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Declared Accounts: Navy

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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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Navy

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: NAVY AND VICTUALLING.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2348 [E351/2348].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1729, ROLL 154 [A.O.1/1729/154].
CHARLES CÆSAR, Treasurer of the Navy Royal and of the Victualling.
31 December 1711 to 31 December 1712.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the Accomptant's hands upon the end of the last Accompt 632,295 9 3
and depending on sundry persons named at the foot of the preceding Accompt 84,290 17 7
716,586 6 10
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term, 10 & 11 Anne, in full of 20,000l. [sic for 2,000,000l.] by privy seal of 19 May 9 Anne 113,199 16 11½
ditto, in part of 2,000,000l. by privy seal of 29 December 10 Anne 305,574 15 11½
Easter term, 11 Anne, in further part of the same 1,044,926 12 4
Michaelmas term, 11 & 12 Anne, in full of the same 649,498 11
ditto in part of 1,000,000l. by privy seal of 12 Dec. 11 Anne 44,810 3 3
2,158,010 0
supers and imprest bills paid by former Treasurers and cleared within the time of this Accompt; detailed 9,947 12
money received of several persons, detailed, for goods and provisions sold by the officers of the Navy out of the stores, etc. 1,484,987 6 2
on account of the Victualling: £ s. d.
imprests paid by former Treasurers and cleared within the time of this Accompt; detailed 1,896 15 10
money received for victualling soldiers on transport ships 1,125 11 10¾
sundry persons for decayed, etc., provisions sold to them 2,775 18 1
the Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons, for provisions furnished to the Garrison of Newfoundland in 1705 and 1708 1,679 0 0
Thomas Cooper, by abatements made upon his bill 0 14 9
sundry masters and pursers, by like abatements 51 14 5
George Champ, by a like abatement 24 5 5
William Snelling and George Maxwell, for pebble stones and iron delivered them 2 16 3
Robert Rogers, purser of the Union, for money stopped from his bill to discharge a debt 1 15
7,558 11 10½
the value of several tallies and orders received of the Executors of Sir Thomas Littleton, bt., late Navy Treasurer, made out for certain annuities in reversion 40,329 0 0
total charge and receipts £4,417,418 17
Discharge. £ s. d.
[on account of the Navy]:
Emptions and provisions, detailed 652,681 1 9
interest of money borrowed, being advanced by the Bank of England at 6 per cent. per an. or lent on the credit of South Sea Stock by Sir James Bateman and others at the same rate 8,696 5 5
salaries to the Principal Officers and Commissioners of the Admiralty and Navy and to their clerks, etc. £ s. d.
David, Earl of Weymiss, Vice-Admiral of Scotland and Judge of the Admiralty Court 1,000 0 0
Sir John Leake, a Lord of the Admiralty and Rear-Admiral of Great Britain, with 12 servants 1,371 4 6
John Aislabie, another Lord of the Admiralty 1,000 0 0
Sir George Byng, another ditto 1,000 0 0
George Clarke, another ditto 1,000 0 0
Sir William Drake, another ditto 1,000 0 0
Sir James Wishart, another ditto 1,000 0 0
Sir Charles Hedges, President and Judge of the Admiralty Court; ¾ year to Mids. 1712 600 0 0
Josiah Burchett, Secretary to the Lords of the Admiralty 800 0 0
John Fawler, Deputy Secretary 600 0 0
Dr. Henry Newton, Advocate General for the office of Lord High Admiral of Great Britain 213 6 8
William Strahan, Judge Advocate of the Fleet; a year and 17 days 191 10 0
Edward Honywood, Deputy Judge Advocate; same time 146 8 0
William Ettrick, Councellor at Law to the Admiralty and Navy, in lieu of attendance fees 100 0 0
John Warters, his assistant, in lieu of all fees for attendance, clerks, office, etc. 400 0 0
Sir William Gifford, a Navy Commissioner 500 0 0
Sir Thomas Hopson, another ditto 500 0 0
George St. Loe, another ditto, at Chatham 500 0 0
Samuel Hunter, another ditto, from 5 July to 29 Sept. 1712 112 2 3
George Tollett, another ditto 500 0 0
Isaac Townsend, another ditto, at Portsmouth 500 0 0
Laurence Wright, another ditto, at Kinsale 500 0 0
Richard Edwards, another ditto, at Plymouth 500 0 0
Sir Richard Haddock, Comptroller of the Navy (inclusive of 500l. of the Queen's Royal Bounty) 1,000 0 0
Benjamin Tymewell, Comptroller of the Victualling Accompts of the Navy 500 0 0
John Hubbard, Superintendent at Plymouth, 5 May 1711 to 29 Sept. 1712 715 18 1
Dennis Lyddell, Comptroller of the Navy Treasurer's Accompts 500 0 0
Sir William Jumper, Superintendent at Chatham (including 20l. for stationery) 520 0 0
Christopher Myngs, Superintendent at Portsmouth (including 15l. for stationery) 515 0 0
Daniell Furzer, Surveyor of the Navy 500 0 0
William Lee, another ditto 500 0 0
Thomas Jennings, Comptroller of the Storekeeper's Accompts 500 0 0
Charles Sergison, Clerk of the Acts 500 0 0
William Dale, his assistant 300 0 0
David Bartlett, Master Attendant at Lisbon 200 0 0
Jordan Bateman, Master Shipwright at Lisbon 200 0 0
Robert Frost, Master Attendant at Port Mahon 200 0 0
Richard Cheyney, Clerk of the Checque and Muster-Master at Lisbon; ¾ year to Mids. 1712 with 25l. for half a year's salary of an Instrument 175 0 0
Thomas Jennings, Storekeeper at Port Mahon, 25 Sept. to 17 Oct. 1711 10 6 10
Thomas Warren, Clerk of the Checque and Storekeeper at Deal; with the salary of two Instruments for ¾ year at 30l. per annum each and 12l. per annum for sending to the Board a daily list of ships in the Downs 207 0 0
William Jones, Storekeeper at Lisbon (and for an Instrument at 50l. per annum); ¾ year 187 10 0
Samuel Steele, Clerk of the Survey at Lisbon (and for an Instrument at 50l. per annum); ½ year 125 0 0
Paul Stygant, Master Shipwright at Port Mahon; Midsummer 1711 to 7 June 1712 190 13 2
John Bridger, Surveyor General of the Woods in the Plantations on the Continent of America; ¾ year 150 0 0
William Prescott, Assistant to the Comptroller of the Victualling 300 0 0
George Atkins, Storekeeper at Port Mahon; 1¼ years 250 0 0
James Cunningham, Storekeeper and Clerk of the Survey at Port Mahon; 13 Dec. 1710 to 9 July 1711 115 4 0
James Janeway, Clerk of the Survey of the Lisbon Yard; 12 April to 14 June 1712 36 3 3
Robert Poulter, Clerk of the Survey at Lisbon; 7 June to Mich. 1712 (with the salary of an Instrument at 50l. per annum for 18 days) 62 7 3
Clerks in the Admiralty Office, detailed 1,277 10 0
Clerks belonging to the Clerk of the Acts, detailed 580 0 0
Clerks belonging to the Comptroller of the Navy, detailed 755 19 5
Clerks belonging to the Surveyor of the Navy, detailed 329 17 2
Clerks belonging to the Comptroller of the Navy Treasurer's Accompts, detailed 202 10 0
