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Declared Accounts: Customs, Cash Account

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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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Customs, Cash Account

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CUSTOMS: CASH ACCOUNT

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 786, ROLL 985 [A.O.1./786/985]

Henry Ferne, Receiver General and Cashier of Customs

26 December 1715 to 24 June 1716

Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the Accomptant's hands upon the end of his last preceding Accompt 6,704 13
the value of sundry bonds remaining in the Accomptant's hands on the determination of his said last Accompt:
for Customs to 31 July 1710
34,236 13
for ditto to 31 July 1712 16,981 2
for ditto to 31 July 1714 15,526 7
for ditto from 1 Aug. 1714 33,587 19
for the New Additional Impositions to 31 July 1710 210 15 2
for ditto to 31 July 1714 19 10
for the New Subsidy to 1 Feb. 1699–1700 1,809 18
for ditto to 8 March 1701–2 2,823 3 11¼
for ditto to 31 July 1714 53,490 13
for ditto to Michaelmas 1715 32,369 18
for ditto from 29 Sept. 1715 648 11 7
for the One Third Subsidy to 8 March 1706–7 16 18
for ditto from 8 March 1706–7 31,014 10
222,736 2
remaining on an assignment from John Chaigneau of a debt from the Board of Green Cloth 358 7 4
sundry persons, named at the foot of the last Accompt, for money imprested to them 555 0 0
(total arrears 230,354l. 3s.d.)
Receipts: sums received from the several Receivers and Collectors within the time of this Accompt:
for the Customs:
out of the Customs to 31 July 1710:
London port:
several merchants for interest on bonds
729 12
Outports:
Whitehaven (Joseph Sewell, late Collector)
14 18
out of ditto to 31 July 1712:
London port:
interest on bonds
244 15 8
Outports:
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson, late Collector)
40 2
Plymouth (David Morris, Collector) 38 3 4
Padstow (Richard Jennings) 0 1 11¾
323 3 7
(total Outports 78l. 7s. 11d.)
out of ditto to 31 July 1714:
London port:
interest on bonds
18 2
Outports:
Biddeford (Thomas Jans)
202 7
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson, late Collector) 2 8
Fowy (Charles Lamb) 18 15
Lime (Thomas Jans) 130 0 0
Shoreham (James Benn) 2 18 6
374 12
(total Outports 356l. 9s. 5d.)
out of ditto from 1 Aug. 1714:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt, in money
73,999 15
ditto, on the Wine Receipt, in money 70,150 18 4
ditto, ditto, in bonds 39 15 0
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt, in money 25,526 14
ditto, ditto, in bonds 9,545 3 5
interest on bonds 6 0 10¾
(total London port 179,268l. 7s.d.)
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson)
3,973 9 0
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 95 1 5
Biddeford (Thomas Jans) 628 5
Berwick (George Moor) 2 5
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 0 1
Bridlington (John Bower) 12 15 5
Blackney (Thomas Shorting) 0 8
Deal (Salathiel Rolfe) 9 0 0
Dover (John Ball) 12 13
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 200 0 0
ditto (William Sprye) 1,270 0 0
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 75 14 11¼
Falmouth (William Pye) 71 2 9
Gloucester (Richard Cossley) 0 15 0
Hull (Hugh Mason) 2,417 6
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 43 16 0
Ipswich (Samuel Kettleby) 84 0
Liverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 1,335 0 0
Lime (Thomas Jans) 64 12 2
ditto (Henry Badcock) 451 8 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 300 0 0
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 115 10
Maldon (Walter Walker) 6 16 8
Newhaven (Alexander Shoebridge) 2 19
Penrynn (Ambrose Thompson) 67 4
Rochester (John Pope) 152 9 6
Rye (James Benn) 15 17
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 230 0 0
Southampton (Francis Medcalf) 1,011 9
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 20 3
Shoreham (James Benn, late Collector) 2 16
ditto (James Lamb) 106 17
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 29 0
Weymouth (Henry Baker) 7 7
ditto (Thomas Bower) 134 14 8
ditto (Philip Taylor) 401 11
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 400 0 0
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 15 3
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 2 10
Wisbeech (Henry Hare) 0 12
ditto (Joseph Ryland) 230 0 0
193,269 5
(total Outports 14,000l. 18s.d.)
out of the Customs to 31 July 1714 [from North Britain]:
Mongo Greme, Receiver General in North Britain
85 17
out of the Customs from 1 Aug. 1714 [ditto]:
Mongo Greme Receiver General in North Britain
349 4
(total for the Customs 195,146l. 13s.d.)
for the Additional Impositions:
out of the Additional Impositions to 31 July 1710:
interest on bonds
7 0 4
out of ditto to 31 July 1714:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson)
137 18 10½
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 2 15
140 13 11
out of ditto from 1 Aug. 1714:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt
11,870 4
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt 2,319 19 10½
ditto, on the Wine Receipt 6,810 0 0
the Earl of Manchester, Collector Outwards 0 6 0
(total London port 21,000l. 9s. 11d.)
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson)
1,413 16 0
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 4 18
Bridgwater (Nicholas Jeffreys) 0 11 3
Carlisle (Richard Eaglesfield) 15 11 5
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 1 13
Bridlington (John Bower) 0 1 5
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 152 6 4
Cowes (John Dale) 19 7 0
Chichester (Henry Baker) 1 14
Dover (John Ball) 102 0
Dartmouth (Arthur Robinson) 0 13
Exeter (William Sprye) 81 0 9
Fowy (Charles Lamb) 11 14 7
Falmouth (William Pye) 0 11
Hull (Hugh Mason) 355 0 0
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 24 10
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 10 18
Liverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 180 0 0
Lime (Henry Badcock) 0 11 11¼
Lynn (Henry Hare) 18 13
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 17 19
Looe (John Dyer) 31 16
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 590 0 0
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 173 5 1
Poole (Henry Baker) 60 14
Rochester (John Pope) 92 0 0
Rye (James Benn) 56 2
Stockton (Thomas Lawson) 148 12 10¾
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 761 10 0
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 0 6
Shoreham (James Benn, late Collector) 3 17
ditto (James Lamb) 154 0
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 2 12
Weymouth (Henry Blake) 2 6 10½
ditto (Philip Taylor) 9 9 2
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 83 7
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 0 5
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 226 17 2
25,811 8 10¾
(total Outports 4,810l. 18s. 11¾d.)
out of the Additional Impositions to 31 July 1715 from North Britain:
Mongo Greeme, Receiver General in North Britain
1 14
out of ditto from 1 Aug. 1715 from North Britain:
Mongo Greeme, Receiver General in North Britain
88 19
(total for the New Additional Impositions on Poundage goods 26,049l. 17s. 3d.)
for the New Subsidy
out of the New Subsidy to 8 March 1701–2:
interest on bonds
288 12
out of ditto to 31 July 1714
London port:
interest on bonds
557 6
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson)
1,085 0 0
Biddeford (Thomas Jans) 202 17 11
Carlisle (Richard Eaglesfield, late Collector) 14 8 7
Dartmouth (John Jenkins) 1 1
Falmouth (Ambrose Thompson and Richard Jennings) 0 0
Ilfracomb (John Keir, late Collector) 11 19
Liverpoole (Edward Scarborough, ditto) 124 19 10½
Newhaven (Alexander Shoebridge) 0 0
Padstow (Richard Jennings) 7 1
Rye (George Shuckburgh, late Collector) 6 5
Shoreham (John Goldham, late Collector) 1 1
2,012 2 10¾
(total Outports 1,454l. 16s.d.)
out of ditto to 29 Sept. 1715:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Collector Inwards, on the Grand Receipt, in money
6,430 19 1
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt, in bonds 4 9
interest on bonds 1 9
(total London port 6,436l. 17s. 11d.)
Outports:
Arundell (John Wentworth)
0 8 0
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 734 0 0
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 60 16 3
Biddeford (Thomas Jans) 150 0 0
Berwick (George Moore) 90 11
Chichester (Henry Baker) 13 10 6
Colchester (James Bruce) 0 1
Deal (Salathiel Rolfe) 0 9 6
Dover (John Ball) 120 7
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 80 11 2
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 18 11
Falmouth (William Pye) 29 18 11
Gloucester (Richard Cossley) 0 5 0
Hull (Hugh Mason) 49 2 3
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 1 9 4
Ilfracomb (John Jenkins) 18 10 5
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 21 9 1
Milford (William Goodacre) 4 19
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 15 9 0
Penrynn (Ambrose Thompson) 4 17
Rochester (John Pope) 38 4 7
Rye (James Benn) 8 0
Shoreham (James Ben, late Collector) 3 18
7,902 9 4
(total Outports 1,465l. 11s. 5d.)
out of ditto from 29 Sept. 1715:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt, in money
48,987 18 4
ditto, on the Wine Receipt 41,875 0 0
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt, in money 8,515 18
ditto, ditto, in bonds 9,540 14
(total London port 108,919l. 11s. 0d.)
Outports:
Arundell (John Wentworth)
0 1
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 8,983 9
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 84 10
Biddeford (Thomas Jans) 165 0 0
Beaumaris (Featherstone Nicholson) 16 18
Berwick (George Moore) 30 19 11
Bridgwater (Nicholas Jefferies) 3 3
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 94 10
Bridlington (John Bower) 9 1
Blackney (Thomas Shorting) 39 18
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 869 12 9
Cowes (John Dale) 61 6 11½
Colchester (James Bruce) 67 16
Deal (Salathiel Rolfe) 69 15 9
Dover (John Ball) 383 2
Dartmouth (Arthur Robinson) 102 9
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 541 1
ditto (William Sprye) 1,223 8
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 83 2
Falmouth (William Pye) 179 17
Hull (Hugh Mason) 2,989 18
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 36 15
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 6 17
Ilfracomb (John Jenkins) 1 10 0
Ipswich (Samuel Kettelby) 105 5 10
Liverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 3,378 12 6
Lime (Henry Badcock) 172 0 0
ditto (George Lisle) 15 0 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 1,104 8 8
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 251 11
Looe (John Dyer) 29 0
Lanelthy (John Phillips) 0 2
Milford (William Goodacre) 20 0 0
Minehead (Thomas Blake) 37 10 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 1,060 1 9
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 131 16 10
Penrynn (Ambrose Thompson) 97 16
Poole (Henry Baker) 152 11 2
Rochester (John Pope) 289 0 0
Rye (James Ben) 26 1 4
Stockton (Thomas Lawson) 442 19
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 48 7
Swanzey (William Gwinn) 3 14
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 1,164 13
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 26 17 8
Shoreham (James Lamb) 55 7
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 46 2
Southwold (Edward Davies) 3 7
Weymouth (Henry Baker) 28 18 4
ditto (Philip Taylor) 292 5
Whitehaven (Henry Blencow) 410 0 0
Wells (John Keene) 46 0
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 22 14
Wisbeech (Henry Hare) 2 8 10¾
ditto (Joseph Ryland) 179 19
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 947 16 11½
135,556 10
(total Outports 26,636l. 19s.d.)
on ditto to 31 July 1714 from North Britain:
Mongo Greme, Receiver General in Scotland
127 11 11¾
on ditto to 29 Sept. 1715 from ditto:
Mongo Greme, Receiver General in Scotland
365 1 2
(total for the New Subsidy 146,252l. 8s.d.)
for the One Third Subsidy:
out of the One Third Subsidy to 8 March 1706–7:
interest on bonds
2 7
out of ditto from 9 March 1706–7:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt, in money
18,589 7 1
ditto, on the Wine Receipt, in money 13,953 0 0
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt, in money 2,838 10 0
ditto, ditto, in bonds 3,181 14 3
interest on bonds 188 18
(total London port 38,751l. 9s.d.)
Outports:
Arundell (John Wentworth)
0 3
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 4,730 15
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 49 15 2
Biddeford (Thomas Jans) 237 1 9
Beaumaris (Featherstone Nicholson) 11 13
Berwick (George Moor) 40 11 1
Bridgwater (Nicholas Jefferies) 14 7 9
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 68 11
Bridlington (John Bower) 3 0
Blackney (Thomas Shorting) 13 5 11¼
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 127 7 4
Cowes (John Dale) 19 17
Chichester (Henry Baker) 4 10
Colchester (James Bruce) 21 15
Deal (Salathiel Rolfe) 3 12
Dover (John Ball) 139 17
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 0 7
ditto (Arthur Robinson) 15 1
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 247 15 11½
ditto (William Sprye) 389 14
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 33 18
Falmouth (William Pye) 71 3 8
ditto (Ambrose Thompson and Richard Jennings) 0 4 5
Hull (Hugh Mason) 1,014 18
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 12 5
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 2 15
Ilfracomb (John Jennings) 6 13
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 35 1 10
Liverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 905 5 6
Lime (Henry Badcock) 50 0 0
ditto (George Lisle) 5 0 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 420 0 0
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 91 0
Looe (John Dyer) 9 13
Lanelthy (John Philips) 0 0 11¼
Milford (William Goodacre) 8 0 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 326 5 5
Newhaven (Alexander Shoebridge) 0 0
Penrynn (Ambrose Thomson) 34 4 4
Plymouth (David Morris) 300 0 0
Poole (Henry Baker) 50 16 9
Padstow (Richard Jennings) 1 11 11
ditto (John Bligh) 39 0 0
Rochester (John Pope) 198 0 0
Rye (George Shuckburgh, late Collector) 17 11 10¼
ditto (James Benn) 11 7
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 147 6 0
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 16 19
Swanzey (William Gwinn) 1 4 9
Southampton (Francis Medcalf) 380 19 0
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 8 19
Shoreham (James Benn) 1 6
ditto (James Lamb) 18 9
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 15 7
Southwold (Edward Davies) 0 15 10
Weymouth (Henry Baker) 9 12
ditto (Thomas Bower) 3 11
ditto (Philip Taylor) 97 8
Whitehaven (Henry Blencow) 71 16
Wells (John Keene) 24 14 7
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 7 11
Wisbeech (Henry Hare) 0 16
ditto (Joseph Ryland) 59 19
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 285 19 1
49,698 9
(total Outports 10.947l. 0s. 1d.)
out of the ditto from 8 March 1706 from North Britain:
Mongo Greme, Receiver General in North Britain
113 12
(total for the One Third Subsidy 49,814l. 9s.d.)
for the Two Third Subsidy:
for the Two Third Subsidy to 8 March 1711–12
Rye (George Shuckburgh)
59 7 10½
for ditto from 8 March 1711–12:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt
21,377 0 0
ditto, on the Wine Receipt 28,000 0 0
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt 1,039 3 10½
(total London port 50,416l. 3s. 10½d.)
