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Declared Accounts: Customs, Cash Account

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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 26, 1712. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1954.

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Customs, Cash Account

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CUSTOMS: CASH ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1113 [E351/1113].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 782, ROLL 965 [A.O.I/782/965].
HENRY FERNE, Receiver and Cashier of the Customs.
26 December 1711 to 25 December 1712.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the Accomptant's hands on the end of the last Accompt 10,132 6
the value of sundry bonds and obligations for the payment of Customs:
for arrears of Customs to 31 July 1710 43,914 12
for the present Customs 54,604 4 4
for the Additional Impositions to 31 July 1710 3,168 19 10
for the New Subsidy to 1 Feb. 1699–1700 1,809 18
for the same to 8 March 1701–2 2,903 3 11¼
for the same from 8 March 1701–2 82,952 8
for the First Additional or One-Third Subsidy to 8 March 1706–7 16 18
for the same from 8 March 1706–7 28,111 3 11
for the New Duty on Coals to 14 May 1703 19 15 0
for the same to 29 Sept. 1710 148 10 10
for the New Duty of 3s. per chaldron on Coals from 30 Sept. 1710 3,866 11 9
for the Additional Duty of 2s. per chaldron on Coals from 9 March 1710 2,187 13 8
223,704 0 11
sundry transport debentures taken for payment of Customs in 1703:
for arrears of Customs 843 10
for the present Customs 513 13 11
1,357 4
sundry persons particularly named at the foot of the last Accompt for money imprested to them 555 0 0
(total arrears 235,748l. 11s. 7d.)
Receipts: money received within the time of this Accompt:
out of the Customs which determined 31 July 1710:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt 443 19 5
the Queen's Remembrancer, being money received on bonds delivered there to be prosecuted 68 13 4
(total London port 512l. 12s. 9d.)
Outports:
Bristol (Jacob Reynardson) 1,217 4 1
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 41 12 7
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 17 11 8
Liverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 1,031 14
Newcastle (Robert Hebburne) 230 0 10
Plymouth (David Morris) 69 0 0
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 265 5
Deale (John Ball) 1 15 10
Dover (William Veale and Lancelot Whitehall) 0 10
Fowey (Charles Jones) 243 15
ditto (James Pilson) 11 18 7
Lynn (John Kent) 16 8
Stockton (William Douthwait) 64 7 10¼
Whitehaven (Joseph Sewell) 9 15 10½
3,733 14
(total Outports 3,221l. 1s. 3¾d.)
out of the Customs which determined 31 July 1712:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt, in money 111,223 14 5
ditto, on Plantation goods, in money 63,996 12 3
ditto, ditto, in bonds 47,444 11 10½
ditto, on the Wine Receipt, in money 63,942 13 11
ditto, ditto, in bonds 1,030 19 11½
interest due upon bonds 28 16
(total London port 287,667l. 8s. 7¼d.)
Outports:
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 314 7
Berwick (George Moore) 61 19
Blackney and Cley (Thomas Shorting) 2 5
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 21,907 8
Bideford (Charles Jones) 306 17 7
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 14 18 11¼
Cowes (John Dale) 38 5 0
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 58 9
Dover (John Ball) 217 6
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 837 0 0
Feversham (John Smallman) 87 3
Gloucester (Richard Cossley) 7 3
Gweek (Bernard Penrose) 1 4
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 394 1
Hull (Hugh Mason) 1,120 19
Ipswich (Samuel Kettleby) 1 18
Lancaster (Joseph Bently) 641 14
Liverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 4,980 12 8
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 302 10 0
Maldon (Robert Robjent) 6 0 0
Minehead (Francis Webber) 150 0 0
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 602 8
Plymouth (David Morris) 300 0 0
Poole (Thomas Chamberlain) 18 13
Rochester (John Pope) 511 17 0
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 125 0 0
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 183 19
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 30 6 11¼
Swanzey (William Gwyn) 12 6
Whitby (George Trotter) 7 1 10
Whitehaven (Alfred Lawson) 3,041 7 7
Exeter (Richard Score, late collector) 38 12
323,991 6
(total Outports 36,323l. 17s. 6¼d.)
out of the present Customs which commenced 1 Aug. 1712:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt, in money 32,834 4
ditto, on Plantation goods, in money 54,766 10
ditto, ditto, in bonds 34,561 0 7
ditto, on the Wine Receipt, in money 9,269 17 8
ditto, ditto, in bonds 693 14 7
(total London port 132,125l. 7s. 6d.)
Outports:
Bridlington (John Bower) 0 16 1
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 5,362 4 2
Bydeford (Charles Jones) 100 0 0
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 70 0 0
Deale (Samuel Rolfe) 2 9 11½
Dover (John Ball) 202 5
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 780 0 0
Falmouth (William Pye) 35 11
Glocester (Richard Cossley) 1 14
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 49 17
Hull (Hugh Mason) 598 1 3
Liverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 5,524 11 7
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 1,659 6 7
Minehead (Francis Webber) 79 0 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 100 0 0
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 690 3
Plymouth (David Morris) 300 0 0
Rochester (John Pope) 100 0 0
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 6 0 0
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 10 0 0
Whitby (George Trotter) 0 0
Whitehaven (Alfred Lawson) 1,164 10 0
148,961 19
(total Outports 16,836l. 12s. 1¼d.)
(total for the Customs 476,686l. 19s. 9½d.)
out of the Additional Impositions which determined 31 July 1710:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 600 0 0
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 25 10
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 4 19 11¾
Dover (John Ball) 0 3 2
Exeter (Richard Score) 34 18
Fowey (Charles Jones) 2 10
ditto (James Pilson) 10 3
Whitehaven (John Clough) 5 14 9
ditto (John Fotherby) 22 7
706 8
(total Outports 106l. 8s. 1¾d.)
out of the Additional Impositions which determined 31 July 1710:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 15,899 12 11½
ditto, on Plantation goods 2,379 18
ditto, on Wines 3,189 5 10
(total London port 21,468l. 17s. 2d.)
