Corrigenda to Declared Accounts

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'Corrigenda to Declared Accounts', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 24: 1710 (1952), pp. CCLXXIX-CCXCII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=85711 Date accessed: 26 November 2014.


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Corrigenda to Declared Accounts

Page cxxix, delte the Heading "APPENDIX II".

E351/97

Page cxxx, line 16 from foot, after "Chief" add "for himself, three Aides de Camp, secretary, physician, surgeon and chaplain".

Add between line 16 and line 15 from foot "this Accomptant 365 0 0".

” cxxxi, line 25 from foot, after "1,680 men" add "with four grenadier companies of officers and 280 men".

” cxxxii, line 11 (Sterling Castle), read "4,091 0 10".

line 20 (Cinque Ports), read "1,113 0 0".

line 34 (Scarborough), read "46 8 0".

line 9 from foot, after "Bank of England" read "5,634 12 11".

” cxxxiii, line 27, after "Ferrabosco" read "1,125 0 0".

line 29, read "14,929 17 9".

E351/387

Page cxxxiv, line 19, after "Easter term 9 Anne" read "466,443 4 8½".

line 4 from foot add "with their eighteen Aides de Camp".

last line, add "with their four Aides de Camp".

after last line add:

”six Brigadiers (Gilbert Primrose, Joseph Sabine, William Evans, George Kellum, Charles Sybourg, the Earl of Orrery) 3,285 0 0"

” cxxxv, line 3, read "eight Majors of Brigade (Claudius Testefolle, John Looker, Charles Cathcart and George Keene succeeding him, Thomas Whitney, Archibald Hamilton, John Ligoniere, Edward Wolfe, George Grove and William Congreve preceding him)".

” cxxxvi, line 12 from foot, read "dated 24 Feb. 1703".

Page cxxxix, line 36, after "1710" add "and of the douceur granted Jan. 1709–10".

line 18 from foot, read "343 2 8"

line 4 from foot, for "2,506 17 7¾" read "2,506 17 7 3/7".

” cxli, line 25 (total for forage, etc.), take "257,706l. 5s. 4 1/7d." out of column and join up with "extraordinaries"

” cxlii, lines 18 and 19, read "total ... Foreign Princes 540387l. 18s. 6½d." (out of column) and delete totalling line above line 18.

” cxliii, line 16, for "paid" read "repaid 540l.".

line 29 from foot, after "Thames" add "and Harwich"

” cxliv, line 26, read "charges for 1706 and the sum of 22l. 3s. 3d. for 1707".

E351/396

Page cxliv, line 5 from foot, read "59,645 10 4".

” cxlv, line 11, read "34,860 0 5".

line 12, read "1,972 18 3½".

line 32, read "1,168 14 8½".

line 25 from foot, after "Commander in Chief" add "and three Aides de Camp".

line 24 from foot, for "Maj. Gen." read "Lieut.-Gen. (formerly Major Gen.)" and add after "Carpenter", "as Maj. Gen. with one Aide de Camp for 182 days (455l.) and as Lieut. Gen. with two Aides de Camp for 183 days (915l.)".

line 23 from foot, after "Wills" add "and his Aide de Camp"

line 22 from foot, for "Brig. Gen." read "Maj. Gen. (formerly Brig. Gen.)" and add after "Pepper", "as Brig. Gen. for 182 days and as Maj. Gen. with one Aide de Camp for 183 days".

line 21 from foot, after "Wade" add "and his Brigade Major"

line 20 from foot, after "Lepell" add "and his Brigade Major (from 1 Jan. 1709–10)"

line 19 from foot, after "Bland" add "as Brigade Major (from 13 May 1710)".

line 18 from foot, after "Wyvill" add "as Brigade Major".

Page cxlviii, line 23, for "draft mule" read "draught and mule".

last line, for "2,356 15 5½" read "2,365 15 5½".

