Declared Accounts
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'Declared Accounts: Navy', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 27: 1713 (1955), pp. CLXIII-CLXXXV. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=86023 Date accessed: 20 October 2014.


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DECLARED ACCOUNTS: NAVY AND VICTUALLING.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2349 [E351/2349].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1729, ROLL 155 [A.O.1/1729/155].
Charles Cæsar, late Treasurer of the Navy Royal and of the Victualling.
1 January 1712–13 to 31 December 1713.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the Accomptant's hands upon the end of his last Accompt 1,282,009 4 8
depending on persons named at the foot of the said last Accompt 259,039 18 1
1,541,049 2 9
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term, 11 & 12 Anne, in further part of 1,000,000l. by privy seal of 12 Dec. 11 Anne 134,453 3
Easter term, 12 Anne, in full of the same 820,736 13
ditto, in part of 1,000,000l. by privy seal of 16 July 12 Anne 360,483 3
Michaelmas term, 12 & 13 Anne, in further part of the same 218,045 4 7
1,533,718 4 11½
supers and imprest bills paid by former Treasurers cleared within the time of this Accompt by defalking the like sums from the persons hereafter named:
in the time of Edward, Earl of Orford, as Navy Treasurer:
Lambert Blackwell 97 12 8
the same 112 11 0
Capt. Andrew Douglass 29 15 5
Lambert Blackwell 256 18 10
the same 172 18 7
Capt. Andrew Douglass 4 17 6
Robert Shales 126 18 4
the same 35 14 6
in the time of Sir Thomas Littleton, bt., ditto:
James Littleton 4 10 0
Sir Nicholas Trevanion 20 0 0
Capt. John Anderson 0 15 0
Thomas Netherton 10 3 3
James Moreing 22 6 8
the same 14 4 4
Capt. Robert Studeley 84 6 8
Capt. John Carlton 0 17 6
Capt. John Cooper 38 1 5
Capt. Robert Coleman 20 0 0
Thomas Poole Parmiter 22 5 4
John Baker 1,000 0 0
Capt. Robert Coleman 14 10 0
Capt. William Grey 19 15 2
Thomas Poole Parmiter 200 0 0
Capt. Nicholas Eaton 20 0 0
Thomas Poole Parmiter 200 0 0
the same 400 0 0
the same 200 0 0
the same 200 0 0
the same 200 0 0
Lord Forbes 3 0 0
Capt. John Lowin 5 0 0
James Cunningham 480 0 3
Capt. Robert Arris 25 0 0
in the time of Robert Walpole, ditto:
Richard Gibson 138 16 3
Capt. Richard Hughes 81 4 9
Edward Honeywood 19 4 0
the Watermen's Company 50 0 0
John Harrison 8 19 2
Capt. Philip Vanbrugh 7 2 7
the same 10 5 4
William Boswell 28 7 6
the same 100 0 0
Capt. Richard Hughes 177 7 0
Capt. Philip Vanbrugh 12 9 8
Capt. John Underdowne 2 6 5
Thomas Poole Parmiter 20 19 4
the same 100 0 0
the same 100 0 0
the same 100 0 0
the same 100 0 0
William Boswell 250 0 0
the same 200 0 0
Capt. Francis Dove 5 10 0
Capt. Coningsby Norbury 238 1 6
the same 68 14 7
Capt. Thomas Saunders 12 18 6
Capt. Philip Vanbrugh 2 10 0
Capt. Robert Studeley 4 19 11
Coningsby Norbury 85 8 0
William Boswell 250 0 0
the same 200 0 0
the same 150 0 0
Thomas Appleby 100 0 0
the same 497 3 9
the same 200 0 0
the same 200 0 0
Capt. Thomas Saunders 46 14 2
Thomas Poole Parmiter 100 0 0
Capt. George Martin 147 8 7
7,808 13 5
imprest bills paid by the South Sea Company and cleared within the time of this Accompt: George Fowler for rebuilding the ships Assistance and Orford, Capt. James Jesson, Francis Collins, Sir Thomas Webster, bt., Edward Haistwell and Capt. William Brown 11,113 12 0
money received for goods and provisions sold etc.: £ s. d.
for old stores sold 15,986 12 11
for abatements on bills 3,371 15 6
Robert Walpole for money remaining in his hands on the head of Wages 4,000 0 0
Thomas Micklethwaite, late Treasurer of Transports, in South Sea Stock 888 0 0
Richard Gibson, late Surgeon of the hired hospital ships, the Princess Anne and Martha 311 3 0
received in South Sea Stock 571,402 7
Robert Knight, Cashier to the South Sea Company, for dividends 25,012 7 4
the same for ditto 17,814 13 9
the South Sea Company for a dividend 9 6 8
for interest on 100,000 tallies on Malt 1711 11,584 18 4
ditto on 16,800 tallies on Malt 1713 50 12 7
abatements for dead men's clothes 3,373 5 11
for bedding supplied to men in sundry ships etc. 1,040 19
several ships' officers, indebted on their victualling accompts 1,889 16 11
abated for the value of stores lost, embezzled or damaged 314 2
abatements from persons taken up ‘stragling from their ships’ 160 19 10
abated for clothes supplied in sick quarters 807 12
sundry abatements made on the ships' books 1,580 18 10¾
abatements from yard books 51 12 6
defalcations for the Chest at Chatham 16,588 3
the like for the Hospital at Greenwich 11,587 16 10½
687,827 6 0
on accompt of the Victualling:
sums received within the time of this Accompt for the service of the Victualling:
Capt. Thomas Saunders, commander of the Seaford prize, to clear his imprest 196 0 0
several Officers indebted on their victualling accompts 1,018 6 8
for decayed provisions sold etc. 3,339 12
for old stores, sheep, hoggs, etc., sold 2,163 10 11¾
for decayed beer cast by survey within the time of its warranty 415 0 11½
William Craige, master of the Adriade, for provisions supplied the said ship 50 19
John Howe, for defraying the charge of 12 months provisions except beer and six months butter and cheese for the Garrison of Placentia 1,960 0 0
the interest of 400l. paid off, part of 1,000l. remaining in the Exchequer unassigned of 23,700 tallies on the Fourteenth 4s. Aid 43 8 11
William Walter, purser of the Revenge, being so much remaining of what he received at Genoa 6 Dec. 1706 for paying short allowance money 24 9
Thomas Perry, for twelve pipes of wine sent from Lisbon to England in 1706 380 11 6
abatements on bills 136 12 4
9,728 12
total charge and receipts £3,791,245 11 10
Discharge.