Outports:
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 25 5 8
Berwick (George Moore) 7 18 4
Blackney and Cley (Thomas Shorting) 3 8
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 5,182 14 1
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 200 0 0
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 56 11
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 18 1 7
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 31 1 4
Dover (John Ball) 59 0
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 194 16
Falmouth (William Pye) 20 11
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 97 15
Hull (Hugh Mason) 770 16
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 1 8 5
Lancaster (Joseph Bently) 65 10
Leverpool (Nathaniel Smith) 360 18 7
Looe (John Dyer) 1 18
Minehead (Francis Webber) 24 10 11½
Newcastle (Andrew Isaackson) 210 0 0
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 15 3
Plymouth (David Morris) 906 5
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 1,300 10 0
Rochester (John Pope) 267 5 5
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 5 13 0
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 196 9
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 43 16 0
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 9 10 0
Truro (Richard Jennings) 0 8
Whitby (George Trotter) 3 16
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 85 9 11¾
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 214 9
Fowey (Thomas Bulley) 85 15
Deale (John Power) 6 15 8
Exeter (Richard Score) 9 8
31,952 3
(total Outports 10,483l. 6s. 0¼d.)
out of the Additional Impositions which commenced 1 Aug. 1712:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 8,066 8 1
ditto, on Plantation goods 1,097 5 9
ditto, on the Wine Receipt 157 16
(total London port 9,321l. 10s. 7½d.)
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 200 0 0
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 20 0 0
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 548 9 5
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 2 16
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 3 4 10½
Dover (John Ball) 9 13 2
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 56 15 0
Falmouth (William Pye) 23 13
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 14 15
Hull (Hugh Mason) 105 0 0
Leverpool (Nathaniel Smith) 22 0 0
Rochester (John Pope) 51 0 0
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 0 18 0
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 33 14
10,413 10 10¾
(total Outports 1,092l. 0s. 3¼d.)
(total for the Additional Impositions, 43,072l. 2s. 2¾d.)
out of the New Subsidy which determined 1 Feb. 1699–1700:
Leverpoole (Edward Scarborough, late collector) 134 9
Southampton (Adam de Cardonnel) 173 14
308 3 10¾
out of the New Subsidy which determined 8 March 1701–2:
Southampton (Adam de Cardonnel) 1 8
Bideford (John Bolitho) 372 0
Whitehaven (John Clough) 19 6 4
ditto (John Fotherby) 9 18
402 13
out of the New Subsidy which commenced 8 March 1701–2:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt, in money 108,656 10 9
ditto, on Plantation goods, in money 36,030 18 5
ditto, ditto, in bonds 78,066 15
ditto, on the Wine Receipt, in money 45,687 8 3
and for interest on bonds 32 4 0
(total London port 268,473l. 16s. 8½d.)
Outports:
Aldeburgh (James Syred) 7 7
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 395 10
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 72 15 4
Berwick (George Moore) 52 3 4
Blackney and Cley (Thomas Shorting) 43 9 10½
Boston (Samuell Oldfield) 73 13 4
Bridlington (John Bower) 27 13
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 28,460 19
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 1,191 14
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 655 12 1
Chichester (Henry Baker) 3 16
Colchester (James Bruce) 133 8 8
Cowes (John Dale) 197 16
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 64 10
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 98 1
Dover (John Ball) 258 17
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 1,974 16 1
Falmouth (William Pye) 412 13
Faversham (John Smalman) 0 1
Gweek (Bernard Penrose) 0 12 0
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 400 0 0
Hull (Hugh Mason) 3,190 4
Ipswich (Samuel Kettelby) 1 18
Lancaster (Joseph Bently) 345 11 11
Leverpool (Nathaniel Smith) 7,182 7 10
Looe (John Dyer) 10 9
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 943 11
Lynn (Henry Hare) 1,058 4 9
Milford (William Goodacre) 37 0 0
Minehead (Francis Webber) 495 2
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 1,323 10
Padstow (William Taylor) 55 6
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 793 8
Penzance (Richard Score) 43 3
Plymouth (David Morris) 1,741 10 1
Poole (Thomas Chamberlain) 152 18 5
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 1,877 2
Poulton (William Jennings) 0 2 5
Rochester (John Pope) 634 18 2
Rye (George Shuckburgh) 82 3
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 22 18
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 23 8
Scarborough (John Baines) 59 19 5
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 636 2 2
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 244 9
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 71 4 11½
Swanzey (William Gwyn) 16 15 11¾
Truro (Richard Jennings) 25 5
Wells (John Keene) 58 4 10¾
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 172 5 0
Whitby (George Trotter) 22 6
Whitehaven (Alfred Lawson) 1,571 4
Wisbech (Robert Twells) 12 13 9
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 23 1
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 1,742 14 6
Boston (Charles Northcotte, late collector) 6 15
Bridgewater (William Cornish) 23 6
Fowey (Thomas Bulley) 23 9 11¾
Milford (Joseph Sewell) 106 3
Poole (Francis Medcalfe) 69 14 0
Cowes (Thomas Cole) 32 12
Fowey (Charles Jones) 31 3
Deale (Lancelot Whitehall) 23 6
Poole (William Chamberlain) 0 0
Shoreham (Abraham Aldersey) 2 18
Bydiford (John Bolitho) 359 10
Whitehaven (John Clough) 68 4
ditto (John Fotherby) 140 1
ditto (Warwick Arthur) 22 13 2
328,581 16 4
(total Outports 60,107l. 19s. 7½d.)
(total for the New Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage 329,292l. 13s. 9d.)
out of the Additional or One-Third Subsidy which determined 8 March 1706–7:
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 10 0 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Clarke) 20 7 11¼
Fowey (Charles Jones) 9 2 1
Whitehaven (Warwick Arthur) 65 18
ditto (John Fotherby) 39 5 7
Leverpoole (Edward Scarborough) 415 5
560 4
out of the Additional or One Third Subsidy which commenced 8 March 1706–7:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt, in money 36,859 0 0
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt, in money 10,471 14
ditto, ditto, in bonds 27,335 3 0
ditto, on the Wine Receipt, in money 14,953 10
and for interest due upon bonds 16 14 11½
(total London port 89,636l. 2s. 8½d.)
