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Declared Accounts: Navy

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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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Navy

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY: TRANSPORT: COMMISSIONER'S ACCOUNT: ARREARS ETC.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2310, ROLL 25 [A.O.1/2310/26].

Sir Thomas Colby, bt., appointed as Commissioner to settle the Affairs of the Transport Office.

22 July 1715 to 17 December 1717.

See Volume XXX of this Calendar, p. cli.

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY: PENSIONS TO OFFICERS' WIDOWS.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 233, ROLL 811 [A.O.1/233/811].

John Merrill, late Receiver and Paymaster of the money appointed for the payment of Pensions due to the Widows of Officers who were killed or died in the Service.

25 December 1715 to 25 April 1717.

See Volume XXX of this Calendar, p. clix.

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: NAVY.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1732, ROLL 160 [A.O.1/1732/160].

John Aislabie, Treasurer of the Navy Royal and of the Victualling.

1 January 1716–17 to 31 December 1717.

Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the Accomptant's hands on the end of the last Account 251,625 3 7
and depending on sundry persons at the foot of the said last Account 2,400 1 8
£ s. d.
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer: Michaelmas term, 3 George I, in full of 1,000,000l. by Privy Seal of 28 July 1 George I 28,259 5
the same term, in part of 1,000,000l. by Privy Seal of 29 Sept. 1714 and Royal Sign Manual of 9 March 3 George I. 126,829 1
Easter term, 3 & 4 George I, in further part of the same 791,430 5
Michaelmas term, 4 George I, in full of the same 81,740 13 9
the same term, in part of 1,000,000l. by Privy Seal of 25 Nov. 4 George I. 431,429 6
1,459,688 11
money received in imprest bills paid by former Treasurers and cleared within the time of this Account, detailed:
by Lord Falkland (by bill dated 2 Dec. 1684); by the Earl of Orford (by bills dated 7 March 1690–91 and 22 July 1696 respectively); by Sir Thomas Littleton (by bills of divers dates from 11 July 1704 to 10 Aug. 1709); by Robert Walpole (by bills dated 23 Nov. 1709 to 21 Sept. 1711); by Charles Cæsar (by bills dated 26 April 1711 to 17 Sept. 1714)
15,215 10
money received for goods and provisions sold and on other occasions:
several persons for decayed and other stores sold
2,276 8
several persons by abatements made on their bills for stores delivered short or works not done according to contract 578 5
Sir John Jennings for so much disbursed on necessaries for hospitals 455 5 0
abatements for dead men's clothes and tobacco 129 6
several men serving on board ships etc. for bedding supplied 458 0 9
several Officers being indebted on their accounts for victualling ships' companies 19 19 7
several men for ships' stores lost etc. 60 6 11½
ditto for abatements for their being picked up straggling from their ships. 11 10 0
ditto by abatements for clothes supplied in their Bick quarters 536 4 7
ditto by abatements from ships' books on several occasions 238 1 1
