Declared Accounts
Customs, Cash Account

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'Declared Accounts: Customs, Cash Account', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 27: 1713 (1955), pp. CCXCIV-CCCXVII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=86027 Date accessed: 01 September 2014.


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DECLARED ACCOUNTS: REVENUE: CUSTOMS: CASH ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1114 [E.351/1114].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 783, ROLL 970 [A.O.1/783/970].
Henry Ferne, Receiver General and Cashier of Customs.
26 December 1712 to 25 December 1713.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the Accomptant's hands upon the end of the last Accompt the value of sundry bonds entered into for payment of Customs etc., remaining in the Accomptant's hands: 7,126 13 4
for Customs to 31 July 1710 36,467 11
for Customs to 31 July 1712 62,013 0
for Customs from 1 Aug. 1712 35,254 15 2
for the New Additional Impositions to 31 July 1710 3,118 10 8
for the New Subsidy to 1 Feb. 1699–1700 1,809 18
for the New Subsidy to 8 March 1701–2 2,903 3 11¼
for the New Subsidy from 9 March 1701–2 116,852 3
for the Additional Subsidy or One-Third Subsidy to 8 March 1706–7 16 18
for the same from 9 March 1706–7 40,618 16 8
for the Duty on Coals to 29 Sept. 1710 65 6 8
for the Duty of 3s. per chaldron on Coals from 30 Sept. 1710 3,864 4 3
for the Additional Duty of 2s. per chaldron from 9 March 1710–11 2,576 2 10
305,560 12
the value of sundry transport debentures taken in lieu of bonds 1,357 4
depending on sundry persons, particularly named at the foot of the last Accompt, for money imprested to them 555 0 0
total Arrears 314,599l. 9s. 11½d.
Receipts: money received within the time of this Accompt from the Receivers and Collectors of Customs and of the several Duties:
out of Customs which determined 31 July 1710:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt in money 3,395 1 10½
several merchants, for interest on bonds 0 7 10
the Paymaster of the Army and Transport Debentures, for interest on Transport Debentures 67 17 0
the Queen's Remembrancer's Office, in money received on bonds delivered there to be prosecuted 122 6 0
(total London port 3,585l. 12s. 8½d.)
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 220 0 0
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 100 6 6
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 1,295 13
Plymouth (David Morris) 5 16
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 110 1 10¼
late Collectors:
Lynn (John Kent) 195 8
Newcastle (Robert Hebburne) 16 0
Whitehaven (John Clough) 297 6 11¼
ditto (Joseph Sewell) 40 0 0
5,866 6 8
(total Outports 2,280l. 13s. 11½d.)
out of Customs which determined 31 July 1712:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt in money 4,570 9 11
ditto, on Plantation Goods in money 68 2 3
ditto, ditto in bonds 374 14 11
sundry merchants, for interest on bonds 58 18
(total London port 5,072l. 5s. 2¼d.)
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 3,518 17 2
Bydeford (Charles Jones) 843 12 9
Falmouth (William Pye) 15 19
Malden (Peter Robjent) 15 14 6
Minehead (Francis Webber) 195 2 6
Penrynn (Ambrose Thompson) 71 15 3
Plymouth (David Morris) 54 5 9
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 13 0 0
Whitby (Leonard Pinckney and Richard Brathwaite) 1 2
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 464 3 0
Deale (John Power, late Collector) 3 1 10½
10,268 19
(total Outports 5,196l. 14s. 6½d.)
out of Customs which commenced 1 Aug. 1712:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt in money 186,644 19 8
ditto, on Plantation Goods in money 101,055 12
ditto, ditto in bonds 35,693 6
ditto, on Wines in money 86,195 11 2
ditto, ditto in bonds 1,005 14
sundry merchants for interest on bonds 1 0 4
(total London port 410,596l. 4s. 5½d.)