Outports:
Aldeburgh (James Syred) 2 9
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 94 17 7
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 27 19 10
Berwick (George Moore) 18 7 10
Blackney and Cley (Thomas Shorting) 14 9 11½
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 27 9 11¼
Bridlington (John Bower) 9 4
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 9,414 5
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 221 16 9
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 231 15
Chichester (Henry Baker) 0 14
Colchester (James Bruce) 44 9
Cowes (John Dale) 66 9 8
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 11 15
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 34 18
Dover (John Ball) 80 12
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 757 0 7
Falmouth (William Pye) 134 6
Faversham (John Smalman) 0 0
Gweek (Bernard Penrose) 0 4 0
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 126 17 1
Hull (Hugh Mason) 920 7 11¼
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 0 12
Lancaster (Joseph Bently) 111 19
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 2,264 12 6
Looe (John Dyer) 3 0
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 428 13 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 612 2
Milford (William Goodacre) 16 0 0
Minehead (Francis Webber) 315 13 6
Newcastle (Anthony Isaackson) 472 0 0
Padstowe (William Taylor) 14 16 9
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 301 17
Penzance (Richard Score) 13 5 6
Plymouth (David Morris) 550 7
Poole (Thomas Chamberlaine) 44 1
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 713 10
Poulton (William Jennings) 0 0
Rochester (John Pope) 135 6 4
Rye (George Shuckburgh) 25 1 9
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 7 12
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 7 9 11¼
Scarborough (John Baines) 20 3 1
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 157 5 10
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 83 7 11¾
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 29 8
Swanzey (William Gwyn) 5 11
Truro (Richard Jennings) 8 0
Wells (John Keene) 8 17
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 40 0 0
Whitby (George Trotter) 6 11 4
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 570 0 0
Wisbech (Robert Twells) 4 4
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 7 13 3
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 614 14
Bridgewater (William Cornish) 7 15
Dover (Robert Breton) 262 4 5
Fowey (Thomas Bully) 1 0
Poole (Francis Medcalfe) 23 9
Yarmouth (Thomas Clark) 0 8
Cowes (Thomas Cole) 7 7 11¾
Deale (Lancelot Whitehall) 13 4
Shoreham (Abraham Aldersey) 2 5
Whitehaven (John Clough) 105 6
ditto (Warwick Arthur) 79 12
109,973 13
(total for the Outports 20,337l. 10s. 4¾d.)
(total for the One Third Subsidy 110,533l. 17s. 5½d.)
out of the Second Additional or Two-Third Subsidy which determined 8 March 1711–12:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt 22,530 19
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt 452 9 11
ditto, on the Wine Receipt 3,650 4
(total London port 26,633l. 13s. 9d.)
Outports:
Aldburgh (John Syred) 4 9 2
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 67 8
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 28 10
Berwick (George Moore) 25 5 11½
Blackney and Cley (Thomas Shorting) 5 3 7
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 26 10 9
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 4,444 5
Bridlington (John Bower) 18 1
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 316 0
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 170 0 0
Chichester (Henry Baker) 0 16
Colchester (James Bruce) 17 10
Cowes (John Dale) 16 12
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 10 16
Deale (Salatbiel Rolfe) 11 12
Dover (John Ball) 26 0
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 131 7
Falmouth (William Pye) 51 10
Faversham (John Smallman) 0 1
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 86 7 2
Hull (Hugh Mason) 638 12 6
Ipswich (Samuel Kettleby) 1 4
Lancaster (Joseph Bently) 42 19 9
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 325 13 10
Looe (John Dyer) 6 0 8
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 7 16
Lynn (Henry Hare) 488 3 10¾
Milford (William Goodacre) 16 0 0
Minehead (Francis Webber) 203 5
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 265 2 10
Padstowe (William Taylor) 14 4 11½
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 96 15 11½
Plymouth (David Morris) 520 6 4
Poole (Thomas Chamberlaine) 0 13
Portsmouth (Samuel Binckes) 327 5 6
Poulton (William Jennings) 0 1
Rochester (John Pope) 353 4
Rye (George Shuckburgh) 4 11
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 9 5 4
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 9 4
Scarborough (John Baines) 39 5 0
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 145 0 3
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 48 18 7
Sunderland (William Etterick) 12 4
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 11 2
Truro (Richard Jennings) 0 12
Wells (John Keene) 3 12 11¼
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 127 10 0
Whitby (George Trotter) 10 6
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 76 17 10½
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 15 6
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 300 12 8
Boston (Charles Northcote, late collector) 68 11
Bridgewater (William Cornish) 15 10 11¼
Carlisle (Richard Eaglesfeild) 265 13
Dover (Robert Bretton) 407 13
Falmouth (Rawleigh Radford) 183 1
Fowey (Thomas Bulley) 2 0
Gloucester (Arnold Aram) 1 1
Poole (Francis Medcalfe) 33 10 3
Deale (John Power) 8 6
Cowes (Thomas Cole) 57 13 10
Fowey (Charles Jones) 18 4
Penzance (Charles Jones) 1 16 1
Exeter (Richard Score) 27 9
Deale (John Ball) 8 7
ditto (Lancelot Whitehall) 208 16
Bristoll (John Sansome) 2,281 13
Shoreham (Abraham Aldersey) 4 10
Southampton (Adam de Cardonel) 122 4
Whitehaven (John Fotherby) 2 12
Leverpoole (Sir Barnabas Scudamore, late collector) 47 16 6
Chichester (Samuell Bincks) 3 17 6
Leverpoole (Edmund Smith) 79 10
Minehead (Thomas Wolstenholme) 31 13 3
Padstowe (John Bligh) 8 18
Wells (Alexander Middleton) 18 18
Whitehaven (Warwick Arthur) 72 17
40,196 14
out of the Second Additional or Two Third Subsidy which commenced 9 March 1711–12:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt 20,255 16 8
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt 1,304 3 11½
ditto, on the Wine Receipt 26,257 8 0
(total London port 47,817l. 8s. 7½d.)
Outports:
Barnstable (Robert Rowe) 50 0 0
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 21 8
Berwick (George Moore) 8 14
Blackney and Cley (Thomas Shorting) 23 16 4
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 14 9
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 3,975 8 10
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 145 0 0
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 355 10 11
Chichester (Henry Baker) 0 13
Colchester (James Bruce) 39 12
Cowes (John Dale) 100 15
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 1 7
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 49 6
Dover (John Ball) 133 18 10¼
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 459 3
Falmouth (William Pye) 72 0 11
Gweek (Bernard Penrose) 0 8 0
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 133 12 10½
Hull (Hugh Mason) 1,251 18 10
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 231 10 0
Looe (John Dyer) 0 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 584 12
Minehead (Francis Webber) 148 18 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaackson) 450 0 0
Padstow (William Taylor) 11 3 1
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 146 0
Plymouth (David Morris) 93 8
Poole (Thomas Chamberlaine) 87 9
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 761 1
Rochester (John Pope) 182 2 6
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 5 19
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 5 15 5
Scarborough (John Baines) 0 14
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 74 17
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 90 19
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 26 17 2
Truro (Richard Jennings) 16 1
Wells (John Keene) 13 11 10
Whitby (George Trotter) 2 3 0
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 20 14
Wisbech (Robert Twells) 8 9 3
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 332 17
57,950 1 0
(total for the Two-Third Subsidy 98,146l. 15s. 9½d.)
for the New Duty on Coffee, Tea, etc. which commenced 1 May 1701:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt 21,566 2
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt 2,356 12 6
(total London port 23,922l. 14s. 9½d.)
