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Revenue Account: General Abstract

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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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General Abstract

REVENUE: GENERAL ABSTRACT 1711.
A GENERAL ABSTRACT OF THE ACCOMPTS OF THE PUBLIQUE REVENUES, TAXES AND MONIES BORROWED FROM MICHAELMAS 1710 TO MICHAELMAS 1711.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To the Remains in Cash at Michaelmas 1710 (as by the foot of that year's account appears): on the following:—
Customs ended 1 Aug. 1710 19,353 19
Duties on Low Wines &c. for Loans anno 1705 10,405 17
Additional Tonnage and Poundage, part of the Queen's Civil List 2,657 1
Arrears of ditto for the late King's Civil List 21 5 1
Arrears of the Duties on Coffee for the Transport Debt 22 12 1
Continued Impositions for Loans 14,276 7
Additional Impositions ended 1 Aug. 1710 582 7 2
Arrears of Coals anno 1698 for Loans 4 13
Arrears of Coals anno 1703 for Loans 373 1 9
Two thirds Tonnage and Poundage anno 1705 for Loans 2,466 9
Duties on Whale Fins ended 1 Aug. 1710 15 6
5s. per piece White Woollen Cloth 10 7 6
Twenty-five per cent French Prize Wines for Loans 83 18 7
Continued Impositions and Duties to 1 Aug. 1712 for Loans anno 1707 13,448 6 0
Additional 3d. per Barrel Excise with the Duties on Pepper etc. for Annuities anno 1710 30,762 4 8
Hereditary and Temporary Excise for the Civil List 2,337 6 2
3,700l. per week Excise for Annuities 81,135 1
9d. Excise for the Lottery Annuities 75,891 0 5
9d. Excise for the Bank and Annuities 22,864 13 2
9d. Excise for Annuities and Survivorship 61,371 12 11
One third Double-9d. Excise Arrears 26 4
Hereditary and Temporary Excise Arrears for the late King's Civil List 5 4 1
Duties on Malt pro anno 1707 244 12
Duties on Malt pro anno 1708 17 6 10½
Duties on Malt pro anno 1709 15,536 18 2
Duties on Malt pro anno 1710 257 16
12d. per Bushel on Salt 7,085 12 8
28d. Salt and Additional Stamp Duties for East India Company 108 4 0
Stamp Duties on the Grant ended 1 Aug. 1710 200 0 0
Duties on Candles etc. for Loans anno 1710 1,451 18
Letter Money 108 9 4
Coinage Duty 351 9
Rent of Hackney Coaches 806 17
Tenths of the clergy 44 4
Seizures 419 6
Sale of Tin 2,278 17 5
Rent of the Savoy Hospital 2,409 10 8
Captors' shares of Prizes 6,000 0 0
Balance of Sir Edward Seymour's Navy Account 1,390 0
Chandlers' Forfeitures 0 10 9
Capitation Subsidies anno 1697 0 10 0
Arrears of the 20l. per cent Paper 3 3 10
Arrears of the Duties on Marriages, Births, etc. 139 3 6
Duties on Houses for Windows on the Grant ending 1 Aug. 1710 8,241 12 7
Fourth 4s. Aid anno 1696 1 10 0
Two thirds Fourth 3s. Aid anno 1701 465 14
Fifth 4s. Aid and Subsidies anno 1702 63 8 0
Sixth 4s. Aid anno 1703 8 0 0
Seventh 4s. Aid anno 1704 49 10 5
Eighth 4s. Aid anno 1705 55 19 2
Ninth 4s. Aid anno 1706 906 17
Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 152 6
Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708 1,842 4
Twelfth 4s. Aid anno 1709 15,786 8
Thirteenth 4s. Aid anno 1710 6,737 10 11
Loans on Tin 12,333 14 8
Loans on Continued Impositions or Fifth General Mortgage anno 1709 343 9 6
Loans on the Land Tax or Thirteenth 4s. Aid pro anno 1710 905 0 0
Contributions on the Act for Annuities anno 1710 50 0 0
Loans on the Duties on Candles etc. anno 1710 5,095 11
In the hands of Lionel Herne and Samuel Edwards for Interest on Exchequer Bills 5,744 3
In the hands of Archibald Douglas, Paymaster of the Civil List in Scotland 793 11
On the Fond for paying Annuities purchased anno 1706 [p. cxxii] 90,542 10
On the Fond for paying Annuities purchased anno 1707 [p. cxxii] 5,688 13
On the Fond for paying 40,000l. per annum in Annuities purchased anno 1708 [p. cxxii] 4,347 9
On the Fond for paying 80,000l. per annum in Annuities purchased anno 1708 [p. cxxiv] 24,871 14 11
Total Remains in Cash at Mich. 1710 as detailed above 561,996 13
Tallies undisposed in the hands of particular Paymasters [p. cxviii] 987,884 8
Total Remains in Cash at Michaelmas 1710 borne forward 1,549,881 2
To Cash for the Neat Produce of the Several Duties and Revenues under the Management of the Commissioners of the Customs between Mich. 1710 and Mich. 1711: the whole being on the part of England.
Duties and Revenues in being at Mich. 1711.
Duties on Coffee, Chocolate, Tea and Spices, continued to 24 June 1714 25,317 17
New Additional Duties on Coffee, Tea, etc.; ditto 42,403 13 9
15l. per cent. Muslins; ditto 35,208 6
Additional Tonnage and Poundage for the Queen's life 192,701 1
25l. per cent. French Goods for 21 years from 28 Feb. 1696 233 19 5
Plantation Duties granted 12 Car. II 2,930 13
One Third Tonnage and Poundage on the Grant for 98 years from 8 March 1706–7 60,153 18
Two Thirds ditto on the Grant to 8 March 1711 69,315 2 1
5s. per Piece on White Woollen Cloths by an Act 6 Anne [c. 43] 168 10 0
25l. per Ton French Prize Wines by an Act 6 Anne [c. 73, § 11] during the War 9,757 9 2
Customes on the Grant from 31 July 1710 to 1 Aug. 1712 154,299 2
Wines and Vinegar on the same Grant 89,890 12 10½
Impositions on Tobacco on the same Grant 28,231 2 8
Impositions on East India Goods on the same Grant 59,209 15
Additional Impositions on the same Grant 24,634 19 1
Duties on Whale Fins on the same Grant 4,051 3 11
Additional Duty on Pepper, Raisins, Spices and Snuff on the Grant for 32 years from 6 February 1709 17,284 9
per cent. from Berbados and the Leeward Islands 7,975 0 0
Coinage Duty for the Mint 7,486 2
Subsidies of Poundage on Goods Exported for 32 years from 8 March 1710–11 11,115 5 1
Duties of 2s. per chaldron on Coals, Culme etc. granted for the same term 32,917 6 5
Duties on Foreign Candles granted for the same time 10 6 10½
25l. per Ton French Wines imported since 25 March 1711 1,759 3
Duties of 3s. per chaldron on Coals for 32 years from 29 Sept. 1710 64,550 11
Revenues before that time Expired.
Customs on the Grant which determined 1 Aug. 1710 15,907 4 0
Additional tonnage and poundage which determined on the King's death 1,451 6
Wines and Vinegar on the Grant which determined 1 Aug. 1710 14,585 4 11
Impositions on Tobacco on ditto Grant 56,734 12
Impositions on East India Goods the like 29,814 14
5/7 Tonnage Duties on Ships ended 17 May 1696 3 5 0
2/7 ditto 1 5 11½
Additional Impositions on the Grant determined 1 Aug. 1710 4,251 9
Duties on Whale Fins on the Grant ended 1 Aug. 1710 6 3 6
Additional Tonnage and Poundage ended 1 Feb. 1699 for Exchequer bills 1,287 17
20l. per cent. Paper anno 1697 nil
Duties on Coals and Culm on the Grant determined 30 Sept. 1710 22,284 0 7
Duties on Coals and Culm on the Grant ended 14 May 1708 695 16 7
Arrears of one-third Tonnage and Poundage granted 1703 685 18 7
Total: Customs, England 1,089,314 11
To Cash for the Neat Produce of the Revenues of Excise Duties on Salt, Hides, Candles and Hops under Management of Several Commissioners, Mich. 1710 to Mich. 1711; on the part of England unless otherwise stated:
Duties and Revenues in being at Mich 1711.
