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Revenue Account: Branch Analysis

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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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Branch Analysis

STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE FROM MICHAELMAS 1711 TO MICHAELMAS 1712.
(RECORDS OF THE TREASURY: ACCOUNTS, GENERAL, YEARLY [T30] VOL. 4.)
AN ABSTRACT OF THE ACCOMPT OF THE REVENUE OF THE CROWN, TAXES AND MONIES BORROWED FOR ONE ENTIRE YEAR FROM MICHAELMAS 1711 TO MICHAELMAS 1712.
FONDS FOR MEETING DEFICIENCIES.
The several Fonds in the Act for making good Deficiencies 1 Anne [c. 7] which determined 1 Aug. 1710 and the same Fonds continued by an Act 5 Anne [6 Anne, c. 27] from 31 July 1710 to 1 Aug. 1712.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711:
of the Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage 5,760 7 10¼
of the Impositions on Wines, Vinegar,
Tobacco and East India Goods 5,878 2
of the Additional Impositions 2,872 15
of the Duties on Whale Fins 182 13
14,693 18
To Receipts on the said respective Acts 28 Sept. 1711 to 28 Sept. 1712:
on the Grant 1 Anne:
for Customs: Xmas quarter 1711. 914 8 2
for Wines and Vinegar:
Xmas quarter 1711 4,883 8
Ladyday quarter 1712 5,393 6 3
Midsummer quarter 1712 3,059 12
Michaelmas quarter 1712 574 6
13,910 14
for Tobacco:
Xmas quarter 1711 6,117 14 11
Ladyday quarter 1712 6,522 12 4
Midsummer quarter 1712 1,335 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1712 2,691 13 7
16,667 0 10
for East India Goods: Xmas quarter 1711 6 9 0
for the Additional Impositions:
Xmas quarter 1711 3 5 4
Michaelmas quarter 1712 513 0
516 5
(total on the Grant 1 Anne 32,014l.18s. 1d.)
on the Grant 5 Anne:
for Customs:
Xmas quarter 1711 94,283 0
Ladyday quarter 1712 52,025 12 4
Midsummer quarter 1712 44,936 6 4
Michaelmas quarter 1712 63,030 14
254,275 14 0
for Wines and Vinegar:
Xmas quarter 1711 26,279 18 9
Ladyday quarter 1712 24,515 12 2
Midsummer quarter 1712 29,153 18 1
Michaelmas quarter 1712 49,049 8
128,998 17
for Tobacco:
Xmas quarter 1711 11,695 8 9
Ladyday quarter 1712 11,443 19 7
Midsummer quarter 1712 10,890 19
Michaelmas quarter 1712 23,211 0
57,241 7 11
for East India Goods:
Xmas quarter 1711 56,579 12 1
Ladyday quarter 1712 22,598 15 2
Midsummer quarter 1712 39,138 6 8
Michaelmas quarter 1712 9,428 10 8
127,745 4 7
for the Additional Impositions:
Xmas quarter 1711 12,351 6 5
Ladyday quarter 1712 11,978 16 10½
Midsummer quarter 1712 9,304 17
Michaelmas quarter 1712 5,612 12 3
39,247 13 2
for Whale Fins:
Xmas quarter 1711 776 13 11½
Ladyday quarter 1712 1,351 4
Midsummer quarter 1712 1,749 5
Michaelmas quarter 1712 205 12
4,082 16 5
(total on the Grant 5 Anne 611,591l. 13s. 6½d.)
on the Grant 6 Anne which commenced. 31 July 1712:
for Half Subsidies: Michaelmas quarter 1712 8,435 5
for Wines and Vinegar: Michaelmas quarter 1712 741 4 0
for East India Goods: Michaelmas quarter 1712 1,399 0 7
for the Additional Impositions: Michaelmas quarter 1712 2,500 0 0
for Whale Fins: Michaelmas quarter 1712 663 5 0
(total on the Grant 6 Anne 13,738l. 15s. 2½d.)
£672,039 5
[Summary—Remains 28 Sept. 1711 14,693 18
On the Grant 1 Anne 32,014 18 1
On the Grant 5 Anne 611,591 13
On the Grant 6 Anne 13,738 15
£672,039 5 5¾]
Discharge or Creditor: £ s. d.
By paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer to make good Deficiencies provided for by an Act 1 Anne [c. 7] called the Second General Mortgage:
on the First 3s. Aid granted anno 1697:
for Principal 302 1 1
for Interest 203 3 6
on Exchequer Bills issued anno 1697:
for Principal 140 0 0
for Interest 100 15
on the third Quarterly Poll granted anno 1698:
for Principal 500 0 0
for Interest 49 2 3
1,295 2
(total for Principal 942l. 1s. 1d., for Interest 353l. 1s. 0½d.)
Memorandum.—All Principal and Interest on the Act 1 Anne [c. 7] being satisfied,
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
the overplus moneys are to aid the Fond on the Third General Mortgage 5 Anne [5 & 6 Anne, c. 27].
By paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer towards satisfying Principal and Interest on the Act 5 Anne [as above], the Loans thereupon being made for the service of the year 1707 and called the third General Mortgage:
for Principal 596,948 0 5
for Interest at 6 per cent. per an 33,141 10 10
630,089 11 3
By paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer towards satisfying Principal and Interest on the Act 6 Anne [c. 73], the Loans thereupon being made for the service of the year 1708 and called the Fourth General Mortgage:
for Interest at 6 per cent. per an. 9,830 18 3
641,215 11
By cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712:
for the Second General Mortgage 1 Anne: New Customs 3,605 13
for the Third General Mortgage 5 Anne:
New Customs 2,457 0 8
Impositions on Wines and Vinegar,
Tobacco and East India Goods 12,793 6
Additional Impositions 5,849 19
Whale Fins 2,209 17
23,310 3
for the Fourth General Mortgage 6 Anne:
Half Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage 1,879 3
Impositions on Wines and Vinegar and
East India Goods 1,066 16 10
Additional Impositions 951 2 0
Whale Fins 10 15 0
3,907 16 11½
(total remains 28 Sept. 1712 30,823l. 13s. 10¼d.)
£672,039 5
Memorandum.—All Principal and Interest on the Act of 5 Anne [as above] being satisfied or sufficient money reserved in the Exchequer, the monies arising by one moiety or half of the Subsidies and the other Duties continued from 1 Aug. 1712 to 1 Aug. 1714 are appropriated to repay loans and interest thereof on the Act 6 Anne [as above] called the Fourth General Mortgage.
[Summary—Under the Act 1 Anne 1,295 2
Under the Act 5 Anne 630,089 11 3
Under the Act 6 Anne 9,830 18 3
Remains at 28 Sept. 1712 30,823 13 10¼
£672,039 5
STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE.
By an Act 3 Anne [3 & 4 Anne, c. 18].
THE CONTINUED DUTIES ON LOW WINES AND OTHER PARTICULARSAS BELOW: THE NEW ADDITIONAL DUTIES ON COFFEE, TEA AND SPICES: THE NEW ADDITIONAL DUTIES OF 15l. PER CENT. ON CALICOES AND CHINA WARES: THE NEW ADDITIONAL DUTIES OF 4l. PER CENT. ON UNRATED DRUGS:
(The last three are continued by an Act 6 Anne [c. 2] to 24 June 1714.)
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 2,823 10
To Receipts on the several Duties 28 Sept. 1711 to 28 Sept. 1712:
on the Continued Duties:
Xmas quarter 1711 on Coffee, Tea, etc. 8,773 1
Xmas quarter 1711 on 151. per cent. Muslins 12,024 14 10
Ladyday quarter 1712 on arrears of Low Wines 13,570 3 6
Ladyday quarter 1712 on 151. per cent. Muslins 6 13 10½
Midsummer quarter 1712 on Coffee, Tea, etc. 1,208 2
Midsummer quarter 1712 on 151. per cent. Muslins 15,466 8
Michaelmas quarter 1712 on Coffee, Tea, etc. 12,943 9
63,992 15
(total on Low Wines 13,570l. 3s. 6d., on Coffee, etc., 22,924l. 14s. 0½d., and on Muslins 27,497l. 17s. 6d.)
on the Additional Duties:
Xmas quarter 1711 875 18 0
Ladyday quarter 1712 458 15 1
Midsummer quarter 1712 11,241 5 5
Michaelmas quarter 1712 2,678 10 1
15,254 8 7
£82,070 13
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d.
By Principal repaid in further part of 700,000l. 54,695 0 0
Interest at 6 per cent 20,853 6 1
75,548 6 1
Balance in cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept.1712. 6,522 7
£82,070 13
BRANCH ANALYSIS: CUSTOMS AND EXCISE.
Last year Wm. III and 1 Anne [1 Anne, c. 1].
THE ADDITIONAL SUBSIDY OF TONNAGE AND POUNDAGE CONTINUED FROM 9 MARCH 17017–2 FOR THE QUEEN'S LIFE.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711:
for the Queen's Civil List 246 0 4
of arrears towards the late King's debts 1,440 10 9
1,686 11 1
To Receipts at the Exchequer for the Neat Produce of this Revenue Mich. 1711 to Mich. 1712:
for the Queen's Civil List:
Xmas quarter 1711 91,523 19 6
Ladyday quarter 1712 49,982 3 0
Midsummer quarter 1712 55,695 1 10½
Michaelmas quarter 1712 63,906 2
261,107 7 2
for the late King's Debts:
Midsummer quarter 1712 1 8 9
Michaelmas quarter 1712 391 6
392 15
(total Receipts 261,500l. 2s. 3½d.)
£263,186 13
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid at the Exchequer for the Queen's Civil List:
to Francis, Lord Ryalton, late Cofferer of the Household, upon accompt 15,179 17 11¼
to Francis, Lord Masham, the present Cofferer, ditto 14,974 4
to John, Viscount Fitzharding, Treasurer of the Chamber, ditto 10,326 9 7
to the Robes per Henry Pigott, ditto 2,000 0 0
to Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the Works, ditto 7,229 4
to William Roberts, Paymaster of the Works at Windsor, ditto 948 13 11¼
to Charles, Duke of Somerset, Master of the Horse, for extraordinaries of the Stables, ditto 6,500 0 0
to Foreign Ministers on their ordinary and extraordinary entertainments 35,118 13
to fees and salaries 37,127 8
to pensions and annuities 3,565 10 6
to Spencer Compton for the Queen's charities, etc. 21,813 13 10
to ditto for French Protestants 4,000 0 0
to the Band of Pensioners per William Smith, their Paymaster 1,500 0 0
to several of the Queen's Royal Bounty 2,554 2 0
to Lord Dartmouth, Principal Secretary of State, for secret service 750 0 0
to Henry St. John, ditto, for ditto 3,500 0 0
to William Lowndes for ditto 12,200 0 0
to the Privy Purse per Mrs. Abigail Masham 15,982 6 8
to Samuel Smythen, the Queen's goldsmith, for plate 3,164 10 0
to Gomez Serra, for jewels 1,065 0 0
to jewels, or presents in lieu, to Foreign Ministers nil
to Contingencies 16,540 5 4
to the African Company by way of loan 1,147 10 0
to services relating to Scotland 735 12 6
to Robert Corker, on accompt of the Tin Affair 30,580 0 0
to Francis Scobell, ditto 12,100 0 0
260,603 3
By ditto out of Arrears for the late King's debts:
to the Duke of Montague, Master of the Great Wardrobe, upon accompt 191 3 7
to the Executors of Charles Gifford on his pension 73 3 4
264 6 11
260,867 10
By cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712:
for the Queen's Civil List 750 4
arrears for the late King's debts 1,568 18 11½
2,319 3
£263,186 13
THE DUTIES APPROPRIATED FOR PAYING INTEREST ON THE IRISH TRANSPORT DEBT.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 22 12 1
Discharge or Creditor.
By cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 22 12 1
[7 & 8 Wm. III, c. 20]
THE 25l. PER CENT. ON FRENCH GOODS FOR 21 YEARS FROM 28 FEBRUARY 1696.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Receipts at the Exchequer:
Xmas quarter 1711 137 0
Midsummer quarter 1712 895 9 0
Michaelmas quarter 1712 1 9 8
£1,033 18 11½
Discharge or Creditor.
By cash transferred to the Fond for 40,000l. per an. in
Annuities purchased anno 1708 [see p. lxxvi] 1,032 9
By cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 1 9 8
£1,033 18 11½
PLANTATION DUTIES GRANTED 25 CAR. II (c. 7).
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 570 12
To Receipts at the Exchequer:
Xmas quarter 1711 1,457 12 7
Ladyday quarter 1712 623 5 4
Michaelmas quarter 1712 131 10 6
2,212 8 5
£2,783 1
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d.
