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Declared Accounts: Hides

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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 30, 1716. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1958.

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Hides

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: DUTIES ON HIDES ETC.. GENERAL ACCOUNT.

PIPE OFFICE: Roll 1480 [E351/1480]

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 644, ROLL 245 [A.O.1/644/245].

William Walbanke, Nicholas Vincent, Paul Burrard, John Williams, Anthony Pawley and Bryan Fairfax; Nicholas Vincent, Paul Burrard, John Williams, Anthony Pawley, Bryan Fairfax and Sir Harcourt Master, successively Commissioners for the Duties on Hides.

24 June 1715 to 24 June 1716.

Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: money depending in super on the Commissioners at the foot of the last preceding General Accompt:
upon sundry tanners etc. for money due at Midsummer 1715:
for the Duties from 24 June 1711
2,662 8
for the Additional Duties from 1 Aug. 1712 1,623 6
4,285 15 0
upon sundry Collectors for money remaining in their hands to balance their Accompts to Midsummer 1715:
for the Duties from 24 June 1711
402 17 7
for the Additional Duties 216 6
619 3
upon the late Commissioners for money in their hands at the foot of their Cash Accompt to Midsummer 1715:
for the Duties from 24 June 1711
639 6
for the Additional Duties 406 8
1,045 15
upon Francis Sorel, Secretary to the Commissioners, for money imprested 599 2 1
more upon the late Commissioners, for money due at Midsummer 1715 which has since been paid by the several Collectors:
for the Duties from 24 June 1711
19,625 8 2
for the Additional Duties 12,128 4 8
31,753 12 10
(total Arrears 38,303l. 8s.d.)
Receipts: money due and payable within the time of this Accompt:
the produce of the Duties on Stock in hand; on accompt of the Old Duty
1 0 5
ditto on Hides etc. tanned etc. in England and Wales and in Berwick on Tweed; on the Duties from Midsummer 1711;
Bedford (Thomas Sheffard)
596 2
ditto (Thomas Billings, junior) 538 11
ditto (Thomas Poole) 977 17
Bristoll (Maurice Pugh) 2,026 13 10
ditto (Samuel Saunders) 821 17 5
Cambridge (Thomas Poole) 1,591 14 11
ditto (Thomas Billings, junior) 403 18 8
ditto (John Farmer) 983 3
Canterbury (Jacob Lynn) 1,961 18
ditto (Archibald Darroch) 1,641 3
Carmarthen (John Picton) 1,755 18 2
Chester (Thomas Walbanke) 2,821 6
Cornwall (Francis Somaster) 1,572 12 11½
ditto (John Brooke) 314 4
Cumberland (John Hodgson) 966 6
Derby (John Morris) 2,067 6
Dorsett (Thomas Cornelius) 2,249 0
Durham (Thomas Billings, senior) 2,904 7
Essex (Edmund Haddocks) 2,286 1
Exeter (Edward Binlawes) 2,720 18
Glocester (Edward Kemeys) 1,880 17
Hampshire (William Morton) 4,495 5
Hereford (Edward Halford) 2,019 0
Hertford (Henry Marmion) 4,895 6
Isle of Wight (William Osborne) 55 8
ditto (William Vessy) 141 16
Lancaster (John Rockett) 2,309 5 3
Leeds (Matthew Slack) 3,571 3
Litchfield (William Bainbrigg) 1,313 18
ditto (Robert Eckersall) 1,051 1
Lincoln (Samuel Power) 3,033 15
Marleborough (Thomas Hope) 1,549 16 5
ditto (William Huson) 215 4 10
Northampton (John Wyatt) 1,488 2
ditto (John Rogerson) 1,268 6
Norwich (Thomas Boococke) 3,668 17 11
Oxford (John Marlow) 1,524 12 8
Reading (Thomas French) 778 6
ditto (William Gough) 1,192 3
Richmond (William Archer) 1,377 1 7