Hereditary and Temporary Excise for the Civil List 224,893 17
More to answer the Appropriation of 3,700l. per week 196,100 0 0
9d. Excise for 16 years from 17 May 1697 135,732 10 8
Five sevenths 9d. Excise for the Bank of England 93,824 19
Two Sevenths 9d. Excise for Annuities 37,529 18 5
9d. Excise for 99 years from 25 Jan. 1692 131,354 18 7
Additional 3d. per barrel Excise for 32 years from 25 March 1710 52,139 3 8
ditto on the part of Scotland 1,123 16 9
Duties on Malt pro anno 1711 753 0 6
36s. per Barrel Sweets granted 5 Anne [6 Anne, c. 2] for 99 years 748 10 7
12d. per Bushel Salt granted 7 & 8 William III [c. 31] for ever 51,357 3
28d. per Bushel Salt granted [9] William III [c. 44] for ever 118,966 13
Low Wines on the Grant for 96 years from 23 June 1710 30,065 9 10½
Duties on Candles for 5 years from 1 May 1710 54,027 5 8
ditto on the part of Scotland 577 0 9
Additional duties on Candles for 32 years from 25 March 1711 9,281 3
Duties on Hides &c. for 32 years from 24 June 1711 12,188 9 10½
Duties on Hops for 4 years from 1 June 1711 6,033 13 0
Revenues before that time expired.
Low Wines on the Grant determined 24 June 1710 341 12
Hereditary and Temporary Excise before 8 March 1701–2 nil
Duties on Malt pro anno 1702 10 0 0
ditto pro anno 1707 147 10 10
ditto pro anno 1709 14,525 11 11
ditto pro anno 1710 49,052 10 3
Duties on Leather ended 20 April 1697 0 12 0
Total: Excise Revenues (England 1,660,614l. 14s. 8¼d.; Scotland 1,700l. 17s. 6d.) 1,662,315 12
To Cash for the Neat Produce of the Revenues of the Post Office and Several Casual Revenues and Profits answered at the Exchequer Mich. 1710 to Mich. 1711.
£ s. d.
Post Office Revenue 69,937 11 7
Arrears of the same Revenue applicable to the debts of King William III 70 8 0
70,007 19 7
Casual Revenues, etc.:
First Fruits 4,262 10 8
Tenths of the Clergy 6,574 10 4
Fines on Alienations 1,650 0 0
Revenue of Wine Licences 1,900 0 0
Sheriffs' Proffers 1,171 3 8
Compositions 10 2 4
Seizures 12,888 18 7
ditto for the late King 10 3 2
Land Revenue—Fines of Leases 495 17 10
Rents and other Incomes out of Lands to the Crown 605 11 2
Value of Timber delivered to the Navy per the Surveyor of her Majesty's Woods Trent South as by his Certificate 6,986 14 0
Rents on Grants 36 13 4
Fines and Forfeitures 300 0 0
ditto for the late King 10 0 0
Profits of the Hanaper 27 4 7
Sale of the Queen's Tin 78,026 0 0
Rents belonging to the Savoy Hospital 340 0 0
Imprest money repaid per Thomas Hall on his accompt of Pro tallies on the Excise etc. discharged 205 3 1
Ditto per the Trustees for circulating Old Exchequer Bills 138 14 2
Ditto per Thomas Kennedy 589 1 6
A free gift towards discharging Public Debts 10 0 0
116,238 8 5
Total (for the Queen 116,218l. 5s. 3d.; for the late King 20l. 3s. 2d.) 186,246 8 0
To Cash for the Neat Produce of Sundry Aids and Taxes Mich. 1710 to Mich. 1711.
£ s. d.
Stamp Duties on the Grant ended 1 Aug. 1710 5,099 7
ditto for 96 years from 31 July 1710 39,321 14 3
Additional Stamp Duties, part of the Fond for the East India Company 41,140 8 11
Stamp Duties on Cards and Dice for 32 years from 11 June 1711 717 10 0
Rates on Moneys given with Clerks and Apprentices, granted for 5 years from 1 May 1710 2,548 0 6
88,827 0
Licences to Hawkers and Pedlars for 96 years from 23 June 1710 6,951 0 0
Rent of Hackney Coaches granted for 21 years from Mids. 1694 1,696 15 3
Duties on Marriages, Births, etc., ended 1 Aug. 1706 527 10 7
Arrears of the Duties on Glass Wares, Tobacco pipes 783 16 4
Duties on Houses on the Grant ended 1 Aug. 1710 36,839 15
Duties on Houses on the Grant from 31 July 1710 for ever 55,835 14 10½
Additional Duties on Houses for 32 years from 29 Sept. 1710 5,849 5 0
98,524 15 5
First 4s. Aid anno 1693 207 18 7
Fourth 4s. Aid anno 1696 1 5 6
First 3s. Aid anno 1697 18 12 0
Second Quarterly Poll anno 1694 0 2 0
Additional Aid of 12d. anno 1697 2 14 0
Third Quarterly poll anno 1698 1 5 0
Third 3s. Aid anno 1699 403 10 5
Second 2s. Aid anno 1700 299 9 5
Fifth 4s. Aid and Subsidy anno 1702 0 5 0
Subsidies anno 1703 12 13 4
Seventh 4s. Aid anno 1704 15 0 0
Eighth 4s. Aid anno 1705 194 11 6
Ninth 4s. Aid anno 1706 909 15
Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 2,222 11
Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708 32,672 16 8
More on the part of Scotland 852 16 7
Twelfth 4s. Aid anno 1709 184,918 6
More on the part of Scotland 9,912 12 6
Thirteenth 4s. Aid anno 1710 1,588,706 12 8
More on the part of Scotland 21,600 0 0
Fourteenth 4s. Aid anno 1711 187,743 9 11
Capitation subsidies anno 1697 11 17 8
2,030,708 6
2,228,019 4 5
To Cash for Sundry Particulars not Distinguishable under any of the foregoing heads:
to Contributions on the Act for Sale of Annuities at 9l. per cent. per annum for 32 years from 29 Sept. 1710 74,995 2
to Cash surcharged on Lionel Herne and Samuel Edwards for Interest accruing on Exchequer Bills disposed by them as on p. cxvi-cxvii 41 5 2
to Cash charged for so much of her Majesty's revenues arisen in Scotland as Archibald Douglas, Paymaster of her Majesty's Civil List in that part of the United Kingdom appears to be accomptable for within the Circuit of this year as on p. cxvii 22,121 17 6
to contributions on the Act for the Lottery of 1,500,000l. anno 1711 whereof 1,451,000l. paid into the Exchequer within the time of this Accompt, the rest in interest and allowances &c. as on p. cxiii-cxiv 1,500,000 0 0
to contributions on the Act for raising 2,000,000l. commonly called the Two Million Adventure anno 1711, whereof 1,571,937l. 4s. 4d. paid into the Exchequer within the time of this Accompt, the rest in future contributions, discount to the Adventurers and other charges of the Accompt [p. cxiv-cxv] 2,000,000 0 0
Total Revenues 1710–1711 8,763,054 1
Add Remains 1,549,881 2
£10,312,935 3 9
Summary of Remains and Revenues 1710 to 1711:
Remains at Michaelmas 1710 1,549,881 2
Customs 1,089,314 11
Excise 1,662,315 12
Post Office 70,007 19 7
Small Branches 116,238 8 5
Aids and Taxes 2,228,019 4 5
Unclassified 3,597,158 5
£10,312,935 3 9
GENERAL ABSTRACT OF EXPENDITURE MICH. 1710 TO MICH. 1711. THE NAVY.
By [paid to] the Executors of Sir Thomas Littleton, late Treasurer of the Navy, upon Accompt for the following services: £ s. d. £ s. d.
on the proportion to the head of Ordinary pro anno 1706 2,190 0 0
which was directed to be satisfied out of Tallies on Reversionary Annuities anno 1705.