Outports:
Barnstaple (Robert Row) 500 0 0
Berwick (George Moore) 1 15
Bridlington (John Bower) 54 7 6
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 12,371 9
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 902 18 4
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 291 18 10
Chichester (Henry Baker) 47 15
Cowes (John Dale) 1,706 5 10
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 0 6 5
Dover (John Ball) 160 0 0
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 1,155 9
Falmouth (William Pye) 158 3
Feversham (John Smalman) 29 12
Gweek (Bernard Penrose) 16 17 10¼
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 179 15 11¼
Hull (Hugh Mason) 479 5
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 102 2
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 470 0 0
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 7,523 4 0
Looe (John Dyer) 28 2
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 1,734 4 0
Minehead (Francis Webber) 315 7 6
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 250 0 0
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 200 0 0
Penzance (Richard Score) 250 0 0
Plymouth (David Morris) 323 5 0
Poole (Thomas Chamberlaine) 44 6
Rochester (John Pope) 592 11 2
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 59 8
Shoreham (Thomas Brigden) 85 5 2
Southampton (Francis Medcalf) 336 12 11
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 111 6
Southwold (Edward Davies) 3 16
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 7 17
Whitby (George Trotter) 20 4
ditto (Leonard Pinckney and Richard Brathwaite) 4 5
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 1,885 2 6
Wisbech (Robert Twells) 13 10 1
443,012 17
(total Outports 32,416l. 12s. 9¾d.)
total for the Customs 459,148l. 3s. 8d.
out of the New Subsidy which determined 1 Feb. 1699–1700:
Leverpoole (Edward Scarborough) 41 0 10
out of the New Subsidy which determined 8 March 1701–2:
London port:
the Queen's Remembrancer's Office, for money received on bonds delivered there to be prosecuted 124 17
Outports:
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 62 19
187 17
out of the New Subsidy which commenced 8 March 1701–2:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt in money 142,724 2
ditto, on Plantation Goods in money 44,407 19 1
ditto, ditto in bonds 35,175 17
ditto, on Wines 52,563 0 0
sundry merchants, for interest on bonds 59 1
(total London port 274,930l. 0s. 3¼d.)
Outports:
Aldeburgh (James Syred) 0 5 11¼
Arundell (Henry Baker) 1 8
Barnstaple (Robert Row) 360 6
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 62 11
Berwick (George Moore) 70 8 8
Blackney and Cley (Thomas Shorting) 31 6
Boston (Samuel Oldfeild) 98 14
Bridgewater (Nicholas Jeffreys) 38 9 10½
Bridlington (John Bower) 80 4
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 24,304 17
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 876 18 0
Cardiffe (William Morgan) 0 3
Carlisle (Richard Gibson) 6 9 10
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 840 14 6
Chichester (Henry Baker) 30 17 11¾
Colchester (James Bruce) 121 13 1
Cowes (John Dale) 183 4 11
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 43 3
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 102 15
Dover (John Ball) 230 12
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 2,182 0 8
Falmouth (William Pye) 558 0
Feversham (John Smalman) 13 9 9
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 4 6 10¼
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 136 10
Hull (Hugh Mason) 4,301 11
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 126 18 10¾
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 434 17 10½
Lanelthy (John Philips) 3 4
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 4,564 12 7
Looe (John Dyer) 44 3 0
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 2,079 15 11
Lynn (Henry Hare) 1,750 17
Maldon (Peter Robjent) 10 5 1
Milford (William Goodacre) 57 2
Minehead (Francis Webber) 305 0 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 2,072 0
Newhaven (Alexander Shoebridge) 5 17
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 408 11
Plymouth (David Morris) 1,671 4 1
Poole (Thomas Chamberlaine) 83 2
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 932 17
Poulton (William Jennings) 17 7
Rochester (John Pope) 977 7 4
Rye (George Shuckburgh) 55 10
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 23 18
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 177 3
Scarborough (Richard Wilson) 35 12
Shoreham (Thomas Brigden) 43 10
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 817 11
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 425 15 10
Southwould (Edward Davies) 8 18 11
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 123 15
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 33 5 5
Truro (Richard Jennings) 27 16
Wells (John Keen) 108 12 11¼
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 60 0 0
Whitby (George Trotter) 20 4
ditto (Leonard Pinckney and Richard Brathwaite) 25 2 11½
ditto (Hamlett Woods) 7 11 10¾
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 1,628 15 10¼
Wisbech (Robert Twells) 295 19 7
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 15 3
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 1,475 13 5
late Collectors:
Boston (Charles Northcote) 19 4 11½
Falmouth (Rawleigh Radford) 1 0 0
Portsmouth (John Weaver) 174 7 6
Leverpoole (Edmund Smith) 22 2 10¼
Scarborough (John Baynes) 23 14
Swanzey (Matthew Seys) 91 11
Wells (Alexander Middleton) 20 0 0
330,918 17
(total Outports 55,988l. 17s. 4½d.)
