in the salary bill 30 7 11½
money received from Mrs. Ann Harvey for her part of the Old Excise Office in Broad Street (120l. less 28l. in respect of two stables used by the Excise Commissioners) 92 0 0
122 7 11½
(of the above 59l. 5s. 8d. was added to the Hereditary and Temporary Excise, 19l. 4s. 11¾d. to the Additional 9d. for 99 years, 1l. 11s. 1½d. to the Additional or Lottery 9d., 17l. 13s. 10d. to the Sixteen years 9d., 19l. 4s. 11d. to the Additional or Bank 9d., and 5l. 7s. 5¼d. to the Additional 3d.)
total charge and receipts £1,029,845 12 11¼
Discharge.
salaries and rents to the following:
Foot Onslow, late Commissioner, from Ladyday to 11 May 1710, the date of his death; paid to Susanna Onslow, his administratrix; at 800l. per annum 103 5 11
William Strong, George Townesend, Philip Ryley, Sir Marmaduke Wyvill, bt., Edward Noell, Christopher Montagu, each for a year to Ladyday 1711; Nicholas Pollexfen, Whitlock Bulstrode from 20 May 1710 to Ladyday 1711; Sir William Gifford from 20 May 1710 to Mich. 1710; James Vernon, succeeding Gifford, Mich. 1710 to Ladyday 1711; as Commissioners at 800l. p.a. each 6,837 7 3
Sir William Honywood, bt., Thomas Goodman, James Ashburn, Walter Hungerford, each for one year to Ladyday 1711; to Edward Chaloner to 25 May 1710 and William Lyndall succeeding him; as Commissioners for Appeals at 200l. per annum each 1,000 0 0
the Officers, named, attending the Commissioners for Appeals 180 0 0
Sir Basil Dixwell, bt., Auditor of the Excise, for himself and clerks 700 0 0
Lord Viscount How, Comptroller of the Excise, to Midsummer 1710 and to Thomas Sidney succeeding him, for themselves and clerks 1,320 0 0
John Bruere, a clerk in the Comptroller's Office 80 0 0
John Brougham, Secretary to the Commissioners, and for his clerks 450 0 0
Thomas Yarburgh, 'Register,' and John Harris his clerk 390 0 0
Henry Meriton, Receiver General and Cashier to 7 June 1710 and Edward Pauncefort succeeding him, for themselves and clerks 1,550 0 0
Whitlock Bulstrode, Solicitor, to 20 May 1710 and John Ellis succeeding him 346 3
Thomas White, Tellor, to Midsummer 1710 and Richard Hill succeeding him 80 0 0
Mrs. Mary Howard, Housekeeper, and Mrs. Elizabeth Gibbons, Deputy Housekeeper 250 0 0
Robert Colbatch, Clerk of the Securities, to Mich. 1710, and John Matthew succeeding him 100 0 0
and several under officers for their salaries 11,960 7 2
William Harvey for rent of the former Office in Broad Street 350 0 0
Thomas Frederick for rent of his house in St. Olave, Old Jewry, London (at 300l. less 36l. for the little house paid by the cashier) 264 0 0
25,961 3
(The above is allowed as follows: 12,166l. 12s. 3½d. out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise; 3,964l. 16s. 5¼d. out of the 9d. for 99 years; 2,019l. 5s. 6¾d. out of the Lottery 9d.; 2,064l. 3s. 6¼d. out of the 9d. for 16 years; 3,964l. 16s. 4½d. out of the Bank 9d.; 1,365l. 9s. 2¼d. out of the Additional 3d.; 416l. 0s. 0¼d. out of the Duty on Low Wines.)
payments to tradesmen, artificers and others for work and materials and for incident charges etc., detailed 3,642 9 11¼
Charles, Duke of Cleveland, for his pension 3,000 0 0
George, Duke of Northumberland, for his pension 3,000 0 0
Charles, Duke of Grafton (2,000l. per annum) and the Dowager Duchess of Grafton (1,000l. per annum) for their pensions 3,000 0 0
payments for Officers' Taxes by special Warrant from the Lord High Treasurer (allotted to the several Duties) 1,467 15 0
allowance for the charges of Henry Meriton, late Cashier, in paying divers sums into the Exchequer etc. (allotted as above) 294 3
payments for overcharges and exports (four items) 12 17 1
money paid into the receipt of the Exchequer, detailed by dates:
on the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 420,966 16
on the Additional or Fund 9d. for 99 years 135,408 12 0
on the Additional or Lottery 9d. 47,455 8 11
on the Additional 9d. for 16 years 92,600 18
on the Additional or Bank 9d. 135,408 10
on the Additional 3d. 53,759 15 1
on the Duty on Low Wines to 24 June 1710 8,020 4 5
on the Duty on Low Wines and Spirits of the First Extraction for 96 years from 24 June 1710 25,142 10
for ready money out of Fines and Penalties 108 11 11
918,871 8 3
total payments and allowances £959,249 17
and so remains 70,595l. 15s. 6½d.
whereof depending on sundry Sub-Commissioners for money collected in part of arrears due to 25 Dec. 1660 (detailed with names):
£ s. d.