Salop (George Lomax) 2,725 9
Sheffield (William Askew) 2,619 10
Suffolk (Richard Eeles) 3,685 2
Surry (Joseph Wheeler) 4,519 3
Sussex (Leonard Benton) 2,149 7 3
Taunton (Stewkley Goodwin) 2,195 8
ditto (Francis Somaster) 559 17 5
Tiverton (John Brooke) 1,436 14
ditto (Stewkley Goodwin) 321 10 11¾
North Wales (Richard Clince) 1,935 2
Westmoreland (Matthew Denton) 2,014 18
Worcester (Walter Warlow) 3,491 13 2
York (Gervase Raynes) 2,100 3 8
these Accomptants in London and within the Bills of Mortality 10,997 13
109,782 8 9
ditto, ditto; on the Duties from 1 Aug. 1712:
Bedford (Thomas Sheffard)
318 0 4
ditto (Thomas Billings, junior) 291 10 8
ditto (Thomas Poole) 538 14
Bristoll (Maurice Pugh) 1,366 12
ditto (Samuel Saunders) 609 10
Cambridge (Thomas Poole) 852 6
ditto (Thomas Billings, junior) 214 16
ditto (John Farmer) 544 12 11
Canterbury (Jacob Lynn) 1,118 17
ditto (Archibald Darroch) 929 5 9
Carmarthen (John Picton) 1,092 2
Chester (Thomas Walbancke) 1,669 14 11½
Cornwall (Francis Somaster) 862 7
ditto (John Brooke) 174 4 10¾
Cumberland (John Hodgson) 592 3
Derby (John Morris) 1,232 11
Dorsett (Thomas Cornelius) 1,277 15
Durham (Thomas Billings, senior) 1,827 12
Essex (Edmund Haddocks) 1,339 12
Exeter (Edward Binlawes) 1,816 2
Glocester (Edward Kemeys) 1,079 19 4
Hampshire (William Morton) 2,609 13 9
Hereford (Edward Halford) 1,171 1 3
Hertford (Henry Marmion) 3,408 15
Isle of Wight (William Osborne) 30 11 10½
ditto (William Vessy) 80 13
Lancaster (John Rockett) 1,299 0
Leeds (Matthew Slack) 2,058 13
Litchfield (William Bainbrigg) 747 17 10½
ditto (Robert Eckersall) 601 18
Lincoln (Samuel Power) 1,797 19
Marleborough (Thomas Hope) 878 6
ditto (William Huson) 134 10 10½
Northampton (John Wyatt) 859 4
ditto (John Rogerson) 779 2
Norwich (Thomas Boococke) 2,012 15 3
Oxford (John Marlow) 897 6 10
Reading (Thomas French) 427 12
ditto (William Gough) 668 8 2
Richmond (William Archer) 828 18
Salop (George Lomax) 1,715 14
Sheffield (William Askew) 1,480 7
Suffolk (Richard Eeles) 2,135 16
Surry (Joseph Wheeler) 2,641 13
Sussex (Leonard Benson) 1,226 10
Taunton (Stewkley Goodwin) 1,269 19
ditto (Francis Somaster) 325 5
Tiverton (John Brooke) 825 11
ditto (Stewkley Goodwin) 186 15
North Wales (Richard Clince) 1,187 10
Westmoreland (Matthew Denton) 1,123 19 11¼
Worcester (Walter Warlow) 2,063 10 10
York (Gervase Raynes) 1,252 16
these Accomptants in London and within the Bills of Mortality 7,260 18
65,737 14
the King's part of fines and penalties; on the Old Duties:
Cambridge (Thomas Poole)
14 13 6
ditto (Thomas Billings, junior) 6 6 3
ditto (John Farmer) 23 13 6
Canterbury (Archibald Darroch) 1 18
Carmarthen (John Picton) 6 12 6
Chester (Thomas Walbanke) 4 5 0
Cumberland (John Hodgson) 6 3 0
Derby (John Morris) 48 2 10½
Durham (Thomas Billings, senior) 2 18 1
Essex (Edmund Haddocks) 7 10 0
Exeter (Edward Binlawes) 27 15
Glocester (Edward Kemeys) 1 18 3
Hampshire (William Morton) 15 14 9
Hereford (Edward Halford) 10 10 0
Lancaster (John Rockett) 5 4
Leeds (Matthew Slack) 14 18 6
Litchfield (William Bainbrigg) 2 4 5
ditto (Robert Eckersall) 2 10 0
Lincoln (Samuel Power) 7 6 10
Marleborough (Thomas Hope) 6 5 0
Northampton (John Wyatt) 4 2 1
ditto (John Rogerson) 5 17 11½
Norwich (Thomas Boococke) 27 10
Reading (William Gough) 12 8 9
Richmond (William Archer) 2 9 11½
Salop (George Lomax) 2 1 8
Sheffield (William Askew) 8 19 3
Suffolk (Richard Eeles) 13 8
Surry (Joseph Wheeler) 5 19