By Interest of Loans on the Fifth General Mortgate anno 1709 570 12
By cash transferred to the Fond for Annuities on 40,000l. per an. purchased anno 1708 [see p. lxxvi] 1,405 12
By paid Prince Charles of Denmark in lieu of his pretensions to the Bishopric of Eutin 675 5
2,651 10
Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 131 10 6
£2,783 1
[9 Wm. III, c. 15]
ARREARS OF THE DUTIES ON COALS AND CULM GRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS FROM 15 MAY 1698.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 4 13
To Receipts at the Exchequer:
Xmas quarter 1711 0 6
Ladyday quarter 1712 2 4
Midsummer quarter 1712 20 11 3
23 2 0
£27 15
Discharge or Creditor.
By cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 £27 15
[1 Anne St. 2, c. 4]
ARREARS OF THE DUTIES ON COAL, CULM AND CINDERS GRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS FROM 14 MAY 1703.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 1,037 8 4
To Receipts at the Exchequer:
Xmas quarter 1711 2 16 3
Ladyday quarter 1712 159 10
Midsummer quarter 1712 455 16 4
Michaelmas quarter 1712 2 6 4
620 9
£1,657 17
Discharge or Creditor.
By cash remaining in the Exchequer £1,657 17
ARREARS OF THE DUTIES ON COALS, CULM AND CINDERS CONTINUED 4 ANNE [4 & 5 ANNE, c. 18] FROM 14 MAY 1708 TO 30 SEPTEMBER 1710.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Receipts at the Exchequer:
Xmas quarter 1711 79 15 4
Ladyday quarter 1712 949 8
Midsummer quarter 1712 1,141 12
Michaelmas quarter 1712 138 17 5
£2,309 13 10
Discharge or Creditor.
By cash transferred to the General Fond for Annuities purchased anno 1706 [see below p. lxxv] £2,309 13 10
THE ONE-THIRD ADDITIONAL SUBSIDY OF TONNAGE AND POUNDAGE CONTINUED 4 ANNE [4 & 5 ANNE, c. 18] FOR 98 YEARS FROM 8 MARCH 1706.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Receipts at the Exchequer:
Xmas quarter 1711 30,900 6
Ladyday quarter 1712 15,244 16 0
Midsummer quarter 1712 18,586 14 5
Michaelmas quarter 1712 22,387 3
£87,118 19 11
Discharge or Creditor.
By cash transferred to the General Fond for Annuities purchased anno 1706 [see p. lxxv] £87,118 19 11
THE TWO-THIRDS ADDITIONAL TONNAGE AND POUNDAGE GRANTED 3 ANNE [3 & 4 ANNE, c. 3] FOR FOUR YEARS FROM 8 MARCH 1704–5 AND CONTINUED 6 ANNE [c. 50] to 7 MARCH 1711–12.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 2,835 0
To Receipts at the Exchequer:
Xmas quarter 1711 34,204 11
Ladyday quarter 1712 16,503 12 6
Midsummer quarter 1712 7,785 1
Michaelmas quarter 1712 2,233 10 7
60,726 15 7
£63,561 15
Discharge or Creditor.
By Principal repaid in further part of a credit for 636,537l. 4s. 0½d. 54,431 12
Interest at 6 per cent. 7,132 19 0
61,564 11
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 1,997 4 1
£63,561 15
THE DUTY OF 25l. PER TON ON FRENCH PRIZE WINES GRANTED 6 ANNE [c. 73] FROM 15 MARCH 1707 DURING THE WAR.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 5,278 13 5
To Receipts there:
Xmas quarter 1711 2,272 0
Ladyday quarter 1712 2,852 9 9
Midsummer quarter 1712 1,707 16 9
Michaelmas quarter 1712 3,105 16
9,938 3 4
£15,216 16 9
Discharge or Creditor.
By Interest of Loans on the Fourth General Mortgage anno 1708 at 6 per cent. 14,235 16 2
By Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 981 0 7
£15,216 16 9
THE 25l. PER TON ON FRENCH WINES IMPORTED: BY AN ACT 9 ANNE [c. 8].
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 1,759 3
To Receipts there:
Xmas quarter 1711 2,747 19 9
Ladyday quarter 1712 6,412 4 4
Midsummer quarter 1712 2,168 14
Michaelmas quarter 1712 1,234 2
12,563 0 11
£14,322 4
Discharge or Creditor.
By cash transferred to the General Fond for 80,000l. per an. in annuities purchased anno 1708 [see p. lxxvii] 13,076 0
By balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 1,246 3 4
£14,322 4
ARREARS OF THE ONE-THIRD TONNAGE AND POUNDAGE GRANTED 2 ANNE [2 & 3 ANNE, c. 18] FROM 8 MARCH 1703.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 61 11 10½
Discharge or Creditor.
By cash paid Charles, Prince of Denmark, in lieu of his pretensions to the Bishopric of Eutin £61 11 10½
Anno 9 Anne [I. 6].
THE SUBSIDY OF POUNDAGE AND OTHER DUTIES ON GOODS EXPORTED REVIVED AND CONTINUED FOR 32 YEARS FROM 8 MARCH 1710–11.
DUTIES ON COALS, CULM AND CINDERS GRANTED FOR THE SAME TIME.
ADDITIONAL DUTIES ON CANDLES GRANTED FOR THE SAME TIME FROM 25 MARCH 1711.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 53,109 16
To Receipts on the said Duties between 28 Sept. 1711 and 28 Sept. 1712:
on Goods Exported:
Xmas quarter 1711 8,984 15 6
Ladyday quarter 1712 7,546 9
Midsummer quarter 1712 6,861 1 4
Michaelmas quarter 1712 8,850 13 9
32,242 19 10½
on Coals, etc.:
Xmas quarter 1711 9,146 8 3
Ladyday quarter 1712 4,661 7 5
Midsummer quarter 1712 15,923 16 9
Michaelmas quarter 1712 18,810 19 11
48,542 12 4
on the Additional on Candles:
Xmas quarter 1711 10,558 0 10½
Ladyday quarter 1712 21,730 8 0
Midsummer quarter 1712 13,535 11
Michaelmas quarter 1712 4,978 2 7
50,802 2 6
(total Receipts 131,587l. 14s. 8½d.)
£184,697 10 9
Discharge or Creditor.
By the Adventurers to the 1,500,000l. Lottery 1711 per Bernard Hutchins, Paymaster 55,741 8 10
By Christopher Rhodes, Secretary to the Manager of the said Lottery, towards incidental expenses 2,048 17 2
57,790 6 0
Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 126,907 4 9
£184,697 10 9
PRIZE DUTY FROM THE PLANTATIONS.
Charge or Debtor.
To Receipts at the Exchequer: £ s. d.
Ladyday quarter 1712 1,551 18 8
Michaelmas quarter 1712 164 14 0
£1,716 12 8
Discharge or Creditor.
By cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 £1,716 12 8
THE ADDITIONAL EXCISE OF 3d. A BARREL GRANTED 8 ANNE [c. 12] FOR 32 YEARS FROM 25 MARCH 1710.
THE ADDITIONAL DUTIES ON PEPPER, RAISINS, SPICES AND SNUFF FOR 32 YEARS FROM 6 FEBRUARY 1709–10.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 50,396 4
To Receipts there on the said Duties Mich. 1711 to Mich 1712:
on the Additional 3d. Excise:
Xmas quarter 1711 11,615 0 4
Ladyday quarter 1712 13,660 11
Midsummer quarter 1712 12,654 14 10
Michaelmas quarter 1712 13,468 2 10½
51,398 9 9
and to Receipts on ditto from Scotland:
Midsummer quarter 1712 588 13 11
Michaelmas quarter 1712 220 3 10
808 17 9
(total on the Additional 3d. Excise 52,207l. 7s. 6d.)
on Pepper, Raisins, etc.
Xmas quarter 1711 6,111 19
Ladyday quarter 1712 10,499 3
Midsummer quarter 1712 5,733 12
Michaelmas quarter 1712 4,154 8 5
26,499 3
(total Receipts 78,706l. 11s. 1½d.)
£129,102 15 4
Discharge or Debtor.
By paid on annuities for 32 years from Mich. 1710 amounting to 81,000l. per an 83,060 12 6
By William Clayton for reward and charges, etc. 196 12 0
By Samuel Edwin, Usher of the Receipt of the Exchequer, for necessaries 975 7 2
84,232 11 8
By Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 44,870 3 8
£129,102 15 4
Anno 8 Anne [c. 10].
THE DUTIES OF 3s. PER CHALDRON ON COALS, CULM AND CINDERS FOR 32 YEARS FROM MICHAELMAS 1710.
THE ADDITIONAL RATES AND DUTIES ON HOUSES FOR WINDOWS GRANTED FOR THE SAME TIME.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711:
of Duties on Coals, Culm, etc. 48,238 1
of Duties on Houses 5,849 5 0
54,087 6
To cash received on Coals, Culm, etc.:
Xmas quarter 1711 14,000 18
Ladyday quarter 1712 7,385 14
Midsummer quarter 1712 23,524 14
Michaelmas quarter 1712 28,481 0 0
73,392 6
ditto on the Duties on Houses:
Xmas quarter 1711 5,361 2 8
Ladyday quarter 1712 6,585 2 6
Midsummer quarter 1712 12,129 1 3
Michaelmas quarter 1712 10,949 14 11
35,025 1 4
(total Receipts 108,417l. 7s. 10½d.)
£162,504 14 3
Discharge or Creditor.
By the Adventurers to the Lottery for 1,500,000l. anno 1710 per Sir John Humble, Paymaster 139,200 0 0
By Thomas Strickland, Commissioner of the Transfer Office, for incident charges of the said Lottery 2,642 5 8
By Francis Sorrell and Robert Georges, Secretaries to the Managers of the said Lottery, ditto 3,655 2 10
By Samuel Edwin, Usher of the Receipt of the Exchequer, for necessaries 5,667 16
151,165 5
Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712:
of the Duties on Coals, Culm, etc. 2,174 17 10½
of the Duties on Houses 9,164 11 4
11,339 9
£162,504 14 3
ARREARS OF THE DUTIES ON GLASS WARES GRANTED 6 AND 7 WM. III [c. 18].
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 85 3 6
To Receipts there in Midsummer quarter 1712 54 15 0
£139 18 6
Discharge or Creditor.
By Interest of Loans on the 5th General Mortgage anno 1709 at 6 per cent. 85 3 6
By cash transferred to the Fond for 40,000l. per an., purchased anno 1708 [see p. lxxvii] 54 15 0
£139 18 6
THE TWO-THIRDS ADDITIONAL SUBSIDY OF TONNAGE AND POUNDAGE CONTINUED BY AN ACT 7 ANNE [c. 31] FROM 8 MARCH 1711–12 FOR EVER.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Receipts at the Exchequer:
from 8 March 1711–12 to Ladyday 1712 2,230 11
Midsummer quarter 1712 14,212 11
Michaelmas quarter 1712 22,457 8 4
£38,900 11 9
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d.
By [paid] the Bank of England on their Allowance of 3 per cent. per an. for circulating Exchequer Bills 13,355 8 10
By Samuel Edwin, Usher of the Receipt of the Exchequer, for necessaries 3,087 14 7
16,443 3 5
Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 22,457 8 4
£38,900 11 9
THE HALF SUBSIDY OF TONNAGE AND POUNDAGE CONTINUED BY AN ACT 6 ANNE [c. 48] FOR 96 YEARS FROM 31 JULY 1712.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Receipts at the Exchequer 31 July to Mich. 1712 8,435 5
Discharge or Creditor.
By cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 8,435 5
ARREARS OF THE TONNAGE DUTIES ON SHIPS AND VESSELS WHICH CEASED 17 MAY 1696.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To money received at the Exchequer Xmas quarter 1711:
of the two-sevenths tonnage 0 1 7
of the five-sevenths tonnage 0 3 11½
£0 5
Discharge or Creditor.
Out of the five-sevenths: by [paid] the Bank of England on their yearly sum of 100,000l. 0 3 11½
Out of the two-sevenths: by Annuities for One, Two or Three Lives now charged on the two-sevenths Excise 0 1 7
£0 5
THE HEREDITARY AND TEMPORARY EXCISE.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the hands of Edward Pauncefort, Cashier, at Mich. 1711 0 0
To Receipts of the said Cashier Mich. 1711 to Mich. 1712:
Xmas quarter 1711, for the gross Produce 107,278 4
Ladyday quarter 1712, ditto 106,207 11
Midsummer quarter 1712, ditto 109,481 19
Michaelmas quarter 1712, ditto 107,924 8
430,892 2 11¾
£430,892 3 0
The Gross Receipts as above 430,892 2 11¾
Less on account of Management 14,633 7
416,258 15 7
Whereof to pay annuities charged on the 3,700l. a week Excise 192,400 0 0
And for the Civil List 223,858 15 7
£416,258 15 7
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d.