anno 1648 1,323 5
anno 1649 115 4 7
anno 1650 1,877 1 11
anno 1651 1,856 11 11
anno 1652 478 8 8
anno 1653 38 7 0
anno 1654 879 15
anno 1657 329 15 0
anno 1658 734 16
anno 1659 1,211 2
anno 1660 2,355 3
anno 1661 2,821 19
anno 1662 74 9
14,095 18 1
and upon sundry late farmers of the Excise, named, for rent due to 25 March 1658:
anno 1651 885 12 0
anno 1652 893 10 4
anno 1653 2,276 0 6
anno 1654 726 13 4
anno 1656 1,899 4 6
anno 1657 10,515 15 4
17,196 16 0
fines received by Joseph Hatch (1l. 2s. 6d.) and by Henry Martin and George Ratenbury (76l. 6s. 10d.) 77 9 4
depending upon Samuel Barnard, late a Tellor of money in the Excise Office 1,152 18
depending upon Joseph Brookes, ditto 82 4 7
1,312 12
32,605 6
depending on divers late Sub-Commissioners, named, for Excise due since 25 Dec. 1660:
anno 1661 580 0
anno 1662 3,473 6
4,053 6 5
and on divers late Farmers of Excise for Rents due Mich. 1665, Mids. 1668 and Mids. 1774:
Mich. 1665 14,843 18 2
Mids. 1668 1,590 3
Mids. 1674 450 0 0
16,884 1 11½
also depending upon the then Commissioners of Excise and their Cashier for money paid by them for passing their patent without sufficient Warrant:
Sir Samuel Dashwood 283 5 4
Sir Stephen Evance 283 5 4
Sir John Foche 283 5 4
Francis Parry 12 10 0
Charles Duncomb (later Sir Charles Duncomb, kt.), late Cashier and Receiver General 424 17 11½
1,287 3 11½
total arrears from 25 Dec. 1660 to 24 June 1710 22,224 12 4
total of the supers £54,829 18
also depending upon the aforesaid Commissioners:
for the money imprested to the Cashier for Incident Charges 500 0 0
and for one quarter's salary of a deceased Country Accomptant for which no Acquittance is yet produced 20 0 0
for the money arising out of:
the Hereditary and Temporary Excise since 8 March 1701–2 6,870 9 4
the Additional 9d. for 99 years 2,216 10
the Lottery 9d. 0 0
the Additional 9d. for 16 years 2,221 3 9
the Additional or Bank 9d. 2,216 10
the Additional 3d. 960 5 11½
the Duty on Low Wines to 24 March 1705–6 0 0
the Duty on Low Wines since Midsummer 1710 760 16
the Additional and Double 9d. 0 0
the Duty of 2s. a Gallon on Brandy 0 0
15,245 16 9
£15,765 16 9
Declared 24 March 1712–13.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: EXCISE: MALT: GENERAL ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1449 [E351/1449]. AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1078, ROLL 729A [A.O.1/1078/729A].
The Commissioners and Governors of Excise.
24 June 1710 to 24 June 1711.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: none, this being the first Accompt.
Receipts: the whole Duty and Produce of the Duty on Malt, Mumm, Cyder and Perry for the period 24 June 1710 to 24 June 1711:
Gross Produce in Country Inland Collections:
Malt at 6d. a bushel 573,103 14 10½
Cyder at 4s. a hogshead 6,689 4
Compounders 4,720 16 3
the Queen's share of Fines 390 13 11¾
interest on bills of exchange 21 7 11
surcharges from Examiner's Office 13 0 10½
584,938 18
Gross Produce in the Outports:
Cyder at 4s. a hogshead 7 7 0
Mumm at 10s. a barrel 99 10
106 17
Gross Produce in London port:
Mumm at 10s. a barrel 213 9
Gross Produce in London.
Malt at 6d. a bushel 1,015 7 11½
Cyder at 4s. a hogshead 913 11
1,928 19
587,188 5
overbalances (Collectors and Districts named) 284 15
money proper to Excise, improperly charged to Malt 152 9
total charge and receipts £587,625 9
Discharge
Salaries of Collectors, Supervisors and Gaugors; riding charges; incident charges; Officers' taxes; returns of money; Commissioners' travelling charges:
salaries 39,881 12
riding charges 2,611 18 0
incident charges 729 2 11½
Inferior Officers' taxes 3,358 17 9
returns of money to London 298 7 9
Sir Marmaduke Wyvill, bt. (88l.), Christopher Montagu (56l.) and Philip Ryley (6l. 10s.), Commissioners, for travelling charges 150 10 0
47,030 8
allowances at 6d. per pound to Collectors in the Outports for service relating to Cyder Imported (7l. 19s. 11d.), for Cyder over-charged in London (24l. 12s. 7¼d.), for Malt and Cyder exported (18,263l. 3s. 4½d.), and allowances per Justices' Warrants (266l. 17s. 9½d.) 18,562 13
total Allowances as above 65,593 2 3
ready money received and particularly accompted for 313,437 15 9
total payments and allowances £379,030 18 0
and so remains 208,594l. 11s. 6¾d.
whereof remaining in arrear for Malt Duty determined 23 June 1711:
remaining unpaid upon sundry Maltsters in the Country, not named 42,231 0 11½
remaining due from sundry Country Collectors, ditto 1,144 4
43,375 5 3
cash in the hands of the Cashier 9,221 14
money received after Midsummer 1711 on the accompt of several Country Collectors 155,554 7
ditto on the accompts of several Collectors in the Outports 10 19
ditto on accompt of sundry Maltsters and Cyder Makers in London 432 4 11½
165,219 6
£208,594 11
Declared 28 August 1716.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: EXCISE: MALT: CASH ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1373 [E351/1373]. AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 912, ROLL 95 [A.O.1/912/95].
The Commissioners and Governors of Excise.