Outports:
Arundell (John Wentworth)
0 6
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 3,774 2
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 53 8 11
Biddeford (Thomas Jans) 130 19 0
Beaumaris (Featherstone Nicholson) 21 1
Berwick (George Moor) 80 19
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 82 13
Bridlington (John Bower) 0 15
Blackney (Thomas Shorting) 22 13 11¼
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 350 0 0
Cowes (John Dale) 40 19
Chichester (Henry Baker) 7 1 10½
Colchester (James Bruce) 15 12
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 7 14
Dover (John Ball) 272 15
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 1 19 5
ditto (Arthur Robinson) 24 4 10
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 182 11
ditto (William Sprye) 482 3
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 67 16 9
Falmouth (William Pye) 142 8
Hull (Hugh Mason) 1,561 14
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 23 5 2
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 5 11
Ilfracomb (John Jenkins) 13 6 11¾
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 53 19 10¾
Liverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 310 0 0
Lime (Henry Badcock) 29 11
ditto (George Lisle) 10 0 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 847 14 0
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 84 4 11½
Looe (John Dyer) 16 14
Lanelthy (John Phillips) 0 1 10¼
Milford (William Goodacre) 9 0 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 480 9 4
Newhaven (Alexander Shoebridge) 0 0
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 200 0 0
Penrynn (Ambrose Thompson) 73 18
Plymouth (David Morris) 300 0 0
Poole (Henry Baker) 88 9
Padstow (Richard Jennings) 3 3 10
Rochester (John Pope) 101 0 0
Rye (James Benn) 22 14
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 190 17 0
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 25 19 6
Swanzey (William Gwinn) 2 9
Southampton (Francis Medcalf) 756 2 0
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 11 17 7
Shoreham (James Ben) 2 12
ditto (James Lamb) 36 18 1
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 30 12
Southwold (Edward Davies) 1 2
Weymouth (Henry Baker) 18 19
ditto (Thomas Bower) 8 19
ditto (Philip Taylor) 160 5
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 20 0
ditto (Henry Blencow) 61 2 4
Wells (John Keene) 30 0
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 4 16 11½
Wisbeech (Henry Hare) 0 0 8
ditto (Joseph Ryland) 119 19
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 392 17
62,289 5
(total Outports 11,873l. 1s.d.)
out of the Two Third Subsidy from 8 March 1711–12; from North Britain:
Mongo Greme, Receiver General in North Britain
159 14
(total for the Two Third Subsidy 62,508l. 7s.d.)
for the New and New Additional Duties on Coffee etc.:
out of the New Duty on Coffee etc. to 23 June 1714:
Rye (George Shuckburgh)
7 17 6
out of ditto from 24 June 1714:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt
12,510 0 0
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt 2,587 0 10½
(total London port 15,097l. 0s. 10½d.)
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson)
858 1 3
Cowes (John Dale) 3 0 0
Colchester (John Bruce) 1 0 0
Dover (John Ball) 0 17 6
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 18 8 10
Hull (Hugh Mason) 0 14 0
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 0 5 0
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 1 10 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 11 19 8
15,992 17
(total Outports 895l. 16s. 3d.)
out of the New Additional Duty on Coffee, Tea, etc. and 15l. per cent. on Muslins and White Callicoes to 24 June 1714:
Rye (George Shuckburgh)
1 0 2
out of ditto from 25 June 1714:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt
20,892 17
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt 2,588 14 10½
(total London port 23,481l. 12s. 7d.)
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson)
801 16 0
Cowes (John Dale) 3 0 0
Colchester (James Bruce) 1 0 0
Dover (John Ball) 0 17 6
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 18 2 2
Hull (Hugh Mason) 1 13 0
Ipswich (Samuel Kettleby) 0 6 11
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 0 11 2
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 0 1 11
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 1 13 8
Weymouth (Philip Taylor) 0 2
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 1 10 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 11 19 8
24,324 6
(total Outports 842l. 14s.d.)
(total for the Coffee etc. Duties 40,326l. 1s. 6d.)
for the 25l. per cent. on French Goods and 25l. per ton on French Wine:
out of the 25l. per cent. and per ton to 29 Sept. 1715:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson)
165 18
Biddeford (Thomas Jans) 9 5
Beaumaris (Featherstone Nicholson) 8 8 7
Berwick (George Moore) 17 3 9
Chichester (Henry Baker) 1 16 2
Dover (John Ball) 23 0 2
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 0 10 5
Fowy (Charles Lamb) 38 15
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 10 10 0
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 1 1
Milford (William Goodacre) 2 1 8
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 393 11
Penrynn (Ambrose Thomson) 9 9
Plymouth (David Morris) 231 6
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 43 10
956 9
out of the 25l. per cent and per ton from 29 Sept. 1715:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt
4,661 9 4
ditto, on the Wine Receipt 22,720 0 0
(total London port 27,381l. 9s. 4d.)
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson)
1,066 13 10
Beaumaris (Featherstone Nicholson) 3 12
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 66 0 0
Cowes (John Dale) 2 17 11
Dover (John Ball) 83 6
Dartmouth (Arthur Robinson) 3 15 3
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 74 6 6
ditto (William Sprye) 100 0 0
Fowy (Charles Lamb) 122 15 11¼
Falmouth (William Pye) 45 17 5
Hull (Hugh Mason) 17 5
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 0 15 0
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 11 13
Liverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 300 0 0
Lime (Henry Badcock) 0 0
Looe (John Dyer) 47 14 11
Milford (William Goodacre) 19 1 10¾
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 1,160 5 11½
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 129 4 0
Penrynn (Ambrose Thomson) 20 7 0
Plymouth (David Morris) 48 8 11¾
Poole (Henry Baker) 0 9
Rye (James Benn) 13 8
Southampton (Francis Metcalfe) 2,750 18
Shoreham (James Lamb) 495 10 8
Weymouth (Henry Baker) 74 0
34,039 18 11½
(total Outports 6,658l. 9s.d.)
North Britain
Mongo Greme, Receiver General in Scotland
93 16
(total for the 25l. per cent. and per ton 35,090l. 5s.d.)
for the 25l. per ton on French Prize Wines:
Falmouth (Richard Jennings)
7 11 1
for the New Duty on Whalefins:
for the Duty to 31 July 1710:
Rye (George Shuckburgh)
0 9 0
for the Duty from 1 Aug 1714:
London Port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt
3,005 1
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt 71 19
(total London port 3,077l. 1s. 1d.)
Outports:
Hull (Hugh Mason)
50 0 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 80 0 0
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 2 8
3,209 9
(total Outports 132l. 8s.d.)
(total for the Duty on Whalefins 3,209l. 18s.d.)
for the Coal Duties:
out of the Duty to 14 May 1708:
Lynn (John Kent)
83 8
out of ditto to 29 Sept. 1710:
Newhaven (Alexander Shoebridge)
23 12 1
Padstow (John Bligh) 75 12
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 0 18 9
100 2 11½
out of the Duty of 3s. a chaldron on coals:
London port:
Richard Pearce, late Collector of the Duty
17,395 1 1
James Deacon, present Collector 10,580 9 8
(total London port 27,975l. 10s. 9d.)
Outports:
Aldeburgh (James Syred)
68 9
Arundell (John Wentworth) 53 19 1
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 100 0 0
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 350 13 10¼
Biddeford (Thomas Jans) 204 0 0
Beaumaris (Featherstone Nicholson) 64 5 9
Berwick (George Moore) 4 6
Bridgwater (Nicholas Jeffries) 488 14 10¼
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 88 4 10¼
Bridlington (John Bower) 189 2
Blackney (Thomas Shorting) 139 15
Cardiff (Alexander Purcell) 11 6
Cowes (John Dale) 40 15 3
Chichester (Henry Baker) 34 2
Colchester (James Bruce) 291 7
Deal (Salathiel Rolfe) 26 0
Dover (John Ball) 291 9
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 23 1
ditto (Arthur Robinson) 74 0
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 66 15
ditto (William Sprye) 382 12
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 9 9
Faversham (John Smallman) 84 0 0
Falmouth (William Pye) 103 8
Gloucester (Richard Cossley) 34 3 10¼
Hull (Hugh Mason) 639 17
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 125 17 3
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 116 6
Ilfracomb (John Jenkins) 46 8
Ipswich (Samuel Kettleby) 168 7
Lime (Henry Badcock) 19 14
ditto (George Lisle) 15 0 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 1,965 2
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 24 11 10¼
Leigh (John Bowen) 30 0 0
Looe (John Dyer) 7 3
Maldon (Walter Walker) 125 3
Milford (William Goodacre) 60 11
Minehead (Thomas Blake) 94 0 0
Newhaven (Alexander Shoebridge, late Collector) 3 17
ditto (Edward Pollington) 29 1
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 209 3 5
ditto (John Arnold) 142 0 0
Penrynn (Ambrose Thomson) 52 10 11½
Plymouth (David Morris) 509 18 7
Poole (Henry Baker) 40 0
Padstow (Richard Jennings, late Collector) 4 4 10¾
ditto (William Taylor) 25 2
Rochester (John Pope) 414 16 0
Rye (James Benn) 14 3
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 21 3
Swanzey (William Gwinn) 0 3
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 117 19
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 338 15 10¾
Shoreham (James Lamb) 24 16
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 72 16
Southwold (Edward Davies) 40 16 5
Truro (Richard Jennings) 30 8
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 15 1
ditto (Philip Taylor) 31 5
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 1 3
ditto (Henry Blencow) 2 3 10½
Wells (John Keene) 337 1 6
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 266 3
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby)
Wisbeech (Henry Hare) 64 7
ditto (Joseph Ryland) 178 0 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 1,399 6
(total Outports 11,883l. 2s.d.)
North Britain:
Mongo Greme, Receiver General in North Britain
27 14 11½
39,886 7 10¾ (fn. 1)
out of the Duty of 2s. ditto, ditto:
London port:
Richard Pearce, late Collector of the Duty on Coals water-borne
11,596 14 0
James Deacon, the present Collector 7,053 13
(total London port 18,650l. 7s.d.)
Outports:
Aldeburgh (James Syred)
45 12 9
Arundell (John Wentworth) 35 19
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 100 0 0
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 225 5
Biddeford (Thomas Jans) 152 19 10½
Beaumaris (Fetherstone Nicholson) 42 16
Berwick (George Moore) 2 17 5
Bridgwater (Nicholas Jeffries) 467 13
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 365 2
Bridlington (John Bower) 126 2
Blackney (Thomas Shorting) 93 3
Cardiff (Alexander Purcell) 7 11 0
Cowes (John Dale) 26 10 2
Chichester (Henry Baker) 22 14
Colchester (James Bruce) 128 8 10
Deal (Salathiel Rolfe) 17 3 11
Dover (John Ball) 194 10
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 15 7 10¼
ditto (Arthur Robinson) 49 0 5
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 44 10
ditto (William Sprye) 230 0 0
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 6 6 5
Faversham (John Smallman) 83 8
Falmouth (William Pye) 63 7 8
Gloucester (Richard Cossley) 22 13 10½
Hull (Hugh Mason) 354 9 7
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 83 18 3
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 84 8
Ilfracomb (John Jenkins) 30 19
Ipswich (Samuel Kettleby) 112 5 0
Lime (Henry Badcock) 4 13 10¾
ditto (George Lisle) 10 0 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 1,269 7 4
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 16 7 11½
Leigh (John Bowen) 20 0 0
Looe (John Dyer) 4 15 11
Maldon (Walter Walker) 83 8
Minehead (Thomas Blake) 61 0 0
Newhaven (Alexander Shoebridge, late Collector) 1 1 7
ditto (Edward Pollington) 19 7
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 141 16
ditto (John Arnold) 94 0 0
Penrynn (Ambrose Thompson) 35 0
Plymouth (David Morris) 147 13 7
Poole (Henry Baker) 26 13
Padstow (William Taylor) 26 5 10¼
Rochester (John Pope) 247 6 0
Rye (James Benn) 9 9
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 13 8 10
Swanzey (William Gwinn) 0 2
Southampton (Francis Medcalf) 129 15 0
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 190 16
Shoreham (James Lamb) 16 7
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 48 11
Southwold (Edward Davis) 36 6 11
Truro (Richard Jennings) 39 3
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 9 8 11½
ditto (Philip Taylor) 20 16 8
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 0 15
ditto (Henry Blencow) 1 9 3
Wells (John Keene) 234 17
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 177 9
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 90 2
Wisbeech (Henry Hare) 42 17 11½
ditto (Joseph Ryland) 92 4
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 1,003 2
(total Outports 7,601l. 12s. 4d.)