By [paid to] Robert Walpole, late Treasurer of the Navy, upon accompt for the following services: £ s. d. £ s. d.
for the Ordinary generally: for 1709 10,941 0 0
ditto: for 1711 40,757 0 1
total Ordinary 51,698 0 1
for Wages: to Seamen generally; for 1702 8,000 0 0
ditto: ditto; for 1709 11,405 0 0
ditto; ditto; for 1711 87,100 0 0
ditto: for sick and wounded and prisoners of War per the hands of the Treasurer for that service; for 1711 12,000 0 0
ditto: for subsistence, offreckonings and clearings to the Marine Regiments under the pay of Walter Whitfield; for 1709 4,000 0 0
ditto: ditto; for 1711 23,600 0 0
total Wages 146,105 0 0
for Victualling: Bills of Exchange, Short Allowance and Contingencies; for 1711 45,239 19 9
ditto: sick and wounded etc.; for 1711 8,000 0 0
total Victualling 53,239 19 9
(The Victualling is further supplied under Wear and Tear, the rate or quota of 19s. per man per month being fully completed.)
for Wear and Tear: Imprest, Bills of Exchange and Contingencies, including 2,000l. for raising Naval Stores in Plantations; for 1709 17,403 0 0
ditto: ditto; for 1711 38,883 0 0
ditto: the Course; for 1702 42,870 10 2
ditto: ditto; for 1709 121,000 0 0
ditto: the Yards under this head; for 1702 6,257 0 1
ditto: ditto; for 1709 23,251 0 0
ditto: ditto; for 1711 50,591 19 11
ditto: the value of Timber out of the Queen's Forests; for 1711 6,986 14 0
Victualling: for Bills of Exchange etc. out of the rate for Wear and Tear, the rate for Victualling being completed (see above); for 1709 5,000 0 0
Wear and Tear: the Course; for 1702 47,146 12 6
ditto: ditto; for 1709 20,773 1 6
total Wear and Tear 380,162 18 2
to repay money advanced by the Bank of England on Deposits; (the Uses to which the Moneys so advanced by the Bank are specified in a Schedule); for 1711 247,000 0 0
for his subscription into the Capital Stock of the South Sea Company in General Mortgage Tallies remaining in his hands at Mich. 1710; for 1710 129,250 12
376,250 12
Total by [paid to] Robert Walpole 1,007,456 10
All which particulars were directed to be satisfied out of the following Fonds:
for the year 1702: £ s. d.
Fifth 4s. Aid pro anno 1702 63 8 0
one third Tonnage Arrears anno 1704 55 13 8½
Duties on Malt anno 1707 352 19 10
ditto anno 1708 17 6 10½
The Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708 10,686 14 10
Duties on Malt anno 1709 3,080 16 10
Land Tax tallies anno 1709 20,497 14 2½
Fifth General Mortgage tallies anno 1709 4,990 12 10½
Land Tax tallies anno 1710 34,598 15 7
Malt tallies anno 1710 29,930 0 0
for the year 1709
Land Tax tallies anno 1709 35,000 0 0
Fifth General Mortgage tallies anno 1709 178,773 1 6
for the year 1710:
General Mortgage tallies anno 1710 129,250 12 7¾
for the year 1711:
loans on Land Tax anno 1711 276,468 19 9
contributions on the First Lottery Act anno 1711 276,703 0 0
Wood sales: for the value of timber delivered the Navy out of the Queen's forests and by the Surveyor of the Woods 6,986 14 0
1,007,456 10 7¾
£ s. d.
Totals for the several years: for 1702 104,274 2 9
for 1709 213,773 1 6
for 1710 129,250 12
for 1711 560,158 13 9
By [paid to] Charles Cæsar, late Treasurer of the Navy, for the following services; all for 1711:
for the Ordinary: Generally 8,100 0 0
ditto: the Yards under this head 43,000 0 0
51,100 0 0
for Wages: to Seamen generally 242,745 11 11
ditto: subsistence etc. to the Marines 10,000 0 0
252,745 11 11
for Victualling: Bills of Exchange etc. 66,655 15 4
for Wear and Tear: ditto including 2,000l. for raising Naval Stores in Plantations 27,731 0 0
ditto: the Yards under this head 84,597 0 0
112,328 0 0
Total by [paid to] Charles Cæsar 482,829 7 3
All which particulars were directed to be satisfied out of the following Fonds:
Loans on Land Tax pro anno 1711 51,238 17 6½
Contributions on the First Lottery Act 1711 64,387 7 11
Ditto Second Lottery Act 1711 367,203 1 9½
482,829 7 3
Summary of the above.
By [paid to] the Navy by the Executors of Sir Thomas Littleton, by Robert Walpole and by Charles Cæsar: £ s. d.
for the Ordinary generally; for 1706 2,190 0 0
for 1709 10,941 0 0
for 1711 48,857 0 1
for the Yards under this head; for 1711 43,000 0 0
total, Ordinary 104,988 0 1
for Wages to Seamen generally; for 1702 8,000 0 0
for 1709 11,405 0 0
for 1711 329,845 11 11
for Sick and Wounded and for Prisoners; for 1711 12,000 0 0
for the Marine Regiments; for 1709 4,000 0 0
for 1711 33,600 0 0
total Wages 398,850 11 11
for Victualling: Bills of Exchange etc.; for 1711 111,895 15 1
ditto: Sick and Wounded etc.; for 1711 8,000 0 0
The Victualling is further supplied, after completion of the quota, under Wear and Tear.
total Victualling 119,895 15 1
for Wear and Tear: Imprest, Bills of Exchange, etc. (including 4,000l. for raising Naval Stores in Plantation); for 1709 17,403 0 0
for 1711 66,614 0 0
ditto: the Course; for 1702 42,870 10 2
for 1709 121,000 0 0
ditto: the Yards under this head;
for 1702 6,257 0 1
ditto: ditto; for 1709 23,251 0 0
ditto: ditto; for 1711 135,188 19 11
ditto: the value of timber from the Queen's Forests; for 1711 6,986 14 0
Victualling: Bills of Exchange, etc., for 1709 5,000 0 0
(out of Wear and Tear, see above):
the Course; for 1702 47,146 12 6
for 1709 20,773 1 6
total Wear and Tear 492,490 18 2
to Repay money advanced by the Bank of England; for 1711 247,000 0 0
to Subscription into South Sea Stock, etc.; for 1710 129,250 12
£1,492,475 17 10¾
totals for the several years:1702 104,274 2 9
1706 2,190 0 0
1709 213,773 1 6
1710 129,250 12
1711 1,042,988 1 0
All which particulars were directed to be satisfied out of the following:
£ s. d.
Fifth 4s. Aid anno 1702 63 8 0 for 1702
one third tonnage arrears anno 1704 55 13 8½ for 1702
Reversionary Annuities anno 1705 2,190 0 0 for 1706
duties on Malt anno 1707 352 19 10 for 1702
ditto anno 1708 17 6 10½ for 1702
Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708 10,686 14 10 for 1702
loans on Malt anno 1709 3,080 16 10 for 1702
ditto on the Land Tax anno 1709 20,497 14 2½ for 1702
ditto ditto 35,000 0 0 for 1709
ditto on the Continued Impositions anno 1709 4,990 12 10½ for 1702
ditto ditto 178,773 1 6 for 1709
ditto on the Land Tax anno 1710 34,598 15 7 for 1702
ditto on Malt anno 1710 29,930 0 0 for 1702
loans on the Continued Impositions anno 1710 129,250 12 7¾ for 1710
ditto on the Land Tax anno 1711 327,707 17 3½ for 1711
contributions on the First Lottery Act anno 1711 341,090 7 11 for 1711
ditto on the Second ditto (the Two Million Adventure) anno 1711 367,203 1 9½ for 1711
Wood Sales or the value of Timber delivered the Navy out of the Queen's Forests per the Surveyor of Woods 6,986 14 0 for 1711
1,492,475 17 10¾
ORDNANCE. £ s. d.
By [paid to] Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer and Paymaster of the Office of Ordnance upon accompt of the following services:
for Land Services generally: for 1710 61,071 6 5
for 1711 66,250 0 0
127,321 6 5
for sea services generally; for 1711 66,250 0 0
total (for 1710 61,071l. 6s. 5d.; for 1711 132,500l.) 193,571 6 5
for a subscription into the Capital Stock of the South Sea Company; for 1710 61,460 14
total (for 1710 122,532l. 0s. 11½d. for 1711 132,500l.) 255,032 0 11½
which services were directed to be satisfied out of the following:
£ s. d.
