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Declared Accounts: Excise

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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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Excise

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: EXCISE: GENERAL ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1435 [E351/1435].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1079, ROLL 730 [A.O.1/1079/730].
The Commissioners and Governors of Excise.
24 June 1711 (exclusive) to 24 June 1712 (inclusive).
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in neat money at 24 June 1711 57,088 18
remaining due from sundry brewers and others in the Country Collections 33,141 18
ditto, ditto, in London 13,048 13
remaining due from sundry former Collectors in the Country 25,034 3
resting due from sundry present Collectors in the Country 3,291 3 11
and from Edward Hyrne, late Collector in London port (101l. 9s. 6¾d.) and from John Franks and John Courtney upon bond for the Duty on Brandy imported in London (170l. 2s. 0d.) 271 11
and from Patricius Roberts, late Collector of London Port 139 17
resting due from several Collectors of Imported Liquors in the Outports (941l. 0s. 7d.) and from Richard Butler upon bond for the Duty on Imported Liquors, Plymouth port (37l. 13s. 4d.) 978 13 11
resting due from several persons concerned in collecting the Duties on Coffee, Cyder and Mead, etc. in London 1,316 8 8
resting due from the Treasurer of the Navy for several bills drawn on him 99 6 1
resting to be accompted for by several noblemen and others for money taken up in the time of the late Revolution [of 1688] 18,723 12
money imprested to the Cashier 500 0 0
153,634 7 11¼
Receipts: the whole Produce of the Excise due and payable for a year to 24 June inclusive:
produce of the several Country Collections 677,919 12
produce of the Excise in London, Westminster and Bills of Mortality 317,258 5 3
produce of the Excise for Imported Liquors, London port and Outports 26,297 9
received from John Haines, Clerk to the Register, for the Queen's part of London fines 227 11 3
1,021,702 18 7
sundry additions and overbalances etc.:
rent of a part of the old Excise office in Broad Street; three quarters to 29 Sept. 1711 84 0 0
money received from Francis Audley, Land Tax Collector in Essex, for an overpayment by William Milton, Collector of Excise 2 0 0
over balance due to Edward Pilsworth, junior, formerly a clerk in the Distillery Office 8 2 8
balances due to several Country Collectors (Thomas Strong, Northampton; Charles Fryth, Sheffield; William Feast, Cambridge; Edmund Aram, Cornwall; Peter Brougham, Cumberland; John Jepson, Durham; Edward Heming, Hereford; Richard Patterson, Lynn; John Meadows, Oxford; Charles Faile, Sheffield; Benjamin Everrad, Sussex; John Vero, Taunton; Powlett Asterley, Taunton; John Ferryman, Wales Middle; Francis Davis, Wales North; William Walbank, Norwich; amounts shown in each case) 249 6 11¾
balances due to Collectors in Outports (Rowland Davies, Cardiff port; Walter Aldey, Chepstow port; Anthony Isaacson, Newcastle port; Samuel Bincks, Portsmouth port; George Shuckburgh, Rye port; Thomas Chamberlaine, Poole port) 1 11 11½
gross produce of the Duty on Sweets intermixed in vouchers with Exciseable Liquors 91 1
436 3 5
total charge and receipts £1,175,773 9 11¼
Discharge.
Overbalances due to several Collectors and others from the preceding Accompt:
to Edward Pilsworth, junior [as above] 8 2 8
to several Country Collectors, not detailed here 187 1 0
to several Collectors in the Outports, ditto 41 10 10½
236 14
salaries, riding charges, incidents etc.:
Collectors' salaries in the Country etc. 70,225 16 10¾
riding charges of Country Collectors 4,832 19 0
incident charges 1,727 14 3
Officers' taxes 6,693 17
charges in returning money to London 429 6
to Edward Noell (104l. 11s. 5d.), James Vernon (144l.), Nicholas Pollexfen (113l. 2s. 10¼d.) and Whitlock Bulstrod (80l. 11s. 5d.), Commissioners of Excise, for travelling expenses 442 5
84,351 19
allowances for Exciseable Liquors exported as merchandise etc.:
allowances for Liquors exported 668 14
allowances pursuant to Justices'warrants 153 7
allowance to the fishermen of Great Yarmouth in consideration of their payment of Excise on strong beer provided for their North Sea and herring fishing for a year to Mich. 1711; by Treasury warrant of 15 Dec. 1711 160 0 0
982 2
exports and over-charges allowed in London:
to sundry brewers for beer exported 224 6 4
ditto for cyder exported 1 0 0
to sundry brewers for overcharges 359 8
to several distillers ditto on Low Wines 38 18 7
to sundry persons for cyder overcharged 13 15
and for mead overcharged 1 3 10
638 13
allowances in the port of London and Outports:
necessary and incident charges, London port 419 2 7
allowance for brandy overcharged 31 3 4
poundage and salaries in the Outports 376 3
incident charges, ditto 60 4 1
886 13
(total London port 450l. 5s. 11d., Outports 436l. 7s. 6¾d.)
total for salaries and other allowances as above 86,859l. 8s. 6¾d.
ready money received and had and particularly accompted for 912,329 13 10½
total payments and allowances £999,425 16 11¾
and then remains 176,347 12 11½
whereof
neat money unaccompted for, to be charged in the next year's Accompt 79,398 4
remaining in arrear and unpaid by sundry brewers etc. in the several Counties in England and Wales 33,481 18 9
ditto in London (beer and ale 4,512l. 19s. 8¾d., strong waters 1,148l. 10s. 10¼d., low wines 2,492l. 8s. 11½d., coffee 2,832l. 5s. 10d., cyder 1,314l. 2s. 10½d., mead 476l. 18s. 11d., and sweets 285l. 19s. 2¼d.) 13,063 6
46,545 5
arrears unpaid by Collectors and others for the balances of their Accompts and bills of exchange, detailed (George Murry, late Collector of Bedford; Richard Tooth, Collector of Bristoll, for a bill on the Earl of Danby; William Leggon, for bills of exchange unpaid; Henry Benson, late Collector of Durham; Sir Edward Bathurst and Ralph Deane, late Collectors of Gloucester; Ambrose Thelwall, late Collector of Hertford; Francis Hill and Thomas Benson, late Collectors of Lancaster; John Stephenson, late Collector of Northumberland; Thomas Coweden, late Collector of Norfolk; William Hornby, late Collector of Hertford, Lincoln North, Middlesex and Surrey; John Kiffen, late Collector of York South West; Rivers Dickenson, received of Andrew Clayton, late Collector of Middlesex and Surrey; Simon Donjoy, late Collector of Surrey; George Newton, late Collector of Wales East; John Trotman and Thomas Jervis, late Officers in Wales Middle; William Benson and Ephraim Sandford, late Collectors of Westmorland; Richard Andrewson, late Collector of Wales North; Ferdinando Hudleston, late Collector of York North; John Jennings, late Collector of Worcester; Thomas Bird, late Collector of Oxford and Berks.; Richard Braynton, received of Thomas Clark, late Collector of Hereford and Worcester; John Crundell, for the remainder of his note for 159l. 10s. 7d.; Peter Parr and Arthur Jefferies for part of a bill of 150l. on accompt of John Lyford, Collector of Hants.; Joseph Field, remainder of two bills taken of John Rampley, late Collector, Suffolk; Sara Dodd, remainder of two bills of exchange; John Gwin upon a bond in Hereford and Worcester Collections; John Grocer for a bill in Suffolk Collection, and part of a bill relating to Worcester Collection; Jacob Sheldrake for a bill relating to Macclesfield Collection; Henry Willet, late Collector of Suffolk; Thomas Woodward for bills in Derby Collection; Joseph Reynoldson for bills of exchange; Thomas Combe, late Collector of Canterbury; John Powell, late Collector of Exeter; John Hill, late Collector of Lancaster; Francis Johnson, late Collector of Taunton; Ralph Leicester, late Collector of Westmorland; Edmund Carter, received of William Hornby, late Collector of Hertford; Benjamin Child, part of a bill received of Charles Parry, late Collector of Reading; Charles Wind, late Collector of Chester; William Raine, late Collector of Lancaster; Thomas Bretten, late Collector of Hants.) 25,034 15 6
remaining in arrear and unpaid by several Collectors for the balances of this year's Accompts 3,468 7 2
remaining in arrear from Edward Herne and from John Franks and John Courtney in the port of London 271 11
remaining in arrear for balances due from several former and present Collectors in the Outports on this year's Accompts and from Richard Butler, late Collector of Plymouth port for the duty of Brandy on bond, detailed 990 2
remaining in arrear and unpaid for balances due from sundry Collectors etc. in London, detailed:
£ s. d.
London distillery 389 19 8
London coffee 329 18
London cyder 142 9
London mead 447 8
London sweets 6 12 0
1,316 8 8
remaining unpaid on several bills of exchange drawn upon the Navy Treasurer, detailed 99 6 1
(total in arrear and unpaid by Collectors and others 31,180l. 11s. 6½d.)
depending upon several noblemen and others for money taken up in the time of the late Revolution 18,723 12
imprest money in the hands of the Commissioners or their Cashier 500 0 0
sum total of the supers to balance the Accompt £176,347 12 11½
Declared 17 July 1717.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: EXCISE: CASH ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1356 [E351/1356].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 912, ROLL 97 [A.O.1/912/97].