sundry other persons by abatements on yard books 235 7 0
Francis Whitworth, towards clearing his imprests for sick and wounded at Port Mahon 300 0 0
Charles Cæsar in money raised on sale of South Sea Stock to satisfy bills of exchange on victualling, long since due 2,097 18 0
James Littleton, Executor of Sir Thomas Littleton, bt., deceased, late Navy Treasurer, in tallies on reversionary annuities 4,864 0 0
interest received on tallies and profit on sale of reversionary annuities, detailed 1,158 7 8
13,419 1 2
on accompt of the victualling:
sundry Commanders etc. for the balance of their victualling accounts
632 4 10¾
sundry persons for damaged provisions etc. 2,092 1 8
ditto for old stores sold 864 1 10½
Jeremiah Peachie, purser of the Warwick, to make good the sum due for so much paid him to provide beer which he took short in victualling the ship 183 9
sundry masters etc. by abatements made for one third of the earnings of several hoys for petty warrant provisions etc. 472 1
several persons for the like sums defalked from them by this Accomptant out of perfect bills towards clearing the several imprests paid them:
by Lord Falkland:
Capt. Cloudesley Shovll, 47l. 5s.; Mary Wakelin, widow of Capt William Wakelin, late of the Princess Ann, 8l. 19s. 9d.; Thomas Ayles, 97l. 6s. 8d.;
by Sir Thomas Littleton, bt.:
the Executors of the late Rear Admiral Benbow, 1,423l.; Alderman Charles Turner, 66l. 17s. 2d. and 186l. 19s. 4d.; John Stuckley, late Agent at Plymouth, 4l. 1s. 11d., 11s. 5d., 1s., 850l.; John Maddin, late purser of the Mary galley, 1l. 5s. 9d.; Robert Reynolds 10l. and 10l.; Joseph Gascoigne, 100l., 36l., 50l.; Thomas Revell, 30l.; Samuel Peck, 25l.; Thomas Atkinson and three other coopers, 24l.; Joseph Goodrick and four other bakers, 47l. 10s.; Isaac Mills, 6l.;
by Robert Walpole:
John Stuckley, late Agent at Plymouth 47l. 2s. 7d.; Berkley Taylor, 300l.;
by Charles Cæsar:
the Executors of Thomas Hanaway, 320l.; Capt. John St. Lo, late of the Valeur 8l. 4s. 1d.; John Horton and Daniel Mahon, 4,795l. 1s. 4d.; Edward Goulding, 1,828l. 15s. 11d.; Francis Whitworth, late Agent in the Mediterranean and Port Mahon, 2,764l. 4s. 5d.; Joseph Cascoigne, late Agent at Port Mahon, 1,759l. 7s. 10d.
14,847 14 2
19,091 12 11½
surcharge: for an overpayment to William Hayman 0 10 0
total charge and receipts £1,761,440 11
Discharge.
emptions and provisions, detailed 136,135 8 4
salaries:
the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty:
Edward, Earl of Orford, at 1,000l. per an.; 26 Dec. 1716 to 15 April 1717
307 13 10
Sir John Jennings; same rate and time 307 13 10
Sir Charles Turner, same rate; 30 Sept. 1716 to 15 April 1717 557 13 10
Abraham Stanyan, same rate; 26 Dec. 1716 to 15 April 1717 307 13 10
George Baillie; same rate and time 307 13 10
George Dodington, same rate; 30 Sept. 1710 to 20 Dec. 1710 and 26 Dec. 1716 to 15 April 1717 540 9 0
James, Earl of Berkeley, at 3,000l. per an.; 16 April 1717 to Michaelmas 1717 1,326 18 5
Sir George Byng, at 1,000l. per an.; three quarters to Michaelmas 1717 750 0 0
Matthew Aylmer, same rate; 16 April 1717 to Michaelmas 1717 442 6 2
John Cockbourne; same rate and time 442 6 2
William Chetwind; same rate and time 442 6 2