[on accompt of the Navy:]
Emptions and provisions, detailed 201,285 8 2
carriage etc. 10,720 3 2
interest of money borrowed from the Bank of England on deposit of tallies, South Sea Stock, etc. and on a loan from the Bank of 180,000l. and to George Fowler for an allowance of sums paid by him with the Imprest Bills for interest 13,382 5 11
free gifts to Surgeons for furnishing their medicine chests 2,980 12 1
salaries to the Principal Officers of the Admiralty and Navy and to their Clerks, etc.:
David, Earl of Weymis, Vice-Admiral of Scotland and Judge of the Admiralty there 1,000 0 0
Thomas, Earl of Strafford, as First Commissioner of the Admiralty at 2,000l. per an. additional for 1¼ years to Xmas 1713 and at 1,000l. per an. as a Lord Commissioner; same time 3,750 0 0
Sir John Leake, a Commissioner of the Admiralty and Rear-Admiral of Great Britain, with twelve servants; year to Michaelmas 1713 1,370 4 3
John Ayslabie, another Commissioner; ditto 1,000 0 0
Sir George Byng, ditto; ditto 1,000 0 0
George Clarke, ditto; 1¼ years to Xmas 1713 1,250 0 0
Sir William Drake, bt., ditto; year to Michaelmas 1713 1,000 0 0
Sir James Wishart, ditto; ditto 1,000 0 0
Sir Charles Hedges, President and Judge of the Admiralty Court; 1¼ years to Michaelmas 1713 1,000 0 0
Josiah Burchett, Secretary to the Lords Commissioners; same time 1,000 0 0
Dr. Henry Newton, Advocate General for the Office of Lord High Admiral of Great Britain; three quarters to Midsummer 1713 160 0 0
William Strahan, Judge Advocate of the Fleet; year to Michaelmas 1713 182 10 0
William Ettrick, Councillor at Law to the Admiralty and Navy, in lieu of fees; same time 100 0 0
John Warter, his Assistant, in lieu of fees for attendance, clerks, office, etc.; same time 400 0 0
Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy; 1¼ years to Xmas 1713 2,500 0 0
Sir Thomas Hopson and Sir William Gifford, George Tollett, Lawrence Wright, George St. Loe, Isaac Townsend, Samuel Hunter and Richard Edwards, Navy Commissioners; year to Michaelmas 1713 4,000 0 0
Sir Richard Haddock, Comptroller of the Navy; 1¼ years to Xmas 1713; with 625l. of the Royal Bounty 1,250 0 0
Thomas Jennings, Comptroller of the Storekeepers' Accompts of the Navy; same time 625 0 0
Dennis Lyddell, Comptroller of the Treasurers' Accompts of the Navy; same time 625 0 0
Benjamin Tymewell, Comptroller of the Victualling Accompts of the Navy; same time 625 0 0
Charles Sergison, Clerk of the Acts of the Navy; same time 625 0 0
Daniel Furzer and William Lee, Surveyors of the Navy; year to Michaelmas 1713 1,000 0 0
John Bridger, Surveyor General of the Woods in the Plantations on the Continent of America; 1¼ years to Midsummer 1713 250 0 0
Richard Burton, Paymaster to the Treasurer of the Navy; year to Michaelmas 1713 500 0 0
Francis Hawes, Accomptant to ditto; 1¼ years to Xmas 1713 500 0 0
Sir William Jumper, Superintendent at Chatham; 30 Sept. to 20 Oct. 1712; and 1l. 4s. 1d. for stationery 31 7 6
Christopher Myngs, Superintendent at Portsmouth; same time; and 18s. 1d. for stationery 31 1 6
John Hubbard, Superintendent at Plymouth; ditto 31 1 6
Edward Honywood, Deputy Judge Advocate; year to Xmas 1713 146 0 0
David Bartlett, Master Attendant of Lisbon Yard; half-year to Ladyday 1713 and to his discharge on 12 May 1713 126 7 5
Robert Frost, Master Attendant at Port Mahon; quarter to Michaelmas 1712 and thence to 16 Dec. 1712 94 16 6
Thomas Tiddeman, ditto; 20 June 1712 to 1 Oct. 1713 253 17 10
John Coaldam, late Master Attendant at Kinsale; 9 May 1713 to 1 Aug. 1713; and 10l. for conducting the St. David hulk to Woolwich 32 14 0
Adam Bateman, Master Shipwright at Lisbon; Mich. 1712 to 15 May 1713 128 0 5
Cornelius Purnell, Master Shipwright at Port Mahon; 17 July 1711 to 25 Dec. 1713 338 13 2
John Hayward, Master Shipwright at Kinsale; 9 to 17 May 1713 2 9 5
Samuel Steele, Clerk of the Survey at Lisbon; Xmas 1711 to 6 April 1712; and for an Instrument at 50l. per an.; same time 70 14 9
Jacob Griffin, clerk of the Checque at Kinsale; 9 May 1713 to Mich. 1713; and 5l. 13s. 8d. for paper and 3l. 15s. 9¾d. for rent 47 7 9
Thomas Warren, clerk of the Checque and Storekeeper at Deale; three quarters to Michaelmas 1713 with 9l. for sending daily lists of ships in the Downs to the Admiralty and Navy Board and 50l. as Muster Master and Storekeeper at Deal for the following quarter to Michaelmas 1713 171 10 0
George Atkins, Storekeeper at Port Mahone; Xmas quarter 1712 50 0 0
William Jones, Storekeeper to the Fleet at Lisbon; three quarters to Lady day 1713 150 0 0
Richard Maddocks, Storekeeper at Kinsale; 9 May to 30 May 1713 6 0 10
John Colquitt, as Storekeeper, Leith, and for keeping an accompt of convoys and cruizers 25 0 0
Robert Poulter, Clerk of the Survey at Lisbon; Mich. 1712 to 15 May 1713 145 14 9
clerks belonging to the Admiralty; John Fowler, Deputy to the Secretary, Edward Burt, Chief Clerk, and others; detailed 1,638 6 5
clerks to the Treasurer of the Navy; Michael Howen, Chief Clerk, and others; detailed 1,418 11 2
clerks to the Navy Commissioners; Charles Tollett, Chief Clerk, and others; detailed 715 13 1
clerks to the Comptroller of the Navy; John Clark and John Wrenn, Chief Clerks, and others; detailed 1,540 0 0
clerks to the Comptroller of the Navy Treasurer's Accompts, John Crawley, Head Clerk, and others; detailed 342 16 4
clerks to the Comptroller of the Storekeepers' Accompts; Thomas Jennings, junior, Head Clerk, and others; detailed 762 10 0
clerks to the Comptroller of the Victualling Accompts, William Prescott, Assistant, and others; detailed 806 14 7
clerks to the Surveyors of the Navy; detailed 367 4 11
clerks to the Clerk of the Acts, William Dale, Assistant, Samuel Percival, Head Clerk, and others; detailed 947 10 0
clerks to the Superintendents of the several yards; detailed 10 17 2
the Master Caulker at Kinsale, clerks, messengers etc.; detailed with names 1,210 11 8
38,356 6 11
