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Revenue Account: Branch Analysis

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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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Branch Analysis

STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE FROM MICHAELMAS 1710 TO MICHAELMAS 1711.
(RECORDS OF THE TREASURY: ACCOUNTS, GENERAL, YEARLY [T30] VOL. 4)
FONDS FOR MEETING DEFICIENCIES.
Account of the several Fonds created in the Act 1 Anne [c. 7] which determined 1 Aug. 1710 and continued by the Act 5 Anne [6 Anne, c. 27] from 31 July 1710 to 1 Aug. 1712.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash in the Exchequer Mich. 1710:
Customs: The Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage:
on the Grant 1 Anne from 31 July 1706 to 1 Aug. 1710 19,353 19
ditto 5 Anne from 31 July 1710 to 1 Aug. 1712 9,650 10 4
ditto: Impositions on Wines, Vinegar, Tobacco, and East India Goods:
on the Grant 1 Anne 14,276 7
ditto 5 Anne 2,717 6
ditto: Additional Impositions on Goods and Merchandizes:
on the Grant 1 Anne 582 7 2
ditto 5 Anne 922 0 10
ditto: Duties on Whale Fins:
on the Grant 1 Anne 15 6
ditto 5 Anne 158 8
47,676 7
(total on the Grant 1 Anne 34,228l. 1s. 1¼d. and on the Grant 5 Anne 13,448l. 6s. 0d.)
To Receipts: on the Grant 1 Anne:
for Customs:
Xmas quarter 1710 4,292 2 6
Ladyday quarter 1711 4,285 0
Midsummer quarter 1711 6,953 8
Michaelmas quarter 1711 376 12 2
15,907 4 0
for Wines and Vinegar:
Xmas quarter 1710 3,329 9
Ladyday quarter 1711 4,513 5
Midsummer quarter 1711 5,076 3
Michaelmas quarter 1711 1,666 6
14,585 4 11
for Tobacco:
Xmas quarter 1710 22,295 13 11
Ladyday quarter 1711 8,754 16
Midsummer quarter 1711 9,414 3 6
Michaelmas quarter 1711 16,269 18 6
56,734 12
for East India Goods:
Xmas quarter 1710 16,178 4 2
Ladyday quarter 1711 2,445 1
Midsummer quarter 1711 11,000 16 10
Michaelmas quarter 1711 190 12 3
29,814 14
for Additional Impositions:
Xmas quarter 1710 443 2 8
Ladyday quarter 1711 2,688 16 10
Midsummer quarter 1711 1,119 9 11½
4,251 9
for Duties on Whale Fins:
Xmas quarter 1710 5 12 6
Michaelmas quarter 1711 0 11 0
6 3 6
(total on the Grant 1 Anne 121,299l. 8s. 5½d.)
To Receipts: on the Grant 5 Anne:
for Customs:
Xmas quarter 1710 42,141 0 7
Ladyday quarter 1711 33,312 18 11
Midsummer quarter 1711 40,181 2 11
Michaelmas quarter 1711 38,663 19 11½
154,299 2
for Wines and Vinegar:
Xmas quarter 1710 8,848 12 2
Ladyday quarter 1711 26,996 15 10½
Midsummer quarter 1711 37,243 13
Michaelmas quarter 1711 16,801 11
89,890 12 10½
for Tobacco:
Xmas quarter 1710 3,938 2 11
Ladyday quarter 1711 3,472 5 10½
Midsummer quarter 1711 3,963 1 8
Michaelmas quarter 1711 16,857 12
28,231 2 8
for East India Goods:
Xmas quarter 1710 21,932 15 2
Ladyday quarter 1711 7,833 13
Midsummer quarter 1711 26,634 8
Michaelmas quarter 1711 2,808 18
59,209 15
for Additional Impositions:
Xmas quarter 1710 4,819 4
Ladyday quarter 1711 7,162 12 4
Midsummer quarter 1711 8,082 8 4
Michaelmas quarter 1711 4,570 14
24,634 19 1
for Duties on Whale Fins:
Xmas quarter 1710 1,090 15
Ladyday quarter 1711 732 19 3
Midsummer quarter 1711 1,572 3 5
Michaelmas quarter 1711 655 5
4,051 3 11
(total on the Grant 5 Anne 360,316l. 16s. 8½d.)
529,292 12
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer to make good Deficiencies provided for by an Act, 1 Anne [c. 7], called the Second General Mortgage:
on Coals granted anno 1695 transferred to duties on Leather anno 1697:
for Principal 4,300 0 0
for Interest 193 3 4
on the First 3s. Aid granted anno 1697:
for Principal 60,025 15 3
for Interest 2,989 4 0
on the 20 per cent duty on Paper, ditto:
for Principal 2,600 0 0
for Interest 166 6 7
on Exchequer Bills issued, ditto:
for Principal 205 0 0
for Interest 83 2 9
on the Third Quarterly Poll anno 1698:
for Principal 24,200 0 0
for Interest 1,068 3 11
on the Third 3s. Aid, granted anno 1699:
for Principal 2,985 0
for Interest 159 12 0
98,975 8 6
(total for Principal 94,315l. 15s. 11½d. and for Interest 4,659l. 12s. 7d.)
To Nehemiah Arnold Paymaster of the Malt Lottery Tickets anno 1697 upon Account 14,671 13 7
Memorandum: All Principal and Interest on the Act 1 Anne being satisfied, the overplus moneys on the Grant are to aid the Fond for repaying loans and interest thereof on the Act, 5 Anne [6 Anne, c. 27], called the Third General Mortgage.
By paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer towards satisfying Principal and Interest on the Act 5 Anne, the Loans there-upon being made for the Service of the year 1707 and called the Third General Mortgage:
for Principal 336,540 0 0
for Interest 64,411 11 6
400,951 11 6
By Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711: of the Subsidies of Tonnage and Poundage 5,760 7 10¼
of the Impositions on Wines, Vinegar, Tobacco and East India Goods 5,878 2
of the Additional Impositions 2,872 15
of the Duty on Whale Fins 182 13
14,693 18
529,292 12
By an Act 3 Anne [3 and 4 Anne, c. 18].
The Continued Duties on Low Wines, etc., also the New Additional Duties on Coffee, Tea and Spices, the New Additional Duties of 15 per cent. on Calicoes and China Wares, and the New Additional Duties of 4 per cent. on Unrated Drugs, continued by the Act, 6 Anne [c. 50], to 24 June 1714.
Debtor or Charge.
To Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 10,405 17
To Receipts: on the Continued Duties:
Low Wines from 24 March 1705 to 24 June 1710:
Xmas quarter 1710 281 5
Ladyday quarter 1711 48 1 9
Midsummer quarter 1711 12 5 5
341 12
Coffee and Tea from 24 June 1710 to 24 June 1714:
Xmas quarter 1710 4,832 8
Ladyday quarter 1711 9,049 6
Midsummer quarter 1711 8,674 18
Michaelmas quarter 1711 2,761 3 8
25,317 17
Hawkers and Pedlars from 23 June 1706 to 24 June 1710: nil
15per cent. on Muslins from 24 June 1710 to 24 June 1714:
Xmas quarter 1710 17,398 1
Midsummer quarter 1711 17,810 4 9
35,208 6
(total Receipts on the Continued Duties 60,867l. 15s. 6½d.)
To Receipts: on the New Additional Duty:
Xmas quarter 1710 19,304 2 1
Ladyday quarter 1711 1,485 4 2
Midsummer quarter 1711 20,695 9 6
Michaelmas quarter 1711 918 18 0
42,403 13 9
£113,677 6
Memorandum: The Duties on Low Wines and the Rates on Hawkers and Pedlars, which ceased on the 23rd June 1710 as to this Fond, were further continued by an Act, 5 Anne 1707 [6 Anne, c. 2] for a long term and made part of the Fond for Annuities purchased anno 1707 (ut infra, p. cxxiii) and by an Act, 6 Anne 1708 [6 Anne, c. 50] all the rest of the Duties were further continued in aid of the Security [for Annuities] from 23 June 1710 to 24 June 1714.
Discharge or Debtor. £ s. d.
By Principal repaid in further part of 700,000l. 85,313 3 0
By Interest at 6 per cent. 25,540 13 8
110,853 16 8
Balance in Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 2,823 10 0[¾]
£113,677 6 8[¾]
BRANCH ANALYSIS: CUSTOMS.
ADDITIONAL SUBSIDY OF TONNAGE AND POUNDAGE.
Additional Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage continued from 9 March 1701–2 for the Queen's Life.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710:
for the Queen's Civil List 2,657 1
of arrears towards the late King's debts 21 5 1
2,678 6
To Receipts at the Exchequer for the neat Produce of this Revenue between Mich. 1710 and Mich. 1711:
Xmas quarter 1710:
on the grants to the late King 25 13 2
ditto to the Queen 54,784 1 8
Ladyday quarter 1711:
to the late King 1,379 15
to the Queen 49,448 10
Midsummer quarter 1711:
to the Queen 47,000 19 6
Michaelmas quarter 1711:
to the late King 45 17 11
to the Queen 41,467 9 7
total: towards the late King's debts 1,451l. 6s. 8½d.: to the Queen 192,701l. 1s. 3½d.: in all 194,152 8 0
£196,830 14
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d.
By paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer to the following: for the Civil List:
To Francis, Lord Ryalton, late Cofferer of the Household, upon account 2,600 0 0
to John Visct. Fitzharding, Treasurer of the Chamber, ditto 9,185 14 1
to the Duke of Montague, Master of the Great Wardrobe, ditto 6,437 10
to the Robes per Mrs. Rachel Thomas, ditto 3,000 0 0
to Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the Works, ditto 4,609 10 11¼
to Foreign Ministers on their Ordinary and Extraordinary Allowances 8,377 16 0
to the Duke of Somerset, Master of the Horse, for extraordinaries of the Stables 1,500 0 0
to Fees and Salaries 24,863 11
to Pensions and Annuities 2,184 8 4
to Spencer Compton for Charities, etc. 16,695 1 6
to several as of the Royal Bounty 8,882 10 0
to the Band of Pensioners per Wm. Smith, their Paymaster 5,000 0 0
to the Duke of Queensberry, late Principal Secretary of State, for Secret Service 1,500 0 0
to the Earl of Dartmouth, Principal Secretary of State, for ditto 750 0 0
to William Lowndes for ditto 14,635 4
to Jewels, or presents in lieu, to Foreign Ministers 658 7 6
to Samuel Smithin, her Majesty's goldsmith, for plate 900 0 0
to the Privy Purse per Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough 6,043 6 8
to ditto per Mrs. Abigail Masham 5,000 0 0
to Contingencies of diverse Natures 8,338 19 11¼
to the African Company by way of Loan from her Majesty 500 0 0
to Robert Corker on account of the Tin Affair 62,900 0 0
to Sundry Services relating to Scotland 550 0 0
195,112 1 11¾
Out of arrears for the late King's debts:
to Thomas Newport, executor to the Earl of Bradford, for arrears in the Office of Cofferer 32 1
195,144 3
By cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711:
for the Queen's Civil List 246l. 0s. 4d.:
of arrears for the late King's debts 1,440l. 10s. 9d.:
in both 1,686 11 1
£196,830 14
BRANCH ANALYSIS: CUSTOMS.
SUNDRY DUTIES.
The Duties appropriated for paying Interest on the Irish Transport Debt.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash in the Exchequer at Mich. 1710 of Arrears of the Duty on Coffee 22 12 1
Discharge or Creditor.
By Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 22 12 1
The 25 per cent. on French Goods Granted [7 & 8 Wm. III, c. 20] for 21 years from 28 Feb. 1696–7:
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Receipts at the Exchequer:
Xmas quarter 1710 2 15
Ladyday quarter 1711 231 3 10½
£233 19 5
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid to] the Lord Archibald Hamilton for the charge of his passage to Jamaica 225 0 0
By Interest on Loans on the fourth General Mortgage anno 1708 [6 Anne, c. 73] at 6 per cent. 8 19 5
£233 19 5
Memorandum. It was provided by the Act that the Interest of the Loans on this General Mortgage should be paid out of further loans to be from time to time taken in thereupon till the Fond for repaying thereof takes place so that for want of such loans being made this and other unappropriated moneys are issued to help the publique credit by paying arrears of interest. [See Introduction p. xxxv supra.]
Plantation Duties Granted 25 Car. II [c. 7].
Charge or Debtor.
To Receipts at the Exchequer:
Ladyday quarter 1711 1,184 4 6
Midsummer quarter 1711 1,184 4
Michaelmas quarter 1711 562 4 10
£2,930 13
Discharge or Creditor.
By Interest of Loans on the fourth General Mortgage anno 1708 at 6 per cent. 2,360 1 1
Balance in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 570 12
£2,930 13
Arrears of the Tonnage Duties on Ships and Vessels, which ceased 17 May 1696:
Charge or Debtor.
To Receipts at the Exchequer, Ladyday Quarter 1711:
of the five sevenths 3 5 0
of the two sevenths 1 5 11½
£4 10 11½
Discharge or Creditor.
Out of the five sevenths: by [paid to] the Bank of England on their Yearly Sum of 100,000l. 3 5 0
Out of the two sevenths: by Annuities for one, two or three Lives now charged on the two sevenths of the 9d. Excise 1 5 11½
£4 10 11½
Arrears of the Duties on Coals and Culme, Granted for five years from 15 May 1698 [9 Wm. III, c. 15].
Charge or Debtor.
To Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 4 13
Discharge or Creditor.
By Cash in the Receipt of the Exchequer, 28 Sept. 1711 4 13
Arrears of the Duties on Coals, Culme and Cinders, Granted for five years from 14 May 1703 [1 Anne st. 2, c. 4].