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 8,279 7 0
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 100 0 0
Cowes (John Dale) 51 16 4
Dover (John Ball) 3 0 0
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 60 0 11¾
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 15 5
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 23 2 8
Plymouth (David Morris) 345 5
Portsmouth (Samuell Bincks) 35 7 0
Rochester (John Pope) 9 10 6
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 141 8 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 48 12 10
Exeter (Richard Score) 10 19
Deale (Lancelot Whitehall) 2 16 0
Plymouth (William Peirson) 134 12 6
33,183 18
for the New Additional Duty on Coffee, Tea, etc.:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt 24,668 4
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt 78 18
(total London port 24,747l. 2s. 11d.)
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 690 0 0
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 100 0 0
Cowes (John Dale) 14 18 10
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 0 2 8
Dover (John Ball) 3 0 0
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 31 16
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 17 12 2
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 19 19 10
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 0 4 8
Portsmouth (Samuell Binckes) 30 0 0
Rochester (John Pope) 9 10 6
Sunderland (William Etterick) 2 8 0
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 12 4
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 0 2 6
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 50 3 11½
Exeter (Richard Score) 8 5 11½
Deale (Lancelot Whitehall) 3 2 0
Whitehaven (John Fotherby) 1 14 3
ditto (Warwick Arthur) 4 12 10½
25,747 1 10¾
for the Second 25 per cent. on French goods:
London port (Sir John Shaw) 982 4 11
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 687 10 0
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 8 12
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 108 0 0
Bydiford (John Bolitho) 384 3
2,170 11
for the Duty of 25l. per ton on French Prize Wine:
London port (Sir John Shaw, on the Wine Receipt) 4,087 15 11½
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 1,605 19 4
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 9 19
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 19 8 10½
Dover (John Ball) 0 15 10¼
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 10 18 3
Falmouth (William Pye) 463 12
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 13 16
Liverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 12 7 11¼
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 94 0 8
Newcastle (Anthony Isaackson) 0 17 10½
Padstow (William Taylor) 20 7 9
Penzance (Richard Score) 36 2 9
Plymouth (David Morris) 424 2 0
Poole (Thomas Chamberlaine) 18 15 0
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 1,315 17 7
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 6 9 11½
Swanzey (William Gwyn) 31 5 0
Truro (Richard Jennings) 2 7
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 130 0 0
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 0 13 10½
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 3 16 5
Fowey (Thomas Bulley) 15 9 7
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 101 16 1
8,426 17
for the Duty of 25l. per tonn on French Wine imported:
London port (Sir John Shaw, on the Wine Receipt) 7,066 1 7
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 60 5 6
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 803 8
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 2,582 2
Chichester (Henry Baker) 9 2
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 3 13
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 16 7
Dover (John Ball) 260 5 3
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 31 2
Falmouth (William Pye) 16 17
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 188 13 1
Milford (William Goodacre) 31 5 0
Minehead (Francis Webber) 85 0 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaackson) 12 10 0
Portsmouth (Samuel Binckes) 25 0 0
Rye (George Shuckburgh) 14 16
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 166 0 0
11,372 9 11¾
for the Duty on Whale fins which determined 31 July 1710:
Whitehaven (Warwick Arthur) 1 6 3
ditto (John Fotherby) 4 7 3
5 13 6
for the Duty on Whale fins which determined 31 July 1712:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt 3,212 1
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt 116 2 10
Outports:
Hull (Hugh Mason) 21 7
3,349 10 11
for the Duty on Whale fins which commenced 1 Aug. 1712:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt 1,877 19
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt 33 19 10
1,911 18 10½
total for the Duty on Whale fins 5,267l. 3s. 3½d.
for the Duty on Coals which determined 14 May 1703:
Yarmouth (Thomas Clark, late collector) 22 15 11½
for the Duty on Coals which determined 14 May 1708:
Yarmouth (Thomas Clarke, late collector) 214 15
Exeter (Richard Score) 0 10
Lynn (John Kent) 400 0 0
Dover (Lancelott Whitehall and William Veele) 0 0
Truro (Charles Northcote) 0 0 1
Bydiford (John Bolitho) 2 6 4
617 13
out of the Duty on Coals which determined 29 Sept. 1710:
London port (interest on bonds received from several merchants) 9 5 11½
Bristol (Jacob Reynardson) 60 0 0
Bydeford (Charles Jones) 120 9
Chichester (Henry Baker) 11 19
Padstow (William Taylor) 21 18
Wells (John Keene) 14 10 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Clarke, late collector) 747 18 11
Exeter (Richard Score) 25 16
Lynn (John Kent) 600 0 0
Wells (Alexander Middleton) 92 15 0
Whitehaven (Warwick Arthur) 6 9
Ipswich (John Knackstone) 300 0 0
Shoreham (Abraham Aldersey) 35 2
2,046 4 7
out of the Duty of 3s. per chaldron on Coals which commenced 30 Sept. 1710:
London port:
Richard Peirce, Receiver of the Duties on Coals, in money 49,249 18
ditto, in bonds 4,623 5 3
interest on bonds received of several merchants 110 14
(total London port 53,983l. 17s. 9¼d.)