pensions: Henry Killegrew (to 7 Nov. 1712 the day of his decease); Sir Edward Gregory, a late Naval Commissioner; Phineas Bowles, ditto; Mary Atkins, relict of Samuel Atkins, late Clerk of the Acts; Rebeccah Hayter, relict of Thomas Hayter, a late Navy Commissioner; Dame Anne St. George; John Hubbard, Christopher Myngs and Sir William Jumper, late Superintendents at Plymouth, Portsmouth and Chatham respectively; Martha Benbow; Capt. Anthony Tollet, for long service; John Fournier; Mary Carter; John Sayer, for Mary Nevill, formerly wife to Vice-Admiral Nevill and now wife of Col. Thomas Salisbury; Lady Arabella Wheeler; Belteshazar St. Mitchell; Sampson Bourne; William Batton; Lena Crowther; Frances Emmes and her three sisters, for the loss of their parents; Daniel Garrett; Dinah Johnson and her three sisters, for the loss of their father; Frances Kenny, for the loss of her husband; Jane Owen; Elizabeth Pedder; Mary Watkins; Dr. John Shadwell, for Elitheria Thomas and William Carter for the loss of their father; Sarah Long for the loss of her husband; Mary Martin, ditto; Hester Hollyman, ditto; Moses Jacqueau, late a French Sea Officer and refugee; Charles Stewart; Anne Shelton; Ellen Wrenn; Capt. Thomas Wilshaw; William Cotes, a superannuated boatswain; Mary Allen; Peter Gandy; Elizabeth Harman; Capt. Bartholomew Clements; Anne Pepwell, for the loss of her husband; Christian Castle, ditto; Cornelia Gallaway; John Marretts; Elizabeth, Anne, Henrietta, Christiana and Arabella Beaumont and Katherine Busby, for the loss of their brother; Elizabeth Baker, relict of Capt. Baker; William Erouard; Philadelphia Hawes; Elizabeth Taylor; Elizabeth Urry; Charles Guillet; Elizabeth Chapman; Francis Shelton; Thomas Bates; John Graydon; Sir Thomas Hopson, for his good services; Sir John Munden, a superannuated Sea Officer; Capt. Robert Robinson, for his great age; Capt. Woolfran Cornwall, for long service; Capt. Humphrey Sanders; Mary Fletcher; Capt. John Votear; Capt. Peter Watton; Capt. John Redman; Capt. William Hockede; Capt. John Mitchell; Capt. Thomas Monke; Capt. Richard Lestock; Capt. Matthew Teat; Lionel Ripley; Capt. John Lowen, for long service; Capt. Seth Jermy, ditto; Capt. John Anderson; Capt. Robert Thompson; Capt. Henry Tourvill; Capt. John Ward; Francis Jennifer; Capt. Humphrey Blowers, for long service; Capt. Richard Carverth; Capt. John Jackson; Capt. Lawrence Keck; Capt. Andrew Ley; Sarah Devonport, for the loss of her husband; Capt. Robert Dobson; Capt. Samuel Tilley; Dorothy Searle; Lieut. Peter Huzee; Lieut. Archibald Bowers; Lieut. Charles Carter; Lieut. David Tavernour; Lieut. Thomas Grimstone; Lieut. Samuel Oates; Lieut. William Cunningham; John Haydon; James Bowman; John Gwenap, a superannuated master of a First Rate; William Johnson; John King; Francis Burrell; James Bartlett, a superannuated master of a Second Rate; Ralph Cox; William Elford; George Hill; William Packman; William Parker; John Jenkinson; William Chappell; Thomas Corley; John Green; William Hodges; Jeffrey Nelson, a superannuated master of a Transport hoy; Thomas Clements, a superannuated carpenter of a Second Rate; Thomas Dobbins; Francis Gascoigne; William Johnson, a superannuated gunner of a Second Rate; Edward Lawford, a superannuated Purser of a Second Rate; Robert Pittman; James Palmer, a superannuated carpenter of a Second Rate; Richard Scarvill; John Barnett; John Bond; Daniel Hackman; Thomas Sutton; William Marking; George Spilsby; Richard Brincknell; David Carr, a superannuated master of a Third Rate; William Force; Robert Glandfeild; Daniel Hawkins; Matthew Hilliard; James Lake; John Lambert, a superannuated master of a Third Rate; James Markes; Richard Rimer; John Taylor; Michael Taylor, a superannuated master of a Third Rate; John Tooley; John Oliver; Stephen Bernard, a superannuated master of a Third Rate; Thomas Brown; William Francklyn, a superannuated master of a Third Rate; John Gliddon; William Harris; Lewis Hughes, a superannuated master of a Third Rate; Michael Taylor; John Parrett; Charles Bowler; James Almond; Thomas Absolom; William Bouton; Reuben Bennett; Edward Bishop; John Brooker; Jeremiah Conyers; John Caple; George Elliot; Philip Le Febure, a superannuated gunner of a Third Rate; William Gregory; Thomas Henton; Henry Hall; Thomas Mollambe, a superannuated boatswain of a Third Rate; Benjamin Marrett; James Naylor; John Pye, a superannuated gunner of a Third Rate; Nicholas Pearce; Philip Webber, a superannuated boatswain of a Third Rate; Henry Wynne, a superannuated carpenter of a Third Rate; William Stringer; John Gibbons, a superannuated boatswain of a Third Rate; Thomas Gosling; William Holloway; Edmond Lowance; William Luckinge; Jacob Yarn; Matthew Richardson; Abel Woollard; Thomas Millward; Thomas Wade; Joseph Willaby, a superannuated boatswain of a Third Rate; William Brown; Peter Dupuy, a superannuated master of a Fourth Rate; William Haymers; Jacob Tyley, a superannuated master of a First Rate; Thomas Woodgreen; John Martin, a superannuated master of a Fourth Rate; William Good; William Lenton; Peter Wyatt, a superannuated master of a Fourth Rate; Thomas Hurlocke; John Denham; Joshua Bell, a superannuated purser of a Fourth Rate; Richard Bayley; John Oliver, a superannuated master of a Fourth Rate; Francis Vacey; Alexander Watson, a superannuated gunner of a Fourth Rate; John Andrews; Thomas Parsons; John Richardson; George Symonds; John Myngo; True Hart, a superannuated boatswain of a Sixth Rate; John Vow; William Phillips; Richard Bubb; Michael Brown; William Blanchard; William Crossley; John Palmer; Thomas Rivett; Richard Ball; Richard Blackman; James Christie, a superannuated surgeon of an Hospital Ship; Alexander Innis, as a superannuated surgeon of a Second Rate; John Browne, a superannuated surgeon of a First Rate; Joseph Storey for the like pension; Henry Worth, ditto; Robert Kirk Towne, a superannuated surgeon of a First Rate; Humphrey Cooley for the like pension; Henry Bayley, a superannuated surgeon of a Second Rate; Peter Britton, for the like pension; Thomas Seymour, ditto; Robert Seddon, ditto; William Robinson, a superannuated surgeon of a Third Rate; Peter Wallis, for the like pension; Edward Parry, a superannuated surgeon of a Third Rate; William Sinclare, for the like pension; Robert Forbes, ditto; Gabriel Briscoe, ditto; Edmond Oliver, ditto; John Barclay, ditto; Francis Crofts, a superannuated surgeon of a Second Rate; Timothy Ireland, a superannuated surgeon of a Fourth Rate; William Hopkins, a superannuated surgeon of a Third Rate; William Skeate for the like pension; John Phelps, a superannuated surgeon of a Fifth Rate; Henry Breamer, a superannuated surgeon of a Fourth Rate; John Wood, a superannuated surgeon of a Third Rate; Stephen Marta, a superannuated surgeon, same rate; George Ramsey, for the like pension; Nathaniel Doggett, a superannuated surgeon of a Second Rate; Robert Pearse, for the like pension; Joseph Rydout, a superannuated surgeon of a Second Rate; Samuel Spencer, a superannuated surgeon of a Third Rate; David Marshall, for the like pension; John Moyle, a superannuated surgeon of a Second Rate; John Burt, a superannuated surgeon of a Third Rate; John Wall, for the like pension; Richard Bond, ditto; John Russell, ditto; rates and times detailed 15,980 13 2
flag pay: £ s. d.