” cl, after line 34 (129068 7 8¾) add "(total for the troops of the King of Spain and for extraordinary contingencies 273428l. 12s. 0¾d.)".

line 10 from foot, for "Desqruzelliers" read "Desgruzelliers".

line 3 from foot, read "Lieut. Peter Bradshaw of Count Nassau's Regiment for the loss of his equipage in the campaign of 1709".

” cli, line 13, after "Bellaguer" add "47 10 0".

line 18 for "for clothing prisoners" read "for reclothing prisoners of his Regiment who returned from the enemy naked".

line 5 from foot, for "Brig." read "Maj. Gen. (formerly Brig.)" and for "(18 mules)" read "(12 mules to 30 June 1710 and thereafter 18 mules)".

line 4 from foot, after "12 mules" read "+ 2 for his Brigade Major)".

line 3 from foot, for "(12 mules)" read "(do.)".

” clii, line 3, after "Bland" read "as Major of Brigade from 13 May 1710"."

line 7, read "Arent Furley as Secretary to the Commander in Chief (six mules) and Peter Geneste as Surgeon (two mules)"

last line, after "Foot" add "(450 men)".

” cliii, line 3, after "Bretton's" add "(451 men)"

line 11 for "Watts" read "Batts".

line 33 from foot, for "2,799 10 0" read "2,794 10 0".

line 28 from foot, after "1 May 1710" add "with two Aides de Camp".

line 25 from foot, after "22 Feb. 1709–10" add "with one Aide de Camp".

line 22 from foot, after "Brig. Gen." add "to 31 Dec. 1709 and thereafter as Maj. Gen. with one Aide de Camp".

line 20 from foot, after "Major Gen." add "with one Aide de Camp".

line 19 from foot, after "Major Gen." add "with one Aide de Camp".

Page cliv, line 17, for "Keats" read "Keate".

line 28, for "1,864 3 4" read "1,764 3 4".

line 29 from foot, for "Earle" read "Carle".

” clv, line 29, read "393 19 8".

line 32, for "Eason" read "Cason".

line 31 from foot, for "for three dead men" read "for three men from his Regiment drafted for Spain who died before being distributed to Regiments there".

line 19 from foot, after "General", read "for his allowance from 24 Feb. 1708–9 and for his travelling charges going to the enemy".

line 16 from foot, read "25 2 7½".

line 4 from foot, after "Stevensone" add "paid to Cornet Malide".

line 2 from foot, for "for stockings" read "same for shoes and stockings".

” clvi, line 5 after "15 April" add "1707".

line 7, after "Regiment" read "and one Quartermaster (unnamed) from the same date".

” clviii, line 20, for "399,638 16 7½" read "399,634 16 7½".

line 27, for "332 0 0" read "322 0 0".

” clix, line 23, for "Amyoc" read "Amyot"

line 24 from foot, for "145 0 0" read "151 5 0".

last line, for "53,831l. 3s. 0d." read "53,851l. 3s. 0d.".

” clx, line 24, for "2,498 2 5" read "2,398 2 5"

” clxi, line 8, for "Richard" read "Richards".

line 16, for "John Durand" read "Col. Durand".

lines 19 and 20, transpose "475 0 0" and "1,847 3 11¼".

line 31 from foot, for "2,067 13 10½" read "2,067 13 10¼".

last line, for "522 3 10" read "522 2 10".

” clxii, line 22, for "2,687 9 0" read "2,687 4 11".

lines 25–21 from foot, "ditto for barley" to "1,832 8 4" transpose between lines 31 and 30 from foot under "Brig. Roger Eliot's bill—Gibraltar .. 1,338 11 6¾".

” clxiii between line 6 and line 5 from foot, add "20l. to Capt. Carelton [Carleton]: on his pay. 150l. to Mr. Douglass: on his pay as Commissary of Stores".

” clxiv, line 2, for "lost" read "destroyed by the enemy and for wear of shoes and stockings".

line 15, after "Ech" add "transported to Catalonia".

E351/400

Page clxiv, line 4 from foot, for "232 19 0" read "232 1 7".