Clerks belonging to the Comptroller of the Storekeeper's Accompts, detailed 625 17 9
Clerks belonging to the Comptroller of the Victualling Accompts, detailed 398 7 0
Clerks belonging to the Ticket Office. detailed 973 1 11
Clerks to the Navy Commissioners, detailed 614 3 11
Clerks to the Yard Superintendents, detailed 180 0 0
John Colquitt, Storekeeper at Leith, and to keep an accompt of cruizers and convoys; 1½ years 75 0 0
Joseph Dawson, at Dublin, to keep an accompt of cruizers and convoys; 3½ years 8 days 70 8 9
John Elbridge, at Bristol, ditto; 3¼ years 99 days 69 12 9
David Graham, at Glasgow, ditto; 3¼ years 89 days 34 15 10
William Goodacre, at Milford, ditto; 1½ years 85 days 17 6 8
Anthony Isaacson, at Newcastle, ditto; 3½ years 8 days 70 8 9
Joseph Sewell, at Chester, ditto; 1¾ years 72 days 19 10 0
Nathaniel Smith, at Leverpoole, ditto; same time 19 10 0
Capt. Thomas Stafford, for care of the boats and pinnaces in Portsmouth Harbour; ¼ year with 6 per cent. interest for ¾ year 35 5 4
Luke Bennett, messenger to the Admiralty Office 50 0 0
Peter Owen, his assistant 30 0 0
Richard Ellistone, another assistant 20 0 0
Francis Cook, gardener to the Admiralty Office 40 0 0
Sarah Halsey, housekeeper 40 0 0
John Lindsey, watchman, and Ann Lindsey, sweeper 40 0 0
Benajah Pratt and Richard Waldron, two other watchmen 54 0 0
William Thompson, porter 30 0 0
James Graves and Richard Sydenham, clerks for examining books, etc. 100 0 0
Richard Larkin, clerk to John Louther, Clerk of the Check and Survey at Port Mahon; 1¼ years 12 10 0
John Purdew, senior, and John Purdew, junior, clerks at Deal; ¼ year 15 0 0
William Wood, for keeping the house for reposing Books, etc. of the Navy Office, etc 48 6 0
Thomas Appleby, assistant messenger 50 0 0
Thomas Kimber, assistant messenger 30 0 0
Elizabeth Champneys, housekeeper 80 0 0
Thomas Cartwright, porter 25 0 0
William Eastwick, doorkeeper 20 0 0
Edward Mould, ditto 20 0 0
Judith Maddocks, housekeeper 40 0 0
Elizabeth Moorfoot, employed on errands 20 0 0
Charles Cæsar, this Accomptant 2,000 0 0
Richard Burton, his Paymaster 500 0 0
Francis Hawys, his Accomptant 400 0 0
Clerks in the Office of the Navy Treasurer, detailed 897 3 8
33,404 18 11
pensions: Sir John Munden; Sir Edward Gregory; Sir Thomas Hopson; Capt. Robert Robinson; Phineas Bowles; Henry Killigrew; Capt. Lionell Ripley, Capt. Robert Wilshaw, Capt. Charles Stewart, Capt. Anthony Tollett, Capt. Woolfran Cornwall, Capt. William Hockede, Capt. John Anderson, Capt. Richard Carveth, Capt. Bartholomew Clements, Capt. William Fazeby, Capt. Lawrence Keck, Capt. Richard Lestock, Capt. John Lowin, Capt. John Mayne, Capt. John Redman, Capt. Humphrey Saunders, Capt. Robert Thompson, Capt. Samuel Tilley, Capt. Henry Tourville, Capt. John Triggs, Capt. Peter Watton, Capt. John Ward, Capt. Charles Adamson, Capt. Benjamin Hoskins, Capt. Seth Jermy, Capt. John Jackson, Capt. John Johnson, Capt. James Naylor; Lieut. Archibald Bowles, Lieut. William Cunningham, Lieut. Charles Carter, Capt. Robert Dobson, Lieut. Thomas Grimstone, Lieut. Peter Huzee, Lieut. Samuell Oates, Lieut. David Tavernour; Peter Britton, Henry Breamer, Richard Bond, Humphrey Cooley, James Christie, Francis Crofts, Nathaniell Doggett, Robert Forbes, William Hopkins, Robert Killner, Robert Kirktown, John Moyle, Edmund Oliver, Robert Pearse, John Phelps, William Robinson, William Sinclare, Joseph Storey, Thomas Seymour, Robert Seddon, Henry Worth, Gabriel Briscoe, superannuated surgeons; Henry Hall, superannuated purser; John Andrews, Thomas Absolome, James Almond, Mary Atkins, Mary Allen, John Brooker, James Bowman, John Barnett, William Banton, Edward Bishop, Michael Browne, William Batt, Richard Bayley, Richard Brinknell, Francis Burrell, Charles Bowler, Thomas Browne, Richard Ball, Joshua Bell, Sampson Bourne, William Browne, Stephen Barnard, John Bond, Richard Blackman, John Barclay, a superannuated surgeon, Reuben Bennett, Capt. Humphrey Blowers, James Bartlett, James Barclay, John Browne, a superannuated surgeon, Thomas Bates, Henry Bayley, a superannuated surgeon, Martha Bembow, Anne, Catharine, Arabella, Elizabeth, Henrietta and Christiana Beaumont (for the loss of their brother), Elizabeth Baker; William Chappell, Jeremiah Conyers, Thomas Corley, David Carr, William Coates, John Caple, Thomas Clements, Ralph Cox, William Crosselly, Lena Cowe, Elizabeth Chapman, Christian Castle, Mary Carter, Thomas Dobbins, John Denham, Peter Dupuy, a superannuated master, Sarah Davenport, Elizabeth Doleman, George Elliott, William Elford, William Erouard, Frances Emmes and her three sisters (for the loss of their father), William Force, William Franklin, John Fournier, Philip le Febure, Mary Fletcher, Daniel Garrett, John Gwenap, John Green, Peter Gandy, Francis Gascoigne, Robert Glandfield, William Good, William Gregory, Thomas Gosling, Charles Guillett, John Gliddon, John Gibbons, Joseph Godwin, dame Anne St. George, Cornelia Galloway, John Haydon, Matthew Hilliard, William Hodges, Daniel Hackman, William Holloway, True Hart, William Harris, Thomas Henton, Rebeccah Hayter, Elizabeth Harman, Philadelphia Hawes, William Haymers, Daniell Hawkins, Moses Jaqeau, William Johnson, William Johnson, John Jenkins, Hester Hollyman, Dinah Johnson and her three sisters (for the loss of their father), Frances Jennifer, John King, Frances Kenny, Edward Lawford, James Leake, William Lenton, John Lambert, Edmund Lowance, William Luckins, Sarah Long, Belthazar St. Mitchell, John Marrett, Thomas Millward, William Marling, Thomas Mollambe, James Markes, John Mingor, John Macky, Henry Morgan, Benjamin Marett, Mary Martin, Stephen Martin, a superannuated surgeon, Jeffery Nellson, John Oliver, John Oliver, Jane Owen, Edward Parry, a superannuated surgeon, William Pickman, William Parker, James Palmer, Robert Pitman, Nicholas Pearce, John Pye, Jacob Penn, Thomas Parsons, William Phillips, John Palmer, Elizabeth Pedder, Richard Rimer, Matthew Richardson, Thomas Rivett, John Sayer for the use of Mary Neville, formerly wife of Vice-Admiral Neville and now wife of Col. Thomas Salisbury, George Spilsby, Richard Scarvile, Thomas Sutton, Francis Saunders, William Stringer, Edward Simpson, Dorothy Searle, Anne Skelton, Francis Skelton, Dr. John Shadwell for Elitheria, Thomas, and William Carter (for the loss of their father), John Tooley, John Taylor, Jacob Tyley, Elizabeth Taylor, Francis Vacey, Elizabeth Urry, Sir John Werden, Henry Wynnell, Thomas Woodgreen, Philip Webber, Abel Wollard, Thomas Wade, Alexander Watson, George Wassell, the Lady Wheeler, Ellen Wrenn, Mary Watkins, Joseph Rydout, a superannuated surgeon, George Ramsey, ditto, William Skeate. ditto, Capt. John Votcar 21,317 16 0
Flag-pay and table-money: £ s. d.