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 373 1 9
To Receipts:
Xmas quarter 1710 27 12
Ladyday quarter 1711 483 2 11
Midsummer quarter 1711 183 16 8
Michaelmas quarter 1711 1 4
695 16 7
£1,068 18 4
Discharge or Creditor.
By Interest on Loans Registered on these Duties at 6 per cent. 31 10 0
Balance in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 1,037 8 4
£1,068 18 4
Arrears of Duties on Coals, Culme and Cinders continued 4 Anne [4 & 5 Anne, c. 18] from 14 May 1708 to 30 Sept. 1710.
Charge or Debtor.
To Receipts at the Exchequer:
Xmas quarter 1710 17,684 6 1
Ladyday quarter 1711 3,372 14
Midsummer quarter 1711 561 5 10½
Michaelmas quarter 1711 665 14 5
£22,284 0 7
Discharge or Creditor.
By Cash transferred to the General Fond for Annuities purchased anno 1706 [ut infra, p. cxxii] 22,284 0 7
The One Third Additional Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage continued 4 Anne for 98 years from 8 March 1706 [4 & 5 Anne, c. 18].
Charge or Debtor.
To Receipts at the Exchequer:
Xmas quarter 1710 16,062 18
Ladyday quarter 1711 16,306 0 9
Midsummer quarter 1711 14,606 9 6
Michaelmas quarter 1711 13,178 9 11
£60,153 18
Discharge or Creditor.
By cash transferred to the General Fond for annuities purchased anno 1706 (ut infra, p. cxxii) 60,153 18
The Two Thirds Additional Tonnage and Poundage, Granted 3 Anne [3 & 4 Anne, c. 3] for four years from 8 March 1704 and continued by an Act 6 Anne [c. 50] from 7 March 1708 to 7 March 1711.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 2,466 9
To Receipts there:
Xmas quarter 1710 12,297 8 0
Ladyday quarter 1711 22,045 18
Midsummer quarter 1711 24,816 12
Michaelmas quarter 1711 10,155 2 9
69,315 2 1
£71,781 11
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d.
By Principal repaid in further part of a Credit for 636,957l. 4s. 0½d. 56,234 3 6
Interest at 6 per cent. 12,712 7 5
68,946 10 11
Balance in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 2,835 0
£71,781 11
Arrears of the Duties on Leather, Granted for three years from 20 April 1697 [8 & 9 Wm. III, c. 21].
Charge or Debtor.
To Receipts in the Exchequer 16 Feb. 1710–1 0 12 0
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid to] James Brydges, Paymaster of her Majesty's Forces, upon account 0 12 0
The Duty of 5s. per piece, Granted 6 Anne [c. 43] for ever, on White Woollen Cloth exported.
To Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 10 7 6
To Receipts there: £ s. d.
Xmas quarter 1710 119 5 0
Ladyday quarter 1711 49 5 0
168 10 0
£178 17 6
Memorandum: By an Act 9 Anne [c. 6] the Income on this Duty for 32 years from 8 March 1710–1 is made part of the Fond for the 1,500,000l. raised by way of a Lottery for the service of the year 1711.
Discharge or Creditor.
By Interest of Loans on the 4th General Mortgage anno 1708 [6 Anne, c. 73] at 6 per cent. 178 17 6
The Duty of 25l. per Ton on French Prize Wines Granted 6 Anne [c. 73] from 15 March 1707–8.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 83 18 7
To Receipts there:
Xmas quarter 1710 2,707 10
Ladyday quarter 1711 1,275 2
Midsummer quarter 1711 2,807 2 3
Michaelmas quarter 1711 2,967 14 1
9,757 9 2
£9,841 7 9
Discharge or Creditor.
By Interest of Loans on the 4th General Mortgage anno 1708 at 6 per cent. 4,562 14 4
By Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 5,278 13 5
£9,841 7 9
By an Act 9 Anne [c. 6].
The Subsidy of Poundage and other Duties on Goods Exported revived etc. for 32 years from 8 March 1710–1.
Duties on Coal, Culme etc. for the same time.
Additional Duties on Candles for 32 years from 25 March 1711.
Charge or Debtor.
To Cash for the Neat Produce of these Duties from 8 March 1710–1 to Mich. 1711.
Poundage Coals Candles
£ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
8 March to 31 March 1711 329 12 8 261 0 125 4
31 March to 29 June 1711 3,250 12 11 13,050 9 6 4,503 18 3
29 June to 28 Sept. 1711 7,534 19 6 19,605 16 4,652 0 6
11,115 5 1 32,917 6 5 9,281 3
Total for the three Duties 53,313 14 10½
To more paid in for the additional duties on Candles imported 31 March 1711 to 29 June 1711 10 6 10½
£53,324 1 9
Memorandum. All the foregoing with the 5s. per piece on White Cloth are the Fond for repaying the 1,500,000l. Lottery anno 1711 and interest at 6 per cent., etc.
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid Christopher Rhodes, Secretary to the Manager of the Lottery for 1,500,000l. anno 1711 for incident expenses 214 5
Balance in Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 53,109 16
£53,324 1 9
By an Act 9 Anne [c. 8].
The 25l. per Ton on French Wines imported under that Act.
Charge or Debtor.
The Receipts at the Exchequer 29 June 1711 to 28 Sept. 1711 1,759 3
Discharge or Creditor.
By cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 1,759 3
BRANCH ANALYSIS: EXCISE.
The Additional Excise of 3d. per Barrel granted 8 Anne [c. 12] for 32 years from 25 March 1710.
As also Additional Duties on Pepper, Raisins, Spices and Snuff, Granted [by the same Act] for 32 years from 6 Feb. 1709–10.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 30,762 4 8
To Receipts:
Xmas quarter 1710 on the Additional 3d.
per barrel Excise 12,495 1 6
Ladyday quarter 1711, ditto 13,504 0
Midsummer quarter 1711, ditto 13,798 17
Michaelmas quarter 1711, ditto 12,341 4 5
52,139 3 8
Xmas quarter 1710 on Pepper, Raisins etc. 3,912 13 4
Ladyday quarter 1711, ditto 5,992 14 3
Midsummer quarter 1711, ditto 4,253 7
Michaelmas quarter 1711, ditto 3,125 14 0
17,284 9
To more received 12 Jan. 1710–11 from Scotland on the Additional 3d. per barrel 1,123 16 9
(total Receipts 70,547l. 9s. 6½d., of which 53,263l. 0s. 5d. comes from the Additional 3d. per barrel Excise) 101,309 14
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d.
By paid on Annuities for 32 years from Mich. 1710, amounting to 81,000l. per annum for 90,000l. contributed 50,913 10 0
Balance in cash in the Exchequer, 28 Sept. 1711 50,396 4
101,309 14
The Duties of 3s. per Chaldron on Coals, Culm and Cinders, Granted 8 Anne [c. 10] for 32 years from 29 Sept. 1710.
With the Additional rates and Duties on Houses for Windows Granted 8 Anne [c. 10] for the same term.
Charge or Debtor.
To money received at the Exchequer, 29 Sept. 1710 to 28 Sept. 1711. £ s. d.
Xmas quarter 1710, on Coals, Culm, etc. 6,247 5 11
Lady Day quarter 1711, ditto 5,123 10
Midsummer quarter 1711, ditto 22,616 3
Michaelmas quarter 1711, ditto 30,563 11
64,550 11
Midsummer quarter 1711, on the Duties on Houses 1,880 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1711, ditto 3,969 5 0
5,849 5 0
70,399 16
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid to] the Adventurers to the 1,500,000l. lottery anno 1710 on 135,000l. per annum from 29 Sept. 1710 per Sir John Humble, Paymaster 16,312 10 0
By Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711: £ s. d.
Of the Duties on Coals, Culm, etc. 48,238 1
Of Duties on Houses 5,849 5 0
54,087 6
70,399 16
Arrears of the One Third Additional Poundage granted 2 Anne [2 & 3 Anne, c. 18] from 8 March 1703–4.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Receipts in the Exchequer:
Ladyday quarter 1711 624 6
Michaelmas quarter 1711 61 11 10½
685 18 7
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid Robert Walpole, late Treasurer of the Navy, upon Accompt 55 13
By paid John How, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons, ditto 568 13 0
624 6
Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 61 11 10½
685 18 7
Arrears of the Duties on Glass Wares granted 6 & 7 Wm. III [c. 18].
Charge or Debtor.
To Money received in the Exchequer from the Commissioners for the Duties on stating their Accompt 18 May 1711 783 16 4
Discharge or Creditor.
By Interest of Loans on the 4th General Mortgage anno 1708 at 6 per cent. 698 12 10
Balance in Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 85 3 6
£783 16 4
Hereditary and Temporary Excise.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To receipts per Edward Pauncefort, Cashier of this Revenue, between 25 Sept. 1710 and 1 Oct. 1711 viz.:
Xmas quarter 1710, for the gross produce 106,671 7
Ladyday quarter 1711, ditto 111,565 1
Midsummer quarter 1711, ditto 114,126 10
Michaelmas quarter 1711, ditto 104,333 18 9
436,696 17 10½
The Gross Receipts as above 436,696 17 10½
[Less] Paid on accompt of Management 15,703 0
420,993 17
Whereof to pay Annuities charged on the 30,700l. a week Excise 196,100 0 0
For the Civil List 224,893 17
£420,993 17
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d.
By paid according to the Weekly Certificates of the Cashier of this Revenue:
for accompt of the Queen's Civil List:
to the Duke of Northumberland, his pension 3,000 0 0
to the Duke of Southampton, his pension 3,000 0 0
to the Duchess of Grafton, her pension 1,000 0 0
to the Duke of Grafton, her son, his pension 2,000 0 0
9,000 0 0
for accompt of the Management.
for salaries to officers 13,277 7
for incident charges 2,417 14
to repay overcharges 0 7 6
to allowances on exportation 7 10 11¼
15,703 0
into the Exchequer according to Certificates:
Xmas quarter 1710 for the Civil List 51,373 9
ditto for the 3,700l. a week 48,100 0 0
Ladyday quarter 1711 for the Civil List 55,606 8 0
ditto for the 3,700l. a week 48,100 0 0
Midsummer quarter 1711 for the Civil List 60,015 10 0
ditto for the 3,700l. a week 48,100 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1711 for the Civil List 48,898 10 0
ditto for the 3,700l. a week 51,800 0 0
411,993 17
(total for the Civil List 215,893l. 17s. 1½d. and for the 3,700l. a week 196,100l.) 436,696 17 10¼
Balance in the Cashier's hands 0 0
£436,696 17 10½
The Exchequer for the Weekly sum of 3,700l. out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise.
Charge or Debtor.
Remains in cash at Mich. 1710 81,135 1
Weekly payments certified 25 Sept. 1710 to 1 Oct. 1711 (53 weeks vide supra) 196,100 0 0
£277,235 1
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
By paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer:
to sundry 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
To rewards to Officers viz.:
the Auditor of the Receipt 590 0 0
the Clerk of the Pells 280 0 0
the four Tellers 560 0 0
1,430 0 0
To the Bankers' Annuities redeemable by Parliament 41,775 0
194,945 16 4
Balance in Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. £ s. d.
1711 78,589 5
Balance in the hands of the Cashier of Excise 1 Oct. 1711 3,700 0 0
82,289 5
£277,235 1
The Exchequer for the Hereditary and Temporary Excise paid in for the Civil Government.
Charge or Debtor.
to Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 2,337 6 2
To payments certified to be made by the Cashier of Excise 25 Sept. 1710 to 1 Oct. 1711 (vide supra) 215,893 17
£218,231 3
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid at the Exchequer to the Civil List:
to Francis, Lord Ryalton, late Cofferer of the Household, upon Accompt 18,067 18
to Samuel Masham, who succeeded him, ditto 1,000 0 0
to John, Lord Fitzharding, Treasurer of the Chamber, ditto 4,912 1 1
to John Duke of Montague, Master of the Great Wardrobe, ditto 7,300 13
to the Robes by Henry Pigot, ditto 1,000 0 0
to Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the Works, ditto 4,775 9
to William Roberts, ditto at Windsor, ditto 600 0 0
to Foreign Ministers on their Ordinary and Extraordinary Allowances 10,282 18 2
to Fees and Salaries 43,120 11
to Pensions and Annuities 3,048 11 8
to Spencer Compton for the Queen's pensions, charities, etc. 14,993 19 6
to the Band of Pensioners by William Smith, Paymaster 2,500 0 0
to several as of the Royal Bounty 3,158 0 0
to the Duke of Queensberry, late Principal Secretary of State, for secret service 750 0 0
to William, Earl of Dartmouth, Principal Secretary of State, for ditto 1,500 0 0
to Henry St. John, ditto, for ditto 500 0 0
to William Lowndes for ditto 12,650 0 0
to Jewels or presents in lieu, to Foreign Ministers 1,861 0 0
to Samuel Smithin, her Majesty's Goldsmith, for plate 8,802 6 10½
to the Privy Purse by Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough 4,120 0 0
to ditto by Mrs. Abigail Masham 10,000 0 0
to Contingencies of diverso natures 13,631 0 1
to Robert Corker on accompt of the Tin Affair 39,965 10
to sundry services relating to Scotland 675 0 0
209,214 19 5
by cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 7,290 16 3
ditto in the hands of the Cashier of Excise 1 Oct. 1711 1,725 7
9,016 3 10½
£218,231 3
The 9d. per Barrel Excise for 16 years from 17 May 1697 [5 Wm. & Mary, c. 7, § 26].
Charge or Debtor.
Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 75,891 0 5
Receipts at the Exchequer: £ s. d.