North Britain:
Mongo Greeme, Receiver General in North Britain
18 15 0
26,270 14
out of the New Duty on Coals for [building New] Churches:
London:
James Deacon, Receiver
5,084 4 11½
(total for the Duties on Coals 71,424l. 18s. 10½d.)
for the Duty of 15l. per cent. on Muslins:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt
12,697 15 5
for the Coinage Duty:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt
182 12 3
ditto, on the Wine Receipt 4,934 0 0
(total London port 5,116l. 12s. 3d.)
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson)
292 0 0
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 6 10
Biddeford (Thomas Jans) 15 0 0
Beaumaris (Fetherstone Nicholson) 0 17
Berwick (George Moore) 0 8
Bridgwater (Nicholas Jeffries) 8 1
Blackney (Thomas Shorting) 0 0
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 48 10 6
Cowes (John Dale) 0 13
Chichester (Henry Baker) 0 1 11¾
Deal (Salathiel Rolfe) 1 3 10¼
Dover (John Ball) 57 10 11¾
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 14 8 1
ditto (Arthur Robinson) 0 0
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 11 13 1
ditto (William Sprye) 65 0 3
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 4 3 4
Falmouth (William Pye) 25 6
ditto (Ambrose Thompson and Richard Jennings) 0 0
Hull (Hugh Mason) 181 14
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 0 1 6
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 0 4
Ilfracomb (John Jenkins) 0 8
Ipswich (Samuel Kettleby) 0 16
Lime (Henry Badcock) 3 4
Lynn (Henry Hare) 120 0 0
Looe (John Dyer) 0 14 11¾
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 9 5
Penrynn (Ambrose Thompson) 17 5 8
Poole (Henry Baker) 3 10
Padstow (Richard Jennings) 0 15 8
Rochester (John Pope) 6 15 5
Rye (George Shuckburg, late Collector) 68 16
ditto (James Benn) 5 16
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 11 14 6
Southampton (Francis Medcalf) 184 14
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 0 7 8
Shoreham (James Lamb) 9 19
Truro (Richard Jennings) 0 2 0
Weymouth (Henry Baker) 2 5
ditto (Thomas Bower) 5 16
ditto (Philip Taylor) 13 10
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 4 12 4
ditto (Henry Blencow) 15 19
Wisbeech (Robert Twells) 0 5
ditto (Joseph Ryland) 33 10
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 56 8 5
6,426 16 9
(total Outports 1,310l. 4s. 6d.)
North Britain:
Mongo Greeme, Receiver General in North Britain
53 9 10
(total for the Coinage Duty 6,480l. 6s. 7d.)
for the Duty of 4½ per cent. in the Plantations:
Thomas Scot, Husband of this Duty in London
10,173 18
John Lascells, Collector at Barbadoes 1,376 1 8
11,550 0
for the New Duty on Grocery:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt
15,203 14 5
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson)
3,380 5 1
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 34 19 9
Beaumaris (Fetherstone Nicholson) 2 14 0
Dover (John Ball) 0 16
Dartmouth (Arthur Robinson) 25 9 11
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 82 17
ditto (William Sprye) 100 0 0
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 4 15 11½
Hull (Hugh Mason) 14 18
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 1 4
Ilfracomb (John Jennings) 0 9 0
Liverpool (Nathaniel Smith) 30 0 0
Lime (Henry Badcock) 90 8
Lynn (Henry Hare) 0 19 5
Penrynn (Ambrose Thompson) 30 18 9
Southampton (Francis Medcalf) 114 0
Weymouth (Philip Taylor) 78 12
Whitehaven (Henry Blencow) 2 8
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 51 19 11½
(total Outports 4,047l. 17s. 11¾d.)
North Britain:
Mongo Greeme, Receiver General in North Britain
0 3 7
19,251 15 11¾
for the New and New Additional Duty on Candles:
out of the New Duty on Candles to 1 May 1715:
Lanelthy (John Phillips)
0 9 4
out of ditto from 2 May 1715:
Beaumaris (Fetherstone Nicholson)
0 0 6
Milford (William Goodacre) 0 2 4
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 10 17 1
10 19 11
out of the New Additional Duty on Candles:
Beaumaris (Fetherstone Nicholson)
0 0 6
Lanelthy (John Phillips) 0 9 4
Milford (William Goodacre) 0 2 4
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 10 17 1
11 9 3
(total for the Duties on Candles 22l. 18s. 6d.)
for the Subsidy Outwards:
London port:
the Earl of Manchester, Receiver of the Subsidy on Goods exported
6,872 16
John Benson, Receiver of the Duty on Leather 335 1
Richard Miller, Receiver of the Duty on White Woollen Cloths 227 5 0
(total London port 7,435l. 2s. 5d.)
Outports:
Aldeburgh (James Syred)
1 14 6
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 1,474 13 10
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 14 7
Biddeford (Thomas Jans) 28 12 6
Beaumaris (Fetherstone Nicholson) 60 18 1
Berwick (George Moore) 6 14 6
Bridlington (John Bower) 41 10 0
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 882 7 0
Cowes (John Dale) 3 6 6
Colchester (James Bruce) 24 9 11¾
Dover (John Ball) 49 0 8
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 0 4 0
ditto (Arthur Robinson) 1 12 11
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 16 6 6
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 10 17
Faversham (John Smallman) 23 8 0
Falmouth (William Pye) 32 10
Gloucester (Richard Cosseley) 0 15 0
Hull (Hugh Mason) 2,045 5 6
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 14 9 2
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 0 3
Ipswich (Samuel Kettleby) 18 11
Liverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 800 0 0
Lime (Henry Badcock) 0 12 6
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 91 17 3
Looe (John Dyer) 5 2
Lanelthy (John Philips) 12 5 0
Milford (William Goodacre) 83 0 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 2,768 6
Newhaven (Alexander Shoebridge) 2 11
Penrynn (Ambrose Thomson) 17 0
Poole (Henry Baker) 3 10 3
Rochester (John Pope) 62 17 11½
Rye (George Shuckburgh) 15 19
ditto (James Benn) 14 4 5
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 470 13
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 130 6 0
Swanzey (William Gwinn) 302 10 7
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 53 11
Shoreham (James Lamb) 0 17
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 5 14 0
Southwold (Edward Davies) 2 4 11
Truro (Richard Jennings) 22 1 0
Weymouth (Henry Baker) 24 4 9
ditto (Thomas Bower) 13 8
ditto (Philip Taylor) 4 15 10¼
Wells (John Keene) 30 0 0
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 4 4 0
Wisbeech (Robert Twells) 13 19
ditto (Henry Hare) 2 15 9
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 344 12 8
(total Outports 10,055l. 5s.d.)
North Britain:
Mongo Greeme, Receiver General in North Britain
109 13 6
17,600 1
for the Enumerated Duties:
out of the Enumerated Duties to 29 Sept. 1715:
Thomas Brooks, Collector at Bermudos
172 19 11¼
Robert Quare, Surveyor General of North America 389 8
562 8
out of ditto from 30 Sept. 1715:
Peter Beckford, Collector at Jamaica
14 14 0
(total for the Enumerated Duties 577l. 2s.d.)
for the Prize Duties from the American Plantations:
Peter Beckford, Collector at Jamaica
1,110 2 0
for the New Duty on Hides:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt
1,645 7 3
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt 40 10 11½
(total London port 1,685l. 18s.d.)
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson)
70 0 0
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 0 16 0
Cowes (John Dale) 1 8 0
Dover (John Ball) 0 15 0
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 1 14 8
Whitby (Leonard Pinckney and Richard Braithwait) 0 4 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 2 10 10
(total Outports 77l. 8s. 6d.)
North Britain:
Mongo Greeme, Receiver General in North Britain
0 3
1,763 9 10¼
out of the New Additional Duty on Hides:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt
28,936 18 0
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt 33 7 4
(total London port 28,970l. 5s. 4d.)
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson)
489 5 10
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 0 8 0
Cowes (John Dale) 0 14 0
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 1 6 0
Hull (Hugh Mason) 1 18 0
Ipswich (Samuel Kettleby) 1 1 6
Liverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 63 8 0
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 3 7 2
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 0 11 5
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 48 11 8
Weymouth (Philip Taylor) 0 12 9
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 3 0 0
Whitby (Leonard Pinckney and Richard Braithwaite) 0 1 11¾
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 1 5 5
(total Outports 615l. 11s.d.)
North Britain:
Mongo Greeme, Receiver General in North Britain
0 4
29,586 1
out of the New Duty on Hops:
out of the New Duty on Hops to 31 July 1715:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt
13 12 5
Outports:
Hull (Hugh Mason)
8 6 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 15 10 3
37 8 8
out of ditto from 1 Aug. 1715:
Chester (Joseph Sewell)
1 2 0
North Britain:
Mongo Greeme, Receiver General in North Britain
2 13
(total for the New Duty on Hops 41l. 3s.d.)
for the New Duty on Rock Salt Exported:
Liverpoole (Nathaniel Smith)
350 0 0
for the New Duty on Soap:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt
5,400 0 0
Outports:
Beaumaris (Featherstone Nicholson)
0 5 3
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 11 4 1
Colchester (James Bruce) 8 2
Dover (John Ball) 7 6
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 88 7
Hull (Hugh Mason) 45 18
Ipswich (Samuel Kettleby) 8 9 6
Lynn (Henry Hare) 1 15 0
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 3 6 0
Looe (John Dyer) 0 3 0
Milford (William Goodacre) 4 7 10
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 31 6
Rye (James Benn) 0 12 0
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 2 11 6
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 3 14 8
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 49 11
(total Outports 267l. 1s.d.)
North Britain:
Mongo Greeme, Receiver General in North Britain
8 17 10½
5,675 19 0
for the New Additional Duty on Soap:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt
3,109 8
Outports:
Beaumaris (Fetherstone Nicholson)
1 3 6
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 6 18 11
Colchester (James Bruce) 4 1
Dover (John Ball) 3 13 5
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 66 0 10¾
Hull (Hugh Mason) 8 0 11½
Ipswich (Samuel Kettleby) 4 16 9
Lynn (Henry Hare) 0 17 6
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 1 13 0
Looe (John Dyer) 0 1 6
Milford (William Goodacre) 2 3 11
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 25 13 1
Rye (James Benn) 0 6 0
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 1 5 9
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 1 17 4
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 27 0
(total Outports 155l. 14s.d.)
North Britain:
Mongo Greme, Receiver General in North Britain
6 8
3,271 10 10
for the New Duty on Sail Cloth:
out of the New Duty on Sail Cloth to 29 Sept. 1715:
Biddeford (Thomas Jans)
1 15 0
Chichester (Henry Baker) 2 6 8
Dartmouth (Arthur Robinson) 6 15 4
Hull (Hugh Mason) 21 18 10
Liverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 20 6 8
Lynn (Henry Hare) 8 14 7
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 0 13 2
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 2 11
65 2
out of ditto from 30 Sept. 1715:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt
619 12 9
Outports:
Bridlington (John Bower)
2 11 4
Cowes (John Dale) 22 14 2
Colchester (James Bruce) 3 15 8
Dartmouth (Arthur Robinson) 5 5 0
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 32 18 3
Hull (Hugh Mason) 18 10 8
Ipswich (Samuel Kettleby) 5 2 8
Lynn (Henry Hare) 0 9 4
Milford (William Goodacre) 1 18 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 9 8 5
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 0 7 0
Southampton (Francis Medcalf) 0 2 6
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 1 3 4
Southwold (Edward Davies) 2 5 9
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 7 11 8
Wisbeech (Henry Hare) 7 12 2
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 46 1
787 10
(total Outports 167l. 17s.d.)
(total for the New Duty on Sail Cloth 852l. 12s.d.)
for the Duty on Coals exported:
London port:
the Earl of Manchester, Collector Outwards
28 16 9
Outports:
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe)
2 5 0
Berwick (George Moore) 0 16 6
Bridlington (John Bower) 41 8 0
Colchester (James Bruce) 0 9 0
Dover (John Ball) 8 15 0
Hull (Hugh Mason) 20 17 9
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 10 13 0
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 7 10 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 1 10 0
Looe (John Dyer) 1 6 10½
Milford (William Goodacre) 56 13 10½
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 1,250 16 6
Penrynn (Ambrose Thompson) 4 17 3
Poole (Henry Baker) 1 4 0
Rye (James Benn) 6 18 0
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 1,902 18 10
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 49 11 9
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 5 14 0
Southwold (Edward Davies) 1 4 0
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 4 4 0
Wisbeech (Robert Twells) 5 11 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 150 8 8
3,564 9 9
(total Outports 3,535l. 13s. 0d.)
for the Tonnage on English Ships:
Rye (George Shuckburgh)
62 2 2
(total receipts as above 744,288l. 1s.d.)
surcharges: money due upon bonds:
for the Customs on Wines
1,160 10 1
for the Impost on Wines 6,203 10 10
for the Additional ditto 58 1
(total on Wines 7,431l. 2s.d.) (fn. 2)
for Customs on Tobacco 1,182 17
for the New Subsidy ditto 1,493 16 5
for the One Third Subsidy ditto 297 3
for the New Impost ditto 2,713 9
(total on Tobacco 5,687l. 7s.d.)