the Marquiss of Carmarthen as Vice-Admiral of the Red; flag pay Xmas 1709 to Ladyday 1711 and for a year to Mich. 1712 2,052 10 0
Sir John Leake; flag pay and table-money as Admiral and Commander in Chief of the Fleet 26 Jan. 1710 to 31 Dec. 1711 2,040 0 0
Sir John Norris, Admiral of the Blue; table-money 14 Nov. 1709 to 15 Oct. 1711; flag-pay 1 Jan. 1710–11 to 31 Dec. 1711 1,978 10 0
Sir John Jennings; flag-pay as Admiral of the White; same time 1,277 10 0
John Baker; flag-pay as Vice-Admiral of the Blue; 1 Jan. 1710–11 to 31 Dec. 1711 912 10 0
Sir Edward Whitaker; flag-pay as Vice-Admiral of the White; same time 912 10 0
Sir Charles Wager; flag-pay as Rear-Admiral of the Red; 1 Jan. 1710–11 to 31 Dec. 1711 638 15 0
Sir George Byng; flag-pay as Admiral of the White; 13 July 1711 to 31 Dec. 1711 602 0 0
Sir Hovendon Walker; flag-pay as Rear-Admiral of the White 27 Jan. 1710–11 to 31 Dec. 1711 and to complete his pay to that of Rear-Admiral of the Blue; 8 May 1711 to 8 Oct. 1711 859 5 0
Sir Thomas Hardy; flag-pay as Rear-Admiral of the Blue; 27 Jan. 1710–11 to 31 Dec. 1711 593 5 0
Matthew Aylmer; flag-pay and table-money as Admiral and Commander in Chief of the Fleet; 1 Jan. to 25 Jan. 1710–11 150 0 0
12,016 15 0
half-pay:
Sir Stafford Fairborne, as Vice-Admiral of the Red; 26 Dec. 1709 to 31 Dec. 1711 920 0 0
Sir William Whetstone, as Rear-Admiral of the White; 26 Dec. 1709 to 31 March 1711 403 7 6
George, Earl of Dartmouth, late Commander of the Katherine; for ¼ year due at Mich. 1684, with interest for ¾ year to Xmas 1711 30 8 1
Sir Thomas Hardy, as Rear-Admiral of the Blue; 26 Dec. 1710 to 26 Jan. 1710–11 28 0 0
1,381 15 7
rewards to Officers and others named, for cure of wounds, for instructing youth in navigation, for acting as Deputy Judge Advocate, as Judge Advocate and as Provost-Marshal, etc. detailed at length 7,691 2 2
disbursements of various natures; detailed at length 15,569 11 9
wages or pay per Bill, detailed 2,842 15 0
price of ships: £ s. d.
Harcourt Master, agent to the captors, for the value of the Moor, a Prize Ship taken by the Bredah, the Warspright and the Berwick, and taken into the Queen's service 2,752 8 10
Richard Gay, master of the John and Sarah hoy, taken by the French while in the Queen's service 329 15 7
3,082 4 5
travelling charges, not detailed 3,575 12 5
victualling charges, ditto 4,500 2 9
pylotage 15,652 17 3
free gifts for medicines 5,119 3 4
hire and freight of sundry vessels for transporting goods and provisions, detailed with dates:
Matthew Byers, master of the Mary and Catherine, for transporting stores to Jamaica 199 11 7
John Brooke, master of the John and Mary hoy, for her hire 66 17 6
John Brown, master of the Henry and Richard hoy, ditto 57 10 10
Richard Bristow, master of the Woolwich transport 20 15 0
Richard Beach, master of the Transporter hoy 3 15 0
Richard Burrell, for transporting stores 3 0 0
Thomas Coalshurst, part-owner of the ship Leake, hired as a hospital ship 4,813 13 3
Thomas Crokendon, for hire of the Adventure hoy 554 16 5
Sir Ambrose Crawley, Kt., for transporting stores on the John of London 5 2 0
Ralph Carter, for transporting stores 3 0 0
Joseph Dunn, master of the Mayflower pink, for her hire 698 18 3
Thomas Duffin, master of the Success hoy 34 11 4
John Dulk, master of the Anne transport 29 0 0
William Dudding, for transporting stores 11 16 3
William Smy, master of the Elizabeth and Anne 41 19 7
John Evenden, master of the Endeavour ketch, for her hire 64 0 1
John Erwin, master of the John and Bridget yacht, for her hire 61 19 1
Robert Frost, for hire of the Success smack 92 3 2
Joseph Hawe, master of the Mutuall Consent 394 7 10
William Hawe, master of the Centurion 268 5 8
William Hudson, master of the Thomas and Elizabeth pink 94 5 8
Robert Hownsell, master of the Prosperous hoy 71 10 3
Thomas Hammerden, master of the Prosperous hoy 57 5 4
Lawrence Haslam, master of the Goodwell pink 50 0 0
John Hoystead, for hire of the John and Mary smack 69 7 11
Thomas Hipper, master of the Thomas and Hester, for hire of the said smack 36 0 6
Benjamin Joules, for transporting ballast 658 7 6
John Joules and Susanna Marrett, ditto 727 11 9
Thomas Jones, master of the Mary pink 62 12 7
George Jennings, master of the Joanna pink 130 9 9
Thomas King, master of the Blossom 532 14 3
Matthew Kent, master of the Success pink, for her hire 202 4 3
William Lloyd and Peter Backs, for transporting stores to Lisbon 366 7 4
Timothy Lidstone, master of the Good Success, ditto to Kinsale 469 15 1
Capt. Thomas Lovell, Commander of the Canada galley, for her hire as an hospital ship 512 6 8
Jonathan Mellish, master of the Woodstock galley, for her hire in transporting stores from Lisbon to Port Mahon 694 18 6
George Marley, master of the William and Elizabeth ketch, for her hire 141 8 6
William Mack-Williams, master of the Richard and John brigantine, for her hire 689 3 11
William Mitchell, master of the Rochester smack, for transporting stores and for hire of the Jane ketch and of the William and Mary smack 151 9 3
Thomas Mills, for hire of the Anne yacht and of the London yacht 266 19 6
John Maffett, for transporting ballast 126 9 6
William Ovett, master of the Providence pink, for her hire 43 15 3
Joseph Rabbenett, for transporting ballast 121 9 2
Melchia Rabbenett, executrix to the said Joseph, for ditto 186 3 4
John Roberts, master of the Joseph and Daniell, for transporting stores to Barbadoes 37 7 7
John Robbins, master of the Anne hoy, for her hire 143 1 8
John Stephens, master of the Owners' Goodwill 41 7 11
John Sparrow, master of the Society pink, for her hire 420 10 2
Joseph Spratt, master of the Sarah pink, ditto 358 9 7
William Salmer, for transporting stores 9 10 0
John Smith, master of the Friendship hoy, for her hire 45 13 11
Thomas Smith, for hire of the John and Sarah smack 181 14 2
Richard Sympson, for transporting stores 3 15 0
Thomas Taylour, master of the Adventure smack, for her hire 46 10 10
Bernard Thurman, master of the Anne and Francis, ditto 53 9 10
Henry Watson, for transporting stores 4 15 0
William Young, master of the John and Anne hoy, for her hire 40 2 10
15,274 7 1
house rent of the Principal Officers and Commissioners of the Navy and rent of other places hired, viz.: Sir William Gifford, George Tollett and Sir Thomas Hopson, Navy Commissioners, at 80l. per annum each; Laurence Wright, ditto at Kinsale, at 50l. per annum; Samuel Hunter, ditto, for 85 days at 80l. per annum; William Lee, Surveyor of the Navy at 80l. per annum; Dennis Lyddell, for rent of a house for reposing books and papers of the Navy Office at 80l. per annum; William Dale, Assistant to the Clerk of the Acts, at 50l. per annum; Philadelphia Ryder for rent of the Broad Street Office at 160l. per annum; Edward Southwell for rent of a wharf at Kinsale at 72l. per annum for 1½ years; Sir Nicholas Morrice for rent of Mountwise in Devonshire at 100l. for ¼ year; Ruth Howard for rent of a barge house at Stangate, co. Surrey, at 18l. per annum 828 10 6
wages and entertainments of sundry Officers and Mariners serving on board the following ships £ s. d.