By paid according to the weekly certificates of the Cashier:
for account of the Civil List:
to the Duke of Northumberland on his Pension 3,000 0 0
to the Duke of Cleveland the like 3,000 0 0
to the Duke of Grafton the like 2,000 0 0
to the Duchess of Grafton the like 1,000 0 0
9,000 0 0
for account of Management:
for salaries 12,191 9 11
for incident charges 2,432 10 11
to repay overcharges 5 5
to allowances on exportations 4 1 3
14,633 7
[By paid] into the Exchequer according to the same Certificates:
for the Civil List:
Xmas quarter 1711 51,023 13 4
Ladyday quarter 1712 53,033 4 7
Midsummer quarter 1712 54,608 14
Michaelmas quarter 1712 56,193 3
214,858 15 7
for the 3,700l. a week:
Xmas quarter 1711 48,100 0 0
Ladyday quarter 1712 48,100 0 0
Midsummer quarter 1712 48,100 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1712 48,100 0 0
192,400 0 0
430,892 2 11¾
(total paid into the Exchequer 407,258l. 15s. 7d.)
Balance remaining with the Cashier 28 Sept. 1712 0 0
£430,892 3 0
THE EXCHEQUER FOR THE WEEKLY SUM OF 3,700l. OUT OF THE HEREDITARY AND TEMPORARY EXCISE.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 78,589 5
in the Cashier's hands 1 Oct. 1711 3,700 0 0
82,289 5
the sum total of the weekly payments 1 Oct. 1711 to 29 Sept. 1712 192,400 0 0
£274,689 5
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
By paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer:
on Annuities for One Life 16,504 5 10
ditto for Two Lives 7,751 10 0
ditto for Three Lives 2,324 13 4
ditto for 99 years 123,614 3 10½
150,194 13
to Rewards:
to the Auditor of the Receipt 590 0 0
to the Clerk of the Pells 280 0 0
to the Four Tellers 560 0 0
1,430 0 0
to the Bankers' Annuities, redeemable by Parliament 36,682 2
188,306 15
Balance in cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 82,682 10 0
and in the Cashier's hands 3,700 0 0
86,382 10 0
£274,689 5
THE EXCHEQUER FOR THE HEREDITARY AND TEMPORARY EXCISE PAID IN THERE FOR THE CIVIL GOVERNMENT.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 7,290 16 3
and in the Cashier's hands 1 Oct. 1711 1,725 7
9,016 3 10½
To the sum total of the payments made at the Exchequer by the Cashier of Excise 1 Oct. 1711 to 30 Sept. 1712 214,858 15 7
£223,874 19
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer for the Civil List:
to Francis, Lord Ryalton, late Cofferer of the Household, upon accompt 24,132 6
to Samuel, Lord Masham, present Cofferer, ditto 29,148 13
to John, Lord Fitzharding, Treasurer of the Chamber, ditto 8,361 3 4
to John, Duke of Montague, Master of the Great Wardrobe, ditto 2,500 0 0
to the Robes per Henry Pigott, ditto 1,100 0 0
to Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the Works, ditto 3,950 3 2
to William Roberts, Paymaster of the Works at Windsor, ditto 67 5
to Charles, Duke of Somerset, late Master of the Horse, ditto 1,000 0 0
to Conyers Darcy and George Fielding, Commissioners for executing the Office of Master of the Horse 500 0 0
to Foreign Ministers on their ordinary and extraordinary allowances 24,786 9
to Fees and Salaries 22,922 6
to Pensions and Annuities 2,097 12 6
to Spencer Compton, for the Queen's Pensions, Charities, etc. 13,613 0 0
to the Band of Pensioners per William Smith, Paymaster 2,250 0 0
to several as of the Queen's Royal Bounty 1,710 6 0
to William, Lord Dartmouth, Principal Secretary of State, for Secret Service 1,500 0 0
to Henry, Viscount Bolinbroke, another, for ditto 1,000 0 0
to William Lowndes, for ditto 9,800 0 0
to the Privy Purse per Mrs. Abigail Masham 10,405 0 0
to jewels or presents in lieu to Foreign Ministers 408 7 6
to Samuel Smythen, the Queen's Goldsmith, for Plate 3,983 2 0
to Contingencies 12,274 3 10½
to an extraordinary advance to William Penn in part of 12,000l. for his Government in Pensilvania 1,000 0 0
to sundry affairs relating to Scotland 5,080 0 0
to Robert Corker, on account of the Tin Affair 24,510 0 0
to Francis Scobell, ditto 14,100 0 0
222,199 19 10
By cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 813 13
And in the Cashier's hands 1 Oct. 1712 861 6 7
1,674 19
£223,874 19
[5 Wm. & Mary, c. 7,s. 26]
THE NINEPENCE PER BARREL EXCISE FOR SIXTEEN YEARS FROM 17 MAY 1697.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 nil
To Receipts at the Exchequer:
Xmas quarter 1711 36,059 4
Ladyday quarter 1712 36,457 5
Midsummer quarter 1712 34,158 19 11½
Michaelmas quarter 1712 37,841 16
£144,517 6 1
Discharge or Creditor.
By cash transferred to the Fond for Annuities purchased 1706 [see p. lxxv] £144,817 6 1
THE HEREDITARY NINEPENCE PER BARREL EXCISE COMMENCING 17 MAY 1696.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711:
on the five-sevenths 1,084 1
on the two-sevenths 21,246 10
22,330 11 10
To Receipts 28 Sept. 1711 to 28 Sept. 1712:
on the two-sevenths Excise:
Xmas quarter 1711 8,711 1
Ladyday quarter 1712 9,997 9
Midsummer quarter 1712 9,262 4 3
Michaelmas quarter 1712 10,222 13 1
38,193 8 0
on the five-sevenths Excise:
Xmas quarter 1711 21,777 13
Ladyday quarter 1712 24,993 14 5
Midsummer quarter 1712 23,155 11
Michaelmas quarter 1712 25,556 13
95,483 13
(total Receipts 133,677l. 1s. 5½d.)
£156,007 13
Discharge or Creditor.
out of the two-sevenths Excise
By Annuities for One, Two and Three Lives 36,342 16 8
By Rewards, viz., to the Auditor of the Receipt 150 0 0
36,492 16 8
out of the five-sevenths Excise:
By [paid] the Bank of England on 100,000l. per an. 96,010 13
132,503 9 10½
Balance remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712:
on the two-sevenths 22,947 1
on the five-sevenths 557 1
23,504 3 5
£156,007 13
[4 Wm., & Mary,c. 3]
THE ADDITIONAL NINEPENCE PER BARREL EXCISE FOR 99 YEARS FROM 25 JAN. 1692–3.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711. 57,932 1
To Receipts there:
Xmas quarter 1711 30,495 17
Ladyday quarter 1712 34,991 3 10½
Midsummer quarter 1712 32,417 15 11
Michaelmas quarter 1712 35,779 6 9
133,684 4 4
£191,616 5
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] on Annuities at 14l. per cent. 126,122 0 2
more at 7l. per cent. with the Advantage of Survivorship 7,525 11
133,647 11
By rewards to Officers:
to the Auditor of the Receipt 500 0 0
to the Clerk of the Pells 400 0 0
to the Four Tellers 300 0 0
to Samuel Edwin, Usher of the Receipt, for necessaries 569 15 0
1,769 15 0
135,417 6
Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712. 56,198 19 2
£191,616 5
ARREARS OF SUNDRY BRANCHES OF EXCISE LONG SINCE DETERMINED.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711:
of the One-Third Double-9d. Excise 26 4
To Receipts there Xmas quarter 1711:
for the One-Third of the Double-9d. £ s. d.
Excise 4 15 2
for the Two-Thirds of the same 9 10 4
for arrears of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 8 16 5
23 1 11
£49 6
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d.
For accompt of the late King's Debts:
to the Duke of Montague, Master of the Great Wardrobe, upon accompt 8 16 5
by cash transferred to the Fond for 40,000l. per an. in Annuities purchased anno 1708 [see p. lxxvi] 9 10 4
18 6 9
By cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 of the One-Third Double-9d. Excise 30 19
£49 6
ARREARS OF THE DUTIES ON MALT, MUM, CYDER AND PERRY.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711:
on the Grant 7 Anne [c. 3] from 23 June 1709 to 24 June 1710 pro anno 1709 1,985 4 6
on the Grant 8 Anne [c. 3] from 23 June 1710 to 24 June 1711 pro anno 1710 16,104 13 1
18,089 17 7
To Receipts at the Exchequer for arrears on the several Grants following from 28 Sept. 1711 to 28 Sept. 1712:
on the Grant 1 Anne [st. 2, c. 3] from 23 June 1703 to 24 June 1704 pro anno 1703:
Xmas quarter 1711 26 7 10
on the Grant 8 Anne [c. 3] from 23 June 1710 to 24 June 1711 pro anno 1710:
Xmas quarter 1711 9,606 17
Ladyday quarter 1712 4,209 11
Midsummer quarter 1712 238 17 5
Michaelmas quarter 1712 51 2
ditto from Scotland 21 13 7
14,128 2
(total Receipts 14,154l. 10s. 3½d.)
£32,244 7 10½
Discharge or Creditor.
Malt 1703:
By cash transferred to the Fond for 40,000l. per an. in Annuities purchased anno 1708 [see p. lxxvii] 26 7 10
Malt 1709:
By Principal of Loans on this Aid 200 0 0
Interest on ditto at 6 per cent. 6 1 3
By cash transferred to the Fond for 40,000l. per an. in Annuities purchased anno 1708 [see p. lxxvii] 964 15 2
1,170 16 5
Malt 1710:
By Principal repaid on the Duties on Malt 1708 transferred 100 0 0
Interest on ditto at 5 per cent. 2 3 4
By Principal repaid on the Register for Malt 1710 21,500 0 0
Interest at 6 per cent. 4,730 17 3
By cash transferred to the Fond for 40,000l. per an. in annuities anno 1708 [see p. lxxvii] 1,126 11
ditto to the Fond for 80,000l. per an. in Annuities anno 1708 [see p. lxxvii] 389 18
27,849 10
29,046 15
Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712:
of Malt 1709 814 8 1
of Malt 1710 2,383 4 9
3,197 12 10
£32,244 7 10½
9 Anne [c. 3] pro anno 1711.
THE LIKE DUTIES ON MALT, MUM, CYDER AND PERRY CONTINUED 23 JUNE 1711 TO 24 JUNE 1712.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 753 0 6
To Receipts there:
Xmas quarter 1711 8,108 5
Ladyday quarter 1712 99,192 9 4
Midsummer quarter 1712 193,559 11 3
Michaelmas quarter 1712 184,531 12 9
485,391 18
£486,144 19
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
By Principal of Loans registered on Malt 1709 transferred to Malt 1711 226,198 10 4
Interest on ditto at 6 per cent. 23,947 5 0
250,145 15 4
By Principal of Loans on this Duty after the said transference 182,652 6 0
Interest on ditto at 6 per cent. 17,795 8 2
200,447 14 2
450,593 9 6
Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 35,551 9
£486,144 19
10 Anne [c. 7] pro anno 1712.
THE LIKE DUTIES ON MALT, MUM, CYDER AND PERRY CONTINUED FROM 23 JUNE 1712 TO 24 JUNE 1713.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Receipts at the Exchequer Michaelmas quarter 1712 £969 11 3
Discharge or Creditor.
By Interest repaid on the Duties on Malt 1710 transferred to Malt 1712 61 10 0
By Interest repaid on the Register for the Duty after the said transference 231 0 0
292 10 0
By Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 677 1 3
£969 11 3
[6 Anne, c. 2]
THE 36s. PER BARREL SWEETS GRANTED FOR 99 YEARS FROM 24 MARCH 1706–7.
THE DUTIES ON LOW WINES AND SPIRITS OF THE FIRST EXTRACTION FOR 96 YEARS FROM 23 JUNE 1710.
THE DUTIES ON HAWKERS, PEDLARS AND PETTY CHAPMEN FOR 96 YEARS FROM 23 JUNE 1710.
THE STAMP DUTIES ON VELLUM, PARCHMENT AND PAPER FOR 96 YEARS FROM 31 JULY 1710.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Receipts at the Exchequer: on Sweets:
Xmas quarter 1711 87 3 6
Ladyday quarter 1712 61 18 7
Midsummer quarter 1712 77 14 4
Michaelmas quarter 1712 163 8
390 5
ditto: on Low Wines:
Xmas quarter 1711 7,334 5
Ladyday quarter 1712 7,445 6 3
Midsummer quarter 1712 7,052 17 1
Michaelmas quarter 1712 5,223 14
27,056 3 9
and on the part of Scotland: Michaelmas quarter 1712 152 14 7
ditto: on Hawkers and Pedlars:
Xmas quarter 1711 500 0 0
Midsummer quarter 1712 3,000 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1712 2,500 0 0
6,000 0 0
ditto: on Stamp Duties:
Xmas quarter 1711 8,907 9
Ladyday quarter 1712 9,434 8 8
Midsummer quarter 1712 8,880 5 6
Michaelmas quarter 1712 11,768 10
38,990 14 0
£72,589 17
Discharge or Creditor.
By cash transferred to the Fond for Annuities purchased anno 1707 [see p. lxxvi]. 72,589 17
THE 12d. PER BUSHELL ON SALT GRANTED 7 & 8 WM. III [c. 31] FOR EVER.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 22,173 13
To Receipts there:
Xmas quarter 1711 11,657 17 11½
Ladyday quarter 1712 6,649 9 6
Midsummer quarter 1712 5,087 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1712 26,730 4
50,124 11 7
£72,298 5
Discharge or Creditor.
