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Declared Accounts: Stamp Duties

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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 31, 1717. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1960.

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Stamp Duties

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: STAMP DUTIES ETC.: GENERAL ACCOUNT.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2176, ROLL 159 [A.O.1/2176/159].

William Ashurst, Comptroller and Accomptant General of the Duties on Stampt Vellum, Parchment and Paper etc.

Henry Montague, Register etc. of the Rates upon money given with Clerks and Apprentices.

2 August 1716 to 2 August 1717.

Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the hands of several persons particularly named at the foot of the last General Accompt 101,520 10 101/6
Receipts: money due and payable for the several Duties for Stamps etc. impressed on Vellum, Parchment and Paper within the time of this Accompt:
for stamps put on Vellom etc. paid for and delivered at the Head Office in London:
on the Third Continued Old Duty
27,521 6 8
on the First Additional Duty 24,177 6 9
on the Second Additional Duty 13,167 0 0
on the New Duty 1711 3,927 10 7
on the New Duty 1712 on several kinds of stampt vellom etc. 6,687 2 5
on the New Duty on Policies of Insurance 2,328 4 0
77,808 10 5
for stamps put on vellom etc. delivered for the supply of the Warehouse-keeper of Stampt Goods:
on the Third Continued Old Duty
14,671 19 2
on the First Additional Duty 11,706 19 2
on the Second Additional Duty 8,885 15 6
on the New Duty 1711 (including the stamps on labels for cards) 8,310 7 4
on the New Duty 1712 on several kinds of stampt vellom etc. 2,058 1 6
45,633 2 8
for the Duty on Dice marked this year; on the New Duty 1711 822 5 0
for the Duty on Almanacks ditto; on ditto 2,001 5 0
for the Duties on large Pamphlets and Advertisements; on the New Duty 1712 on several kinds etc.:
on pamphlets; at the Head Office 140l. 4s. and in the Country 139l. 0s. 6d.
279 4 6
on advertisements; at the Head Office 758l. 14s. and in the Country 44l. 6s. 803 0 0
1,082 4 6
for the Duties on Entries made by Secondaries etc.:
on the Third Continued Old Duty
894 14 7
on the First Additional Duty 894 14 7
1,789 9 2
for the Duties on Entries of Degrees made by University Registers:
on the Third Continued Old Duty
751 12 0
on the First Additional Duty 25 12 0
777 4 0
for the Duties on deeds executed before the Stamp was impressed:
on the Third Continued Old Duty
10 0 0
on the First Additional Duty 10 0 0
on the New Duty 1711 0 5 0
on the New Duty 1712 of several kinds etc. 5 0 0
25 5 0
for money from bonds given by William Lownds and William Martyn for securing the Duties on Stamps made and delivered them:
on the Third Continued Old Duty
80 0 0
on the First Additional Duty 80 0 0
on the Second Additional Duty 80 0 0
240 0 0
for the profit arising by the advance on the price of parchment etc. in North Britain:
on the Second Additional Duty
1 2 25/6
on the New Duty 1711 0 0 4
on the New Duty 1712 of several kinds 0 0 6
1 3 05/6
for the Duty on Omissions received of sundry persons upon Oath:
on the New Duty 1711
5 16 8
on the New Duty 1712 on several kinds etc. 1 5 0
7 1 8
Owen Loyd & Co. for parchment etc. delivered to the Warehousekeeper of Unstampt Goods for the service of last year but not paid that year:
on the Second Additional Duty
3 19 4
the profit of discount thereon 0 14 0
4 13 4
for the value of parchment, paper and prints provided in order to furnish the Country and lodged with the Warehousekeeper of Unstampt Goods:
for the value of parchment:
on the Third Continued Duty