the Earl of Rothes, Vice Admiral of Scotland, as Judge of the Admiralty there; same rate; year to Michaelmas 1717 1,000 0 0
Josiah Burchett, Secretary to the Lords Commissioners; three quarters to Michaelmas 1717 600 0 0
the Navy Commissioners:
John Hawler; same time
375 0 0
James Littleton, at Chatham; year to Michaelmas 1717 500 0 0
Isaac Townsend, at Portsmouth; same time 500 0 0
Francis Dove, at Plymouth; three quarters to same time 375 0 0
Kendrick Edisbury, a Commissioner for Sick and Wounded, at 400l. per an.; 13 March 1716–17 to Michaelmas 1717 214 8 10
Sir Charles Wager, Comptroller of the Navy; three quarters to Michaelmas 1717 375 0 0
Charles Sergison, Clerk of the Acts of the Navy; same time 375 0 0
William Dale, his Assistant, at 300l. per an.; 30 Sept. 1716 to 9 April 1717 162 7 3
Samuel Percivall, succeeding him; to Michaelmas 1717 137 12 9
Jacob Acworth, Surveyor of the Navy; three quarters to Michaelmas 1717 375 0 0
Thomas Fellows, assisting him; same time 112 10 0
John Aislabie, Navy Treasurer; same time 1,500 0 0
Dennis Lyddell, Comptroller of the Treasurer's Accounts; same time 375 0 0
Richard Burton, Comptroller of the Victualling Accounts; same time 375 0 0
Thomas Swanton, Comptroller of the Storekeepers' Accounts; same time 375 0 0
Edward Honywood, Judge Advocate of the Fleet; year to Michaelmas 1717 182 10 0
John Coupland, Deputy Judge Advocate of the Fleet; same time 146 0 0
John Bridger, Surveyor General of the Woods in the Plantations on the Continent of America; two years to Michaelmas 1717 400 0 0
Sir Henry Penrice, President and Judge of the Admiralty Court of Great Britain; year to Michaelmas 1717 400 0 0
George Townsend, Council at Law for the Admiralty and Navy, in lieu of fees; same time 100 0 0
John Warter, his Assistant, in lieu of fees; same time 400 0 0
George Atkins, Storekeeper at Port Mahon; half year to Ladyday 1717 and thereafter at Lisbon to Michaelmas 1717 200 0 0
Thomas Warren, Muster-master and Storekeeper at Deal; for himself and clerks; Xmas quarter 1716 and half year to Michaelmas 1717; and for sending daily lists of ships in the Downs 156 0 0
Joseph Griffin, ditto at Konsale in Ireland; year to Michaelmas 1717; and for stationery wares and house rent 115 0 0
Charles Alleyn, Clerk of the Checque and Storekeeper of Harwich Yard; same time; and for stationery wares 105 0 0
George Turberville, late Master Surgeon of the Hospital at Port Mahon, 20 March 1713–14 to 19 May 1716 and thereafter to 25 July 1716 as late Surgeon and Agent to Sick and Hurt Seamen; and for a clerk 555 14 2
John Wright, late Mate to the Surgeon to the Hospital at Port Mahon, 8 April 1714 to 13 Feb. 1716–16 169 5 0
Daniel Fuzzer, Master Mastmaker at Port Mahon; half year to Michaelmas 1717 47 0 0
Dr. Richard Fuller, Advocate General to the Office of Lord High Admiral of Great Britain; year to Michaelmas 1717 13 6 8
John Bressey, late Marshal for Prisoners of War in the Island of Guernsey; 1 Jan. 1712–13 to 30 Sept. 1713 37 10 0
clerks in the Office of the Lord High Admiral, named etc. 884 19 10
clerks belonging to the Clerk of the Acts, ditto 454 11 2
clerks belonging to the Comptroller of the Navy, ditto 727 10 0
clerks belonging to the Surveyor of the Navy, ditto 222 13 8