24 June 1710 to 24 June 1711.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the hands of the Commissioners:
out of the Duty on Malt commencing 24 June 1710 nil (first accompt)
ditto determined 23 June 1710 7,128 2 11½
ditto determined 23 June 1709 103 18 4
ditto determined 23 June 1708 150 0 0
ditto determined 23 June 1707 39 11
ditto determined 23 June 1706 nil
ditto determined 23 June 1703 to 1705 0 0
out of the Duty on Sweets (for 99 years from 25 March 1707) 9 8
Out of the Old Duties on Malt and Leather (3½d. and 1¼d. respectively) 0 0
7,431 1
remaining upon Thomas Tresham, a late Officer in the Excise, for money received on Ten Debentures for Malt exported 682 9 0
Receipts: money received out of the various Duties on Malt, Mum, Cyder and Perry:
out of the Duty on Malt commencing 24 June 1710 322,659 9
ditto determined 23 June 1710 181,307 8 7
ditto determined 23 June 1709 436 1 11¾
ditto determined 23 June 1708 165 0 10¾
ditto determined 23 June 1707 1 1
ditto determined 23 June 1704 10 0 0
505,321 1
total payments and allowances £513,434 11
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Salaries:
Sir Basil Dixwell, Auditor, and his clerk 60 0 0
Viscount How, Comptroller of the Duty, and Thomas Sidney succeeding him, with their Deputies and two clerks 70 0 0
Assistant Accomptants 285 0 0
Henry Needler, Accomptant, and Walter Long succeeding him (at 60l. per annum) 15 0 0
Robert Colbatch, Clerk of the Securities, and John Matthew succeeding him; and Samuel Johnson, Correspondent 100 0 0
James Lambert, Chief Examiner, and other Examiners, etc. 428 6
William Taylor, doorkeeper, and others 53 13
Edward Willett, Accomptant to the London Distillery 10 0 0
John Brockden, Assistant to the Clerk of the Diaries, and James Phillips succeeding him, and others, named, etc. 370 0 0
total salaries 1,391 19
payments to tradesmen, artificers and others, named, for goods delivered, work done, law charges etc. 2,051 17
payments by special Warrants, detailed 462 10
allowance for over-balances due to Collectors, for Malt exported and for cyder etc. over-charged (to Thomas Jordan, William Anns, James Hill and others) 7,996 6
ready money paid into the Exchequer, detailed by dates:
out of the Malt Duty commencing 24 June 1710 307,443 14 2
determined 23 June 1710 182,596 8 10½
determined 23 June 1708 312 14
under the Act 1 Anne (i.e., to June 23 1704) 10 0 0
out of the Duty on Sweets commencing 25 March 1707 707 14
491,070 11
total payments and allowances £502,973 5
and so remains 10,461l. 5s. 10¾d.
whereof depending on Thomas Tresham, part of 982l. 9s. due on ten debentures for Malt Exported, fraudulently paid to a wrong hand 682 9 0
and depending on the Commissioners of Excise:
out of the Malt Duty Act commencing 24 June 1710 9,221 14
ditto determined 23 June 1710 59 18
ditto determined 23 June 1709 426 7
and out of the Malt Duty Acts 1703 to 1707 (of which 36l. 13s. 6½d. is for the Duty determined 23 June 1707) 36 13
out of the Duty on Sweets commencing 25 March 1707 34 2 10¼
out of the Duties on Malt and Leather 0 0
9,778 16 10¾
£10,461 5 10¾
Declared 24 March 1712–13.
Then follows in the Audit Office Account an Abstract of Receipts and Payments in which payments for salaries, Inferior Officers' taxes, incident charges, allowance for Malt exported, Allowance for Cyder exported, Henry Meriton's fees and other payments are allotted between the different Duties.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: EXCISE: CANDLES: GENERAL ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1468 [E351/1468]. AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1078, ROLL 729B B[A.O.1/1078/729B].
The Commissioners and Governors of Excise.
1 May 1710 to 25 March 1711.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: none, this being the first Accompt.
Receipts: the whole produce of the Duty on Candles:
London:
tallow candles in stock 1 May 1710 at½d. per pound 855 14
wax candles ditto at 4d. per pound 179 18
tallow candles, the growing duty at½d. per pound 17,904 8
wax candles, ditto at 4d. per pound 497 9
surcharges from ledger 28 8 4
compositions 42 4
the Queen's part of fines 0 10 9
19,508 14
Country Inland Collections:
tallow candles in stock at½d. per pound 2,811 8
wax candles ditto at 4d. per pound 31 12 11¼
tallow candles; the growing duty at½d. per pound 43,768 16
wax candles; ditto at 4d. per pound 1,113 6 9
compositions 183 12 9
the Queen's pert of fines 104 1
interest on Exchequer Bills 0 2
48,013 0
67,521 14 11¾
Overbalances paid into the Excise Office by sundry Collectors, named (with places) 33 14 6
total charge and receipts £67,555 9
Discharge.
Discount for prompt payment in London 23 4 0
ditto in the country 43 2 11¾
salaries of Collectors etc. 5,308 19
riding charges, Sheffield Collection 3 14 0
incident charges 148 7
charges of returns of money to London 21 8 11
Inferior Officers' taxes 129 6 0
Sir Marmaduke Wyvill, bt., a Commissioner of Excise, for travelling expenses 55 0 0
Philip Ryley, another, for the like 30 0 0
Christopher Montague, another, for the like 40 0 0
5,803 3 0
allowances for exports and by Justices' Warrants, overcharges and overentries:
allowances for candles exported; in the Country 204 0 7
ditto; in London 6 17 6
allowances as per Justices' Warrants 10 4
overcharges (11l. 19s. 7d.) and overentries (22l. 17s. 0d.), both in London 34 16 7
255 19
ready money received and particularly accompted for 46,981 6
total payments and allowances £53,040 8
and so remains 14,515l. 0s. 10d.
whereof remaining in arrear and unpaid by tallow chandlers and others in the country 223 9
ditto by tallow chandlers and others in London 5 2 1
and remaining due from sundry Country Collectors 44 0
on Mr. William Tayler for money imprested to him for incident charges 100 0 0
money resting to be accompted for in the hands of the Cashier 1,557 12 11
ditto on Accompt of sundry Country Collectors, received after 25 March 1711 9,168 6
ditto on Accompt of sundry Tallow chandlers in London, ditto 3,416 9 7
£14,515 0 10
Declared 28 Aug. 1716.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: EXCISE: CANDLES: CASH ACCOUNT
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1393 [E351/1393]. AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 912, ROLL 96 [A.O.1/912/96].