Tiverton (John Brooke) 6 8 9
North Wales (Richard Clince) 16 16 3
Westmoreland (Matthew Denton) 3 18 11½
Worcester (Walter Warlow) 14 0 10
York (Gervace Raynes) 7 17
348 10 11¼
interest received on Bills of Exchange returned, detailed by Collectors and places:
on the Duties from Midsummer 1711
5 14
on the Duties from 1 Aug. 1712 2 5
7 19 5
surcharge on sundry Collectors in the Examiners' Office in London, ditto 0 5
(total receipts as above 175,877l. 19s.d.) overpayments by Collectors, ditto:
on the Duties from Midsummer 1711
45 12
on the Duties from 1 Aug. 1712 188 4
233 17
money surcharged against a credit given to these Accomptants in their Cash Accompt for a repayment to Anna Browne, widow and Executrix of William Browne, late Collector at Glocester:
on the Duties from 24 June 1711
3 15 5
on the Duties from 1 Aug. 1712 0 4 9
4 0 2
total charge and receipts £214,419 5
(whereof on the Duty on Stock in hand 1l. 0s. 5d.; on the Duties from 24 June 1711, 134,115l. 9s. 11½d.; and on the Duties from 1 Aug. 1712, 80,302l. 15s.d.).
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Overpayments on the preceding Accompt:
on the Duties from 24 June 1711
73 1
on the Additional Duties from 1 Aug. 1712 194 17
267 18
salaries etc.:
the Commissioners and other Officers in London; out of the Duties from Midsummer 1711, 1,978l. 6s.d., and out of the Additional Duties, 1,186l. 19s. 9d.
3,165 6
the Collectors and other Officers in the Country, detailed by places, with names of the Collectors only; out of the Duties from Midsummer 1711, 14,479l. 3s.d., and out of the Additional Duties 8,687l. 9s. 10½d. 23,166 13 1
26,331 19
incident charges:
incident charges in London etc. (including 43l. 10s. for Inferior Officers' taxes): out of the Duties from Midsummer 1711, 398l. 2s.d., and out of the Additional Duties, 238l. 17s.d.
637 0
incident charges in the Country, detailed by Collectors etc. and places, viz. postage of letters etc., 498l. 14s.d., riding charges, 1,264l. 16s., Officers' taxes repaid 1,023l. 9s.d., and charges of remitting money to London 68l. 6s. 5d. out of the Duties from Midsummer 1711, 1,784l. 1s.d., and out of the Additional Duties 1,071l. 5s.d. 2,855 6 8
3,492 7
(total for salaries and incidents; out of the Duties from Midsummer 1711, 18,639l. 13s.d., and out of the Additional Duties, 11,184l. 12s.d.; in all, 29,824l. 6s.d.)
money repaid upon debentures for Hides and Skins exported and for overcharges:
repaid at the Head Office in London for Hides etc. exported; out of the Duties from Midsummer 1711, 4,783l. 19s. 10½d., and out of the Additional Duties, 2,352l. 5s.d.
7,136 5 1
repaid in the Country for ditto, detailed by Collectors and places; out of the Duties from Midsummer 1711, 1,338l. 11s.d. and out of the Additional Duties, 666l. 5s.d. 2,004 17
9,141 2
repaid for Overcharges (of which 3l. 6s.d. in London) out of the Duties from Midsummer 1711, 4l. 15s. 8d., and out of the Additional Duties 2l. 19s. 2d. 7 14 10
total repayments; out of the Duties from Midsummer 1711, 6,127l. 7s. and out of the Additional Duties, 3,021l. 10s.d.; in all 9,148l. 17s.d.)
money repaid to reduce a balance due to a late Collector; to Anna Brown, widow and Executrix of William Brown, late Collector at Gloucester 4 0 2
money paid into the Exchequer:
out of the Duties from Midsummer 1711
83,201 13 8
out of the Additional Duties 49,984 6 7
133,186 0 3