Xmas quarter 1710 33,187 10
Ladyday quarter 1711 34,711 11 11
Midsummer quarter 1711 35,438 6
Michaelmas quarter 1711 32,395 2 2
135,732 10 8
£211,623 11 1
Memorandum: This Branch of the Excise is by an Act 4 Anne [4 & 5 Anne, c. 18] made part of the fond for Annuities purchased anno 1706 and continued for 95 years from the expiration of the above mentioned term, i.e., from 17 May 1713.
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid to] the Adventurers of the Million Lottery by the hands of Sir John Humble, paymaster 80,132 10
Memorandum. From and after Mich. 1710, all the lottery annuities being satisfied, the income is appropriated towards paying the Annuities purchased anno 1706.
By cash transferred to the Fond for Annuities purchased anno 1706 131,491 0
£211,623 11 1
The Hereditary 9d. per Barrel Excise commencing 17 May 1696.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 22,864 13 2
To Receipts:
Xmas quarter 1710 on accompt of the two sevenths 8,970 19 7
Ladyday quarter 1711 ditto 9,698 2 11½
Midsummer quarter 1711 ditto 9,923 8 5
Michaelmas quarter 1711 ditto 8,937 7
Xmas quarter 1710 on accompt of the five sevenths 22,427 9
Ladyday quarter 1711 ditto 24,245 8 4
Midsummer quarter 1711 ditto 24,808 11 11½
Michaelmas quarter 1711 ditto 22,343 9
131,354 18
(total on accompt of the two sevenths 37,529l. 18s. 5d. and on accompt of the five sevenths 93,824l. 19s. 7½d.)
£154,219 11
Discharge or Creditor.
Out of the five sevenths By [paid to] the Bank of England on 100,000l. per annum 94,996 15 0
Out of the two sevenths By Annuities for one, two and three lives 36,742 4
Ditto By rewards to Officers viz. the Auditor of the Receipt 150 0 0
36,892 4
131,888 19
Balance in cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711:
on the five sevenths 1,084 1
on the two sevenths 21,246 10
22,330 11 10
£154,219 11
The Additional 9d. per Barrel Excise for 99 years from 25 January 1692–3 [4 Wm. & Mary, c. 3].
Charge or Debtor.
Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 61,371 12 11
To Receipts:
Xmas quarter 1710 31,398 9
Ladyday quarter 1711 33,943 11 7
Midsummer quarter 1711 34,732 0 4
Michaelmas quarter 1711 31,280 16 11½
131,354 18 7
£192,726 11 6
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid to] several on Annuities at 14l. per cent. 123,511 12 6
more at 7 per cent. with the advantage of survivorship 7,486 3
130,997 15
By rewards to Officers:
the Auditor of the Receipt 500 0 0
the Clerk of the Pells 400 0 0
the four Tellers 300 0 0
Samuel Edwyn, Usher of the Receipt, for necessaries 455 17
1,655 17
By cash transferred to the Fond for paying 40,000l. per annum in annuities purchased anno 1708, being the overplus of this Branch computed on 24 June 1711 (as per accompt p. cxxiii) 2,140 17 3
Balance in Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 57,932 1
£192,726 11 6
Arrears of Sundry Branches of Excise long since determined.
Charge or Debtor.
To cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710:
Of one third double 9d. Excise 26 4
Of arrears of Hereditary and Temporary Excise 5 4 1
31 8
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid to] Thomas Newport, Executor to the Earl of Bradford, towards Debts in the Cofferer's Office 5 4 1
By cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 (of the one third double 9d. Excise) 26 4
£31 8
Arrears of the Duties on Malt, Mum, Cider and Perry on several Grants as under:
Charge or Debtor.
To Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710:
on the Grant 5 Anne, 23 June 1707 to 24 June 1708 pro anno 1707 244 12
on the Grant 6 Anne, 23 June 1708 to 24 June 1709 pro anno 1708 17 6 10½
on the Grant 7 Anne, 23 June 1709 to 24 June 1710 pro anno 1709 15,536 18 2
15,798 17 8
To Receipts for Arrears on the several Grants, 28 Sept. 1710–28 Sept. 1711, viz.:
on the Grant 13 Wm. III, 9 March 1701–2 to 24 June 1703 pro anno 1702:
£ s. d.
Midsummer quarter 1711 10 0 0
on the Grant 5 Anne, 23 June 1707 to 24 June 1708 pro anno 1707:
Xmas quarter 1710 108 7
Midsummer quarter 1711 39 3
147 10 10
on the Grant 7 Anne, 23 June 1709 to 24 June 1710 pro anno 1709:
Xmas quarter 1710 10,310 19 7
Ladyday quarter 1711 3,400 4 3
Midsummer quarter 1711 630 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1711 184 8 1
14,525 11 11
(total Receipts 14,683l. 2s. 9d.)
£30,482 0 5
Discharge or Creditor.
Malt 1702 By Interest of Loans on the 4th General Mortgage anno 1708 [6 Anne, c. 73] at 6 per cent. 10 0 0
Malt 1707 By [paid to] Robert Walpole, late Navy Treasurer, to aid the quota for Wear and Tear 1702, the quota for 1707 being completed 352 19 10
By Interest of Loans on the 4th General Mortgage as above 39 3
392 3
Malt 1708 By [paid to] Robert Walpole as above, the quota for 1708 being completed 17 6 10½
Malt 1709 By Principal repaid on the Registration for this Duty (21,652l. 13s. 6d.) and Interest at 6 per cent. (3,343l. 15s. 3d.) 24,996 8 9
By [paid to] Robert Walpole as above, the quota for 1709 being completed 3,080 16 10
28,077 5 7
28,496 15 11
By Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 of Duties on Malt 1709 1,985 4 6
£30,482 0 5
Memorandum: The several payments to the Navy and for Interest on the General Mortgage in aid of the Public Credit are out of what the Grants produced after all Loans thereupon and Interest were satisfied or the Deficiencies transferred to succeeding Grants.
8 Anne [c. 3] for the Year 1710.
The Duty on Malt, Mum, Cider and Perry continued by that Act 8 Anne [c. 3] from 23 June 1710 to 24 June 1711.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 257 16
To Receipts:
Xmas quarter 1710 11,956 0
Ladyday 1711 121,073 16 9
Midsummer 1711 186,409 8
Michaelmas 1711 171,153 5 3
490,592 10 3
£490,850 6 10½
Discharge or Creditor.
By Principal of Loans registered on Malt 1708 transferred to Malt 1710 224,645 9
Interest at 5 per cent. 16,977 0 11
241,622 9 11½
By Principal of Loans registered on Malt 1710 after the said transference 215,100 0 0
Interest at 6 per cent. 18,023 3 10
233,123 3 10
474,745 13
Balance in Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 16,104 13 1
£490,850 6 10½
9 Anne [c. 3] for the Year 1711.
The Like Duty on Malt, Mum, Cider and Perry continued from 23 June 1711 to 24 June 1712.
Charge or Debtor.
To Receipts in the Exchequer 23 June 1711 to 28 Sept. 1711 753 0 6
Discharge or Creditor.
Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 753 0 6
[By the Act 6 Anne, c. 2.]
The 36s. per Barrel Sweets granted 5 Anne [recte ut supra] for 99 years from 24 March 1706–7.
The Duties on Low Wines and Spirits of the First Extraction for 96 years from 23 June 1710.
The Duties on Hawkers, Pedlars and Petty Chapmen for 96 years from 23 June 1710.
The Duties on Vellome, Parchment and Paper for 96 years from 31 July 1710.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Receipts:
Xmas quarter 1710 on Sweets 294 18
Ladyday quarter 1711 do. 188 16
Midsummer quarter 1711 do. 25 12 7
Michaelmas quarter 1711 do. 239 3 5
748 10 7
Xmas quarter 1710 on Low Wines 7,238 2
Ladyday quarter 1711 do. 7,740 12 1
Midsummer quarter 1711 do. 8,115 18 0
Michaelmas quarter 1711 do. 6,970 17 6
30,065 9 10½
Ladyday quarter 1711 on Hawkers and Pedlars 525 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1711 do. 6,426 0 0
6,951 0 0
Xmas quarter 1710 on Stamp Duties 9,853 7
Ladyday quarter 1711 do. 10,061 12 0
Midsummer quarter 1711 do. 9,523 5 5
Michaelmas quarter 1711 do. 9,883 9
39,321 14 3
£77,086 14
Discharge or Creditor.
By cash transferred to the Fond for Annuities purchased anno 1707 77,086 14
The 12d. per Bushel on Salt Granted 7 & 8 Wm. III [c. 31] for Ever.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 7,085 12 8
To Receipts:
Xmas quarter 1710 15,159 9 0
Ladyday quarter 1711 8,576 19 4
Midsummer quarter 1711 5,899 11 2
Michaelmas quarter 1711 21,721 3
51,357 3
£58,442 15 11½
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid on Deficiencies provided for by an Act 1 Anne [c. 7] called the Second General Mortgage:
On the Register for Coals anno 1695 transferred to the Duties on Leather anno 1697 for Principal 200 0 0
ditto for Interest 6 12 1
On the Register for the First 3s. Aid anno 1697 for Principal 10,533 13 11½
ditto for Interest 252 12 2
On the Register for the Third Quarterly Poll granted anno 1698 for Principal 7,900 0 0
ditto for Interest 363 8 10
On the Register for the Third 3s. Aid granted anno 1699 for Principal 771 6
ditto for Interest 17 9 7
20,045 2 11
(total for Principal 19,405l. 0s. 3d., for Interest 640l. 2s. 8d.)
To Nehemiah Arnold, Paymaster of the Malt Lottery Tickets, for the year 1697 upon Accompt 13,613 18 4
Memorandum: By an Act 8 Anne [c. 14] for Continuing several Impositions etc., the Income of this Duty until 1 Aug. 1716 (all deficiencies under the Act 1 Anne [c. 7] being first satisfied) is appropriated towards paying Interest on Loans on the Impositions continued 8 Anne, commonly called the Sixth General Mortgage.
By Interest of Loans Registered on the Sixth General Mortgage for the Year 1710 at 6 per cent. 2,610 1 1
36,269 2 4
Memorandum. By the Act for the South Sea Trade 9 Anne [c. 15] these Duties, after all the moneys secured by the Act for deficiencies 1 Anne [c. 7] shall be paid off, are appropriated towards making the yearly Fond of 568,279l. 10s. payable to the Corporation, a saving nevertheless in respect of the Act for the Sixth General Mortgage, 8 Anne [c. 14], as to such of the Tallies and Orders Registered thereupon as shall not be subscribed into the joint stock of the said Corporation.
By Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 22,173 13
£58,442 15 11½
The 28d. per Bushel Salt from 25 Dec. 1699 for Ever [9 Wm. III, c. 44] with the Additional Stamp Duty from 1 Aug. 1698 [9 Wm. III, c. 25].
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 108 4 0
To Receipts:
Xmas quarter 1710 on the Salt Duties 35,372 1 1
Ladyday quarter 1711 ditto 19,617 8 1
Midsummer quarter 1711 ditto 13,636 17
Michaelmas quarter 1711 ditto 50,340 6 6
Xmas quarter 1710 on the Stamp Duties 10,466 6
Ladyday quarter 1711 ditto 10,688 4 8
Midsummer quarter 1711 ditto 10,034 14 3
Michaelmas quarter 1711 ditto 9,951 3
160,107 1 11½
(total on the Salt Duties 118,966l. 13s. 0½d. and on the Stamp Duties 41,140l. 8s. 11d.)
£160,215 5 11½
Discharge or Creditor.
By the English Company trading to India in a joint Stock on 160,000l. per annum 160,000 0 0
By Cash transferred to the Fond for Annuities purchased anno 1707 being the overplus of this Fond computed 29 Sept. 1710 108 4 0
Balance in Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 107 1 11½
£160,215 5 11½
Arrears of the Duties on Stamp, Vellome, Parchment and Paper continued by an Act 1 Anne [c. 7] from 31 July 1706 to 1 August 1710.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 200 0 0
To Receipts:
Xmas quarter 1710 460 10
Ladyday quarter 1711 543 7
Midsummer quarter 1711 2,435 11 0
Michaelmas quarter 1711 1,659 18
5,099 7
£5,299 7
Discharge or Creditor.
On the second Mortgage 1 Anne [c. 7]: By paid on the Register for Duties on Coals anno 1695, transferred to Duties on Leather anno 1697: for Principal 700 0 0
ditto: for Interest 405 1 0
For the first 3s. Aid Granted anno 1697: for Principal 300 0 0
ditto: for Interest 9 19 1
For the third Quarterly poll Granted anno 1698: for Principal 698 15 0
ditto: for Interest 38 12 3
For the 20l. per cent. Paper granted anno 1697: for Principal 400 0 0
ditto: for Interest 45 5 1
For the third 3s. Aid granted anno 1699: for Principal 111 8 10½
2,709 1
(total for Principal 2,210l. 3s. 10½d., for Interest 498l. 17s. 5d.)
To Nehemiah Arnold, Paymaster of the Malt Lottery Tickets anno 1697 upon Accompt 732 8
3,441 10 0
Balance in Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 1,857 17
5,299 7
8 Anne [c. 5].
The Duties on Candles granted for 5 years from 1 May 1710 with the Rates on Moneys given with Clerks and Apprentices for the same Term.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 1,451 18
To Receipts:
Xmas quarter 1710 for the duties on Candles 13,536 13 8
Ladyday quarter 1711 ditto 22,719 18 1
Midsummer quarter 1711 ditto 13,252 19 11
Michaelmas quarter 1711 ditto 4,517 14 0
Xmas quarter 1710 for the rates on Apprentices 515 5 5
Ladyday quarter 1711 ditto 636 4 11½
Midsummer quarter 1711 ditto 589 2
Michaelmas quarter 1711 ditto 807 7 6
on the part of Scotland in the week ended 12 January 1710–1 for the duties on Candles 577 0 9
57,152 6 11
(total for the duties on Candles 54,604l. 6s. 5d. and for the rates on Apprentices 2,548l. 0s. 6d.)