The Commissioners and Governors of Excise.
1 May 1710 to 25 March 1711.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: none this being the first Accompt.
Receipts: sums received by the Accomptants, their Agents or Cashier General in respect of the Duty on Candles from 1 May 1710 to 25 March 1711 48,638 19
Discharge.
salaries of officers, clerks and others (to Xmas 1710):
Henry Needler, Accomptant, at 80l. per annum (52l. 1s. 9d.), John Gibbons, Clerk of the Stores, at 25l. per annum (16l. 5s. 6½d.), Samuel Underwood, as Clerk for posting the Entries, at 45l. per annum to 29 Sept. 1710 (18l. 0s. 11¾d.), and as Assistant Accomptant, at 50l. per annum from 20 Nov. 1710 (5l. 3s. 5¼d.), Christopher Wyvill, Clerk for posting the Entries, at 45l. per annum (11l. 5s.), Robert Hussey, junior, Examiner, at 55l. per annum (31l. 2s. 6¼d.), Robert Shawter, Messenger, at 50l. per annum (32l. 11s. 1d.), James Phillips, Assistant to the Securities Clerk, and Henry Myddelton succeeding him, at 10l. per annum (6l. 10s. 2½d.), Richard Does and James Storer, two General Surveyors, at 80l. per annum each (104l. 3s. 6d.), William Thurwell, William Clare, Samuel James, Thomas Mason, James Swann, Edward Raworth, Francis Oldham and William Eede, eight Surveyors, each at 55l. per annum (286l. 9s. 8d.), 47 Officers for surveying tallow candles, including William Hilton who died 3 June 1710 (1,596l. 2s. 3½d.), Nicholas Kirwood and four other officers for surveying wax candles (35l. 11s. 6¾d.), William Taylor for John Williams and Samuel Edge, Candle Officers, to 8 Sept. and 24 Nov. respectively (17l. 16s. 9½d.); in all 2,213 4 4
payments to tradesmen, artificers and others for work and materials, detailed 901 17
Henry Meriton, then Cashier, for his charges in paying money into the Exchequer (in part of 161l. 6s. 6d. for Excise etc.) 1 0 0
allowance to Joseph Bishop for 3,000 lbs. of tallow candles exported 6 5 0
money paid into the Exchequer, detailed by dates 43,858 8
ditto, part of fines and penalties 0 10 9
total payments and allowances £46,981 6
and so remains 1,657l. 12s. 11d.
whereof depending on William Taylor for money imprested 100 0 0
and on these Accomptants 1,557 12 11
£1,657 12 11
Declared 24 March 1712–13.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: SALT DUTIES: GENERAL ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2882 [E351/2882]. AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2092, ROLL 116 [A.O.1/2092/116].
JOHN DANVERS, THOMAS ARAM, HUMPHREY GRIFFITH, EDWARD BRERETON and JAMES CARDONNEL, Commissioners for the Duties on Salt and Rock Salt.
26 March 1710 to 25 March 1711.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining at the determination of the last General Accompt:
on the Commissioners for the Salt Duties 19,957 6
on several Collectors for money in their hands 60,729 19 2
on several Proprietors of Salt for money due from them 27,385 8
on several Collectors for Duties on Foreign Salt imported and locked up in cellars 3,173 0 0
111,245 14
Receipts: money due and payable as well for Salt imported as for Salt made in England, Wales and Berwick-upon-Tweed and for money arising by fines etc. and by interest on bonds fines etc. as certified by William Hall, Deputy Comptroller:
money payable for the Duties on Salt:
Bideford (Edmund Aram) 575 14 7
ditto (Richard Kynnersly, succeeding him) 1,729 17 1
Bishops Lidiard (John Vero) 435 8 4
Bristol city and port (Christopher Cole) 2,832 18 10
Carleon (John Furnivall) 1,981 7 11
Chepstow (Edward Hemming) 34 12 6
Cockerham (John Jon) 995 0 11¾
Droitwich (John Kent) 55,346 16 3
Flimby (Thomas Johnson) 1,761 0 5
Flint (Richard Bell) 1,172 12 11
Graine Isle (William Jeffreys) 249 6 3
Hayle (Edward Andrews) 150 15
Holyhead (Maurice Owen) 269 18 4
Lemington [Lymington] (Francis Sedgwick) 952 16 8
ditto (Joseph Slater succeeding him) 14,669 19 7
Leverpoole (John Troughton) 20,753 0 0
Middlewich (John Troughton) 5,795 12 6
ditto (Jonathan Dix succeeding him) 15,291 0 0
Namptwich (Jonathan Browne) 16,907 16 8
Northshields (John Wheelwright) 44,368 0 0
Northwich (Thomas Stephenson) 86,335 15 5
Pensford (Morris Price) 539 6 8
Portissick (Christopher Conyers) 1,244 3 4
Portsea Isle (Robert Elliott) 74 14 7
ditto (William Sudlow succeeding him) 942 12 1
ditto (William Dodd succeeding him) 3,449 5 10
Sherborne (Charles Jennings) 1,173 2 6
Shirleywich (John Carvile) 8,868 15 0
[Chipping] Sodbury (John Wood) 152 16
Southshields (John Bell) 90,717 3 4
Topsham (Peter Burridge) 2,267 2 11
Yarmouth (Michael Pulteney) 6,050 3 9
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 232 0 0
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 69 13 4
Bideford (Charles Jones) 1,812 13 4
Cardigan (Francis Howell) 89 6 8
Colchester (James Bruce) 15 0 0
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 816 10 0
Deale (John Power) 0 13 4
Dover (John Ball) 5 0 10¾
Exeter (Richard Score) 6 6 8
Falmouth (William Pye) 1,384 13 4
Fowey (Thomas Bulley) 637 6 8
London port (Joseph Slater) 75 10 0
ditto (William Bertram succeeding him) 125 0 0
Looe (John Dyer) 132 0 0
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 2 0 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 13 10 0
Minehead (Francis Webber) 421 13 4
Padstow (Richard Jennings) 580 13 4
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 1,196 6 8
Plymouth (David Morris) 2,304 6 8
Poole (Ambrose Stephenson) 285 6 8
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 6,456 13 4
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 400 0 0
Scilly Islands in Cornwall (Francis Ley) 8 0 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 377 8 4
Plymouth Inland Collection (Arthur Keay) 655 0 0
406,191 9 11¼
money payable for fines, seizures and surcharges, detailed 264 10
money gained by interest on bonds, detailed 52 2
(total receipts as above 406,508l. 2s. 5d.)