total for the New Subsidy 331,147l. 15s. 9½d.
out of the First Additional or One-Third Subsidy which determined 8 March 1706–7:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt in money 25 16 2
Outports:
Portsmouth (John Weaver, late Collector) 156 15 0
Boston (Charles Northcote, ditto) 21 8
Swanzey (Matthew Seys, ditto) 21 19
225 18
(total Outports 200l. 2s. 5¾d.)
out of the First Additional or One-Third Subsidy which commenced 8 March 1706–7:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt in money 46,862 1 10
ditto, on Plantation Goods in money 14,501 19 1
ditto, ditto in bonds 12,003 10
ditto, on Wines in money 17,459 0 0
sundry merchants, for interest on bonds 11 13
(total London port 90,838l. 5s. 1d.)
Outports:
Aldeburgh (James Syred) 0 1 11¾
Arundell (Henry Baker) 0 8
Barnstaple (Robert Row) 159 13 4
Beaumarris (William Lewis) 19 12
Berwick (George Moore) 23 9
Blackney and Cley (Thomas Shorting) 10 8 10
Boston (Samuel Oldfeild) 29 19
Bridgwater (Nicholas Jeffries) 12 16
Bridlington (John Bower) 26 14 10½
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 6,897 6 1
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 312 17
Cardiff (William Morgan) 0 1
Carlisle (Richard Gibson) 2 3
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 278 19
Chichester (Henry Baker) 10 5 11¾
Colchester (James Bruce) 40 10
Cowes (John Dale) 59 3
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 11 11 0
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 29 7 11½
Dover (John Ball) 76 7
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 688 7
Falmouth (William Pye) 155 18
Feversham (John Smalman) 4 9 10¾
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 42 19
Hull (Hugh Mason) 1,351 0
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 42 6
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 148 1 6
Lanelthy (John Philips) 1 1 7
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 1,504 19 0
Looe (John Dyer) 12 13 0
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 499 6 6
Lynn (Henry Hare) 530 5
Malden (Peter Robjent) 3 8 5
Milford (William Goodacre) 18 10 10¾
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 724 6
Newhaven (Alexander Shoebridge) 1 19
Penrynn (Ambrose Thompson) 151 17
Plymouth (David Morris) 540 9 6
Poole (Thomas Chamberlaine) 20 15
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 253 2 11¼
Poulton (William Jennings) 5 15 10
Rochester (John Pope) 332 6 0
Rye (George Shuckburgh) 4 18 1
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 7 19
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 58 17
Scarbrough (Richard Wilson) 11 17 7
Shoreham (Thomas Brigden) 14 10
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 245 7
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 145 15
Southwould (Edward Davies) 2 19
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 37 7
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 10 18
Truro (Richard Jennings) 9 5 7
Wells (John Keene) 46 15
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 50 0 0
Whitby (George Trotter) 6 14
ditto (Leonard Pinckney and Richard Brathwaite) 8 5
ditto (Hamlet Woods) 2 10
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lowson) 447 18 10
Wisbech (Robert Twells) 83 17 10
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 5 1
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 542 17
Scarborough (John Baines) 8 3
Swanzey (Matthew Seys) 7 9 5
107,633 15
(total Outports 16,795l. 10s. 2½d.)