1,854 14 l0¾
on the Second Additional Duty 3 12 4
on the New Duty 1711 5 10 10
on the New Duty 1712 of several kinds etc. 79 18 4
(total parchment 1,943l. 16s.d.)
for the value of paper:
on the Third Continued Old Duty
470 8 1
on the Second Additional Duty 96 9 1
on the New Duty 1711 3 8 0
on the New Duty 1712 on several kinds etc. 13 9 2
(total paper 583l. 14s. 4d.)
for the value of prints:
on the Third Continued Duty
129 0 0
on the New Duty 1711 40 16 0
(total prints 169l. 16s.)
for the profit arising by discompt on parchment allowed by the Stationers at 30l. per cent.:
on the Third Continued Old Duty
794 17
on the Second Additional Duty 1 11 0
on the New Duty 1711 2 7 6
on the New Duty 1712 on several kinds etc. 34 5 0
(total profit by discompt on parchment 833l. 1s.d.)
for ditto on paper at 15l. per cent.:
on the Third Continued Old Duty
83 0 3
on the Second Additional Duty 17 0 5
on the New Duty 1711 0 12 0
on the New Duty 1712 on several kinds etc. 2 7 6
(total ditto on paper 103l. 0s. 2d.)
for ditto on prints at 40l. per cent:
on the Third Continued Old Duty
86 0 0
on the New Duty 1711 27 4 0
(total ditto on prints 113l. 4s.)
(total profit by discompt 1,049l. 5s.d.)
parchment etc. received for North Britain for which no discount was allowed: on the New Duty 1711 1 14 6
3,748 6
(total of the above receipts 133,940l. 10s. 6⅓d.)
overpayments on the several Duties, detailed, by George Bowles, Thomas Clerke, Richard Duke, Thomas Day, Hugh Foulkes, Daniel Garrod, John Penny, John Riley, Thomas Seward, James Taylor and John Ward 177 13 9
rates upon money given with clerks and apprentices:
for the said rates to 1 May 1715:
on the Duty at 6d. per 1l. on sums of 50l. or under by indentures brought to the Head Office; on 980l. 11s.
24 10
on the Duty at 1s. per 1l. on sums of over 50l. by ditto; on 100l. 5 0 0
on the Duty at 6d. per 1l. as above by indentures in the Country; on 832l. 10s. 6d. 20 16
on the Duty at 1s. per 1l. as above by ditto; on 153l. 15s. 7 13 9
58 0 4
for the rates continued from 1 May 1715:
on the Duty at 6d. per 1l. as above by indentures brought to the Head Office on 40,300l. 10s. 72/3d.
1,007 11 2
on the Duty at 1s. per 1l. as above by ditto; on 51,935l. 18s. 5d. 2,596 16
on the Duty at 6d. per 1l. as above in the Country; on 21,534l. 18s. 11/6d. 538 8 37/12
on the Duty at 1s. per 1l. as above ditto; on 9,568l. 1s. 57/12d. 478 8 011/12
4,621 3 7
(total for the rates on clerks and apprentices 4,679l. 3s. 11d.)
a remittance to the Receiver General by an unknown hand 2 5 0
overpayments, detailed, by Collectors:
on the Duty to 1 May 1715
15 18
on the Duty from 1 May 1715 88 5
104 3
total charge and receipts £240,424 7
Discharge.
Money accompted for by Henry Lyddell, John Miles and Richard Holditch, successively Receivers General, in their Cash Accompt:
money paid into the Exchequer:
on the First Continued Duty
19 17 0
on the Second Continued Duty 12 7 0
on the Third Continued Duty 38,742 12
on the First Additional Duty 37,599 4 10
on the Second Additional Duty 22,101 3
on the New Duty 1711 13,496 18
on the New Duty 1712 on several kinds etc. 8,085 18 10½
on the New Duty on policies of Insurance 2,124 12 7
122,182 14 10
salaries to the Commissioners etc. at the Head Office:
on the Third Continued Duty
5,263 13 4
on the Second Additional Duty 609 8 0
on the New Duty 1711 955 19 6
on the New Duty 1712 on several kinds etc. 1,045 19 6
on the New Duty on policies of Insurance 109 8 6
7,984 8 10
for parchment, paper and prints bought and paid for:
on the Third Continued Duty
2,454 2 11¾
on the Second Additional Duty 130 6
on the New Duty 1711 29 2
on the New Duty 1712 on several kinds etc. 89 9 8
2,703 1