overpayments by several Collectors, detailed 254 2
total charge and receipts £518,007 19 6
Discharge.
Money accompted for in this year's Cash Accompt 223,672 17
overpayments by Collectors in the preceding year 415 2
salaries and poundage, incident charges, discount at 10l. per cent. for prompt payment, repayments for loss, damage and over-entries etc.:
salaries of Collectors, Supervisors, Surveyors and others, detailed at length with names of places and persons 9,820 14 10¼
poundage allowed and defalked by the collectors of the Duties on Imported Salt 624 5
incident charges, detailed only by Collectors and places 2,437 4 11¼
Officers' taxes repaid 1,243 4 6
money repaid upon debentures for salt and salted fish exported 103,083 19
salt exported to Ireland and afterwards reimported 69 13 4
praemiums for returns of money 539 7
discount for prompt payment 19,023 2
allowance for salt lost at sea 2,655 17
allowances for rock salt refined 41,831 5
allowance for waste on salt carried coastwise 10,001 12
allowance in lieu of riding charges 50 10
(total of the above allowances etc. 191,380l. 18s. 2d.)
total payments and allowances £415,468 18 0
and so remains 102,539l. 1s. 6d.
against which depending on sundry salt proprietors, makers and refiners of salt and several Collectors at the Ports for money due at Ladyday 1711:
foreign salt imported and remaining locked up in cellars:
(Falmouth 53l. 6s. 8d., Ipswich 296l. 6s. 8d., Penzance 295l. 0s. 0d. and Poole 14l. 13s. 4d.) 659 6 8
Caerlyon (John Higgins, late Refiner at Nayland, co. Pemb.) 8 13 4
Chepstowe (Charles Reeve, refiner at Chepstow, co. Monm.) 0 3 4
Chesterfield (Richard Dakeyne, late refiner at Stone Gravell, co. Derby) 14 0 0
Cockerham (Simon Gullin, Nathaniel Moore, Thomas Martin, George Smith, Nicholas Hartley, John Boulton, George Stephenson, George Smith, Thomas Houghton, Humphrey Ellis, Thomas Nealson, Francis Benson, John Gattonby, Joshua Lawson, Robert Frame and Thomas Walker; by bonds of which due and unpaid) 107 16 6
Droitwich (Richard Smallbrook and Abel Gower, by bond) 80 0 0
Isle of Grain (William Armiger, Christopher Josten, John Aynsworth) 1,172 16 8
Lemington [Lymington] (Daniel Gates, Thomas Elmes, John Edwards, John Carter, John Beere, John Durling senior and John Durling junior) 439 19
Leverpool (William Squire and Peter Hall, merchants, 5l. 9s. 2d., Robert Hitchmough, refiner at Dungeon, co. Lanc., 88l. 17s. 1d., and Sir Thomas Johnson, refiner at Hilbree Isle, co. Ches., 8l. 6s. 8d.) 97 3 9
Middlewich (Ralph Throp and James Haynes, Edward Hyde, Charles Booth and John Holland, in bonds) 325 7 1
Namptwich (Ralph Throp, Thomas Cartwright, Richard Knight, John Twemlowe, John Baddily, William Sunderland, John Lunt, by six bonds of which unpaid) 1,056 5
Northshields (Valentine Rilstone, Christopher Frankling, John Rutherford, Andrew Johnson, Robert Cook, Thomas Raffolds, John Pye, George Burrell, Henry Bayley, Benedict Erington, Alexander Hall, Robert Mills, Charles Coatsworth, Thomas Clark, Charles Vaughan, Thomas Martin, John Doggett, John Weston, Francis Partis, Matthias Partis, Ursula Milburne, Michael Hall, Stephen Good, Theophilus Nicholson, Matthew Currey, Benjamin Doggett, John Woosley, Richard Woosley, Henry Robinson, Thomas Banks, William Mason, Andrew French, Thomas Grainger, William Christian, Thomas Richardson, Robert Nicholson, Charles Erington, George Harbottle by sundry bonds; Philip Bickerstaffe, late Proprietor of the salt works at Amble, co. Northumb., 139l. 1s. 7d.; Exchequer Bill miscarried 20l. 4s. 1d.) 3,604 15 9
Northwich (Robert Pownell as agent to Dr. Benjamin Woodroffe, Ralph Broome, Nathan Bleese, Thomas Neild senior, Otwell Broome, Thomas Neild junior, Thomas Nickson, Ralph Nickson, John Dean, Edmund Soame, Robert Whitlow, Richard Ashton, Thomas Wright, Jaems Tildesley, Cornelius Denn, Daniel Fenn, William Mascall, Daniel Peck, Richard Mostyn, Francis Mills, all by sundry bonds; Ralph Broome, late Proprietor of a saltwork in Northwich Collection, 30l. 11s. 9¼d.) 4,302 6
Portisick (John Cann, refiner there, co. Corn., 72l. 16s. 8d., Nyott Doubt, refiner at Padstow, co. Corn., 10l. 13s. 4d.; Gregory May and Co. refiners at Lower St. Columb, co. Corn., 71l. 10s. 0d.; John Atkin, refiner at Botreaux Castle, co. Corn., 94l. 3s. 4d. 249 3 4
