Declared Accounts
Ordnance

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'Declared Accounts: Ordnance', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 24: 1710 (1952), pp. CLXXXIX-CXC. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=85697 Date accessed: 22 August 2014.


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Ordnance

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ORDNANCE.
PIPE: 2695.
THE HON. HARRY MORDAUNT, Treasurer and Paymaster of the Ordnance.
30 June 1709 to 30 June 1710.
Charge.£s.d.£s.d.
Remains in this accomptant's hands at the determination of his last preceding account ended 30 June 1709201,9034
depending upon certain persons particularly named among the Supers in the said accompt414,40968
total arrears616,31211
Receipts: money out of the Exchequer:
Easter term 8 Anne3199
Michaelmas term 8–9 Anne158,7061010
Easter term 9 Anne83,4591610
Easter term 9 Anne18,00017
260,48614
voluntary charge for stores sold and several other occasions2,876163
total charge and receipt£879,6762
Discharge.£s.d.
wages and entertainment of the Principal Officers of the Ordnance; and clerks, armourers, storekeepers, engineers on the Quarter Books of the Office of Ordnance: detailed15,14117
emptions and provisions bought into the Stores: detailed61,97562
cleaning and repairing of arms3,5611010
repairs done to several of her Majesty's Castles and forts: detailed13,6633
disbursements of various natures (repairs to ships' [gun] carriages, powder, barracks &c.)6,730109
payments for the service of her Majesty's Trains of Artillery, for subsistence and clearings and for contingencies of the Train, suits for gunners, for Matrosses and Pioneers of the Flanders Train, blue cloth for the 20 watermen belonging to the Ordnance Office; hats for the service in Spain &c9,87511
land and water carriage of the stores22,14216
salaries and allowances, detailed, by debentures11,5544
travelling charges2,093122
rent1,065100
rewards detailed90868
total of payments and allowances£148,712811¼
and so Remains 730,963l. 8s. 2d.
against which£s.d.
Depending on persons detailed for moneys imprested:
31 March 1673 to June 30 following1,85100
30 June 1673 to 30 June 16742,01300
30 June 1674 to 30 June 167532000
30 June 1675 to 30 June 16768000
30 June 1676 to 30 June 167717000
30 June 1677 to 30 June 16786,71500
30 June 1678 to 30 June 167991500
30 June 1679 to 30 June 16804,14882
30 June 1680 to 30 June 16811,51624
30 June 1681 to 30 June 168213500
30 June 1682 to 30 June 16838500
30 June 1683 to 30 June 168453934
30 June 1684 to 30 June 16851,53200
30 June 1685 to 30 June 1686305100
30 June 1686 to 30 June 16871,062011
30 June 1687 to 30 June 168892868
30 June 1688 to 30 June 16891,710142
30 June 1689 to 30 June 16908,039148
30 June 1690 to 30 June 16914,87711
30 June 1691 to 30 June 16921,26550
30 June 1692 to 30 June 1693553168
30 June 1693 to 30 June 169475114
30 June 1694 to 30 June 16951,39233
30 June 1695 to 30 June 16961,799140
30 June 1696 to 30 June 16972,324168
30 June 1697 to 30 June 169828231
30 June 1698 to 30 June 16992,6281
30 June 1699 to 30 June 17002,272162
30 June 1700 to 30 June 1701260160
30 June 1701 to 30 June 17027,35615
30 June 1702 to 30 June 17039,29938
30 June 1702 to 30 June 170336000
30 June 1703 to 30 June 17045,3477
30 June 1704 to 30 June 17058,63917
30 June 1705 to 30 June 170650,7157
30 June 1706 to 30 June 170757,0928
30 June 1707 to 30 June 170899,36910
30 June 1708 to 30 June 170999,725111
30 June 1709 to 30 June 1710, within the time of this accompt108,01519
total imprests£497,69518
And so this accomptant on the determination of this accompt is indebted 233,267l. 14s. 4¼d.
Declared 7 Dec. 1714.