office rent to William Attwell & Co. for the Head Office in Lincoln's Inn; year to Midsummer 1711 out of the Third Continued Duty 160 0 0
and for the house in Serle Street; 1¼ years to Xmas 1716 (less 11l. 9s. 4d. for repairs) out of the Duties 1712 on several kinds etc. 46 0 8
206 0 8
necessary and incident charges at the Head Office:
on the First Continued Duty
0 3 0
on the Second Continued Duty 0 3 0
on the Third Continued Duty 1,496 2 11
on the [First] Additional Duty 43 1 6
on the Second Additional Duty 52 9 4
on the New Duty 1711 265 7
on the New Duty 1712 on several kinds etc. 203 8 10
and on the Duty on Policies of Insurance 24 11 8
2,085 7
taxes repaid to the Under-Officers:
on the Third Continued Duty
257 17 0
on the Second Additional Duty 30 7 6
on the New Duty 1711 63 9 0
on the New Duty 1712 on several kinds etc. 69 0 0
on the New Duty on policies of Insurance 4 4 0
424 17 6
discount for prompt payment at the Head Office:
on the Third Continued Duty
719 7
on the [First] Additional Duty 624 11
on the Second Additional Duty 348 7
on the New Duty 1711 107 11
on the New Duty 1712 on several kinds etc. 180 9
on the Duty on policies of Insurance 65 7 3
2,045 13
poundage allowed Law ‘Registers’ and others:
on the Third Continued Duty
52 16
on the First Additional Duty 52 16
105 12
(total accompted for as above 137,737l. 16s. 6d.)
overpayments on the preceding Accompt 334 13 11
allowances to the several Distributors for vending Stampt Parchment and Paper etc.:
for money discounted by John Hudson, London Distributor:
on the Third Continued Duty
3 13 11
on the [First] Additional Duty 2 1 2
on the Second Additional Duty 1 4 4
on the New Duty 1711 0 15 9
7 15 2
to the Stationers' Company for Almanacks cancelled: on the New Duty 1711 105 14 8
poundage allowed the several Distributors:
on the First Continued Duty
1 12 5
on the Third Continued Duty 1,658 0 6
on the [First] Additional Duty 1,060 19
on the Second Additional Duty 718 10
on the New Duty 1711 109 15
on the New Duty 1712 on several kinds etc. 142 10
3,691 8 3
necessary and incident charges of ditto:
on the Third Continued Duty
353 6 11
on the [First] Additional Duty 34 10 11½
on the Second Additional Duty 16 17 0
on the New Duty 1711 5 0 9
on the New Duty 1712 on several kinds etc. 6 10 1
416 5
allowed John Hamilton, Head-Distributor in North Britain for incident charges etc. from the commencement of the Stamp Duties in Scotland:
on the Second Additional Duty
718 19 511/12
on the New Duty 1711 367 12 11/6
on the New Duty 1712 on several kinds etc. 529 5 11½
1,615 17 67/12
poundage allowed George Cooper and Robert Grove, the University ‘Registers’ of Oxford and Cambridge at 12d. per 1l. on charges for entries of Degrees and Incorporations:
on the Third Continued Duty
37 11 7
on the First Additional Duty 1 5 7
38 17 2
allowed John Hamilton for a loss in the retail of parchment in North Britain:
on the New Duty 1711
0 0
on the New Duty 1712 on several kinds etc. 0 0
0 1 2
Robert Clarke for an overcharge in the previous year: on the New Duty 1712 on several kinds etc. 20 5 0
allowed Owen Loyd and the Stationers' Company for goods delivered last year but paid in the time of this Accompt: on the Second Additional Duty 4 13 4
(total allowances to Distributors etc. as above 5,900l. 18s. 01/12d.)
money accompted for in the Cash Accompt of the Duties on money given with Clerks and Apprentices:
money paid into the Exchequer:
on the Duty to 1 May 1715
175 2 10
out of the Continued Duty 3,909 5 3
4,084 8 1
salaries of Officers at the Head Office:
out of the Duty from 1 May 1715
240 0 0
necessary and incident charges at the Head Office:
out of the Duty to 1 May 1715
2 8 10½
out of the Continued Duty 89 14 10
92 3
