Auditor's Declaractions

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1931

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'Auditor's Declaractions', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 9: 1689-1692 (1931), pp. CCII-CCIII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104739 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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Auditor's Declaractions

[The Following Is The Only Existing Auditor's Declaration For The Period Of The Present Instalment Of Calendar.]
Exchequer : Auditor's Declarations.
Vol. 30 [now E 405 or 417].
March, 1689, to Easter, 1690.
l. s. d.
Cash remaining with four Tellers 84,632 5 10½
l. s. d.
Customs and Subsidies 157,206 7 0
Excise of beer, etc. 192,507 13 7
2s. per an. on each hearth (focar') 77,471 5 2
Post Office 28,185 16 0
Impositions on linen, sallic, brandy etc. 24,800 14
Impositions on wine and vinegar 17,246 11
Impositions on tobacco 50,576 13 10½
Additional Excise 54,488 16
Imposition for Charles II.'s servants 20,000 0 0
Present Aid 153,977 13 3
Poll 49,836 2 0
12d. per £ 422,021 16
2d. per £ 106,877 13 2
Additional Aid, 12d. per £ 53,038 16 6
Loans on present Aid 27,600 0 0
Loans on 12d. Aid 394,000 0 0
Loans on 2s. Aid 245,700 5 2
Loans on Additional Aid, 12d. 401,800 12 6
Loans on Customs and Subsidies 20,000 0 0
Loans on Excise 106,048 7 3
Loans on impositions for debt to States General 150,000 0 0
Coinage money 900 0 0
Loans regi et regine 19,803 13
[Licences for] sale of wine 3,335 13
First Fruits 300 0 0
Tenths of the clergy 4,496 15
Rents reserved 1,834 0 0
Fines of leases 25 5 0
Fines and amerciaments 3,791 15
Compositions in the Exchequer 11 15 0
Issues of Sheriffs of Counties 923 0 11
Issues of Sheriffs of Cities and Bailiffs of Liberties etc. 88 19
Rents of lands 79 3 4
Issues of jurors 10 0 0
Baronetage 85 4 10
Imprests repaid 1,026 12
Profic quadrant 2,500 0 0
2,793,609 8
£2,878,241 14 7
Payments By Warrant.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Privy Purse 12,500 0 0
Cofferer of the Household 27,510 8 0
Queen's Treasurer 23,000 0 0
Master of the Robes 5,120 1 3
Master of the Great Wardrobe 11,737 5
Treasurer of the Chamber 9,405 0 4
Master of the Horse 2,000 0 0
Superintendent of the Gardens 8,500 0 0
Paymaster of the Works 24,000 12 0
Treasurer of the Navy 441,596 18 6
Ordnance Office 95,513 4
Band of Gentlemen Pensioners 1,500 0 0
Master Worker of the Mint 3,000 0 0
President of the Privy Council 750 0 0
Keeper of the Privy Seal 736 0 0
King's Jeweller 6,010 0 0
King's Goldsmith 7,593 10 3
Ambassadors etc. 5,827 9 3
Secret service 49,044 8 0
Guards and Land Forces 958,701 0 4
Gifts etc, by general letters patent 7,420 8
Payments of extraordinary nature 14,772 3
States General 150,000 0 0
Repayments of loans and interest 827,302 7 2
Interest to Victuallers 85 18 9
Liveries of the Exchequer Court and Receipt 3,987 15
Annuities and salaries payable by privy seal and general dormant letters patent 16,472 11
Messengers of the Exchequer and of the Chamber 998 8 8
2,734,085 11
Wages, annuities and pensions paid by debentures 13,159 3 6
£2,747,244 15
Remains £130,996 19 4½
Followed by : Five pages of assignations, as follows :—
Assignations Made By Tallies Levied At The Receipt In The Said Half-Year.
l. s. d.
On the Excise 102,727 4 10
On the Customs 20,000 0 0
On the Tenths 3,712 10 0
On the First Fruits 3,000 0 0
On Fines of Alienations 750 0 0
On profits of the Hanaper 74 9 2
On baronetage 2,190 0 0
£132,254 4 0


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