13,118 9
part of the sum of 305l. 7s.d. directed to be paid over to Mrs. Elizabeth Ferne, the Accomptant's widow, for satisfying surplusages due on several of the New Duties (viz: on this Accompt 280l. 1s. 1d., on Wines and Vinegar 12l. 13s. 5d. and on Silks and Linens 12l. 12s.d.) 280 1 1
(total surcharges 13,398l. 10s.d.)
total Charge and Receipts £988,040 14
Discharge:
Salaries of the Commissioners and other Officers in London port according to two Quarterly books: half year to Ladyday 1716:
Sir Walter Young, Sir Matthew Dudley, Sir John Stanley, Sir Thomas Frankland, bts., Sir Charles Peers, John Poultney and Thomas Walker, Commissioners
3,500 0 0
Charles Carkess, Secretary to the Commissioners, for himself and clerks 345 0 0
John Manley, Plantation and Western Clerk 65 0 0
Robert Stephens, Solicitor for the Affairs of the Customs, and George Medcalf, his Assistant 200 0 0
the Assistant to the Receiver General, tellers etc. and William Leach, Paymaster of the Incidents 190 0 0
Robert Paul, Assistant to the Comptroller General 75 0 0
Arnold Sansom, Comptroller of the Issues etc., for himself and clerks 290 0 0
Charles Godolphin, Register General of Trading Ships, and for his clerks, named 345 0 0
Henry Martin, Inspector General of Exports and Imports, for himself and clerks 350 0 0
George Langton, Inspector of the Outport Collectors, ditto 300 0 0
the four Examiners of the Outport Quarter Books 100 0 0
Benjamin Coode, Examiner of the sufficiency of the Officers' Security etc. 50 0 0
Henry Baker, Surveyor General of the Riding Officers, to 16 Jan. 1715–16 and William Saxby succeeding him, from 18 Jan. 1715–16, for themselves and clerks 268 10 2
Charles Downing, Comptroller for approving merchants' securities etc. 100 0 0
Thomas Hudson, Viewer etc. of Tobacco 100 0 0
Officers of the Warehouse, named 192 2 5
ditto for prohibited East India Goods, (named) 150 0 0
Housekeeper etc; appraisers; the Surveyor of the Land Carriage men and the Land Carriage men; the Surveyor of the Coast waiters and the coastwaiters etc. 7,713 15 6
14,184 8 1
fees and allowances to the Patent Officers in the Port of London, detailed; half year to Ladyday 1716:
William Burnet, Controller General
500 0 0
Sir John Shaw, bt., Collector Inwards 233 6 8
the Earl of Manchester, Collector Outwards 138 6 8
the heirs of Andrew Newport and James Hallsal, Surveyors General of the Customs 250 0 0
Charles Downing, Comptroller of the Great and Petty Customs 127 10 0
Thomas Gibson, Surveyor of the Petty Customs 150 0 0
Henry Ferne, this Accomptant: Michaelmas 1715 to 18 June 1716 736 6 1
Sir William Fowlis, Head Searcher 60 0 0
John Benson, Customer of Wool 25 0 0
Joseph Sommers, Controller of the Great Customs 15 0 0
Thomas Woodford, Register of Seizures 50 0 0
Daniel Lawrence, Customer of the Petty Customs 31 3 4
Mark Frecker for making out an Accompt not only of the Receipts but of the particulars and distinct application of the Customs 130 0 0
under searchers, searcher at Gravesend, Kings waiters etc; Exchequer fees 2,390 11 0
Edward Harley for the Auditors' fee 205 0 0
5,042 3 9
fees and allowances of the Patent Officers in the Outports, detailed 1,135 18 6
salaries of the Customs Officers in the Foreign Plantations:
Robert Armstrong, Collector at Piscataway in New England; half year to Xmas 1715
50 0 0
William Alexander, Comptroller at Pensilvania; same time 40 0 0
Charles Blechyndine, Collector and Surveyor at Salem and Marblehead, New England; same time 50 0 0
Henry Brook, Collector at Lewis, Pensilvania; and for a boat etc; same time 65 0 0
James Bowles, Collector at North Potomach, Maryland; year to Midsummer 1715 60 0 0
Archibald Cummins, Preventive Officer, Newfoundland; half year to Xmas 1715 75 0 0
William Carter, Comptroller at New York; same time 27 10 0
Thomas Collier, surveyor at Williamstadt; year to Xmas 1715 35 0 0
John Dansey, Collector at Potuxin, half year to Xmas 1715 40 0 0
Thomas Farmer, Collector at Perth Amboy, East Jersey; same time 20 0 0
William Fasset, Surveyor at Wiccomoco and Muni, Maryland; same time 20 0 0
John Faulkner, Surveyor and Searcher of the sandbanks in Carolina; 1 Aug. 1708 to 29 Sept. 1709 46 9 3
John Graves, Collector at Bahama Island; half year to Xmas 1715 35 0 0
John Jekyll, Collector at Boston, New England; same time 50 0 0
Stephen Night, Riding Surveyor at Bahama and Sassafras; same time 25 0 0
Tobias Knight, Collector at Currituck, North Carolina; same time 20 0 0
Nathaniel Kay, Collector at Rhode Island; same time 50 0 0
Samuel Lowman, Collector at Newcastle, Pensilvania, and for a boat etc; same time 65 0 0
John Manley, Plantation Clerk; same time 50 0 0
Thomas Newton, Comptroller at Boston, New England; same time 35 0 0
the Executrix of Col. Robert Quary, late Surveyor General of the South part of the Continent of America; Midsummer 1712 to 29 Oct. 1712 172 4 7
William Rhet, Surveyor of South Carolina; two years to 10 Aug. 1713 240 0 0
Sampson Trevethan, Surveyor at Elizabeth River, Virginia; half year to Xmas 1715 22 10 0
1,293 13 10
incident charges and disbursements in London port, detailed, including 1,011l. 10s. 10½d. to Ann Milner, Thomas Colemore and others for the Custom of Goods lost by the fire in Thames Street 20,898 6 10¾
payments out of the several New Duties:
to the Examiners of the Outport books, to Edward Harley for his fees as Auditor, to Thomas Colemore and others for goods destroyed by fire in Thames Street and to others, detailed:
out of the New Additional Impositions:
the Examiners 5l.; extra clerks 25l.; Edward Harley 12l. 10s.; Christopher Towers 20l.; Thomas Colemore and others 152l. 9s.d.
214 19
out of the New Subsidy to 29 Sept. 1715:
Thomas Colemore and others
375 18
out of ditto from 30 Sept. 1715:
the Examiners 25l.; extra clerks 25l.; Edward Harley 12l. 10s.; the Prince of Wales, part of his statutory allowance, half year to Midsummer 1716, 20,000l.; Thomas Colemore and others 763l. 18s. 7d.
20,826 8 7
out of the One Third Subsidy:
the Examiners 10l.; Edward Harley 10l.; Thomas Colemore and others 379l. 18s. 10½d.
399 18 10½
out of the Two Third Subsidy:
the Examiners 15l.; Edward Harley 20l.; Thomas Colemore and others 195l. 15s. 1d.
230 15 1
out of the New Duty on Coffee, Tea, etc. extra clerks 5l.; Edward Harley 2l. 10s. 7 10 0
out of the Additional ditto and 15l. per cent. on Calicoes:
Nicholas Terrel, Deputy Comptroller 25l.; Christopher Towers, Deputy Receiver, 25l.; Charles Meine, Examiner 25l.; John Holland and Samuel Grice, successively Surveyors of the Warehouse, 14l. 11s. 2d.; Henry Waters, another, 10l.; Thomas Colemore and others 4l. 9s.d.
104 0 11½
out of the 25l. per cent. on French goods and 25l. per cent. on French Wine:
extra clerks 5l.; Edward Harley 5l.; Thomas Colemore and others 460l. 10s.d.
470 10
out of the New Duty on Whalefins:
this Accomptant for extra clerks 5l.; Edward Harley 2l. 10s. 0d.
7 10 0
out of the 15l. per cent. on Muslins:
John Holland and Samuel Grice 48l. 11s. 2d.; Christopher Towers, Nicholas Terrill, Charles Meine and Henry Walters, 100l.; extra clerks 25l.; Edward Harley 5l.
178 11 2
out of the 3s. per chaldron on coals:
Charles Carkesse and others 48l.; extra clerks 5l.; Edward Harley 9l.; Richard Pearce 76l. 9s. 8d.; Peter Holland 18l.; Stephen Wickins 255l. 2s. 10d.
411 12 6
out of the 2s. ditto:
Charles Carkesse and others 32l.; Edward Harley 6l.; Richard Pearce 50l. 19s. 9d.; Peter Holland 12l.; Stephen Wickens 170l. 1s. 10½d.
271 1
out of theper cent. [Duty]:
extra clerks 2l. 10s.; Edward Harley 10l.; Thomas Scott for disbursements on sale of sugars 4,214l. 12s.d.; Thomas Steward, for rent of the Barbadoes Customs house, 150l.
4,377 2
out of the Enumerated Duties:
Edward Harley
2 10 0
out of the Prize Duties from the American Plantations:
Edward Harley
1 0 0
out of the New Duty on Pepper:
John Stringer a Warehousekeeper, and Nicholas Bourne, Comptroller, 75l.; Edward Harley, 10l.
85 0 0
out of the Duty on Goods exported:
Edward Harley
10 0 0
out of the New Duty on Hides:
Edward Harley
5 0 0
out of the New Additional ditto:
John Booth, Comptroller of the Coffee Warehouse, 25l.; Thomas Colemore and others 26l. 18s. 8d.
51 18 8
out of the New Duty on Soap:
Edward Harley
1 0 0
out of the New Duty on Candles:
Edward Harley
1 0 0
out of the Duty on Rock Salt exported:
Edward Harley
1 0 0
out of the New Duty on Hops:
Edward Harley
1 0 0
out of the Coinage Duty:
William Burnet, Comptroller General, at 4d. in the 1l., 214l. 4s. 6d.; Edward Harley 5l.; Thomas Colemore and others 10l. 5s.d.
229 9 11½
28,264 17 6
(total of the above allowances out of the Customs etc. 70,819l. 8s.d.)
repayments on certificates of damages and overentries, etc.:
out of the Customs
4,148 19 3
out of the New Subsidy to 29 Sept. 1715 587 3
out of ditto from 30 Sept. 1715 1,877 12
out of the Subsidy from 8 March 1706–7 821 11 11
out of the Two Third Subsidy from 9 March 1711–12 1,442 8 11
out of the Additional Impositions to 21 (sic) July 1714 0 15 10
out of ditto from 1 Aug. 1714 126 1 6
out of the New Duty on Coffee, Tea etc. 582 14 5
out of the Additional ditto and 15l. per cent. on Calicoes 563 2
out of the New Duty on Grocery Wares 294 14 0
out of the Duty of 25l. per cent. on French Poundage goods and 25l. per ton on French Wines to 29 Sept. 1715 34 5 11¾
out of ditto from 29 Sept. 1715 80 11
out of the New Duty on Hides 24 8 11
out of the Additional Duty on Hides 65 13
out of the New Duty on Soap 28 7 3
out of the Additional ditto 14 3
out of the New Duty on Hops 2 4 3
out of the Coinage Duty 2 2 10
10,697 1
money paid on portage bills 325 2 7
money repaid upon debentures for goods exported:
out of the Customs
38,037 0 5
more for corn exported 15,756 4 11¼
out of the New Subsidy:
out of the New Subsidy to 8 March 1701–2
288 12
out of ditto to 31 July 1714 4,916 1 6
out of ditto to 29 Sept. 1715 19,090 6
out of ditto from 29 Sept. 1715 9,200 0 10
out of the One Third Subsidy:
out of the One Third Subsidy to 8 March 1706–7
2 7
out of ditto from 8 March 1706–7 11,163 16 11¼
out of the Two Third Subsidy:
out of the Two Third Subsidy to 8 March 1711–12
59 7 10½
out of ditto from 8 March 1711–12 4,799 9 11
out of the Additional Impositions:
out of the Additional Impositions to 31 July 1710
7 0 4
out of ditto to 31 July 1714 9 5 4
out of ditto from 1 Aug. 1714 1,785 1
out of the New Duty on Coffee, Tea, etc.:
out of the New Duty to 23 June 1714
7 17 6
out of ditto from 24 June 1714 288 14 8
out of the Additional Duty on Coffee, Tea etc. and 15l. per cent. on Calicoes:
out of the Additional Duty to 23 June 1714
1 0 2
out of ditto from 24 June 1714 4,600 4
out of the Duty of 15l. per cent. on Muslins 7,154 3
out of the New Duty on Grocery 2,369 9 1
out of the Duty of 3s. per chaldron on Coals to 29 Sept. 1710 20 1
out of the Duty of 3s. per chaldron on Coals 117 7 11
out of the 2s. ditto 78 5 4
out of the New Duty on Soap 1,044 18 8
out of the Additional Duty 596 9 1
out of the Additional Duty on Hides 1,491 6 8
out of the New Duty on Sail Cloth:
out of the New Duty on Sail Cloth to 29 Sept. 1715
7 8 6
out of ditto from 29 Sept. 1715 31 15 10
out of the New Duty on Whalefins 92 0
out of the Coinage Duty 45 3 10
123,061 1 11¼
(total for damaged and over entered goods, for portage and for goods exported 134,083l. 5s.d.)