£58,604 5
Memorandum: In the Income of the Duty on Candles is included 12l. 6s. 10½d. paid into the Exchequer by the Receiver of Customs for the Duty on Candles Imported.
Discharge or Creditor.
By Principal repaid in part of a Credit for 500,000l. 46,200 0 0
Interest at 6 per cent. 11,793 8 1
57,993 8 1
Balance in Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 610 17
£58,604 5
9 Anne [c. 12 and c. 16].
The Duties on Hides and Skins Tanned, Tawed or Dressed and on Vellome and Parchment for 32 years from 24 June 1711 [9 Anne, c. 12].
Stamp Duties on Customs Debentures, Bills of Lading, Almanacks and Licences for Retailing Wine and Selling Ale for 32 years from 1 Aug. 1711 [9 Anne, c. 16].
The Duty of 6d. per pack on Cards and 5s. a pair on Dice for 32 years from 11 June 1711 [9 Anne, c. 16].
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash for the Neat Produce of these Duties to 28 Sept. 1711.
for the Duties on Hides per the Commissioners for the purpose 12,188 9 10½
for the Stamp Duties etc. per the Commissioners of the Stamp Duties 717 10 0
12,905 19 10½
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid Christopher Rhodes, Secretary to the Managers of the Adventure for 2,000,000l. anno 1711, towards defraying the incidental expenses attending the same 285 14
Balance in Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 12,620 5 7
£12,905 19 10½
9 Anne [c. 13].
The Duties on Hops granted for four years from 1 June 1711, viz. 3d. per lb. on Foreign, 1d. per lb. on British hops.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash for the Neat Produce of these Duties to 28 Sept. 1711:
1 to 29 June 1711 1,845 19 5
29 June to 28 Sept. 1711 4,187 13 7
6,033 13 0
Memorandum: Stock in hand on 1 June 1711 is subject to these Duties.
Discharge or Creditor.
By Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 6,033 13 0
BRANCH ANALYSIS: POST OFFICE
The Revenue of the Post Office.
Charge or Debtor.
Remains in the hands of Stephen Lilly, Receiver, 25 Sept. 1710 108 9 4
Receipts per ditto for the Gross Produce of this Revenue 25 Sept. 1710 to 30 Sept. 1711:
(1) on the Grant subsisting to 1 June 1711: £ s. d.
Xmas quarter 1710 28,009 7 10
Ladyday quarter 1711 30,890 0 11
Midsummer quarter 1711 22,970 15 8
Michaelmas quarter 1711 10,691 1 6
92,561 5 11
(2) on the new and additional rates by an Act 9 Anne [c. 11] after 1 June 1711:
Midsummer quarter 1711 4,259 8 11
Michaelmas quarter 1711 20,112 19 3
(total Gross Receipts 116,933l. 14s. 1d.) 24,372 8 2
£117,042 3 5
To gross Receipts as above 116,933 14 1
[Less] Paid on account of Management 46,996 2 6
Rest neat 69,937 11 7
Memorandum: A weekly sum of 700l. out of the new Duties is appropriated for the Publique Service of the year 1711 for 32 years from 29 Sept. 1711 [9 Anne, c. 11, § 36]. Also from 1 June 1711 one third of the surplus of the yearly produce (over and above 111,461l. 17s. 10d. and the said weekly sum of 700l.) is to be reserved for the disposal of Parliament as by the Act 9 Anne [c. 11, § 43].
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d.
By paid by the Receiver General of this Revenue for the uses following according to the weekly Certificates:
for accompt of the Civil List:
*to the Dukes of Northumberland and Grafton on 4,700l. p.a. 5,875 0 0
*to Duke Schonburgh [Schomberg] on 4,000l. p.a. 4,000 0 0
more on another annuity on 1,000l. p.a. 750 0 0
*to the Duke of Leeds on 3,500l. p.a. 3,500 0 0
*to the Duke of Marlborough on 5,000l. p.a. 5,000 0 0
to the Duke of Queensberry and Dover on 3,000l. p.a. 2,250 0 0
*to the Earl of Rochester on 4,000l. p.a. 4,000 0 0
to the Earl of Seafeild on 3,000l. p.a. 2,250 0 0
to the Earl of Marr on 3,000l. p.a. 2,250 0 0
to the Earl of Pembroke on 3,000l. p.a. 2,250 0 0
to William Lord Cowper, late Lord Chancellor of Great Britain, in full on 4,000l. p.a. 997 5 0
to Sir Simon Harcourt, now Lord Harcourt and Lord Keeper, on 4,000l. p.a. 1,745 4 0
to Lieut. Generall Webb on 1,000l. p.a. 250 0 0
to William Brockett on 400l. p.a. 300 0 0
to the widow of Dr. Titus Oates on 300l. p.a. 225 0 0
to the widow of Dr. Samuel Johnson on 300l. p.a. 225 0 0
to Charles Osborne on 200l. p.a. 150 0 0
to the University of Edinburgh on 210l. p.a. 210 0 0
to the University of Glasgow on 210l. p.a. 210 0 0
to the Duke of Argyle on 3,000l. p.a. 1,500 0 0
to Col. John Hill on 1,000l. p.a. 1,000 0 0
38,937 9 0
for accompt of management:
for salaries and wages to Officers 9,413 3 1
for incidents 3,681 14 7
for letters returned 303 12 5
for charge of packet boats 33,597 12 5
46,996 2 6
into the Exchequer according to Certificates:
Xmas quarter 1710 1,000 0 0
Ladyday quarter 1711 4,967 1 3
Midsummer quarter 1711 6,700 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1711 18,100 0 0
30,767 1 3
116,700 12 9
Memoranda: (1) The Exchequer is made debtor for these payments by a particular accompt (as immediately below).
(2) The new Duties are made liable to the payment of such of the above Annuities as are marked *.
Balance in the Receiver's hands 30 Sept. 1711 341 10 8
£117,042 3 5
The Exchequer for the Revenue of the Post Office paid in there for the Civil Government.
Charge or Debtor.
To the sum total of payments according to the Receiver General's certificates 25 Sept. 1710 to 30 Sept. 1711 30,767 1 3
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer: £ s. d.
for the Civil List:
to Samuel Masham, Cofferer of the Household, upon Accompt 1,000 0 0
to John Lord Fitzharding, Treasurer of the Chamber, ditto 2,467 1 3
to Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the Works, ditto 1,000 0 0
to Fees and Salaries 1,026 13 11½
to Pensions and Annuities 285 2 6
to Spencer Compton for charities &c. authorised by the Queen 3,453 15 8
to Bounties 1,000 0 0
to Henry St. John, Principal Secretary of State, for secret service 1,000 0 0
to William Lowndes for ditto 1,000 0 0
to the Privy Purse per Mrs. Abigail Masham 2,000 0 0
to Samuel Smithin, the Queen's Goldsmith, for plate 1,128 4 8
to Contingencies of diverse natures 500 0 0
to Robert Corker on accompt of the Tin Affair 5,500 0 0
21,360 18
By Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 5,906 3
Do. in the hands of the Receiver General 30 Sept. 1711 3,500 0 0
9,406 3
£30,767 1 3
Arrears of the Revenues of the Post Office before the late King's death.
Charge or Debtor.
To money received at the Exchequer in the week ended 31 March 1711 70 8 0
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid to] Thomas Newport to Earl of Bradford for arrears in the Office of Cofferer 70 8 0
BRANCH ANALYSIS: MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES.
The Duty ofper cent. from Barbados and the Leeward Islands.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To money received at the Exchequer 28 Sept 1710 to 28 Sept. 1711:
Xmas quarter 1710 2,976 5 0
Midsummer quarter 1711 4,998 15 0
7,975 0 0
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid to] the Earl of Kinoul on 1,000l. p.a. in perpetuity 5,250 0 0
ditto Mitford Crow as Governor of Barbados on his allowances 126 13
ditto Daniel Park, late Governor of the Leeward Islands, ditto 600 0 0
ditto John Yeoman, Lieut. Governor of Antegoa, ditto 350 0 0
ditto Anthony Hodges, late Lieut. Governor of the Island of Montferrat, ditto 150 0 0
ditto John Pearne, the present Lieut. Governor, ditto 180 2 0
ditto Michael Lambert, Lieut. Governor of the Island of St. Christopher's, ditto 945 13 9
ditto Walter Hamilton, Lieut. Governor of the Island Nevis 174 14 6
7,777 3
Balance in Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 197 16
£7,975 0 0
Coinage Duty for the Mint, being 10s. per Ton on Wines Imported.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 351 9
To Receipts:
Xmas quarter 1710 3,626 14
Ladyday quarter 1711 1,354 1
Midsummer quarter 1711 2,505 6 11½
7,486 2
£7,837 11 9
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid to] Sir Isaac Newton, Master and Worker of the Mint, upon Accompt 7,125 17 8
ditto Robert Weddel for charges in prosecuting counterfeiters 360 5
7,486 2
Balance in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 351 9
£7,837 11 9
Revenue by Licensing Hackney Coaches granted for 21 years from Midsummer 1694 [5 & 6 Wm. & Mary, c. 22].
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 806 17
To Receipts:
Ladyday quarter 1711 300 0 0
Midsummer quarter 1711 400 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1711 996 15 3
1,696 15 3
£2,503 12
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid to] Prince Charles of Denmark in lieu of his pretensions to the Bishopric of Eutin 710 17
By Interest of Loans on the Fourth General Mortgage anno 1708 [6 Anne, c. 73] at 6 per cent. to aid the Publique Credit 796 0 1
1,506 17
Balance in Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 996 15 3
£2,503 12
The Fonds granted 7 & 8 Wm. III [8 & 9 Wm. III, c. 6] for cancelling Exchequer Bills issued anno 1697.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 0 10 0
To Receipts 28 Sept 1710 to 28 Sept. 1711:
on the Capitation Subsidy 11 17 8
on the Additional Tonnage and Poundage 1,287 17
1,299 14 10¼
£1,300 4 10¼
Discharge or Creditor.
By Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711:
of Capitation Subsidies 12 7 8
of Additional Tonnage and Poundage 1,287 17
£1,300 4 10¼
Arrears of the 20l. per cent. on Paper granted for two years from 20 May 1696 [8 & 9 Wm. III, c. 7].
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 3 3 10
Discharge or Creditor.
On the Deficiencies provided for by 1 Anne [c. 7].
By Interest of Loans Registered on these Duties 3 3 10
Arrears of the Duties on Marriages, Births etc. granted 8 & 9 Wm. III [c. 20] from 1 May 1700 to 1 Aug. 1706.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash in the Exchequer 20 Sept. 1710 139 3 6
To Receipts:
Ladyday quarter 1711 478 17 7
Midsummer quarter 1711 27 2 0
Michaelmas quarter 1711 21 11 0
527 10 7
£666 14 1
Discharge or Creditor.
By Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 666 14 1
Small Branches and Casual Revenues.
Charge or Debtor.
To Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 on the following:
Tenths of the Clergy 44 4
Seizures 419 6
Sale of Tin 2,278 17 5
Rents of the Savoy Hospitall 2,409 10 8
Captors' Share of Prizes 6,000 0 0
Balance of Sir Edward Seymour's Navy Account 1,390 0
Chandlers' Forfeitures 0 10 9
12,542 10
To Money arisen by Small Branches and Casualties, between 28 Sept. 1710 and 28 Sept. 1711 viz.:
First Fruits (whereof by tallies of Assignment 3,000l.) 4,262 10 8
Tenths of the Clergy (whereof ditto 5,675l.) 6,574 10 4
Fines on Alienations (whereof ditto 750l.) 1,650 0 0
Revenue of Wine Licences 1,900 0 0
Sheriffs' Proffers 1,171 3 8
Compositions 10 2 4
Seizures: for accompt of the late King's debts 10 3 2
Ditto: for other uses 12,888 18 7
Land Revenue to wit Fines [of] Leases 495 17 10
Rents and other Incomes out of Lands to the Crown 605 11 2
As also for the Value of Timber delivered the Navy per the Surveyor of the Queen's Woods Trent South in this year as by Certificate 6,986 14 0
Rents on Grants of Light Houses etc. 36 13 4
Fines and forfeitures (whereof 300l. Lord Griffin's forfeitures) for accompt of the late King's debts 10 0 0
Ditto: for other uses 300 0 0
Profits of the Hanaper (whereof by Tallies of assignment 27l. 4s. 7d.) 27 4 7
Sale of the Queen's Tin 78,026 0 0
Rents belonging to the Savoy Hospitall 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 the Old Exchequer Bills 138 14 2
Ditto per Thomas Kennedy 589 1 6
A Free Gift towards discharging publique debts 10 0 0
116,238 8 5
(total for the late King's debts 20l. 3s. 2d., total for other uses 116,218l. 5s. 3d., whereof total by tallies of assignment 9,452l. 4s. 7d.)