total out of the Duties on money given with Clerks and Apprentices accompted for in the Cash Accompt 4,416l. 11s.d.
overpayments on the preceding General Accompt of money given with Clerks and Apprentices:
on the Duty to 1 May 1715
3 5
on the Continued Duty 60 0
63 5 9
necessary and incident charges of Collectors of these Duties:
on the Duties to 1 May 1715
7 2 10
on the Continued Duties 1 11 7
8 14 5
poundage allowed to the Collectors of these Duties at 1s. 6d. per 1l.:
on the Duties to 1 May 1715
12 11
on the Continued Duties 48 19
61 10 10½
(total allowed Collectors as above 70l. 5s.d.)
total payments and allowances £148,523 11 31/12
and so remains 91,900 16 42/3
against which depending on the several Warehousekeepers, Distributors and others, detailed, for so much in their hands in goods, money or bonds at the time of the determination of this Accompt:
upon the Warehousekeepers:
Charles Howland, Warehousekeeper of Unstampt Goods:
on the Third Continued Duty
867 9
on the Second Additional Duty 2 0 0
on the New Duty 1711 96 1 11¾
on the New Duty 1712 on several kinds etc. 133 3 11¾
1,098 15 5
William Curteis, Warehousekeeper of Stampt Goods:
on the Third Continued Duty
6,784 1
on the [First] Additional Duty 4,722 3 1
on the Second Additional Duty 2,023 15 2
on the New Duty 1711 2,437 14 8
on the New Duty 1712 on several kinds 1,052 16 11¾
on policies of Insurance 16 16 0
17,037 7
(total on the Warehousekeepers 18,136l. 2s.d.)
on several late Distributors for the Single Duty first granted and for the First and Second Continued Duties, detailed 5,699 16 0
on several Distributors for the growing Duties, viz.:
the Third Continued Duty, the First and Second Additional Duties and the New Duties 1711 and 1712 on several kinds, etc., detailed at length
62,429 8 10½
on Major Carpender, Entering Clerk of the Duties on Cards and Dice for Stampt Goods in his custody:
on the New Duty 1711
190 1 6
on Robert Grove, ‘Register’ of Cambridge University:
on the Third Continued Duty
58 17
on the First Additional Duty 114 8
173 6
on George Cooper, ‘Register’ of Oxford University:
on the Third Continued Duty
81 9
on the First Additional Duty 6 6
87 15 7
(total on the University Registers 261l. 2s.d.)
on persons on bonds:
Thomas Cator:
on the First Continued Duty
26 0 0
on the First Additional Duty 24 0 0
50 0 0
William Bridges, Secretary to the Commissioners for the Stamp Duties: on the Second Continued Duty 12 10 0
on the First Additional Duty 12 10 0
25 0 0
William Lowndes and William Martyn:
on the Third Continued Duty
80 0 0
on the [First] Additional Duty 80 0 0
on the Second Additional Duty 80 0 0
240 0 0
George Parker, for Almanacks:
on the New Duty 1711
33 6 8
on sundry carriers:
John Harrison, late Chester Carrier for goods miscarried:
on the First Continued Duty
40 0 0
on the First Additional Duty 30 0 0
70 0 0
John Baddeley, the Staffordshire Carrier, for ditto:
on the First Continued Duty
22 6 0
on the First Additional Duty 21 12 0
43 18 0
on several Card-makers; on the New Duty 1711:
Benjamin Cooke, Thomas Cope, Charles Durance, Thomas Heme, Jonathan Minikin, James Pemberton, Thomas Peters, Gabriel Pinke, John Poole, John Seale, Joseph Smith, Nathaniel Tilson, Richard Tustian, Archibald Vaus, Timothy Wells and Anthony Weltden
989 0 0
on several dice-makers; on ditto:
Edmond Aspinal, Thomas Crawford, Henry Ladyman, John Sheriff
152 10 0
on the Collectors of Rates upon money given with Clerks and Apprentices, named with their Collections:
on the Rates to 1 May 1715
1,347 11 11
on ditto from 1 May 1715 787 3 1011/12
2,134 15 911/12
and on several persons named in the Cash Accompt 1,445 15 0
£91,900 16 42/3
and so this General Accompt is even and Quit.
Declared 14 March 1717–18.