The Commissioners and Governors of Excise.
24 June 1711 to 24 June 1712.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining as by the end of the last Cash Accompt 15,765 16 9
depending upon the late Sub-Commissioners, Farmers and others for arrears due before 25 Dec. 1660 32,605 6
depending upon the late Sub-Commissioners, Farmers and others for receipts in the years 1661 and 1662, for rents at Mich. 1665, Mids. 1668 and Mids. 1674, and for money paid without sufficient warrant 22,224 12 4
70,595 15
(total depending 54,829l. 18s. 9½d.)
Receipts: moneys received within the time of this Accompt upon the following:
the Hereditary and Temporary Excise:
to 8 March 1701–2:
Christmas quarter 1711 14 5 6
since 8 March 1701–2:
Michaelmas quarter 1711 104,524 6
Christmas quarter 1711 99,870 4 8
Ladyday quarter 1712 107,319 3 10½
Midsummer quarter 1712 108,265 12
419,993 12
(total since 8 March 1701–2 419,979l. 6s. 7¼d.)
the Additional 9d. for 99 years from 25 Jan. 1692–3:
Michaelmas quarter 1711 33,514 18
Christmas quarter 1711 32,316 5 8
Ladyday quarter 1712 33,938 13
Midsummer quarter 1712 34,547 7
134,317 5
the Additional [or Lottery] 9d. commencing 17 May 1697 for 16 years:
Michaelmas quarter 1711 34,671 6
Christmas quarter 1711 38,056 3 11
Ladyday quarter 1712 35,246 8 11
Midsummer quarter 1712 36,347 17 11½
144,321 17 2
the Additional or Bank 9d. commencing 17 May 1697:
Michaelmas quarter 1711 33,514 18
Christmas quarter 1711 32,309 2
Ladyday quarter 1712 33,938 13
Midsummer quarter 1712 34,547 7 6
134,310 2
the Additional 3d. on Beer, Ale, Cyder etc. for 32 years from 26 March 1710:
Michaelmas quarter, 1711 13,188 11
Christmas quarter 1711 12,227 18
Ladyday quarter 1712 13,245 8
Midsummer quarter 1712 13,387 9
52,049 7 11½
Low Wines and Spirits of the First Extraction for 96 years from 24 June 1710:
Michaelmas quarter 1711 7,363 18
Christmas quarter 1711 7,676 11 11¼
Ladyday quarter 1712 7,012 13
Midsummer quarter 1712 7,267 10 10½
29,320 14 2
money received in part of London fines and penalties 24 June 1710 to 24 June 1711:
Christmas quarter 1711 227 11 3
money received out of the Additional 9d. ended 24 July 1692 and out of the Double 9d. ended 17 May, 1697:
Christmas quarter 1711 14 5 6
(total receipts as above 914,554l. 15s. 4¾d.)
Voluntary charge:
rent of part of the Old Excise Office to Mich. 1711 84 0 0
(to the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 40l. 1s. 8¼d.; to the Additional 9d. for 99 years 12l. 18s. 3d.; to the 16 years 9d. 12l. 18s. 2¾d.; to the Additional or Bank 9d. 12l. 18s. 3d.; to the Additional 3d. 4l. 10s. 2d.; and to Low Wines 13s. 5d.)
total charge and receipts £985,234 10 11¼
Discharge.
Salaries and rents to the following:
William Strong, George Townesend, Philip Ryley, Sir Marmaduke Wyvill, bt., Edward Noell, Christopher Montagu, Nicholas Pollexfen, Whitlock Bulstrode and James Vernon, junior, the nine Commissioners 7,200 0 0
Sir William Honeywood, bt., Thomas Goodman, James Ashburn, Walter Hungerford and William Lyndall, the five Commissioners for Appeals 1,000 0 0
the Officers, named, attending the Commissioners for Appeals 180 0 0
Sir Basill Dixwell, bt., Auditor of the Excise, for himself and clerks 700 0 0
Thomas Sidney, Comptroller of the Excise, for ditto 1,320 0 0
John Bruere, a clerk in the Comptroller's Office 80 0 0
John Brougham, Secretary, to the Commissioners of Excise 450 0 0
Thomas Yarburgh, `Register, and John Haines, his clerk 390 0 0
Edward Pauncfort, Receiver General and Cashier 1,550 0 0
John Ellis, Solicitor 350 0 0
Richard Hill, Tellor 80 0 0
Mrs. Mary Howard, Housekeeper, and Mrs. Elizabeth Gibbons, Deputy Housekeeper 250 0 0
John Matthew, Clerk of the Securities 100 0 0
and several under officers for their salaries 11,802 12 0
William Harvey for rent of the former Office in Broad Street 350 0 0
Thomas Frederick for rent of his house in St. Olave Old Jewry, London (at 300l. less 36l. for the Little House paid by the Cashier) 264 0 0
26,066 12 0
(The above is allowed as follows:
out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 12,205l. 9s. 3¾d., out of the 9d. for 99 years 3,985l. 4s. 4¾d., out of the 16 years 9d. 4,103l. 17s. 1¼d., out of the Bank 9d. 3.985l. 4s. 4½d., out of the Additional 3d. 1,370l. 16s. 9¾d.;., out of the Duty on Low Wines 416l. 0s. 0d.)
payments to tradesmen, artificers and others for work and materials and for incident charges, detailed 3,347 0 11¼
Charles, Duke of Cleveland, for his pension 3,000 0 0
George, Duke of Northumberland, the like 3,000 0 0
Charles, Duke of Grafton (2,000l. per an.) and the Dowager Duchess of Grafton (1,000l.) 3,000 0 0
payments for Officers' taxes; by special warrant from the Lord High Treasurer (allotted to the several Duties) 1,477 13 6
allowance for the charges of Edward Pauncfort, Cashier, in paying divers sums into the Exchequer, etc. (allotted as above) 214 12
allowance for beer, cyder, etc., exported as merchandise, for overcharges, and for a balance due to a Collector, detailed 132 17 2
money paid into the Exchequer, detailed by dates: £ s. d.
on the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 395,298 16 11½
on the Additional or Fund 9d. for 99 years 129,278 5 10
on the Additional 9d. for 16 years 139,064 14 10½
on the Additional or Bank 9d. 129,271 2 11½
on the Additional 3d. 50,283 18 10
on the Duty on Low Wines and Spirits of the First Extraction 28,652 1 9
on the Additional 9d. ended 24 July 1692 and the Double 9d. ended 17 May 1697 14 5 6
and for ready money out of Fines and Penalties 227 11 3
872,090 17 11½
total payments and allowances £912,329 13 10½
and so remains 72,904 17
whereof depending on sundry Sub-Commissioners for money collected in part of arrears due to 25 Dec. 1660, detailed, as in the preceding Cash Accompt 14,095 18 1
and upon sundry late Farmers of the Excise named, for rent due to 25 March 1658; as in the preceding Cash Accompt 17,196 16 0
money collected on accompt of fines and in the hands of two Tellors, named; as in the preceding Cash Accompt 1,312 12
32,605 6
depending on divers late Sub-Commissioners, named, for Excise due since 25 Dec. 1660; as in the preceding Cash Accompt 4,053 6 5
and on divers late Farmers of Excise for rents; as in the preceding Cash Accompt 16,884 1 11½
also depending upon the then Commissioners of Excise and their Cashier for passing their patent without sufficient warrant; as in the preceding Cash Accompt 1,287 3 11½
22,224 12 4
£54,829 18
and depending upon the Commissioners:
for money imprested to the Cashier for incidents 500 0 0
for a quarter's salary of a deceased Country Accomptant for which no acquittance is yet produced 20 0 0
for two errors in the salary bills (Mich. and Xmas quarters 1711) 24 18 10¼
for the money arising out of:
the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 7,948 6
the Additional 9d. for 99 years 2,490 18
the Additional 9d. for 16 years 2,594 0
the Additional or Bank 9d. 2,490 18 2
the Lottery 9d. commenced 17 May 1697 0 0
the Additional 3d. commencing 26 March 1710 1,079 8 11¾
the Duty on Low Wines to 24 March 1705–6 0 0
ditto since Midsummer 1710 951 5
the Additional and Double 9d. 0 0
Duty of 2s. per gallon on Brandy 0 0
17,554 18
£18,099 17
Declared 25 February 1714–15.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: EXCISE: MALT: GENERAL ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1450 [E351/1450].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1079, ROLL 731 (Part I) [A.O.1/1079/731/1].
The Commissioners and Governors of Excise.
24 June 1711 inclusive to 24 June 1712 exclusive.
MALT DUTY.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: none, this being the first Accompt under the Act 9 Anne [c. 3].