” clxvi, line 21, for "1,366 9 3" read "1,376 9 3*" and add footnote, "*The Roll has 1,366 9 3 but the details add up correctly to 1376 9 3 which is the total required". The Audit Office Roll [A.O.1/324/1284] has the same mistake.

line 25, for "Danrothes" read "Danroches".

after line 32, "35 15 7½" add in righthand column "2,667 5 6¾" with totalling line below, above "144,281 15 1¾".

” clxvii, line 24, for "96 0 0" read "416 0 0".

A.O.1/2307/16

Page clxix, line 9, read "money received of several persons in lieu of 80 tallies on the Land Tax for 1710 and 60 tallies on the Land Tax for 1708".

line 13, for "28 Jan." read "27 Feb.".

last line, add "Also for 197,221l. 10s. 6¼d. on the preceding accompt".

A later note states that these accompts have been delivered to Mr. Auditor Harley.

A.O.1/1727/151

Page clxx, after line 27 add "damaged provisions sold, etc. 1,435 4 0¼".

after "Discharge" (line 17 from foot) on new line add "Navy Accompt".

” clxxi, line 6, for "528 15 0" read "2361 5 0".

after line 28 add "flag pay and table money detailed 11,872 15 0".

line 26 from foot ("Anne hoy") read "Feb. 1709—Nov. 1710".

Note that double dates have not been given, e.g., Feb. 1709 will mean Feb. 1709–10 but "Content, hulk—March 1710" is correct (line 12 from foot) so line 13 of page clxxii ("Humber") but "Oxford" (page clxxii, line 25 from foot) is to March 1709–10.

” clxxii, line 18 ("Isabella"), for "June 1707" read "Jan.".

line 21, for "James" read "Jane".

” clxxiii, line 14 ("Sarah pink"), for "409 12 5" read "89 12 5".

line 19, read "Jan.—Oct. 1710" (Jan. 1709 being Jan. 1709–10).

Page clxxiii, line 21, for "Valour .. 992 0 8" read "Valeur 992 1 1".

line 22, for "1,763 0 0" read "1,763 5 3¾".

line 37, after "etc." dele. "or".

before last line insert "total on Navy Accompt 1,247,864l. 4s. 8d.", then on new line "Victualling Accompt".

” clxxiv, line 15, transpose "total Victualling 431,911l. 12s. 4d." to come after line 22 ("travelling charges").

E351/2567

Page clxxiv, line 20 from foot (Remains), for "1,765 19 11" read "10,765 19 11".

” clxxv, line 21 (Weymouth), for "635 19 3" read "735 19 3".

line 21 from foot (Bristol), for "38 2 9" read "45 2 9".

” clxxvi, after line 5 add in second column of figures above

”50,910 9 7¼" "10,747 19 2¼".

E351/2539

Page clxxvii, line 3 from foot, for "Manley" read "Henley".

” clxxviii, line 34, for "Mocquart" read "Hocquart".

line 35 read "Birmingham" [Berringhem or Berringhen].

line 36 (Rosignole), for "901 1 4" read "961 1 4".

between lines 24 and 23 from foot insert

”(total received for the produce of prizes, etc. above-mentioned 5065l. 17s. 5¼d.)".

lines 20 from foot to 15 from foot, read "late Agent at Bideford," "late Sub Commissioners at Portsmouth", "ditto at Dover" "late Agent at Deal, Ramsgate and Margate".

line 4 from foot, read "Giles Wheeler, ditto at Newfoundland 290 18 0

James 'Smith, ditto in the Grand Fleet in the Mediterranean 186 10 0".

” clxxix, line 17, for "Manley" read "Henley".

line 5 from foot, for "0 2 1¼" read "1 5 1¼".

” clxxx, after line 12 ("212 10 4½") add "money unpaid to several captors of prizes (prizes detailed) for gun money 249 4 9¼".

line 20, for "Mocquart" read "Hocquart".