By Principal of Loans registered on the First General Mortgage 50 0 0
By Interest on ditto 0 16 0
50 16 0
By Interest of Loans registered on the Sixth General Mortgage 33,479 6 1
By the English Company trading to the South Seas 23,457 17 11½
56,988 0
Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712, viz.:
of Salt for the South Sea Company 12,298 10 3
of Salt and Glass Wares for the First General Mortgage 3,011 14 11
15,310 5 2
£72,298 5
[9 Wm. III, c. 44 and c. 25.]
THE 28d. PER BUSHELL SALT GRANTED FROM 25 DECEMBER 1699 FOR EVER.
WITH
THE ADDITIONAL STAMP DUTIES FROM 1 AUGUST 1698.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 107 1 11½
To Receipts there:
on the Salt Duties:
Xmas quarter 1711 27,201 15
Ladyday quarter 1712 15,329 8 6
Midsummer quarter 1712 11,701 19 2
Michaelmas quarter 1712 62,370 10 0
116,603 12 11½
on the Stamp Duties:
Xmas quarter 1711 9,660 4 3
Ladyday quarter 1712 10,824 6
Midsummer quarter 1712 10,706 10 4
Michaelmas quarter 1712 12,322 1 0
43,513 2
(total Receipts 160,116l. 15s. 1d.)
£160,223 17
Discharge or Creditor.
By the English Company trading to India in a Joint Stock on 160,000l. per an. 160,000 0 0
Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 223 17
£160,223 17
ARREARS OF THE DUTIES ON STAMPT VELLOM, PARCHMENT AND PAPER, CONTINUED BY AN ACT 1 ANNE [c. 7] FROM 31 JULY 1706 TO 1 AUGUST 1710.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 1,857 17
To Receipts there:
Xmas quarter 1711 413 3
Ladyday quarter 1712 805 7 5
Midsummer quarter 1712 51 12 4
Michaelmas quarter 1712 9 13
1,279 16 2
£3,137 13
Discharge or Creditor.
On the Second General Mortgage:
by Principal unpaid on the First 3s. Aid 197 18 11
On the Third General Mortgage:
by Principal unpaid on the Third General Mortgage anno 1707 2,027 9 6
2,225 8 5
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 912 4
£3,137 13
8 Anne [c. 5].
THE DUTIES ON CANDLES GRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS FROM 1 MAY 1710 WITH THE RATES ON MONIES GIVEN WITH APPRENTICES FOR THE SAME TIME.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 610 17
To Receipts there:
for the Duties on Candles:
Xmas quarter 1711 10,557 7 9
Ladyday quarter 1712 21,721 1 8
Midsummer quarter 1712 13,533 6
Michaelmas quarter 1712 4,978 6
50,790 1 11
on the part of Scotland 700 0 0
for rates on Apprentices:
Xmas quarter 1711 718 18 8
Ladyday quarter 1712 657 1
Midsummer quarter 1712 874 11 6
Michaelmas quarter 1712 1,027 15 1
3,278 7
(total Receipts 54,768l. 8s. 11½d.)
£55,379 6 0
Discharge or Creditor.
By Principal repaid in part of a Credit for 500,000l. 29,659 8 10
Interest at 6 per cent. 24,521 17 4
54,181 6 2
Balance remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 1,197 19 10
£55,379 6 0
9 Anne [c. 12 and c. 16].
THE DUTIES ON HIDES AND SKINS, TANNED, TAWED AND DRESSED, AND ON VELLOM AND PARCHMENT FOR 32 YEARS FROM 24 JUNE 1711.
STAMP DUTIES ON CUSTOM DEBENTURES, BILLS OF LADING, ALMANACKS AND LICENCES FOR RETAILING WINES AND SELLING ALE FOR 32 YEARS FROM 1 AUG. 1711.
THE DUTY OF 6d. PER PACK ON CARDS AND 5s. A PAIR ON DICE FOR DITTO FROM 11 JUNE 1711.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 12,620 5 7
To Receipts:
on the Duties on Hides, etc.:
Xmas quarter 1711 24,420 12
Ladyday quarter 1712 15,556 18 0
Midsummer quarter 1712 15,179 16 4
Michaelmas quarter 1712 23,949 6 11
79,106 13
on Stamps, Cards and Dice:
Xmas quarter 1711 1,121 17 8
Ladyday quarter 1712 1,827 14
Midsummer quarter 1712 1,818 18
Michaelmas quarter 1712 2,761 14 4
7,530 4 5
on Rock Salt:
Ladyday quarter 1712 171 19 8
Michaelmas quarter 1712 140 0 0
311 19 8
on Chairs:
Michaelmas quarter 1712 100 0 0
Note.—In the Income of the Duties on Hides is included 300l. paid into the Exchequer per the Receiver of Customs for the Duties on Hides Imported.
To the sum total of the weekly payments of 700l. certified to be made at the Exchequer by the Receiver General of the Post Office between 29 Sept. 1711 and 29 Sept. 1712 as per Accompt following [p. lii] making 53 weeks 37,1000 0 0
£136,769 3
By the contribution to the Two Million Adventure 1711 per Charles Blunt, Paymaster 101,931 6 9
By paid Christopher Rhodes, Secretary to the Management of the said Adventure for incident expenses 2,065 2 10
By [paid] Samuel Edwin, Usher of the Receipt of the Exchequer, for necessaries 426 0 0
104,422 9 7
Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 31,646 13
ditto in the hands of the Receiver of the Post Office 30 Sept. 1712 700 0 0
32,346 13
£136,769 3
9 Anne [c. 13].
THE DUTIES ON HOPS GRANTED FOR FOUR YEARS FROM 1 JUNE 1711.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 6,033 13 0
To Receipts there:
Xmas quarter 1711 652 2 1
Ladyday quarter 1712 10,533 7 7
Midsummer quarter 1712 28,251 14
Michaelmas quarter 1712 453 0 3
39,890 4
£45,923 17
Discharge or Creditor.
By Principal repaid in part of a credit for 180,000l. 44,000 0 0
Interest at 6 per cent. 1,659 6 1
45,659 6 1
Balance remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 264 11
£45,923 17
THE REVENUE OF THE POST OFFICE.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining with the Receiver General 30 Sept. 1711 341 10 8
To Receipts per the Receiver General for the Gross Produce of this Revenue on the Grants hereunder mentioned 30 Sept. 1711 to 29 Sept. 1712:
on the Grant ending 1 June 1711:
Xmas quarter 1711 5.132 19 3
Ladyday quarter 1712 2,733 11 11
Midsummer quarter 1712 641 15 1
Michaelmas quarter 1712 196 17 7
8,705 3 10
on the Additional Rates from 1 June 1711:
Xmas quarter 1711 26,354 6 9
Ladyday quarter 1712 33,820 9 4
Midsummer quarter 1712 28,250 5 2
Michaelmas quarter 1712 30,174 14 10
118,599 16 1
(total Receipts 127,304l. 19s. 11d.)
£127,646 10 7
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid by the Receiver General of this Revenue for the Uses following according to his weekly certificates:
for Accompt of the Civil List:
to Sir Simon Harcourt, Lord Keeper (4,000l. per an.) 5,000 0 0
to the Dukes of Northumberland and Grafton (4,700l. per an.) 4,700 0 0
to the Earl of Rochester (4,000l. per an.) 4,000 0 0
to the Duke of Leeds (3,500l. per an.) 3,125 0 0
to the Duke of Schonburgh (4,000l. per an.) 4,000 0 0
to the Duke of Marlborough (5,000l. per an.) 5,000 0 0
to Guy Palmes (1,000l. per an.) 750 0 0
to the Professors of Edinburgh and Glasgow Universities 420 0 0
26,995 0 0
for Accompt of Management.
to salaries and wages to Officers 9,874 10 10
for Incidents 3,669 17 1
for Letters returned 292 9 0
for charge of Packet boats 22,107 11 0
35,944 7 11
into the Exchequer according to Certificates:
for the Civil List:
Xmas quarter 1711 4,800 0 0
Ladyday quarter 1712 8,845 6 4
Midsummer quarter 1712 7,141 15 1
Michaelmas quarter 1712 6,500 0 0
27,287 1 5
for the 700l. per week:
Xmas quarter 1711 9,800 0 0
Ladyday quarter 1712 9,100 0 0
Midsummer quarter 1712 9,100 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1712 9,100 0 0
37,100 0 0
Memorandum.—The Exchequer is made Debtor to these payments by a particular Account following.
Balance is the remainder in the Receiver's hands 29 Sept. 1712 320 1 3
£127,646 10 7
THE EXCHEQUER FOR THE REVENUE OF THE POST OFFICE PAID IN THERE FOR THE CIVIL GOVERNMENT.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 5,906 3
ditto in the Receiver General's hands 30 Sept. 1711 3,500 0 0
To the sum total of the payments appearing by the Receiver General's Certificates to have been made at the Exchequer 30 Sept. 1711 to 29 Sept. 1712 27,287 1 5
£36,693 4
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d.
By paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer to the Uses following:
for the Civil List:
to Francis, Lord Ryalton, late Cofferer of the Household, upon accompt 1,655 16 6
to Francis, Lord Masham, present Cofferer, ditto, ditto 1,345 6 4
to the Lord Fitzharding, Treasurer of the Chamber, ditto 1,159 2 6
to Henry Piggot, for the service of the Robes, ditto 500 0 0
to Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the Works, ditto 1,303 3
to Charles, Duke of Somerset, Master of the Horse, ditto 1,000 0 0
to Foreign Ministers on their Ordinary and Extraordinary Allowances 4,097 7 1
to Fees and Salaries 4,431 1
to Spencer Compton, for her Majesty's Charities 8,200 0 0
to Bounties 500 0 0
to the Privy Purse per Mistress Abigail Masham 1,500 0 0
to jewels, or presents in lieu, to Foreign Ministers 2,576 15 6
to Samuel Smythen, her Majesty's Goldsmith, for Plate 300 0 0
to contingencies of divers natures 874 11 6
to sundry affairs relating to Scotland 250 0 0
to Francis Scobell, on accompt of the Tin Affair 5,000 0 0
34,693 4
Balance remaining in the hands of the Cashier 29 Sept. 1712 2,000 0 0
£36,693 4
ARREARS OF THE REVENUE OF THE POST OFFICE INCURRED BEFORE THE LATE KING'S DEATH.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To money received at the Exchequer Ladyday quarter 1712 79 11 3
Discharge or Creditor.
By cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 79 11 3
THE DUTY OF 4½ PER CENT. FROM BARBADOES AND THE LEEWARD ISLANDS.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 197 16
To money received there:
Xmas quarter 1711 1,256 16 7
Midsummer quarter 1712 5,497 10 0
£6,952 3
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] Walter Douglas, Governor of the Leeward Islands, on his Allowances 1,046 5 10½
By [paid] Walter Hamilton, Lieut-Governor of the Island Nevis, ditto 551 15 7
By [paid] the Executors of Daniel Parke, late Governor of the Leeward Islands, ditto 180 16 3
By [paid] Robert Lowther, Governor of Barbadoes, ditto 2,351 7
By [paid] the Earl of Kinoul on a perpetuity of 1,000l. per an. 2,000 0 0
By [paid] John Pearne, Lieut. Governor of the Island of Montserat, on his allowances 150 0 0
By [paid] John Yeomans, Lieut. Governor of Antegoa, ditto 150 0 0
By Michael Lambert, Lieut. Governor of the Island of St. Christophers, ditto 150 0 0
By Mitford Crow, late Governor of Barbadoes, ditto 282 17 6
6,863 2 6
Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 89 0
£6,952 3
COINAGE DUTY FOR THE MINT, BEING 10s. PER TON ON WINES IMPORTED.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 351 9
To Receipts there:
Xmas quarter 1711 1,119 14 0
Ladyday quarter 1712 2,632 5 10½
Midsummer quarter 1712 2,137 18
5,889 18 3
£6,241 7
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] Sir Isaac Newton, Master and Worker of the Mint, upon accompt 3,751 19 10½
By [paid] John Montgomerie, ditto at Edinburgh, ditto 2,489 7 5
£6,241 7
REVENUE BY LICENCING HACKNEY COACHES GRANTED FOR 21 YEARS FROM MIDSUMMER 1694.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 996 15 3
To Receipts there:
Ladyday quarter 1712 500 0 0
Midsummer quarter 1712 400 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1712 773 12 8
1,673 12 8
£2,670 7 11
Discharge or Creditor.
By Interest on Loans on the Fifth General Mortgage anno 1709 504 6 11¼
By Cash transferred to the Fond for 40,000l. per an. in Annuities purchased anno 1708 [see p. lxxvii] 900 0 0
1,404 6 11¼
Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 1,266 0 11¾
£2,670 7 11
THE FOND GRANTED 7 & 8 WM. III CANCELLING EXCHEQUER BILLS ISSUED ANNO 1697.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711;
of the Capitation Subsidies 12 7 8
of Additional Tonnage and Poundage 1,287 17
1,300 4 10½
To Receipts there 28 Sept. 1711 to 28 Sept. 1712:
on the Capitation Subsidies 2 7 4
on the Additional Tonnage and Poundage 224 9 0
on the Additional 12d. 4 0 0
230 16 4
£1,531 1
Discharge or Creditor.