total for the First Additional or One-Third Subsidy 107,859l. 13s. 11¼d.)
out of the Second Additional Subsidy or Two-Third Subsidy which determined 8 March 1711–12:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 2,967 2
Outports:
Newhaven (Alexander Shoebridge) 0 3
Plymouth (David Morris) 2 17 11
Bristoll (John Sansome, late Collector) 332 3
3,302 6 8
(total Outports 335l. 4s. 5½d.)
out of the Second Additional Subsidy which commenced 9 March 1711–12:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 54,359 3 11
ditto, on Plantation Goods 2,294 5
ditto, on Wines 34,894 0 0
(total London port 91,547l. 9s. 4½d.)
Outports:
Aldeburgh (James Syred) 0 3 11½
Arundell (Henry Baker) 0 17
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 72 2
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 39 4 7
Berwick (George Moore) 46 6 2
Blackney and Cley (Thomas Shorting) 19 3 10¾
Boston (Samuel Oldfeild) 72 8 3
Bridgwater (Nicholas Jeffreys) 25 13
Bridlington (John Bower) 39 10
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 2,658 14
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 57 2
Cardiffe (William Morgan) 0 2
Carlisle (Richard Gibson) 4 6 7
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 282 8 2
Chichester (Henry Baker) 15 7 5
Colchester (James Bruce) 66 2 9
Cowes (John Dale) 83 2
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 23 0
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 72 7
Dover (John Ball) 148 19
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 577 1
Falmouth (William Pye) 71 6
Feversham (John Smalman) 8 19
Gweek (Bernard Penrose) 8 10
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 74 18 11½
Hull (Hugh Mason) 2,022 4 0
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 75 7 10¼
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 26 16
Lanelthy (John Phillips) 2 3
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 579 6 0
Looe (John Dyer) 8 3 10
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 50 0 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 1,028 0 0
Maldon (Peter Robjent) 6 16 11
Milford (William Goodacre) 23 2
Minehead (Francis Webber) 243 16 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 946 0
Newhaven (Alexander Shoebridge) 3 11 8
Padstow (William Taylor) 10 16 0
Penrynn (Ambrose Thompson) 167 15 8
Plymouth (David Morris) 671 0 10
Poole (Thomas Chamberlaine) 41 11
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 356 10 11
Poulton (William Jennings) 11 11 8
Rochester (John Pope) 587 0 2
Rye (George Shuckburgh) 60 1 10¼
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 15 18 5
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 103 2 6
Scarborough (Richard Willson) 23 7
ditto (Timothy Fish) 2 4
Shoreham (Thomas Brigden) 29 0
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 516 15
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 217 6 10
Southwould (Edward Davies) 5 14 10¼
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 60 7 2
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 21 16 11¼
Truro (Richard Jennings) 18 11
Wells (John Keen) 92 10
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 161 5 0
Whitby (George Trotter) 11 11 10½
ditto (Leonard Pinckney and Richard Brathwaite) 15 18
ditto (Hamlett Woods) 3 11 0
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 85 8 9
Wisbeech (Robert Twells) 168 15 9
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 8 4
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 412 1
Scarborough (John Baynes, late Collector) 16 3
104,927 5 0
(total Outports 13,379l. 15s. 7½d.)
total for the Second Additional Subsidy 108,229l. 11s. 8d.
out of the New Additional Impositions which determined 31 July 1710:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 2,967 15
Outports:
Plymouth (William Peirson, late Collector) 598 1 10½
3,565 17 4
out of the New Additional Impositions which determined 31 July 1712:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 1,408 12 0
ditto, on Wines 22 9 5
(total London port 1,431l. 1s. 5d.)