Page clxxx, line 22, add "[here called Le Berringhen]".

above line 14 from foot (after "212 12 7¾"), add "(total unclaimed by captors of prizes and forfeited to Greenwich Hospital, 1209l. 14s. 4¼d.)".

” clxxxi, line 12, for "Mocquart" read "Hocquart"; so also line 23 from foot.

line 16, read 234 18 0.

line 29 from foot, for "4,591 3 11½" read "4,591 4 11½".

” clxxxii, line 15 from foot, for 1709–10 read 1708–9.

E351/2547

Page clxxxiii, line 11, for "John Burrard" read "Paul Burrard".

above line 24 from foot, after "935 14 10" insert "money received on account of the Jesus Maria Joseph 967 9 6¾.

captors' shares remaining unpaid 122 7 9" [followed by totalling line, as now under "935 14 10"].

above line 12 from foot, after "1669 12 4" (and before line), add "received for 'embezilments' of the Great Peter 47 10 3

for captors' shares remaining unpaid on several prizes 668 11 8

do. on the moiety of the Nostra Seignora de Caridad 57 5 1½".

lines 24 and 12 from foot, delete "&c." in both cases.

” clxxxiv, line 19, for "Mocquert" read "Hocquert".

line 20, read "Birmingham [Berringhen] privateer".

above line 19 from foot ("1407 6 5¼") add "Anthony Ellis, ditto at Yarmouth, 2 9 9".

” clxxxv, line 19, add within bracket before "John Colman", "William Roche, late Agent at Plymouth; William Kelly, ditto at Barbados; Paul Burrard and John Sands, late Sub-Commissioners at Portsmouth; Edward Knatchbull and John Chetwind, ditto at Dover; Samuel Powell, late Agent at Ramsgate; Ellis Terrill, ditto at Lisbon; Charles Powell, ditto at Barcelona; Nathaniel Harrison, ditto at Virginia".

line 20 from foot, "City of Piombino"—no Italics.

line 19 from foot, after "the said last ship" add "[Enterprise]".

A.O.1/1829/539

” clxxxvii, last line, for "57 18 1" read "67 18 1".

E351/2695

Page cxc, line 14, for "730,963l. 8s. 2d." read "730,963l. 13s. 2d.".

line 37 from foot, for "4,148 8 2" read "4,548 8 2".

line 21 from foot, for "1,799 14 0" read "1,799 14 5".

line 18 from foot, for "2,628 1 9½" read "2,728 1 9½".

E351/562

Page cxci, line 25 from foot, for "25" read "24".

line 12 from foot, for "199 13 0" read "199 10 0".

” cxcii, above line 21 from foot, (Peter Walton) insert "allowances on warrants under the Queen's sign manual:"

above line 9 from foot, after "chamber" insert "(total on Warrants under the Queen's sign manual 882l. 18s. 5¾d.)".

lines 8 from foot et seq., transpose and amend to read:

”stationery bills signed by the Principal Secretary of State 1,708 6 1".

”allowances on warrants signed by the Lords of the Council:"

and after "more to John Cocks 64 3 4" add "(total on Warrants by the Lords of the Council 226l. 13s. 4d.)".

” cxciii, line 3, read "allowances on the Lord Chamberlain's warrants:

travelling charges to Physicians, Surgeons, Ushers, Yeomen, Pages etc., detailed 1,397 9 3".

after line 38 (between "Revd. Andrew ... 15 0 0" and "bills ... detailed 3562 16 0") add "(total on the Lord Chamberlain's warrants 2259l. 1s. 9d.)".

line 8 from foot, for "27 March 1713–14" read "27 March 1713".

E351/1767

Page cxcv, line 19, for "780 8 0" read "780 0 8¼".

E351/3315

Page cxcvi, line 19, for "130 6 10¾" read "130 11 10¾".

” cxcvii, line 12, for "287 7 6" read "287 6 0".

line 25, for "buildings, stores" read "buildings and stores".

between lines 10 and 9 from foot, after "362 17 9" add "Charles Fisher for water carriage of workmen and provisions for the works 26 5 0".