Loans on Malt pro anno 1710 61,071 6 5 for 1710
ditto on the Land Tax pro anno 1711 16,000 0 0 for 1711
ditto on Malt pro anno 1711 40,000 0 0 ditto
Contributions on the First Lottery Act pro anno 1711 30,000 0 0 ditto
Ditto on the Second (the Two Million Adventure) anno 1711 46,500 0 0 ditto
Loans on the Continued Impositions pro anno 1710 61,460 14 6½ for 1710
255,032 0 11½
ARMY: FORCES ABROAD.
By [paid to] James Brydges, Paymaster of her Majesty's Forces upon accompt of the following services:
for the publique services for the years 1709 and 1710:
for the 40,000 men serving with the Allies; for the 10,000 men; for the 3,000 Palatines; for 4,639 Saxons; for the pay of Bothmar's Regiment of Dragoons; for the Augmentation Troops: for the year 1709 20,941 3
ditto: for the year 1710 26,589 17
for Agio etc. for 12,000 Prussians in the Netherlands: for 1710 4,522 8 3
for the Forces in Spain and Portugal: for 1710 47,333 9 0
99,386 18
£ s. d. £ s. d.
for the publique services for the year 1711:
for the 40,000 men; for the 10,000 men; for the 3,000 Palatines; for 4,639 Saxons; for Bothmar's Dragoons; for the Augmentation Troops; for the Hesse subsidy; for the Treves ditto; for the Palatines ditto; for the Hessians ditto; for the Prussians ditto; in all 1,970,992 4 11½
for the Kings of Denmark, of Portugal and of Savoy on their respective subsidies 133,788 4 10
for the Forces in Spain and Portugal 1,015,187 15 10
for the Extraordinary Charges of the War provided by Parliament (sic) 53,167 8
3,173,135 13 8
£3,272,522 11 10½
All which particulars were directed to be satisfied out of the following:
£ s. d.
loans on the Continued Impositions pro anno 1709 20,941 3 9¼ for 1709
loans on the Land Tax anno 1710 905 0 0 for 1710
Contributions for Annuities anno 1710 72,445 2 9½ for 1710
loans on Candles anno 1710 5,095 11 7¾ for 1710
loans on the Land Tax anno 1711 1,133,605 13 9 for 1711
loans on Malt anno 1711 237,995 0 0 for 1711
Contributions on the First Lottery Act anno 1711 840,261 17 10 for 1711
ditto on the Second Act (the Two Million Adventure) anno 1711 884,410 18 9½ for 1711
loans on the Duties on Hops anno 1711 76,152 3 3½ for 1711
In Aid.
First 4s. Aid pro anno 1693 93 11 11 for 1711
Second Quarterly Poll anno 1694 0 2 0 for 1711
Fourth 4s. Aid anno 1696 2 15 6 for 1711
Leather Arrears anno 1697 0 12 0 for 1711
Second 2s. Aid anno 1700 299 9 5 for 1711
two-thirds Fourth 4s. Aid anno 1701 313 9 2 for 1711
£3,272,522 11 10½
GUARDS AND GARRISONS.
By [paid to] John How, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons, for the following services: £ s. d.
for the Guards and Garrisons including 521l. paid on Bills of Exchange from New England for Special Service; for 1703 8 0 0
ditto; for 1704 618 3 5
ditto; for 1705 61 10 8
ditto; for 1706 1,475 15 11½
ditto; for 1710 81,648 5 8
ditto; for 1711 238,376 0 10¾
322,187 16
for the 5,000 men on Sea Service; for 1710 6,942 13 11
ditto; for 1711 39,614 10 10
46,557 4 9
for the Company of Invalids; for 1710 3,350 11 11½
ditto; for 1711 5,400 0 0
8,750 11 11½
£ s. d. £ s. d.
for Extraordinary Charges of the War provided by Parliament; for 1711 3,908 4 8
381,403 17 11¾
to redeem deposits for Money advanced; for 1711 131,166 3 0
(the uses to which the moneys so advanced by the Bank [are to be applied] are specified in a schedule.)
for his subscription into the Capital Stock of the South Sea Company; for 1710 138,265 9 1
total £650,835 10
totals for the several years: 1703 8 0 0
1704 618 3 5
1705 61 10 8
1706 1,475 15 11½
1710 230,207 0
1711 418,464 19
All which particulars were directed to be satisfied out of the following:
Sixth 4s. Aid pro anno 1703 8 0 0 for 1703
Seventh 4s. Aid anno 1704 49 10 5 for 1704
one third Tonnage arrears anno 1704 568 13 0 for 1704
Eighth 4s. Aid anno 1705 61 10 8 for 1705
Ninth 4s. Aid anno 1706 1,475 15 11½ for 1706
loans on the Continued Impositions anno 1710 153,965 9 1 for 1710
ditto on duties on Candles anno 1710 73,024 14 1½ for 1710
ditto on the Land Tax anno 1710 3,216 17 5 for 1710
ditto ditto 1711 135,437 9 10 for 1711
contributions on the First Lottery Act anno 1711 223,490 3 7 for 1711
ditto on the Second (the Two Million Adventure) anno 1711 59,537 5 11¾ for 1711
650,835 10 0¾
TRANSPORT.
By [paid to] Thomas Micklethwaite, Treasurer of the Transport Service, for the following services:
for Debts on the Course of the Office and Interest thereupon 12,521 8
out of Tallies on the Land Tax pro anno 1708 12,521 8 4½
DEBTS OF KING WILLIAM III.
By Arrears to the late King's Family and Servants (over and above sums paid out of Civil List Revenues vide infra, p. cxlix) for Debts in the Office of Cofferer per Thomas Newport, Executor to the Earl of Bradford, late Cofferer 127 16
Out of arrears of the late King's Revenues:
Additional Tonnage 32 1 0½
Hereditary and Temporary Excise 5 4 1
Letter Money 70 8 0
Small Branches 20 3 2
£127 16 3½
SCOTLAND: CIVIL LIST, etc. £ s. d.
By [paid to] Archibald Douglas for so much certified by him as Paymaster of the Civil List in Scotland; for Fees, Salaries, Pensions, etc., conform to the Establishment by Exchequer Warrant there pursuant to letters of Privy Seal 21,353 16
By [ditto] ditto paid to the Lords of the Justiciary for Circuit Charges 1,500 0 0
£22,853 16
Out of the several Duties and Revenues coming into his hands for the foregoing services [p. cxvii].
PAYMENTS OUT OF THE REVENUES FOR THE QUEEN'S CIVIL LIST.