the Advice (James Smith, gunner); 1 July 1707 to 27 June 1711 10,666 19
the Albro' (Henry Smith, boatswain); 5 March 1705–6 to 30 June 1708 1,613 12
the Arundell (William Mauditt, chaplain); 1 July 1706 to 30 June 1708 306 8 5
the St. Albans (Samuel Hill, 2nd Lieut.); 30 Aug. 1706 to 30 June 1708 2,164 4 9
Joseph Cornwall, master caulker, and other artificers at Port Mahon; 1 July 1710 to 30 June 1711 1,313 2 10
the Bredah (Thomas Long, Commander); 1 July 1708 to 29 Dec. 1712 25,406 11
the Berwick (Thomas Liell, Commander); 1 July 1708 to 2 Dec. 1712 25,711 1
the Bridgewater (Thomas Laurence, Commander); 1 July 1707 to 7 Jan. 1711–12 11,218 13
the Bedford galley (John Jackson, Commander); 31 Aug. 1709 to 10 Oct. 1712 6,879 1 11
the Bredah (William Padgecoat, cook); 1 July 1707 to 30 June 1708 247 16
the Bonetta (John Foulks, surgeon); 1 July 1708 to 2 Jan. 1711–12 3,112 5 11
the Cambridge (Francis Dove, Commander); 26 Jan. 1708 to 23 Sept. 1712 14,254 3 4
the Chichester (Richard Leake, Commander); 13 March 1710–11 to 2 Jan. 1711–12 4,688 2 7
the Cruizer (James Herbert, Commander); 9 Jan. 1709 to 24 Sept. 1712 3,448 8 6
the Colchester (Thomas Hall, carpenter); 1 July 1707 to 30 June 1708 332 18
the Charlotte yacht (George Breholt, Commander); 1 July 1702 to 24 April 1710 1,082 12 4
the Dunkirk (Hon. Algernon Grevile, Commander); 1 Jan. 1704–5 to 30 June 1709 14,415 0
the Dragon (George Martin, Commander); 1 July 1708 to 16 March 1711–12 14,046 16 1
the Deptford (William Rounswell, gunner); 29 Sept. 1708 to 19 Dec. 1712 11,856 15 10
the Dreadnought (Strickland Turwhit, First Lieut.); 1 July 1706 to 30 June 1708 580 10
the Dragon (George Martin, Commander); 31 Oct. 1707 to 30 June 1708 459 8 8
the Defyance (Thomas Griffin, gunner); 8 May 1707 to 30 June 1708 544 4 8
the Delight (Samuell Pittman, Lieutenant); 18 Oct. 1709 to 15 Nov. 1712 3,341 14 11
the Diligence (John Rose, Commander); 10 June 1709 to 20 Sept. 1712 3,268 14 1
the Discovery (James Dalzeel, Commander); 26 May 1711 to 20 Sept. 1712 1,450 10 6
the Drake (Charles Carter, Commander); 9 Nov. 1705 to 30 June 1709 3,856 4 7
the Dispatch (William Jones, surgeon); 1 July 1708 to 10 Jan. 1711–12 2,537 12 11
the Drake (Capt. Charles Carter, Commander); 1 July 1709 to 25 Sept. 1712 4,186 6 4
the Edgar (Timothy Splaine, Lieutenant); 31 March 1709 to 15 Oct. 1711 14,879 16 2
the Elephant (John Roberts, Commander); 1 Oct. 1706 to 1 Jan. 1709 2,085 16
the Elephant (Charles Clark, surgeon); 17 Oct. 1705 to 30 Sept. 1706 79 1
the Express (John Tonkin, Commander); 1 July 1708 to 30 Oct. 1712 3,649 17 4
the Feversham (Caleb Leaky, gunner); 1 July 1708 to 7 Oct. 1711 6,346 7 5
the Fame (Thomas Mellan, Lieutenant); 16 July 1709 to 21 Sept. 1710 1,145 7 1
the Firme (John Bennett, Commander); 8 Feb. 1710–11 to 9 Sept. 1712 3,711 7 9
the Folkstone (Richard Rimes, carpenter); 1 July 1707 to 30 June 1708 172 8 4
the Fly (Joseph Roydhous, Commander); 1 July 1707 to 18 Jan. 1711–12 3,233 3 11
the Fly (George Mackorkle, surgeon); 1 July 1706 to 30 June 1707 632 7 6
the Greyhound (Henry Langrish, Lieatenant); 1 July 1707 to 26 Aug. 1711 10,989 16 11
the Guarland (Walter Ross, Commander); 16 Feb. 1710–11 to 9. Aug. 1712 1,903 1 3
the St. George (John Pearne, boatswain's mate); 26 Sept. 1708 to 31 Dec. 1709 316 17 5
the Humber (Daniell Mahon, purser); 26 March 1708 to 29 July 1710 2,227 11 8
the Hind (Cæsar Blunt, Lieutenant); 13 July 1709 to 21 Sept. 1709 34 2 2
the Hare (James Mellison, Commander); 11 Oct. 1709 to 17 July 1712 2,365 18
the Hind (Robert Jennings, Commander); 30 Sept. 1709 to 29 Nov. 1711 2,521 10 4
the Happy sloop (William Haddock, Commander); 25 April 1711 to 30 Sept. 1712 1,505 7 2
the Hound (John Wall, surgeon); 1 July 1708 to 30 June 1709 623 8 1
the Henrietta yacht (John Bowyer, carpenter, and Henry Roper, able-seaman); 1 July 1707 to 30 June 1708 26 1 8
the Jersey (Norton Rockcliffe, purser); 13 Dec. 1707 to 30 June 1708 147 19 11
the Jersey (Edward Vernon, Commander); 1 July 1708 to 1 Sept. 1712 17,885 7 4
the Isle of Wight (John Wood, Commander); 1 Sept. 1709 to 9 Aug. 1712 1,461 10 0
the Isabella yacht (John Mihell, Commander); 9 Jan. 1707–8 to 30 June 1708 42 2 1
the John and Elizabeth (William Mackgill, master mate); 16 April 1711 to 5 July 1712 19 14 3
the John and Sarah sloop (John Oxford, master mate); 15 April 1712 to 11 June 1712 13 3 10
the Joseph and Francis hoy (John Sexton, master mate); 27 June 1711 to 6 Sept. 1711 110 15 4
the Kingston (Edward Chaunt, Commander); 18 Nov. 1706 to 27 Nov. 1712 21,364 15
the Kent (Robert Johnson, Commander); 29 Nov. 1708 to 30 June 1709 3,317 13 8
the Katherine yacht (William Haire and Richard Colby, mariners); 1 July 1707 to 30 June 1708 1 19 3
the Lenox (John Bennett, Commander); 8 Aug. 1711 to 20 Dec. 1712 8,242 9 5
the Leopard (Thomas Gordon, Commander); 1 July 1709 to 18 Dec. 1712 13,361 9 7
the Lynn (Joseph Denham, carpenter); 1 July 1708 to 23 Oct. 1712 9,332 14 5
the Leopard (Thomas Gordon, Commander); 1 July 1708 to 30 June 1709 3,056 17 3
the Lyme (John Tarlie, surgeon); 1 July 1706 to 25 Sept. 1708 592 19 8
the Lively (Ezekiell Wright, Commander); 19 July 1709 to 1 Oct. 1712 3,229 19 11
the Lark (John Bone, Commander); 1 July 1707 to 30 June 1708 241 11 4
the Medway (William Farquhar, surgeon); 1 July 1709 to 11 Dec. 1712 16,262 9 11
the Montagu (James Luck, Second Lieut.); 1 July 1708 to 30 June 1709 4,304 11 1
the Monk (Salmon Morrice, Commander); 1 July 1708 to 8 May 1711 12,553 16 11
the Montagu (John Skidley, surgeon); 1 July 1707 to 30 June 1708 1,266 1 6
the Milford (David Soesbury, gunner); 1 July 1708 to 30 June 1709 2,280 8 3
the Mary (Christopher Parker, First Lieut.); 1 July 1706 to 30 June 1708 2,347 14 2
the Milford (David Soesbury, gunner); 24 Dec. 1705 to 30 June 1708 1,471 14 11
the Maidstone (George Wright, gunner); 1 July 1707 to 30 June 1709 2,037 3
the Mermaid (John Chilley, Commander); 23 July 1707 to 30 June 1709 3,937 14 4
the Margate (Edward Mansell, Commander); 10 Nov. 1709 to 27 Sept. 1712 3,584 13 7
the Merlin (Toby Lisle, Commander); 1 July 1708 to 17 Sept. 1712 3,713 16
the Martha (George Anderson, gunner); 27 Sept. 1707 to 8 July 1710 701 11 11
the Newcastle (Joseph Peach, First Lieut.); 1 July 1708 to 7 Jan. 1711–12 13,038 4 11
the Newark (Samuell Chadwick, First Lieut.); 1 July 1708 to 12 Feb. 1710–11 1,082 5 0