E351/3135

Page cxcviii, line 5 from foot, for "13,155 18 6" read "14,155 18 6".

” cxcix, line 8, "Jacob Davison" may be "James Davison".

line 16, for "tapetarius" read "tapetiarius".

line 28, for "white cloth" read "for cleaning white cloth".

(pro purgatione, dealbatione et compressione.. albi panni.)

line 34, for "viginal" read "vigilant'".

line 30 from foot, read "[Thomas] Waldron".

line 29 from foot, for "sutrex" read "sutrix".

line 27 from foot, read:

”John Warner, magister barcarum to the Queen 9 12 0

Christopher Hill, magister barcarum to the Queen's late consort 9 12 0".

line 25 from foot, stet "(,)" after "Crofts" but dele. "(,)" after "magister".

line 18 from foot, for "bibliopolius" read "bibliopolæ".

line 15 from foot, for "Carolo" read "Charles".

line 14 from foot, for "Ellvington" read "Ellrington".

” cc, line 12, for "418 18 0" read "98 18 0".

E351/950

Page cci, line 29 from foot, for "47,855 0 3½" read "47,855 3 0½".

line 22 from foot, for "15,570 3 7¾" read "15,670 3 7¾".

” ccii, line 10, for "107l. 11s. 11d." read "2,071 11 11".

line 15 (Barnstaple), for "3,083 14 5¾" read "2,083 14 5¾".

line 23 (Chester), for "1,731 8 0½" read "1,731 0 8½".

line 34 from foot (Gloucester), for "2 8 3" read "2 8 2".

line 26 from foot (Looe), for "570 0 5¼" read "570 0 5¾".

line 8 from foot (Sandwich), for "67 10 0¾" read "67 0 10¾".

N.B.—Columns are wrong; 297,491 4 9½ should be on extreme right: 4 1 8½ et seqq. under the lefthand ? s. d.: there is at present no £ s. d. sign above these figures.

Page cciii, line 22, for "35,364l. 4s. 9½d." read "35,364l. 4s. 9d.

” cciv, line 30 from foot, for "200l. 19s. 6½d." read "300l. 19s. 6½d."

line 19 from foot (Bristol), for "1,511 18 7" read "1,511 14 7".

line 18 from foot (Bydeford), for "263 3 7" read "263 3 7¾".

” ccv, line 27 from foot (Barnstaple), for "14 19 2¼" read "13 19 2¼".

” ccviii, line 30 from foot (Southampton), for "210 17 4¾" read "210 17 3¾".

between line 28 and line 27 from foot, add "Swanzey 1 13 4".

line 23 from foot (Whitehaven), for "333 16 3" read "333 16 3½".

” ccix, line 16 from foot (Yarmouth), for "235 11 3" read "235 11 3½".

” ccx, line 19, read "total for the new Duty on Tea, Coffee, etc., 25,952 9 4½" and in line 16 from foot after "69,832l. 2s. 4½d." add "and for the combined Duties 95,748l. 11s. 8¾d."

lines 30 and 31, for "2,055l. 2s. 3d." read "2,055l. 2s. 3½d."

” ccxii, line 20 from foot (St. Ives), for "0 4 3" read "4 3 0".

” ccxiii, line 26 from foot, for "14,406 6 5½" read "14,406 5 0½".

” ccxiv, line 25, for "83,367 0 4" read "83,367 4 0".

” ccxv, line 16 (Padstow), for "16 13 3" read "16 14 3".

” ccxvi, line 32 (Liverpool), for "6 0 8" read "0 6 8".

” ccxvii, line 8 (Hull), for "28 8 5½" read "33 8 5½".

line 24 (Penryn), for "48 5 8" read "48 5 8¾".

line 23 from foot, for "4,366 3 3¼" read "4,366 4 3¼".

line 13 from foot (Liverpool), for "97 12 5¾" read "417 12 5¾".