Portsea Isle (Samuel Bradford and David Wells by bond) 20 11 1
[Chipping] Sodbury (Thomas Hooper, late refiner there, co. Glouc.) 181 7 0
Southshields (Philip Bickerstaffe, Joseph Milbourn, Joseph Hutchinson, Samuel Cooper, William Waune, Ralph Pattison, Leonard Hitchin, John Cougham, Michael Hall, Frances Partis, Matthias Partis, Robert Linton junior, Lancelot Cramlington, Robert Linton senior, Charles Coatsworth, Theophilus Nicholson, John Woosley, John Shaftoe, William Kitteridge, Jacob Wilkinson, William Metcalfe, William Whiteman, all by sundry bonds) 4,444 13
Topsham (Thomas Tounson, late refiner there, 160l. 7s. 11½d.; Thomas Clap, ditto, 117l. 0s. 0d.; Edward Yendall, ditto, 2l. 5s. 10d.; George Borne, ditto, 8l. 3s. 4d.) 287 17
Yarmouth (Thomas Bendish, refiner at Southtoune, co. Suff., 141l. 13s. 1½d.; John Burton, late refiner at Cobholm, co. Norf., 67l. 15s. 7½d.; Francis Hollis, late refiner at Gorleston, co. Suff., 37l. 3s. 6d.; William Maltyward, refiner at Yarmouth, co. Norf., 19l. 13s. 6d.; John Gosling, late refiner there, 27l. 19s. 6d.; John Bass, refiner at Woodbridge, co. Suff., 200l. 0s. 0d.; Anthony Burward, refiner there, 75l. 8s. 0d.; Samuel Brandling, late refiner at Ipswich, co. Suff., 145l. 11s. 6d.; Jonathan Bass, refiner at Manningtree, co. Essex, 62l. 13s. 0d.; Thomas Hollister, late refiner at Colchester, co. Essex, 93l. 15s. 3¾d.) 871 13
Berwick (Robert Cook on a bond for 93l. 6s. 8d.) 13 6 8
Dover (William Armiger and Christopher Josten, by bond) 440 13 4
Falmouth (Francis Jones and Philip Stephens, ditto) 101 10 0
Fowey (William Williams, merchant, 65l. 15s. 8d.; John Goodall and Co., merchants, 8l. 10s.; Gregory Stribly and Co., ditto, 2l. 12s.) 76 17 8
Gweek (Francis Jones and Philip Stephens, by bond) 20 2 0
London (Thomas Bryant, Abraham Trent, Amos Short, Robert Hinton, Christopher Blower, Elias Measurier, Thomas Measurier, William Armiger, Christopher Josten, William Randall, John Higgs senior and John Higgs junior by several bonds) 5,863 4 5
Milford (John Higgins and William Field by three bonds) 726 18
Padstow (John Curtis, Thomas Flamanche and John Leverton by bond, partly also on imported liquors) 64 13 4
Rochester (William Armiger and Christopher Josten by three bonds) 1,591 13 4
26,828 7 10¾
and remaining due from the several Collectors, etc., to balance their Accounts [dates given; some of long standing]:
Bidiford (Edmund Aram, late Collector) 8 8 10½
ditto (Richard Kynnersley, Collector) 10 11 11
St. Agnes, co. Corn. (Robert Hall, late Officer of Excise) 0 2 6
Bristoll (Christopher Cole, Collector, in bonds) 852 0 0
Swanzey (Henry Fox, late Collector) 7 13
Carmarthen (John Powell, Collector) 0 0 1
Carmarthen Collection (Edward Hynde, late Officer of Excise) 2 0 0
Chepstow (George Richmond, late Collector) 21 19
Cockerham (John Jon, Collector) 272 17 6
Droitwich (John Kent, Collector) 576 16 8
Flimby (Richard Uriell, late Collector) 13 13
ditto (Thomas Johnson, Collector) 33 6 8
Isle of Grain (William Jeffreys, Collector) 10 13
Hayle (Edward Andrews, Collector) 0 12
Holyhead (Maurice Owen, Collector) 1 16
Lemington [Lymington] (Thomas Parish, late Sub-Collector) 379 0
ditto (Timothy Parker, late Supervisor) 46 14
ditto (Francis Sedgwick, late Collector) 54 18
ditto (Joseph Slater, Collector, bonds 639l. 3s. 4d., money 1l. 19s. 5½d.) 641 2
Leverpool (John Troughton, Collector, bonds 15,697l. 9s. 2d., money 60l. 6s. 1½d.) 15,757 15
London (Jacob Sheldrake, late keeper of the Bills of Exchange for a bill not accounted for) 200 0 0
Middlewich (Jonathan Dix, Collector, bonds 1,064l. 10s. 10d., money 100l. 19s. 0d.) 1,165 9 10
Namptwich (Samuel Blechinden, late Supervisor) 19 7
Amble (George Murray, late Collector) 2 16 6
ditto (John Stephenson, late Collector) 5 0 0
Northshields Collection (William Marshall, late Officer) 14 18 7
ditto (John Wheelwright, Collector, bonds) 2,626 13 4
Northwich (Thomas Stephenson, Collector, bonds 25,939l. 17s. 6d., money 1l. 6s. 7¾d.) 25,941 4
Portisick (Thomas Cornelius, late Collector) 1 10 6
Portsea (Robert Elliott, late Collector) 204 14 3
ditto (William Dodd, Collector, bonds 66l. 13s. 4d., money 3l. 17s. 7¼d.) 70 10 11¼
Sherborne (Richard Lanham, late Collector) 2 11
ditto (Charles Jennings, Collector) 77 9 2
Shirleywich (John Carvile, Collector) 50 4
Shoram (Stephen Coven, late Collector) 4 11