total payments and allowances (out of the Duties from Midsummer 1711, 108,045l. 10s. 10d. and out of the Additional Duties, 64,385l. 11s.d.) £172,431 2
and so remains 41,988 3
against which depending in money due from sundry tanners, tawers and dressers of Hides; detailed, by Collectors and places:
for the Duties from Midsummer 1711
2,875 6 10¾
for the Additional Duties 1,839 9 10¼
4,714 16 9
money remaining in arrear in the Collectors' hands:
on the Duties from Midsummer 1711:
Bedford (Thomas Sheffard)
2 19 9
ditto (Thomas Poole) 42 17
Bristoll (Maurice Pugh) 3 0 10½
ditto (Samuel Saunders) 0 0
Cambridge (John Farmer) 0 6
Canterbury (Jacob Lynn) 20 11
ditto (Archibald Darrock) 9 9
Carmarthen (John Picton) 34 4
Chester (Thomas Walbancke) 0 1
Cumberland (John Hodgson) 32 11
Derby (John Morris) 0 16 0
Dorsett (Thomas Cornelius) 1 8
Exeter (Edward Binlawes) 2 4
Gloucester (Edward Kemeys) 0 10
Hertford (Henry Marmion) 0 2 11¾
Lancaster (John Rockett) 1 1
Litchfield (William Bainbrigg) 0 1
ditto (Robert Eckersall) 0 0
Marleborough (Thomas Hope) 24 0
Northampton (John Wyatt) 1 2 2
ditto (John Rogerson) 0 6
Norwich (Thomas Boocock) 0 3
Oxford (John Marlow) 7 11 10
Reading (Thomas French) 2 9 10¾
ditto (William Gough) 17 4
Richmond (William Archer) 1 10
Salop (George Lomax) 0 2
Sheffield (William Askew) 9 12 3
Suffolk (Richard Eeles) 8 6
Surry (Joseph Wheeler) 1 10 11
Sussex (Leonard Benton) 0 8 5
Taunton (Francis Somaster) 0 18
Tiverton (Stewkley Goodwin) 1 5 11¼
North Wales (Richard Clince) 0 0
Worcester (Walter Warlow) 0 2 1
York (Gervas Raynes) 0 2 7
Chester (Francis Gregson) 0 4
Cornwall (Thomas Symmonds) 102 2
Dorsett (William Sherborne) 80 9
Isle of Wight (George Spong) 0 0
ditto (Benjamin Everard) 1 14
Lancaster (Edward Burghall) 3 16
Northumberland (John Wilcocks) 1 6
419 1
on the Additional Duties:
Bristoll (Maurice Pugh)
0 17
ditto (Samuel Saunders) 0 0
Canterbury (Archibald Darroch) 25 7 8
Chester (Thomas Walbancke) 0 0 7
Dorsett (Thomas Cornelius) 0 15 10¼
Essex (Edmund Haddock) 6 2 11
Exeter (Edward Binlawes) 0 4
Hampshire (William Morton) 2 13
Hertford (Henry Marmion) 7 12
Isle of Wight (William Osborne) 0 0
ditto (Benjamin Everard) 1 4
Lancaster (John Rockett) 1 11
Litchfield (William Bainbrigg) 0 0 5
ditto (Robert Eckersall) 0 0
Lincoln (Samuel Power) 10 17 10½
Marlbro' (Thomas Hope) 14 18
ditto (William Huson) 0 10
Norwich (Thomas Boococke) 0 2 11
Oxford (John Marlow) 25 0
Richmond (William Archer) 0 18
Salop (George Lomax) 0 1
Surry (Joseph Wheeler) 1 5
Sussex (Leonard Benton) 0 5
Tiverton (Stewkley Goodwin) 0 16
North Wales (Richard Clince) 0 0 5
Westmoreland (Matthew Denton) 2 8
Worcester (Walter Warlow) 0 0 9
York (Gervas Raynes) 0 1 7
Cornwall (Thomas Symonds) 42 1 11
ditto (John Weston) 0 0
Northumberland (John Wilcocks) 1 3 1
Reading (Thomas Gibbons) 28 3 10
175 9 10¾
(total in the Collectors' hands 594l. 11s.d.)
money remaining in the Accomptants' hands:
on the Old Duties from 24 June 1711
1,165 13
on the Additional Duties from 1 Aug. 1712 766 5 4
1,931 18 11¾
money imprested to Francis Sorell, Secretary to the Commissioners; out of the Old Duties 144 9
money due from sundry Collectors and paid since the determination of this Accompt:
on the Old Duties
21,466 7 10¾
on the Additional Duties 13,135 18 7
34,602 6
(total in the hands of the Commissioners or their Secretary 36,678l. 15s. 1d.)
£41,988 3
and so this General Accompt is even and Quit.
Declared 5 September 1721.