£128,780 18
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid to Several Uses and Services following viz.:
to the Queen's Civil List:
to Lord Ryalton, Cofferer: out of Seizures 3,890 13 11½
out of Proffers 424 15 8
out of Compositions 3 0 0
out of Fines [of] Leases 250 17 10
out of Wine Licences 1,200 0 0
5,769 7
to the Treasurer of the Chamber: out of Seizures 626 16
to William Roberts, Paymaster of the Works at Windsor: ditto 364 15
to Foreign Ministers: ditto 440 0 0
to Fees and Salaries: out of Alienations 400 0 0
out of Seizures 2,058 15
out of Proffers 192 6 8
out of Compositions 1 0 0
out of Rents on Grants 10 0 0
out of Land Revenue 0 3 4
out of Fines [of] Leases 120 0 0
out of Hanaper profits 27 4 7
2,809 9
to Pensions and Annuities: out of First Fruits 3,000 0 0
out of Tenths 5,675 0 0
out of Alienations 750 0 0
out of Seizures 442 12 6
out of Proffers 130 14 4
out of Rents on Grants 10 0 0
out of Fines [of] Leases 15 0 0
10,023 6 10
to Spencer Compton for Charities etc.:
out of Seizures 1,179 13 8
out of Proffers 148 18 6
out of Compositions 3 0 0
out of Rents on Grants 10 0 0
out of Fines [of] Leases 110 0 0
out of Wine Licences 700 0 0
out of Land Revenue 605 7 10
2,757 0 0
to Bounties: out of Seizures 996 0 10
out of Proffers 47 8 2
out of Compositions 0 9 0
out of Lord Griffin's forfeitures 300 0 0
1,343 18 0
to William Lowndes for Secret service:
out of Seizures 200 0 0
out of Proffers 103 2 8
303 2 8
to the Privy Purse per Duchess of Marlborough: out of Seizures 330 0 0
out of Proffers 4 0 0
out of Compositions 2 13 4
336 13 4
to her Majesty's Goldsmith for Plate:
out of Seizures 171 15 4
to Jewels or presents in lieu of Jewels:
out of Seizures 570 0 0
out of Proffers 67 0 0
637 0 0
to Contingencies: out of Seizures 1,584 5
out of Proffers 52 17 8
out of Rents on Grants 6 13 4
1,643 16
to Services relating to Scotland: out of Seizures 45 0 0
for accompt of the late King's debts out of the Queen's Civil List:
to Dr. Boucher, professor at Oxford, on his pension: out of Seizures 100 0 0
total to the Queen's Civil List 27,372 1
for publique services and otherwise:
to the Navy for Wear and Tear anno 1711 being the value of timber delivered out of her Majesty's forests this year 6,986 14 0
to Edward Barker, Treasurer for the Queen's Bounty for augmenting Poor Livings: out of First Fruits 1,088 10 11
out of Tenths 364 15 10
1,453 6 9
to loans on Tin; principal repaid:
out of Tin 65,918 9
Interest: out of ditto 12,405 19 0
78,324 8
to Interest of Loans on the Duties on Candles: out of Chandlers' forfeitures 0 10 9
to Interest of Loans on the Fourth General Mortgage anno 1708 to aid Publique Credit [6 Anne, c. 73]:
out of Hall's imprest repaid 205 3 1
ditto: imprest repaid per Trustees 138 14 2
ditto: free gifts towards Publique Debts 10 0 0
353 17 3
to Prince Charles of Denmark on his Grant in lieu of pretensions to the Bishopric of Eutin: out of Seymour's balance 1,390 0
for the late King's debts out of Arrears of his Revenue:
for debts in the Cofferer's Office per the hands of Thomas Newport:
out of seizures 10 3 2
fines and forfeitures 10 0 0
20 3 2
115,901 2
Balance in Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711:
on First Fruits 173 19 9
on Tenths 578 19
on Alienations 500 0 0
on Seizures 307 16
on Sale of Tin 1,980 8 11½
on Rents of Savoy Hospital 2,749 10 8
on Captors' share of Prizes 6,000 0 0
on imprest repaid per Thomas Kenneday 589 1 6
12,879 16
£128,780 18
The Duty on Houses for Windows granted 1 Anne [c. 7] from 31 July 1706 to 1 Aug. 1710.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
to Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 8,241 12 7
to Receipts:
Xmas quarter 1710 27,887 1
Ladyday quarter 1711 6,414 19 0
Midsummer quarter 1711 1,974 17 3
Michaelmas quarter 1711 562 18 2
36,839 15
£45,081 8
Discharge or Creditor.
on the Second General Mortgage 1 Anne [c. 7]:
Bypaid on the Register for Coals anno 1695 Transferred to Leather anno 1697:
for Principal 500 0 0
ditto: for Interest 19 2 4
for the 20l. per cent. on paper for taking in wrought plate: for Principal 200 0 0
ditto: for Interest 10 12 7
for the First 3s. Aid anno 1697: for Principal 11,226 4 7
ditto: for Interest 895 1 4
for the Third Quarterly Poll anno 1698:
for Principal 3,500 0 0
ditto: for Interest 129 14 5
for the Third 3s. Aid anno 1699: for Principal 500 0 0
ditto: for Interest 13 7 0
16,994 2 3
(total for Principal 15,926l. 4s. 7d. and for Interest 1,067l. 17s. 8d.)
to Nehemiah Arnold, Paymaster of the Malt Lottery tickets, upon Accompt 27,524 7
44,518 9 11½
Balance in Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 562 18 2
£45,081 8
The Duties on Houses for Windows continued by an Act, 5 Anne [6 Anne, c. 21] from 31 July 1710 for Ever.
Charge or Debtor.
to Receipts at the Exchequer: £ s. d.
Xmas quarter 1710 11,154 18 5
Ladyday quarter 1711 8,203 5 7
Midsummer quarter 1711 11,749 14 11½
Michaelmas quarter 1711 24,727 15 11
55,835 14 10½
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d.
By [paid to] the Bank of England 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 50,000 0 0
By [paid to] Samuel Edwyn, Usher of the Exchequer, for charges in respect of the said Bills 553 3 11¾
50,553 3 11¾
Balance in Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 5,282 10 10¾
£55,835 14 10½
BRANCH ANALYSIS: AIDS AND TAXES.
Arrears of diverse Aids and Taxes Granted by Parliament.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
In cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 viz.:
on the Fourth 4s. Aid anno 1696 1 10 0
on two thirds of the Fourth 3s. Aid anno 1701 465 14
on the Fifth 4s. Aid and Subsidy anno 1702 63 8 0
on the Sixth 4s. Aid anno 1703 8 0 0
on the Seventh 4s. Aid anno 1704 49 10 5
on the Eighth 4s. Aid anno 1705 55 19 2
on the Ninth 4s. Aid anno 1706 906 17
on the Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 152 6
on the Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708 1,842 4
and on the Twelfth 4s. Aid anno 1709 15,786 8
19,331 17 11¼
To Receipts at the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 to 28 Sept. 1711 viz.:
First 4s. Aid anno 1693 (Xmas quarter 1710–93l. 11s. 11d., Midsummer quarter 1711–114l. 6s. 8d.) 207 18 7
Fourth 4s. Aid anno 1696 (Ladyday quarter 1711) 1 5 6
First 3s. Aid anno 1697 (Ladyday quarter 1711–6l. 12s. 0d., Michaelmas quarter 1711–12l. 0s. 0d.) 18 12 0
Second Quarterly Poll anno 1694 (Ladyday quarter 1711) 0 2 0
Additional Aid of 12d. per £1 anno 1697 (Michaelmas quarter 1711) 2 14 0
Third Quarterly Poll anno 1698 (Ladyday quarter 1711) 1 5 0
Third 3s. Aid anno 1699 (Xmas quarter 1710) 403 10 5
Second 2s. Aid anno 1700 (Xmas quarter 1710) 299 9 5
Fifth 4s. Aid and Subsidies anno 1702 (Midsummer quarter 1711) 0 5 0
Subsidies anno 1703 (Michaelmas quarter 1711) 12 13 4
Seventh 4s. Aid anno 1704 (Midsummer quarter 1711) 15 0 0
Eighth 4s. Aid anno 1705 (Xmas quarter 1710–5l. 11s. 6d.; Midsummer quarter 1711–189l. 0s. 0d.) 194 11 6
Ninth 4s. Aid anno 1706 (Xmas quarter 1710–317l. 7s. 3d.; Ladyday quarter 1711–554l. 1s. 7d.; Midsummer quarter 1711–38l. 6s. 9½d.) 909 15
Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 (Xmas quarter 1710–884l. 16s. 2d.; Ladyday quarter 1711–397l. 18s. 4d.; Midsummer quarter 1711–916l. 3s. 4½d.; Michaelmas quarter 1711–23l. 13s. 9d.) 2,222 11
Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708 (Xmas quarter 1710–13,677l. 2s. 0½d.; Lady day quarter 1711–8,118l. 14s. 10½d.; Midsummer quarter 1711–10,241l. 9s. 8d.; Michaelmas quarter 1711–635l. 10s. 1d.) 32,672 16 8
More on the part of Scotland (Xmas quarter 1710–807l. 19s. 8d.; Michaelmas quarter 1711–44l. 16s. 11d.) 852 16 7
Twelfth 4s. Aid anno 1709 (Xmas quarter 1710–125,028l. 18s. 9d.; Ladyday quarter 1711–29,326l. 17s. 11d.; Midsummer quarter 1711–16,449l. 15s. 3½d.; Michaelmas quarter 1711–14,112l. 14s. 2d.) 184,918 6
More on the part of Scotland (Xmas quarter 1710–7,480l. 0s. 0d.; Midsummer quarter 1711–1,646l. 11s. 5d.; Michaelmas quarter 1711–786l. 1s. 1d.) 9,912 12 6
232,646 5 10½
(Total Xmas quarter 1710–148,998l. 7s. 1½d.; Ladyday quarter 1711–38,406l. 17s. 2½d.; Midsummer quarter 1711–29,610l. 18s. 2½d.; Michaelmas quarter 1711–15,630l. 3s. 4d.)
£251,978 3
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid out of the First 4s. Aid anno 1693; to James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces upon Accompt 93 11 11
do.: Interest of Loans on the Fourth General Mortgage [6 Anne, c. 73] 114 6 8
207 18 7
ditto the Second Quarterly Poll anno 1694:
to James Brydges as above 0 2 0
ditto the Fourth 4s. Aid anno 1696; to ditto 2 15 6
ditto the First 3s. Aid anno 1697; to Interest of Loans on that Register 6 12 0
ditto the Third Quarterly Poll anno 1698; to Interest of Loans on that Register 1 5 0
ditto the Third 3s. Aid anno 1699; to Principal of Loans registered on that Aid 403 10 5
ditto Second 2s. Aid, anno 1700; to James Brydges as above 299 9 5
ditto two thirds of the Fourth 3s. Aid, anno 1701; to ditto 313 9 2
ditto ditto; to interest of Loans on the Fourth General Mortgage anno 1708 152 5
465 14
ditto the Fifth 4s. Aid and Subsidies anno 1702; to Robert Walpole towards the quota for Wear and Tear anno 1702 63 8 0
ditto ditto; to interest of Loans on the Fourth General Mortgage 0 5 0
63 13 0
ditto the Sixth 4s. Aid anno 1703: to John How, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons upon accompt 8 0 0
ditto the Seventh 4s. Aid anno 1704: to ditto 49 10 5
ditto ditto: to interest of loans on the Fourth General Mortgage 15 0 0
64 10 5
ditto the Eighth 4s. Aid anno 1705: to John How as above 61 10 8
ditto ditto: to interest of Loans on the Fourth General Mortgage 189 0 0
250 10 8
ditto the Ninth 4s. Aid anno 1706: to John How as above 1,475 15 11½
ditto ditto: to interest of loans on the Ninth 4s. Aid 302 10 0
ditto ditto: to ditto on the Fourth General Mortgage 38 6
1,816 12 9
ditto the Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707: to interest of loans on the Tenth 4s. Aid 300 0 0
ditto ditto: to ditto on the Fourth General Mortgage 397 6 10½
697 6 10½
ditto the Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708: to Principal of loans registered on this Aid 12,421 8
ditto ditto: to Interest of ditto 337 17 10
ditto ditto: to Robert Walpole to aid the quota for wages anno 1702–8,000l. 0s. 0d. and to Wear and Tear anno 1702–2,686l. 14s. 10d.: in both 10,686 14 10
ditto ditto: to interest of Loans on the Fourth General Mortgage 3,613 2 4
ditto ditto: ditto on the Fifth General Mortgage anno 1709 [7 Anne, c. 31] 5,881 18 9
32,941 2
on the Twelfth 4s. Aid anno 1709: to principal of loans registered on this Aid 195,455 13 7
ditto ditto: to interest of ditto 11,410 2 8
206,865 16 3
244,094 19
Balance in Cash in the Exchequer, Sept. 1711 viz.:
on the First 3s. Aid anno 1697 12 0 0
on the Additional Aid of 12d. anno 1697 2 14 0
on the Subsidies anno 1703 12 13 4
on the Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 1,677 10 10¼
on the eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708 2,426 15 7
on the twelfth 4s. Aid anno 1709 3,751 10 7
7,883 4
£251,978 3
Memorandum: So much as is supplied by these Aids to the Navy and to pay interest on the General Mortgage was out of Income thereof after all Loans thereupon and interest were satisfied or that the said Loans in case of deficiency were made good by being transferred to other Aids.
For the year 1710, 8 Anne [c. 1].
The Thirteenth 4s. Aid granted for one Year from 25 March 1710.
Charge or Debtor.
to Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 6,737 10 11
to Receipts:
Xmas quarter 1710 on the part £ s. d.
of England 408,303 5
Ladyday quarter 1711 ditto 419,874 3 6
Midsummer quarter 1711 ditto 558,663 5 6
Michaelmas quarter 1711 ditto 201,865 18
Ladyday quarter 1711 on the part of Scotland 7,400 0 0
Midsummer quarter 1711 ditto 2,500 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1711 ditto 11,700 0 0
1,610,306 12 8
(total on the part of England 1,588,706l. 12s. 8d.; on the part of Scotland 21,600l.)
£1,617,044 3 7
Discharge or Creditor.