clerks belonging to the Treasurer of the Navy, ditto 1,486 5 3
clerks belonging to the Comptroller of the Treasurers' Accompts, ditto 929 13 1
clerks belonging to the Comptroller of the Storekeepers' Accompts, ditto 532 16 10
clerks belonging to the Comptroller of the Victualling Accompts, ditto 571 3 3
clerks examining books etc. relating to Petitions; ditto 75 0 0
clerks belonging to the Navy Commissioners, ditto 443 1 10
Richard Larking, clerk to the Clerk of the Checque etc. at Port Mahon and thereafter at Lisbon 87 10 0
Thomas Rogers, Storekeeper at Portsmouth, for a clerk 9 7 6
John Warner, clerk to the Storekeeper at Harwich Yard 27 13 7
William Jeffrys, succeeding him 2 6 5
John Beavour, clerk to Joseph Griffin at Kinsale 30 0 0
porter, gardeners, housekeeper, watchmen etc. 644 12 2
23,616 6 5
pensions:
Sir Strafford (sic) Fairborne, late one of the Council to the Lord High Admiral; half year to Michaelmas 1716
300 0 0
Sir John Leake, late Admiral and Commander in Chief; three quarters to Xmas 1716 450 0 0
Sir John Munden, equal to half-pay as Rear Admiral of the Fleet; same time 240 12 6
Rebecca Hayter, relict of Thomas Hayter, late a Navy Commissioner, half year to Michaelmas 1716 150 0 0
Sir Thomas Hopson, having borne the flag of a Vice-Admiral; three quarters to Xmas 1716 461 5 0
Richard Edwards, late a Navy Commissioner; same time 187 10 0
Thomas Jennings, ditto; Midsummer quarter 1716 62 10 0
George St. Loe, ditto; same time 62 10 0
Benjamin Tymewell, ditto; three quarters to Xmas 1716 187 10 0
John Hubbard, as a Senior Captain and late Superintendent at Plymouth; same time 150 0 0
Christopher Myngs, ditto and late Superintendent at Portsmouth; Midsummer quarter 1716 50 0 0
four superannuated Master-attendants at the Yards at 100l. per an. each; Belshazar St. Mitchell for long and faithful services at 150l. per annum; Captains at 10s. and 8s. per diem; other Officers etc. named; divers rates and times 9,009 8 2
11,311 5 8
flag pay:
Matthew Aylmer, as Admiral of the Fleet at 5l. a day, 21 June 1716 to 11 July 1716, and 3 Dec. 1716 to 31 Dec. 1716; and for 20s. a day table money; same time
300 0 0
Sir John Norris, as Admiral of the Blue in the Baltic at 3l. 10s. a day, 2 April 1716 to 3 Dec. 1716, and for table money at 20l. a day, same time 1,107 0 0
Sir Charles Wager, as Vice-Admiral of the Blue at 2l. 10s. a day, 19 Nov. 1716 to 1 Dec. 1716 and 7 Jan. 1716–17 to 16 Jan. 1716–17 57 10 0
John Baker, as Vice-Admiral of the White, same rate, 1 Jan. 1715–16 to 10 Nov. 1716 787 10 0
the Executors of John Baker, for his allowance of table-money at 20s. a day, 18 Feb. 1714–15 to 10 Nov. 1716 632 0 0
Charles Cornwall, as Rear Admiral of the Red, at 35s. a day, 24 July 1716 to 31 Dec. 1716 281 15 0
Capt. William Cleaveland, for the time he commanded a Squadron, as Rear-Admiral at 35s. a day, 13 Oct. 1716 to 26 Dec. 1716 (abating 35l. 10s. for an allowance of 10s. a day while rated a Commodore on the books of the Exeter) 95 15 0
3,261 10 0
rewards: for carrying an express, for importing tar and pitch, for a survey of stores, for conducting the press, for wounds received in fight, for getting up a slipped anchor and sundry other extraordinary services, detailed at length 30,390 0 9