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 25 0 7
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 17 6
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 2 19
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 0 4
Lynn (Henry Hare) 30 0 0
Plymouth (David Morris) 56 6 10¼
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 140 0 0
Deale (John Bower, late Collector) 6 8
1,709 7
(total Outports 278l. 6s. 0¼d.)
out of the Additional Impositions which commenced 1 Aug. 1712:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 27,588 19
ditto, on Plantation Goods 4,844 1 10
ditto, on Wines in money 12,745 0 0
ditto, ditto in bonds 320 0 0
(total London port 45,498l. 1s. 0½d.)
Outports:
Barnstaple (Robert Row) 6 19 10½
Bridlington (John Bower) 1 11
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 2,282 14 6
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 62 13
Carlisle (Richard Gibson) 0 12
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 368 3 0
Chichester (Henry Baker) 79 18 11¾
Cowes (John Dale) 65 0 0
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 4 7 11½
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 4 3
Dover (John Ball) 96 18 3
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 66 8 11¾
Falmouth (William Pye) 48 1 4
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 7 5
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 75 11 11¼
Hull (Hugh Mason) 601 7
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 7 19
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 379 19 0
Looe (John Dyer) 131 14
Lynn (Henry Hare) 20 0 0
Minehead (Francis Webber) 9 3 6
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 764 2 3
Penrynn (Ambrose Thompson) 8 4 9
Poole (Thomas Chamberlaine) 14 7
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 886 11 10¾
Poulton (William Jennings) 40 0 0
Rochester (John Pope) 564 17 2
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 15 0 11
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 0 0
Shoreham (Thomas Brigden) 60 8 8
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 491 17
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 98 0 0
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 5 7
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 100 0 0
Whitby (Leonard Pinckney and Richard Brathwaite) 4 16
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lowson) 31 16
Wisbech (Robert Twells) 141 0 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 100 0 0
53,145 7
(total Outports 7,647l. 6s. 0¾d.)
total for the New Additional Impositions on Poundage Goods 58,420l. 11s. 10½d.
for the Duty on Goods Exported:
London port:
Sir Thomas Crispe 17,174 19 1
Charles Crispe 136 17 0
John Benson 758 9 1
Richard Miller 575 10 0
(total London port 18,645l. 15s. 2d.)
Outports:
Arundell (Henry Baker) 0 6 2
Barnstaple (Robert Row) 28 9
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 71 9
Berwick (George Moore) 12 12 0
Bridgewater (Nicholas Jeffreys) 12 10
Bridlington (John Bower) 13 8
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 1,589 2
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 1,716 0 11
Chichester (Henry Baker) 0 6 6
Colchester (James Bruce) 46 6 11¾
Cowes (John Dale) 5 16
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 15 2
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 12 1
Dover (John Ball) 114 1
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 105 3
Falmouth (William Pye) 412 0
Feversham (John Smallman) 53 0
Fowey (John Lamb) 1 10 10½
Gloucester (Richard Cosseley) 4 5 3
Gweeke (Bernard Penrose) 1 12
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 53 5
Hull (Hugh Mason) 1,994 14 0
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 201 6
Lanelly (John Phillipps) 36 2 5
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 811 0 0
Looe (John Dyer) 0 1 10
Malden (Peter Robjent) 14 13 4
Milford (William Goodacre) 224 18 11½
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 3,796 1 1
Penrynn (Ambrose Thompson) 81 2
Plymouth (David Morris) 54 0 0
Poole (Thomas Chamberlaine) 19 16
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 142 19 7
Poulton (William Jennings) 9 17 3
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 32 5 0
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 3 19
Scarborough (Richard Wilson) 75 15 0
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 87 2
Southwold (Edward Davies) 13 19 0
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 515 6
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 958 17 11¾
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 247 9
Truroe (Richard Jennings) 722 13
Whitby (George Trotter) 1 10 0
ditto (Leonard Pinckney and Richard Braithwaite) 69 7 0
ditto (Hamlett Woods) 28 1
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 1 11 6
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 359 10
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 3 3 0
ditto (John Baynes, late Collector) 1 4
33,422 17 1
total Outports 14,777l. 1s. 11d.
out of the New Duty on Coffee, Tea etc. which commenced 1 May 1701:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 37,124 9
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt 1,888 3 0
(total London port 39,012l. 12s. 3½d.)