By Exchequer Bills cancelled: out of Capitation Subsidies:
Interest 1 2 4
ditto: out of Additional Tonnage Arrears; Principal 25 0 0
ditto: ditto; Interest 16 9 10½
42 12
By [paid] Prince Charles of Denmark in lieu of his pretensions to the Bishopric of Eutin 776 8 9
By cash transferred to the Fond for 40,000l. per an. in Annuities purchased anno 1708 [see p. lxxvii] 2 7 4
by Cash transferred to the Fond for 80,000l. per an. in Annuities purchased anno 1708 [see p. lxxviii] 4 0 0
825 8
Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 705 12 11
£1,531 1
ARREARS OF THE DUTIES ON MARRIAGES, BIRTHS, ETC., GRANTED 8 & 9 WM. III FROM 1 MAY 1700 TO 1 AUG. 1706.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 666 14 1
To Receipts there:
in Ladyday quarter 1712 249 14 8
in Midsummer quarter 1712 105 0 4
in Michaelmas quarter 1712 17 15 6
372 10 6
£1,039 4 7
Discharge or Creditor.
By cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 1,039 4 7
SMALL BRANCHES AND CASUAL REVENUES.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711:
on First Fruits 173 19 9
on Tenths of the Clergy 578 19
on Alienations 500 0 0
on Seizures 307 16
on the Sale of Tin 1,980 8 11½
on the Rent of the Savoy Hospital 2,749 10 8
on Captors' Share of Prizes 6,000 0 0
on Imprest Money repaid per Thomas Kennedy 589 1 6
12,879 16
To money arisen by Small Branches and Casualties 28 Sept. 1711 to 28 Sept. 1712:
First Fruits (whereof by Tallies of Assignment 3,000l.) 4,866 3 1
Tenths of the Clergy (ditto 6,080l.) 7,396 17 9
Fines on Alienation (ditto 1,000l.) 1,000 0 0
Sheriffs' Proffers 1,123 4 11
Compositions 9 6 8
Rents on Grants 26 16 8
Seizures 14,520 3
Revenue of South Wales 1,257 13 4
Revenue of the Duchy of Cornwall 4,500 0 0
Sale of Tin 80,730 2 11
Brewers' Forfeitures 277 12 11½
Chandlers' Forfeitures 2 5 0
Captors' Shares of Prizes 1,200 0 0
Salvage Money 1,917 19 10
Bombay Rent 10 0 0
Fines of Leases 651 10 0
Fines and Forfeitures (including 150l. Lord Griffin's forfeitures) 152 0 0
Rent of the Savoy Hospital 190 17 9
Money levied on Charles Mason, late Treasurer of the Transports 106 18 2
Profits of the Hanaper (of which 37l. 4s. 7d. by tallies of Assignment) 37 4 7
Wine Licence Revenue 1,800 0 0
Money repaid for Conscience Sake 200 0 0
Wood Sales 630 0 0
The Value of Timber delivered the Navy by the Surveyor of her Majesty's Woods Trent South in this year according to his Certificate 3,909 16 0
Land Revenue 260 0 0
Sheriffs' Proffers before 8 March 1701–2 4 3 4
126,780 16 6
£139,660 12
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid to the Several Uses and Services following:
to Lord Ryalton, late Cofferer, out of Seizures 528 9
ditto, out of Proffers 0 10 0
ditto, out of Compositions 2 16 8
531 16
to Francis Masham, present Cofferer, out of Proffers 11 10 0
ditto, out of Wine Licences 100 0 0
ditto, out of Compositions 1 0 0
112 10 0
to the Treasurer of the Chamber, out of Seizures 384 14 10½
ditto, out of Proffers 117 8
ditto, out of Land Revenue (Revenue of South Wales) 450 0 0
952 3 4
To the Robes per Rachael Thomas, out of Seizures 400 0 0
To the Paymaster of the Works, out of Seizures 1.000 0 0
ditto, out of Wine Licences 803 3
1,803 3
To Foreign Ministers, out of Seizures 1,041 0 0
ditto, out of Proffers 12 17 6
ditto, out of Wine Licences 396 16
ditto, out of Compositions 0 10 0
1,451 3 10¼
To Fees and Salaries, out of Seizures 2,536 12 6
ditto, out of Proffers 470 10 6
ditto, out of the Fine of a Lease 50 0 0
ditto, out of Compositions 4 6 8
ditto, out of a Rent [reserved] on a Grant 10 0 0
ditto, out of Wood Sales 630 0 0
3701 9 8
to Pensions and Annuities, out of Tenths 6,150 0 0
ditto, out of First Fruits 3,000 0 0
ditto, out of Alienations 1,000 0 0
ditto, out of Seizures 411 13 4
ditto, out of Hanaper Profits 37 4 7
10,598 17 11
to Spencer Compton, for Charities, etc., out of Alienations 500 0 0
ditto, out of Seizures 2,258 0 0
ditto, out of Proffers 2 0 0
ditto, out of Cornwall Revenue 4,500 0 0
ditto, out of Conscience Money 200 0 0
7,460 0 0
to Bounties, out of Seizures 315 8 8
ditto, out of Proffers 60 0 0
ditto, out of Wine Licences 500 0 0
ditto, out of Lord Griffin's Forfeitures 150 0 0
ditto, out of the Fine of a Lease 600 0 0
ditto, out of Land Revenue 260 0 0
ditto, out of Compositions 0 13 4
1,886 12 0
To William Lowndes, for Secret Service, out of Seizures 1,500 0 0
To the Privy Purse per Mrs. Abigail Masham, out of Seizures 805 0 0
ditto, out of South Wales Revenue 807 13 4
1,612 13 4
To her Majesty's Goldsmith, for Plate, out of Seizures 200 0 0
To Contingencies, out of Seizures 2,092 18
ditto, out of Proffers 291 15
ditto, out of the Rent [reserved] on a Grant 16 16 8
ditto, out of Bombay Rent 10 0 0
ditto, out of Fines and Forfeitures 2 0 0
2,413 10
To services relating to Scotland, out of Seizures 150 0 0
ditto, out of Proffers 130 0 0
280 0 0
For accompt of the late King's Debts:
To the Executors of Charles Gifford, out of Proffers before 8 March 1701–2 1 16 8
To Edward Barker, Treasurer for the Queen's Bounty for augmenting poor livings, out of First Fruits 1,855 17
ditto, out of Tenths 1,010 2
2,866 0 0
For Public Services, etc.:
To John How, Paymaster of the Guards, Garrisons, etc., upon accompt: out of Brewers' Forfeitures 227 11 3
To Robert Walpole, for Wear and Tear 1711: Value of Timber delivered to the Navy in this year 3,909 16 0
To Principal and Interest on Loans on Tin:
Principal, out of Tin 57,650 0 0
Interest, ditto 17,352 4 3
75,002 4 3
To Interest of Loans on the Duties on Candles, out of Chandlers' Forfeitures 2 5 0
To Prince Charles of Denmark on his Grant in lieu of his Pretensions to the Bishopric of Eutin, out of Kennedy's Imprest repaid 589 1 6
Transferred to the Fond for 40,000l. per an. in Annuities purchased anno 1708, out of salvage money [p. lxxvii] 117 19 10
To Robert Corker, on Accompt of the Tin Affair, out of Seizures 600 0 0
ditto, out of Proffers 20 0 0
620 0 0
To Francis Scobell, ditto, out of Seizures 600 0 0
118,840 14
Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 29 Sept.1712 on the following:
First Fruits 184 5
Tenths 815 14 7
Sheriffs' Proffers 6 13 5
Ditto of the late King's Arrears 2 6 8
Seizures 3 12
Fines of Leases 1 10 0
Sale of Tin 7,708 7
Brewers' Forfeitures 50 1
Rent of the Savoy 2,940 8 5
Money levied on Mr. Mason 106 18 2
Prize Money 7,200 0 0
Salvage Money 1,800 0 0
20,819 17 11¾
£139,660 12
[1 Anne, c. 7 and 6 Anne, c. 21.]
THE DUTIES ON HOUSES FOR WINDOWS ON THE GRANTS UNDERMENTIONED.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711:
on the Grant 1 Anne from 31 July 1706 to 1 Aug. 1710 562 18 2
on the Grant 5 Anne from 31 July 1710 for ever 5,282 10 10¾
5,845 9
To Receipts there:
Xmas quarter 1711 22,057 2 6
Ladyday quarter 1712 22,572 17
Midsummer quarter 1712 30,940 6 11
Michaelmas quarter 1712 40,771 6
116,341 12 11
£122,187 1 11¾
By [paid] the Bank of England on 106,501l. 13s. 5d. per an. being 6 per cent. redeemable by Parliament on repaying 1,775,027l. 17s. 10½d. value in Exchequer Bills cancelled 116,501 13 5
Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 5,685 8
£122,187 1 11¾
ARREARS OF DIVERS AIDS AND TAXES GRANTED BY PARLIAMENT.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711.
First 3s. Aid anno 1697 12 0 0
Additional 12d. ditto 2 14 0
Subsidies anno 1703 12 13 4
Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 1,677 10 10¼
Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708 2,426 15 7
Twelfth 4s. Aid anno 1709 3,751 10 7
7,883
To Receipts at the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 to 28 Sept. 1712:
First Quarterly Poll anno 1692: Lady day quarter 1712 10 11 0
First 4s. Aid anno 1693: ditto 99 13 6
Third 4s. Aid anno 1695: Xmas quarter 1711 0 4 0
ditto: Ladyday quarter 1712 12 0 0
12 4 0
Fourth 4s. Aid anno 1696: Xmas quarter 1711 96 0 0
ditto: Ladyday quarter 1712 80 0 0
176 0 0
First 3s. Aid anno 1697: Xmas quarter 1711 0 8 0
Third Quarterly Poll anno 1698: Lady-day quarter 1712 47 0 0
ditto: Michaelmas quarter 1712 343 5 8
390 5 8
Fifth 4s. Aid anno 1702: Michaelmas quarter 1712 0 8 0
Sixth 4s. Aid anno 1703: Ladyday quarter 1712 15 16
Subsidies ditto: ditto 360 10
Seventh 4s. Aid anno 1704: Michaelmas quarter 1712 88 15 0
Eighth 4s. Aid anno 1705: Xmas quarter 1711 1,000 0 0
ditto: Michaelmas quarter 1712 54 6 3
1,054 6 3
Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707:
Xmas quarter 1711 61 2 11½
Ladyday quarter 1712 3,714 16 8
Michaelmas quarter 1712 250 0 0
4,025 19
Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708:
Xmas quarter 1711 2,259 19 3
Ladyday quarter 1712 2,770 3 4
Michaelmas quarter 1712 219 16 10
5,249 19 5
Twelfth 4s. Aid anno 1709:
Xmas quarter 1711 6,882 8 11½
Ladyday quarter 1712 3,097 0
Midsummer quarter 1712 3,408 18 1
Michaelmas quarter 1712 680 14 3
14,069 1 4
(total Xmas quarter 1711 10,300l. 3s. 2d., Ladyday quarter 1712 10,207l. 11s. 6½d., Midsummer quarter 1712 3,408l. 18s. 1d., Michaelmas quarter 1712 1.637l. 6s.: making for the year 25,553l. 18s. 9½d.)
£33,437 3
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d.
By cash transferred to the Fond for 40,000l. per an. in Annuities purchased anno 1708, out of the following:
First Quarterly Poll anno 1692 10 11 0
First 4s. Aid anno 1693 99 13 6
Third 4s. Aid anno 1695 0 4 0
Fourth 4s. Aid anno 1696 96 0 0
First 3s. Aid anno 1697 12 8 0
Third Quarterly Poll anno 1698 47 0 0
Additional 12d. Aid anno 1697 2 14 0
Sixth 4s. Aid anno 1703 15 16
Subsidies anno 1703 15 13 10
Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 548 2
848 2 9
By cash transferred to the Fond for 80,000l. per an. in Annuities purchased anno 1708, out of the following:
Third 4s. Aid anno 1693 12 0 0
Fourth 4s. Aid anno 1694 80 0 0
Subsidies anno 1703 357 10
Eighth 4s. Aid anno 1705 1,000 0 0
Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 3,714 16 8
Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708 6,808 7
Twelfth 4s. Aid anno 1709 6,436 2
18,408 16
By Principal and Interest out of the following:
out of the Tenth 4s. Aid; on ditto Aid; for Principal 500 0 0
ditto; ditto; for Interest 13 0 11
out of the Eleventh 4s. Aid; on the Fifth General Mortgage 1709; for Interest 648 10 11¼
out of the Twelfth 4s. Aid; on ditto Aid; for Principal 7,300 0 0
ditto; ditto; for Interest 1,388 7 5
9,849 19
(total for Principal 7,800l.; for Interest 2,049l. 19s. 3¼d.)