Sodbury (Ralph Dean, late Collector) 1 0 0
Southshields (John Bell, Collector, bonds 10,875l., money 23l. 3s. 4d.) 10,898 3 4
Topsham (Peter Burridge, Collector, bond 25l., money 19s. 10½d.) 25 19 10½
Barnstaple (Thomas Clinton, late Collector) 168 9
Bidiford (Charles Jones, Collector) 168 0 0
Bridgewater (William Cornish, Collector) 4 18 0
Colchester (James Bruce, Collector) 9 16 4
Dartmouth (James Bruce, Collector) 0 6
Exeter (Richard Score, senior, late Collector) 7 8 10¼
Fowey (James Pilson, late Collector) 347 6
ditto (Thomas Bulley, Collector) 50 1 10¾
Hull (Hugh Mason, Collector) 0 7 6
London port (Edward Hyrne, late Collector) 94 0
ditto (John Stockwell, late Collector) 0 0 4
Lyme (Thomas Jans, Collector) 1 4 3
Lynn Regis (Robert Thorowgood, Collector) 1 16 10¼
ditto (Henry Hare, Collector) 13 7
Mynehead (Thomas Wolstenholme, late Collector) 7 14 7
Padstow (John Bligh, late Collector) 0 6 8
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson, Collector) 104 0
Penzance (Richard Score junior, Collector, bonds 302l. 13s. 4d., money 35l. 2s. 10½d.) 337 16
Plymouth (David Morris, Collector) 0 0 5
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks, Collector) 168 11
Rye (George Shuckburgh, Collector) 3 8 4
St. Ives (Richard Upton, Collector) 0 0
Sandwich (William Farnoles, Collector) 329 6 8
Scilly Island (Francis Ley, Collector) 8 0 0
Weymouth (Ludovicus Jackson, late Collector) 71 11 9
ditto (Thomas Bower, Collector) 2 2
Whitby (George Trotter, Collector) 0 12
Whitehaven (Warwick Arthur, late Collector) 0 3 4
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore, Collector) 0 0
61,905 7
and dependent upon these Accomptants for money paid by Collectors since the determination of this Accompt 11,382 19
ditto for money remaining in the hands of Francis Brydges deceased, their Cashier, as at the foot of the Cash Accompt 2,422 6 11¾
total depending in Super £102,539 1 6
and so this General Accompt is even and Quit.
Declared 25 May 1715.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: SALT: CASH ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2861 [E351/2861]. AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2070 ROLL 17 [A.O.1/2070/17].
JOHN DANVERS, THOMAS ARAM, HUMPHREY GRIFFITH, EDWARD BRERETON and JAMES CARDONNEL, Commissioners and Governors of the Salt Duty.
25 March 1710 to 25 March 1711.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the Accomptants' hands at the end of the last Accompt 2,180 8
Receipts: money received of the several Collectors within the time of this Accompt:
on the Duty commencing 25 March 1694:
Aberdovey (John Bevan, Officer) 3 7 9
Arnside (Ralph Leicester, late Collector) 0 9
Bishops Lidiard (Francis Johnson, late Collector) 0 12 11¼
Bristol port (Christopher Cole, Collector) 2 0
Cockerham (John Jon, Collector) 69 17 9
Droitwich (John Kent, Collector) 13,446 19
Flimby (Thomas Johnson, Collector) 417 3 10¼
Flint (Richard Bell, Collector) 10 4 3
Isle of Graine (William Jeffryes, Collector) 46 13
Lemington [Lymington] (Francis Sedgwick, Collector) 605 6
ditto (Joseph Slater, Collector there) 3,570 14
Leverpoole (John Troughton, Collector) 164 13
Middlewich (John Troughton, Collector) 809 13
ditto (Jonathan Dix, Collector) 1,075 5 3
Namptwich (Jonathan Browne, Collector) 4,684 10
North Shields (John Wheelwright, Collector) 10,009 3 8
Northwich (Thomas Stephenson, Collector) 8,760 17
Portsea Isle (Robert Elliott, Collector) 132 8 0
ditto (William Sudlow, Collector) 246 1
ditto (William Dodd, Collector) 876 13
Sherburne (Charles Jennings, Collector) 17 17
Shirleywich (Edward Burrish, late Collector) 57 6
ditto (John Carvile, Collector) 2,319 17 4
South Shields (John Bell, Collector) 15,217 14 6
Topsham (Peter Burridge, Collector) 244 4
Yarmouth (Michael Pulteney, Collector) 173 10
Beaumorris (William Lewis, Collector) 20 7
Cardigan (William Nixon, Collector) 12 0 0
Colchester (James Bruce, Collector) 10 7 4
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson, Collector) 219 17 10¼
Falmouth (Rawleigh Radford, late Collector) 2 7
ditto (Ambrose Thompson and Richard Jennings, Collectors) 219 5 8
ditto (William Pye, Collector) 468 0
Fowey (Thomas Bulley, Collector) 329 18
Gweek (Bernard Penrose, Collector) 389 1
Ipswich (John Knackston, Collector) 10 15 9
ditto (Samuel Kettilby, Collector) 36 1 10