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: STAMP DUTIES: CASH ACCOUNT.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2136, ROLL 22 [A.O.1/2136/22].

Henry Lyddel, John Miles and Richard Houlditch, successively Receivers General of the Duties on Stampt Vellum, Parchment and Paper etc.; also of the Rates upon money given with Clerks and Apprentices.

2 August 1716 to 2 August 1717.

Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in Henry Lyddall's hands on the end of the last Accompt, none, he being in surplusage nil
depending on several persons particularly named at the foot of the said Accompt 1,315 15 0
Receipts: money received within the time of this Accompt on the several Duties on Stampt Vellom, Parchment and Paper:
for the First Duties continued to 1 Aug. 1706:
money received of several Distributors in arrear
20 0 0
for the said Duties continued to 1 Aug. 1710:
money received as above
12 10 0
£ s. d.
for the said Duties continued from 31 July 1710:
for stamps impressed etc. at the Head Office for ready money
27,521 6 8
for ditto on deeds after the same were written or ingrossed 10 0 0
money received of several Country Distributors 20,280 12
money received of the two University Registers 504 17 9
money received of the Officers of the Law for entries 894 14 7
49,211 11
for the Additional Duties:
for stamps impressed etc. at the Head Office for ready money
24,177 6 9
for ditto on deeds already written or ingrossed 10 0 0
money received of several Distributors 13,237 12
money received of the Officers of the Law for entries 894 14 7
38,319 13
for the further Additional Duties towards a lottery:
for stamps impressed etc. at the Head Office for ready money
13,167 0 0
money received of several Distributors 10,112 12
23,279 12
for the New Duties on Stamped Vellum etc. and on Cards and Dice:
for stamps impressed etc. at the Head Office for ready money
3,927 10 7
for the King's share of penalties 0 5 0
money received of several Distributors 1,388 5 4
money received on bonds given for the Duty on Almanacks 1,895 10 4
money received on the Duties on Cards 6,961 11 0
money received on the Duties on Dice 768 3 0
money received of several persons who voluntarily charged themselves therewith on oath, being due on omissions 5 10 8
14,947 2 11
for the Duties on several kinds of stamped Vellum etc. and on certain Printed Papers, Pamphlets and Advertisements:
for stamps impressed etc. at the Head Office for ready money
6,687 2 5
for the like on deeds already written or ingrossed 5 0 0
money received of several Distributors 2,156 16
ditto for the Duty charged on large pamphlets 140 4 0
ditto for ditto on advertisements 758 14 0
ditto of several persons who voluntarily charged themselves with the same on oath, being due on omissions 1 5 0
9,749 1
for the new Duties on Policies of Insurance:
for stamps impressed etc. at the Head Office for ready money
2,328 4 0
(total received as above 137,867l. 16s. 6d.)
money received for the Rates on money given with Clerks and Apprentices: arrears of the Duty to 1 May 1715:
the rate of 6d. per 1l. on every sum of 50l. or under; on 980l. 11s.
24 10
the rate of 1s. per 1l. on every sum exceeding 50l., on 100l. 5 0 0
money received of several Collectors 148 1 5
177 11
the rates continued from 1 May 1715:
the rate of 6l. per 1l. as above; on 40,300l. 10s.d.
1,007 11 2
the rate of 1s. per 1l. as above; on 51,935l. 18s. 5d. 2,596 16
money received of several Collectors 632 7 10½
conscience money by an unknown hand 2 5 0
4,239 0 1
(total receipts as above 4,416l. 11s.d.)
total charge and receipts £143,600 3
Discharge.
Salaries of the Commissioners etc.:
Sir Brocas Gardiner, bt., Richard Pye, Thomas Warner and Nicholas Carew, Commissioners, year to Midsummer 1717; Richard Houlditch, another, to 21 Feb. 1716–17; John Schutz, his successor to Midsummer 1717
2,000 0 0
Henry Liddel, Receiver General, at 300l. per an. to 5 Feb. 1716–17, the day of his death; Richard Houlditch at 500l. per an. from 21 Feb. 1716–17 to Midsummer 1717 354 8 10
William Bridges, Secretary; year to Midsummer 1717 300 0 0
William Ashurst, Comptroller; same time 300 0 0
the Receivers' clerks, named; same time 270 0 0
the Secretary's clerks, named; same time 255 0 0
the Comptroller's clerks, named; same time 255 0 0
John Hubbard, Examiner and Accountant Clerk and William Hart, his assistant 150 0 0
John Montagu, Solicitor, three quarters to Lady Day 1717; and William Mowbray, his successor, to Midsummer 1717 50 0 0