Outports:
Aldeburgh (James Syred) 169 1 2
Barnstable (Robert Rowe) 293 7
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 113 14
Berwick (George Moore) 6 14
Blackney and Cley (Thomas Shorting) 263 16 10¼
Boston (Samuell Oldfield) 1,393 12 11
Bridgwater (Nicholas Jeffrys) 435 0 0
Bridlington (John Bower) 436 5 6
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 209 4 10¼
Cardiff (William Morgan) 0 17 10¾
Chichester (Henry Baker) 39 13 10
Colchester (James Bruce) 580 1 11¾
Cowes (John Dale) 59 7 11¼
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 50 3
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 141 10
Dover (John Ball) 310 5
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 274 8 3
Falmouth (William Pye) 95 16
Feversham (John Smalman) 365 0 6
Gloucester (Richard Cossley) 55 11 10¾
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 554 12
Hull (Hugh Mason) 1,053 7
Ipswich (Samuell Kettleby) 874 5
Lancaster (Joseph Bently) 18 0
Leigh (Charles Horwell) 96 17
Lynn (Henry Hare) 3,917 2
Maldon (Peter Robjent) 505 0 9
Minehead (Francis Webber) 337 9 7
Newhaven (Alexander Shoebridge) 12 0 0
Padstowe (William Taylor) 158 14 0
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 31 18 4
Penzance (Richard Score) 3 19
Plymouth (David Morris) 494 6
Poole (Thomas Chamberlaine) 49 1
Portsmouth (Samuel Binckes) 769 12 11¾
Poulton (William Jennings) 0 2
Rochester (John Pope) 788 13 9
Rye (George Shuckburgh) 7 7 6
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 143 0 11½
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 753 9
Scarborough (John Baines) 248 13 4
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 355 4 5
Southwold (Edward Davies) 188 6
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 21 16 2
Swanzey (William Gwyn) 41 7 0
Truro (Richard Jennings) 44 12 6
Wells (John Keene) 668 6
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 114 16 9
Whitby (George Trotter) 1,143 19
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 3 5
Wisbech (Robert Twells) 247 5 6
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 275 18
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 4,657 12
Bridgewater (William Cornish) 421 0
Shoreham (John Goldham) 5 17
Exeter (Richard Score) 11 2 9
Poole (Francis Mecalfe) 18 14 11¾
Shoreham (Abraham Aldersey) 4 0
78,318 15 8
out of the Duty of 2s. per chaldron on Coal which commenced 9 March 1710–11:
London port:
Richard Peirce, in money 32,833 5 4
ditto, in bonds 3,082 3 6
interest on bonds received of several merchants 53 7
(total London port 35,968l. 15s. 10½d.)
Outports:
Aldburgh (James Syred) 110 13
Barnstable (Robert Rowe) 177 7
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 65 4
Berwick (George Moore) 4 9
Blackney and Cley (Thomas Shorting) 175 17
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 950 8 8
Bridgewater (Nicholas Jefferys) 290 0 0
Bridlington (John Bower) 289 13 3
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 230 0 0
Cardiff (William Morgan) 0 11 11
Chichester (Henry Baker) 24 0
Colchester (James Bruce) 403 15
Cowes (John Dale) 38 11 3
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 33 9
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 89 10 10½
Dover (John Ball) 206 18
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 192 0
Falmouth (William Pye) 63 17
Faversham (John Smallman) 243 6 11½
Gloucester (Richard Cossley) 37 1 0
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 385 15
Hull (Hugh Mason) 561 3 10
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 650 16 2
Lancaster (Joseph Bently) 12 0
Leigh (Charles Horwell) 64 11
Lynn (Henry Hare) 2,604 6 8
Maldon (Peter Robjent) 269 8 0
Minehead (Francis Webber) 285 13 0
Newhaven (Alexander Shoebridge) 8 2 8
Padstowe (William Taylor) 105 13 10
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 21 4
Penzance (Richard Score) nil
Plymouth (David Morris) 292 13 10¼
Poole (Thomas Chamberlaine) 30 16
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 451 16 2
Poulton (William Jennings) 0 1 10
Rochester (John Pope) 531 16 4
Rye (George Shuckburgh) 4 18 4
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 100 8
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 455 16
Scarborough (John Baines) 206 9
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 243 16 0
Southwold (Edward Davies) 124 7 0
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 11 4
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 23 4
Truro (Richard Jennings) 45 11
Wells (John Keene) 476 14
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 76 1 10¼
Whitby (George Trotter) 763 10
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 2 3
Wisbech (Robert Twells) 131 10 4
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 167 3
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 3,128 11
Bridgwater (William Cornish) 269 12
Shoreham (John Goldham) 30 11
Poole (Francis Medcalfe) 12 10
52,145 19 1
total for the Duties on Coals 133,151l. 8s. 5¼d.
for the Duty of 15l. per cent. on Muslins, etc.:
London port (Sir John Shaw) 56,655 4
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 6 13 10½
56,661 18 0
for the Coinage Duty:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on Wines 5,308 10 5
ditto, on Brandy and Mum 247 7
(total London port, 5,555l. 18s. 0½d.)
Outports:
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 10 12
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 2 5
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 786 5 10
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 84 3 10¼
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 60 0 0
Chichester (Henry Baker) 0 8 11¾
Colchester (James Bruce) 0 2 6
Cowes (John Dale) 0 17
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 2 5 11
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 14 8 11¼
ditto (Lancelot Whitehall) 72 8 4
Dover (John Ball) 37 13 11¾
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 118 2
ditto (Richard Score, late collector) 8 16 2
Falmouth (William Pye) 21 8 4
Fowey (Joseph Pilson) 2 6 10½
ditto (Charles Jones, late collector) 0 1
ditto (Thomas Bulley) 0 8
Gweek (Bernard Penrose) 0 1
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 3 4 0
Hull (Hugh Mason) 163 5
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 10 13
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 25 19
Looe (John Dyer) 0 3 1
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 10 5
Lynn (Henry Hare) 150 0 0
Minehead (Francis Webber) 15 12
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 38 15
Padstow (William Taylor) 6 11
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 50 5
Penzance (Richard Score) 3 9
Plymouth (David Morris) 25 0 0
Poole (Thomas Chamberlain) 27 1
Poole (Francis Medcalfe) 0 2 7
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 79 17 1
Rochester (John Pope) 13 13 6
Rye (George Shuckburgh) 7 0 10½
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 0 0
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 116 16 0
Swansey (William Gwynn) 1 7 0
Truro (Richard Jennings) 0 1
Whitby (George Trotter) 0 16
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 0 0
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 30 0 0
Whitehaven (John Fotherby) 2 9
ditto (Warwick Arthur) 10 7 11¼
ditto (Alfrid Lawson) 7 15 9
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 59 4
ditto (Thomas Clarke) 0 1
7,638 15
for the Duty ofper cent.:
Thomas Scott, Husband for Plantation Goods 13,286 9
Samuell Cox, late collector at Barbadoes 400 0 0
Alexander Keene, late collector at Bridgtown in Barbadoes 100 0 0
13,786 9
for the Enumerated Duties:
William Sharpe, late collector at Barbadoes 276 16 5
William Gerrish, collector at Mountserrat 211 17 3
Peter Beckford, collector at Jamaica 156 12 0
Thomas Edwards, collector at Barbadoes 124 15 0
770 0 8
for the Prize Duties from the Plantations:
Peter Beckford, collector of Jamaica 164 14 0
Thomas Edwards, collector at Barbadoes 688 12 0
Thomas Byerly, collector at New York 1,213 6 8
2,066 12 8
for the Impost 1709 on Pepper, Raisins, etc.:
London port (Sir John Shaw, Receiver) 20,412 1
Aldburgh (James Syred) 1 13 9
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 5,164 4 5
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 170 0 0
Cowes (John Dale) 0 8
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 4 4
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 9 11 4
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 207 11
Falmouth (William Pye) 60 17
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 4 2
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 140 0 0
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 50 15 0
Minehead (Francis Webber) 262 17 7
Plymouth (David Morris) 189 11 0
Portsmouth (Samuell Bincks) 97 17 6
Rochester (John Pope) 37 6 10
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 4 2
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 101 16 3
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 47 10 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 212 7
Fowey (Thomas Bulley, late collector) 1 7
Poole (Francis Medcalfe) 70 4
Shoreham (Abraham Aldersey) 3 13 10¼
Exeter (Richard Score) 7 2 1
27,261 7
for the New Duty on Goods exported:
London port:
Sir Thomas Crisp for Custom on Subsidy Goods Outwards 17,044 10 1
Timothy Thornbury for Custom on Leather 352 13
Charles Crisp for ditto 470 1
Richard Miller for Custom on White Woollen Cloth 701 0 0
(total London port 18,568l. 5s. 3d.)