the Norwich (Jonathan Spann, Commander); 1 July 1708 to 22 Oct. 1712 18,836 5 5
the Newark (William Sinclair, surgeon); 7 April 1708 to 30 June 1708 73 9 0
the Norwich (John James, corporal); 1 July 1707 to 30 June 1708 279 8 2
the Nightingale (Phillip Burrell, surgeon); 17 Oct. 1707 to 30 June 1709 1,842 16 4
the Oxford (Charles Smith, Commander); 16 Dec. 1710 to 22 Oct. 1712 7,632 5 1
the Orford's Prize (Golden Johnson, master's mate); 7 Nov. 1708 to 27 Nov. 1709 103 1 6
the Otter sloop (Anthony Wilkes, Lieutenant); 6 March 1709–10 to 24 Nov. 1712 2,774 13 5
the Portland (Elias Brand, Lieutenant); 1 July 1708 to 15 Dec. 1712 15,947 9 1
the Portsmouth (George Bayley, Lieutenant); 1 July 1708 to 24 Oct. 1712 9,465 18 11½
the Pearle (Henry Lawson, Commander); 5 Aug. 1708 to 3 Dec. 1712 9,494 17 1
the Plymouth (William Mason, First Lieut.); 25 May 1708 to 30 June 1709 4,475 16 1
the Pembrook (Thomas Hitchmore, Quartermaster); 1 July 1708 to 29 Dec. 1709 785 11
the Plymouth Prize (Thomas Boswood, surgeon); 24 Aug. 1709 to 21 Dec. 1709 106 13 6
the Penzance (Duncan Baine, surgeon); 1 July 1706 to 30 June 1709 5,468 12 2
the Peregrine galley (Thomas Linders, carpenter's mate); 1 July 1706 to 30 June 1708 39 17 8
the Queenboro' (John Phelps, surgeon); 1 July 1707 to 30 June 1709 3,014 10 7
the Queenboro' (Samuel Peck and William Appleby, able seamen); 1 July 1707 to 30 June 1708 16 10 5
the Rochester (Thomas Rutherford, gunner); 1 July 1708 to 13 Oct. 1712 16,866 11 4
the Restoration (John Hartnoll, Commander); 1 July 1708 to 9 Nov. 1711 20,105 19 8
the Romney (William Powell, carpenter); 2 Dec. 1708 to 30 June 1709 2,304 17 3
the Royall Anne (William Orchard, master's mate); 1 July 1707 to 17 Dec. 1709 1,690 1 5
the Reserve (George Willey, midshipman); 1 July 1706 to 30 June 1708 627 1
the Revenge (William Walter, purser); 1 July 1707 to 18 Oct. 1710 2,314 6 3
the Royall Anne (Thomas Hargood, carpenter); 18 Dec. 1709 to 23 Oct. 1710 643 2 6
the Rochester Prize (William Pearse, carpenter); 1 July 1708 to 14 Jan. 1711 4,440 17 3
the Rochester (William Henceman, midshipman); 1 July 1707 to 30 June 1708 355 9 0
the Royall Anne galley (Nicholas Tucker, gunner); 2 March 1708–9 to 30 June 1709 385 1 5
the Runner transport (William Taylor, master); 26 Sept. 1707 to 30 June 1710 376 12 7
the Swiftsure (Richard Griffith, Commander); 1 July 1708 to 23 Dec. 1712 26,960 5 2
the Severn (Gilbert Wallis, First Lieutenant); 1 July 1708 to 10 Oct. 1712 17,635 15 3
the Scarboro' (Stephen Hutchins, Commander); 1 July 1708 to 1 Nov. 1710 4,906 19 10
the Swiftsure (Richard Griffith, Commander); 1 July 1706 to 30 June 1708 1,574 4 8
the Sunderland (George, Lord Forbes, Commander); 12 July 1708 to 30 June 1709 3,520 0 2
the Speedwell (William Smith, carpenter); 1 July 1705 to 30 June 1708 1,989 13
the Salisbury (Thomas Mabbott, First Lieut.); 3 July 1707 to 30 June 1708 961 11 9
the Sea-Horse (John Robertson, Lieutenant); 10 Nov. 1709 to 26 Dec. 1711 2,380 17 8
the Sorlings (Robert Jackson, Commander); 18 Feb. 1705 to 30 June 1708 3,105 1
the Swallow (John Sherwood, midshipman); 1 July 1708 to 30 June 1709 3,561 19 4
the Swan (Hugh Kennedy, surgeon); 22 Sept. 1709 to 4 Dec. 1712 3,375 3 11
the Swallow (Richard New, purser); 1 July 1707 to 30 June 1708 329 1 2
the Success (Charles Boyle, Commander); 9 June 1709 to 13 Sept. 1709 58 7 7
the Swallow Prize (George Baddon, Commander); 1 July 1708 to 29 July 1711 5,788 12 1
the Shoreham's Prize (Digby Dent, Commander); 12 Sept. 1709 to 1 July 1712 2,894 0 1
the Speedwell Prize (Christopher Parker, Commander); 20 Sept. 1708 to 3 Sept. 1712 6,241 4 7
the Seaford's Prize (John Totter, gunner); 12 May 1708 to 12 June 1712 3,953 2 10¾
the Salisbury (William Rickets, master); 15 May 1707 to 30 June 1708 150 1 11
the Swallow's Prize (John Bowyer, carpenter); 18 Jan. 1704–5 to 30 June 1708 636 0 11½
the Swift sloop (William Jacobson, carpenter); 1 July 1708 to 25 Sept. 1712 5,161 15 11
the Star Bomb (Charles Truebody, surgeon); 30 Jan. 1709–10 to 29 May 1712 562 12 4
the Swift sloop (William Totton, surgeon's mate); 1 July 1706 to 30 June 1708 162 19 4
the Tyger (Titus Smith, First Lieutenant); 1 July 1706 to 30 June 1709 8,873 14 10
the Tryton (John Berkley, Lieutenant); 1 July 1705 to 5 Oct. 1708 3,789 5 2
the Tilbury (Phillip Dunn, gunner); 1 July 1707 to 30 June 1708 487 13 6
the Torbay (Andrew Harwood, boatswain); 31 Jan. 1708 (sic) to 30 June 1708 215 15 8
the Tryton's Prize (David Condon, cook); 18 March 1704–5 to 30 June 1708 319 10
the Valeur (Peter Anderson, Lieutenant); 1 July 1708 to 6 Sept. 1710 3,684 5 5
the Valeur (Matthew James, gunner); 1 July 1707 to 30 June 1708 421 6 7
the Warspright (Gasper Hicks, Commander): 1 July 1708 to 13 Sept. 1712 23,931 16 1
the Worcester (Richard Canninge, Commander); 1 July 1707 to 16 June 1712 19,312 6 9
the Warspright (Leonard Sutton, boatswain); 1 July 1706 to 30 June 1708 529 4 3
the Weasell (Charles Pool, Commander); 1 July 1708 to 22 Sept. 1712 5,364 15 7
the Whiting (William Smith, Commander); 15 July 1711 to 14 Jan. 1711–12 346 4 8
the William and Mary smack (John Green, master's mate); 9 April 1712 to 30 Oct. 1712 48 2 5
the William and Mary yacht (Robert Terrill, carpenter's mate); 1 July 1707 to 30 June 1708 18 12 7
the York (Sir Nicholas Trevanion, Commander); 1 July 1708 to 30 June 1709 4,692 9 7
680,758 2
wages and entertainments of Officers, clerks, artificers, labourers, etc. employed in the Dockyards and Ropeyards; with names of chief clerks, etc.:
Deptford dockyard in ordinary (year to 30 Sept. 1711) 4,253 18 0
Woolwich ditto (ditto) 2,936 7 10
Chatham ditto (ditto) 9,278 13 4
Sheerness ditto (ditto) 2,608 16 5
Portsmouth ditto (1½ years to same date) 10,912 1 0
Plymouth ditto (ditto) 4,948 13 3
Harwich ditto (ditto) 2,188 9 1
Kinsale ditto (year to 30 June 1711) 1,715 7 3
38,842 6 2
Deptford dockyard in extraordinary (year to 30 Sept. 1711) 27,830 9 3
Woolwich ditto (ditto) 21,821 12 4
Chatham ditto (ditto) 36,601 5 5
Sheerness ditto (ditto) 7,335 18 2
Portsmouth ditto (1½ years to same date) 97,518 12 7
Plymouth ditto (ditto) 28,133 4 7
Harwich ditto (ditto) 4,266 16 1
Kinsale ditto (year to same date) 1,162 1
224,609 19
Woolwich ropeyard (year to 30 Sept. 1711) 5,807 1 8
Chatham ditto (ditto) 6,067 15 11
Portsmouth ditto (1½ years to same date) 9,369 8 7
Plymouth ditto (ditto) 6,355 3 5
27,599 9 7
total for the dockyards and ropeyards 291,111l. 15s. 2½d.