Philip Pinkney, Clerk of the Securities; year to Midsummer 1717 70 0 0
Abraham Fowler, Register of the Warrants for Stamping, and John Hudson, his assistant; same time 100 0 0
Joseph Barry, Teller of the Stamps, and Francis Johnson his assistant; same time 120 0 0
Charles Howland, Warehousekeeper of Unstamped Parchment; and Jonathan Stackhouse, his assistant; same time 90 0 0
William Curteis, Warehousekeeper of Stamped Parchment and Paper, and Major Carpender, his assistant; same time 230 0 0
John Cohran, an Inspector of Courts and Corporations and Riding Surveyor, same time; John Edwards, the other, ditto, half year to Xmas 1716 and John Griffith, succeeding him to Midsummer 1717; William Martyn, Inspector and Surveyor within the Bills of Mortality and John Sherman, his assistant, year to Midsummer 1717 350 0 0
John Hudson, Distributor of Stamps, London, and John Rayner, Housekeeper; same time 100 0 0
Henry Sydenham, Supervisor of the Stampers, a Supervisor, and 39 Stampers; same time 1,690 0 0
three rolling press printers; same time 150 0 0
seven layers and takers of paper, on and from the rolling presses; same time 280 0 0
two paper-wetters at the rolling presses; same time 80 0 0
a billman, chamberkeeper and porter, a messenger and two watchmen; same time 210 0 0
Major Carpender, Entering Clerk of Cards and Dice, and eight searchers and surveyors; same time 370 0 0
John Rollos, Marker of dice; same time 50 0 0
John Paine, Register of Pamphlets, and Jonathan Stackhouse, his assistant; same time 100 0 0
three Inspectors of gaming houses; same time 60 0 0
7,984 8 10
office rent to William Attwell & Co. for the Head Office in Lincoln's Inn, year to Midsummer 1717 206 0 8
Owen Lloyd & Co. for parchment, paper and prints for supply of the Country 2,703 1
incident charges: to Thomas Steward, ironmonger; to John Evans, tallowchandler; to Richard Trotter, for isinglass; to John Rollos, engraver; to Jacob Tonson and Co. for printing and binding; to Edward Gwynn, carpenter; to Richard Tarshall, chief butler to the Society of Lincoln's Inn, for absent commons and the preachers' roll; John Cohran, for travelling charges; John Edwards, for ditto; William Bridges, for disbursements; William Nock, ditto; William Ashhurst, for charges of passing the Accompt; John Miles, ditto; these Accomptants, for tally money etc.; Thomas Foley, for the Auditors' fee (190l.) 2,085 7
taxes repaid 424 17 6
discount for prompt payment 2,045 13
poundage allowed to the Registers and others 105 12
(total allowed as above, divided among the several Duties 15,555l. 1s. 8d.)
money paid into the Exchequer, detailed by dates:
out of arrears of the Stamp Duties continued after the first four years
19 17 0
out of ditto continued to 1 Aug. 1710 12 7 0
out of ditto continued from 31 July 1710 38,742 12
out of the further or Additional Stamp Duties 37,599 4 10
out of the Additional ditto for the Lottery 1714 22,101 3
out of the New Duties on Stamped Vellom etc. and on Cards and Dice 13,496 18
out of the Duty on several kinds of Stamped Vellom etc. and on Printed Papers etc. 8,085 18 10½
out of the New Duty on Policies of Insurance 2,124 12 7
122,182 14 10
payments for salaries and incident charges out of the money arising by the Rates upon money given with Clerks and Apprentices:
salaries:
John Montagu, Register and Comptroller; year to Michaelmas 1717
150 0 0
Jabez Hughes, his clerk; same time 50 0 0
Job Powell, Receiver's clerk; same time 10 0 0
William Hare, Entering Clerk etc.; same time 30 0 0
240 0 0
incident charges: Jacob Tonson and Co., for books etc.; William Hare, for carriage etc.; Daniel Withers, for cloth, leather etc.; John Cohran and John Edwards, for disbursements to cryers and bellmen; Thomas Stuard, ironmonger; these Accomptants, for taxes on under-Officers; Jabez Hughs, for making out a General Accompt of these Duties from their commencement to Aug. 1715 92 3
(total allowed as above 332l. 3s.d.)
money paid into the Exchequer detailed by dates:
out of arrears on the Duty to 1 May 1715
175 2 10
out of the Duty continued from 1 May 1715 3,909 5 3
4,084 8 1
total payments and allowances £142,154 8
and so remains 1,445 15 0
whereof depending on the following for money imprested them:
John Montagu, Solicitor
1,105 15 0
William Nock 200 0 0
Ezekiel Johnson, James Baldwyn and Peter Judkin 10 0 0
John Mowbray, Solicitor 100 0 0
John Cohran, an Inspector of the Country Courts 30 0 0
1,445 15 0
and so the Accomptant is even and Quit.
Declared 14 March 1717–18.