money paid into the Exchequer, detailed by dates:
out of the Customs:
out of the Customs to 1 Aug. 1714
21 13 9
out of ditto from 31 July 1714 107,577 4 10
(total out of the Customs 107,598l. 18s. 7d.)
out of the Additional Impositions on Poundage Goods:
out of the Additional Impositions to 31 July 1714
130 12 9
out of ditto from 1 Aug. 1714 23,697 17
(total out of the Additional Impositions 23,828l. 10s.d.)
out of the 25l. per cent. on French goods and 25l. per ton on French Wine:
out of the 25l. per cent. etc., to 29 Sept. 1715
922 3
out of ditto from 30 Sept. 1715 33,493 17 10
(total out of the 25l. per cent. etc., 34,416l. 1s.d.)
out of the Tonnage Duty on English Ships 62 2 2
out of the New Duty on Coffee, Tea etc.:
out of the New Duty from 25 June 1714
15,116 8
out of the New Additional ditto from 24 June 1714 19,056 18 4
(total out of the Coffee etc. Duties 34,173l. 6s.d.)
out of the Duty on Whalefins:
out of the New Duty on Whalefins to 31 July 1710
0 9 0
out of ditto from 1 Aug. 1714 3,114 19 1
(total out of the New Duties on Whalefins 3,115l. 8s. 1d.)
out of the Duty of 25l. per ton on French Prize Wine 7 11 1
out of the 15l. per cent. [Duty] on Muslins, from 25 June 1714 5,178 1
out of the Duties on Coals:
out of the Duty of 5s. per chaldron on Coals
83 8
out of the Duty of 3s. ditto to 29 Sept. 1710 80 1 11
out of ditto from 30 Sept. 1710 39,338 12 10
(total for the Duty of 3s. per Chaldron 39,418l. 14s. 9d.)
out of the Duty of 2s. ditto from 9 March 1710–11 25,908 13 1
out of the Duty on Coals for building 50 New Churches 5,084 4 11½
out of the New Subsidy:
out of the New Subsidy to 31 July 1714
139 9 1
out of ditto to 29 Sept. 1715 3,371 14
out of ditto from 30 Sept. 1715 92,731 14 10½
(total out of the New Subsidy 96,242l. 18s. 3d.)
out of the Additional or One Third Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage 40,654 18
out of the Second Additional or Two Third ditto 55,836 11
out of the New Duty on Pepper 16,512 9
out of the Subsidy Outwards 17,490 8
out of the New Duty on Coals exported 3,564 9 9
out of the New Duties on Hides:
out of the New Duty on Hides
1,738 17
out of the New Additional ditto 27,976 18
(total out of the New and the New Additional Duties 29,715l. 15s. 11d.)
out of the New Duties on Soap:
out of the New Duty on Soap
4,593 15 4
out of the New Additional ditto 2,654 9 10½
(total out of the Soap Duties 7,248l. 5s.d.)
out of the New Duties on Candles:
out of the New Duty on Candles to 1 May 1715
0 9 4
out of ditto from 2 May 1715 10 19 11
out of the New Additional Duty on Candles 11 9 3
(total out of the Candles Duty 22l. 18s. 66d.)
out of the Duty on Rock Salt exported 350 0 0
out of the New Duty on Sail Cloth:
out of the New Duty on Sail Cloth to 29 Sept. 1715
57 13
out of ditto from 30 Sept. 1715 755 14
(total for the New Duty on Sail Cloth 813l. 8s. 0d.)
out of the New Duty on Hops:
out of the New Duty on Hops to 31 July 1715
35 4 5
out of ditto from 1 Aug. 1715 1 2 0
(total out of the Hop Duties 36l. 6s. 5d.)
out of the Enumerated Duties:
out of the Enumerated Duties to 29 Sept. 1715
562 8 3
out of ditto from 30 Sept. 1715 14 14 0
(total out of the Enumerated Duties 577l. 2s. 3d.)
out of the Prize Duties from the American Plantations 1,110 2 0
out of the Duty of 4½ per cent. 8,768 7 4
out of the Coinage Duty 6,155 0 2
563,974 1
money paid into the Exchequer, 18 Jan. 2 George 1, out of monies remitted by the Receiver General of the Customs in North Britain:
out of the Customs:
out of the Customs to 31 July 1714
85 17
out of ditto from 1 Aug. 1714 299 4 3
(total out of the Customs 385l. 1s.d.)
out of the Additional Impositions:
out of the Additional Impositions to 31 July 1714
1 14 8
out of ditto from 1 Aug. 1714 88 19
(total out of the Additional Impositions 90l. 14s.d.)
out of the 25l. per ton on French Wine; from 29 Sept. 1715 93 16
out of the 3s. per chaldron on coals 27 14 11½
out of the 2s. ditto 18 15 0
out of the New Subsidy:
out of the New Subsidy to 31 July 1714
127 12 0
out of ditto from 1 Aug. 1714 365 1 2
(total out of the New Subsidy 492l. 13s. 2d.)
out of the One Third Subsidy 113 12
out of the Two Third ditto 159 14
out of the New Duty on Pepper 0 3 7
out of the Subsidy Outwards 109 13 6
out of the New Duty on Hides 0 3 2
out of the Additional ditto 0 4 3
out of the New Duty on Soap 8 17 10½
out of the Additional ditto 6 8 4
out of the New Duty on Hops; to 31 July 1715 2 13 1
out of the Coinage Duty 53 9 10
1,563 15 11½
total payments and allowances £770,440 11
and so remains £217,600 2 11¾
the Accomptant is further allowed for bonds delivered over to the succeeding Receivers General or to the King's Remembrancer's Office:
to Horatio Walpole and Francis Hawes, the suceeding Receivers General:
for bonds for the Customs to 31 July 1710 6,374l. 9s. 4d.; for ditto to 31 July 1712 7,445 18s.d.; for ditto to 31 July 1714 8,242l. 15s. 8d.; for ditto from 1 Aug. 1715 (sic pro 1714) 27,097l. 12s. 9d.; for the Additional Impositions to 31 July 1710 122l. 16s.d.; for ditto to 31 July 1714 19l. 10s.d.; for the New Subsidy to 8 March 1701–2 7l. 0s. 11d.; for ditto to 31 July 1714 20,710l. 4s.d.; for ditto to Michaelmas 1715 16,825l. 10s. 11½d.; for ditto from Michaelmas 1715 9,831l. 15s. 11½d; for the One Third Subsidy from 8 March 1706–7 16,901l. 14s.d.
113,579 10 0
for bonds deemed insolvent, delivered into the King's Remembrancers Office:
for the Customs to 31 July 1710 26,225l. 1s.d.; for ditto to 31 July 1712 9,209l. 3s.d.; for ditto to 31 July 1714 5,266l. 5s. 10½d.; for ditto from 1 Aug. 1714 21l. 14s.d.; for the Additional Impositions to 31 July 1710 87l. 18s.d.; for the New Subsidy to 1 Feb. 1699–1700 1,809l. 18s.d.; for ditto to 8 March 1701–2 2,816l. 3s.d.; for ditto to 31 July 1714 29,737l. 1s. 4d.; for ditto to 31 July 1715 21l. 14s.d.; for the One Third Subsidy to 8 March 1706–7 16l. 18s.d.; for ditto from 8 March 1706–7 10,780l. 19s.d.
85,992 19
for money due from several merchants in London port upon 398 bonds standing out at interest for payment of the Duties on Wines and Tobacco, resting in the hands of Mrs. Elizabeth Ferne, widow and Administratrix of this Accomptant and delivered over to John Selwyn, Receiver General and Augustus Shutz, Comptroller General:
on Wine bonds for Customs 681l. 0s.d.; ditto for the New Impost 3,528l. 7s. 7d.; (total on Wine bonds 4,209l. 7s.d.); and for money payable on Tobacco bonds for Customs 287l. 9s.d.; ditto for the New Subsidy 428l. 5s. 11¾d.; ditto for the Additional Subsidy 82l. 10s.d.; and for the New Impost on Tobacco 898l. 19s. 1d. (total on Tobacco bonds 1,697l. 5s.d.)
5,906 13 1
ditto ditto on 524 bonds for Duties on Wines and Tobacco deemed insolvent and delivered into the King's Remembrancer's Office:
on Wine bonds for Customs 488l. 9s. 10½d.; ditto for the New Impost 2,675 3s. 3d.; ditto for the Additional Impost 58l. 1s.d.; (total on Wine bonds 3,221l. 14s. 3d.); on Tobacco bonds for Customs 895l. 7s.d.; ditto for the New Subsidy 1,065l. 10s.d.; ditto for the Additional Subsidy 214l. 13s. 1d.; and for the New Impost on Tobacco 1,814l. 10s.d.; (total on Tobacco bonds 3,990l. 1s. 8d.)
7,211 15 11¾
(total for bonds standing out at interest as above 13,118l. 9s.d.)
and depending on John Selwyn, the present Receiver General, for money paid over to him by Mrs. Elizabeth Ferne 2,424 10
215,115 8
Assignment of a debt from the Board of Green Cloth (applicable to Customs 17l. 16s. 6d.; to Additional Impositions 340l. 10s. 10d.) 358 7 4
and depending on sundry persons for money imprested to them, detailed:
in the Accompt of John Knight, late Receiver General, to 23 Oct. 1697
475 0 0
in ditto of Richard Hutchinson, late ditto 50 0 0
and imprested by this Accomptant 1,601 7 0
2,126 7 0
total of the bonds and supers 217,600 2 11¾
and so the Accomptant is even and Quit.
Declared 26 February 1725–26
Auditors' Memorandum.—There was computed to be due upon bonds in Mrs. Ferne's hands and so delivered over by her for principal and interest at Ladyday 1725 24,773l. 16s.d.
Audit Office
: Declared Accounts: Bundle 786. Roll 989 appears to be an incomplete draft of the above.

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CUSTOMS: CASH ACCOUNT.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 787: ROLL 990 [A.O.1/787/990].

Horatio Walpole and Francis Hawes, Receivers General and Cashiers of Customs.

24 June to 25 December 1716.

Charge £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: none, this being these Accomptants' first Accompt nil
Receipts: money received of the several Receivers and Collectors within the time of this Accompt:
out of the Customs to 1 Aug. 1714:
Southampton (Francis Medcalf)
22 17
out of ditto from 1 Aug. 1714:
London port:
Sir John Shaw bt., Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt, in money
113,661 14 9
ditto, on Plantation Goods, ditto 104,373 2
ditto, ditto, in bonds 37,334 10 8
ditto, of Henry Ferne, late Receiver General, in bonds 42,300 5 0
ditto, on the Wine Receipt in money, 26,693 7
ditto, for interest on bonds 58 0 10¾
(total London port 324,421l. 1s.d.)
Outports:
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe)
197 10 8
Berwick (George Moor) 16 5
Bridgwater (Nicholas Jeffreys) 2 6 8
Bridlington (John Bower) 20 11
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 19,055 2 2
Bideford (James Jans) 1,905 7
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 500 0 0
Dartmouth (Arthur Robinson) 273 10 0
Deal (Salathiel Rolfe) 240 0 0
ditto (Edward Peters) 0 5
Exeter (William Spry) 1,770 0 0
Falmouth (William Pye) 198 0
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 56 7
Gloucester (Richard Cosseley) 1 3
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 53 14
Hull (Hugh Mason) 610 0 0
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 13 12 11¾
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 425 0 0
Lanelthy (John Philips) 0 3
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 10,329 19 6
Looe (John Dyer) 23 9 7
Lyme (George Lisle) 1,090 6 9
Maldon (Walter Walker) 6 0 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 440 0 0
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 27 2 6
Rochester (John Pope) 620 0 0
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 23 8
Southampton (Francis Medcalf) 134 5 9
Stockton (Peter Conset) 199 18
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 11 1
Weymouth (Philip Taylor) 1,256 16
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 2 11
Whitehaven (Henry Blencow) 2,393 16
Wisbech (Joseph Ryley) 200 2
366,519 1
(total Outports 42,097l. 19s.d.)
(total for the Customs 366,541l. 18s. 7d.)
out of the Additional Impositions: from 1 Aug. 1714:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt, in money
24,554 3 1
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt, ditto 4,414 0
ditto on the Wine Receipt, ditto 2,439 13
(total London port 31,407l. 16s. 5d.)