29,106 81 1
Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712:
Third Quarterly Poll anno 1698 343 5 0
Fifth 4s. Aid anno 1702 0 8 0
Seventh 4s. Aid anno 1704 88 15 0
Eighth 4s. Aid anno 1705 54 6 3
Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 927 10 10¼
Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708 219 16 10
Twelfth 4s. Aid anno 1709 2,696 2
4,330 5
£33,437 3
[10 Anne, c. 18.]
DUTIES ON PRINTED, PAINTED, STAYNED AND DYED CALICOES FOR 32 YEARS FROM 20 JULY 1712.
DUTIES ON PAPER GRANTED FOR 32 YEARS FROM 24 JUNE 1712.
DUTIES ON SOAP GRANTED FOR 32 YEARS FROM 10 JUNE 1712.
NEW STAMP DUTIES ON SURRENDERS, NEWSPAPERS, PAMPHLETS, ETC. FROM 1 AUG. 1712.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To money received at the Exchequer between 20 June and Michaelmas 1712:
Midsummer quarter 1712, on Soap, Paper, etc. 2,513 0 11
Michaelmas quarter 1712, ditto 26,737 18
ditto, on Pamphlets 2,111 8 0
and for Soap imported 75 2 8
(total for soap, etc., 29,326l. 2s. 1½d. and for pamphlets 2,111l. 8s. 0d.)
£31,437 10
Discharge or Creditor.
By cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 £31,437 10
10 Anne [c. 19].
ADDITIONAL DUTIES ON HYDES, SKINS, &c., FOR 32 YEARS FROM 1 AUG. 1712.
NEW DUTIES ON STARCH FOR 32 YEARS FROM THE SAME TIME.
DUTIES ON GILT AND SILVER WIRE FOR 32 YEARS FROM 1 JULY 1712.
DUTIES OF 2s. 4d. ON EVERY POLICY OF INSURANCE FOR 32 YEARS FROM 1 AUG. 1712.
AND NEW DUTIES ON COFFEE, TEA, ETC., FOR 32 YEARS FROM 1 JULY 1712.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
For money received at the Exchequer from the commencement of the several Duties above-mentioned to 28 Sept. 1712:
on the Additional Duties on Hydes, Skins, etc. 1,670 13
on the New Duties on Gilt and Silver Wire 441 19
on the Duty on Policies of Insurance, etc. 274 19 1
£2,387 12 4
Discharge or Creditor.
By cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 £2,387 12 4
1710 8 Anne.
THE THIRTEENTH 4s. AID GRANTED FOR ONE YEAR FROM 25 MARCH 1710.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 16,016 7 11
Receipts, Xmas quarter 1711, on the part of Scotland 15,900 0 0
ditto, ditto, on the part of England 78,426 16 7
ditto, Ladyday quarter 1712, on the part of Scotland 8,200 0 0
ditto, ditto, on the part of England 35,236 2 9
ditto, Midsummer quarter 1712, on the part of England 8,308 0
ditto, Michaelmas quarter 1712, on the part of Scotland 1,758 0 0
ditto, ditto, on the part of England 17,819 8
165,648 8 5
(total on the part of Scotland 25,858l. and on the part of England 139,790l. 8s. 5d.)
£181,664 16 4
Discharge or Debtor.
By Principal repaid on the Register for this Aid 156,473 1 1
By Interest at 6 per cent. 10,874 6 6
167,347 7 7
Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 14,317 8 9
£181,664 16 4
1711.
THE FOURTEENTH 4s. AID GRANTED FOR ONE YEAR FROM 25 MARCH 1711.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 15,578 19
To Receipts there, Xmas quarter 1711, on the part of Scotland 4,000 0 0
ditto, ditto, on the part of England 434,544 12 1
ditto, Ladyday quarter 1712, on the part of Scotland 7,000 0 0
ditto, ditto, on the part of England 423,521 18 8
ditto, Midsummer quarter 1712, on the part of Scotland 8,000 0 0
ditto, ditto, on the part of England 536,173 8
ditto, Michaelmas quarter 1712, on the part of Scotland 18,000 0 0
ditto, ditto, on the part of England 191,365 4
(total on the part of Scotland 37,000l. and on the part of England 1,585,605l. 2s. 11d.)
1,622,605 2 11
£1,638,184 2
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid on sundry Deficiencies made good by being transferred to this Aid:
on the Ninth 4s. Aid pro anno 1706; for Principal 2,750 0 0
ditto; for Interest at 5l. per cent. 262 0 7
3,012 0 7
on the Tenth 4s. Aid pro anno 1707; for Principal 800 0 0
ditto; for Interest at 5l. per cent. 40 6 5
840 6 5
on the Eleventh 4s. Aid pro anno 1708; for Principal 2,300 0 0
ditto; for Interest at 5l. per cent. 157 7 3
2,457 7 3
(total transferred for Principal 5,850l. and for Interest 459l. 14s. 3d.)
6,309 14 3
By paid on The Fourteenth 4s. Aid after Transferences; for Principal 1,499,906 0
ditto; for Interest 95,077 17 7
1,594,983 17 10½
(total for Principal 1,505,756l. 0s. 3½d. and for Interest 95,537l. 11s. 10d.)
Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 36,890 9 11
£1,638,184 2
LOANS ON CREDIT OF MONEYS ARISING BY SALE OF HER MAJESTY'S TIN.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Loans made at the Exchequer Michaelmas 1711 to Michaelmas 1712;
Xmas quarter 1711 60,455 6 10
Ladyday quarter 1712 2,000 0 0
Midsummer quarter 1712 15,434 4 9
Michaelmas quarter 1712 3,750 17
£81,640 8
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid on accompt of her Majesty's Civil List:
to Samuel Masham, Cofferer of her Majesty's Household, upon accompt 20,000 0 0
to Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the Works, ditto 11,593 9 11
to William Roberts, Paymaster of the Works at Windsor, ditto 1,015 19
to Foreign Ministers, on their Ordinary and Extraordinary Allowances 19,696 14 5
to Spencer Compton, for Pensions, Charities, etc. 3,600 0 0
for Contingencies of divers natures 12,734 4 9
68,640 8
by paid on accompt of Public Services:
to John Drummond, without accompt, for such special services relating to the War as her Majesty hath directed 13,000 0 0
£81,640 8
THE GOVERNMENT AND COMPANY OF THE BANK OF ENGLAND.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To the Residue of 1,623,337 18s. 1½d. issued in Exchequer Bills on the Act 5 Anne which were to be delivered up by the Bank that stood out uncancelled 28 Sept. 1711. 4,000 0 0
Memorandum.—The Bank in lieu of these Bills and the Interest thereof to Mich. 1710, making together 1,775,027l. 17s. 10½d., have an Annuity from Mich. 1710 of 106,501l. 13s. 5d. per an. out of the House money redeemable by Parliament.
Discharge or Creditor.
By the sum total of the Bills per contra Delivered by the Bank of England to the Tellers of the Exchequer to be cancelled 4,000 0 0
For the Year 1712, 10 Anne.
THE FIFTEENTH 4s. AID GRANTED FOR ONE YEAR FROM 25 MARCH 1712.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To money received at the Exchequer 4 July to 28 Sept. 1712 186,648 0 10
Discharge or Creditor.
By Principal repaid on the Twelfth 4s. Aid anno 1709 by being transferred to this Aid 27,700 0 0
Interest at 6 per cent. 2,189 19 10
29,889 19 10
By Principal repaid on the Register for this Aid after the said Transference 115,000 0 0
Interest at 6 per cent. 16,424 15 2
131,424 15 2
161,314 15 0
Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 25,333 5 10
£186,648 0 10
[9 Anne, c. 7.]
THE TELLERS OF THE EXCHEQUER FOR EXCHEQUER BILLS MADE FORTH IN PURSUANCE OF THE ACT FOR ENLARGING THE CAPITAL STOCK OF THE BANK OF ENGLAND.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Bills made forth and delivered by the Auditor of the Receipt to the said Tellers:
Xmas quarter 1711 31,800 0 0
Ladyday quarter 1712 38,100 0 0
Midsummer quarter 1712 45,100 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1712 18,500 0 0
£133,500 0 0
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] the Bank of England on the Allowance of 3l. per cent. per an. on the whole sum issued in Exchequer Bills for circulation 83,500 0 0
by [paid] Lionel Herne and Samuel Edwards upon accompt for reimbursing the Tellers of the Exchequer the Interest allowed by them on all the Exchequer Bills paid in there at the rate of 2d. per cent. per diem 50,000 0 0
£133,500 0 0
[9 Anne, c. 6.]
CONTRIBUTIONS ON THE ACT FOR RAISING 1,500,000l. BY WAY OF A LOTTERY FOR THE SERVICE OF THE YEAR 1711.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 500 0 0
To Payments made at the Exchequer by the Receivers of the said Contribution Money in the week ended 28 Dec. 1711 3,000 0 0
£3,500 0 0
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces, upon accompt 1,750 0 0
By [paid] the Commissioners for examining the Public Accompts 1,750 0 0
£3,500 0 0
THE RECEIVERS OF THE MONIES CONTRIBUTED ON THE ACT FOR THE LOTTERY ARE:
Debtors. £ s. d.
To a Remaine in their hands 28 Sept. 1711 £3,303 8 1
Creditors.
By the Receivers' Payments in the Exchequer as per Accompt supra 3,000 0 0
By Remains in the hands of the Receivers to be accompted for 303 8 1
£3,303 8 1
For the Year 1711 [9 Anne, c. 16].
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE ADVENTURE OF TWO MILLION.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 210,910 17
To the Payments made there by the several Receivers of the said Contribution Money, Xmas quarter 1711 385,678 17 3
ditto, Midsummer quarter 1712 7 17 2
385,686 14 5
To Payments made in the Exchequer by the Master, etc., of the Mint for the Produce of Wrought Plate brought in there to be coined on the encouragements mentioned in this Act The Receipts for which Plate at the rates therein mentioned were directed by the said Act to be accepted and taken by the Receivers as so much money for the Contributions thereupon; in the week ended 12 Oct. 1711. 270 7 9
ditto; in the week ended 22 Feb. 1711–12 677 4 7
947 12 4
£597,545 4
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy, upon accompt 385,229 12 1
By [paid] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces, ditto 94,435 3 10¼
By [paid] Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance, ditto 35,178 7 6
By [paid] John How, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons, ditto 81,827 1 1
By the Commissioners for examining the Public Accompts 875 0 0
£597,545 4
HER MAJESTY'S MINT & THE SEVERAL RECEIVERS OF THE CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE TWO MILLION ADVENTURE ARE:
Debtors. £ s. d.
To Balance at the Foot of their Accompt Michaelmas 1711 393,998 6 6
Creditors. £ s. d.
By the Receivers' payments into the Exchequer as per the foregoing Accompt 385,686 14 5
By cash paid in there by the Master of the Mint, being the residue of the produce of Wrought Plate brought in to be coined as per the same Accompt 947 12 4
By so much allowed the Receivers per contra for reward and charges in receiving, paying and accompting 6,014 16
392,649 3
£ s. d.
Balance at Michaelmas 1712 consists of the money remaining in their hands to be accompted for, viz.:
in the hands of John Blunt 34 6 3
in the hands of Lancelot Burton and others, Joint Receivers 1,314 16
1,349 2 11½
£393,998 6 6
For the Year 1712 10 Anne.
LOANS ON THE FIFTEENTH 4s. AID GRANTED FOR ONE YEAR FROM 25 MARCH 1712.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Loans made at the Exchequer Michaelmas 1711 to Michaelmas 1712:
Xmas quarter 1711, in money 492,834 16 10
ditto, by levying tallies 320,000 0 0
Ladyday quarter 1712, in money 493,333 17 2
Midsummer quarter 1712, in money 100,021 0 0
ditto, by levying tallies 440,512 11
(total, in money 1,086,189l. 14s. 0d. and by levying tallies 760,512l. 11s. 9½d.)
£1,846,702 5
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy, upon accompt:
out of Loans in Money 288,289 19 2
out of Tallies for Uses to be appointed 290,533 0 3
By [paid] John How, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons, ditto:
out of Loans in Money 77,640 16 0
out of Tallies for Uses to be appointed 60,000 0 0
By [paid] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces, ditto:
out of Loans in money 685,847 4
out of Tallies for Uses to be appointed 389,979 11
by [paid] Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance, ditto:
out of Loans in money 34,411 14
out of Tallies for Uses to be appointed 20,000 0 0
(total out of Loans in Money 1,086,189l. 14s. 0d. and out of Tallies for Uses to be appointed 760,512l. 11s. 9½d.)
£1,846,702 5
For the Year 1712.
LOANS ON THE DUTIES ON MALT, ETC., CONTINUED FROM 23 JUNE 1712 TO 24 JUNE 1713.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Loans made at the Exchequer, Ladyday quarter 1712, in money 76,990 0 0
ditto, ditto, by levying Tallies 330,038 4 6
ditto, Midsummer quarter 1712, ditto 55,617 4
(total in money 76,990l. and by levying tallies 385,655l. 9s. 0½d.)