the Duke of Leeds during his unemployment; Mich. 1712 to 25 March 1713 442 10 0
Sir John Leake, as Admiral and Commander in Chief; 1 Jan. 1711–12 to 31 Dec. 1712 with 20s. a day Table Money 2,196 0 0
Sir George Byng, Admiral of the White; same time 1,281 0 0
Sir John Jennings, ditto; same time 1,281 0 0
Sir John Norris, Admiral of the Blue; same time 1,281 0 0
Sir Edward Whitaker, Vice-Admiral of the White; same time 915 0 0
Sir Thomas Hardy, Rear-Admiral of the Blue; same time 640 10 0
Sir Charles Wager, Rear-Admiral of the Red; same time 640 10 0
James, Earl of Berkley, Vice-Admiral of the Red Squadron; 1 Jan. 1710–11 to 31 Dec. 1711 912 10 0
John Baker, Vice-Admiral of the Blue; 1 Jan. 1711–12 to 31 Dec. 1712 915 0 0
10,505 0 0
half-pay:
Sir Stafford Fairborne, as Vice-Admiral of the Red; 1 Jan. 1711–12 to 31 Dec. 1712 457 10 0
James Littleton, for his allowance of pay as Rear Admiral; 24 July 1710 to 9 Jan. 1712–13 1,576 15 0
2,034 5 0
rewards and bounty to Officers, widows and others, named, for instructing youth in navigation, for assisting the Sunderland in distress off Yarmouth, for acting as Deputy Judge Advocate, for cleaning ‘hammaccoes’, for the loss of husbands, for importing and inspecting turpentine and tar etc.; detailed at length 39,741 2 9
disbursements of various natures; detailed at length 24,271 6 5
rebuilding of ships:
William Johnson, Edward Swallow and James Taylor, for the Assurance, launched 16 Feb. 1712–13 7,030 0 0
the same, for the Oxford. 12,535 0 0
19,565 0 0
travelling charges; not detailed 2,920 8 4
land purchased:
Robert West for the purchase of a house adjoining the Admiralty for 97 years from Mids. 1687 400 0 0
Sir Nicholas Morice of Werington, co. Devon, bt., for his fine on leasing for 21 years land at Plymouth 1,000 0 0
Sir John Evelyn, bt., Anthony Phillips, William Twyford and John Fremantiel for land near Deptford Dockyard 2,050 0 0
3,450 0 0
law charges:
to William Borret, late Solicitor to the Treasury 163 14 6
volunteers' diet 6,042 2 10
pylotage 5,848 17 0
counting of money; to Lewis Quoitte and others 237 6 9
extraordinary service, detailed 292 19 6
wages by bills, detailed 1,091 19 9
house rent for the Principal Officers and Navy Commissioners, rent of the Treasury offices etc.; detailed 996 6 1
hire and freight of sundry vessels, for transporting goods and provisions; detailed with dates:
August, 25 May 1709 to 2 Oct. 1713 19,518 3 6
Arundel, 31 July 1708 to 11 May 1713 11,752 4 6
Alborough, 1 July 1708 to 26 Sept. 1713 9,249 7 11
St. Albans, 1 July 1708 to 5 Jan. 1712–13 17,803 12 2
Burlington, 5 Sept. 1707 to 13 Oct. 1713 20,310 18
Bonadventure, 11 Sept. 1711 to 28 July 1713 6,483 17 7
Boyne, 26 March 1708 to 5 June 1713 28,481 10 7
Cumberland, 12 March 1712–13 to 9 Oct. 1713 4,154 7 9
Chester, 18 Oct. 1708 to 22 June 1713 18,014 10 6
Chatham, 1 July 1708 to 20 May 1713 19,700 1 9
Diamond, 19 Oct. 1708 to 19 May 1713 12,325 8 8
Dartmouth, 1 July 1708 to 25 Sept. 1713 22,053 8 5
Defyance, 1 July 1708 to 17 June 1713 24,723 16 0
Delicia, 7 June 1710 to 16 Feb. 1712–13 3,538 18 11
Elizabeth, 1 July 1708 to 29 June 1713 30,310 11 10
Enterprize, 28 April 1709 to 11 Dec. 1713 9,719 11 3
Falkland, 1 July 1708 to 4 Feb. 1712–13 16,730 9 4
Falmouth, 1 July 1709 to 6 June 1713 13,991 15 7
Fortune, 31 May 1709 to 2 March 1712–13 5,509 1 7
Grafton, 12 Aug. 1709 to 5 June 1713 22,002 12 10
Gloucester, 8 Oct. 1711 to 15 Dec. 1713 7,361 17 3
Hampshire, 1 July 1709 to 20 May 1713 16,144 5 11
Hastings, 2 Oct. 1707 to 12 June 1713 15,692 5 6
Hampton Court, 26 Aug. 1709 to 13 Feb. 1712–13 21,512 7 0
Kent, 1 July 1700 to 6 Jan. 1712–13 17,820 18 6
Looe, 7 April 1707 to 30 June 1709 5,781 9 3
Lyme, 23 Dec. 1708 to 3 Nov. 1713 9,799 4 8
Monmouth, 11 Aug. 1710 to 23 July 1713 14,983 10 8
Medway, 1 July 1708 to 24 May 1713 6,884 2 10
Mountagu, 1 July 1709 to 12 June 1713 18,277 12 7
Nonsuch, 6 Feb. 1711–12 to 19 Feb. 1712–13 3,134 17 7
Poole, 27 July 1710 to 28 Feb. 1712–13 5,811 0 0
Penzance, 1 July 1709 to 11 May 1713 7,821 13 7
Roe Buck, 1 July 1707 to 19 May 1713 14,170 14 1
Shoreham, 1 July 1708 to 16 Oct. 1713 12,016 17
Strombelo, 1 July 1708 to 11 May 1713 9,298 2 10
Success, 10 Sept. 1709 to 2 March 1712–13 4,163 3 5
Somersett, 4 Dec. 1708 to 23 June 1713 24,707 0 11
Sunderland, 1 Jan. 1709 to 31 Jan. 1712–13 17,722 8 2
Suffolk, 1 July 1707 to 2 March 1712–13 7,432 6 8
Tilbury, 1 July 1708 to 22 Oct. 1713 19,252 1 3
Tartar, 1 July 1708 to 13 May 1713 12,103 17 2
Triton's Prize, 1 July 1708 to 3 Nov. 1713 8,042 0 4
Winchelsea, 22 March 1708–9 to 4 Nov. 1713 9,792 6 8
bomb vessel Basilisk, 1 April 1713 to 25 Sept. 1713. 240 14 2
Content hoy, 14 May 1708 to 26 Nov. 1713 970 7 7
Content hulk and Deptford transport, 1 April 1712 to 24 May 1713 844 2 1
Carcass, bomb vessel, 17 March 1707–8 to 14 May 1713 2,672 8 3
St. David's hulk, 1 April 1713 to 1 Aug. 1713 145 1 5
Elephant hulk, 1 April 1713 to 1 Aug. 1713 2,377 7 0
Endeavor transport, 12 June 1713 to 14 July 1713 29 18 4
Furnace bomb-vessel, 1 April 1713 to 25 Sept. 1713 291 16 9
Griffin fire-ship, 18 Dec. 1708 to 14 May 1713 3,721 1 3
Hawk fire-ship, 1 July 1705 to 17 July 1712 5,465 2
Hamoaze transport, 15 to 25 May 1713 4 8 7
Content hulk, 1 Oct. 1710 to 14 Feb. 1712–13 768 14 5
hospital ship Pembrook, 26 March 1709 to 8 June 1713 5,626 17 6
Runner transport, 1 July 1710 to 26 Nov. 1713 524 3 11
Salamander bomb-vessel, 1 July 1708 to 15 May 1713 2,666 4 8
Suffolk hag-boat, 1 April 1713 to 25 Sept. 1713 624 14 10
transport Brigantine, 21 April 1713 to 22 May 1713 17 19 7
633,091 16 5
wages and entertainments of sundry Officers, clerks, artificers, labourers, etc. employed in the yards etc.; clerks of the cheque, servants to the master shipwright etc., named:
Port Mahon (caulkers, surveyors, shipwrights, etc.); 1 July 1711 to 30 June 1712 1,858 3 11
ditto (Joseph Cornell, master carpenter etc.); 1 July 1712 to 1 Oct. 1713 1,890 8 1
Chatham in ordinary (John Harrison, clerk of the check etc.); year to 30 Sept. 1712 4,121 6 4
Woolwich (Peter Jeys, clerk of the check etc.); same time 3,068 17 4
Chatham (Jeremy Gregory, clerk of the cheque etc.); same time 11,415 17 9
Sheerness (Thomas Poole Parminter, clerk of the check etc.); same time 2,492 8 9
Portsmouth (Richard Hale, clerk of the check etc.); same time 8,753 0 0
Harwich (Edmund Allen, clerk of the check etc.); two years to 30 Sept. 1713 2,209 14 11
Kinsale (Joseph Griffin, clerk of the check etc.); two years to 30 June 1713 3,134 16
38,944 13 10½
Deptford in extraordinary; year to 30 Sept. 1712 23,604 5 5
Woolwich; same time 17,421 8 2
Chatham; same time 30,436 4 6
Sheerness; same time 6,611 8 8
Portsmouth; same time 48,807 0 7
Harwich; two years to 30 Sept. 1712 3,518 12 7
Kinsale; two years to 30 June 1713 1,310 15
131,709 15
Woolwich ropeyard; year to 30 Sept. 1712 4,927 5 3
Chatham ropeyard; same time 5,626 13 5
Portsmouth ropeyard; same time 4,442 7 9
14,996 6 5
total for dockyards and ropeyards 185,650l. 15s. 8¼d.