Outports:
Berwick (George Moor)
0 2
Bridlington (John Bower) 3 15 0
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 540 9 0
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 322 8
Cowes (John Deal) 0 11
Deal (Edward Peters) 0 7 9
Dover (John Ball) 34 19
Exeter (William Sprye) 141 12 0
Falmouth (William Pye) 43 6 3
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 35 0 7
Hull (Hugh Mason) 103 12
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 6 10 10¾
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 7 2 7
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 495 0 0
Looe (John Dyer) 3 14
Lyme (George Lisle) 0 4
Lynn (Henry Hare) 17 17 10½
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 140 0 0
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 25 7 5
Portsmouth (John Arnold) 238 7 1
Rochester (John Pope) 440 10 0
Rye (James Benn) 100 18 10¾
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 0 1 2
Southampton (Francis Medcalf) 158 0 1
Stockton (Peter Conset) 84 0
Weymouth (Philip Taylor) 0 5 10¾
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 5 16
Wisbich (Joseph Ryland) 7 9
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 139 8 5
34,504 15
(total Outports 3,096l. 19s.d.)
out of the New Subsidy: to 8 March 1701–2:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver Inwards, on the Wine Receipt, in money
3,138 18 6
ditto: to 1 Aug. 1714:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt, in money
1,249 2 7
ditto, on the Wine Receipt, ditto 18 2
of Henry Ferne, late Receiver General, in bonds 13,500 12
and for interest on bonds 47 16 10¼
(total London port 14,815l. 14s. 4d.)
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson)
40 0 0
14,855 14 4
ditto: to 29 Sept. 1715:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt
1,625 15 8
of Henry Ferne, late Receiver General, in bonds 16,825 10 11½
and for interest on bonds 1 3 8
(total London port 18,452l. 10s.d.)
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson)
331 0 0
Cardigan (Thomas Howell) 6 2
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 2 12 9
Southampton (Francis Medcalf) 1 7
18,793 13 5
(total Outports 341l. 3s.d.)
ditto: from 29 Sept. 1715:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt, in money
82,444 3 9
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt, in money 48,674 15
ditto, ditto, in bonds 37,334 10 8
ditto, on the Wine Receipt, in money 16,141 2
and of Henry Ferne, late Receiver General, in bonds 9,831 15 11½
(total London port 194,426l. 8s.d.)
Outports:
Aldebury (James Syred)
9 2 7
Beamaris (Fetherstone Nicholson) 28 0
Berwick (George Moor) 36 1
Blackney and Cley (Thomas Shorting) 35 15 11¾
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 190 0 0
Bridgwater (Richard Jeffreyes) 62 18
Bridlington (John Bower) 49 15
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 13,958 0 7
Bideford (Thomas Jans) 340 3 6
Cardigan (Thomas Howell) 0 0 8
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 504 15 0
Chichester (Henry Baker) 4 17
Colchester (James Bruce) 65 12
Cowes (John Dale) 60 11
Dartmouth (Arthur Robinson) 65 0 0
Deal (Edward Peters) 7 19
Dover (John Ball) 62 9 3
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 193 6 0
ditto (William Spry) 1,330 0 0
Falmouth (William Pye) 113 3
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 56 9
Gloucester (Richard Cosseley) 0 7 10
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 52 2
Hull (Hugh Mason) 1,250 0 0
Ilfracomb (John Jenkins) 0 9 10¼
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 78 0 5
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 238 0
Lanelthy (John Philips) 0 8
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 4,196 17 8
Looe (John Dyer) 25 9 11¼
Lyme (George Lyle) 165 9
Lynn (Henry Hare) 809 16
Maldon (Walter Walker) 10 4 3
Milford (William Goodacre) 10 0 0
Minehead (Thomas Blake) 55 2
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 505 0 0
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 85 17
Plymouth (David Morris) 200 0 0
Poole (Henry Baker) 0 8
Portsmouth (John Arnold) 230 11 2
Rochester (John Pope) 467 8
Rye (James Benn) 0 6 11¼
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 18 3
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 24 12
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 24 17
Shoreham (James Lamb) 19 1
Southampton (Francis Medcalf) 241 18 0
Southwold (Edward Davies) 0 2 10¼
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 4 5
ditto (Peter Consett) 305 8
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 32 16
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 48 14
Wells (John Keene) 88 15
Weymouth (Henry Baker) 0 0 7
ditto (Philip Taylor) 574 11 7
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 16 2
Whithaven (Henry Blencow) 570 0 0
Wisbich (Joseph Ryland) 187 19
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 28 3
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 1,014 16 7
223,182 19 11
(total Outports 28,756l. 11s.d.)
(total for the New Subsidy 259,971l. 6s. 2d.)
for the First Additional or One Third Subsidy: from 8 March 1706–7:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt, in money
28,255 2 11
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt, in money 16,224 8
ditto, ditto, in bonds 12,444 16
of Henry Ferne, late Receiver General, in bonds 14,376 1 10
on the Wine Receipt, in money 5,384 0 0
interest on bonds 20 9
(total London port 76,704l. 18s.d.)
Outports:
Aldeburgh (James Syred)
3 0 10¼
Beaumaris (Fetherstone Nicholson) 10 6
Berwick (George Moor) 9 7 2
Blackney and Cley (Thomas Shorting) 11 18
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 32 0 0
Bridgwater (Nicholas Jeffreys) 20 19
Bridlington (John Bower) 16 11
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 4,416 15
Bideford (Thomas Jans) 50 0 0
Cardigan (Francis Howell) 2 1
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 270 0 0
Chichester (Henry Baker) 1 12 4
Colchester (James Bruce) 22 2
Cowes (John Dale) 20 8
Dartmouth (Arthur Robinson) 40 0 0
Deale (Edward Peters) 2 13
Dover (John Ball) 19 2 11¼
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 51 8
ditto (William Spry) 300 0 0
Falmouth (William Pye) 37 14
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 18 16
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 17 7
Hull (Hugh Mason) 466 16 2
Ilfracomb (John Jenkins) 0 3
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 26 0
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 54 5 5
Lanelthy (John Philips) 0 1
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 1,142 19 8
Looe (John Dyer) 8 9 11
Lyme (George Lisle) 55 0 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 253 19
Maldon (Walter Walker) 3 8 1
Milford (William Goodacre) 5 0 0
Minehead (Thomas Blake) 39 10
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 190 0 0
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 28 11 6
Plymouth (David Morris) 400 0 0
Poole (Henry Baker) 0 10
Portsmouth (John Arnold) 80 3
Rochester (John Pope) 125 0 0
Rye (James Benn) 0 2
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 6 1
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 8 4
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 8 5
Shoreham (James Lamb) 6 7 1
Southampton (Francis Medcalf) 77 8
Southwold (Edward Davies) 0 0 11¼
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 1 14 11
ditto (Peter Consett) 101 15
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 14 16
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 16 4 6
Truro (Richard Jennings) 2 3 0
Wells (John Keene) 25 0 0
Weymouth (Henry Baker) 0 0
ditto (Philip Taylor) 191 10
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 5 7
Whithaven (Henry Blencow) 253 0 0
Wisbech (Joseph Ryland) 62 6 6
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 9 7
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 404 5
86,153 7 4
(total Outports 9,448l. 8s.d.)
out of the Second or Two Third Subsidy; to 8 March 1711–12:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt, in money
178 17
out of ditto; from 9 March 1711–12:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt, in money
33,057 4 6
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt, ditto 2,357 18
ditto, on the Wine Receipt, ditto 10,692 0 0
(total London port 46,107l. 2s.d.)
Outports:
Aldebury (James Syred)
6 1
Beamaris (Featherstone Nicholson) 20 13
Berwick (George Moor) 18 14 4
Blackney and Cley (Thomas Shorting) 23 4
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 110 5 5
Bridgwater (Nicholas Jeffreyes) 31 18
Bridlington (John Bower) 32 14
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 1,383 18 8
Cardigan (Francis Howell) 4 2
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 220 0 0
Chichester (Henry Baker) 3 4
Colchester (James Bruce) 6 12
Cowes (John Dale) 31 3 6
Dartmouth (Arthur Robinson) 14 0 0
Deale (Edward Peters) 5 6
Dover (John Ball) 41 13
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 113 9 9
ditto (William Spry) 300 0 0
Falmouth (William Pye) 61 9
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 35 4 6
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 32 19
Hull (Hugh Mason) 770 0 0
Ilfracomb (John Jenkins) 0 6 7
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 24 18
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 15 14
Lanelthy (John Philips) 0 3 7
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 305 0 0
Looe (John Dyer) 16 18 9
Lyme (George Lisle) 73 0 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 480 0 0
Maldon (Walter Walker) 6 16 2
Milford (William Goodacre) 7 0 0
Minehead (Thomas Bleake) 75 14
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 265 0 0
Penrynn (Ambrose Thompson) 41 4
Plymouth (David Morris) 300 0 0
Poole (Henry Baker) 1 1 6
Portsmouth (John Arnold) 120 7
Rochester (John Pope) 414 0 0
Rye (James Benn) 0 4
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 12 2 3
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 8 9
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 16 11
Shoreham (James Lamb) 12 14
Southampton (Francis Medcalf) 103 1
Southwold (Edward Davies) 0 1 11
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 1 2
ditto (Peter Conset) 155 14 11¼
Sunderland (William Ettericke) 22 1
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 21 15
Wells (John Keene) 57 8
Weymouth (Henry Baker) 0 0
ditto (Philip Taylor) 11 14
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 9 0
Whithaven (Henry Blencow) 41 18 6
Wisbech (Joseph Ryland) 124 10 10¾
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 12 14 8
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 298 1 8
52,430 12 10¾
(total Outports 6,323l. 10s.d.)
(total for the Two Third Subsidy 52,609l. 10s.d.)
for the New Duties on Coffee, Tea etc.; from 24 June 1714:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt, in money
23,957 7
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt, ditto 1,445 7 6
(total London port 25,402l. 14s.d.)
Outports:
Boston (Samuel Oldfield)
4 13 3
Cowes (John Deale) 4 6
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 0 2
ditto (William Spry) 55 15 0
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 0 0
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 60 0 0
Southampton (Francis Medcalf) 0 12 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 10 6
25,538 10 9
(total Outports 135l. 15s. 11½d.)
for the Additional ditto; from 24 June 1714:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt, in money
68,631 16
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt, ditto 1,477 14 5
(total London port 70,109l. 10s. 10½d.)
Outports:
Boston (Samuel Oldfield)
4 13 3
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 160 0 0
Cowes (John Deale) 4 6
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 2 5
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 63 0 0
Southampton (Francis Medcalf) 0 12 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 10 8
70,354 16
(total Outports 245l. 5s. 3d.)
for the Second 25l. per cent. and per ton on French Goods imported:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt, in money
5,066 9
ditto, on the Wine Receipt, in money 6,061 0 0
(total London port 11,127l. 9s.d.)
Outports:
Beaumaris (Featherstone Nicholson)
8 16
Berwick (George Moor) 4 5 7
Bridlington (John Bower) 12 10 0
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 332 0 0
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 870 0 0
Chichester (Henry Baker) 0 3
Dartmouth (Arthur Robinson) 61 0 0
Dover (John Ball) 49 1
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 3 15 0
Falmouth (William Pye) 37 0 9
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 131 14
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 22 13
Lanelthy (John Philips) 1 9 10
Looe (John Dyer) 35 0 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 60 0 0
Poole (Henry Baker) 6 10 0
ditto (Alfrid Lawson) 45 9
Portsmouth (John Arnold) 411 8
Rochester (John Pope) 60 10 0
Rye (James Benn) 2 7 7
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 41 5 11½
Shoreham (James Lamb) 46 10
Southampton (Francis Medcalf) 530 18 9
Sunderland (William Ettricke) 2 13
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 26 15 3
Weymouth (Philip Taylor) 4 15 3
Wisbech (Joseph Ryland) 0 11 10¾
13,936 16
(total Outports 2,809l. 6s. 8d.)
for the Duty on Pepper and other Grocery London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt, in money
9,766 5
Outports:
Boston (Samuel Oldfield)
18 6
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 100 0 0
Bideford (Thomas Jans) 20 0 0
Cardigan (Francis Howell) 0 2 3
Chichester (Henry Baker) 0 0 9
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 150 0 0
ditto (William Sprye) 124 3 0
Lyme (George Lisle) 25 17 8
Plymouth (David Morris) 181 0
Portsmouth (John Arnold) 0 5 11
Shoreham (James Lamb) 1 11 6
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 50 0 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 75 2
10,512 15 11
(total Outports 746l. 10s.d.)