Leverpoole (Jonathan Dix, Collector) 7 17 5
London (Joseph Slater, Collector) 27 14
ditto (William Bertram, Collector) 24 15 9
Looe (John Dyer, Collector) 79 14 9
Lynn Regis [King's Lynn] (Henry Hare, Collector) 240 10 11¼
Padstow (Richard Jennings, Collector) 150 15 5
Penrynn (Ambrose Thompson, Collector) 512 2
Penzance (Richard Score, junior, Collector) 289 18
Plymouth (David Morris, Collector) 574 16
Poole (Ambrose Stephenson, Collector) 38 3
Portsmouth (Samuel Binks, Collector) 169 3 11½
St. Ives (Richard Upton, Collector) 60 8
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore, Collector) 96 4 11
London (Matthew Greenwood, Receiver of Fines and Seizures) 10 14
66,964 8
out of the East India Fund commencing 25 December 1699:
Aberdovey (John Bevan, Officer) 7 18 1
Arnside (Ralph Leicester, late Collector) 1 1
Bishops Lidiard (Francis Johnson, late Collector) 1 10 2
Bristol port and city (Christopher Cole) 4 14
Cockerham (John Jon, Collector) 163 1 5
Droitwich (John Kent, Collector) 31,376 4 11¾
Flimby (Thomas Johnson, Collector) 973 8 11½
Flint (Richard Bell, Collector) 23 16 7
Isle of Grayne (William Jeffreyes, Collector) 108 18
Lemington [Lymington] (Francis Sedgwick, Collector) 1,412 7
ditto (Joseph Slater, Collector) 8,331 14 3
Leverpoole (John Troughton, Collector) 384 4
Middlewich (John Troughton, Collector) 1,889 5 4
ditto (Jonathan Dix, Collector) 2,508 18 11
Namptwich (Jonathan Browne, Collector) 10,930 10 3
North Shields (John Wheelwright, Collector) 23,354 15
Northwich (Thomas Stephenson, Collector) 20,441 19 11¼
Portsea Isle (Robert Elliott, Collector) 308 18 8
ditto (William Sudlow, Collector) 574 2
ditto (William Dod, Collector) 2,045 10
Sherborne (Charles Jennings, Collector) 41 13
Shirleywich (Edward Burrish, late Collector) 133 14
ditto (John Carvile, Collector) 5,413 0
South Shields (John Bell, Collector) 35,508 0 10
Topsham (Peter Burridge, Collector) 569 16
Yarmouth (Michael Pulteney, Collector) 404 17
Beaumarris (William Lewis, Collector) 47 10 11½
Cardigan (William Nixon, Collector) 28 0 0
Colchester (James Bruce, Collector) 24 3
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson, Collector) 513 1
Falmouth (Rawleigh Radford, late Collector) 5 10 7
ditto (Ambrose Thomson and Richard Jennings, Collectors) 511 13
ditto (William Pye, Collector) 1,092 1
Fowey (Thomas Bulley, Collector) 769 16
Gweek port (Bernard Penrose, Collector) 907 16 11
Ipswich (John Knackston, Collector) 25 3 5
ditto (Samuel Kettilby, Collector) 84 4 4
Leverpoole (Jonathan Dix, Collector) 18 7 4
London (Joseph Slater, Collector) 64 13 4
ditto (William Bertram, Collector) 57 16 9
Looe (John Dyer, Collector) 186 1
Lyn Regis [King's Lynn] (Henry Hare, Collector) 561 5
Padstow (Richard Jennings, Collector) 351 15 11
Penryn (Ambrose Thomson, Collector) 1,194 18
Penzance (William Score, junior, Collector) 676 9
Plymouth (David Morris, Collector) 1,341 4
Poole (Ambrose Stephenson, Collector) 89 0
Portsmouth (Samuel Binks, Collector) 394 15 10¾
St. Ives (Richard Upton, Collector) 140 19
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore, Collector) 224 11 4
London (Matthew Greenwood, Receiver of Fines and Seizures) 25 0
156,250 7 2
total Receipts as above 223,214l. 15s. 4½d.
total Charge and Receipts £225,395 4 1
Discharge.
Salaries:
John Danvers, Thomas Aram, Humphrey Griffith, Edward Brereton and James Cardonnel, Commissioners, at 500l. per an. each; Thomas Hall, Comptroller at 350l. per an.; Francis Brydges, late Cashier, at 430l. per an.; Secretary, Correspondent, Solicitor, Chief Accomptant and other officers, detailed with names 4,564 8
incident charges, etc.:
additional salary to Michael East, Secretary to these Accomptants 100 0 0
rent of the Salt Office, fees, stationery, tradesmen's bills, etc., detailed 1,343 8 9
Inferior Officers' taxes 228 0 0
salaries, taxes and incident charges in the Country 1,140 7
2,811 16
money repaid on debentures for fish, salt and beef exported 34,836 1
total allowances as above 42,212l. 6s. 4¼d.
money paid into the Exchequer, detailed by dates:
out of the Old Duty commencing 25 March 1694 54,519 9 5
out of the East India fund commencing 25 December 1699 126,661 1 4
181,180 10 9
Auditor's fee to Thomas Foley 280 0 0
total payments and allowances £223,672 17
and so remains 1,722l. 6s. 11¾d.
Declared 25 May 1715.