” ccxviii, line 16 from foot (Rye), for "134 9 9" read "134 9 9¾".

” ccxix, line 34 from foot (Harwich), for "0 0 3½" read "0 3 0½".

” ccxx, lines 6 and 7, delete brackets and read "Allowance" flush with "Outports".

Page ccxx, line 8, "(total—134,764l. 18s. 9½d.)" should be on page ccxxiv after line 11.

line 7 from foot (Cowes), for "194 19 8¼" read "294 19 8¼".

line 2 from foot, for "Hull" read "allowances for corn exported (Hull 188l. 18s. 6d., Lynn 326l. 3s. 0d., Stockton 101l. 10s. 0d.) 616 11 6".

” ccxxi, line 17 from foot (Bristol), for "6,687 14 6½" read "6,687 14 6¾".

line 7 from foot (Liverpool), for "5,789 10 8½" read "5,889 10 8½".

” ccxxiii, line 17 from foot, for "(in 30 ports, detailed)" read "(in 28 ports, detailed, 31 entries)".

line 15 from foot, for "779 0 8" read "879 0 8".

line 8 from foot, for "(in 30 ports, detailed)" read "(in 29 ports, detailed, 32 entries)".

” ccxxiv, after line 11, see correction to p. ccxx, line 8.

line 25, for "2,987 12 3¾" read "29,870 12 3¾".

” ccxxv, line 4, for "157 12 8¼" read "657 12 8¼".

line 9, for "£504,060 11 1¾" read "£500,460 11 1¾".

E351/1111

Page ccxxvi, line 7, for "298,107 18 1" read "298,107 18 1¾".

line 15, for "96,807 6 0½" read "96,807 0 6½".

lines 27 and 28, for "65,343 13 7¼" read "613 6 1¾" and for "88,640 15 3½" read "65,343 13 7¼".

line 15 from foot, for "27 12 7" read "27 12 7½".

line 7 from foot, for "Outports, detailed 7,231 17 10¾" read "London

port6,80887½"
"Outports, detailed42393¼"
7,2311710¾

” ccxxvii, line 25, for "678 4 10" read "878 4 10".

after line 34 add "(total Receipts as above, 1,248,428l. 18s. 4¼d.)".

” ccxxviii, line 25, for "Carkes" read "Carkess".

” ccxxix, after line 12 "(incident charges London port)" add "(total payments and allowances as above 72,678l. 3s. 1¾d.)".

after line 17 add "(total repayments 273,354l. 4s. 6d.)"

Page ccxxx, line 12, for "10,895l. 1s. 6¼d." read "10,897l. 1s. 6½d.".

line 13, for "1714–15" read "1712–13".

E351/982

Page ccxxxi, line 6 (Liverpool), for "5,287 14 2¾" read "5,387 14 2¾".

line 28 from foot (Penryn), for "108 14 1" read "108 14 1½".

line 18 from foot (Chester), for "46 0 0" read "2 6 0".

” ccxxxii, line 25 from foot, (Plymouth), for "1,934 0 8" read "1,934 8 0".

line 23 from foot (Bristol), for "8,912 0 10½" read "8,941 0 10½".

before lines 37 from foot (Barnstaple) and 23 from foot (Bristol), insert respectively "[on the expired duty]" and "[on the growing duty]".

line 13 from foot (Bydiford), for 1,202 14 10¼" read "1,251 14 10¼".

” ccxxxiii, line 4 (Whitehaven), for "1,341 16 0" read "1,341 16 6".

line 12 (Weymouth), for "41 1 6" read "41 18 0".

E351/1237

Page ccxxxiv, line 3 (Sandwich), for "3 2 2" read "3 2 0".

line 4 (Weymouth), for "319 0 8" read "319 8 0".

line 11 from foot, for "350,777 1 9¼" read "350,777 1 9½".

E351/1013

Page ccxxxv, line 12, for "79,250 16 11¾" read "79,250 18 11¾".

line 34 from foot (Dover), for "451 13 11¾" read "451 8 11¾".