for the Duties on Coals:
out of the expired Duty on Coals to Michaelmas 1710:
Padstow (John Bligh, late Collector)
140 0 0
out of the Duty of 3s. per chaldron from 30 Sept. 1710:
London port:
James Deacon, Collector of the Duty, in money
32,464 13 11
Outports:
Aldebury (James Syred)
124 0 10¾
Barnstable (Robert Rowe) 168 3
Beaumaris (Featherstone Nicholson) 71 4 10¼
Blackney and Cley (Thomas Shorting) 210 1
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 1,638 13
Bridgwater (Nicholas Jeffreyes) 96 3
ditto (John Oldmixon) 40 0 0
Bridlington (John Bower) 287 13 10¼
Bideford (Thomas Jans) 114 0 0
Cardigan (Francis Howell) 20 3 11¾
Chichester (Henry Baker) 93 1 1
Colchester (James Bruce) 596 15 8
Cowes (John Dale) 83 0
Dartmouth (Arthur Robinson) 115 0 0
Deale (Edward Peters) 79 0 5
Dover (John Ball) 248 13 10
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 38 1
ditto (William Spry) 230 0 0
Falmouth (William Pye) 111 15 10¾
Faversham (John Smallman) 395 17 7
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 44 16
Gloucester (Richard Cosseley) 70 19
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 425 7
Hull (Hugh Mason) 725 10 0
Ilfracomb (John Jenkins) 42 7
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 803 18
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 11 2 10
Looe (John Dyer) 18 17 5
Lyme (George Lisle) 52 10 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 3,231 12 6
Maldon (Walter Walker) 450 14
Milford (William Goodacre) 40 0 0
Minehead (Thomas Blake) 213 1 5
Newhaven (Edward Pollington) 77 15
Padstow (William Taylor) 83 15 10¾
Penrynn (Ambrose Thompson) 39 18
Plymouth (David Morris) 292 15 0
Poole (Henry Baker) 11 9
ditto (Alfrid Lawson) 97 8
Portsmouth (John Arnold) 317 16
Rochester (John Pope) 522 3 9
Rye (James Benn) 34 13 11½
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 171 4
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 401 7 11¼
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 392 13
Shoreham (James Lamb) 99 12 5
Southampton (Francis Medcalf) 675 16 4
Southwold (Edward Davies) 141 8 10¼
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 0 15
ditto (Peter Consett) 4 16
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 1 7
Truro (Richard Jennings) 55 0 0
Wells (John Keene) 531 12 0
Weymouth (Henry Baker) 9 0
ditto (Philip Taylor) 169 17
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 629 11 2
Wisbech (Joseph Ryland) 299 2 8
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 202 3 1
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 3,648 3 11¼
52,268 13
(total Outports 19,803l. 19s.d.)
out of the Duty of 2s. per chaldron on coals from 9 March 1710–11
London port:
James Deacon, Collector of the Duty, in money
21,643 3
Outports:
Aldeburgh (James Syred)
82 13 11¼
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 120 13
Beaumaris (Featherstone Nicholson) 49 9 5
Blackney and Cley (Thomas Shorting) 140 0 10½
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 1,255 10 0
Bridgwater (John Oldmixon) 28 0 0
Bridlington (John Bower) 191 16 2
Bideford (Thomas Jans) 81 10 6
Cardigan (Francis Howell) 13 9
Chichester (Henry Baker) 62 0 8
Colchester (James Bruce) 376 2
Cowes (John Dale) 56 0
Dartmouth (Arthur Robinson) 75 0 0
Deale (Edward Peters) 52 13
Dover (John Ball) 165 13
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 25 7
ditto (William Spry) 312 18 7
Falmouth (William Pye) 80 1
Feversham (Jonathan Smalman) 224 2 5
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 28 17
Gloucester (Richard Cosseley) 47 2 10
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 283 11 7
Hull (Hugh Mason) 540 0 0
Ilfracomb (John Jenkins) 28 11 3
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 535 18 11¼
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 7 8
Looe (John Dyer) 12 11 8
Lyme (George Lisle) 30 14 7
Lynn (Henry Hare) 2,270 0 0
Maldon (Walter Walker) 300 9 2
Milford (William Goodacre) 27 0 0
Minehead (Thomas Blake) 143 12 7
Newhaven (Edward Pollington) 51 16 10½
Padstow (William Taylor) 50 12 3
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 26 12 2
Plymouth (David Morris) 402 6 8
Poole (Henry Baker) 7 12 11¼
ditto (Alfrid Lawson) 64 19
Portsmouth (John Arnold) 215 17
Rochester (John Pope) 376 7 6
Rye (James Benn) 23 0
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 112 7
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 326 1
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 261 15 8
Shoreham (James Lamb) 66 12
Southampton (Francis Medcalf) 404 18
Southwold (Edward Davies) 51 3
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 1 3
ditto (Peter Conset) 3 4
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 0 18
Truro (Richard Jennings) 10 0 0
Wells (John Keene) 349 2 4
Weymouth (Henry Baker) 6 0
ditto (Philip Taylor) 112 11
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 419 14
Wisbech (Joseph Ryland) 225 7 10
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 159 15
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 2,429 4
35,451 15
(total Outports 13,808l. 11s. 11¼d.)
out of the Coal Duties granted for building New Churches; from 14 May 1716:
London port:
James Deacon, Collector of the Duty, in money
23,027 10
(total for the Coal Duties 110,887l. 18s.d.)
for the Duty of 15l. per cent. on East India Goods; from 24 June 1714:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver Inwards
58,002 4 2
for the Coinage Duty:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt, in money
367 7
ditto, on the Wine Receipt, in money 1,882 0 0
(total London port 2,249l. 7s.d.)
Outports:
Boston (Samuel Oldfield)
25 12 0
Bridgwater (Nicholas Jeffreyes) 0 15 0
Bridlington (John Bower) 0 5 0
Bydeford (Thomas Jans) 12 0 0
Cardigan (Francis Howell) 0 11
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 79 10 4
Chichester (Henry Baker) 0 0
Cowes (John Dale) 0 1 8
Deale (Edward Peters) 1 4
Dover (John Ball) 0 10
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 31 12 11
ditto (William Spry) 21 16 3
Falmouth (William Pye) 1 10 2
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 2 6
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 0 0
Hull (Hugh Mason) 100 0 0
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 0 0
Lanelthy (John Philips) 0 0 7
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 39 4 0
Looe (John Dyer) 0 1 2
Lyme (George Lisle) 10 0 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 170 0 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 60 0 0
Plymouth (David Morris) 54 15
Poole (Alfrid Lawson) 2 19
Portsmouth (John Arnold) 4 15
Rochester (John Pope) 16 0 0
Rye (James Benn) 0 0 10
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 0 1 11
Shoreham (James Lamb) 1 18 11
Southampton (Francis Medcalf) 16 17
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 0 0
Sunderland (William Ettricke) 1 5
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 3 18
Weymouth (Philip Taylor) 0 3 8
Wisbech (Joseph Ryland) 29 18
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 0 1 8
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 3 16 11¼
2,943 3 10½
(total Outports 693l. 16s. 5d.)
for the New and Additional Duty on Candles:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt, in money; for the New Duty
22 14
ditto, on the Additional Duty 22 14
45 8 11
for the Duty on Goods Exported:
London port:
the Earl of Manchester, Receiver Outwards
10,123 19 11½
John Benson, Receiver of the Leather Duty 498 8 5
Richard Miller, Receiver of the Duty on White Woollen Cloth 123 10 0
(total London port 10,745l. 18s.d.)
Outports:
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe)
6 3
Beaumaris (Featherstone Nicholson) 61 0
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 6 18
Bridlington (John Bower) 39 12 7
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 451 3 0
Bydeford (Thomas Jans) 25 0 0
Cardigan (Francis Howell) 11 18 10¼
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 1,378 10 0
Colchester (James Bruce) 17 19 9
Cowes (John Dale) 9 12
Dover (John Ball) 45 17 3
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 3 10
Falmouth (William Pye) 11 10 11
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 3 7 2
Gloucester (Richard Cosseley) 4 1 8
Hull (Hugh Mason) 986 0
Ilfracomb (John Jenkins) 2 6 6
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 9 0
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 68 15
Lanelthy (John Philips) 46 13 0
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 504 14 0
Looe (John Dyer) 7 13
Lynn (Henry Hare) 4 6
Milford (William Goodacre) 82 0 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 2,383 17 6
Newhaven (Edward Pollington) 3 11
Penrynn (Ambrose Thompson) 3 19 1
Plymouth (David Morris) 200 0 0
Poole (Henry Baker) 0 17
ditto (Alfrid Lawson 26 19
Portsmouth (John Arnold) 17 12
Rochester (John Pope) 27 0 0
Rye (James Benn) 22 2
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 0 12 6
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 45 15 0
Southampton (Francis Medcalf) 23 13 8
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 0 6 0
ditto (Peter Conset) 67 19 0
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 282 2 11
Wells (John Keene) 10 0
Weymouth (Philip Taylor) 2 0 9
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 130 5 10¼
Whithaven (Henry Blencow) 642 9 0
Wisbech (Joseph Ryland) 3 16 0
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 2 8 8
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 72 0
18,503 4 10¾
(total Outports 7,757l. 6s.d.)
for the Duty on Whalefins; from 1 Aug. 1714:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver, on the Grand Receipt, in money
4,015 18
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt, ditto 200 2
(total London port 4,216l. 0s. 11d.)
Outports:
Exeter (William Spry)
0 2
Hull (Hugh Mason) 53 2 6
Weymouth (Philip Taylor) 2 12
4,271 18
(total Outports 55l. 17s.d.)
for the New Duty on Hides, Skins etc.:
out of the New Duties from 24 June 1711:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver, on the Grand Receipt, in money
2,503 11 7
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt, ditto 8 8 8
(total London port 2,512l. 0s. 3d.)
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson)
77 18 0
out of the Additional ditto from 1 Aug. 1712:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver, on the Grand Receipt, in money
32,578 16
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt, ditto 262 7
(total London port 32,841l. 4s. 3d.)
Outports:
Exeter (William Chamberlaine)
1 18 5
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 0 12 6
32,843 15 2
(total Outports 2l. 10s. 11d.)
(total for the New and Additional Duties on Hides, Skins etc. 35,433l. 13s. 5d.)
for the Soap Duties:
out of the New Duty on Soap:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver, on the Grand Receipt, in money
7,583 17 10½
Outports:
Berwick (George Moor)
3 8 6
Bridlington (John Bower) 0 10 0
Cardigan (Francis Howell) 0 14 8
Colchester (James Bruce) 10 8 6
Dover (John Ball) 6 4
Falmouth (William Pye) 0 6
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 15 11
Lyme (George Lisle) 0 5
Lynn (Henry Hare) 0 8 6
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 60 0 0
Poole (Alfrid Lawson) 0 8
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 0 15 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 18 7 9
7,701 6
(total Outports 117l. 8s.d.)
out of the Additional ditto:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver, on the Grand Receipt, in money
4,211 2 7
Outports:
Berwick (George Moor)
1 14 3
Bridlington (John Bower) 0 5 0
Colchester (James Bruce) 5 4 3
Dover (John Ball) 3 2
Exeter (William Spry) 37 0 0
Falmouth (William Pye) 0 6
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 7 15
Lyme (George Lisle) 0 2
Lynn (Henry Hare) 0 4 3
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 25 17 8
Poole (Alfrid Lawson) 0 4 2
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 0 6 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 8 18 10½
4,302 3 7
(total Outports 91l. 1s. 0d.)
(total for the New and Additional Duties 12,003l. 9s.d.)
for the New Duty on Coals exported:
London port:
the Earl of Manchester, Receiver of the Duty
48 14 9
Outports:
Boston (Samuel Oldfield)
0 15 0
Bridlington (John Bower) 39 6 0
Dover (John Ball) 6 6 0
Falmouth (William Pye) 5 8 0
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 0 5 3
Looe (John Dyer) 3 18
Lynn (Henry Hare) 1 4 0
Milford (William Goodacre) 8 0 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 710 0 0
Poole (Alfrid Lawson) 0 10 0
Portsmouth (John Arnold) 16 4 2
Rye (James Benn) 15 12 0
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 45 15 0
Stockton (Peter Conset) 9 12 0
Sunderland (William Ettricke) 2,578 18 4
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 85 0 7
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 44 17 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 76 13 5
3,696 19
(total Outports 3,648l. 4s. 11½d.)
for the New Duty on Sailcloth; from 29 Sept. 1715:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver, on the Grand Receipt
884 12 3
Outports:
Boston (Samuel Oldfield)
1 1 0
Bridlington (John Bower) 1 8 0
Cowes (John Deal) 73 9 0
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 3 10 3
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 2 16 0
Hull (Hugh Mason) 43 9 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 14 2 4
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 35 17 5
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 8 3 4
Stockton (Peter Conset) 2 12 0
Sunderland (William Ettricke) 8 10 5
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 5 9 8
Wisbech (Joseph Ryland) 0 7 0
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 2 2 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 22 15
1,110 5
(total Outports 225l. 13s.d.)