By principal repaid on the Register for this Aid 1,511,461 11 7
by interest repaid at 6 per cent. 89,566 4 1
1,601,027 15 8
Balance in Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 16,016 7 11
£1,617,044 3 7
For the Year 1711, 9 Anne [c. 1].
The Fourteenth 4s. Aid Granted for One Year from 25 March 1711.
Charge or Debtor.
To Receipts at the Exchequer 6 July 1711 to 28 Sept. 1711 on the part of England 187,743 9 11
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid on Sundry Deficiencies made good by being transferred to this Aid viz.:
on the Ninth 4s. Aid pro anno 1706: interest at 5 per cent.: £ s. d.
for Principal 36,167 12 10
for Interest 3,702 12 10
on the Tenth 4s. Aid pro anno 1707:
interest at 5 per cent.:
for Principal 58,283 12 6
for Interest 2,719 1 1
on the Eleventh 4s. Aid pro anno 1708:
interest at 5 per cent.:
for Principal 36,584 4
for Interest 2,460 10 3
(total for Principal 131,035l. 9s. 9½d. and for Interest 8,882l. 4s. 2d.)
By paid on the Register for the Fourteenth 4s. Aid after Transference at 6 per cent.:
for Principal 14,000 0 0
for Interest 18,246 16 10
172,164 10
Balance in Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 15,578 19
£187,743 9 11
BRANCH ANALYSIS: LOANS.
Loans on Credit of the Moneys arising by sale of Her Majesty's Tin.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Loans in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 12,333 14 8
To Loans made there from 28 Sept. 1710 to 28 Sept. 1711:
Xmas quarter 1710 73,129 13
Ladyday quarter 1711 13,847 18
Midsummer quarter 1711 22,472 17 0
Michaelmas quarter 1711 8,150 0 0
117,600 8
129,934 3
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer to the Several Uses and Services following, viz.:
for the Queen's Civil List.
to Francis, Lord Ryalton, late Cofferer of the Household upon Accompt 26,322 11 6
to John, Lord Fitzharding, Treasurer of the Chamber, upon Accompt 5,599 19
to the Duke of Montague, Master of the Great Wardrobe, upon Accompt 500 0 0
to Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the Works, upon Accompt 5,966 12 7
to William Roberts, Paymaster of the Works at Windsor, upon Accompt 665 14 1
to Foreign Ministers, on their Ordinary and Extraordinary Allowances 3,661 7 0
to Fees and Salaries 12,892 17
to Pensions and Annuities 6,250 0 0
to Spencer Compton for Pensions, Charities and other payments authorised by her Majesty 3,326 14 2
to Henry Boyle late Principal Secretary of State, on his allowance for Secret Service 2,559 15 8
to the Duke of Queensberry, late ditto, for the like 3,000 0 0
to Contingencies of divers natures 18,904 1
to Jewels or presents in lieu to Foreign Ministers 400 0 0
to Robert Corker, on accompt of the Tin Affair 30,984 9 11¼
to Charles, Lord Cornwallis, by way of Loan, the repayment secured by a mortgage of his interest in the Aulnage Duties in Ireland 3,000 0 0
for accompt of the late King's debts out of the Queen's Civil List Money:
to Sir Phillip Meadows, arrears of his salary as Commissioner for Trade 250 0 0
to Samuel Travers, arrears of his allowance as Surveyor General 350 0 0
to the executors of Francis Mansell, an Instrument in King Charles II's escape—arrears of pension 200 0 0
to the executors of Col. Gifford, the like 300 0 0
125,134 3
for accompt of Publique Services.
to Sir John Humble, paymaster of the Lottery for 1,500,000l. anno 1710 to defray sundry incident expenses attending the same, her Majesty to be reimbursed out of the surplus of the Lottery Fond when it arises 4,800 0 0
£129,934 3
The Governors and Company of the Bank of England.
Charge or Debtor.
To the residue of 1,623,337l. 18s. 1½d. issued in Exchequer Bills on the Act 5 Anne which were to be delivered up by the Order of the Bank that stood out uncancelled 28 Sept. 1710 4,000 0 0
Memorandum: The Bank in lieu of these Bills and the Interest thereof to Michaelmas 1710 making together 1,775,027l. 17s. 10½d. have an annuity from Michaelmas 1710 of 106,501l. 13s. 5d. per annum out of the Houses money redeemable by Parliament.
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d.
By Bills standing out uncancelled 28 Sept. 1711 4,000 0 0
For the year 1709–7 Anne [c. 30].
The Tellers of Exchequer for Exchequer Bills made forth in pursuance of the Act for Enlarging the Capital Stock of the Bank of England.
Charge or Debtor.
To Bills made forth and delivered by the Auditor of the Receipt to the said Tellers: Xmas quarter 1710 37,800 0 0
ditto Ladyday quarter 1711 38,000 0 0
ditto Midsummer quarter 1711 28,300 0 0
ditto Michaelmas quarter 1711 33,600 0 0
£137,700 0 0
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid to] the Governor and Company of the Bank of England on the Allowance of 3 per cent. per annum on the whole sum issued in Exchequer Bills for Circulation 92,700 0 0
By [paid to] Lionel Herne and Samuel Edwards upon Accompt for reimbursing the Tellers of the Exchequer the Interest allowed by them on all the Exchequer Bills paid in at the rate of 2d. per cent. per diem so as to be reissued thence clear of interest 45,000 0 0
£137,700 0 0
Memorandum: Mr. Herne and Mr. Edwards are made Debtors by a particular Accompt for these Bills [p. cxvi] whereby the sum allowed for Interest appears. Also the like Exchequer Bills will continue to be issued to pay the said premium to the Bank and to reimburse the said Interest, until the Fonds for cancelling these Bills take place from which nothing is expected to arise till after 7 March 1711.
For the Year 1709–7 Anne [c. 31].
Loans on the Act for continuing several Impositions and Duties from 31 July 1714 to 1 Aug. 1716 called the Fifth General Mortgage.
Charge or Debtor.
Loans in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 to pay Interest 343 9 6
Discharge or Creditor.
By Interest at 6 per cent. for Loans on the Continued Duties 343 9 6
Memorandum: The provision for Interest till the Fonds commence is by taking in further Loans on the said Fonds to pay the same.
For the Year 1710–8 Anne [c. 1].
Loans on the Thirteenth 4s. Aid Granted for One Year from 25 March 1710.
Charge or Debtor.
To loans in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 905 0 0
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d.
By [paid to] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces, for accompt of the Troops of Augmentation 274 10 0
for accompt of the Forces in Spain and Portugal 630 10 0
£905 0 0
For the Year 1710–8 Anne [c. 12].
Contributions on the Act for Sale of Annuities at 9 per cent. per Annum for 32 years from 29 Sept. 1710.
Charge or Debtor.
to cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 50 0 0
to sums advanced there for the purchase of these Annuities between Michaelmas 1710 and 1 Nov. 1710 74,995 2
£75,045 2
£ s. d.
Advanced before 824,979 17
and now 74,995 2
In all 899,975 0 1
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid to] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces, for accompt of the Troops of Augmentation 26,315 7
for accompt of the Forces in Spain and Portugal 41,607 7
for accompt of subsidies viz., to the King or Prussia: Agio, Bread and Forage for his troops 4,522 8 3
72,445 2
By [paid to] William Clayton upon Accompt for Interest to the Contributors at the rate of 8 per cent. per annum for their prompt payments till 29 Sept. 1710 2,600 0 0
£75,045 2
For the year 1710–8 Anne [c. 5].
Loans on the Duties on Candles and rates on moneys given with Clerks and Apprentices. granted for five years from 1 May 1710.
Charge or Debtor.
To Loans remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 5,095 11
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid to] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces, for Accompt of the Forces in Spain and Portugal 5,095 11
For the Year 1711–9 Anne [c. 1].
Loans on the Fourteenth 4s. Aid granted for one year from 25 March 1711.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To loans made at the Exchequer in money:
Xmas quarter 1710 271,399 8 4
Ladyday quarter 1711 112,928 19 6
Midsummer quarter 1711 958 8 10
Michaelmas quarter 1711 55,720 0 0
441,006 16 8
do. by levying tallies:
Xmas quarter 1710 415,083 6 8
Ladyday quarter 1711 807,523 7
Michaelmas quarter 1711 79,500 19 2
1,302,107 13
£1,743,114 10
Memorandum. Deficiencies on former Land Taxes on 21 Dec. 1710 with the Interest thereof, are made good by being transferred to the Register for Loans on this Land Tax viz.
in loans on the Ninth 4s. Aid anno 1706 besides Interest 38,917 12 10
in loans on the Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 ditto 59,083 12 6
in loans on the Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708 ditto 38,884 4
136,885 9
And by the Act so much more to be borrowed at 6 per cent. Interest as together with the transferences shall not exceed 1,880,000l. 0s. 0d. To add the loans taken in as above 1,743,114 10
£1,880,000 0 0
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d.
Out of the Loans in Money.
By [paid to] Robert Walpole, late Treasurer of the Navy, upon Accompt 87,268 19 9
By [paid to] Charles Caesar, the succeeding Treasurer, ditto 1,238 17
88,507 17
By [paid to] Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance, ditto 16,000 0 0
By [paid to] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces, ditto 236,498 19
By [paid to] John How, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons etc., ditto 45,000 0 0
By [paid to] the Governour and Company of the Bank of England towards making good the yearly payment of 45,000l. per annum until 31 July 1714 for exchanging all Exchequer Bills for ready money 55,000 0 0
441,006 16 8
In Tallies to be disposed or deposited as the Publique Service shall require the same.
By [paid to] Robert Walpole as above (250,000l. 0s. 0d.) and Charles Caesar as above (44,000l. 0s. 0d.) 294,000 0 0
By [paid to] Herry Mordaunt as above 2,634 0 0
By [paid to] James Brydges as above 897,106 14
By [paid to] John How as above 105,000 0 0
By [paid to] Thomas Micklethwaite, Paymaster of the Transports, upon Accompt 3,366 19 2
1,302,107 13
£1,743,114 10
For the Year 1711–9 Anne [c. 3].
Loans on the Duties on Malt etc. continued from 23 June 1711 to 24 June 1712.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Loans made at the Exchequer in money:
Ladyday quarter 1711 6,470 0 0
Midsummer quarter 1711 50 0 0
6,520 0 0
To ditto by levying tallies:
Ladyday quarter 1711 210,000 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1711 202,581 9 8
412,581 9 8
£419,101 9 8
Memorandum: The loans unsatisfied on 29 January 1710–1 which were registered on the duties on Malt granted 7 Anne [c. 3] for the year 1709 and the Interest thereof at 6 per cent. are directed by the Act [9 Anne, c. 3, § 7] to be transferred to and made payable with Interest out of the Malt Duties 1711, which Loans amounted to 230,898 10 4
The Accompt of Loans above being added to the sum transferred completes the Credit on these Duties 419,101 9 8
£650,000 0 0
Discharge or Creditor.
Out of the Loans in Money:
By [paid to] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces upon Accompt 6,520 0 0
In Tallies to be disposed or deposited as the Publique Service shall require:
By [paid to] Charles Caesar, Treasurer of £ s. d.
the Navy, upon Accompt 110,400 0 0
By [paid to] Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance, ditto 46,609 0 0
By [paid to] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces 231,475 0 0
By [paid to] John How, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons, upon Accompt 12,550 0 0
By [paid to] Thomas Micklethwaite, Paymaster for the Transport, ditto 11,547 9 8
412,581 9 8
£419,101 9 8
For the Year 1711–9 Anne [c. 6].
Contributions on the Act for raising 1,500,000l. by way of a Lottery for the service of the year 1711.
Charge or Debtor.
To the payments made at the Exchequer by the several Receivers of the said Contribution money between 9 March 1710–11 and 31 March 1711 470,000 0 0
Between 31 March 1711 and 29 June 1711 645,000 0 0
Between 29 June 1711 and 28 Sept 1711 336,000 0 0
1,451,000 0 0
Memorandum: These Contributions were payable at four payments, viz.: on or before 1 May, 1 June, 2 July and 1 Aug. and a discount allowed at the rate of 10l. per cent. per annum for the first of the four payments until 29 Sept. 1711 and at the rate of 6 per cent. per annum till that time for the three remaining payments from the respective dates of paying the same.
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid to] Robert Walpole, late Treasurer of the Navy, upon accompt (276,703l. 0s. 0d.) and by [paid to] Charles Cæsar, the succeeding Treasurer, ditto (64,387l. 7s. 11d.) 341,090 7 11
By [paid to] Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer and Paymaster of the Ordnance, ditto 30,000 0 0
By [paid to] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces, ditto 840,261 17 10
By [paid to] John How, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons, ditto 223,490 3 7
By [paid to] the Bank of England towards making good the yearly payment of 45,000l. per annum until 31 July 1714 for exchanging all Exchequer Bills for ready money 15,657 10 8
1,450,500 0 0
Balance in Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 500 0 0
£1,451,000 0 0
The Receivers of the Monies contributed on the Act for the Lottery.
Charge or Debtor.
To the sum Total of Moneys authorised to be contributed on the said Act 1,500,000 0 0
Discharge or Debtor.
By the Receivers' Payments into the Exchequer as per the Accompt above 1,451,000 0 0
By Interest allowed to the Adventures for their prompt payment as per the Receivers' Accompts 43,315 19 2
By Allowance to the Receivers for reward and charges in receiving, paying and accompting 2,380 12 9
1,496,696 11 11
By Remains in the hands of the Receivers to be accompted for 3,303 8 1
£1,500,000 0 0
For the Year 1711–9 Anne [c. 16].