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: HIDES AND SKINS: CASH ACCOUNT.

PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1404 [E.351/1404].

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 786: ROLL 984 [A.O.1/786/984].

William Walbanke, Nicholas Vincent, Paul Burrard, John Williams, Anthony Dawley and Bryan Fairfax; Nicholas Vincent, Paul Burrard, John Williams, Anthony Dawley, Bryan Fairfax and Sir Harcourt Master; successively Commissioners for the Duties on Hides, Skins, Vellum and Parchment.

24 June 1715 to 24 June 1716.

Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the hands of William Walbanke, Nicholas Vincent, Paul Burrard, John Williams, Anthony Dawley and Bryan Fairfax upon the end of the last preceding Cash Accompt:
on the Old Duties from 24 June 1711
639 6
on the Additional Duties from 1 Aug. 1712 406 8
1,045 15
and depending on Francis Sorel, Secretary to these Accomptants, for money imprested to him 599 2 1
(total arrears 1,644l. 17s.d.)
Receipts: money received or remitted for the Duties on Hides and Skins etc. within the time of this Accompt:
on the Old Duties from 24 June 1711:
Bedford (Thomas Sheffard)
700 14 11¾
ditto (Thomas Billings, junior) 499 14
ditto (Thomas Poole) 390 10 0
Bristoll (Maurice Pugh) 1,993 1
ditto (Samuel Saunders) 264 4
Cambridge (Matthew Denton) 5 12
ditto (Thomas Poole) 1,898 1
ditto (Thomas Billings, junior) 442 12 11
ditto (John Farmer) 234 15
Canterbury (Jacob Lynn) 2,396 17 8
ditto (Archibald Darroch) 835 17 7
Carmarthen (John Picton) 1,189 3
Chester (Thomas Walbanke) 2,231 6
Cornwall (Stewkley Godwin) 236 0 11
ditto (Francis Somaster) 1,143 8
Cumberland (John Hodgson) 600 1
Derby (John Morris) 1,655 4 10½
Dorsett (Thomas Cornelius) 1,732 17
Durham (Thomas Billings) 2,386 9
Essex (Edmund Haddock) 1,708 17 7
Exeter (Edward Binlaws) 2,124 5
Gloucester (Edward Kemeys) 1,415 4
Hampshire (William Morton) 3,606 16
Hereford (Edward Halford) 1,565 11
Hertford (Henry Marmion) 4,164 4
Isle of Wight (William Osburne) 81 18 10½
ditto (William Vessey) 75 5 7
Lancaster (Mathew Denton) 347 0
ditto (John Rockett) 1,412 7
Leeds (Matthew Slack) 3,055 5 7
Litchfield (William Bainbrigg) 1,326 12 1
ditto (Robert Eckersall) 526 15 11¾
Lincoln (Samuel Power) 2,505 3 6
Marleborough (Thomas Hope) 1,423 5
Northampton (John Wyatt) 1,989 10
ditto (John Rogerson) 361 3
Norwich (Thomas Boococke) 2,991 9 7
Oxford (Thomas French) 290 5
ditto (John Marlow) 770 6
Reading (Thomas Gibbons) 423 9 10
ditto (Thomas French) 481 14 1
ditto (William Gough) 731 7
Richmond (William Archer) 1,043 5
Salop (George Lomax) 2,132 7
Sheffield (William Askew) 2,164 14 11¼
Suffolk (Robert Eeles) 2,916 17
Surry (Francis Somaster) 899 15
ditto (Joseph Wheeler) 3,418 9
Sussex (Leonard Benton) 1,557 1
Taunton (Joseph Wheeler) 481 14
ditto (Stewkley Goodwin) 1,803 16
Tiverton (John Brook) 1,418 9
North Wales (Edward Kemeys) 170 14
ditto (Richard Clinche) 1,270 10
Westmorland (John Rockett) 394 11
ditto (Matthew Denton) 1,284 0 3
Worcester (Walter Warlow) 2,985 16
York (Gervas Raynes) 1,512 8 7
these Accomptants for money received within London Collection 10,768 3 11
90,437 12 10
for the Additional Duties from 1 August 1712:
Bedford (Thomas Sheffard)
436 19
ditto (Thomas Billings, junior) 264 4 9
ditto (Thomas Pool) 272 10
Bristol (Maurice Pugh) 1,432 5
ditto (Samuel Saunders) 188 16 3
Cambridge (Matthew Denton) 1 0
ditto (Thomas Poole) 948 3
ditto (Thomas Billings, junior) 204 3 1
ditto (John Farmer) 137 0 9
Canterbury (Jacob Lynn) 1,422 10