Receipts: the whole Duty and Produce of the Duty on Malt, Mumm, Cyder and Perry for the period 24 June 1711 to 24 June 1712:
Gross Produce in Country Inland Collections:
Malt at 6d. a bushel 574,531 0 2
Cyder at 4s. a hogshead 10,930 10 0
Compounders 4,751 2 3
the Queen's share of Fines 463 4
interest on bills of exchange 26 5
surcharges from Examiner's Office 6 15 11½
profit in returning money to London 0 15 0
Duty taken up, not accompted for previously 14 3
590,723 16
Gross Produce in the Outports:
Cyder at 4s. a hogshead 27 17
Mumm at 10s. a barrel 56 7 11½
84 5 3
Gross Produce in London port:
Cyder at 4s. a hogshead 0 7
Mumm at 10s. a barrel 295 12
296 0
Gross Produce in London:
Malt at 6d. a bushel 886 14 3
Cyder at 4s. a hogshead 733 14 8
surcharges occasioned by fractions 0 0
1,620 9
total Produce 592,724l. 11s. 5½d.
overbalances (Collectors and Districts named) 356 5
total charge and receipts 593,080 16 9
Discharge.
salaries and incidents etc.:
salaries of Collectors etc. (not detailed) 39,596 12
riding charges 2,621 1 0
incident charges 858 16 10½
Inferior Officers' taxes 3,551 19
returns of money to London 314 11 10¾
incident charges in the Outports 0 14 0
Edward Noell (69l. 14s. 3½d.), Whitlock Bulstrode (53l. 14s. 3¼d.), Nicholas Pollexfen (75l. 8s. 6¾d.) and James Vernon (96l. 0s. 0d.), Commissioners, for travelling charges 294 17
47,238 12 10¼
allowances:
allowed at 6d. per 1l. to Collectors in the Outports for service relating to Cyder imported 5 19 1
allowed for Cyder overcharged in London 7 13 10¾
allowed for Malt overcharged in London 4 8
allowed for Malt, Cyder etc. exported 21,145 11
allowed as per Justices' warrants 329 15 11½
21,493 9
total for payments and allowances as above 68,732l. 1s. 11½d.
ready money received and particularly accompted for 294,913 15
total payments and allowances £363,645 17 3
and so remains 229,434 19 6
whereof remaining in arrear for Malt Duty ending 23 June 1712: £ s. d.
remaining unpaid by several Malsters in the Country, not named 47,745 15
remaining due from sundry Malsters in London, ditto 3 12
remaining due from sundry Country Collectors, ditto 722 19 8
48,472 7 8
cash in the hands of the Cashier 12,169 9 11½
money received after Midsummer 1712 on Accompt of several Country Collectors 168,282 4
ditto on the Accompts of several Collectors in the Outports 50 15
ditto, on the Accompt of Patricius Roberts, Collector in London port 15 16 3
ditto on Accompt of sundry Malsters and Cyder Makers in London 437 14 6
cash paid by mistake to the Accompt for this Duty on Malt determined 23 June 1711 6 11
180,962 11 10
total to balance the Accompt £229,434 19 6
Declared 17 July 1717.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: EXCISE: MALT: CASH ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1374 [E351/1374].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 912, ROLL 98 [A.O.1/912/98].
The Governors and Commissioners of Excise.
24 June 1711 to 24 June 1712.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the hands of the Commissioners:
out of the Duty on Malt, commencing 24 June 1711 nil (first Accompt)
ditto, determined 23 June 1711 9,221 14
ditto, determined 23 June 1710 59 18
ditto, determined 23 June 1709 426 7
ditto, determined 23 June 1708 0 0
ditto, determined 23 June 1707 36 13
ditto, determined 23 June 1705 0 0
ditto, determined 23 June 1704 0 0
ditto, determined 23 June 1703 0 0
out of the Duty on Sweets commencing 25 March 1707 34 2 10¼
out of the Old Duties on Malt and Leather 0 0
9,778 16 10¾
remaining upon Thomas Tresham, a late Officer in the Excise, for money received on ten debentures for Malt exported 682 9 0
Receipts: money received out of the various Duties on Malt, Mum, Cyder and Perry:
out of the Duty on Malt commencing 24 June 1711 307,083 5 3
ditto, determined 23 June 1711 193,009 18
ditto, determined 23 June 1710 571 9 10¼
ditto, determined 23 June 1709 59 14
ditto, determined 23 June 1708 23 14
ditto, determined 23 June 1707 1 1
ditto, determined 23 June 1704 26 7 10
out of the Duty on Sweets for 99 years from 25 March 1707 492 12
501,268 4
total charge and receipts £511,729 10
Discharge.
Salaries:
Sir Basil Dixwell, bt., Auditor, and his clerk 60 0 0
Thomas Sidney, Comptroller, for his Deputy and two clerks 140 0 0
Assistant Accomptants (five) 300 0 0
John Matthew, Clerk of the Securities, and Samuel Johnson, Correspondent 100 0 0
James Lambert, Chief Examiner, and other Examiners etc. 232 4
William Taylor, Doorkeeper 122 10
Edward Willet, Accomptant for the London Distillery, Cyder etc 10 0 0
James Philips, Assistant to the Clerk of the Diaries, and William Puriour, succeeding him from 17 Jan. 1711–12 40 0 0
John Gibbons, Clerk of the Deliveries, for his Assistant 40 0 0
John Tooker and Anthony Cossens, the two Accomptants General 120 0 0
John Francis, Robert Nesbitt and John Howson, three Receivers and Billmen 120 0 0
John Geast, Messenger 50 0 0
Jervase Clarke, Assistant Doorkeeper 1 5 0
1,336 0
payments to tradesmen, artificers, and others, named, for goods delivered, work done, law charges etc. 1,882 9 3
payments by special Warrants, detailed 372 7 10¼
payments for Cyder and Sweets overcharged, for Malt spoiled and for Malt exported, detailed 6,434 10 7
ready money paid into the Exchequer, detailed by dates:
out of the Malt Duty commencing 24 June 1711 289,798 12
out of the Malt Duty determined 23 June 1711 197,448 17 4
out of the Malt Duty determined 23 June 1710 184 8 1
out of arrears under the Malt Duty Act 1 Anne [st. 2, c. 3] 26 7 10
out of the Duty on Sweets 455 11 3
487,913 17
total payments and allowances £497,939 5
and so remains 13,790 5
whereof depending on Thomas Tresham, part of 982l. 9s. due on ten debentures for Malt exported, fraudulently paid to a wrong hand 682 9 0
£ s. d.
and depending on the Commissioners of Excise: out of the Malt Duty commencing 24 June 1711 12,169 9 11
ditto, determined 23 June 1711 31 16 10½
ditto, determined 23 June 1710 350 17 8
ditto, determined 23 June 1709 480 1
ditto, determined 23 June 1708 22 14
ditto, determined 23 June 1707 37 14 11¼
ditto, determined 23 June 1705 0 0
ditto, determined 23 June 1703 0 0
out of the Duty on Sweets from 25 March 1707 15 0
out of the old Duties on Malt and Leather 0 0
13,107 16
£13,790 5
Declared 25 February 1714–15.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: EXCISE: HOPS: GENERAL ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1461 [E351/1461].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1079, ROLL 731 (Part 3) [A.O.1/1079/731/3].
The Commissioners and Governors of Excise.
1 June 1711 to 24 June 1712.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: none, this being the first Accompt. Receipts: the whole produce of the Duty on Hops 1 June 1711 to 24 June 1712:
Gross Produce in the Country Inland Collections:
British hops; stock in hand 1 June 1711 at 1d. per pound 4,267 9
Foreign hops; ditto at 3d. per pound 137 1 9
British growing duty 1 June 1711 to 24 June 1712 at 1d. per pound 43,397 11
47,802 3 0
Gross Produce in London:
British hops; stock in hand 1 June 1711 at 1d. per pound 2,425 3
Foreign hops; ditto at 3d. per pound 41 15 6
fines due to the Queen 53 17
interest on bills of exchange returned 0 16
surcharges from ledger 0 4 2
2,521 16
total Produce of the Duty as above 50,323l. 19s. 5¼d.
overbalances paid into the Excise Office by sundry Collectors, named (with places) 7 12
total charge and receipts £50,331 12 3
Discharge.
Prompt payment, salaries, incidents, etc.:
discount for prompt payment in London and the Country 98 9 5
salaries to Collectors and others in the Country 1,629 9
incident charges 296 18
charges in returning money to London 18 8
Commissioners' travelling charges 10 7
2,053 12 10½
allowances:
allowed to sundry persons for Hops exported as merchandise 1,083 6 11
allowed as per Justices' warrants 258 7 6
allowed as overcharged in London 0 8 5
1,342 2 10
total of the above payments and allowances 3,395l. 15s. 8½d.
ready money received and particularly accompted for 45,679 0
total payments and allowances £49,074 16 6
and so remains 1,256 15 9
whereof remaining in arrear and unpaid by sundry hop planters in the Country 513 17 0
remaining due from sundry Collectors in the Country 8 12
522 9
cash in the hands of the Cashier 283 3
resting to be accompted for on accompt of sundry Country Collectors for money received after 24 June 1712 450 3 2
ditto within the Bills of Mortality ditto 0 19 10¼
734 6
total to balance the Accompt £1,256 15 9
Declared 15 February 1720–21.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: EXCISE: HOPS: CASH ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1386 [E351/1386].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 912, ROLL 99 [A.O.1/912/99].
The Commissioners and Governors of Excise.