For the Uses of the Queen's Civil List:
At the Exchequer:
to Francis, Lord Ryalton, Cofferer of the Household, upon Accompt 52,759 17
to Samuel, Lord Masham, for ditto 2,000 0 0
to John, Lord Fitzharding, Treasurer of the Chamber, ditto 22,791 12
to John, Duke of Montague, Master of the Great Wardrobe, ditto 14,238 4 0
to the Robes per Mrs. Rachel Thomas 3,000 0 0
to ditto per Henry Piggot 1,000 0 0
to Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the Works, upon Accompt 16,351 12 10
to William Robarts, Paymaster of the Works at Windsor, ditto 1,630 9
to the Duke of Somerset, Master of the Horse, ditto 1,500 0 0
to Foreign Ministers (Ordinary Entertainment 13,543l. and on their Extraordinaries 9,219l. 1s. 2d.) 22,762 1 2
to Fees and Salaries 84,713 4
to Pensions and Annuities 21,791 9 4
to Spencer Compton for Charities, etc. 31,378 0 5
ditto for accompt of the Palatines 5,773 7 7
ditto towards the charge of managing the Lottery 1710, to be made good out of the surplus of the Lottery Fond 4,075 2 10
to the Band of Pensioners per William Smith, Paymaster 7,500 0 0
to several as of the Queen's Royal Bounty 14,384 8 0
to William, lord Dartmouth, Principal Secretary of State, for Secret Service 2,250 0 0
to the Duke of Queensberry, another, for ditto 5,250 0 0
to Henry Boyle, another, for ditto 2,559 15 8
to Henry St. John, another, for ditto 1,500 0 0
to William Lowndes, for ditto 28,588 7
to Samuel Smethyn, her Majesty's Goldsmith, for Plate 11,002 6 10½
to Jewels or Presents in lieu of Jewels to Foreign Ministers 3,556 7 6
to the Privy Purse per Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough 10,500 0 0
to ditto per Mrs. Abigail Masham 17,000 0 0
to Contingencies, viz.: Law Charges 2,654l. 13s. 11d., Liberates of the Exchequer 4,011l. 16s. 2¼d., Rewards for Services 4,565l. 13s. 8½d., Surplus to Sheriffs and Others on their Accompts 2,878l. 2s. 2¾d., Riding Charges to Messengers 1,042l. 10s. 0d., Printers on their Bills 2,516l. 10s. 5d., Rewards to Receivers of Taxes 5,677l. 4s. 10¾d., Disbursements 5,349l. 9s. 3d., Rents payable by the Crown 321l. 17s. 6d., Towards building Blenheim House at Woodstock 15,000l. 43,017 18
to Services relating to Scotland: salaries 1,270 0 0
to the African Company by way of Loan 500 0 0
to Charles, Lord Cornwallis by way of loan on a mortgage of his Estate on the Aulnage Duties in Ireland 3,000 0 0
to Robert Corker on accompt of the Tin Affair 139,350 0 0
£ s. d. £ s. d.
for Arrears to the late King's Servants:
for Pensions and Annuities 600 0 0
for Fees and Salaries 600 0 0
1,200 0 0
for Publick Services:
to Sir John Humble for the Managers of the Lottery 1710 4,800 0 0
(to be reimbursed from the surplus of the Fond when it ariseth)
At the Excise Office: to several on Pensions (p. lxxxviii) 9,000 0 0
At the Post Office: to several on Pensions (p. xcviii) 38,937 9 0
£630,931 13 8
Out of the following: £ s. d.
Additional Tonnage and Poundage 195,112 1 11¾
Hereditary and Temporary Excise 218,214 19 5
Letter Money 60,298 7 0½
Small Branches and Casualties (p. ciii) 27,372 1
500,997 10 2½
Loans on Credit of the Queen's Tin 129,934 3 5½
£630,931 13 8
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS:
By paid out [of] the Duty ofper cent. in specie from Barbados and the Leeward Isles:
£ s. d.
to the Earl of Kinoul on a perpetuity 5,250 0 0
to the Governours of Plantations on their Allowances 2,527 3
7,777 3
By [paid to] Sir Isaac Newton, Master of the Mint. Out of the Coinage Duty 7,125 17 8
By [ditto] Robert Weddell for charges in prosecuting Coiners. Out of ditto 360 5
7,486 2
By [paid to] Edward Barker, Treasurer for the Queen's Bounty, to augment poor livings; without accompt. Out of First Fruits and Tenths 1,453 6 9
By [paid to] Lord Archibald Hamilton for the charge of his Passage to Jamaica as Governor there. Out of the 25 per cent. on French Goods 225 0 0
By [paid to] Prince Charles of Denmark to aid his Grant of 4,000l. per annum for quitting his Pretensions to the Bishoprick of Eutin for the Good of the Common Cause. Out of Imprest Moneys repaid per Administrator of Sir Edward Seymour 1,390l. 0s. 1½d. and out of the Rent of Hackney Coaches 710l. 17s. 4½d. 2,100 17 6
By [paid to] Christopher Rhodes towards defraying the Incident Charges attending the Management of the Lottery Act anno 1711. Out of the Fond for the said Lottery 214 5
By [ditto] ditto for Incident Charges attending the Management of the Two Million Adventure 1711. Out of the Two Million Fond 285 14
By [paid to] the Commissioners for Stating the Public Accompts of the Kingdom. Out of Contributions to the Two Million Adventure 875 0 0
£ s. d. £ s. d.
By [paid to] Gregory King, Secretary to the said Commissioners, for Incident Charges. Out of the same 2,500 0 0
3,375 0 0
By so much allowed for loss on Wrought Plate Contributed to the Two Million Adventure. Out of Contributions to the Two Million Adventure 4,400 13 2
By [paid to] the Receivers of 1,500,000l. contributed for a Lottery anno 1711 for rewards and charges in receiving, paying and accompting. Out of Contributions to the said Lottery 2,380 12 9
By [paid to] Sir John Humble, Paymaster of the Million Lottery Tickets upon Accompt. Out of the 9d. Excise for 16 years 80,132 10
By [paid to] the Adventurers to the Lottery for 1,500,000l. anno 1710 on 135,000l. per annum from Mich. 1710. Payable by Sir J. Humble out of the Fonds for the said Lottery 16,312 10 0
By [paid to] Nehemiah Arnold, Paymaster of the Malt Lottery Tickets upon Accompt. Out of the General Fond for Deficiencies granted 1 Anne 14,671l. 13s. 7d.; [out of the] 12d. per Bushel on Salt 13,613l. 18s. 4d.; out of the Stamp Duties to 1 Aug. 1710 732l. 8s. 8½d.; out of House Money to 1 Aug. 1710 27,524l. 7s. 8½d. 56,542 8 4
By [paid to] the Bank of England on their Perpetuity of 100,000l. per annum. Out of five-sevenths of the 9d. Excise 94,996l. 15s.; [out of] five-sevenths of Tonnage Duties on Ships and Vessels 3l. 5s. 0d. 95,000 0 0
More on 106,501l. 13s. 5d. per annum being 6 per cent. redeemable by Parliament on repaying 1,775,027l. 17s. 10½d. Value in Exchequer Bills delivered up by them and cancelled. Out of House Money from 1 Aug. 1710 50,000 0 0
More on 45,000l. per annum until 31 July 1714 for exchanging all Exchequer Bills for ready money. Out of Loans on the Land Tax 1711 55,000l.; out of Lottery Money 1711 15,657l. 10s. 8d.; out of Loans on Hops 1711 80,000l. 150,657 10 8
295,657 10 8
By Samuel Edwyn for charges in respect of the said Bills. Out of House Money from 1 Aug. 1710 553 3 11¾
By [paid to] the New East India Company on 160,000l. per annum. Out of 28d. Salt and Additional Stamp Duties 160,000 0 0
638,896 19
PAYMENTS ON ANNUITIES &c.
By paid on Annuities purchased at the Exchequer and for Rewards to Officers and Incidents in Paying and Accounting for the same:
on Annuities purchased anno 1693 at 14 per cent. Out of the 9d. Excise for 99 years 123,511 12 6
more on Annuities with the advantage of survivorship. Out of ditto 7,486 3
for rewards and incidents. Out of ditto. (To the Officers of the Exchequer 1,200l., to the Usher of the Receipt for necessaries 455l. 17s. 3¼d.) 1,655 17
132,653 12 11¾
on Annuities purchased anno 1694 for one, two or three lives. Out of the two-sevenths of the 9d. Excise in the Bank Act 36,742l. 4s. 4½d.; out of the two sevenths of the Tonnage Duties on Ships 1l. 5s. 11½d. 36,743 10 4
for rewards to Officers (the Auditor of the Receipt). Out of the two sevenths of the 9d. Excise 150 0 0
36,893 10 4
on Annuities purchased anno 1704 and anno 1705 charged on the 3,700l. per week Excise:
on Annuities for one Life 17,292 1 8
ditto for Two Lives 7,681 0 0
ditto for Three Lives 2,438 8 4
ditto for 99 years 124,329 5
151,740 15
for rewards to the Officers of the Exchequer 1,430 0 0
on Annuities called Bankers' Annuities redeemable by Parliament 41,775 0
194,945 16 4
on Annuities for 184,242l. 14s. per annum purchased for 99 years anno 1706. Out of the General Fond for paying the same 184,889 4 0
for rewards and incidents. Out of ditto. (To the Officers of the Exchequer 1,470l. 0s. 0d.; to the Usher of the Receipt for Necessaries 178l. 14s. 0¾d.) 1,648 14
186,537 18
on Annuities for 72,187l. 10s. per annum purchased for 99 years anno 1707. Out of the General Fond for paying the same and other Revenues in Aid (p. cxxii-cxxiii) 73,426 2 6
for Rewards and incidents. Out of ditto (The Officers of the Exchequer 1,596l. 6s. 8½d. and to the Usher of the Receipt for Necessaries 648l. 16s. 7d.) 2,245 3
75,671 5
on Annuities for 40,000l. per annum purchased for 99 years anno 1708. Out of Contribution Money and other Revenues in Aid (p. cxxiii) 21,890 12 6
on Annuities for 80,000l. per annum purchased for 99 years anno 1708. Out of Contribution Money 8,575 15 0
on Annuities for 81,000l. per annum purchased for 32 years anno 1710. Out of the Fond for paying the same 50,913 10 0
£708,082 1 0
INTEREST ON LOANS ON THE PUBLIC REGISTERS, etc. £ s. d.