” ccxxxvi, line 9 (Bydeford), for "0 7 7¾" read "0 6 7¾".

line 35 for "14,682 0 9¼" read "14,682 9 0¼".

E351/1172

Page ccxl, line 27, for "Declared 23 March 1712" read "Declared 23 March 1712–13".

LIST OF OMITTED ACCOUNTS
TitleReferencePeriodAccountant
E.351A.O.1
Army: (Remitting money to Low Countries and Germany)204183/55525 May 1705–11 Aug. 1710Furnesse.
[See Vol. XXI, p. clxxix.]
Commissariat586566/4441707, 1708 and 1710Chetwynd (J.).
587566/4461 Aug. 1708–24 Feb. 1713/14Medlycott.
588566/44519 Oct. 1708–24 Feb. 1711 12Chetwynd (W.).
[These three Accounts will appear with others of a similar nature collected in Vol. XXV.]
Debentures1270845/25 June 1708–24 June 1712Jett.
Exchequer Bills (Money for discharging interest)1277867/1622 June 1709–24 June 1710Herne and Edwards.
Exchequer Bills (Trustees for advancing money for circulating Bills)1291866/1024 June 1709–24 June 1710Bateman et al.
Jewels and Plate195828 May 1709 (date of appointment)Smith and Hedges.
[The Voluntary Accompt of John Smith and Sir Charles Hedges appointed by the Prerogative Court of Canterbury as Administrators of the personal estate of Prince George of Denmark whereby they are charged with several sums received of divers persons arising by jewels, medals, coins, arms, plate and rights and credits due to the said Prince at the time of his death, total 53,153l. 0s. 11½d.; against which they are allowed for expenses of administration and funeral charges 15,229l. 17s. 11½d.; for a moiety of the personal estate (in jewels, medals, arms, silver plate, money, etc.) paid to the Queen 18,961l. 11s. 6d.; and for the other moiety paid into the Registry of the Prerogative Court 18,961l. 11s. 6d.; and so the Accomptants are quit; no inventory of the jewels, etc., is attached though allusion is made thereto; declared 27 June 1712.]
Lotteries, Annuities, etc.19841538/1529 Sept. 1709–29 Sept. 1710Humble.
Lotteries (Malt Lottery)19981542/4129 Sept. 1709–29 Sept. 1710Arnold.
Lotteries (Interest on purchase money of Annuities)20041541/3613 July 1710–5 May 1711Clayton.
Lotteries (Interest on National Debt)200513 July 1710–5 May 1711Clayton.
Lotteries (Monies Raised by Lotteries)20061543/431710–1712Maddocks et al.
Mint (Gold and Silver)21161634/2721 Jan. 1709–10–31 Dec. 1710Newton.
Mint (Tin bought in Cornwall and Devon)21381664/4441 Sept. 1709–25 Dec. 1710Corker.
Mint (Tin Affair) (Cornwall)21541665/45929 Sept. 1709–9 Oct. 1710Borlase and Gregor.
Mint (Tin Affair) (Devon)21551665/46025 Dec. 1709–25 Dec. 1710Quick.
Mint (Sale of Tin bought in Cornwall and Devon)217025 Dec. 1709–25 Dec. 1710Anstis.
Mint (Receivers and Disposers of Tin)21781669/48625 Dec. 1709–24 Dec. 1710Peyton, Newton and Ellis.
Mint (Wardens)1606/911 Jan. 1709 10–31 Dec. 1710Peyton.
Queen's Pensions27241923/725 Mar. 1709–25 Mar. 1711Compton.
[This Account will appear in Vol. XXV.]
Treasury Solicitor30182317/3615 Oct. 1709–15 Oct. 1710Borrett.
Works and Fortifications36152521/62023 Sept. 1708–26 Jan. 1711/12Petit.
Queen's Robes, Mistress of2067/10525 Mar. 1708–25 Mar. 1711Hodges and Thomas.
[See Vol. XXIII, p. ccxcvii.]