1 June 1711 to 24 June 1712.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: none, this being the first Accompt nil
Receipts: money received out of the Duty on Hops within the time of this Accompt 45,962 4
Discharge.
Incident charges; payments to tradesmen, artificers and others for work and materials 320 13 11½
money paid to Edward Pauncfort for his charges in paying money into the Exchequer 0 13 8
allowance for hops exported as merchandize 93 18
allowed to Edmund Reading for hops overcharged 3 3 9
ready money paid into the Exchequer, detailed by dates 45,260 11
total payments and allowances £45,679 0
and so remains 283 3
whereof depending on William Taylor for money imprested 100 0 0
and on these Accomptants 183 3
£283 3
Declared 25 February 1714–15.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: EXCISE: CANDLES: GENERAL ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1469 [E351/1469].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1079: ROLL 73, Part 2 [A.O.1/1079/731/2].
The Commissioners and Governors of Excise.
25 March 1711 to 25 March 1712.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in nett money, received in part of the produce of this Duty to 25 March 1711 14,242 8 11¾
remaining due from sundry chandlers and others in the Country Collections 223 9
ditto, ditto in London 5 2 1
resting due from sundry Country Collectors 44 0
14,515 0 10
Receipts: the whole produce of the Duties on Candles 25 March 1711 to 25 March 1712:
London:
tallow candles in stock 25 March 1711 at½d. per pound 514 1
wax candles ditto at 4d. per pound 73 15 2
surcharge for stock 0 0
tallow candles; the growing duty at 1d. per pound 34,470 10 4
wax candles; ditto at 8d. per pound 626 19
surcharges from London ledger 17 2
compositions 64 5
the Queen's part of fines 2 5 0
35,768 19 10
Country Inland Collections:
tallow candles in stock 25 March 1711 at½d. per pound 2,275 14 3
wax candles in stock at 4d. per pound 23 17
tallow candles; the growing duty at 1d. per pound 78,962 8
wax candles; ditto at 8d. per pound 1,485 14 10
compositions 319 1 11¾
the Queen's part of fines 113 5 0
interest and protest of bills of exchange returned 3 1
surcharges from Examiner's Office in London 0 0 10½
cash for stamps on composition bonds 0 2 0
83,183 5
overbalances, paid into the Excise Office by sundry Collectors, named (with places) 35 0 7
total charge and receipts £133,502 6
Discharge.
Overbalances allowed to Country Collectors from the preceding Accompt, not here detailed 33 14 6
prompt payment, salaries, incidents, etc.:
£ s. d.
discount for prompt payment in London 9 16 3
ditto in the Country 22 0
salaries of Collectors etc. 8,070 16 5
riding charges, Sheffield Collection 26 12 0
incident charges 180 13 11
charges of returns of money to London 43 2
Inferior Officers' taxes 617 10 10
James Vernon (21l. 2s. 1¾d.), Edward Nowell (21l. 15s. 8½d.), Christopher Montagu (35l.), Nicholas Polexfen (10l. 14s. 3¼d.) and Whitlock Bulstrode (33l. 11s. 5¼d.), Commissioners, for travelling charges 122 3
9,092 15
allowances:
allowed to persons in the Country for Candles exported 715 12 7
allowed as per Justices' warrants 1 16 9
allowed for candles overcharged in London 8 3 8
repaid to a compounder in Sheffield for an overcharge 0 3 5
allowed for money charged by mistake as an arrear in the Northampton Collection 2 8 0
728 4 5
total for the above payments and allowances 9,821l. 0s. 2¼d.
ready money received and particularly accompted for 95,843 5
total payments and allowances £105,698 0 3
and so remains 27,804 6
whereof remaining in arrear and unpaid by £ s. d.
tallow chandlers and others in the Country 1,016 19
ditto by tallow chandlers and others in London 50 1
resting due from sundry Country Collectors 106 6 4
1,173 7
on William Taylor, late Doorkeeper, for money imprested to him for incident charges 150 0 0
cash in the hands of the Cashier 2,218 1 7
resting to be accompted for on accompt of sundry Country Collectors for money received after 25 March 1712 17,927 12
ditto on accompt of sundry tallow chandlers and others in London on 25 March 1712 6,335 5
26,630 18
total to balance the Accompt £27,804 6
Declared 26 February 1718–19.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: EXCISE: CANDLES: CASH ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1394 [E351/1394].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 913, ROLL 100 [A.O.1/913/100].
The Governors and Commissioners of Excise.
25 March 1711 to 25 March 1712.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the hands of these Accomptants, as by the end of the last preceding Accompt 1,657 12 11
Receipts: sums received by these Accomptants, their Agents, Cashier or General Receiver within the time of this Accompt:
on candles: commencing 1 May 1710 53,237 11
on candles: commencing 25 March 1711 43,313 18
money received on accompt of London fines 2 5 0
96,553 14
total charge and receipts £98,211 7
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Salaries of Officers, clerks and others:
Henry Needler, Accomptant, and Henry Wilcox succeeding him (half year each) 80 0 0
Samuel Underwood, Assistant Accomptant 50 0 0
John Gibbons, clerk of the Stores 25 0 0
Christopher Wyvill, clerk for posting the Entries, and Gavin Miller, succeeding him (half year each) 45 0 0
Robert Hussey, Examiner of the Books; Richard Does, another, and Thomas Oldham, succeeding him (from 6 June 1711) 96 5 0
Robert Shawter, Messenger 50 0 0
Henry Middleton, Assistant to the Clerk of the Securities 12 5 0
Richard Does and James Storer, two General Surveyors (for one quarter); Edward Clark and John Peil, two others (for part of Midsummer quarter and two succeeding quarters) 216 10
Surveyors (8, 10, 8 and 7 of them in successive quarters) 425 6 8
Officers for surveying Wax and Tallow Candles (44, 46, 62 and 42 of them in successive quarters) 2,065 14
William Taylor, Doorkeeper, for salaries by him paid 31 7 4
Assistant Officers 34 1
Thomas Sidney, Comptroller of the Excise, for a clerk 45 0 0
3,176 10
payments to tradesmen, artificers and others for work and materials, detailed 1,384 15 3
payments by special Warrants: Officers' taxes 165 0 0
and to Edward Pauncfort, Cashier, for his charges in paying money into the Exchequer 17 12 4
182 12 4
payments for exports and overcharges, detailed 12 10
ready money paid into the Exchequer, detailed by dates:
out of the Duty commencing 1 May 1710 50,504 8 2
out of the Duty commencing 25 March 1711 40,580 4 3
part of fines and penalties 2 5 0
91,086 17 5
total payments and allowances £95,843 5
and so remains 2,368 1 7
whereof depending on William Taylor for money imprested 100 0 0
and on John Gibbons, ditto 50 0 0
and on these Accomptants 2,218 1 7
£2,368 1 7
Declared 25 February 1714–15.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: HIDES: GENERAL ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1476 [E351/1476].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 638, ROLL 225 [A.O.1/638/225].
PHILIP RYLEY, GEORGE TOWNSEND, RICHARD SHORDICHE, WILLIAM WALBANCKE, ROGER MILLART and JUSTINIAN ISHAM, Commissioners under the Act 9 Anne [c. 12].