total as above for the service of the Navy 1,775,504l. 17s. 0¼d.
money paid to the widows and orphans of seamen slain in the Queen's service 10,301 6 7
£ s. d.
on account of the victualling:
emptions and provisions 451,713 0 6
carriage 380 1 7
interest upon bills of stores 17 13 5
monies due to several pursers, masters of ships, etc., detailed, for the balance of their victualling accounts 14,536 17 5
workmanship, detailed 5,747 12 3
hire and freight, not detailed 22,309 10 1
disbursements, detailed 706 11 3
salaries of the Commissioners of the victualling, etc., Thomas Beere, Kenrick Edisbury, George Courtney, Samuel Hunter, Henry Lee, Sir Francis Masham, bt., Henry Vincent, William Stephens, Commissioners, at 400l. per annum each for varying periods; John Bishop, Accountant General, and his clerks; Joseph Martin, cashier; Sprig Manestry, secretary to the Victualling Office; John Clifton, storekeeper and clerk of the bakehouse; clerks, muster-master, purveyors, etc. 4,351 1 6
wages, etc., detailed 13,909 1 6
rents to divers persons, detailed 1,150 3 3
necessary and extraordinary necessary money 17,577 0 6
short allowance money 17,587 15 8
travelling charges 189 13 2
550,176 2 1
ordinary allowances on passing this Accompt:
to the Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer 6 13 4
to this Accomptant 16 13 4
to Mr. Francis Hawes 42 10 0
65 16 8
money paid for satisfying the interest due from the Publick to the Proprietors of South Sea Company Stock 540,321 12
total payments and allowances 2,876,369 14
and so remains 1,541,049l. 2s. 9d.
whereof depending on sundry persons for money imprested to them:
to several persons named at the foot of the previous Accompt 8 June to 31 Dec. 1711 84,290 17 7
and on accompt of the Navy to Thomas Savery, Treasurer for Sick and Wounded, by several Bills detailed, and to Sir Roger Mostyn, bt., Paymaster of the Marines, ditto 174,749 0 6
259,039 18 1
and so the accomptant is Indebted 1,282,009 4 8
Declared 10 April 1717.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: NAVY: SICK AND WOUNDED.
NO PIPE OFFICE ROLL.
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1825, ROLL 515 [A.O.1/1825/515].
MARTHA SAVERY, widow and executrix of THOMAS SAVERY, Treasurer to the Commissioners for Sick and Wounded Seamen.
1 July 1711 to 30 June 1712.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in this Accomptant's hands upon the end of the last Accompt 6,633 2 11¼
dependent on sundry persons named at the foot of the said Accompt for money imprested to them 54,788 6 1
Receipts: money received of Charles Cæsar, late Navy Treasurer, by Bill dated 31 Oct. 1711 6,000 0 0
ditto by Bill dated 25 Feb. 1711–12 4,000 0 0
ditto by Bill dated 18 April 1712 1,674 3 11
ditto by Bill dated 6 May 1712 87,905 18
89,580 2
voluntary charge: interest on Exchequer Bills in the Accomptant's hands 10 3
money received of the Paymaster General of the Forces, for the charge of maintaining sick land soldiers:
to be paid over to Thomas Code, surgeon of the hospital at Falmouth, for soldiers put on shore from 1 Sept. 1706 to 30 Sept. 1708 358 7 5
to be paid over to the undertakers of the hospitals at Gosport and Deal, for quartering soldiers of Maj. Gen. Livesay's and Lieut. Gen. Farrington's Regiments of Foot, employed on Gen. Erle's Expedition 209 1 6
ditto, for soldiers of eight other regiments of the same Expedition 693 0 6
1,260 9 5
total charge and receipts 162,272 4
Discharge.