Contributions to the Adventure of 2,000,000l.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To the Payments made at the Exchequer by the several Receivers of the said Contribution money between 8 June 1711 and 29 June 1711 692,390 6 3
Ditto between 29 June 1711 and 28 Sept. 1711 836,046 18 1
1,528,437 4 4
To payments made into the Exchequer by the Master and Worker of the Mint for the produce of Wrought Plate brought in there to be coined on the encouragements mentioned in the Act [9 Anne, c. 16, § 88], the Receipts for which Plate at the rates therein mentioned were directed by the said Act to be accepted and taken by the Receivers as so much money for Contributions thereupon viz.:
for the week ended 29 June 1711 11,000 0 0
ditto 6 July 1711 10,000 0 0
ditto 13 July 1711 6,000 0 0
ditto 20 July 1711 8,000 0 0
ditto 27 July 1711 7,000 0 0
ditto 14 Sept. 1711 1,500 0 0
43,500 0 0
£1,571,937 4 4
Memorandum: These Contributions were payable at four payments to wit on or before 25 June 1711, 15 Aug. 1711, 26 Sept. 1711 and 6 Nov. 1711 and discount allowed at the rate of 8d. per 100l. per diem for the first of the four payments unto 29 Sept. 1711 and after the rate of 4d. per 100l. per diem for the other three payments for the same time, the said discounts to be reckoned from the respective days of making such payments. [See the Act 9 Anne, c. 16, § 81.]
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid to] Charles Caesar, Treasurer of the Navy, upon Accompt 367,203 1
By [paid by] Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance, ditto 46,500 0 0
By [paid to] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces, ditto 884,410 18
By [paid to] John How, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons, ditto 59,537 5 11¾
By [paid to] the Commissioners tor taking, stating and examining the Public £ s. d.
Accompts 875 0 0
By [paid to] Gregory King, Secretary to the said Commissioners, for Incidents 2,500 0 0
3,375 0 0
1,361,026 6
Balance in Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 210,910 17
£1,571,937 4 4
Her Majesty's Mint and the Several Receivers of the Contributions to the 2,000,000l. Adventure.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To the whole sum authorised to be contributed on the said Act for Lots or Tickets in the said Adventure at the rate of 100l. each received by the persons hereunder named, viz.:
By John Blunt for the amount of the Mint Receipts for Plate carried in there to be coined, directed by the Act to be taken and accepted as part of the contributions money: as by his Accompt 48,848 3 3
By Cash received by the said John Blunt 944,151 16 9
By Edward Gibbon for the benefit of the remitters in Cash 200,000 0 0
By Lancelot Burton, Lionel Herne, Samuel Edwards and John Grainger, joint Receivers in Cash 807,000 0 0
2,000,000 0 0
Discharge or Creditor.
By Cash actually answered at the Exchequer by the Receivers as above 1,528,437 4 4
By Cash paid in by the Master of the Mint towards the produce of the Wrought plate brought in to be coined 43,500 0 0
By the Adventurers for the discount allowed them by the Receivers for prompt payment as per the Receivers' Accompts, viz.:
Discount allowed per John Blunt as per his Accompt 13,387 4 5
Ditto per Lancelot Burton et al., joint Receivers, as per their Accompt 11,776 11 7
Discount on the 200,000l. received per Edward Gibbon 4,500 0 0
29,663 16 0
By loss on Accompt of the Encouragement given for bringing in the Wrought Plate, including also the loss and charges upon coinage 4,400 13 2
1,606,001 13 6
Balance at Michaelmas 1711 consists of the particulars following, viz.:
In money which appears to have been paid into the Exchequer per the Receiver between Mich. 1711 and Mich. 1712 385,686 14 5
The like per the Master of the Mint ditto 947 12 4
In the hands of John Blunt to be accounted for 4,064 6 3
In the hands of Lancelot Burton et al., joint Receivers, ditto 3,299 13 6
393,998 6 6
£2,000,000 0 0
For the Year 1711–9 Anne [c. 13].
Loans on the Duties on Hops granted for four years from 1 June 1711.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Loans made at the Receipt of the Exchequer 29 June 1711 to 28 Sept. 1711:
week ended 20 July 1711 in money 80,000 0 0
ditto 31 August 1711 by levying tallies 82,347 3
ditto 7 September 1711 ditto 17,652 16
180,000 0 0
(total in money 80,000l. 0s. 0d., in tallies 100,000l. 0d. 0s.)
Discharge or Creditor.
Out of the Loans in Money.
By [paid to] the Bank of England towards making the yearly Payments of 45,000l. per annum until 31 July 1713 (sic for 1714; see 9 Anne, c. 7, § 5) for exchanging all Exchequer Bills for ready money 80,000 0 0
In Tallies to be disposed or deposited as the Publique Service shall require the same:
By [paid to] Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy, upon Accompt 14,390 16
By [paid to] Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance, ditto 3,262 0 0
By [paid to] John How, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons, ditto 6,195 0 0
By [paid to] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces, ditto 76,152 3
100,000 0 0
£180,000 0 0
Lionel Herne and Samuel Edwards, the persons appointed to pay Interest on the Exchequer Bills.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Remains in their hands 28 Sept. 1710 5,744 3
To the sum in the Exchequer Bills imprested to them to reimburse the Interest allowed by the Tellers on like Bills paid into the Exchequer as per the Accompt of Exchequer Bills supra [p. cx] 45,000 0 0
To the sum with which they surcharge themselves for Interest accruing on the said Bills from the dates thereof to the times of disposing the same, viz.:
Xmas quarter 1710 11 10 4
Ladyday quarter 1711 3 12 0
BRANCH ANALYSIS: LOANS AND SCOTLAND.
£ s. d. £ s. d.
Midsummer quarter 1711 22 9 6
Michaelmas quarter 1711 3 13 4
41 5 2
£50,785 8
Discharge or Creditor.
By cash paid the respective Tellers of the Exchequer to reimburse the Interest allowed by them on all the Exchequer Bills paid in there at the rate of 2d. per cent. per diem so as to be reissued thence clear of all Interest 46,015 18 0
Balance in the hands of Mr. Herne and Mr. Edwards 28 Sept. 1711 in Bills or money according to their Certificates 4,769 10
£50,785 8
BRANCH ANALYSIS: CIVIL LIST MONIES IN SCOTLAND.
Archibald Douglass, Paymaster of the Civil List in Scotland.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash in hand at Michaelmas 1710 as by his accompt then ended 793 11
To his Receipts Mich. 1710 to Mich. 1711 according to accompts signed by him, viz.:
on Composition for Signatures 393 3
on Crown Rents and Casualties (property Aeques 454l. 13s. 1¾d., Sheriffs' Aeques 256l. 13s. 2d. and Burroughs' Aeques 78l. 13s. 9½d.) 790 0
by Imprests from the Receivers of the Customs and Commissioners of Excise pursuant to Warrants from the Barons of the Exchequer, viz.. out of Customs 5,221l. 1s. 10d. and out of seizures 1,988l. 0s. 7½d. 7,209 2
Out of the several branches of the Excise per the Commissioners of that Revenue 13,729 11
22,121 17 6
£22,915 8 11½
Discharge or Creditor.
By payments according to the Abstract signed by him, viz.:
for salaries to the three Courts of Session, Justiciary and Exchequer 13,653 9
for salaries to such Officers on the Civil Establishment as do not belong to these Courts 7,700 6 10½
for defraying the charge of the Circuits 1,500 0 0
22,853 16
By cash in hand Michaelmas 1711 61 12
£22,915 8 11½
BRANCH ANALYSIS: TALLIES.
The Several Accomptants for the Sums Imprested to them in Tallies for Uses to be Appointed.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To the Sum in Tallies remaining in their hands at Michaelmas 1710, viz.
for the year 1705:
in Reversionary Annuities in the hands of the Navy Treasurer 48,753 0 0
for the year 1708:
on the Land Tax in the hands of Thomas Micklethwaite 12,521 8
on the Half Subsidies or Fourth General Mortgage, ditto 29,687 10
42,208 19
for the year 1709:
on the Land Tax in the hands of Robert Walpole 55,497 14
on the Fifth General Mortgage ditto 183,763 14
on the same in the hands of the Treasurer of the Ordnance 41,500 0 0
on the same in the hands of James Brydges 20,941 3
on the same in the hands of Thomas Micklethwaite 10,000 0 0
311,702 12
for the year 1710:
on the Land Tax in the hands of Robert Walpole 34,598 15 7
on the same in the hands of John How 3,216 17 5
on Malt Duties in the hands of the Treasurer of the Ordnance 67,206 10 10
on the same in the hands of Thomas Micklethwaite 17,139 8 2
on the same in the hands of Robert Walpole 29,930 0 0
on the Candle Duties ditto 93 19 11¾
on the same in the hands of the Treasurer of the Ordnance 15,332 14
on the same in the hands of John How 73,024 14
on the sixth General Mortgage in the hands of Robert Walpole 129,250 12
on the same in the hands of the Treasurer of the Ordnance 61,460 14
on the same in the hands of John How 153,965 9 1
585,219 17 0
987,884 8
To the sums Imprested to the Several Treasurers and Paymasters by Levying Tallies on the Publique Fonds for the Services in their Respective Offices between Mich. 1710 and Mich. 1711, viz.:
for the year 1711:
Tallies on the Fourteenth 4s. Aid.
To Robert Walpole, late Treasurer of the Navy, as per his Accompt 250,000 0 0
To Charles Caesar, the succeeding Treasurer, ditto 44,000 0 0
To Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance, ditto 2,634 0 0
To James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces, ditto 897,106 14
To John How, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons, ditto 105,000 0 0
To Thomas Micklethwaite, Paymaster of Transports, ditto 3,366 19 2
1,302,107 13
Tallies on Malt:
To Charles Cæsar, as above, as per his accompt 110,400 0 0
To Harry Mordaunt, as above, ditto 46,609 0 0
To James Brydges, as above, ditto 231,475 0 0
To John How, as above, ditto 12,550 0 0
To Thomas Micklethwaite, as above, ditto 11,547 9 8
412,581 9 8
Tallies on Hops:
To Charles Cæsar, as above, as per his Accompt 14,390 16
To Harry Mordaunt, as above, ditto 3,262 0 0
To John How, as above, ditto 6,195 0 0
To James Brydges, as above, ditto 76,152 3
100,000 0 0
(Total for the year 1711 1,814,689l. 3s. 2½d.)
To a Surcharge on Charles Cæsar of sundry sums assigned to him by Robert Walpole in tallies as shown in the Discharge below, viz.:
Tallies on the Sixth General Mortgage anno 1710 129,250 12
Tallies on the Land Tax anno 1711 50,000 0 0
179,250 12
£2,981,824 4
Discharge or Creditor.
By Services supplied out of the Tallies per Contra or by and out of money raised by the Sale thereof, or by Depositing the Same by way of Security, viz.:
on reversionary annuities anno 1705:
To the Executors of Thomas Littleton, late Treasurer of the Navy, for Accompt of the Ordinary anno 1706 on the Land Tax anno 1708: 2,190 0 0
To Thomas Micklethwaite, on Accompt of the Transport Service 12,521 8
on the Land Tax anno 1709:
To Robert Walpole, late [Navy] Treasurer, for Accompt of Wear and Tear anno 1702 20,497 14
ditto for Accompt of Wages 1709 7,000 0 0
ditto, for Accompt of Wear and Tear 1709 28,000 0 0
55,497 14
on the Fifth General Mortgage anno 1709:
To Robert Walpole, as above, for Accompt of Wear and Tear anno 1702 4,990 12 10½
ditto for Accompt of the Ordinary anno 1709 10,941 0 0
ditto for Accompt of Wages anno 1709 8,405 0 0
ditto for Accompt of Wear and Tear anno 1709 159,427 1 6
To James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces, upon Accompt 20,941 3
204,704 18
on the Land Tax anno 1710:
To Robert Walpole, as above, for Accompt of Wear and Tear anno 1702 34,598 15 7
To John How, for Accompt of the Guards and Garrisons anno 1710 3,216 17 5
37,815 13 0
on Malt anno 1710:
To Robert Walpole, as above, for Accompt of Wear and Tear anno 1702 29,930 0 0
To Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance, for Land Services 61,071 6 5
91,001 6 5
on the Candle Duties anno 1710:
To John How for Accompt of Guards and Garrisons anno 1710 62,731 8 3
ditto for Accompt of the 5,000 Men for Sea Service anno 1710 6,942 13 11
ditto for Accompt of the Invalids anno 1710 3,350 11 11½
73,024 14
on the Sixth General Mortgage anno 1710:
To Robert Walpole allowed him for so much assigned to Charles Cæsar, the succeeding Treasurer 129,250 12
(The sum assigned thus by Warrant 28 July 1711 is 168,100l. 15s. 1¾d. But the sum remaining in his hands at the Foot of the Accompt to Mich. 1710 is 129,250l. 12s. 7¾d. only.)
To Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of Ordnance, for his Subscription into the Capital Stock of the South Sea Company for the Service of the Ordnance 61,460 14
To John How for Accompt of the Guards and Garrisons anno 1710 15,700 0 0
ditto for his Subscription into the Capital Stock of the South Sea Company for the service of the Forces under his pay 138,265 9 1
To Charles Caesar for his Subscription into the Capital Stock of the South Sea Company for the service of the Navy 129,250 12
(The sum subscribed is 168,100l. 15s. 1¾d. but only 129,250l. 12s. 7¾d. is brought to accompt here.)
