Declared Accounts: Tallies

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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 29, 1714-1715. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1957.

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AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2237 AND 2238, ROLL 2 [A.O.1/2237 and 2238/2].
Sir Lambert Blackwell, bt., Sir Joseph Hodges and Sir Theodore Janssen, bts., and Dominico Maria Viceti, Trustees for the disposal of sundry Tallies struck 13 April 1710.
11 September 1714 to 9 August 1715.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: none, this being the first and only Accompt of this Service nil
Receipts: the Principal money payable on sundry Orders and Tallies received of the Earl of Carnarvon in Trust for the repayment of the loan made to the late Queen by the owners of two Genoese ships, which Orders were subscribed into South Sea Stock and sold at par 223,900 0 0
the Interest arising on the said Orders etc.:
Interest from 13 April 1710 to 25 Dec. 1711, subscribed into South Sea Company Stock 22,884 9 6
Interest on the said Stock 25 Dec. 1711 to 24 June 1714 37,017 13 4
(total for Interest 59,902l. 2s. 10d.)
total charge and receipts £283,802 2 10
Money paid to the Marquis Sauli or his Assigns to discharge the Principal sum of 180,000l. lent to the late Queen 180,000 0 0
money paid for Interest at 5l. per cent. 31,223 12 1
(total repayment 211,223l. 12s. 1d.)
for the allowance granted for encouraging Subscribers to purchase South Sea Stock and for the discount for prompt payment 4,212 16 4
money paid over to the Earl of Carnarvon, then Paymaster of the Forces, for the public use 67,165 14 5
allowance to the Accomptants for their service and charges 1,200 0 0
£283,802 2 10
and so these Accomptants are even and Quit.
Declared 6 August 1717.