£462,645 9
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d.
out of the Loans in money:
By [paid] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces, upon accompt 75,000 0 0
By [paid] John How, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons, ditto 1,990 0 0
76,990 0 0
in Tallies to be disposed or deposited as the Public Service shall require.
By [paid] Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy, upon accompt 55,000 0 0
By [paid] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces, ditto 259,249 2
By [paid] John How, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons, ditto 66,406 6 6
By [paid] Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance, ditto 5,000 0 0
385,655 9
£462,645 9
1710 8 Anne.
CONTRIBUTIONS ON THE ACT FOR 81,000l. PER AN. IN ANNUITIES AT 9 PER CENT.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To money received at the Exchequer 4 July 1712 25 0 0
Discharge or Creditor.
By cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 £25 0 0
LIONEL HERNE AND SAMUEL EDWARDS, THE PERSONS APPOINTED TO PAY INTEREST ON EXCHEQUER BILLS, ARE:
Debtors. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To a Remaine in the hands of these Accomptants 28 Sept. 1711 4,769 10
To the sum in Exchequer Bills imprested to them to raise money to reimburse the Interest allowed by the Tellers on the Bills paid into the Exchequer as per Accompt of Exchequer Bills [see p. lxv] 50,000 0 0
To the sum with which they surcharge themselves for Interest accruing on the said Bills from the dates thereof to the times of disposing the same:
Xmas quarter 1711 15 18 4
Ladyday quarter 1712 6 18 4
Midsummer quarter 1712 17 3 4
40 0 0
£54,809 10
Creditors.
By cash paid the respective Tellers of the Exchequer to reimburse the Interest allowed by them on all Exchequer Bills paid in there at the rate of 2d. per cent. per diem, so as to be reissued clear of Interest 52,941 10
Balance is the Remaine in the hands of Mr. Herne and Mr. Edwards 28 Sept. 1712 in Bills or Money according to their Certificate 1,868 0 1
£54,809 10
ARCHIBALD DOUGLAS, PAYMASTER OF THE CIVIL LIST IN SCOTLAND, IS:
Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in his hands Michaelmas 1711 as by his [previous] Accompt 61 12
To his Receipts Michaelmas 1711 to Michaelmas 1712 according to an Accompt signed by himself:
on Compositions for Signatures 507 12
on Crown Rents and Casualties (Property Æques) 1,082 7 4
on Sheriffs' Æques 262 8
on Boroughs' Æques 107 8
1,452 4
on Imprests from the Receivers of the Customs and Commissioners of Excise, pursuant to Warrants from the Barons of the Exchequer:
out of Customs per the Receivers 10,962 15
out of Seizures per the same 888 15
11,851 10
out of the several Branches of Excise per the Commissioners 11,545 1
£25,418 1
Creditor.
By payments according to an Abstract signed by himself:
for salaries to three Courts of Session, Justiciary and Exchequer 13,314 0 3
for salaries to such Officers on the Civil Establishment as do not belong to these Courts 9,746 0
for defraying the charge of the Circuits 2,000 0 0
25,060 0 11½
By cash remaining in his hands Michaelmas 1712 358 0
£25,418 1
[10 Anne, c. 18.]
CONTRIBUTIONS ON THE ACT FOR RAISING 1,800,000l. BY WAY OF A LOTTERY FOR THE SERVICE OF THE YEAR 1712.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To money received at the Exchequer between 30 May 1712 and Midsummer 1712 592,000 0 0
ditto to Michaelmas 1712 1,138,000 0 0
£1,730,000 0 0
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d.
By [paid] Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy, upon accompt 708,257 10
By [paid] John How, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons, ditto 154,684 8
By [paid] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces, ditto 686,208 11 10¼
By [paid] Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance, ditto 25,000 0 0
1,574,150 10
By [paid] the Commissioners for the Public Accompts, on their Salary 875 0 0
By ditto, for Incidents 2,500 0 0
3,375 0 0
By the Trustees for building a Church at Rotterdam 2,500 0 0
By cash transferred to the Fond for 40,000l. per an. in annuities purchased anno 1708 4,971 14 11½
ditto to the Fond for 80,000l. per an. in annuities purchased anno 1708 5,645 13
10,617 8 7
1,590,642 19
Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer Michaelmas 1712 139,357 0
£1,730,000 0 0
THE RECEIVERS OF THE MONIES CONTRIBUTED ON THE ACT FOR THIS LOTTERY ARE:
Debtors. £ s. d.
to the sum of the Payments authorised to be contributed on the said Act 1,800,000 0 0
Creditors.
By the Receivers' Payments into the Exchequer as per the foregoing accompt 1,730,000 0 0
by Interest allowed per the said Receivers to the Adventurers for their Prompt Payments 63,698 7 9
by Allowance to the said Receivers for reward and charges in receiving, paying and accompting 1,250 0 0
1,794,948 7 9
Balance is the Remaine in their hands Michaelmas 1712 to be accompted for 5,051 12 3
£1,800,000 0 0
10 Anne[c. 19].
CONTRIBUTIONS ON THE ACT FOR THE CLASS LOTTERY ANNO 1712.
£ s. d.
Charge or Debtor.
To money received at the Exchequer 11 July to 28 Sept.1712 £926,000 0 0
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy, upon accompt 321,620 15
By [paid] Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance, ditto 45,171 13 1
By [paid] John How, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons, ditto 81,941 16
By [paid] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces, ditto 119,466 2 7
568,200 7
Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept.1712 357,799 12
£926,000 0 0
THE RECEIVERS OF THE MONIES CONTRIBUTED ON THE ACT FOR THIS LOTTERY ARE:
Debtors. £ s. d.
To the sum total of the Payments authorised to be contributed on the said Act 1,800,000 0 0
Discharge or Creditors
By the Receivers' Payments into the Exchequer on the foregoing accompt 926,000 0 0
By Interest allowed by the said Receivers to the Adventurers for their Prompt Payments 13,986 13 6
By so much allowed the said Receivers for rewards and charges in receiving, paying and accompting 1,250 0 0
941,236 13 6
Balance is the Remaines in their hands to be accompted for 858,763 6 6
£1,800,000 0 0
[9 Anne, c. 17.]
LOANS ON COALS FOR BUILDING FIFTY NEW CHURCHES.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Loans made at the Exchequer 25 July to 28 Sept. 1712. £6,700 0 0
Discharge or Creditor.
By cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 £6,700 0 0
THE SEVERAL ACCOMPTANTS FOR THE SUMS IMPRESTED TO THEM IN TALLIES FOR USES TO BE APPOINTED ARE:
Debtors. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To the sums in Tallies remaining in their hands Michaelmas 1711:
for the year 1705.
in Reversionary Annuities, in the hands of Sir Thomas Littleton's Executors 46,563 0 0
for the year 1708:
in Half-Subsidies, in the hands of Thomas Micklethwaite 29,687 10
for the year 1709:
on the General Mortgage, in the hands of Thomas Micklethwaite 10,000 0 0
on ditto, in the hands of Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance 41,500 0 0
51,500 0 0
for the year 1710:
on Malt Duties, in the hands of the Treasurer of the Ordnance 6,135 4 5
on ditto, in the hands of Thomas Micklethwaite 17,139 8 2
23,274 12 7
on Candle Duties, in the hands of the Treasurer of the Ordnance 15,332 14
on ditto, in the hands of Robert Walpole 93 19 11¾
15,426 14
for the year 1711:
on Land Tax, in the hands of Robert Walpole 10,800 0 0
on ditto, in the hands of Charles Cæsar 44,000 0 0
on ditto, in the hands of the Treasurer of the Ordnance 2,634 0 0
on ditto, in the hands of John How 14,562 10 2
on ditto, in the hands of Thomas Micklethwaite 3,366 19 2
75,363 9 4
on Malt, in the hands of Charles Cæsar 110,400 0 0
on ditto, in the hands of the Treasurer of the Ordnance 6,609 0 0
on ditto, in the hands of John How 12,550 0 0
on ditto, in the hands of Thomas Micklethwaite 11,547 9 8
141,106 9 8
on Hops, in the hands of Charles Cæsar 14,390 16
on ditto, in the hands of the Treasurer of the Ordnance 3,262 0 0
on ditto, in the hands of John How 6,195 0 0
23,847 16
406,769 13
To the Sums imprested to the several Treasurers and Paymasters by levying Tallies on the Public Fonds for the services in their respective offices Michaelmas 1711 to Michaelmas 1712:
for the year 1712.
Tallies on the Fifteenth 4s Aid:
to Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy, upon accompt [p. Ixvii] 290,533 0 3
£ s. d. £ s. d.
to Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance, ditto 20,000 0 0
to John How, Paymaster of the Guards, etc., ditto 60,000 0 0
to James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces, ditto 389,979 11
760,512 11
Tallies on Malt:
to Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy, upon accompt [p. Ixviii] 55,000 0 0
to Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance, ditto 5,000 0 0
to John How, Paymaster of the Guards, etc., ditto 66,406 6 6
to James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces, ditto 259,249 2
385,655 9
(total for the year 1712, 1,146,168l. 0s 10d)
£1,552,937 14
Creditors.
By services supplied out of the Tallies per contra, or by and out of money raised by sale thereof, or by depositing the same by way of security:
on the General Mortgage anno 1709; to Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance, for Land Services 41,500 0 0
on Malt 1710; to Harry Mordaunt, as above, for ditto 6,135 4 5
ditto; to Thomas Micklethwaite, for the Transport Service 14,000 0 0
20,135 4 5
on Candles anno 1710; to Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance, for Land Service 15,332 14
ditto; to Robert Walpole, Treasurer of the Navy, for Wages 93 19 11¾
15,426 14
on the Land Tax anno 1711; to Robert Walpole, as above, for ditto 10,800 0 0
ditto; to Charles Cæsar, present
Treasurer of the Navy, for wages 8,207 11
ditto; to the same, for the Victualling 23,700 0 0
ditto; to the same, for Wear and Tear 12,092 8
(total to Charles Cæsar 44,000l.)
ditto; to John How, for the Guards 12,762 10 2
ditto; to the same, for the Invalids 1,800 0 0
(total to John How 14,562l. 10s 2d)
ditto; to Thomas Micklethwaite, for the Transport Service 1,500 0 0
70,862 10 2
on Malt anno 1711; to Charles Cæsar,
Treasurer of the Navy, for Wages 53,148 0 0
ditto; to the same, for the Victualling 30,000 0 0
ditto; to the same, for Wear and Tear 16,852 0 0
(total to Charles Cæsar 100,000l.)
ditto; to John How, for the Guards 9,969 19 11
ditto: to the same, for the 5,000 men [for Sea Service] 2,580 0 1
(total to John How 12,550l.)
112,550 0 0
on Hops anno 1711; to the same, for ditto 6,195 0 0
ditto; to Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy, for the Course of Victualling 10,000 0 0
ditto; to the same, for Wages 2,700 0 0
(total to Charles Cæsar 12,700l.)
18,895 0 0
on the Land Tax anno 1712; to Charles
Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy, for the Ordinary 24,000 0 0
ditto; to the same, for wages 26,000 0 0
ditto; to the same, for Victualling 6,700 0 0
ditto; to the same, for a quarter's Interest to the South Sea Company, due Ladyday 1712 133,833 0 3
ditto; to the same, to redeem 110,000 Malt Tallies anno 1711 deposited with the Bank 100,000 0 0
(total for the Navy 290,533l. 0s 3d)
ditto; to James Bridges, for the Forces in the Low Countries 220,000 0 0
ditto; to the same, for Spain and Portugal 65,000 0 0
ditto; to the same, for uses to be appointed 104,979 11
(total for the Forces 389,979l. 11sd)
ditto; to Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer
of the Ordnance, for Land Service 10,000 0 0
ditto; to the same, for Sea Service 10,000 0 0
(total for the Ordnance 20,000l.)
ditto; to John How, for the Guards and Garrisons 60,000 0 0
760,512 11
on Malt anno 1712; to Charles Cæsar,Treasurer of the Navy, for Wages 6,092 8
ditto; to the same, for the Marines 6,000 0 0
ditto; to the same, for the Victualling 30,000 0 0
ditto; to the same, for Wear and Tear 7,907 11
(total for the Navy 50,000l.)
ditto; to the Treasurer of the Ordnance, for Sea Service 5,000 0 0
ditto; to John How, for the Guards 40,034 4 9
ditto; to the same, for the 5,000 men 6,372 1 9
ditto; for the same, for uses to be appointed 20,000 0 0
(total to John How 66,406l. 6s 6d)
ditto; to James Brydges, for Spain and Portugal 203,631 18 0
ditto; to the same, for uses to be appointed 55,617 4
380,655 9
(total for the Forces 259,249l. 2sd)
1,420,537 10
By the remains in Tallies for uses to be appointed in the hands of the respective Treasurers and Paymasters, Michaelmas 1712:
for the year 1705; on Reversionary Annuities, in the hands of Sir Thomas
Littleton's Executors 46,563 0 0
for the year 1708; on Half Subsidies, in the hands of Thomas Micklethwaite 29,687 10
for the year 1709; on the General Mortgage, in the same hands. 10,000 0 0
for the year 1710; on Malt Duties, in the same hands 3,139 8 2
for the year 1711; on the Land Tax, in the hands of the Treasurer of the Ordnance 2,634 0 0
ditto; ditto, in the hands of Thomas Micklethwaite 1,866 19 2
ditto; on Malt Duties, in the hands of Charles Cæsar 10,400 0 0
ditto; ditto, in the hands of the Treasurer of the Ordnance 6,609 0 0
ditto; ditto, in the hands of Thomas Micklethwaite 11,547 9 8
ditto; on the Duties on Hops, in the hands of Charles Cæsar 1,690 16
ditto; ditto, in the hands of the Treasurer of the Ordnance 3,262 0 0
for the year 1712; on Duties on Malt, in the hands of Charles Cæsar 5,000 0 0
132,400 4
£1,552,937 14
THE EXCHEQUER TO THE FOND FOR PAYING 184,242l. 14s 0d PER AN. IN ANNUITIES PURCHASED 1706.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 73,144 14 0
To the One Third Tonnage and Poundage for the neat produce thereof in the year ended Michaelmas 1712 [see p. xxxv] 87,118 19 11
To the Duties on Coals, Culm and Cynders for Arrears recovered on the Grant which ended at Michaelmas 1710 [see p. xxxv] 2,309 13 10
To the Produce of the 9d per Barrel Excise for 16 years from 17 May 1697 [see p. xliii] 144,517 6 1
233,945 19 10
£307,090 13 10
Discharge or Debtor.