Outports:
Barnstable (Robert Rowe) 1 1 10¼
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 57 9
Berwick (George Moore) 2 9 6
Blackney and Cley (Thomas Shorting) 0 6 0
Bridlington (John Bower) 17 5
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 3,312 0 11
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 35 12
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 2,142 10 1
Colchester (James Bruce) 70 8 0
Cowes (John Dale) 4 6
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 13 15 10½
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 20 14 0
Dover (John Ball) 48 6
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 34 12
Falmouth (William Pye) 195 8
Feversham (John Smallman) 20 0 0
Gloucester (Richard Cossley) 8 7 6
Gweeke (Bernard Penrose) 3 11
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 274 3
Hull (Hugh Mason) 2,973 0 11¾
Ipswich (Samuell Kettilby) 31 1 7
Lancaster (Joseph Bently) 66 12
Lanelthy (John Philips) 18 10 6
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 720 16 9
Milford (William Goodacre) 20 0 0
Minehead (Francis Webber) 16 12
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 2,786 16
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 205 4
Plymouth (David Morrice) 58 19 0
Poole (Thomas Chamberlain) 8 16
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 67 9
Poulton (William Jennings) 1 16 0
Rochester (John Pope) 58 7 9
Scarborough (John Baynes) 409 5 10¼
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 53 18
Southwold (Edward Davis) 4 17 8
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 855 4
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 691 5 6
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 178 6 0
Truro (Richard Jennings) 404 18
Whitby (George Trotter) 30 12
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 0 10
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 1,530 5
Poole (Francis Medcalfe) 3 19
36,028 2
(total Outports 17,459l. 17s. 6½d.)
out of the New Duty on Hides etc.:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 1,592 15 2
ditto, on Plantation goods 78 8 4
(total London port 1,671l. 3s. 6d.)
Outports:
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 0 11 9
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 150 0 0
Cowes (John Dale) 1 19 1
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 1 4
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 1 16 4
Portsmouth (Samuell Bincks) 1 10 0
Truro (Richard Jennings) 0 14 0
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 2 7 6
1,831 6
(total Outports 160l. 2s. 11¾d.)
out of the Additional Duty on Hides:
London port:
Sir John Shaw on the Grand Receipt 8,896 6 0
ditto on Plantation goods 30 1 9
(total London port 8,926l. 7s. 9d.)
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 332 0 0
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 3 18 9
9,262 6 6
(total for the New and Additional Duties on Hides 11,093l. 12s. 11¾d.)
out of the Duty on Candles:
London port: Sir John Shaw on the Grand Receipt 1 18 11½
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 0 16
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 0 2 0
Cowes (John Dale) 0 2 0
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 24 14 9
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 0 2 11
27 17
out of the Additional Duty on Candles:
London port (Sir John Shaw, bt.) 1 18 11½
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 0 9
Cowes (John Dale) 0 2 0
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 21 0 11
23 10 11¾
(total for the New and Additional Duties on Candles 51l. 8s. 2½d.)
for the New Duty on Rock Salt exported:
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 531 9 8
for the Duty on Hops:
Sir John Shaw 2 16 0
for the New Duty on Soap:
London port: Sir John Shaw, on the £ s. d.
Grand Receipt 4,640 9
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 0 10 0
Dover (John Ball) 2 12
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 56 6 4
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 50 0 0
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 0 9 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 9 5 10¼
4,759 13
total Receipts for the Customs and New Duties as above 1,437,704l. 5s. 9½d.
money received of the Receiver General of Customs in Scotland:
on account of the Customs which determined 31 July 1712 862 9 11
more received for salaries of clerks employed in registering the trading ships of Scotland 50 0 0
912 9 11
total charge and receipts £1,674,365 7
Discharge. £ s. d.