disbursements: for stores, repairs and other contingencies, detailed 30,819 7 4
extraordinary services, detailed 1,076 18 11
wages per bills, detailed 227 2 5
interest on bills, at 6l. per cent. 15 3 6
law charges: Anthony Crachrode, Solicitor for Treasury affairs, for charges of the fifth subscription to the South Sea Corporation and charges of earlier subscriptions still unsatisfied 1,841 0 8
Chatham chest: to the Governors of the Chest, as a balance on account of defalcations by Sir Thomas Littleton, bt., late Navy Treasurer, out of seamen's wages for the said Chest 3,845 18 9
recompense to Commanders and other Officers for advantages lost by the loan of the Warwick, Elizabeth, Bedford and Anglesea to the South Sea Company, by reason of the ships not being fitted out as they would otherwise have been 1,543 2 11
travelling charges 2,270 10 0
[victualling charges:] ‘Voluntiers diett’ 1,157 9 4
pilotage 4,330 10 8
free gifts and medicines for furnishing surgeons' chests 1,189 18 5
hire and freight, detailed:
the Thomas and Hester smack (Thomas Hipper, master); 29 July 1715 to 30 Aug. 1715
10 8 5
the Deptford lighter (Henry Watson, employed as master); 1 Jan. 1715–16 to 8 May 1716 5 15 0
the St. George store ship (the Executors of Abraham Corfield, master); 1 Jan. 1709–10 to 30 June 1712 3,264 11 5
the Mayflower (Matthew Flower, master); 14 May 1716 and 21 June to 7 July 1716 13 13 4
the Elizabeth and Mary (George Thomas, master); 7 March 1715 to 30 May 1716 and 23 June 1716 to 6 Sept. 1716 30 1 8
the George and Mary (George Bradbury, master); 11 July 1716 4 16 2
the Delight smack (Charles Curtis, master); 29 July 1715 to 31 Aug. 1715 11 6 9
the Unity smack (Miles Heart, master); 29 July 1715 to 29 Aug. 1715 10 9 6
the Mary Hope (Thomas Wayles, master), for transporting 27 men of the August from the Baltic to England 29 0 6
the Artemisia of London (Josiah Dornford, master), for transporting 16 men as above 17 4 0
Melchia Rabenett, for transporting ballast from Greenhith to Chatham and Sheerness; Ladyday to Midsummer 1716 53 9 10
the same, for ditto from Northfleet; 2 July to 26 Sept 1716 45 12 5
3,496 9 0
house rent of the Principal Officers of the Navy etc., detailed 535 11 5
wages and entertainments of sundry Officers and seamen serving on board the following ships etc
the Assistance; 4 March 1714–15 to 21 Oct. 1717
10,753 18 4
the August; 20 March 1715–16 to 10 Nov. 1716 3,421 7 2
the Royal Ann galley; 26 July 1715 to 8 Aug. 1717 5,123 8 10
the Bedford; 8 April 1712 to 29 Jan. 1716–17 21,513 14 5
the Barfleur; 16 Feb. 1716–17 to 12 Aug. 1717 4,758 1 6
the Burlington; 13 Jan. 1714–15 to 30 Sept. 1717 9,844 10 7
the Bridgewater; 21 July 1715 to 13 Feb. 1717–18 nil
the Burford; 11 Feb. 1716–17 to 2 Dec. 1717 5,673 12 7
the Bedford galley; 27 Feb. 1716–17 to 26 Sept. 1717 550 19 1
the Chatham; 4 March 1714–15 to 10 Dec. 1717 11,711 9 3
the Cumberland; 8 March 1714–15 to 3 Jan. 1716–17 12,812 7 0
the same; 11 Feb. 1716–17 to 9 Aug. 1717 3,421 13 6
the Chester; 26 July 1715 to 26 July 1717 7,944 0 4
the Charlot yacht; 26 March 1711–12 to 31 July 1714 1,840 17 6
the Devonshire; 11 Feb. 1716–17 to 17 June 1717 1,153 9 6
the Dreadnought; 8 March 1714–15 to 27 Sept. 1717 12,852 14 1
the Dragon; 26 July 1715 to 11 Nov. 1717 9,506 11 0