By paid on the Annuities per contra which continue for 99 years from 25 March 1706 183,399 19 0
By rewards to Officers and incident charges in paying and accompting:
to the Auditor of the Receipt at 410l. per an for the business of these Annuities 410 0 0
more to the same for examining vouchers and for examining and securing out cash per an 500 0 0
to the Clerk of the Pells on 320l. per an 320 0 0
to the four Tellers on 240l. per an 240 0 0
to Samuel Edwyn, Usher of the Exchequer, for necessaries 316 1
1,786 1
185,186 0
By cash transferred to the Fond for 40,000l.per an in Annuities purchased anno 1708 [see p. Ixxvi 33,087 15 0
218,273 15
By cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712:
of One Third Tonnage and Poundage 32,274 17
of the 9d per barrel Excise 56,511 2 9
of the Duties on Coals, Culm, etc 30 18 4
88,816 18
£307,090 13 10
THE EXCHEQUER TO THE FOND FOR PAYING 72,187l. 10s 0d PER AN. IN ANNUITIES PURCHASED ANNO 1707.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 30,333 1
To the Income of Sundry Duties and Revenues granted and appropriated to pay these Annuities for the year ended Michaelmas 1712 [see p. xlviii] 72,589 17
£102,922 18 11
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d.
By paid on these Annuities per contra which continue for 99 years from 25 March 1707 72,828 2 6
By rewards to Officers and incident charges in paying and accompting:
to the Auditor of the Receipt at 190l. 0s 3d per an for the business of these Annuities 190 0 3
to the Clerk of the Pells on 88l. 7s 7d per an for ditto 88 7 7
to the four Tellers on 97l. 4s 4d per an for ditto 97 4 4
to Samuel Edwin, Usher of the Exchequer, for necessaries 18 4 3
393 16 5
73,221 18 11
By cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712:
of the Duties on Sweets 396 8
of the Duties on Low Wines 9602 7
of Hawkers and Pedlars 5,871 10 0
of the Duties on Paper 13,830 14 2
29,701 0 0
£102,922 18 11
THE EXCHEQUER TO THE FOND FOR PAYING 40,000l. PER AN. ON THE FIRST ACT FOR THE SALE OF ANNUITIES ANNO 1708.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1711 6,265 17
To sundry Duties and Revenues applied towards paying these Annuities in the year ended Michaelmas 1712;
25l. per cent, on French Goods 1,032 9
Plantation Duties 1,405 12
Two. Thirds Excise Arrears 9 10 4
Malt 1703 26 7 10
ditto 1709 904 15 2
ditto 1710 1,126 11
Revenue by [licensing] Hackney Coaches 900 0 0
Capitation subsidies 2 7 4
Salvage Money 117 19 10
First Quarterly Poll anno 1692 10 11 0
First 4s Aid anno 1693 99 13 6
Third 4s Aid anno 1695 0 4 0
Fourth 4s Aid anno 1696 96 0 0
Glass Wares arrears 54 15 0
First 3s Aid anno 1697 12 8 0
Additional 1s Aid anno 1697 2 14 0
Third Quarterly Poll anno 1698 47 0 0
Sixth 4s Aid anno 1703 15 16
Subsidies anno 1703 15 13 10
Tenth 4s Aid anno 1707 548 2
Contributions to the First Lottery 1712 4,971 14 11½
Surplus of Annuities anno 1706 33,087 15 0
44,548 1
50,813 19
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid on the Annuities per contra which continue for 99 years from 25 March 1708 46,974 15 0
Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712:
Contribution money which includes 1692l. 2sd gained by deductions for Interest at the rate of 4. per cent. per an on the Quarterly Payments to
Michaelmas 1711 1,698 7
Overplus money of the Fond for Annuities and Survivorship 2,140 17 3
3,839 4
£50,813 19
THE EXCHEQUER TO THE FOND FOR PAYING 80,000l. PER AN. ON THE SECOND ACT FOR THE SALE OF ANNUITIES ANNO 1708.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept.
1711 including 13,195l. 7s 5d gained by Deductions for Interest at the rate of 4 per cent. per annum on the Quarterly Payments advanced to Michaelmas 1711 16,295 19 11
To Sundry Duties and Revenues applied towards paying these Annuities in the year ended at Michaelmas 1712:
of the Third 4s Aid anno 1695 12 0 0
of the Fourth 4s Aid anno 1696 80 0 0
of the Eighth 4s Aid anno 1705 1,000 0 0
of the Tenth 4s Aid anno 1707 3,714 16 8
of the Eleventh 4s Aid anno 1708 6,808 7
of the Twelfth 4s Aid anno 1709 6,436 2
of the 25l. per Ton on French Wines imported 13,076 0
of the Malt anno 1710 389 18
of the Additional 12d Aid anno 1697 4 0 0
of Subsidies 1703 357 10
of Contribution Money on the First Lottery Act 1712 5,645 13
37,524 8 10
£53,820 8 9
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid on these Annuities per contra which continue for 99 years from 24 June 1708 53,700 8 9
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1712 120 0 0
£53,820 8 9
for the year 1712.
THE SUMS VOTED OR ENACTED BY PARLIAMENT FOR ACCOMPT OF PUBLIC SERVICES IN THE SESSION 7 DEC. 1711 TO 8 JULY 1712.
£ s. d. £ s. d.
13 December 1711. For the 40,000 men employed in the Sea Service including 8,000 Marines at 4l. per mensem including the Ordnance for Sea Service. 2,080,000 0 0
14 ditto. For the Ordinary of the Navy 180,000 0 0
19 January 1711–2. To make good to the Navy so much as is to be paid quarterly to the South Sea Company to complete 576,279l. 10s 0d for the year commencing from Christmas 1711 540,321 12
23 February 1711–2. For maintaining the 40,000 men to act in conjunction with the Allies 886,223 18 6
ditto. For maintaining the Additional Forces of 10,000 men 177,511 3 6
ditto. For maintaining the further number of 15,178 Additional Forces in the Low Countries 260,993 16 7
4 March 1711–2. To defray the charge of the British and other Forces in Spain 225,385 7
ditto. For her Majesty's proportion of the Charges of the War in Spain 250,000 0 0
475,385 7
13 March 1711–2. For her Majesty's proportion of the Charges of the War in Portugal. 196,452 14 10
ditto. For the charge of the Office of Ordnance for Land Service 111,983 10 4
ditto. For carrying on and finishing the fortifications of Edinborough Castle 2,500 0 0
ditto. For the fortifications of Fort William 1,620 0 0
ditto. For the fortifications of Dunbarton Castle 308 6 9
116,411 17 1
19 March 1711–2. To complete the charge of building a church at Rotterdam 2,500 0 0
ditto. For the pay of the Horse, Foot and Dragoons in Great Britain and nine Independent Companies 468,830 15 10
ditto. For the pay of the General Officers for the Guards and Garrisons in Great Britain 14,410 18
ditto. For the pay of Contingencies for the Guards and Garrisons in Great Britain 7,500 0 0
ditto. For the pay of the Garrisons in Great Britain 23,400 0 0
516,641 14
1 April 1712. For her Majesty's Proportion of the Subsidy of the Allies pursuant to Treaties 328,956 16 7
ditto. For defraying the charge of transporting Land Forces 80,000 0 0
ditto. To make good the Deficiency of the Grants for the year 1711 589,839 17 4
998,796 13 11
ditto. For several Extraordinary Charges of the War incurred and to be Incurred 243,020 17 6
Pursuant to Acts of Parliament or especial clauses and directions therein:
[By 10 Anne, c.), s 114] the Loans which remained unsatisfied on the [22 Dec. 1711] and the Interest thereof upon the Land Tax 1712 for the year 1709 are made good by being transferred to the Register for Loans on the Land Tax for the year 1712 and amount to 33,297 14
[By 10 Anne, e. 7, s 6] the Loans which remained unsatisfied on the [6 Feb. 1711–12] and the Interest thereof upon the Duties on Malt for the year 1710 are made good by being transferred to the Register for Loans on the Malt Duties for the year 1712 and amount to 187,354 10 11½
The Contributors to the Lottery for 1,800,000l. are by the Act [10 Anne, c. 18, s 165] to be allowed Interest at the rate of 8d per cent. per diem for the first of the payments of their Contribution money from the day of their making the same to 25 Dec. 1712 and after the rate of 4d per cent. per diem for the remaining three payments from the respective days of their making the same to 25 Dec. 1712, which allowance for prompt payments, according to the Receivers' Accompt, amounts to 63,698l. 7s 9d and for reward and charges to the said Receivers by virtue of the said Act 1,250l. In both 64,948 7 9
The Contributors to the Classes Lottery for 1,800,000l. are by the Act [10 Anne, c. 19, s 102] allowed the like rates of Interest for the Prompt Payments of their Contribution money, which by the Receivers' Accompt amounts to 13,986l. 13s 6d and for reward and charges to the said Receivers by virtue of the said Act 1,250l. In both 15,236 13 6
The Commissioners for taking, examining and stating the Accompts of the Public Revenues of the Crown, being seven in number, are by the Act [9 Anne, c. 18] to have 2,500l. per an for clerks and other charges and 3,500l. for themselves. In both 6,000 0 0
The Commissioners for stating and ex-examining the Debts due to the Army, being likewise seven in number (both Commissions being vested in the same persons), are by the Act [10 Anne, c. 38] to have 3,500l. for themselves and 1,000l. for Incidents. In both 4,500 0 0
To make good the Deficiency of One Quarter due at Midsummer 1712 on the Annuities for 80,000l. per an purchased 6 Anne 20,000 0 0
And the Deficiency to pay the Annuities of 40,000l. per an purchased the same year quarterly till 25 Dec. 1712 inclusive 30,000 0 0
50,000 0 0
Towards which directed to be paid out of unappropriated money according to the appropriating clause 17,989 6 1
Remainder to be supplied out of this Year's Aid is 32,010 13 11
£7,015,107 16
for the year 1712.
THE GRANTS IN PARLIAMENT TOWARDS SUPPLYING THE PUBLIC SERVICES AS ABOVE WITH THE VALUE OF THOSE GRANTS AS ESTIMATED BY PARLIAMENT.
£ s. d.
The Land Tax of 4s per libram for one year from 25 March 1712 chargeable with 33,297l. 14sd, a Deficiency transferred thereunto and the Interest thereof as above and such further loans to be registered after the said Transference, at 6 per cent. per an Interest, as shall not exceed in the whole 1,880,000 0 0
The Duties of Malt, Mum, Cyder and Perry for One Year from 23 June 1712 chargeable with 187,354l. 10s 11½d in Loans transferred thereunto and Interest as above, and with such further Loans to be registered after the said Transference at 6 per cent. per an as shall not exceed in the whole 650,000 0 0
The Contributions on the Act for raising 1,800,000l. by way of a Lottery for the service of the year 1712 including all Discounts and Charges 1,800,000 0 0
The Contributions on the Act for raising 1,800,000l. by a Class Lottery for the service of the year 1712 including all Discounts and Charges 1,800,000 0 0
£ s. d.
The Deduction of 2½ per cent. from the pay of subsidies and other allowances for Foreign Forces in her Majesty's service for the year 1712 [see p. xxii] 21,764 2
£6,151,764 2
Balance is the Difference between the Estimated Value of the Grants and the sum total of the Public Services, the said Services exceeding the Grants according to the Estimated Value by 863,343 13 9
£7,015,107 16