24 June 1711 to 24 June 1712.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: none, this being the first Accompt. nil
Receipts: money due and payable for the Duty on Hides and Skins and on Vellum and Parchment tanned, tawed, dressed or made in England, Wales and Berwick-upon-Tweed within the time of this Accompt:
on hides remaining in the hands of makers, traders or dealers on 24 June 1711:
Bedford (Thomas Poole, Collector) 197 7
Bristoll (John Hardy, ditto) 576 14
Cambridge (Thomas Sheffard, ditto) 308 4
Canterbury (Edmond Haddock, ditto) 451 9 7
Chester (Francis Gregson, ditto) 323 10
Cornwall (Samuel Sanders, ditto) 124 13
Cumberland (John Hodgson, ditto) 150 2 11¼
Derby (William Bainbrigg, ditto) 253 13
Dorset (Thomas Hope, ditto) 330 1
Durham (Thomas Billings, ditto) 253 1
Essex (Jacob Lynn, ditto) 232 18
Exeter (Thomas Symonds, ditto) 247 11
Gloucester (Henry Marmion, ditto) 237 12
Grantham (Gervis Raynes, ditto) 204 15
Hants. (Thomas Cornelius, ditto) 552 18 3
Hereford (William Browne, ditto) 225 12
Hertford (Edward Halford, ditto) 316 5 10¼
Isle of Wight (George Sponge, ditto) 53 14 10¾
Lancaster (Edward Burghall, ditto) 320 13
Leeds (John Rocket, ditto) 272 3 3
Litchfield (Walter Warlow, ditto) 297 11 11¾
Lincolne (William Morton, ditto) 171 19
Lynne (Thomas Walbancke, ditto) 171 5 2
Marlborough (William Sherborne, ditto) 241 1
Northampton (John Wyatt, ditto) 404 0
Northumberland (William Pulleine, ditto) 89 4
Norwich (Richard Eeles, ditto) 233 13
Oxford (Leonard Benton, ditto) 264 12 11¾
Reading (Thomas Gibbons, ditto) 277 3
Richmond (William Archer, ditto) 173 19 10¾
Salop (Maurice Pugh, ditto) 221 15
Sheffield (Mathew Slack, ditto) 328 8 5
Suffolk (John Bunn, ditto) 334 8
Surrey (Samuel Power, ditto) 408 12
Sussex (Thomas French, ditto) 370 4
Taunton (Joseph Wheeler, ditto) 216 6 10¼
Tiverton (Stewkley Goodwin, ditto) 132 12
East Wales (Edward Kemys, ditto) 118 1 9
Middle Wales (John Jenkins, ditto) 93 5
North Wales (William Gough, ditto) 78 6 4
West Wales (John Picton, ditto) 81 17
Westmorland (William Askew, ditto) 269 19 9
Worcester (John Morris, ditto) 466 0 11
York (John Brook, ditto) 219 12
and by these Accomptants in London and the Bills of Mortality 4,592 15
15,890 3
money secured on hides tanned etc. within the time of this Accompt:
Bedford (Thomas Poole) 2,160 14
Bristoll (John Hardy) 2,706 19 10¼
Cambridge (Thomas Sheffard) 2,857 18
Canterbury (Edmond Haddock) 3,297 12 10¼
Chester (Francis Gregson) 681 0
ditto (Thomas Walbancke) 1,777 7
Cornwall (Samuell Sanders) 1,747 19 7
Cumberland (John Hodgson) 879 2
Derby (William Bainbrigg) 1,777 12 0
Dorset (Thomas Hope) 2,138 12
Durham (Thomas Billings) 1,490 7
Essex (Jacob Lynn) 2,304 19
Exeter (Thomas Symonds) 2,283 12 5
Gloucester (Henry Marmion) 1,750 5 11
Grantham (Gervis Raynes) 1,226 1
Hants. (Thomas Cornelius) 4,046 10
Hereford (William Brown) 1,724 3 8
Hertford (Edward Halford) 5,148 11
Isle of Wight (George Spong) 212 15 11¾
Lancaster (Edward Burghall) 1,992 6
Leeds (John Rocket) 3,011 9
Litchfield (Walter Warlow) 2,012 6
Lincoln (William Morton) 1,313 13 7
Lynn (Thomas Walbancke) 648 11
ditto (Thomas Boococke) 693 13 10¼
Marlborough (William Sherborne) 1,536 8
Northampton (John Wyat) 2,475 8 5
Northumberland (William Pulleine) 953 4
Norwich (Richard Eeles) 1,606 19
Oxford (Leonard Benton) 1,528 2
Reading (Thomas Gibbons) 2,116 5 3
Richmond (William Archer) 1,183 5
Salop (Mathew Pugh) 2,475 3 11¾
Sheffield (Mathew Slack) 2,178 14
Suffolk (John Bunn) 2,989 12
Surrey (Samuel Power) 4,515 18
Sussex (Thomas French) 2,074 11
Taunton (Joseph Wheeler) 2,402 12
Tiverton (Stewkley Goodwin) 1,574 10
East Wales (Edward Kemeys) 943 8 11¾
Middle Wales (John Jenkins) 1,137 8
North Wales (William Gough) 617 1 10¾
West Wales (John Picton) 696 15 11
Westmorland (William Askew) 1,704 11
Worcester (John Morris) 3,099 14
York (John Brook) 1,679 14 11½
and by these Accomptants in London etc. 10,060 3 11½
99,434 4 9
money arising from the Queen's part of fines and penalties within the time of this Accompt:
Bedford (Thomas Poole) 29 9 6
Bristoll (John Hardy) 7 1 5
Cambridge (Thomas Sheffard) 5 13 0
Canterbury (Edmond Haddock) 5 6 3
Cornwall (Samuell Sanders) 5 3 9
Cumberland (John Hodgson) 43 7
Derby (William Bainbrigg) 9 12 6
Dorset (Thomas Hope) 4 0 0
Durham (Thomas Billings) 21 1 8
Exeter (Thomas Symonds) 12 13
Gloucester (Henry Marmion) 11 18
Grantham (Gervis Raynes) 12 5
Hants. (Thomas Cornelius) 8 1 6
Hereford (William Brown) 4 2 6
Hertford (Edward Halford) 12 9 10
Lancaster (Edward Burghall) 40 13
Litchfield (Walter Warlowe) 7 1 5
Lynn (Thomas Boococke) 6 15 0
Northampton (John Wyat) 16 7
Northumberland (William Pulleine) 2 10 0
Reading (Thomas Gibbons) 5 14 6
Richmond (William Archer) 15 18
Sheffield (Mathew Slack) 27 7 0
Suffolk (John Bunn) 21 5 0
Surrey (Samuell Power) 6 3 4
Taunton (Joseph Wheeler) 17 17 6
Tiverton (Stewkley Goodwin) 12 3
East Wales (Edward Kemys) 3 2 6
Middle Wales (John Jenkins) 3 10 7
North Wales (William Gough) 0 11 7
West Wales (John Picton) 1 17
Westmorland (William Askew) 37 16 10½
York (John Brook) 9 17 7
429 0 2
interest received on bills of exchange returned for non-payment:
Cumberland (John Hodgson) 0 3 3
Gloucester (Henry Marmion) 0 6 0
Durham (Thomas Billings) 0 10
Hertford (Edward Halford) 1 0
Lancaster (Edward Burghall) 0 5 0
Leeds (John Rocket) 0 17 8
Marlborough (William Sherborne) 0 17
Salop (Mathew Pugh) 0 1
Sheffield (Mathew Slack) 0 5 0
Sussex (Thomas French) 0 0 6
Westmorland (William Askew) 0 4
York (John Brook) 0 2
4 14
overpayments (detailed) 3 1 10¾
total charge and receipts £115,761 4
Discharge.
Salaries:
London 2,408 2 10¾
Country Collections, detailed 24,193 9 10
26,601 12
incident charges:
London 931 16 11
Country Collections, detailed 677 11
riding charges 1,321 19 0
Officers' taxes repaid 92 8
charges in returning money 37 18 5
3,061 14
(total of the last three items 2,129l. 17s. 1¾d.)
total for salaries and incidents 29,663l. 6s. 9½d.)
allowances for prompt payment, for hides etc. exported, and for overcharges:
discompt for prompt payment 337 12
repayments upon debentures for hides exported (London 140l. 15s. 3½d.; Country, detailed, 303l. 11s. 2¾d.) 444 6
repayments for overcharges (London 9l. 4s. 8½d.; Country, detailed, 57l. 12s. 9½d.) 66 17 6
848 16 4
money paid into the Receipt of the Exchequer 64,776 18 3
total payments and allowances £95,289 1
and so remains 20,472 3
against which depending upon sundry Collectors and others for money remaining in their hands:
for the money due from sundry tanners etc. for these Duties at Midsummer 1712; no names given:
Bedford Collection 84 0
Bristoll Collection 111 15
Cambridge Collection 216 0
Canterbury Collection 89 6
Essex Collection 7 19 1
Exeter Collection 39 18 11
Gloucester Collection 15 16 11
Hampshire Collection 0 9
Hertford Collection 128 14 8
Northampton Collection 49 8
Oxford Collection 148 19
Reading Collection 95 7
Suffolk Collection 36 4 0
Surrey Collection 401 7
Sussex Collection 44 6 11½
Tiverton Collection 7 10
East Wales Collection 0 7
West Wales Collection 1 3
Worcester Collection 11 14
London Collection 82 16 10¾
1,573 9
for the money remaining in arrear from several Collectors at Midsummer 1712:
Bedford Collection 17 18
Cambridge Collection 3 19
Chester Collection 0 4
Derby Collection 0 1 0
Durham Collection 0 0 1
Essex Collection 28 6
Exeter Collection 2 14
Gloucester Collection 2 5
Hampshire Collection 14 8
Hereford Collection 0 4
Hertford Collection 17 15 10¼
Isle of Wight Collection 0 0
Lancaster Collection 0 0
Leeds Collection 0 12
Litchfield Collection 1 1
Lincoln Collection 4 18 10¼
Lynn Collection 0 0
Northampton Collection 9 9
Northwich Collection 0 16 11¾
Oxford Collection 0 1
Reading Collection 12 5 3
Richmond Collection 0 0
Salop Collection 76 3
Suffolk Collection 0 11
Surrey Collection 25 8 0
Sussex Collection 1 18
Taunton Collection 0 2
Tiverton Collection 3 1
East Wales Collection 0 9 0
Middle Wales Collection 0 0 5
West Wales Collection 4 5
Westmorland Collection 64 10
Worcester Collection 0 2
York Collection 0 14 9
294 12
for money imprested and arrears in the Accountants' hands:
money imprested for incidents 636 9 10
money remaining in the Accountants' hands at the foot of their Cash Accompt 1,310 8
ditto, due from sundry Collectors at the time of the determination of the Accompt and since paid over 16,657 3 1
18,604 1
£20,472 3
and so this General Accompt is even and Quit.
Declared 30 November 1716.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: DUTIES ON HIDES, SKINS, VELLUM AND PARCHMENT: CASH ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1400 [E351/1400].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 782, ROLL 964 [A.O.1/782/964].