the Dartmouth; 30 Jan. 1716–17 to 9 Dec. 1717 4,055 13 0
the Dublin yacht; 1 Jan. 1712 to 30 Sept. 1716 nil
the Elizabeth; 11 Aug. 1713 to 8 Jan. 1716–17 13,055 5 6
the Exeter; 26 July 1715 to 19 Dec. 1717 12,516 16 2
the Falkland; 8 Jan. 1714–15 to 4 Jan. 1716–17 6,479 14 1
the Falmouth; 25 Feb. 1715–16 to 21 Aug. 1717 6,429 18 5
the Fox; 5 April 1715 to 27 June 1717 3,739 0 3
the Gloucester; 5 Feb. 1714–15 to 10 Dec. 1717 12,359 3 9
the Guarland; 11 Oct. 1715 to 22 Feb. 1716–17 3,089 16 9
the Gibralter; 17 Feb. 1714–15 to 29 Jan. 1716–17 3,234 6 7
the Griffin fireship; 27 Feb. 1716–17 to 26 Sept. 1717 552 15 1
the Guarland fireship; 26 Feb. 1716–17 to 26 Sept. 1717 559 12 8
the Hampshire; 4 March 1714–15 to 2 Dec. 1717 11,595 2 3
the Hind; 31 Dec. 1711 to 22 July 1717 8,748 1 8
the Henrietta; 1 July 1708 to 31 July 1714 3,545 8 8
the Jersey; 22 Sept. 1716 to 26 Dec. 1717 5,216 10 7
the Lyon; 31 Dec. 1714 to 28 Feb. 1716 12,228 18 10
the Loo hospital ship; 14 March 1716–17 to 5 Dec. 1717 1,027 2 4
the Monk; 9 May 1711 to 28 Jan. 1716–17 16,687 17 4
the Montague; 1 March 1716–17 to 19 Dec. 1717 4,684 4 2
the Mary yacht; 1 July 1708 to 31 July 1714 3,676 11 3
the Norfolk; 9 March 1714–15 to 21 Sept. 1716 6,515 9 8
the Oxford; 18 Jan. 1714–15 to 30 May 1717 8,461 0 4
the Orford; 26 July 1715 to 6 Dec. 1717 10,424 4 3
the Royal Oak; 11 Feb. 1716 to 4 Dec. 1717 5,634 5 0
the Panther; 1 Feb. 1716 to 16 Dec. 1717 4,007 14 9
the Rose; 25 April 1712 to 14 Oct. 1717 7,476 18 0
the Roebuck; 7 Feb. 1714–15 to 10 Aug. 1717 6,340 3 11
the Rochester; 13 April 1716 to 17 May 1717 4,333 18 11
the Shrewsbury; 5 March 1715–16 to 13 Aug. 1717 10,394 4 2
the Solebay; 21 Aug. 1711 to 10 Aug. 1717 10,097 9 1
the Suberbe (sic); 6 March 1715–16 to 19 Oct. 1717 8,800 15 3
the Success storeship; 23 Aug. 1716 to 21 Sept. 1717 1,598 17 4
the Valure; 10 Jan. 1710–11 to 14 Jan. 1716–17 9,408 7
the Worcester; 18 Feb. 1714–15 to 23 Dec. 1717 12,183 7 2
the Weymouth; 12 March 1714–15 to 31 Jan. 1716–17 7,012 3 10
the Yarmouth; 11 Jan. 1714–15 to 25 Sept. 1717 9,281 14 9
the York; 13 March 1715–16 to 17 Dec. 1717 9,534 5 1
the King George tender; 6 March 1716–17 to 20 Nov. 1717 119 9 3
the North Foreland sloop, a tender; same time 88 13 5
the William and Sarah brigantine; 8 March 1716–17 to 4 Dec. 1717 102 16 5
388,180 12
wages and entertainments of Officers and others employed in the Dockyards and Ropeyards:
Deptford in ordinary (James Beverley, clerk of the Checque), 1 Oct. 1715 to 30 Sept. 1716
4,373 1 0
Woolwich in ordinary (Daniel Wiseman, ditto); same time 3,614 8 11
Chatham in ordinary (Thomas Pool Parmiter, ditto); same time 14,005 6 1
Sheerness in ordinary (William Hogg, ditto); same time 3,027 8 1
Portsmouth in ordinary (Richard Hale, ditto); same time 11,290 3 11
Plymouth in ordinary (Robert Frost, master-attendant); same time 4,883 18 3
41,194 6 3
Portmahon in ordinary (Elias Best and others); 1 Jan. 1715–16 to 31 Dec. 1716 132 1 6
Lisbon in ordinary (same); 1 Jan. 1716–17 to 30 June 1717 57 16 1
189 17 7
Deptford in extraordinary (Joseph Whitman and others); 1 Oct. 1715 to 30 Sept. 1716 20,935 11 1
Woolwich in extraordinary (Thomas Aldridge and others); same time 20,309 16 7