Salaries of the Commissioners and other Officers of the Customs:
Charles Godolphin, Sir John Werden, and Sir John Stanley for a year to Mich. 1712; Sir Matthew Dudley, bt., Thomas Newport, William Culliford and John Shute, Mich. 1711 to 25 Jan. 1711–12; Mathew Prior, John Bridges, Robert Williamson and Edward Gibbons 25 Jan. 1711–12 to Mich. 1712; Commissioners, at 1,000l. per annum each 7,000 0 0
Charles Godolphin, Registrar General of all Trading Ships 500 0 0
Charles Karkesse, Secretary to the Commissioners, for himself and clerks (three items) 690 0 0
John Manley, Plantation and Western Clerk 130 0 0
John Brydges and Robert Stevens, as Solicitor 300 0 0
George Medcalf, their Assistant 100 0 0
Charles Davenant, Inspector General, for himself and clerk 1,200 0 0
Arnold Sansom, Comptroller of Issues and Payments, for himself and clerks 580 0 0
George Langton, Inspector of the Out-port Collectors' Accompts, ditto 600 0 0
William Taylour, Usher, for a house-keeper etc. 237 0 0
the Staff of the Receiver General's Office 340 0 0
William Leech, Paymaster of the Incidents 40 0 0
Clerks (named) employed on the General Register of Shipping 160 0 0
four Examiners of the Outport Books 200 0 0
Harry Roynon, Examiner of the sufficiency of Officers' Securities 94 19 8
Henry Baker, Surveyor General of the Riding Officers 500 0 0
Thomas Hudson, Viewer of Tobacco Inwards and Outwards 200 0 0
Officers of the Warehouse (named) 390 0 0
Maurice Berchfeild, the Commissioners' Correspondent in Ireland 100 0 0
Officers of the Warehouses for prohibited East India goods (named) 282 0 11
Stephen Scott, Surveyor of the Navigation Act 51 19 9
Erasmus Evans and Edward Orton, Inspectors of the River Thames 120 0 0
watermen, appraisers, cooper, surveyor of the landcarriage, landcarriagemen, surveyor of the coastwaiters, coastwaiters, solicitor for coast bonds, clerks of the coast business, oarsmen, watchmen, noon tenders, weighing porters, computer, examiners, copying clerks, surveyor and two wine tasters, land surveyors, land waiters, tide surveyors, tidesmen, jerquers, searchers etc. (some named) 14,176 1 0
27,992 1 4
fees and allowances to the Patent Officers of of the Port of London:
Rowland Holt, Comptroller General 1,000 0 0
Sir John Shaw, bt., and Charles Shaw, Collector Inwards 466 13 4
Sir Thomas Crisp, Collector Outwards 276 13 4
the heirs of the Hon. Andrew Newport and James Halsell, Surveyor General 500 0 0
Charles Downing, Comptroller of the Great and Petty Customs 255 0 0
Thomas Gibson and others, Surveyor of the Petty Customs 300 0 0
Henry Ferne, this Accomptant 1,000 0 0
Sir William Fowles, Head Searcher, and the Undersearchers 180 0 0
Richard Bretton, Comptroller of the Petty and Pretermitted Customs 200 0 0
Timothy Thornbury, Collector of the Customs etc. on wool 36 7 4
John Needler, Comptroller of the Great and Petty Customs 30 0 0
George Hutchinson, Register of Seizures 200 0 0
Daniel Lawrence, Customer of the Petty Customs 62 6 8
Richard Miller, Customer of Woollen Cloth 5 0 0
Christopher Tilson for making out an accompt 150 0 0
Searchers, Queen's waiters, etc 924 0 8
5,586 1 4
fees and allowances to the Patent Officers in the Outports (detailed) 2,096 7 7
fees and salaries of the Customs Officers in the Foreign Plantations:
William Alexander at Philadelphia, Pensilvania (1½ years) 120 0 0
Robert Armstrong at Piscataway, New England 100 0 0
Thomas Byerly at New York 55 0 0
Charles Blechendine at Salem and Marble Head, New England (half year) 50 0 0
William Buckner at York River, Virginia 40 0 0
Henry Brook at Lewis, Pensilvania (1½ years with boat and boatmen) 175 0 0
Maurice Birchfeild, Surveyor General of North America (for himself and clerk) 415 0 0
Thomas Broughton at Charles Town, S. Carolina (1½ years) 90 0 0
William Bladen, at Annapolis, Maryland (3 years) 180 0 0
Archibald Cummings, Newfoundland 150 0 0
Richard Chichester at Rapahanock River, Virginia 80 0 0
Nathaniel Chevin at Roanoak, North Carolina 40 0 0
William Carter, at New York 55 0 0
Thomas Collier at Williamstadt, Maryland (3 years) 105 0 0
William Dyre, Delaware Bay 50 0 0
John Dansey at Potuxen District, Maryland, 15 Nov. 1709 to Midsummer 1712 208 15 4
William Fasset at Wiccomoco and Munni, Maryland (1½ years) 60 0 0
Thomas Farmer at Perth Amboy, East Jersey (same time) 60 0 0
John Graves, Bahama Islands 70 0 0
Peter Jacob Guerard at Currituck, North Carolina (1½ years) 75 0 0
Edward Hill at the Upper District of James River, Virginia 40 0 0
John Jekyll at Boston, New England 100 0 0
Nathaniel Kay, Rhode Island, New England 100 0 0
Stephen Knight at Bahama and Sassafras, Maryland 50 0 0
Samuell Lowman at Newcastle, Pensilvania (1½ years with boat and watermen) 195 0 0
John Manley, Plantation clerk 100 0 0
John Moore at Philadelphia, Pensilvania 160 0 0
John Phelps, at Potomack, Maryland (1½ years) 90 0 0
Edward Price, ditto (3 years) 180 0 0
Col. Robert Quarry, Surveyor General of the Southern Continent of America (for himself, a clerk, a boat and two boatmen) 495 0 0
John Rolfe at Bidlington, West Jersey 40 0 0
Henry Scarborough at Accomack and Northampton Counties, Virginia 40 0 0
Robert Snead at Cape Charles, Virginia (1½ years) 75 0 0
3,843 15 4
annual and accidental payments out of the Customs:
Sir John Cope, bt., for the ground-rent of the Customhouse 274 0 0
Inferior Officers' taxes 777 12 0
Exchequer fees, detailed 80 12 4
the Queen's Remembrancer's fees (to John Morgan, Deputy to Simon, Viscount Fanshaw) 45 12 0
more to John Morgan for parchment etc. 489 19 8
the free fishermen of Middleton hundred, co. Kent, for damage sustained by ships performing quarantine in Standgate Creek oyster grounds 350 0 0
this Accomptant for levying tallies etc. 704 13 4
Edward Harley for the auditor's fee 410 0 0
Arthur Mainwaring for auditing the General Account of the Customs to Christmas 1707 500 0 0
3,632 9 4
sundry annual payments and allowances, detailed:
out of the New Additional Impositions 110 0 0
out of the New Subsidy 150 0 0
out of the One-Third Subsidy 60 0 0
out of the Two-Third Subsidy 110 0 0
out of the Duty on Coffee, Tea, etc. 20 0 0
out of the Duty on Coffee, Tea, 15 per cent. on Calicoes, etc. 190 0 0
out of the Duty of 25l. per ton on French Wines 30 0 0
out of the Duty on Whale-fins 20 0 0
out of the Duty of 3s. per chaldron on Coals 702 10 11½
out of the Additional Duty of 2s. per chaldron on Coals 161 13 11
out of the Duty of 15 per cent. on Muslins 440 0 0
out of the Coinage Duty 274 12 6
out of the Duty of 4½ per cent. 5,084 10 6
out of the Enumerated Duties 5 0 0
out of the New Duty on Hides 42 2 9
out of the Duty on Soap 37 3 0
7,437 13
sundry incident charges and disbursements in managing the affairs of the Customs in London port, detailed at length with names of tradesmen, etc. 28,182 9 10¼
(total for salaries, annual payments and incident charges 78,770l. 18s. 4¾d.)