PHILIP RYLEY, GEORGE TOWNSEND, RICHARD SHORDICHE, WILLIAM WALBANCKE, ROGER MILLART and JUSTINIAN ISHAM, Commissioners.
24 June 1711 to 24 June 1712 inclusive.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: none, this being the first Accompt nil
Receipts: money received of the several Receivers and Collectors within the time of this Accompt:
Bedford (Thomas Poole) 1,170 0 0
Bristoll (John Hardy) 2,028 5 8
Cambridge (Thomas Sheffard) 1,574 18
Canterbury (Edmond Haddock) 2,675 7
Chester (Francis Gregson) 770 18 11¾
ditto (Thomas Walbancke) 834 13 1
Cornwall (Samuel Sanders) 1,002 10 9
Cumberland (John Hodgson) 410 6 0
Darby (William Bainbrigg) 1,114 17
Dorset (Thomas Hope) 1,331 14
Durham (Thomas Billings) 901 15
Essex (Jacob Lynn) 1,553 16 2
Exeter (Thomas Symonds) 1,471 3 6
Gloucester (Henry Marmion) 1,227 14 3
Grantham (Gervase Raynes) 696 0 0
Hampshire (Thomas Cornelius) 2,770 13
Hereford (William Browne) 1,047 10
Hertford (Edward Halford) 3,774 9 6
Isle of Wight (George Spong) 157 5
Lancaster (Edward Burghall) 1,243 10 6
Leeds (John Rocket) 1,954 5
Lichfield (Walter Warlow) 1,295 17 10
Lincoln (William Morton) 678 0 0
Lynn (Thomas Walbanck) 591 15
ditto (Thomas Boococke) 236 14
Marlborough (William Sherborne) 1,050 13
Northampton (John Wyatt) 1,416 6
Northumberland (William Pulleine) 472 5 5
Norwich (Richard Eeles) 1,090 18
Oxford (Leonard Benton) 904 3
Reading (Thomas Gibbons) 1,462 10 10¾
Richmond (William Archer) 539 2
Salop (Maurice Pugh) 1,521 4 10¼
Sheffield (Mathew Slack) 1,388 3 11¾
Suffolk (John Bunn) 1,891 6
Surrey (Samuel Powers) 3,408 0 0
Sussex (Thomas French) 1,208 8 3
Taunton (Joseph Wheeler) 1,492 18 10
Tiverton (Stewkley Godwin) 931 14
East Wales (Edward Kemys) 469 15 0
Middle Wales (John Jenkins) 509 11
North Wales (John Gough) 181 5 2
West Wales (John Picton) 72 19
Westmorland (William Askew) 788 1 11½
Worcester (John Morris) 2,434 2
York (John Brooke) 973 18
and by these Accomptants in London 13,492 0
total charge and receipts £70,213 16
Discharge.
Salaries:
Philip Ryley, George Townsend, Richard Shorediche, William Walbancke, Roger Millart and Justinian Isham, Commissioners, at 200l. per annum each, 2 June 1711 to 25 March 1712; Edward Foley, Cashier; Francis Sorrell, Secretary; Leonard Reresby, Comptroller; Henry Needler, Accomptant; John Huggins, Solicitor; Assistants, Clerks, Surveyors etc. 2,408 2 10¾
incidents:
rent of the Leather Office in St. Martin's Lane; stamps and boxes; Under-Officers' taxes; other necessary and incident charges 931 16 11
money received upon Debentures for hides exported and repaid for overcharges upon tanners etc. 150 0 0
money paid into the Exchequer, by dates 64,776 18 3
total payments and allowances £68,266 18
and so remains 1,946 18
whereof depending on Francis Sorrell, Secretary, for so much imprested to him, by dates 636 9 10
and so the Accomptants are Indebted 1,310 8
against which the Auditor prays to be allowed for his fee 150 0 0
and so the Accomptants will be Indebted 1,160 8
Declared 30 November 1716.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: SALT DUTIES: GENERAL ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2883 [E351/2883].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2092, ROLL 117 [A.O.1/2092/117].
JOHN DANVERS, THOMAS ARAM, HUMPHREY GRIFFITH, JAMES CARDONNELL and EDWARD BRERETON, Commissioners for the Duties on Salt and Rock Salt.
26 March 1711 to 25 March 1712.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining at the determination of the last General Accompt:
on several Proprietors of Salt for money due from them 26,828 7 10¾
on several Collectors for money in their hands 61,905 7
on several Collectors for Duties on Foreign Salt imported and locked up in cellars nil
on the Commissioners for the Salt Duties 13,805 6
102,539 1 6
Receipts: money due and payable as well for Salt imported as for Salt made in England, Wales and Berwick-upon-Tweed and for money arising by fines etc. and by interest on bonds, as certified by William Hall, Deputy Comptroller:
money payable for the Duties on Salt:
Bideford, co. Devon (Richard Kinersley) 483 3 9
ditto (William Petty) 1,438 4 7
Bishop's Lidiard, co. Somerset (John Vero) 55 6 3
ditto (Pawlet Asterley) 292 12 1
Bristoll city and port (Christopher Cole) 3,739 4 7
Chepstow, co. Monmouth (Edward Heming) 23 6 3
Cockerham, co. Lancs. (John Jon) 890 0 10¼
Droitwich, co. Worcester (John Kent) 55,765 2 1
Flimby, co. Cumberland (Thomas Johnson) 1,682 3 4
Flint, co. Flint (Richard Bell) 885 8 4
Isle of Graine (William Jeffreyes) 333 2 6
Holyhead in Anglesea (Maurice Owen) 223 6 8
Laugharne, co. Caermarthen (John Furnivall) 1,628 16 3
Lemington, co. Hants. (Joseph Slater) 19,501 1 3
Leverpoole port and city (John Troughton) 24,740 1 3
Middlewich, co. Chester (Jonathan Dix) 14,663 9 2
ditto (Samuel Blechynden) 5,450 4 2
Namptwich, co. Chester (Jonathan Brown) 18,632 13 4
North Shields, co. Northd. (John Wheelwright) 40,176 3 4
Northwich, co. Chester (Thomas Stephenson) 72,039 2 1
Pensford, co. Somerset (Morris Price) 487 13 4
Plymouth, co. Devon (Arthur Keay) 465 13 4
Portissick, co. Cornwall (Christopher Conyers) 675 18
Portsea Isle, co. Hants. (William Dodd) 3,998 2 6
Sherborne, co. Dorset (Charles Jennings) 1,039 10 10
Shirleywich, co. Stafford (John Carvile) 8,611 10 0
Sodbury, co. Gloucester (John Wood) 37 12
ditto (Thomas Driver) 76 2
ditto (John Cantrell) 10 19
South Shields, co. Durham (John Bell) 68,947 0 0
Topsham, co. Devon (Peter Burridge) 2,321 14 2
Yarmouth, co. Norfolk (Michaell Pulteney) 4,594 14 7
Barnstaple port, co. Devon (Robert Rowe) 230 13 4
Bideford port, ditto (Charles Jones) 330 6 8
Cardigan port (Francis Howell) 80 0 0
Dartmouth port, co. Devon (James Jenkinson) 662 6 8
Deale port, co. Kent (Salathiel Rolfe) 1 10 0
Dover port, ditto (John Ball) 0 11
Exeter port, co. Devon (William Chamberlaine) 92 0 0
Falmouth port, co. Cornwall (William Pye) 4,081 0 0
Feversham port, co. Kent (John Smallman) 5 0 0
Fowey port, co. Cornwall (Thomas Bulley) 2,577 0 0
Hull port, co. York (Hugh Mason) 932 13 4
London port (William Bertram) 374 5 0
Looe port, co. Cornwall (John Dyer) 634 0 0
Lyme port, co. Dorset (Thomas Jans) 3 6 8
Padstow port, co. Cornwall (William Taylor) 13 12 0
Penryn port, ditto (Ambrose Thompson) 2,616 0 0
Penzance port, ditto (Richard Score) 650 13 4
Plymouth port, co. Devon (David Morris) 2,985 16 8
Poole port, co. Dorset (Ambrose Stephenson) 374 13 4
Portsmouth port, co. Hants. (Samuel Bincks) 437 6 8
Southampton port (Daniell Cardonnell) 838 13 4
Weymouth port, co. Dorset (Thomas Bower) 461 8 4
Whitehaven port, co. Cumberland (Alfred Lawson) 2 4 2
Yarmouth port, co. Norfolk (Thomas Moore) 833 3 4
373,127 6 11¼
money payable for fines and seizures, detailed by Collectors and places 233 5
interest on bills of exchange etc., ditto 119 16
total receipts as above 373,480l. 8s. 9¼d. overpayments by Collectors, detailed 640 18
total charge and receipts £476,660 8 11
Discharge.