By Interest on Loans on the Publique Registers and otherwise Issued at the Exchequer between Mich. 1710 and Mich. 1711: on the following:
Coals granted anno 1695, Transferred to Leather 1697: Out of the General Fond for Deficiencies 623 18 9
First 3s. Aid granted anno 1697: Out of Arrears 6l. 12s. and out of the General Fond for Deficiencies 4,146l. 16s. 7d. 4,153 8 7
20l. per cent. paper for taking in Wrought Plate: Out of that Duty 3l. 3s. 10d. and out of the General Fond for Deficiencies 222l. 4s. 3d. 225 8 1
Third Quarterly Poll granted anno 1698: Out of arrears 1l. 5s. and out of the General Fond for Deficiencies 1,599l. 19s. 5d. 1,601 4 5
Third 3s. Aid granted anno 1699: Out of the General Fond for Deficiencies 190 8 7
Coals anno 1703: Out of Arrears 31 10 0
Two thirds Tonnage and Poundage granted anno 1705 12,712 7 5
Low Wines and the Additional Duties on Coffee, Tea, etc., anno 1705 25,540 13 8
Produce of the Queen's Tin 12,405 19 0
Ninth 4s. Aid for the year 1706 302l. 10s. and out of the Fourteenth 4s. Aid, being transferred thereunto 3,702l. 12s. 10d. 4,005 2 10
Tenth 4s. Aid for the year 1707 300l. and out of the Fourteenth 4s. Aid, being transferred thereunto 2,719l. 1s. 1d. 3,019 1 1
Several Subsidies and Impositions continued anno 1707 called the Third General Mortgage: Out of the General Fond for this Register 64,411 11 6
Eleventh 4s. Aid for the year 1708 337l. 17s. 10d. and out of the Fourteenth 4s. Aid being transferred thereto 2,460l. 10s. 3d. 2,798 8 1
The one half subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage, continued anno 1708 called the Fourth General Mortgage: out of the following.
£ s. d.
25 per cent. on French Goods 8 19 5
Plantation Duties 2,360 1 1
5s. White Woollen Cloths 178 17 6
25l. per ton French Prize Wines 4,562 14 4
Glass Wares and Tobacco Pipes 698 12 10
Malt 1702 10 0 0
Malt anno 1707 39 3
Hackney Coaches 796 0 1
Small Branches or Casualties (being such as were not applicable to the Civil List) 353 17 3
First 4s. Aid anno 1693 114 6 8
Two-thirds fourth 3s. Aid anno 1701 152 5
Fifth 4s. Aid and Subsidies anno 1702 0 5 0
Seventh 4s. Aid anno 1704 15 0 0
Eighth 4s. Aid anno 1705 189 0 0
Ninth 4s. Aid anno 1706 38 6
Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 397 6 10½
Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708 3,613 2 4
13,527 19 1
The Duties on Malt and Mum etc. for the year 1708:
out of Malt 1710 being transferred thereto 16,977 0 11
The Duties on Malt, Mum, etc., for the year 1709 3,343 15 3
Sundry Impositions continued anno 1709 called the Fifth General Mortgage: out of loans on the same Impositions 343l. 9s. 6d. and out of the Eleventh 4s. Aid 1708 5,881l. 18s. 9d. 6,225 8 3
The Duties on Malt, Mum, etc., for the year 1710 18,023 3 10
Sundry Impositions continued anno 1710, called the Sixth General Mortgage: out of 12d. per Bushel on Salt 2,610 1 1
Twelfth 4s. Aid for the year 1709 11,410 2 8
Thirteenth 4s. Aid for the year 1710 89,566 4 1
The Duties on Candles and Rates on Monies given with Apprentices 11,793l. 8s. 1d.: and out of Chandlers forfeitures 10s. 9d. 11,793 18 10
Fourteenth 4s. Aid for the year 1711 18,246 16 10
By Interest on the Old Exchequer Bills issued anno 1697: Out of the General Fond for Deficiencies 83 2 9
By [paid to] the Bank of England on the Allowance of 3 per cent. per annum for circulating Exchequer Bills by the Act of Parliament anno 1709: Out of like Exchequer Bills 92,700 0 0
By Interest to the Contributors for Annuities anno 1710 at the rate of 8 per cent. for prompt payment per the hands of William Clayton: Out of Contribution Money 2,600 0 0
By Interest at the rate of 2d. per cent. per diem on all the Exchequer Bills on the Act 1709 received at the Exchequer or reissued thence, Paid per Lionel Herne and Samuel Edwards in this year so at all times to be reissued clear of Interest 46,015 18 0
By Interest to the Adventurers in the Lottery anno 1711 at 10l. per cent. for the First Payment and 6l. per cent. for the other three Payments till 29 Sept. 1711, the said Interest to be reckoned from the respective days of making such payments per the Receivers of the Lottery Money 43,315 19 2
By Interest to the Contributors to the Two Million Adventure 1711 at 8d. per cent. per diem for the first payment and 4d. per diem for the other three payments till 29 Sept. 1711, the said Interest to be reckoned from the respective days of making such payments per the Receivers of the Contribution Money 29,663 16 0
In all for Interest Mich. 1710 to Mich. 1711 537,822 8 9
[SUMMARY OF THE VARIOUS HEADS OF EXPENDITURE GIVEN ABOVE:
Navy (p. cxxxi) 1,492,475 17 10¾
Ordnance (p. cxxxv) 255,032 0 11½
Army: Forces Abroad (p.cxxxv) 3,272,522 11 10½
Army: Guards and Garrisons (p. cxxxvi) 650,835 10
Transport (p. cxxxvii) 12,521 8
Debts of King William III (p. cxxxvii) 127 16
Scotland: Civil List (p. cxxxviii) 22,853 16
Civil List (p. cxxxviii) 630,931 13 8
Miscellaneous Items (p. cxxxix) 638,896 19
Payments on Annuities etc. (p. cxl) 708,082 1 0
Interest on Loans etc. (p. cxlii) 537,822 8 9]
8,222,102 5
By the Remains in Cash at Michaelmas 1711 (see p. cxlv-cxlvi) including 406,769l. 13s. 8½d. in tallies 1,640,110 10
Total Expenditure including Remains 9,862,212 15 6
By Balance of the Account [immediately following] (p. cxliv) shewing the moneys borrowed by way of Loan and in Exchequer Bills and the moneys repaid on the Publique Registers between Mich. 1710 and Mich. 1711, the Moneys repaid exceeding the moneys borrowed by 450,722 8 3
£10,312,935 3 9
LOAN ACCOUNT.