for the New Duty on Rock Salt:
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith)
235 0 0
for the Enumerated Duties from the American Plantations:
Hopefor Bendell, Collector at Antegoa
290 3
William Gerrish, ditto at Mountserrat 53 0 11¾
John Helden, ditto at St. Christopher's 113 0 9
456 5
for the Prize Duties from the American Plantations:
Peter Beckford at Jamaica
182 2 9
total charge and receipts £1,167,895 11 10¼
Discharge
Salaries of the Commissioners and other Officers in London port according to two quarterly books: half year to Michaelmas 1716:
Sir Walter Yong, Sir Matthew Dudley, Sir John Stanley, Sir Thomas Frankland, bts., Sir Charles Peers, John Pulteney and Thomas Walker, Commissioners
3,500 0 0
Charles Carcasse, Secretary to the Commissioners 200 0 0
the same, for clerks 75 0 0
the same for a Northern clerk, and a copying clerk 70 0 0
John Manley, Plantation and Western clerk 65 0 0
Robert Stephens, Solicitor for the Customs 150 0 0
George Medcalf, his Assistant 50 0 0
the Assistant etc. in the Receiver General's Office 170 0 0
William Leach, Paymaster of the Incidents 20 0 0
Robert Paul, Assistant to the Comptroller General 75 0 0
Arnold Sansome and Charles Killegrew, successively Comptrollers of the Issues etc., for themselves and clerks 290 0 0
Charles Godolphin, Register General of Trading ships 250 0 0
and for his clerks, named 95 0 0
Henry Martin, Inspector General of Exports and Imports; for himself and clerks 350 0 0
George Langton, Inspector of the Outport Collectors 300 0 0
the four Examiners of the Outport books 100 0 0
William Saxby, Surveyor General of the Riding Officers 250 0 0
and for his clerk 20 0 0
Charles Downing, Comptroller for approving merchants securities etc. 100 0 0
Benjamin Coode, Examiner of Officers' securities etc. 50 0 0
Thomas Hudson, Viewer etc. of Tobaccos 100 0 0
Officers of the Warehouse, named 195 0 0
ditto for prohibited East India Goods, named 150 0 0
housekeeper etc.; rent of the Vine and Rose and Dolphin taverns added to the Customs House; appraisers; Surveyor of the Land-carriage business, and land-carriage men; Surveyor of the Coast business and coast waiters etc. 7,555 10 11
14,180 10 11
fees and allowances to the Patent Officers in the Port of London, detailed; half year to Michaelmas 1716:
William Burnet, Comptroller General
500 0 0
Sir John Shaw, bt., Collector Inwards 233 6 8
the Earl of Manchester, Collector Outwards 138 6 8
Charles Downing, Comptroller of the Great Customs 127 10 0
the heirs of Andrew Newport and James Halsall, Surveyor of Customs 250 0 0
Thomas Gibson and others, Surveyor of the Petty Customs 150 0 0
Sir William Fowlis, Head Searcher 60 0 0
Thomas Woodford, Register of Seizures 150 0 0
John Benson, Customer of Wool 25 0 0
Joseph Somers, Comptroller of the Great Customs 15 0 0
Daniel Lawrence, Customer of the Petty Customs 31 3 4
these Accomptants; 19 June 1716 to Xmas 1716 513 13 11
searcher at Gravesend, King's waiters etc. 176 7 11
2,370 8 6
fees and allowances to Patent Officers in the Outports, detailed 493 6 3
salaries of the Customs Officers in the Foreign Plantations:
Robert Armstrong, Collector and Surveyor at Piscataway, New England half year to Midsummer 1716
50 0 0
Henry Brook, Collector at Lewis, Pensilvania; same time 45 0 0
the same, for a boat and four boatmen 20 0 0
William Bladen, Surveyor at Annapolis, Maryland; year to Midsummer 1716 60 0 0
William Buckner, Collector at York River, Virginia, for keeping a boat; Midsummer 1715 to 21 Dec. 1715 19 14 6
Thomas Byerley, Collector at New York; year to Midsummer 1716 55 0 0
Richard Chichester, Collector at Rapahanock River, Virginia, and to keep a boat; same time 80 0 0
Nathaniel Chevin, Collector at Roanock and to maintain a canoe and man; two years to Midsummer 1716 80 0 0
William Carter, Comptroller at New York; half year to Midsummer 1716 27 10 0
Thomas Farmer, Collector at Perth Amboy, East Jersey; same time 20 0 0
William Fassit, Surveyor at Wiccomoco and Munni, Maryland; same time 20 0 0
Richard FitzWilliams, Surveyor of Elizabeth River, Virginia; same time 22 10 0
Richard FitzWilliams, Comptroller at Currituck, North Carolina; 11 July 1715 to Midsummer 1716 47 17 6
John Graves, Collector at the Bahama Islands; half year to Midsummer 1716 35 0 0
Edward Hill, Collector, upper part James River, Virginia, and to keep a boat; year to Midsummer 1716 40 0 0
Robert Howson, Surveyor of the Eastern Shore of Virginia and Maryland; 10 June 1714 to Xmas 1715 77 1
John Jekyl, Collector at Boston, New England; half year to Midsummer 1716 50 0 0
Nathaniel Kay, Collector and Surveyor at Rhode Island, New England; same time 50 0 0
Francis Kenedy, Collector, lower part James River, Virginia, 7 Jan 1714 to Midsummer 1716 146 3 6
Tobias Knight, Collector, Currituck, North Carolina, and to maintain a canoe and a man; half year to Midsummer 1716 20 0 0
Samuel Lowman, Collector, Newcastle, Pensilvania, to keep a boat; same time 45 0 0
the same, for keeping a boat and two watermen; same time 20 0 0
Daniel Macarty, Collector, South Pocomock, Virginia; year to Midsummer 1716 80 0 0
John Moor, Collector, Philadelphia; Pensilvania; same time 160 0 0
John Manley, Plantation Clerk; same time 50 0 0
John Phelps, Riding Surveyor at Pocomack (both sides of the river); same time 60 0 0
John Rolfe, Collector, Bridlington in West Jersey; same time 40 0 0
William Stoughton, Collector at Potomack, Maryland; half year to Midsummer 1716 30 0 0
Henry Scarburgh, Collector at Accomack and Northampton counties, Virginia; year to Midsummer 1716 40 0 0
1,490 16
rent of the Custom House and other annual and accidental payments, detailed, including 205l. to Edward Harley for the Auditor's fee 2,699 13 4
payments out of the several New Duties:
out of the New Additional Impositions:
the Examiners of the Outport books, 5l.; Edward Harley, for the Auditors' fee 12l. 10s. 0d.
17 10 0
out of the New Subsidy:
the Prince of Wales, half year to Xmas 1716, part of his statutory allowance of 100,000l. per an., 20,000l.; the Examiners, as above 25l.; Edward Harley, as above 12l. 10s.
20,037 10 0
out of the One Third Subsidy:
the Examiners as above 10l.; Edward Harley as above 10l.
20 0 0
out of the Two Third Subsidy:
the Examiners as above 15l.; Edward Harley as above 20l.
35 0 0
out of the New Duty on Coffee, Tea etc. Edward Harley as above 2 10 0
out of the Duty on Coffee, Tea etc. and 15l. per cent. on Callicoes etc.:
Christopher Tower and others, detailed
107 10 0
out of the 25l. per cent. and 25l. per ton on French Goods imported:
Edward Harley as above
5 0 0
out of the New Duty on Pepper and other Grocery:
John Stringer, Warehousekeeper, 50l.; Nicholas Bourne, Comptroller, 25l.; Edward Harley as above 10l.
85 0 0
out of the 15l. per cent. on Muslins:
Christopher Tower and others, detailed, 150l.; Henry Crisp, Register of the Certificate Cocquets, 15l.; Edward Harley, as above 5l.
170 0 0
out of the Duties of 3s. and 2s. per chaldron on Coals:
Charles Carkess and others, detailed, 80l.; James Deacon, Collector, 75l. 12s.d.; Peter Holland, Collector, 30l.; Stephen Wickens 351l. 7s. 10½d.; William Taylour for stationery 51l. 17s. 1d.; Edward Harley as above 15l.
603 17 3
out of the Duty of 2s. per chaldron on Coals for building New Churches:
James Deacon, Collector, 45l. 7s.d. Peter Holland, Comptroller, 13l. 4s.d.; Stephen Wickens 32l. 10s.d.
92 7 7 (sic)
out of the Coinage Duty:
William Burnet, Comptroller General, 49l. 1s.d.; these Accomptants 49l. 1s.d.; Edward Harley as above 5l.
103 2 1
out of the New Duty on Candles: Edward Harley as above: 1 0 0
out of the New Duty on Goods exported: Edward Harley as above 10 0 0
out of the New Duty on Whale Fins: Edward Harley as above 2 10 0
out of the New Duty on Hides: Edward Harley as above 5 0 0
out of the Additional ditto: John Booth, Comptroller of the Warehouse for Coffee 25 0 0
out of the New Duty on Soap: Edward Harley as above 1 0 0
out of the Duty on Rock Salt exported: Edward Harley as above 1 0 0
out of the Enumerated Duties:
Edward Harley as above
2 10 0
21,327 6 11
necessary and incident charges, London port, detailed at length 17,568 18
(total payments for salaries and incidents as above 60,131l. 1s.d.)
repayments on certificates of damages and overentries:
out of the Customs
3,884 17 6
out of the New and Additional Impositions from 1 Aug. 1714 162 4
out of the Duty of 25l. per ton on French Wines 200 8
out of the Impositions on Coffee, etc. from 25 June 1714 376 15
out of the Additional ditto from same time 377 19
out of the New Subsidy to 8 March 1701–2 83 0
out of ditto from 30 Sept. 1715 2,237 11 1
out of the Additional Subsidy to 8 March 1706–7 772 12
out of the Two Third Subsidy from 9 March 1711–12 1,261 18
out of the Impost 1709 on Pepper etc. 133 11 10
out of the New Duty on Hides etc. 69 8 6
out of the Additional ditto 90 6 8
out of the New Duty on Soap etc. 110 4
out of the Additional ditto 91 12
out of the Coinage Duty 3 9 10
9,856 1 3 (fn. 3)
money paid on portage bills 794 3 9
repayments on debentures for goods exported:
out of the Customs for the Old Subsidy and Additional Duty
59,354 13 1
and for corn exported 22,999 12
out of the New Impositions from 2 March 1692–3 2,942 4 9
out of the New Duty on Coffee etc. from 25 June 1714 539 2 3
out of the Additional ditto from same date 21,419 3
out of the Impositions on Whalefins from 1 Aug. 1714 109 17 6
out of the Impost of 15l. per cent. on Muslins from 25 June 1714 13,439 9 6
out of the Impost of 3s. per chaldron on coals from 30 Sept. 1710 194 10 8
out of the Impost of 2s. per chaldron on coals from 9 March 1710–11 129 14 0
out of the New Subsidy to 8 March 1701–2 1,941 7
out of ditto to 1 Aug. 1714 1,625 8
out of ditto to 29 Sept. 1715 10,916 11 0
out of ditto from 30 Sept. 1715 31,716 9
out of the Additional Subsidy to 8 March 1706–7 15,396 8
out of the Two Third Subsidy to 8 March 1711–12 178 17
out of ditto from 9 March 1711–12 8,154 4 10½
out of the Impost 1709 on Pepper and Grocery 2,563 12 4
out of the Additional Duty on Hides etc. 3,209 5 4
out of the New Duty on Soap, Linen etc. 1,393 10 3
out of the Additional ditto 1,015 12 6
out of the Impost on Sail Cloth from 30 Sept. 1715 31 1 1
out of the New Duty on Candles from 2 May 1715 19 7 7
out of the Additional ditto from 26 March 1711 19 7 7
out of the Coinage Duty 46 19
199,356 11 0
(total repayments, etc. as above 210,006l. 16s.d.)
money paid into the Exchequer, detailed by dates:
out of the Customs
184,025 6 10
out of the New Additional Impositions on Poundage Goods 31,395 6 10½
out of the Duty of 25l. per ton on French Wine Imported 13,736 7 9
out of the New Duty on Coffee etc. from 24 June 1714 24,622 12 10
out of the Additional ditto from same date 48,450 3 1
(total out of the Duties on Coffee etc. 73,072l. 15s. 11d.)
out of the Duties on Whalefins 4,162 0
out of the Duty of 15l. per cent. on Muslins 44,397 14 8
out of the Expired Duty on Coals 140 0 0
out of the Duty of 3s. per chaldron on Coals from 30 Sept. 1710 51,720 0 10
out of the Duty of 2s. per chaldron on Coals from 9 March 1710–11 35,086 0 6
(total for the growing Duties on Coals 86,806l. 1s. 4d.)
out of the Duties on Coals for building New Churches 22,936 8
out of the New Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage to 31 July 1714 1,114 10 7
out of the ditto from 1 Aug. 1714 138,580 5 11½
(total for the New Subsidy 139,694l. 16s.d.)
out of the first Additional or One Third Subsidy from 8 March 1706–7 51,748 12 11
out of the Two Third Subsidy to 8 March 1711–12 42,999 9 11
out of the New Duty on Goods exported 18,503 5 1
out of the Duty on Coals exported 3,696 19 9
out of the New Duty on Pepper etc. 7,740 11 10
out of the New Duty on Hides, Skins etc. 2,520 9 9
out of the Additional ditto 29,519 3 2
(total for the Duties on Hides 32,039l. 12s. 11d.)
out of the New Duty on Soap 6,197 11
out of the Additional ditto 3,194 18
(total for the Duties on Soap 9,392l. 9s. 9d.)
out of the Duty on Sail cloth 1,079 4 5
out of the New Duty on Candles 3 6 10½
out of the Additional ditto 3 6 10½
(total for the Duties on Candles 6l. 13s. 9d.)
out of the Duty on Rock Salt exported 235 0 0
out of the Enumerated Duties 456 5
out of the Prize Duties from the Plantations 182 2 9
out of the Coinage 2,794 12
771,241 19 9
total payments and allowances £1,041,379 17
and so remains 126,515 14
Auditors' Memorandum.—There is due and payable on sundry bonds:
for the Customs from 1 Aug. 1714
53,789 0
for the New Subsidy to 31 July 1714 13,230 6
for ditto to 29 Sept. 1715 7,877 2 5
for ditto from 29 Sept. 1715 30,623 13
for the One Third Subsidy from 8 March 1706–7 18,225 14
123,745 17
and so the said Accomptants are Indebted 2,769l. 17s. 3d.
Declared 7 August 1718.

Footnotes

  • 1. The figures given add up to 39,724l. 10s.d. The blank entry for Woodbridge may explain the discrepancy.
  • 2. The figures given add up to 7,422l. 2s.d.
  • 3. The figures given add up to 9,856l. 1s.d.