Money accompted for in this year's Cash Accompt 206,853 7
overpayments by Collectors, detailed, in the preceding year 254 2
salaries of Collectors, Supervisors, Surveyors and others, detailed at length, with names of places and persons 10,410 13 10¼
poundage allowed and defalked by the Collectors of the Duties on Foreign Salt imported 488 18
incident charges, detailed only by Collectors and places 2,205 9
Officers' taxes repaid 1,207 5 2
praemiums for returns of money 563 1
allowance in lieu of riding charges 60 0 0
total for salaries etc. as above 14,935l. 7s. 4d. discount for prompt payment 18,758 7 9
allowance for salt lost at sea 3,125 6
allowances for rock salt refined 34,462 10
money repaid upon debentures for salt and salted fish exported 94,307 10 11¼
allowance for waste on salt carried coastwise 10,053 19 10½
allowance for salt over entered 3 11 8
total for allowances etc. as above 160,711l. 7s. 4¾d.
total payments and allowances £382,754 4 7
and so remains 93,906 4 4
£ s. d.
against which depending on sundry salt proprietors, makers and refiners of salt and several Collectors at the Ports for money due at Ladyday 1712:
Caerleon (John Higgins, late refiner at Nayland, co. Pembroke) 8 13 4
Chepstowe (Charles Reeve, refiner there) 0 3 4
Chesterfield (Richard Dakeyne, late refiner at Stone Gravell, co. Derby) 1 10 0
Cockerham (Simon Gullin, Nathaniell Moore, Thomas Martin, George Smith, Nicholas Hartley, John Boulton, George Stephenson, John Smith, Thomas Haughton, Humphrey Ellis, Thomas Nealson, Francis Benson, John Gatonby, Joshua Lawson, Robert Freame and Thomas Walker; by bonds of which due and unpaid) 107 16 6
Droitwich (Richard Smallbrooke and Abell Gower, by bond) 80 0 0
Isle of Graine (William Armiger, Christopher Josten and John Aynsworth, by bonds) 1,172 16 8
Lemington (Daniel Gates, Thomas Elmes, John Edwards, John Carter, John Beere, John Durling, senior, and John Durling, junior) 439 19
Leverpoole (John Hackett, merchant, in arrear, John Cleaveland, ditto, ditto, Sir Thomas Johnson, refiner, at Hilbree, ditto, Robert Hitchmough, refiner at Dungeon, Matthew Page, refiner at Bankey) 1,496 3 4
Middlewich (Ralph Throp, James Haynes, Edward Hyde, Charles Booth and John Holland, by bonds) 325 7 1
Namptwich (Ralph Throp, Thomas Cartwright, Richard Knight, John Twemlowe, John Baddily, William Sunderland and John Lunt by bonds of which unpaid) 1,056 5
North Shields (Valentine Rilstone, Christopher Franklyn, John Rutherford, Andrew Johnson, Robert Cooke, Thomas Raffolds, John Pye, George Burrell, Henry Bayley, Benedict Erington, Alexander Hall, Robert Mills, Charles Coatsworth, Thomas Clarke, Charles Vaughan, Thomas Martin, John Doggett, John Weston, Francis Partis, Matthias Partis, Ursula Milburne, Michaell Hall, Stephen Good, Theophilus Nicholson, Matthew Currey, Benjamin Doggett, John Wooseley, Richard Wooseley, Henry Robinson, Thomas Banks, William Mason, Andrew French, Thomas Granger, William Christian, Thomas Richardson, Robert Michelson, Charles Erington and George Harbottle by sundry bonds; Philip Bickerstaffe, late proprietor of the saltworks at Amble in Northumberland; Exchequer bill miscarried) 3,604 15 9
Northwich (Robert Pownell as agent to Dr. Benjamin Woodroffe, Ralph Broome, Nathan Blease, Thomas Neild senior, Otwell Broome, Thomas Neild junior, Thomas Nickson, John Dean, Richard Ashton, Thomas Wright, James Tildesley, Ralph Nickson, Edmund Soame, Robert Whitlowe, Cornelius Denn, Daniell Fenn and William Mascoll by several bonds; Ralph Broome, late proprietor of a saltwork; John Cleaveland and Co., merchants in Leverpoole) 3,759 3
Portissick (Henry Sampson and Co., refiners at lower St. Colombe; John Cann, refiner) 63 19 9
Sodbury (Thomas Hooper, late refiner) 181 7 0
South Shields (Philip Bickerstaffe, Joseph Milbourn, Joseph Hutchinson, Samuell Cooper, William Wann, Ralph Pattison, Leonard Hitchin, John Cougham, Michael Hall, Francis Partis, Matthias Partis, Robert Linton junior, Lancelot Cramlington, Robert Linton senior, Charles Coatsworth, Theophilus Nicholson, John Wooseley, Richard Wooseley, John Shaftoe, William Kitteridge, Jacob Wilkinson, William Metcalfe and William Whiteman, by sundry bonds) 4,444 13
Topsham (Thomas Tounson, late refiner; Thomas Clap, ditto; Edward Yendall, ditto; George Borne, ditto) 287 17
Yarmouth port (Thomas Bendish, late refiner at South Town, co. Suff.; John Burton, ditto at Cobholme, co. Norf.; Francis Hollis, ditto at Gorston, co. Suff.; William Maltyward, refiner in Yarmouth; John Gosling, another; John Bass, late refiner at Woodbridge, co. Suff.; Anthony Burward, refiner there; Samuell Brandling, ditto at Ipswich, co. Suff.; Jonathan Bass, late refiner at Manningtree, co. Essex; Thomas Hollister, ditto at Colchester, co. Essex) 871 13
Berwick port (Robert Cooke, part of a lost bond) 13 6 8
Cardigan port (William Rogers, James Rogers and Walter Lloyd, by a bond) 80 0 0
Dover port (William Armiger and Christopher Josten by a bond) 440 13 4
Fowey port (William Williams, merchant; John Goodall and Co., merchants; Gregory Stribley and Co., ditto) 76 17 8
Gweek port (Francis Jones and Philip Stephens, by bond) 20 2 0
London port (Thomas Bryant, Abraham Trent, Amos Short, Robert Hinton, Christopher Blower, Elias Measurier, Thomas Measurier, William Armiger, Christopher Josten, William Randall, John Higgs senior and John Higgs junior; by several bonds) 5,863 4 5
Milford port (John Higgins and William Field) 603 6
Padstow port (John Curtis, Thomas Flamanche and John Leverton, by bond) 64 13 4
Rochester port (William Armiger and Christopher Josten by bonds) 1,591 13 4
26,656 2
and remaining due from sundry Collectors for the Duties on foreign Salt locked up in cellars:
Bristoll port (Christopher Cole) 843 6 8
Falmouth port (William Pye) 572 0 0
Penzance port (Richard Score) 845 13 4
Plymouth port (David Morris) 558 6 8
Poole port (Ambrose Stephenson) 41 6 8
2,860 13 4
and from sundry Collectors and others to balance their Accompts:
Bideford (William Petty) 19 9
St. Agnes, co. Cornwall (Robert Hall, late Officer of Excise) 0 2 6
Bristoll (Christopher Cole, in bonds) 1,606 3 4
Chepstow (George Richmond, late Collector) 21 19
Cockerham (John Jon, money 2l. 1s. 9d., bonds 100l.) 102 1 9
Droitwich (John Kent, money 0¾d., bonds 704l. 13s. 4d.) 704 13
Flimby (Richard Uriell, late Collector) 13 13
Isle of Graine (William Jeffryes) 37 4 0
Swanzey (Henry Fox) 7 13
Caermarthen Collection (Edward Hinde, late Officer of Excise) 2 0 0
Laugharne (John Furnivall) 0 0
Lemington (Thomas Parish, late Sub-Collector) 379 0
ditto (Timothy Parker, late Supervisor) 46 14
ditto (Joseph Slater, in bonds) 3,399 3 4
Liverpoole (John Troughton, money 57l. 4s. 7¼d., bonds 6,491l. 6s. 3d.) 6,548 10 10¼
London (Jacob Sheldrake, late keeper of the bills of exchange in the Excise Office, part of a bill drawn by Peter Wright on Matthew Wishton) 200 0 0
Middlewich (Jonathan Dix, late Collector) 265 0
ditto (Samuell Blechynden, in bonds) 206 3 4
Namptwich (Samuell Blechynden, Supervisor) 19 7
ditto (Jonathan Browne) 0 12
Amble (George Murray, late Collector) 2 16 6
ditto (John Stephenson, ditto) 5 0 0
North Shields (William Marshall, late Officer) 14 18 7
ditto (John Wheelwright) 19 13
Northwich (Thomas Stephenson, money 1l. 16s. 11¼d., bonds 24,555l. 3s. 4d.) 24,557 0
Portissicke (Thomas Cornelius, late Collector) 1 10 6
Portsea (Robert Elliott, late Collector) 163 8 5
ditto (William Dodd, in bonds) 116 13 4
Sherborne (Charles Jennings, in bonds) 110 11 8
Shoram (Stephen Coven) 4 11
Sodbury (Ralph Deane) 1 0 0
South Shields (John Bell) 933 6 8
and at the following ports:
Barnstaple (Thomas Clinton, late Collector) 168 9
ditto (Robert Rowe, one bond) 66 10 0
Bideford (Charles Jones) 324 0 0
Bridgewater (William Cornish) 4 18 0
Colchester (James Bruce) 9 16 4
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 10 7 4
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 0 3 3
Falmouth (William Pye, in bonds) 910 6 8
Feversham (John Smallman) 4 17 6
Fowey (Thomas Bulley) 247 14 10¾
Hull (Hugh Mason, money 7s. 6d., bonds 932l. 13s. 4d.) 933 0 10
London (Edward Hyrne, late Collector) 94 0
ditto (John Stockwell) 0 0 4
Lyme (Thomas Jans, in one bond) 3 6 8
Lynn (Robert Thoroughgood, late Collector) 1 16 10¼
ditto (Henry Hare) 12 13
Mynehead (Thomas Wolstenholme, late Collector) 7 14 7
Padstow (John Bligh, late Collector) 0 6 8
ditto (William Taylor) 0 0 7
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 1,019 7 2
Penzance (Richard Score) 25 18
Plymouth (David Morris) 478 2 6
Poole (Ambrose Stephenson) 333 6 8
Portsmouth (Samuell Bincks) 96 18
Rye (George Shuckburgh) 3 8 4
Sandwich (William Farnolds, late Collector) 329 6 8
Scilley Islands (Francis Ley) 8 0 0
Southampton (Daniell Cardonnell) 772 18
Weymouth (Lodowick Jackson, late Collector) 70 6 9
ditto (Thomas Bower, money 5½d., bonds 461l.) 461 0
Whitby (George Trotter) 0 12
Whitehaven (Alfred Lawson) 2 0 11
45,911 14 8
and upon these Accomptants for money paid by Collectors since the determination of this Accompt 15,259 11
ditto for money in the hands of their late Cashier, Francis Brydges, as at the foot of the Cash Accompt 3,218 2
£93,906 4 4
and so this General Accompt is even and Quit.