An Account showing the Monies borrowed on the Publique Fonds & Revenues Mich. 1710 to Mich. 1711 and the Principal Money repaid within the same time:
The Queen is Debtor.
to Loans made at the Receipt of the Exchequer on the following: £ s. d. £ s. d.
on credit of the produce of the Queen's Tin 117,600 8
on the fourteenth 4s. Aid pro anno 1711; in money 441,006 16 8
ditto; by levying tallies (p. cxviii) 1,302,107 13
1,743,114 10
on the duties on Malt, Mum etc., pro anno 1711; in money 6,520 0 0
ditto; by levying tallies (p. cxix) 412,581 9 8
419,101 9 8
on the duties on Hops pro anno 1711; in money 80,000 0 0
ditto; by levying tallies (p. cxix) 100,000 0 0
180,000 0 0
to Exchequer Bills on the Act anno 1709 issued at the Exchequer within the time of this Accompt and to be circulated by the Bank 137,700 0 0
2,597,516 8 8
To Balance; being the difference between the sum total of the Moneys borrowed by way of Loan and in Exchequer Bills and the Sum Total of the Principal Moneys repaid on the Publique Registers, the Moneys repaid exceeding the sums borrowed by 450,722 8 3
£3,048,238 16 11
The Queen is Creditor:
By Principal repaid:
on Coals granted 1695, Transferred to Leather Duties; out of the general Fond for Deficiencies 5,700 0 0
on the First 3s. Aid granted anno 1697; out of the like 82,085 13
on the 20l. per cent. Paper for taking in Wrought Plate: out of the like 3,200 0 0
on the Third Quarterly Poll granted anno 1698 out of the like 36,298 15 0
on the Third 3s. Aid granted anno 1699 403l. 10s. 5d.; and out of the General Fond for Deficiencies 4,367l. 15s. 10½d. 4,771 6
on two-thirds Tonnage and Poundage anno 1705 56,234 3 6
on Low Wines and the Additional Duties on Coffee, Tea, etc., pro anno 1705 85,313 3 0
on the Produce of the Queen's Tin 65,918 9
on the Ninth 4s. Aid for the year 1706; out of the Fourteenth 4s. Aid anno 1711 being transferred thereto 36,167 12 10
on the Tenth 4s. Aid for the year 1707; out of the like 58,283 12 6
on the Third General Mortgage anno 1707; out of the Fond for this Register 336,540 0 0
on the Eleventh 4s. Aid pro anno 1708 12,421l. 8s. 4½d.; out of the Fourteenth 4s. Aid anno 1711 transferred thereto 36,584l. 4s. 5½d. 49,005 12 10
on the Duties on Malt anno 1708; out of Malt 1710 being transferred thereto 224,645 9
on the Twelfth 4s. Aid for the year 1709 195,455 13 7
on the Duties on Malt, Mum, etc., for the year 1709 21,652 13 6
on the Thirteenth 4s. Aid for the year 1710 1,511,461 11 7
on the Duties on Malt, Mum, etc., for the year 1710 215,100 0 0
on the Duties on Candles, etc., for the year 1710 46,200 0 0
on the Fourteenth 4s. Aid for the year 1711 14,000 0 0
on Exchequer Bills issued anno 1697; out of the General Fund for Deficiencies 205 0 0
£3,048,238 16 11
THE PARTICULAR REMAINS IN CASH AT MICHAELMAS 1711.
£ s. d.
In Tallies undisposed in the hands of Particular Paymasters (p. cxxi) 406,769 13
The Several Fonds for making good Deficiencies which determined 1 Aug. 1710 14,693 18
Duties on Low Wines, etc., for Loans 1705 2,823 10
Additional Tonnage and Poundage, part of the Queen's Civil List 246 0 4
Arrears of ditto for the late King's Civil List 1,440 10 9
Arrears of the Duties on Coffee, etc., for the Transport Debt 22 12 1
Plantation Duties for Loans 570 12
Arrears of Coals anno 1698 for Loans 4 13
Arrears of Coals anno 1703 for Loans 1,037 8 4
Two-thirds Tonnage and Poundage anno 1705 for Loans 2,835 0
25l. per ton French Prize Wines for Loans 5,278 13 5
on the Fond for the Lottery for 1,500,000l. anno 1711 53,109 16
25l. per ton French Wines imported 1,759 3
on the Fond for Annuities purchased anno 1710 (p. lxxxvii) 50,396 4
on the Fond for the Lottery Act 1710 (p. lxxxvii) 54,087 6
Tonnage and Poundage Arrears anno 1703 61 11 10½
Arrears of Duties on Glass Wares 85 3 6
Hereditary and Temporary Excise part of the Civil List 9,016 3 10¾
3,700l. per week Excise for Annuities 82,289 5
9d. Excise for the Bank and Annuities 22,330 11 10
9d. Excise for Annuities and Survivorship 57,932 1
One Third Double Excise Arrears 26 4
Duties on Malt anno 1709 1,985 4 6
Duties on Malt anno 1710 16,104 13 1
Duties on Malt anno 1711 753 0 6
12d. per Bushel on Salt 22,173 13
28d. Salt and Additional Stamp Duties for the East India Company 107 1 11½
Stamp Duties on the Grant ended 1 Aug. 1710 1,857 17
Duties on Candles &c. for Loans anno 1710 610 17
on the Fond for the Two Million Adventure anno 1711 12,620 5 7
Duties on Hops for Loans anno 1711 6,033 13 0
Letter Money for the Civil List 9,747 13 10½
per cent. Duty 197 16
Coinage Duty 351 9
Rent of Hackney Coaches 996 15 3
Capitation Subsidies and additional Tonnage and Poundage for Cancelling Exchequer Bills anno 1697 1,300 4 10½
Arrears of the Duties on Marriages, Births, etc. 666 14 1
First Fruits 173 19 9
Tenths of the Clergy 578 19
Fines on Alienations 500 0 0
Seizures 307 16
Sale of Tin 1,980 8 11½
Rent of Savoy Hospital 2,749 10 8
Captors' shares of Prizes 6,000 0 0
Imprest Money repaid per Thomas Kennedy 589 1 6
Duties on Houses for Windows on the Grant ending 1 Aug. 1710 562 18 2
Duties on Houses for Windows on the Grant commencing 1 Aug. 1710 5,282 10 10¾
First 3s. Aid anno 1697 12 0 0
Additional Aid of 12d. eodem anno 2 14 0
Subsidies anno 1703 12 13 4
Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 1,677 10 10¼
Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708 2,426 15 7
Twelfth 4s. Aid anno 1709 3,751 10 7
Thirteenth 4s. Aid anno 1710 16,016 7 11
Fourteenth 4s. Aid anno 1711 15,578 19
Contributions on the Act for raising 1,500,000l. by a Lottery anno 1711 3,803 8 1
Contributions on the Act for raising Two Millions anno 1711 604,909 4
in the hands of Lionel Herne and Samuel Edwards for Interest on Exchequer Bills 4,769 10
in the hands of Archibald Douglas, Paymaster of the Civil List in Scotland 61 12
on the Fond for paying Annuities purchased anno 1706, p. cxxii 73,144 14 0
on the Fond for paying Annuities purchased anno 1707, p. cxxiii 30,333 1
on the Fond for paying 40,000l. per annum in Annuities purchased anno 1708, p. cxxiii 6,265 17
on the Fond for paying 80,000l. per annum in Annuities purchased anno 1708, p. cxxiv 16,295 19 11
1,233,340 16 7
£1,640,110 10
ACCOMPTS OF UNAPROPRIATED REVENUES.
Extract of so much of the aforegoing Accompts as relates to the Money arisen between Mich. 1710 and Mich. 1711 upon Certain Fonds and Revenues unappropriated by Parliament.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer of Unappropriated Revenues at Mich. 1710:
on 5s. per piece White Cloth 10 7 6
on the one-third Double 9d. Excise 26 4
on the Rent of Hackney Coaches 806 17
on Chandlers' Forfeitures 0 10 9
on Prize Money being Captors' Shares uncalled for 6,000 0 0
on the Balance of Sir Edward Seymour's Navy Accompt 1,390 0
on the Fourth 4s. Aid 1 10 0
8,235 10
To Cash for the Produce of Unappropriated Revenues at the Receipt of the Exchequer between Mich. 1710 and Mich. 1711:
the 25l. per cent. French Goods 233 19 5
Plantation Duties 2,930 13
5s. per Piece White Cloth 168 10 0
25l. per Ton on French Wines Imported 1,759 3
Leather Duty Arrears 0 12 0
Duty on Malt pro anno 1702 10 0 0
Rent on Hackney Coaches 1,696 15 3
Hall's Imprest 205 3 1
Ditto per Trustees for Circulating the Old Exchequer Bills 138 14 2
Kennedy's Imprest 589 1 6
A free Gift towards discharging Public Debts 10 0 0
First 4s. Aid anno 1693 207 18 7
Second Quarterly Poll anno 1694 0 2 0
Fourth 4s. Aid anno 1696 1 5 6
Additional 12d. per libram 1697 2 14 0
Second 2s. Aid anno 1700 299 9 5
Subsidies anno 1703 12 13 4
Overplus of the Fond for the East India Company 108 4 0
First 3s. Aid 12 0 0
Arrears of the Duty on Glass Wares 783 16 4
9,170 15 5
17,406 5
Discharge or Credit.