ditto (Archibald Darroch) 457 11
Carmarthen (John Picton) 740 15 7
Chester (Thomas Walbancke) 1,378 8
Cornwal (Stewkley Goodwin) 215 8
ditto (Francis Somaster) 615 17
Cumberland (John Hodgson) 364 16
Derby (John Morris) 950 5
Dorsett (Thomas Cornelius) 968 14 9
Durham (Thomas Billings) 1,479 0 4
Essex (Edmund Haddock) 995 13 1
Exeter (Edward Binlaws) 1,457 0 11¾
Gloucester (Edward Kemeys) 659 5
Hampshire (William Morton) 2,104 15
Hereford (Edward Halford) 891 14
Hertford (Henry Marmion) 3,080 19
Isle of Wight (William Osborne) 45 19
ditto (William Vessey) 41 16 0
Lancaster (Matthew Denton) 212 3 10
ditto (John Rockett) 785 1
Leeds (Matthew Slack) 1,704 1
Litchfield (William Bainbrigg) 751 1
ditto (Robert Eckersall) 302 13
Lincoln (Samuel Power) 1,463 2 11
Marlborough (Thomas Hope) 800 3
Northampton (John Wyat) 1,163 14 11¼
ditto (John Rogerson) 199 14
Norwich (Thomas Boococke) 1,602 18
Oxford (Thomas French) 179 8 10¾
ditto (John Marlow) 490 0 0
Reading (Thomas Gibbons) 141 17
ditto (Thomas French) 260 0 6
ditto (William Gough) 379 0 11¼
Richmond (William Archer) 608 16 0
Salop (George Lomax) 1,359 11
Sheffield (William Askew) 1,227 14 8
Suffolk (Richard Eeles) 1,729 7 10¼
Surrey (Francis Somaster) 669 7
ditto (Joseph Wheeler) 1,878 9 6
Sussex (Leonard Benton) 844 2
Taunton (Joseph Wheeler) 259 12
ditto (Stewkley Goodwin) 1,033 15 6
Tiverton (John Brooke) 771 15
North Wales (Edward Kemeys) 112 0
ditto (Richard Clinche) 755 8
Westmorland (John Rockett) 188 7
ditto (Matthew Denton) 682 13 10
Worcester (Walter Warlow) 1,790 14 11½
York (Gervas Raynes) 917 7 10¼
these Accomptants for money received in London Collection 7,102 6
54,122 10
total charge and receipts (on the Old Duties 91,676l. 1s.d. and on the Additional Duties 54,528l. 19s.d.)
£146,205 0 6
Discharge.
Salaries and incidents:
salaries at the Head Office in London:
Nicholas Vincent, Paul Burrard, John Williams, Anthony Dawley and Brian Fairfax, Commissioners, for one year to Ladyday 1716; William Walbanke, another, and Sir Harcourt Master succeeding him for their respective service during the same time
1,200 0 0
Sir Charles Farnaby, Cashier, for himself and clerks 510 0 0
Francis Sorel, Secretary, same time 50 0 0
George Wilson, Solicitor, for himself and clerk 150 0 0
Leonard Reresby, Comptroller, ditto 150 0 0
Henry Needler, Accomptant General, for himself and three assistants 260 0 0
clerk assistant, registrar, examiner, storekeeper etc. 845 6
3,165 6
incident charges and disbursements in London detailed 637 0
(total for salaries and incidents (out of the Old Duties 2,376l. 9s. and out of the Additional Duties 1,425l. 17s.d.) 3,802l. 6s.d.)
money repaid upon debentures for Hides and Skins etc. exported:
out of the Old Duties
4,783 19 10½
out of the Additional Duties 2,352 5
7,136 5 1
money repaid to Anna Brown, widow and Executrix of William Brown, Collector at Gloucester, for an overpayment (out of the Old Duties 3l. 15s. 5d. and out of the Additional Duties 4s. 9d.) 4 0 2
money paid into the Exchequer, detailed by dates:
out of the Old Duties
83,201 13 8
out of the Additional Duties 49,984 6 7
133,186 0 3
total payments and allowances (out of the Old Duties 90,365l. 17s. 11½d. and out of the Additional Duties 53,762l. 13s. 11¼d.)
£144,128 11 10¾
and so remains 2,076 8
whereof depending on Francis Sorel, Secretary, being money imprested to him for contingent expenses 144 9
and so these Accomptants are Indebted (on the Old Duties 1,165l. 13s.d. and on the Additional Duties 766l. 5s. 4d.)
Declared 5 September 1721.
1,931 18 11¾