473,927 8 11
on the Land Tax anno 1711
To Robert Walpole, as above, for Accompt of the Ordinary 13,228 0 1
ditto, for Accompt of Wages including Marines 83,100 0 0
ditto, for Accompt of the Victualling 41,100 0 0
ditto, for Accompt of Wear and Tear 51,771 19 11
more to be allowed for so much assigned to Charles Cæsar, his successor 50,000 0 0
To Charles Cæsar for Accompt of the Ordinary 22,112 0 0
ditto for Accompt of Wages 3,376 0 0
ditto for Accompt of Wear and Tear 24,512 0 0
To James Brydges for payment of the Forces upon Accompt 897,106 14
To John How for Accompt of the Guards and Garrisons, the 5,000 men on Sea Service and the Invalids 90,437 9 10
1,276,744 4
on Malt anno 1710:
To Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance, for Accompt of Land services 20,000 0 0
ditto for Accompt of Sea Services 20,000 0 0
To James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces upon Accompt 231,475 0 0
271,475 0 0
on Duties on Hops anno 1711:
To James Brydges, ditto ditto 76,152 3
2,575,054 10
By the Remains in Tallies for Uses to be appointed in the hands of the respective Treasurers and Paymasters at Mich. 1711, viz.:
for the Year 1705:
on Reversionary Annuities In the hands of Sir Thomas Littleton's executors 46,563 0 0
for the Year 1708:
on Half Subsidies In the hands of Thos. Micklethwaite 29,687 10
for the Year 1709:
on the General Mortgage In the hands of Thos. Micklethwaite 10,000 0 0
ditto In the hands of Harry Mordaunt 41,500 0 0
51,500 0 0
for the Year 1710:
on Malt Duties In the hands of the Treasurer of the Ordnance 6,135 4 5
ditto In the hands of Thomas Micklethwaite 17,139 8 2
23,274 12 7
on Candle Duties In the hands of the Treasurer of the Ordnance 15,332 14
ditto In the hands of Robert Walpole 93 19 11¾
15,426 14
for the Year 1711:
on Land Tax In the hands of Robert Walpole 10,800 0 0
ditto In the hands of Charles Cæsar 44,000 0 0
ditto In the hands of the Treasurer of the Ordnance 2,634 0 0
ditto In the hands of John How 14,562 10 2
ditto In the hands of Thomas Micklethwaite 3,366 19 2
75,363 9 4
on Malt In the hands of Charles Cæsar 110,400 0 0
ditto In the hands of the Treasurer of the Ordnance 6,609 0 0
ditto In the hands of John How 12,550 0 0
ditto In the hands of Thomas Micklethwaite 11,547 9 8
141,106 9 8
on Duties on Hops In the hands of Charles Cæsar 14,390 16
ditto In the hands of the Treasurer of the Ordnance 3,262 0 0
ditto In the hands of John How 6,195 0 0
23,847 16
406,769 13
£2,981,824 4
BRANCH ANALYSIS: ANNUITIES.
Exchequer to the Fond for paying 184,242l. 14s. per Annum in Annuities purchased anno 1706.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 90,542 10
To the One Third Tonnage and Poundage for the Neat Produce thereof in the Year ended Mich. 1711 as above, p. lxxxiv 60,153 18
To the Duties on Coals, Culme, and Cinders for Arrears on the Grant which ended Mich. 1710 as above, p. lxxxiv 22,284 0 7
To so much of the 9d. per barrel Excise now part of the Fond for paying these Annuities as remained after satisfying the Lottery Annuities which ceased Mich. 1710 as above, p. xc 131,491 0
213,928 19
£304,471 10 3
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid on the Annuities which continue for 99 years from 25 March 1706 184,889 4 0
By rewards to Officers and Incident charges in paying and accounting, viz.:
To the Auditor of the Receipt at 410l. per annum for the business of these Annuities 410 0 0
More to ditto for examining Vouchers and for examining and securing out cash at 500l. per annum 500 0 0
To the Clerk of the Pells on 320l. per annum for the business of these Annuities 320 0 0
To the four Tellers on 240l. per annum for the like 240 0 0
To Samuel Edwyn, Usher of the Exchequer, for necessaries 178 14
1,648 14
By the Overplus of the Fond for these Annuities at Ladyday 1711, transferred to the Fond for Annuities anno 1707 44,788 18
By Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 of the following, viz.:
the 9d. per Barrel Excise 49,084 1
the one-third tonnage and poundage 21,189 13
arrears of the duties on Coals, Culme, etc. 2,870 18 11½
73,144 14 0
£304,471 10 3
The Exchequer to the Fond for paying 72,187l. 10s. 0d. per annum in Annuities purchased anno 1707.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 5,688 13
To the Overplus of the Fond for Annuities purchased anno 1706 at Ladyday 1711 as per the foregoing Accompt 44,788 18
To the Overplus of the Fond for the East India Company on 29 Sept. 1710 108 4 0
To the Income of Sundry Duties and Revenues granted and appropriated to pay these Annuities ended at Mich. 1711 as above (p. xciii) 77,086 14
121,983 16 10¾
£127,672 10
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
By paid on the Annuities as above which continue for 99 years from 25 March 1707 73,426 2 6
By rewards to Officers and Incident charges in paying and accounting, viz.:
to the Auditor of the Receipt on 190l. 0s. 3d. per annum for the business of these Annuities 807 11
to the Clerk of the Pells on 88l. 7s. 7d. per annum for the same 375 12
to the four Tellers on 97l. 4s. 4d. per annum for the same 413 3 5
to Samuel Edwyn, Usher of the Exchequer, for necessaries 648 16 7
2,245 3
By the Overplus of the Fond for these Annuities at Ladyday 1711, transferred to the Fond for paying 40,000l. per annum in Annuities purchased anno 1708 21,668 3
97,339 8 11¾
By cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711, of the following:
Duties on Sweets 313 9 11½
Duties on Low Wines 8,855 0 4
Duties on Hawkers and Pedlars 6,426 0 0
Stamp Duties 14,738 11 3
30,333 1
£127,672 10
The Exchequer to the Fond for paying 40,000l. per annum on the First Act for the Sale of Annuities anno 1708.
Charge or Debtor.
To cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 being part of the Contribution money 4,347 9
To the Overplus of the Fond for Annuities purchased anno 1707 at Ladyday 1711 as above 21,668 3
26,015 12
To the Overplus of the Fond for Annuities and Survivorship on 24 June 1711 [p. xci] 2,140 17 3
£28,156 10
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid on the Annuities above which continue for 99 years from 25 March 1708 21,890 12 6
Balance in Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 of the following: £ s. d.
Contribution money which includes 1,692l. 2s. 1¼d. gained by deductions for interest at the rate of 4 per cent. per annum on the Quarterly Payments advanced to Mich. 1710 1,723 7
Overplus money of the Annuity Fond anno 1707 consisting of the 9d. per Barrel Excise 2,401 13
Overplus Money of the Fond for Annuities and Survivorship on 24 June 1711 2,140 17 3
6,265 17
£28,158 10
The Exchequer to the Fond for paying 80,000l. per annum on the Second Act for Sale of Annuities anno 1708.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1710 being part of the Contribution Money 24,871 14 11
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid on the Annuities as above which continue for ninety-nine years from 24 June 1708 8,575 15 0
Balance in Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 which includes 13,195l. 7s. 5d. gained by deductions for interest at 4 per cent. per annum on the quarterly payments advanced to Mich. 1711 16,295 19 11
£24,871 14 11
BRANCH ANALYSIS: VOTED MONIES.
FOR THE YEAR 1711.
THE SUMS VOTED OR ENACTED FOR ACCOMPT OF PUBLIQUE SERVICES IN THE SESSION OF PARLIAMENT BEGUN 25 NOV. 1710 AND ENDED 12 JUNE 1711 (THE PUBLIQUE DEBTS TO BE SUBSCRIBED INTO THE SOUTH SEA STOCK EXCEPTED).
5 Dec. 1710. £ s. d.
for the 40,000 Men employed in the Sea Service including 8,000 Marines at 4l. a man per mensem for 13 months including the Ordnance Sea Service 2,080,000 0 0
for the Ordinary of the Navy 120,000 0 0
23 Dec. 1710.
for maintaining the 40,000 men to act in conjunction with the Forces of the Allies 919,092 3 6
4 Jan. 1710–11.
for maintaining the Additional Forces of 10,000 men 177,511 3 6
for her Majesty's proportion of the charge of maintaining 3,000 Palatines 34,251 13 4
for her Majesty's proportion of the charge of maintaining 4,639 Saxons 43,251 12 6
for her Majesty's proportion of the charge of Bothmar's Regiment of Dragoons consisting of 800 men 9,269 16 6
for her Majesty's proportion of the charge for maintaining the Troops of Augmentation 220,000 0 0
for the charge of the Office of her Majesty's Ordnance for Land Services 130,000 0 0
Memorandum: Also on 8 January there was voted for the charge of one year's interest of the unsatisfied Debentures upon the Irish forfeitures 49,357l. 9s. 2d., but no provision being made for the same out of the supplies by the appropriating clause, it is omitted here.
8 Jan. 1710–11
towards defraying the charge of transporting Land Forces 144,000 0 0
for her Majesty's proportion of the subsidies payable to the Allies pursuant to treaties 478,956 16 7
9 Jan. 1710–11.
for maintaining Guards and Garrisons in Great Britain and for the payment of Invalids, including 5,000 men to serve on board the Fleet 546,108 17
15 Feb. 1710–11.
for the service of the war in Spain and Portugal 1,500,000 0 0
21 Feb. 1710–11.
to make good the payment of the yearly sum of 45,000l. mentioned in the proposal of the Governor and Company of the Bank of England until 31 July 1714 157,500l. but satisfied with 150,657 10 8
20 March 1710–11.
for several charges of the War incurred and to be incurred 292,369 2 4
Pursuant to Acts of Parliament or especiall clauses and directions contained therein.
[By 9 Anne, c. 1, § 117] the Loans which remained unsatisfied on 21 Dec. 1710 and the Interest thereof upon the Land Taxes for the years 1706, 1707 and 1708 are made good by being transferred to the Register for Loans on the Land Tax for the year 1711, which transferences were as follows, viz.:
£ s. d.
Loans on the Ninth 4s. aid anno 1706 (besides Interest) 38,917 12 10
ditto the Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 (ditto) 59,083 12 6
ditto the Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708 (ditto) 38,884 4
136,885 9
[By 9 Anne, c. 3, § 7] the Loans on the Duties on Malt anno 1709 which on 20 Jan. 1710–11 remained unsatisfied with the Interest thereof are made good by being transferred to the Register for Loans on the Duties on Malt for the Year 1711, which transference amounted to 230,898 10 4
The Adventurers to the Lottery for 1,500,000l. are by the Act [9 Anne, c. 6, § 44] to be allowed Interest at the rate of 10 per cent. per annum for the first four payments of their contribution money from the day of making the same to 29 Sept. 1711 and after the rate of 6 per cent. per annum for the remaining three payments from the respective days of making the same to the said 29 Sept. 1711, which allowance for prompt payments according to the Receivers' accompts in that behalf amounts to 43,464l. 16s. 5d. and allowed for reward and charges to the said Receiver by virtue of the said Act 2,380l. 12s. 9d. In both 45,845 9 2
The Contributors to the Two Million Adventure are by the Act [9 Anne, c. 16, § 81] to be allowed after the rate of 8d. per 100l. per diem for the first of these four payments of their Contribution money from the day of making the same to 29 Sept. 1711, and after the rate of 4d. per 100l. per diem for the remaining three payments from the respective days of making the same to the said 29 Sept. 1711 which allowance for prompt payments according to the Receivers' Accompts in that behalf amounts to 29,663 15 11
Also the charges of melting, assaying and coining the wrought plate brought into the Mint upon the said Act [§ 88] is allowed to be taken out of the produce thereof which together with the loss by reason of the encouragement given for bringing in the said Plate amounts to 5,077 15 6
The seven Commissioners for examining the Public Accounts are by the Act [9 Anne, e. 18] to have the like yearly allowance for Clerks and other charges and the like quarterly payments to themselves as the former Commissioners had, viz., 2,500l. for clerks etc. and 3,500l. for themselves. In both 6,000 0 0
£7,299,839 17
THE GRANTS IN PARLIAMENT TOWARDS SATISFYING THE PUBLIQUE SERVICES AS ABOVE WITH THE VALUE OF THOSE GRANTS AS ESTIMATED BY PARLIAMENT.
The Land Tax of 4s. per £1 for one year from 25 March 1711 chargeable with 136,885l. 9s. 9½d. in Deficiencies transferred thereto and the Interest thereof as per contra [i.e. above] and such further Loans to be registered after the said Transference at 6 per cent. per annum Interest as shall not exceed the whole 1,880,000 0 0
The Duties on Malt, Mum, Cyder and Perry for one year from 23 June 1711, chargeable with 230,898l. 10s. 4d. in Loans transferred thereto and Interest as above and with such further loans to be registered after the said Transference at 6 per cent. per annum Interest as shall not exceed the whole 650,000 0 0
The Contributions on the Act for raising 1,500,000l. by way of a lottery for the service of the year 1711 including all discounts and charges 1,500,000 0 0
The Duties on Hops granted for four years from 1 June 1711 and made a Fond of credit at 6 per cent. per annum for any sum not exceeding 180,000 0 0
The Contributions on the Act for raising 2,000,000l. (commonly called the Two Million Adventure) for carrying on the War and other her Majesty's Occasions, including all discounts and charges 2,000,000 0 0
6,210,000 0 0
An addition to the Capital Stock of the Corporation for carrying on the Trade to the South Seas in part of the provision for the service of the year 1711 500,000 0 0
6,710,000 0 0
Balance is the difference between the Estimated Value of the Grants and the sum total of the Publique Services, the said services exceeding the Grants according to Estimated Value by 589,839 17
£7,299,839 17