By [paid to] Lord Archibald Hamilton for the charge of his Passage to Jamaica out of [the] 25l. per cent. [duty on] French Goods 225 0 0
By [paid to] James Brydges for Accompt of the Forces under his Pay out of Leather Arrears 12s. 0d., out of the Second Quarterly Poll 2s., out of the Fourth 4s. Aid 2l. 15s. 6d., out of the Second 2s. Aid 299l. 9s. 5d. and out of the First 4s. Aid 93l. 11s. 11d. 396 10 10
By [paid to] Prince Charles of Denmark on his Grant of 4,000l. per annum for quitting his Pretensions to the Bishopric of Eutin for the good of the Common Cause; out of Hackney Coaches 710l. 17s. 4½d., out of Sir Edward Seymour's Balance 1,390l. 0s. 1½d. 2,100 17 6
By [payment of] Interest on Loans on the Fourth General Mortgage granted anno 1708; out of the following:
25l. per cent. [duty on] French Goods 8l. 19s. 5d.; Plantation Duty 2,360l. 1s. 1d.; 5s. a piece White Cloth 178l. 17s. 6d.; the first 3s. Aid anno 1693 114l. 6s. 8d.; the Duty on Malt anno 1702 10l.; [rents of] Hackney Coaches 796l. 0s. 1d.; Mr. Hall's Imprest 205l. 3s. 1d.; Imprest Money repaid per Trustees for circulating the Old Exchequer Bills 138l. 14s. 2d.; a Free Gift towards Discharging Publique Debts 10l. and Glass Arrears 698l. 12s. 10d. 4,520 14 10
By [payment of] Interest on Loans on the Candle Duty; out of Chandlers' Forfeitures 0 10 9
By paid on Annuities purchased anno 1707 to aid the Deficiency of the Fond: out of Surplus of the Fond for the East India Company 108 4 0
7,351 17 11
By Cash remaining in the Exchequer Unappropriated at Mich. 1711:
£ s. d.
on Plantation Duty 570 12
on Hackney Coaches 996 15 3
on Prize Money being Captors' Shares uncalled for 6,000 0 0
on Kennedy's Imprest 589 1 6
on the Additional 12d. Aid 2 14 0
on Subsidies anno 1703 12 13 4
on 25l. per Ton French Wines Imported 1,759 3
on the First 3s. Aid 12 0 0
on Glass Arrears 85 3 6
on one-third Double 9d. Excise 26 4
10,054 7
17,406 5
CIVIL LIST
Extract of so much of the aforegoing Accompts as relates to the Neat Money arisen for the Civil List between Mich. 1710 and Mich. 1711:
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer at Mich. 1710:
Additional Tonnage and Poundage 2,657 1
Hereditary and Temporary Excise 2,337 6 2
Letter Money 108 9 4
Seizures 419 6
Loans on Tin 12,333 14 8
17,855 17 9
to cash for the Neat Produce of those Revenues from Mich. 1710 to Mich. 1711:
Additional Tonnage and Poundage 192,701 1
Hereditary and Temporary Excise 224,893 17
Revenue of the Post Office 69,937 11 7
First Fruits and Tenths of the Clergy as far as those Revenues are charged at the Exchequer with Pensions payable by the Crown 8,675 0 0
Fines on Alienations 1,650 0 0
Revenue of Wine Licences 1,900 0 0
Proffers 1,171 3 8
Compositions 10 2 4
Seizures 12,888 18 7
Fines of Leases 495 17 10
Rents and other Incomes out of Lands to the Crown 605 11 2
Value of Timber delivered the Navy anno 1711 6,986 14 0
Rents on Grants 36 13 4
Fines and Forfeitures, viz. Lord Griffin's Forfeitures 300 0 0
Profits of the Hanaper 27 4 7
522,279 15
To Loans made on Credit of the Queen's Tin 117,600 8
657,736 2
Discharge or Creditor.
By payments for Accompt of the Civil List (over and above what [was] paid per Archibald Douglas for the Civil List of Scotland (p. cxvii)) between Mich. 1710 and Mich. 1711:
At the Exchequer:
to the Cofferer of the Household 54,759 17
to the Treasurer of the Chamber 22,791 12
to the Master of the Great Wardrobe 14,238 4 0
to the Robes per Mrs. Rachel Thomas 3,000 0 0
to ditto per Henry Piggott 1,000 0 0
to the Paymaster of the Works 16,351 12 10
to the Paymaster of the Works at Windsor 1,630 9
to the Master of the Horse for Extraordinaries of the Stables 1,500 0 0
to Foreign Ministers on their Ordinary Entertainments 13,543 0 0
to ditto on their Extraordinaries 9,219 1 2
to Fees and Salaries 84,713 4
to Pensions and Annuities 21,791 9 4
to Spencer Compton for charities, etc. 31,378 0 5
to ditto on accompt of the Palatines 5,773 7 7
to ditto towards the charge of managing the lottery 1710: to be made good out of the surplus of the lottery fund 4,075 2 10
to the Band of Pensioners per William Smith, Paymaster 7,500 0 0
to several as of her Majesty's Royal Bounty 14,384 8 0
to the Duke of Queensberry, Principal Secretary of State, for Secret Service 5,250 0 0
to William, lord Dartmouth, another, for the like 2,250 0 0
to Henry Boyle, another, for the like 2,559 15 8
to Henry St. John, another, for the like 1,500 0 0
to William Lowndes, for the like 28,588 7
to Jewels or Presents in lieu of Jewels to Foreign Ministers 3,556 7 6
to Samuel Smethyn, her Majesty's Goldsmith, for Plate 11,002 6 10½
to the Privy Purse per Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough 10,500 0 0
to ditto per Mrs. Abigail Masham 17,000 0 0
to Contingencies (Law Charges 2,654l. 13s. 11d.; Liberates of the Exchequer 4,011l. 16s. 2¼d.; Rewards for Services 4,565l. 13s. 8½d.; surplus to sheriffs and others on their Accompts 2,878l. 2s. 2¾d.; Riding charges to Messengers 1,042l. 10s. 0d.; Printers on their Bills 2,516l. 10s. 5d.; Rewards to Receivers of Taxes 5,677l. 4s. 10¾d.; Disbursements 5,349l. 9s. 3d.; Rents payable by the Crown 321l. 17s. 6d.; towards building Blenheim house at Woodstock 15,000l.) 43,017 18
to Services relating to Scotland; Salaries 1,270 0 0
to Charles, Lord Cornwallis, by way of Loan, on a mortgage of his Estate and Interest in the Aulnage Duties in Ireland 3,000 0 0
to Robert Corker on accompt of the Tin Affair 139,350 0 0
to the African Company by way of Loan 500 0 0
For Arrears to the late King's Servants and Family:
to Fees and Salaries 600 0 0
to Pensions and Annuities 600 0 0
578,194 4 8
At the Excise Office:
to several on Pensions (p. lxxxviii) 9,000 0 0
At the Post Office:
to several on Pensions (p. xcviii) 38,937 9 0
626,131 13 8
For Public Services:
to Sir John Humble for the Managers of the Lottery 1710 to be reimbursed from the Surplus to the Fond when it ariseth, out of Loans on Tin 4,800 0 0
to Robert Walpole, Treasurer of the Navy, for Wear and Tear, out of Wood Sales 6,986 14 0
637,918 7 8
By Cash in the Exchequer at Mich. 1711:
Additional Tonnage and Poundage 246 0 4
Hereditary and Temporary Excise 9,016 3 10¾
Letter Money 9,747 13 10½
Seizures 307 16
Alienations 500 0 0
(total Remains Mich. 1711 19,817l. 14s. 4¾d.) £657,736 2