Charges of sick and wounded seamen; cures and conduct money, quarters, funerals and contingencies:
Boston: to Thomas Catterall for William Garmon, agent there, for quarters, cures and conduct money, 30 Sept. to 31 Dec. 1711 3 7 0
Deal: Dr. Stephen Napleton, physician; Edward St. Leger and John Fawler, surgeons; William Freame, agent; Edward Lloyd, chaplain; Anthony Glover, waterman; for their salaries 127 10 0
Dover: Lancelot Whitehall, agent at Dover, for quarters, cures and conduct money, Mich. 1708 to Ladyday 1712; also for his salary, for conduct money paid to seamen returned from France and for necessaries purchased 254 13 9
Falmouth: Thomas Coade, surgeon, for a quarter's salary 6 5 0
Gosport: Thomas Tucker, surgeon, and William Rice, his mate; Peter Levermore, another surgeon; Mr. Dugard, chaplain; for their salaries for the quarter 67 10 0
Harwich: Dr. John Dade, physician; John Aldrich, surgeon; for their salaries for the quarter 62 10 0
Plymouth: Elizabeth Griffith, executrix of John Griffith, late agent, for his salary; John Seymour, physician; William Wyat, surgeon; Nicholas Wynston, second surgeon; Thomas Woolcomb, agent; John Gaidge, chaplain; for their salaries 139 4
Portsmouth: Dr. William Smith, physician, and Robert Hart, surgeon, for their salaries for a quarter 72 10 0
Pembrook: John Seymour, agent at Pembrook, for quarters, cures and conduct money, Mids. 1709 to Mids. 1710 148 14 8
Rochester: Dr. Thomas Smith, physician; Dr. Robert Cony; Thomas Freame, agent; William White, chaplain; Richard Collins, late chaplain; for their salaries; also to Josias Alexander, for carrying sick seamen from the Nore and Sheerness to the hospital, 1 Oct. to 31 Dec. 1711; also to Robert Cony, for an extra mate 139 3 11¾
Sheerness: Thomas Clough, agent, for a quarter's salary 10 0 0
money paid the Apothecaries' Company for medicines, viz. at Port Mahon 383l. 3s. 9d., at Rochester 29l. 9s. 1d., at Plymouth 144l. 8s. 7½d., and at Rochester 91l. 4s. 4d. 648 6
the Queen's allowance of 2d. per diem to seamen in the London hospitals and for the quarters of others until they were admitted 825 3 4
salaries: Col. Philip Herbert, Dr. Richard Adams, Col. Thomas Lawrence, Dr. Peter Silvestre and Dr. Henry Plumptree, Commissioners, at 300l. per annum each, for three quarters 1,525l. 0s. 0d.; Mr. Francis Lynn, Secretary to the Commissioners at 200l. per annum, with 10l. per annum for his housekeeper, for the same time 157l. 10s. 0d.; Thomas Savery, this Accomptant, for himself and two clerks, for the same time 225l. 0s. 0d.; several clerks, named 290l.; doorkeeper and messengers, named 52l. 10s.; Edward Harley, for his fee as Auditor 100l. 1,950 0 0
4,454 18 11¾
charges of prisoners at war: subsistence, cures, conduct, funeral expenses and contingent disbursements:
Dover: Thomas Broadly, surgeon, for half a year's salary 15l.; William Walley, marshal, for a quarter's salary 12l. 10s.; and for subsistence, etc., Ladyday 1709 to Ladyday 1712 107l. 10s. 135 0 0
Tower Hill: Henry Middleton, surgeon, for a quarter's salary 2 10 0
Northfields: Joseph Robson, for half a year's rent of a prison 11 0 0
Plymouth: William Slaughter, marshal, for a quarter's salary 12 10 0
Pembrook: subsistence and quarters, Midsummer quarter 1710 18 0 9
Southampton: Samuel Slater, marshal, for a quarter's salary 12l. 10s. 0d.; John Hubbard, surgeon, ditto 7l. 10s. 20 0 0
stationery wares: to Richard Mount (including 51l. 16s. 6d. for sick and wounded) 83 5 1
282 5 10
total payments and allowances 4,737 4
and so remains 157,534l. 19s. 5¾d.
against which depending on sundry persons for money imprested to them:
Bristol: Samuel Pye, surgeon [cleared] 30 0 0
Dartmouth: Caleb Rocket [cleared] 200 0 0
Deal: John Huggins, 500l. [cleared]; William Freame 390l. [cleared] 890 0 0
Edinburgh: James Hamilton, 300l. [cleared]; Francis Pringle, 100l. [cleared] 400 0 0
Gibraltar: John Norridge, surgeon 500 0 0
Gosport: Peter Levermore, agent [cleared] 500 0 0
Hull: James Clarke, late surgeon, 32l.; Benjamin Wade, surgeon, 50l. [cleared] 82 0 0
Ireland: Gilbert Pepper, marshal, 190l. [cleared]; Quintin Osborne, surgeon, 304l. 2s. 3d. [cleared] 494 2 3
Lisbon: John White, agent [cleared] 100 0 0
Plymouth: John Griffith, 300l. [cleared]; Thomas Wolcombe, 300l. [cleared] 600 0 0
Miscellanies: Capt. Richard Gibson, surgeon of the hospital ship Princes Anne, 200l. [cleared]; Capt. Thos. Matthew, Commander of the Chester, 55l. 16s. 6d.; Capt. Walter Riddle, Commander of the Falmouth, 200l. 455 16 6
Port Mahon: Peirce Griffith, agent [cleared] 6,786 13 4
North Shields: John Wilson, agent [cleared] 80 0 0
Pembroke: Howell Powell [cleared] 50 0 0
Rochester: Thomas Freame [cleared] 350 0 0
Rye: Jeremiah Greble, surgeon [cleared] 10 0 0
Sheerness: Blackerby Fairfax 50 0 0
West Indies: Joseph Gyde, agent at the Jamaica hospital, 4,291l.; Philip Rockby, surgeon at New York, 672l. 19s. 3d. [cleared]; Hugh Gaine, agent at Jamaica, 4,019l. 9s. 0d. [cleared]; William Roberts and Co. at Barbados, 4,382l. 1s. 3d. [cleared]; Samuel Cox, 219l. [cleared]; George Joyce, 20l.; Capt. George Martin for care of sick and wounded at New England, 59l. 13s. 7d.; Capt. William Herriot, 32l. 4s. 10d.; Capt. Teate, 9l. 3s. 11d.; Capt. George Paddon, 32l. 5s. 7d.; John Paine, surgeon, 100l. [cleared] 13,837 17 5
Yarmouth: Dr. Hezekiah Clark, 10l. [cleared]; Samuel Pake, 150l. [cleared] 160 0 0
on accompt of prisoners at war in former years
Bristoll: Samuel Pye [cleared] 100 0 0
Deal: William Freame [cleared] 100 0 0
Dover: William Walley, marshal [cleared] 1,900 0 0
Edinburgh: Francis Pringle, agent [cleared] 200 0 0
Guernsey: George Lisley, agent, 50l.; John Bressey, marshal, 2,173l. [cleared] 2,223 0 0
Harwich: John Aldridge [cleared] 250 0 0
Hull: Benjamin Wade, surgeon [cleared] 400 0 0
Ireland: Gilbert Pepper, marshall, 5,879l. 8s. [cleared]; Thomas Proby, surgeon, 300l. [cleared] 6,179 8 0
Jersey: Edmond Hammond, agent, 680l.; William Lazenby, marshal, 730l. [cleared] 1,410 0 0
Lisbon: Sampson Sherrard, agent, 300l. [cleared]; John Wilson, marshal, 900l. [cleared] 1,200 0 0
London: Peter Stanley, marshal [cleared] 1,650 0 0
North Shields: John Wilson, agent cleared] 170 0 0
Pembroke: Howell Powell, agent [cleared] 200 0 0
Plymouth: William Slaughter, marshal [cleared] 2,060 0 0
Rye: Jeremiah Greble 10 0 0
Southampton: Roger Clutterbuck, late marshal, 2,200l. [cleared]; Samuel Slater, marshal, 1,200l. [cleared] 3,400 0 0
Shereness: Blackerby Fairfax [cleared] 30 0 0
transportation: John Peirce for transporting prisoners 900 0 0
Weymouth: John le Dozé, agent 100 0 0
Yarmouth: Dr. Hezekiah Clarke 63 2 0
contingencies: Peter Stanley, messenger 6,300 0 0
imprests within the time of this Accompt:
on accompt of sick and wounded:
Bristoll: Samuel Py, surgeon [cleared] 100 0 0
Deal: William Freame, agent, 480l. [cleared]; John Huggins, undertaker, 300l. [cleared] 480 0 0
Dover: Lancelot Whitehall, agent 50 0 0
Edinburgh: Francis Pringle 100 0 0
Gosport: Peter Levermore, agent, 480l. [cleared]; Nathaniel Jackson, undertaker, 700l. [cleared] 1,180 0 0
Hull: Benjamin Wade, agent [cleared] 200 0 0
Harwich: John Aldrich, agent [cleared] 100 0 0
Plymouth: Thomas Woolcombe, agent, 200l. [cleared]; Samuel Slaughter, undertaker, 700l. [cleared] 900 0 0
Pembroke: Howell Powell, agent [cleared] 162 9 0
Port Mahon: George Boucher, surgeon 10 0 0
Rochester: Thomas Freame, agent, 260l. [cleared]; Thomas Knackstone, undertaker, 300l. [cleared] 560 0 0
Weymouth: Jonathan Ledoze, agent [cleared] 155 0 0
Yarmouth: Samuel Pake, agent [cleared] 20 0 0
office contingencies: Peter Stanley, messenger [cleared] 1,730 0 0
on accompt of prisoners at war:
Dover: William Walley, marshal [cleared] 200 0 0
Guernsey: John Bressey, marshal [cleared] 50 0 0
Hull: Benjamin Wade, agent [cleared] 82 12 2
London, Tower Hill: Peter Stanley, marshal [cleared] 200 0 0
North Shields: John Wilson, agent [cleared] 100 0 0
Plymouth: William Slaughter, marshal [cleared] 1,327 15 0
Southampton: Samuel Slater, marshal [cleared] 600 0 0
Yarmouth: Samuel Pake, agent [cleared] 75 0 0
62,804 15 8
and so the said Accomptant is Indebted 94,730 3
Declared 10 April 1717.