Chatham in extraordinary (Thomas Smith and others); same time 28,067 7 5
Sheerness in extraordinary (George Richardson and others); same time 6,961 14 7
Portsmouth in extraordinary (Thomas Bucknall and others); same time 38,147 7 2
Plymouth in extraordinary (Thomas Gibbs and others); same time 12,155 10 8
126,577 7 6
Portmahon in extraordinary (Daniel Furzer and others); 1 Jan. 1715–16 to 31 Dec. 1716 500 1 9
Lisbon in extraordinary (same); 1 Jan. 1716–17 to 30 June 1717 150 5 4
650 7 1
Woolwich ropeyard (John Quelch and others); 1 Oct. 1715 to 30 Sept. 1716 3,993 18 3
Chatham ropeyard (Thomas Adams and others); same time 3,621 10 4
Portsmouth ropeyard (Thomas Melmerby clerk, and others); same time 2,744 1 3
Hamoze ropeyard (Robert Young, clerk, and others); same time 1,960 5 5
12,319 15 3
(total for the dockyards and ropeyards 180,931l. 13s. 8d.)
several surgeons etc. for curing and subsisting sick and wounded seamen:
Woolwich: William Ellis, surgeon, and John Hughes, William Dubbins etc., undertakers; 30 Sept. 1715 to 30 Sept. 1716
335 5 10
Rochester: Oliver Bickley, surgeon, and Thomas Knackston, undertaker; same time 2,331 7 7
Gosport: Robert Heart, surgeon, and Thomas Grave, undertaker; same time 574 19 8
Deal: Edward St. Leger, surgeon, and William Frame, John White and John Wraight, successively undertakers; same time 324 16 8
Plymouth: Nicholas Winston, surgeon, and Samuel Slater, undertaker; same time 103 10 2
Portmahon: George Turberville, surgeon, and Francis Whitworth and William Corbet, successively undertakers, 1 April 1714 to 19 May 1716 1,451 3 7
Kingsale: Moses La Croix, surgeon, and several undertakers; 30 Sept. 1714 to 1 Jan. 1714–15 and 31 March 1715 to 1 Oct. 1716 144 17 3
5,266 0 9
(total for the Navy as above 831.442l. 1s.d.)
money paid for satisfying the Interest due from the Public to the Proprietors of the South Sea Company's Stock for the year 1717 94,572 5 10
on accompt of the Victualling:
Emptions and provisions, detailed
99,065 14 2
carriage 22 8 8
moneys due to several pursers, masters of ships etc., detailed, for the balance of their victualling accounts 12,382 14 3
workmanship, detailed 1,518 6 11
hire and freight 2,703 13 6
disbursements, detailed 2,373 7 9
salaries of the Commissioners for Victualling etc.: Denzil Onslow, Thomas Reynolds, Thomas Bere, Robert Arris, Peter Jeyes, Henry Vincent, Waller Bacon, Commissioners, at 400l. per an. each (the last named for three quarters only); Sprig Manesty, Secretary; John Silvester, muster master; Stephen Thomson, master cooper; clerks etc.; detailed with names 5,406 7 11
rents, detailed 312 10 7
wages, detailed 13,349 4 8
necessary and extraordinary necessary money 6,005 18 11
short allowance money 16,492 16 4
travelling charges 561 5 8
160,194 9 4
ordinary allowances: Exchequer fees 6l. 13s. 4d.; the Accomptant for charges of passing the Accompt 16l. 13s. 4d.; Thomas Hawes, for charges etc. 42l. 10s. 65 16 8
total payments and allowances £1,086,274 12 11¼
and so remains 675,165 18
whereof depending on several persons for money imprested for victualling the Navy as in the previous Accompt 2,400 1 8
and so this Accomptant is Indebted 672,765 16 11¼
Declared at the Treasury 8 January 1719–20 and at the Exchequer 18 January 1719–20.