total as above for the service of the Navy 1,218,608l. 10s. 5¼d.
on accompt of the Victualling:
emptions and provisions 155,604 5 0
carriage, freight, etc., not detailed 7,679 12 7
sundry masters of ships and others, detailed, for the balance due on their victualling accounts 27,654 2 3
workmanship and repairs at the victualling yards, detailed 3,404 0 1
salaries of the Commissioners for Victualling and to other Officers and clerks of the Victualling Office: George Courtney, Henry Vincent, Sir Francis Massham, bt., Kendrick Edisbury, Henry Lee, Thomas Beere, and William Stephens, Commissioners; Sprig Manesty, their Secretary, and his clerks; Joseph Martin, Cashier, and his clerks; John Bishop, Accomptant General, and his clerks; other clerks etc.; detailed 4,103 2 9
wages etc., detailed 15,908 7 0
rent, to divers persons, detailed 783 12 2
disbursements of various natures, detailed 2,048 15 5
necessary and extraordinary necessary money 5,841 5 11
travelling charges 149 13 0
223,176 16 2
ordinary allowances on passing the Accompt 65 16 8
interest due from the public to the Proprietors of South Sea Company Stock for the year 1713 550,879 10 0
total payments and allowances 1,992,730 13
and so remains 1,798,514 18
whereof depending on sundry persons for money imprested to them:
to several persons named at the foot of the Accompt 8 June to 31 Dec. 1711 84,290 17 7
to several persons named at the foot of the preceding Accompt 1 Jan. 1711–12 to 31 Dec. 1712 174,749 0 6
259,039 18 1
and so this Accomptant is Indebted 1,539,475 0
Declared 21 January 1718–19.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: NAVY: SICK AND WOUNDED SEAMEN.
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1825, ROLL 516 [A.O.1/1825/516] and 517 [A.O.1/1825/517] (fn. 1)
Thomas Savery, deceased, late Treasurer to the Commissioners of Sick and Wounded Seamen and Exchange of Prisoners of War.
Final Accompt from 1 July 1712 to 5 March 1712–13, the day of his supercession by Mr. Lynn.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the Accomptant's hands upon the end of the last Accompt 94,730 3
depending upon sundry persons particularly named at the foot of the said Accompt 62,804 15 8
ditto at the foot of the Accompt of Richard Povey, the preceding Treasurer 4,220 10 10
Receipts; money and South Sea Stock received from Charles Cæsar, late Treasurer of the Navy, detailed by dates 55,685 7
money received of John Mead, Executor to Richard Povey 300 0 0
total charge and receipts £217,740 17 10¼
Discharge. £ s. d.
Allowed for cures and conduct money, quarters, funerals and contingent charges in the several ports and places hereafter mentioned:
Bristol (Samuel Pye, agent); 1 April 1709 to 30 June 1712 128 2 3
Biddeford (William Kelly, agent); 1710, 1711 and 1712 30 19 5
Boston (William Garnon, agent); Michaelmas quarter 1710 and Midsummer and Michaelmas quarters 1711 14 10 4
Deal (William Freame, agent); 1 Oct. 1708 to 30 June 1712; also for salaries to Dr. Stephen Napleton, physician, for 1¾ years to 30 Sept. 1711 and half a year to 30 June 1712, to Edward St. Leger, surgeon, to John Fowler, another surgeon, to William Freame, agent there, and Edward Lloyd, chaplain; all for the same times; also to Joseph Green for dispensing medicines, 1 Jan. 1709–10 to 30 June 1712; also to Anthony Glover, boatman, for bringing in sick seamen from the Men of war in the Downes 15 Feb. 1709–10 to 30 June 1712 7,720 18
Dover (Launcelot Whitehall, agent); 1 Oct. 1708 to 30 Sept. 1709 and 1 Jan. 1709–10 to 30 Sept. 1711; also for the agent's salary for the same time 375 18 4
Deptford (Samuel Evans, agent); 1 July 1709 to 30 June 1712; also for arrears of quarters, Xmas quarter 1707, Xmas quarter 1708, Ladyday and Midsummer quarters 1709, Xmas quarter 1710 and Midsummer quarter 1711 585 3 0
Dartmouth (Caleb Rockett, agent); 31 March 1709 to 30 June 1712 786 1 8
Edinburgh (James Hamilton, Francis Pringle and Alexander Simpson, successively agents); 1 July 1708 to 1 July 1712 1,472 8 0
Falmouth (Thomas Code, agent); 1 July 1709 to 30 June 1712; also for the agent's salary for 2½ years to 30 June 1712 453 11 1
Gosport (Peter Levermore, agent); 1 July 1709 to 30 June 1712; also for arrears of quarters Xmas 1702 to Midsummer 1706; also for salaries to Dr. William Smith, physician, 1 Jan. 1709–10 to 30 Sept. 1711 and 1 Jan. 1711–12 to 30 June 1712, to Thomas Tucker, surgeon (and late surgeon at the Hospital at Fortune), same times, to Robert Heart, another surgeon, same times, with an allowance 1 Jan. 1709 to 30 June 1712, to William Floyer, chaplain, 1 Jan. 1709 to 30 April 1711, to William Duhard for performing as chaplain from thence to 30 Sept. 1711 and 1 Jan. 1711–12 to 30 June 1712, to Nathaniel Jackson for rent of the Dispensary 1 Oct. 1711 to 30 June 1712, to John Hunt for dispensing of medicines for 384 days to 19 April 1705 12,105 4
Gravesend (John Yate and FitzNorris Wood, successively agents); 1 Oct. 1709 to 31 March 1710, 1 Jan. 1710–11 to 31 March 1711, 1 July 1711 to 31 March 1712 44 5 0
Harwich (John Aldrich, agent); 1 July 1709 to 30 June 1712, also for arrears of quarters Xmas quarter 1709, Ladyday quarter 1710, Xmas quarter 1710, and Ladyday quarter 1711; also for the agent's salary 1 Jan. 1709–10 to 30 Sept. 1711 and 1 Jan. 1711–12 to 30 June 1712; also to Dr. William Beeston, physician at Ipswich and Harwich, 1 Jan. 1709–10 to 7 April 1711, and to Dr. John Dade, another physician, 7 April 1711 to 30 Sept. 1711 and 1 Jan. 1711–12 to 30 June 1712 3,379 18
Hastings (Lewis Gilbert, surgeon); 1 July to 31 Dec. 1710 9 4 0
Hull (Benjamin Waide, agent); 1 Sept. 1708 to 1 July 1712; also for arrears of quarters Xmas 1706 to Xmas 1709 525 19 2
Ipswich (John Aldrich, agent); 1 July 1709 to 31 March 1711; also for arrears of quarters, Michaelmas and Xmas quarters 1709, Ladyday and Michaelmas quarters 1710 995 6 10
Jersey (William Lavinby, agent); 1 July to 30 Sept. 1709 and 1 Jan. 1709–10 to 31 March 1710 and 1 July 1710 to 30 June 1711 61 12 9