[Editor's note: the amounts cleared are shown in the margin of this Audit Office Roll; there is a figure of 156,274l. 10s. 0¾d. in Arabic numerals under the line "And so remains 157,534l. 19s. 5¾d."]
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: NAVY: ARREARS OF PRIZES: GENERAL ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2547 [E351/2547].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1820, ROLL 481 [A.O.1/1820/481].
The Account of THOMAS BAKER and WILLIAM GOSSELIN, Receivers of the Arrears of Prizes, from 18 March 1708–9 to 29 September 1715.
See Vol. XXV of this Calendar, p. ccxxxvi.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: NAVY: ARREARS OF PRIZES: CASH ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2539 [E351/2539].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1819, ROLL 480 [A.O.1/1819/480].
The Account of THOMAS BAKER and WILLIAM GOSSELIN, Receivers of the Arrears of Prizes, from 18 March 1708–9 to 29 September 1715.
See Vol. XXV of this Calendar, p. ccxliii.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ADMIRALTY DROITS AND SALVAGE MONEY.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2585 [E351/2585].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1829, ROLL 544 [A.O.1/1829/544].
The Account of JOHN WARTER, Solicitor and Comptroller of the Rights and Perquisites of Admiralty, from 26 June 1710 to 26 June 1713.
See Vol. XXV of this Calendar, p. cclii.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: MARINES.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2573 [E351/2573].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1826, ROLL 523 [A.O.1/1826/523].
SIR ROGER MOSTYN, bt., Paymaster of Marines.
5 September 1711 to 30 November 1725.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: none, this being the Accomptant's first and only Accompt.
Receipts: money depending on this Accomptant in the accompts of Charles Cæsar, late Navy Treasurer, detailed; 8 June 1711 to 14 Oct. 1714 289,295 9 5
ditto in the final accompt of John Aislabie, late Navy Treasurer, detailed, 1 Jan. to 19 March 1717–18 34,175 13
ditto in the accompt of Pattee Byng, Navy Treasurer, detailed, 1 Jan. 1724–25 to 31 Dec. 1725 7,035 9 7
total receipts 330,506l. 12s. 8½d.
Voluntary charge: sums stopped for Exchequer fees and for the customary deduction of 6d. in the 1l., for dividends on South Sea Stock and Bank Annuities, etc., detailed (including 222l. 18s. for money sent from Barcelona for the Marines at Denia, 272l. 8s. 11d. for poundage, etc., 2,202l. 5s. 6d. for dividends on South Sea Stock, 1,891l. 14s. 3d. for ditto on Bank Annuities and 1,621l. 10s. 9¼d., for certificates from the Commissioners for determining the debts due to the Army for which the Accomptant issued debentures and for which he has credit in the discharge) 6,444 17
total charge and receipts £336,951 10
Discharge.
Pay of the Officers and soldiers in the six Regiments of Marines:
the Regiment commanded by Lieut. Gen. Charles Wills in part of 94,759l. 10s. 5d. for pay from 25 Dec. 1708 to 24 June 1713 and thereafter to the several days of disbandment in 1713 and 1714; detailed 39,536 8
the Regiment commanded by Lieut. Gen. Henry Holt in part of 96,327l. 18s. 2d. for pay from 25 Dec. 1708 to 24 June 1713 and thereafter to the several days of disbandment in 1714, 1715 and 1716; detailed 53,187 15 2
the Regiment commanded successively by Col. Joshua Churchill and Sir Harry Goring in part of 89,812l. 0s. 11d. for pay from 25 Dec. 1708 to 24 March 1712–13, when the same was placed on the Irish Establishment, and for pay of supernumeraries from 25 March to 13 Nov. 1713, the day appointed for general disbandment of the Regiment and to the several days of disbandment in 1713 and 1714; detailed 46,015 13 11
the Regiment commanded by Brig. Gen. Jacob Borr in part of 92,106l. 3s. for pay from 25 Dec. 1708 to 24 June 1713 and thereafter to the several days of disbandment 4 Sept. 1713 to 22 Feb. 1713–14; detailed 41,949 12
the Regiment commanded by Viscount Shannon in part of 97,017l. 3s. 2d. for pay from 25 Dec. 1708 to 14 June 1713 and thereafter to disbandment 21 Dec. 1713 to 27 July 1714; detailed 50,795 3
the Regiment commanded by Lieut. Gen. William Seymour in part of 26,549l. 10s. 1½d. for pay from 25 Dec. 1708 to 24 March 1709–10 when the Regiment was removed to another Establishment; detailed 3,141 13 10½
the Regiment commanded by Col. Charles Churchill in part of 52,531l. 9s. 2d. from 25 March 1710 when the Regiment was placed on this Establishment to 24 March 1712–13 when the same was removed to the Establishment of Ireland; detailed 32,048 9
total for pay of the Regiments 266,674l. 16s. 7¼d.
money paid into the Exchequer for recruits raised in 1710, 1711 and 1712 to reimburse the Receivers of the Land Tax; also for bill money and tally money 1,209 2 6
money paid for bounty-money on disbandment 1,355 16 0
money paid for the Earl of Peterborough as General of the Marine Forces; 2 Nov. 1710 until disbandment in Feb. 1713–14 6,000 0 0
extraordinary payments of divers natures, detailed: £ s. d.
payments to Officers out of respits 1,035 19
salaries and allowances of Officers employed in the affairs of the Marines, viz.: the four Commissioners for disbandment of the Regiments and their staff 2,590l. 3s. 6d.; Lieut. Gen. Charles Wills for assisting to muster and disband the Marine Regiments at Southampton, Chichester and Canterbury 722l. 10s.; Samuel Lynn, Muster Master General, for himself and staff, etc. 2,750l. 7s.; Francis Lynn as Secretary for the Marines in the Admiralty Office, 30 Sept. 1709 to 24 June 1714, 812l. 10s.; money allowed this Accomptant as Marine Paymaster for salary, rent charges, etc. 10,477l. 7s. 10½d.; Auditor's fee 877l. 1s. 7d. 18,229 19 11½
money paid to Charles Cæsar, late Treasurer of the Navy, for Exchequer fees for parts of the money imprested for this service 340 14
money paid to William Rogers, a Master in Chancery, out of dividend money on South Sea Stock, to be disposed on a Decree of the Court in a suit for the offreckonings of Lieut. Gen. Wills's Regiment 1,123 4 6
the sum transferred in capital stock of the South Sea Company to the Trustees for the sale of Public South Sea Stock 25,000 0 0
payments to several clothiers for interest due on Bank Annuities assigned them for clothing the Marine Regiments 191 8 0
45,921 6
money allowed this Accomptant on passing his accompt and for new year's gifts and other charges; detailed 4,762 3 0
money paid to Samuel Lynn, late Muster Master General of the late Marine Regiments, to reimburse his charges from 1 Feb. 1713–14 to 1 Feb. 1717–18 799 13 11
money paid to Sir Bibye Lake, bt., in satisfaction of assignments made by Richard, Viscount Shannon, by Maj. Gen. Charles Wills and by Maj. Gen. Thomas Whetham of the offreckonings of the Regiments under their command 7,806 3
total payments and allowances £334,529 1
and so remains 2,422l. 8s. 6d.
against which depending:
money chargeable upon the late Walter Whitfield, the preceding Paymaster 2,422 8 6
and so the Accomptant is Quit.
Declared 13 December 1728.