Declared 6 August 1716.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: SALT DUTIES: CASH ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2862 [E351/2862].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2071, ROLL 18 [A.O.1/2071/18].
JOHN DANVERS, THOMAS ARAM, HUMPHREY GRIFFITH, EDWARD BRERETON and JAMES CARDONNELL, Commissioners for the Management of the Duties on Salt.
25 March 1711 to 24 March 1712.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the Accountants' hands upon the end of the last Cash Accompt 1,722 6 11¾
Receipts: money received of the several Collectors within the time of this Accompt:
out of the Old Duty commencing 25 March 1694:
£ s. d.
Bideford (Edmund Aram) 2 10
Bristol city and port (Christopher Cole) 0 2 9
Caerleon (John Furnival) 0 0
Chepstow (Edward Hemming) 0 1
Cockerham (John Jon) 141 9
Droitwich (John Kent) 13,433 17
Flimby (Thomas Johnson) 300 1
Isle of Graine (William Jeffreys) 46 13 7
Hayle, co. Cornwall (Edward Andrews, late Collector) 0 3
Lemington, co. Hants. (Francis Sedgwicke, late Collector) 16 9
ditto (Joseph Slater, succeeding him) 4,202 13 2
Leverpoole (John Troughton) 452 10 11
Middlewich (Jonathan Dix) 1,257 11
ditto (Samuell Blechynden succeeding) 703 18 3
Namptwich (Jonathan Browne) 4,687 17
North Shields (John Wheelwright) 9,502 1 7
Northwich (Thomas Stephenson) 6,762 1 1
Portsea Isle (Robert Elliot, late Collector) 12 7 9
ditto (William Dodd succeeding him) 988 4
Sherborne, co. Dorset (Richard Lanham, late Collector) 0 15
ditto (Harthory Brudenell, ditto) 0 6 8
ditto (Charles Jennings succeeding) 22 19
Shirleywich (John Carvile) 2,240 6
South Shields (John Bell) 14,987 11 2
Topsham (Peter Burridge) 315 4 3 ¼
Yarmouth, co. Norfolk (Michael Pulteney) 108 18 0
and at the following ports:
Bideford (Charles Jones) 10 9
Cardigan (Francis Howell) 32 12 0
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 173 13
Deal (John Powell) 0 3
ditto (Salathiell Rolfe succeeding) 0 7
Exeter (Richard Score senior, late Collector) 2 4
ditto (William Chamberlain succeeding) 5 14 0
Falmouth (William Pye) 497 11 11¾
Fowey (James Pilson, late Collector) 104 3 10½
ditto (Thomas Bulley succeeding) 374 15 6
Gweeke (Bernard Penrose) 0 4
Ipswich (Samuell Kettilby) 80 3 10
London (William Bertram) 83 6 8
Looe (John Dyer) 173 8 2
Milford (William Goodacre) 37 1 7
Padstow (Richard Jennings) 10 18
Penrin, co. Cornwall (Ambrose Thompson) 75 13
Penzance (Richard Score, junior) 90 1
Plymouth (David Morris) 328 12
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 90 0
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 11 9
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 0 14 3
Whitehaven (Warwick Arthur, late Collector) 0 1 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 228 3
London (Mathew Greenwood, Receiver of Fines and Seizures) 7 4
62,605 18
out of the East India Fund commencing 25 December 1699:
Bideford (Edmund Aram, late Collector) 5 18
Bristol city and port (Christopher Cole, Collector) 0 6
Caerleon (John Furnivall) 0 0
Chepstow (Edward Heming) 0 4
Cockerham (John Jon) 330 2 3
Droitwich (John Kent) 31,345 14 11¼
Flimby (Thomas Johnson) 700 4
Isle of Graine (William Jeffryes) 108 18
Hayle (Edward Andrews) 0 8 8
Lemington (Francis Sedgwick, late Collector) 38 8 9
ditto (Joseph Slater succeeding) 9,806 4
Leverpoole (John Troughton) 1,055 18
Middlewich (Jonathan Dix) 2,934 6 8
ditto (Samuel Blechynden succeeding) 1,642 9 3
Namptwich (Jonathan Brown) 10,938 7
Northsheilds (John Wheelwright) 21,834 4
Northwich (Thomas Stephenson) 15,778 2
Isle of Portsea (Robert Elliott) 28 18 1
ditto (William Dodd succeeding) 2,305 17 2
Sherborne (Richard Lanham, late Collector) 1 16
ditto (Harthory Brudenell, ditto) 0 15 7
ditto (Charles Jennings succeeding) 53 11
Shirleywich (John Carvile) 5,227 7 10¼
South Shields (John Bell) 34,970 19
Topsham (Peter Burridge) 735 9 11¾
Yarmouth (Michael Pulteney) 254 2 0
and at the following ports:
Bideford (Charles Jones) 24 7 10¾
Cardigan (Francis Howell) 76 1 4
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 405 5
Deal (John Powell) 0 8 10½
ditto (Salathiel Rolfe) 0 18
Exeter (Richard Score, senior, late Collector) 5 4
ditto (William Chamberlaine, succeeding) 13 6 0
Falmouth (William Pye) 1,161 1
Fowye (John Dagg, late Collector) 0 0
ditto (James Pilson, ditto) 243 2
ditto (Thomas Bulley succeeding) 874 9 6
Gweeke (Bernard Penrose) 0 9
Ipswich (Samuell Kettilby) 187 2 3
London (William Bertram) 194 8 10¾
Looe (John Dyer) 404 12
Milford (William Goodacre) 86 10 4
Padstow (Richard Jennings) 25 10
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 176 11 11¾
Penzance (Richard Score, junior) 210 3
Plymouth (David Morris) 766 14 11½
Portsmouth (Samuell Bincks) 210 1 1
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 26 15
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 1 13
Whitehaven (Warwick Arthur, late Collector) 0 2 4
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 532 8
London (Mathew Greenwood, Receiver of Fines and Seizures) 16 16
145,743 4 2
total receipts as above 208,349l. 2s. 4¾d.
total charge and receipts £210,071 9
Discharge.
Salaries:
John Danvers, Thomas Aram, Humphrey Griffith, Edward Brereton and James Cardonnell, Commissioners 2,500 0 0
Thomas Hall, Comptroller 350 0 0
Francis Brydges, Cashier, for himself and clerks 430 0 0
Michael East, Secretary 100 0 0
Mathew Greenwood, Correspondent and Clerk of the Securities; for himself, his Assistant and a clerk 180 0 0
William Johnson, Solicitor 100 0 0
William Sumpter, Chief Accomptant 100 0 0
two Accomptants and their Assistant, named 200 0 0
two other clerks, named, and a storekeeper and clerk, ditto 120 0 0
William Bertram, Collector in London port 60 0 0
other staff, detailed 411 16
4,551 16
necessary and incident charges, detailed:
rent and office necessaries 2,160 11 3
allowance to Michael East 100 0 0
Officers' taxes 228 0 0
2,488 11 3
money repaid upon debentures for fish, salt and pork exported 47,277 18 10
total for salaries, incidents and repayments as above 54,318l. 6s. 2¼d.
salaries of Collectors etc., detailed at length 882 14
incidents in the several Collections, detailed 234 4
repayment of taxes to Officers in the Country 17 2 0
1,134 1
Auditor's fee to Edward Harley 280 0 0
money paid into the Exchequer, detailed by dates:
out of the Old Duty 45,533 9
out of the East India Fund 105,587 10
151,120 19 9
£206,853 7
and so the Accomptants are Indebted 3,218 2
Declared 6 August 1716.