Ireland, Kinsale (Thomas Batchelor and William Bowler, successively agents); 30 Sept. 1706 to 1 Jan. 1711–12; also to Francis La Croix, surgeon, 1 Jan. 1709–10 to 30 June 1712 and to his Administrator (John Dane) for his like salary 1 Oct. to 31 Dec. 1712 and for disbursements to several surgeons for travelling charges etc. in the West of Ireland, and for the cures of 45 of the Gloucester's men left unpaid on the quarter-book in Ladyday 1710; ditto, Cork (Quintin Osborne, agent); 1 Jan. 1703–4 to 31 March 1704 and 1 Jan. 1704–5 to 30 June 1706, 1 Oct. 1706 to 30 Sept. 1708 and 1 April 1709 to 30 Sept. 1711; ditto, Dublin (Thomas Proby, agent); 30 June 1707 to 1 Jan. 1708–9 3,517 8 10
Lisbon (John White, agent); 1 July 1710 to 30 June 1712; also for the agent's salary for 547 days to 31 March 1711 and for travelling charges etc.; also to William Ellis, surgeon, year to 30 Sept. 1710; also to James Holden, consul there, for relief of distressed seamen taken by the enemy and put on shore in Spain; also to Robert Pellican, surgeon's mate, for 740 days to 10 Oct. 1711 and to William Low, ditto, for 400 days to 4 Nov. 1710; also to Joseph Wilcox, chaplain, three years to 31 March 1712; also to John Wilson for acting, after the death of Mr. Elton, as master surgeon, 29 days to 8 June 1708 5,072 14 2
Lynn Regis [King's Lynn] in Norfolk (John Goodwyn, surgeon); 22 Dec. 1711 to 30 Sept. 1712 38 11 8
Margate (Nicholas Chewney, agent); 31 Dec. 1708 to 1 July 1711 120 11 2
North Shields (John Wilson, agent); 27 March 1709 to 30 June 1712 and for arrears of quarters, several years from 1709 inclusive 816 14 0
Plymouth (William Young, John Griffith and Thomas Woolcombe, successively agents); 30 June 1709 to 30 June 1712 and for arrears of quarters in Ladyday and Midsummer quarters 1712; also to Lucretia Haviland, Executrix of Dr. John Haviland, late physician, for his salary 1 Jan. 1709–10 to 18 July 1711 and to Elizabeth Trelawney, Executrix of Dr. Samuel Trelawney, late physician, from thence to 10 Aug. 1711 and to Dr. John Seymour, physician, from thence to Sept. 1711 and 1 Jan. 1711–12 to 30 June 1712; also to William Wyat, surgeon, 1 Jan. 1709–10 to 30 Sept. 1711 and 1 Jan. 1711–12 to 30 June 1712 and to Nicholas Winston ditto, same time; also to John Gayege, chaplain, same time; also to Thomas Woolcombe, agent, 5 Jan. 1709–10 to 30 Sept. 1711 and 1 Jan. 1711–12 to 30 June 1712 and for charges in repairing the French prison in order to receive sick and wounded seamen; also to Joanna Young, Administratrix of Nathaniel Young, for his service as assistant to the master surgeon and for dispensing medicines for 597 days to 17 Feb. 1710–11 9,219 18
Pembrooke (John Courcy and Howell Powell, successively agents); 30 Sept. 1708 to 1 Sept. 1709 and 19 May 1710 to 1 July 1712 596 16 7
Port Mahon (Isaac Rider and Peirce Griffith, successively agents); 21 Jan. 1708–9 to 11 June 1712; also to Sir Samuel Garrard, bt., for grocery ware and to Nathaniel Turner, linen draper, for goods; also to Robert Hardwick, surgeon, for his care and expense of medicines and to George Cooke for surgeon's instruments for the Hospitals at Port Mahon and Lisbon 18,215 9
Rochester (Thomas Freame, agent); 1 Oct. 1708 to 30 June 1712; and for arrears of quarters, Midsummer 1703 and Ladyday 1706; also for the agent's salary 1 Jan. 1709–10 to 30 Sept. 1711 and 1 Jan. 1711–12 to 30 June 1712; also to Dr. William Oliver, physician, three quarters to 30 Sept. 1710 and to Dr. Thomas Smith, ditto, from thence to 30 Sept. 1711 and from 1 Jan. 1711–12 to 30 June 1712; also to Dr. Robert Conny, surgeon, 1 Jan. 1709–10 to 30 Sept. 1711 and 1 Jan. 1711–12 to 30 June 1712, and to Mary Johnson, administratrix of Thomas Johnson, late surgeon's mate, 1 Jan. 1709–10 to 30 Sept. 1711; also to Richard Collins, chaplain, half year to 30 June 1712; also to John Wright, surgeon's mate, same time; also to William Bland, boatman, for carrying sick and wounded seamen between Sheerness and Rochester, 1 Jan. 1709 to 2 Sept. 1710, and Josiah Alexander ditto, from thence to 30 Sept. 1711 and from 1 Jan. 1711–12 to 30 June 1712 13,184 18
Rye (Jeremiah Grebell, agent); 1 April to 30 June 1707 and 30 Sept. to 31 Dec. 1710, and for arrears of quarters, Midsummer quarter 1707 and Xmas quarter 1710 10 1 6
Southampton (John Febburd, agent); 1 July 1709 to 30 June 1712 213 13 8
Sheerness and Queensborough (Blackerby Fairfax and Thomas Clough, successively agents); 1 Oct. 1708 to 31 Dec. 1709 and 31 March 1710 to 30 June 1712, and for arrears of quarters, Xmas quarter 1704, Xmas quarter 1708, Midsummer and Xmas quarters 1711 and Ladyday quarter 1712; also for the agent's salary 1 Jan. 1710–11 to 30 Sept. 1711 and 1 Jan. 1711–12 to 30 June 1712 415 2 4
Weymouth (Jonathan Ledoze, agent); 1 July 1709 to 30 June 1712 1,286 17 9
Wisbich (R. Middleton Massey, surgeon); 30 April 1710 to 4 Sept. 1711 43 1 2
Woolwich (Richard Huckels, surgeon); 30 June 1709 to 30 June 1712; and for arrears of quarters, Xmas quarter 1708, Ladyday, Midsummer, Michaelmas and Xmas quarters 1709, Ladyday and Midsummer quarters, 1710 and Michaelmas quarter 1711 1,732 10 10
West Indies; Jamaica (Hugh Gaine, agent); 6 June 1707 to 31 Dec. 1711; also to Henry Rowlandson for care in providing victuals etc. 1 July 1703 to 1 July 1704; to John Spaine, assistant to the master surgeon, 9 Oct. 1709 to 17 May 1710; to Alexander Hall, surgeon's mate, 1 Oct. 1709 to 24 June 1710 (less 2s. 6d. not paid); to Giles Baker for disbursements at Virginia 14 June to 2 Nov. 1709; to Joseph Taylor for Consul Pouldon's disbursements for prisoners set on shore by the enemy at the Canaries; to Capt. Andrew Ley, commander of the Bedford galley for sick and wounded at Antegoa; to Capt. Conningsby Norbury, commander of the Lark for disbursements at Boston, New England; to Philip Rokeby, surgeon at New York 22 May 1702 to 25 July 1710; to Samuel Cox, agent at Barbadoes 1 Aug. 1702 to 26 Oct. 1703, 17 Jan. 1703–4 to 21 May 1704 and 1 Oct. 1704 to 21 Jan. 1704–5; William Roberts and Co., agents there, 1 Aug. 1705 to 31 July 1712 with 3½ years' salary 17,071 18 6