money allowed for damaged and over-entered goods, for portage money, and for goods exported:
damages and over-entries 7,745 16
repaid upon portage bills 1,744 12 8
repaid upon debentures for goods exported: £ s. d.
out of the Customs 81,930 3
ditto for corn exported 33,782 8
out of the New and Additional Impositions to 31 July 1710 242 15
out of ditto to 31 July 1712 4,758 9 10½
out of ditto from 1 Aug. 1712 276 9
out of the New Subsidy from 8 March 1701–2 66,154 4
out of the Additional Subsidy to 8 March 1706–7 384 1
out of ditto from 8 March 1706–7 21,346 5
out of the second Additional or Two-Third Subsidy to 8 March 1711–12 5,962 13 1
out of ditto from 9 March 1711 4,363 3 0
out of the New Duty on Coffee, etc. from 1 May 1701 1,771 4
out of the [Additional] Duty on Coffee, Tea, etc. and 15 per cent, on Calicoes 9,742 17 11½
out of the Duty on Whale Fins to 31 July 1710 5 13 6
out of ditto to 31 July 1712 133 5 3
out of ditto from 1 Aug. 1712 166 10 0
out of the Duty on Coals to 29 Sept. 1710 23 3 10
out of the Duty of 3s. a chaldron on Coals from 30 Sept. 1710 92 11 11
out of the Duty on Coals from 9 Sept. 1710 49 19 11½
out of the Duty of 15 per cent. on Muslins 40,697 16 8
out of the Coinage Duty 40 3
out of the Duty on Pepper, Raisins, etc. 3,166 6
out of the New Duty on Hides and Skins 5 4 0
275,095 11
money paid into the Exchequer, detailed by months:
out of the Customs which determined 31 July 1712 167,163 12 7
out of the Customs which commenced 1 Aug. 1712 86,823 17 8
(total for Customs 253,987l. 10s. 3d.)
out of the Additional Impositions which determined 31 July 1710 513 0
out of the Additional Impositions which determined 31 July 1712 26,995 17 11
out of the Additional Impositions which commenced 1 Aug. 1712 10,080 15
(total for the Additional Impositions 37,589l. 13s. 5d.)
out of the New Subsidy which determined 1 Feb. 1699–1700 308 3 11
out of the New Subsidy which determined 8 March 1701–2 402 13 7
out of the New Subsidy which commenced 8 March 1701–2 226,636 9
(total for the New Subsidy 227,347l. 6s. 11½d.)
out of the Additional or One-Third Subsidy which determined 8 March 1706–7 158 9
out of the Additional or One-Third Subsidy which commenced 8 March 1706–7 75,497 11 11½
(total out of the One-Third Subsidy 75,656l. 1s. 9d.)
out of the Second Additional or Two-Third Subsidy which determined 8 March 1711–12 33,707 9 4
out of the Second Additional or Two-Third Subsidy which commenced 9 March 1711–12 53,165 0 10½
(total out of the Two-Third Subsidy 86,872l. 10s. 2½d.)
out of the New Duty on Coffee, Tea etc. which commenced 1 May 1701 30,876 0 4
out of the New Additional Duty, on Coffee, Tea etc. 15,673 2
(total out of the Duties on Coffee, Tea etc. 46,549l. 3s. 0½d.)
out of the Second 25 per cent, on French goods and out of the Duty of 25l. per ton on French Prize Wine 8,402 12
out of the Duty of 25l. per ton on French Wine imported 13,325 3
out of the Duty on Whale-fins which determined 31 July 1712 3,208 15 1
out of the Duty on Whale-fins which commenced 1 Aug. 1712 1,726 17 2
(total for the Duty on Whale-fins 4,935l. 12s. 3d.)
out of the Duty on Coals which determined 14 May 1703 42 10 11½
out of the Duty on Coals which determined 14 May 1708 617 13
out of the Duty on Coals which determined 29 Sept. 1710 2,106 5 0
out of the Duty of 3s. per chaldron on Coals which commenced 30 Sept. 1710 77,630 0 9
out of the Duty of 2s. per chaldron on Coals which commenced 9 March 1710–11 51,441 16
(total out of the New Duties on Coals 131,838l. 6s. 6½d.)
out of the Duty of 15 per cent. on Muslins 15,524 1 4
out of the Coinage Duty 7,318 6
out of the Duty of 4½ per cent 8,701 19
out of the Enumerated Duties 770 0 8
out of the Prize Duties from the Plantations 2,066 12 8
out of the Impost 1709 on Pepper, Raisins etc. 23,321 4 6
out of the New Duty on Goods Exported 36,028 3
out of the New Duty on Hides 1,732 7 5
out of the Additional Duty on Hides 9,251 10 6
(total out of the Duties on Hides 10,983l. 17s. 11d.)
out of the New Duty on Candles 27 17 3
out of the Additional Duty on Candles 23 11 0
(total out of the Candle Duties 51l. 8s. 3d.)
out of the New Duty on Rock Salt Exported 531 9 8
out of the New Duty on Soap 4,554 18
out of the New Duty on Hops 2 16 0
996,358 18 10
money paid for the salaries of extraordinary clerks employed in registering the trading ships of Scotland 50 0 0
total payments and allowances £1,359,765 17 4
and so remains 314,599l. 9s. 11½d.
bonds remaining in the Accomptant's hands 305,560 12
South Sea stock remaining 1,357 4
depending on sundry persons for money imprested to them:
£ s. d.
in the accompt of John Knight, late Receiver General, from Michaelmas 1696 to 23 Oct. 1697, detailed 475 0 0
ditto of Richard Hutchinson, late Receiver General 50 0 0
and on James Ball and John Cannon, Riding Officers in Kent 30 0 0
555 0 0
sum total of the bonds, debentures and supers aforesaid £307,472 16
and so this accomptant is Indebted 7,126 13 4
Declared 24 March 1714–15.