Yarmouth (Hezekiah Clarke and Samuel Pake, successively agents); 14 Oct. 1708 to 30 June 1712; and for arrears of quarters Midsummer and Xmas quarters 1704, Ladyday and Midsummer quarters 1705 and Ladyday, Midsummer, Michaelmas and Xmas quarters 1706 1,457 1 10
the Queen's allowance of 2d. and 4d. a day to seamen discharged from the London hospitals and the Lock hospitals to return to their ships and for their quarters prior to their admission to the said hospitals 3,905 6 2
105,607 19
money paid for subsistence, quarters, cures, fees, funerals, etc. of prisoners of war and for salaries of agents, surgeons, physicians and others at the following ports or places:
Bristoll (Samuel Pye, agent); 1 April 1709 to 30 June 1712 315 17 5
Deale (Lancelot Whitehall and William Freame successively); 31 March 1708 to 30 June 1712 135 9 10
Dover (Lancelot Whitehall, agent, and William Waller, marshall); 30 Sept. 1708 to 1 July 1712; and for arrears of quarters in Michaelmas quarter 1708; also for the agent's salary 1 Jan. 1709–10, 30 Sept. 1711 and 1 Jan. 1711–12 to 30 June 1712; also to Thomas Broadley, surgeon, same times, and for his allowance 1 April to 30 June 1712 5,540 0
Dartmouth (Caleb Rockett, surgeon); 30 Sept. 1709 to 31 Dec. 1709 and 31 March 1710 to 30 Sept. 1711 54 11 6
Edinburgh (James Hamilton, Francis Pingle and Alexander Simpson, successively agents); 1 July 1708 to 30 Sept. 1708, 1 Oct. 1708 to 3 Dec. 1708, 1 April 1709 to 30 Sept. 1709, and 31 March 1710 to 30 June 1712 258 14 7
Falmouth (Thomas Code, agent); 30 June 1709 to 30 June 1712 443 10 4
Gosport (Peter Livermore, agent); 1 Jan. 1708–9 to 30 Sept. 1709, 3 Nov. 1709 to 31 Dec. 1711 and 1 April to 30 June 1712 and for arrears of quarters, Midsummer quarter 1703 307 17 4
Gravesend (FitzNorris Wood, surgeon); 1 Oct. to 31 Dec. 1711 0 9 4
Guernsey (John Bressey, marshall); 1 July 1707 to 31 Dec. 1712 3,114 11 7
Harwich (John Aldrich, agent); 1 July 1709 to 31 Dec. 1710, 1 Oct. to 31 Dec. 1711 and 1 April to 30 June 1712 160 12 1
Hastings (Lewis Gillard, surgeon); 1 April to 30 Sept. 1710 and 1 April to 30 June 1712 54 5 11
Hull (B. Waide, agent); 31 Aug. to 1 Dec. 1708, 31 Dec. 1708 to 1 April 1709, 30 June 1709 to 1 July 1710, 30 Sept. 1710 to 1 Jan. 1710–11 and 31 March 1711 to 1 April 1712 1,001 5 11
Ireland, Kinsale (Gilbert Pepper, marshall, and William Bowler, agent); 31 Oct. 1706 to 1 Jan. 1711–12 and for Pepper's salary 1 Jan. 1709 to 31 March 1712 10,101 4
Jersey (William Lasinby, marshall and agent); 1 Oct. 1708 to 30 Sept. 1712; and for the agent's salary 1 Oct. 1709 to 6 July 1712 1,599 10
London, Tower Hill (Peter Stanley, marshall); 1 April 1708 to 30 June 1712; also to Henry Middleton, surgeon, 1 Jan. 1709–10 to 30 Sept. 1711 and 1 Jan. 1711–12 to 30 June 1712 and for his allowance 1 April 1708 to 30 June 1712 and to the agent for rent of the house adjoining the French prison 1 Oct. 1708 to 31 Dec. 1712 4,336 14 9
Lisbon (Samuel Sherard, agent); 22 Aug. 1705 to 31 Dec. 1706; (John White, agent) 28 Aug. 1709 to 1 Jan. 1709–10 and in Xmas quarter 1711 and Ladyday quarter 1712 and 27 April to 27 July 1712 1,032 1
Margate (Nicholas Chewney, agent); 31 Dec.1708 to 1 Oct. 1709 and 30 Sept. 1710 to 1 Jan. 1710–11 24 3 4
Minehead (Francis Webber, surgeon); 17 Nov. 1709 to 4 Jan. 1709–10 153 11 9
Port Mahon (Peirce Griffith, agent); 4 Aug. 1709 to 14 June 1710 and Xmas quarter 1711 and Ladyday quarter 1712 619 7 0
Plymouth (William Young, John Griffith and Thomas Woolcombe, successively agents, and William Slaughter, marshall); 1 July 1709 to 30 June 1712 and for the marshall's salary 1 Jan. 1709–10 to 30 Sept. 1711 and 1 Jan. 1711–12 to 30 June 1712; also to Lancelot Keate, Executor of Francis Russell, late agent, for disbursements for the better custody of the prisoners at war 27,791 10 6
Pembroke (John Courcy and Howell Powell, successively agents); for well prisoners 30 Sept. 1708 to 1 Jan. 1708–9, 31 March to 1 July 1709 and 19 May 1710 to 1 April 1712 315 12 10
Rye (Jeremiah Grebell, agent), 1 July 1707 to 30 Sept. 1707, 30 June 1709 to 31 March 1710, 30 June 1710 to 30 June 1711 and 31 Dec. 1711 to 31 March 1712 and for arrears of quarters for sick prisoners, Ladyday quarter 1710 42 15 5
Rochester (Thomas Freame, agent); 1 Oct. 1708 to 31 March 1712 and for arrears of quarters, Michaelmas and Xmas quarters 1710 121 2 3
Sheerness Bl[ackerby] Fairfax and Thomas Clough, successively agents); 1 Oct. 1708 to 31 Dec. 1708, 31 March to 31 Dec. 1709 and 31 March 1712 to 30 June 1712 172 5 8
Southampton (Roger Clutterbuck and Samuel Slater, successively marshalls, for well prisoners and John Febburd, surgeon, for sick prisoners); 1 April 1707 to 30 June 1712; also for Slater's salary, 1 April 1710 to 30 Sept. 1711 and 1 Jan. 1711–12 to 30 June 1712, and for Febburd's salary, 1 Jan. 1709–10 to 30 Sept. 1711 11,201 12 1
North Shields (John Wilson, agent); 27 May 1709 to 30 Sept. 1712; to Joseph Robson for rent of the prison, 1 April 1711 to 30 Sept. 1712; Nicholas Burdon for like rent and repairs 854 10 11½
Weymouth (Jonathan Ladoze, agent); 1 July 1709 to 31 Dec. 1711 175 18 10
Yarmouth (Hezekiah Clark and Samuel Pake, successively agents); 1 Jan. 1707–8 to 30 Sept. 1708, 1 July to 1 Oct. 1709, 1 April to 30 Sept. 1710 and 1 July 1711 to 30 June 1712 248 5 9
transportation; William Keen, for transporting prisoners at war from St. John's to Placentia; John Pearse for ditto between Great Britain and France etc.; Mary Vernon, Executrix of Henry Vernon, for bringing over 161 prisoners in France; Robert Masters for transporting 264 prisoners from France to Great Britain 3,107 4 9
73,284 18
salaries, necessaries and contingent disbursements:
salaries; Philip Herbert, Dr. Richard Adams, Dr. Thomas Lawrence, Dr. Peter Silvestre and Dr. Henry Plumptre, Commissioners for the care of Sick and Wounded Seamen, at 300l. per an. each for half year to 30 June 1712; Francis Lynn, Secretary, at 210l. per an., Robert Alney, Chief Clerk, at 100l. per an., two clerks at 60l. each and two at 50l. each, named, all for the same time; an extraordinary clerk (named) 4 Nov. 1711 to 30 June 1712; a doorkeeper at 30l. per an. and two messengers at 20l. per an. each, half year as above and Thomas Savery, Treasurer at 300l. per an. for himself and two clerks 1½ years to 30 June 1713 1,532 17
necessaries: Sir Samuel Garrard, bt., for grocery ware; Nathaniel Turner, linen draper; Thomas Ferrars, upholder; Robert Gower, apothecary; Peter Gelsthorp for the Company of Apothecaries; Joseph Gosling, brasier; James Tiso, pewterer; John Ashmore, tinman; Thomas Loveday, turner; George Cook, instrument maker, for surgeon's instruments; John Goslin; Abraham Lordell and Roger Slingar, merchants at Bilboa, for relief of British subjects taken prisoners at sea; Messrs. Ximenes and Hill, merchants at Malaga, ditto; John White, agent at Lisbon, for necessaries for hospital ships; Robert Holden, consul at Faro, for relief of distressed seamen, taken prisoners and set on shore; Richard Gibson, surgeon, for medicines for hospital ships; Jeremiah Gerrard in part of salary as Secretary to the late Commissioners for 5½ years to Midsummer 1705, and for himself and clerks; detailed 14,684 7 11¼
office contingencies: Edward Castle, for stationery, 18 Sept. 1705 to 13 May 1706; Richard Mount, for ditto, 24 June 1709 to 24 June 1712; William Churchill, for ditto in King William's reign; Jacob Tonson, for printing, 21 Feb. 1708–9 to 30 Sept. 1711, Nov. 1711 to Jan. 1711–12, April and June 1712; William Dent, for travelling charges to North Shields; Francis Lynn, Secretary, to clear an imprest for office contingencies; Martha Greenaway for chandler's wares; Peter Stanley, late messenger, 1 April 1708 to 30 Sept. 1712; this Accomptant for fees etc.; detailed 9,345 17 5
Thomas Foley, for the Auditor's fee 67 13 5
25,630 16
money paid for quarters etc. of sick land soldiers 902 2 0
total payments and allowances 205,425 16
and so remains 12,315 1 1
whereof depending on sundry persons for money imprested to them:
imprested in previous Accompts, still in force:
Bidiford (John Bolitho, agent), 6 May 1703 18 5 6
Jersey (Edward Hammond, agent), 21 Jan. 1702 128 0 0
imprested in Mr. Povey's Accompt for 1705:
America (Philip Rokeby, agent at New York) 9 9 2
Fowey (William Kendall, surgeon) 5 11 0
Hull (James Clarke, surgeon) 20 0 0
Harwich and Yarmouth (George Lesley, agent) 43 18 6
Jamaica (Joseph Gyde, agent; John Spain, appointed surgeon's mate) 506 0 0
Jerzey (Edward Hammond, agent) 1,150 0 0
Sheerness (Thomas Pearse, surgeon) 39 6 8
1,920 10 10
imprests on accompt of sick and wounded seamen in former years, by Thomas Savery the present Treasurer:
Gibraltar (John Norridge, agent) 500 0 0
Hull (James Clark, late surgeon) 32 0 0
miscellanies (Capt. Thomas Mathew of the ship Chester, Capt. Walter Riddle of the ship Falmouth) 255 16 6
West Indies (Joseph Gyde, agent; Capt. George Martin at New England; Capt. George Paddon) 4,444 7 11
ditto on accompt of prisoners at war:
Guernsey (George Lisley, agent) 50 0 0
Jersey (Edmund Hammond, agent) 680 0 0
Port Mahon (George Boucher, surgeon) 10 0 0
imprests within the time of this Accompt; for sick and wounded seamen:
Gibraltar (John Norridge, agent) 1,360 0 0
Kinsale (Thomas Batchelor, late agent) 92 0 0
Sir John Jennings, kt., Admiral of the White and Commander-in-Chief in the Mediterranean, on accompt of surgeons' necessaries for the Pembrook and Delicia hospital ships 455 5 0
Capt. Richard Lestock, Commander of the Falmouth, for the Weymouth on accompt of wounded at Boston, New England 51 19 4
Capt. Thomas Matthews, Commander of the Chester, ditto 271 11
Capt. George Martin, Commander of the Dragon, ditto 16 0
Capt. Walter Riddell, Commander of the Falmouth, ditto 74 13 7
Capt. Thomas Rochfort, Commander of the Starr bomb, ditto 2 1
Capt. Rouse, Commander of the Saphire, ditto 29 14 0
Capt. Robert Studley, Commander of the Norwich, ditto 49 16
8,375 5
sum total of the supers aforesaid 10,295 16
and so the Accomptant is Indebted 2,019 4
No Declaration nor Auditor's signature. no totals given for charge, discharge, etc., but in Arabic numerals 11,045l. 16s. 3½d. under the supers..
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: NAVY: ARREARS OF PRIZES: GENERAL ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2547 [E.351/2547].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1820, ROLL 481 [A.O.1/1820/481].
The Account of Thomas Baker and William Gosselin, Receivers of the Arrears of Prizes, from 18 March 1708–9 to 29 September, 1715.
See Vol. XXV of this Calendar, p. ccxxxvi.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: NAVY: ARREARS OF PRIZES: CASH ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2539 [E.351/2539].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1819, ROLL 480 [A.O.1/1819/480].
The Account of Thomas Baker and William Gosselin, Receivers of the Arrears of Prizes, from 18 March 1708–9 to 29 September 1715.
See Vol. XXV of this Calendar, p. ccxliii.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ADMIRALTY DROITS AND SALVAGE MONEY.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2585 [E.351/2585].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1829, ROLL 544 [A.O.1/1829/544].
The Account of John Warter, Solicitor and Comptroller of the Rights and Perquisites of Admiralty, from 26 June 1710 to 26 June 1713.
See Vol. XXV of this Calendar, p. cclii.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: MARINES.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2573 [E.351/2573].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1826, ROLL 523 [A.O.1/1826/523].
Sir Roger Mostyn, bt., Paymaster of Marines.
5 September 1711 to 30 November 1725.
See Vol. XXVI of this Calendar, p. cci.

Footnotes

1 Duplicate Rolls: the second, being of parchment, is probably the Pipe Office Roll which is alleged to be missing for this Account: the other is incomplete, some of the totals not being filled in and others in Arabic figures only.