Outports:
Berwick (George Moore) 2 7 10½
Bristol (Jacob Reynardson) 1,702 6 3
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 0 16 0
Cowes (John Dale) 3 17
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 1 18 6
Dover (John Ball) 0 10 0
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 72 10 0
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 1 15
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 1 8 0
Plymouth (David Morris) 100 0 0
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 57 7 8
Rochester (John Pope) 20 0 0
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 2 3 6
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 26 1 10¼
Bristoll (John Sansome, late Collector) 925 3 7
41,930 18 11¼
(total Outports 2,918l. 6s. 7¾d.)
out of the Additional Impost on Coffee and Tea and of 15l. per cent. on Calicoes, etc.:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 78,852 8
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt 403 10
(total London port 79,255l. 19s. 4d.)
Berwick (George Moore) 2 7 10½
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 6 2
Cowes (John Dale) 3 17
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 1 18 6
Dover (John Ball) 0 10 0
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 72 10
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 1 18 9
Plymouth (David Morris) 13 10
Rochester (John Pope) 23 16 0
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 2 19 4
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 88 0 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 26 2
Bristoll (John Sansome, late Collector) 326 10
Plymouth (William Peirson, ditto) 341 10
(total Outports 911l. 14s. 3½d.)
80,167 13
total for the New Duties on Coffee, Tea, etc. 122,098l. 12s. 6¾d.
for the Tonnage Duty on French Ships:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 65 5 0
Outports:
Cowes (John Dale) 6 0 0
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 10 5 0
Hull (Hugh Mason) 46 15 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 30 0 0
Poole (Thomas Chamberlaine) 2 10 0
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 42 10 0
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 17 10 0
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 0 18 8
(total Outports 156l. 8s. 8d.)
221 13 8
for the Duty of 25l. per tun on French Prize Wine:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on Wines 850 13
Outports:
Cowes (John Dale) 0 13 10½
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 0 10 5
Falmouth (William Pye) 66 13
Hull (Hugh Mason) 2 19
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 20 15 8
Plymouth (David Morris) 121 17 3
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 100 0 0
(total Outports 313l. 10s. 1¼d.)
1,164 3
for the Second 25l. per cent. and 25l. per tun on French Goods Imported:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 5,412 9 11½
ditto, on Wines 42,765 0 0
(total London port 48,177l. 9s. 11½d.)
Outports:
Arundell (Henry Baker) 12 10 0
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 58 7 0
Berwick (George Moore) 6 5 0
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 2,201 10 4
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 1,144 14 8
Chichester (Henry Baker) 177 19 5
Cowes (John Dale) 148 4 8
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 21 13 10¾
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 1 7
Dover (John Ball) 418 10
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 0 19 10
Falmouth (William Pye) 29 6
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 4 15
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 55 16 9
Lanelthy (John Phillips) 3 19 4
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 598 17 3
Looe (John Dyer) 155 9
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 48 0 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 80 0 0
Minehead (Francis Webber) 60 0 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 1,080 12 1
Penrynn (Ambrose Thompson) 26 17
Plymouth (David Morris) 179 5 0
Poole (Thomas Chamberlaine) 184 6 9
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 1,371 11
Poulton (William Jennings) 153 11
Rochester (John Pope) 948 0 0
Rye (George Shuckburgh) 298 14 2
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 0 3 11½
Shoreham (Thomas Brigden) 261 4 10½
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 2,753 14
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 20 12
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 0 17 6
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 71 2
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 333 19
Wisbech (Robert Twells) 474 0 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 41 0 10¾
Swanzey (Matthew Seys, late Collector) 19 10 3
(total Outports 13,447l. 11s. 9d.)
61,625 1
out of the Duty on Whale Fins which determined 31 July 1710:
Leverpoole (Edmund Smith, late Collector) 2 4
out of the Duty on Whale Fins which determined 31 July 1712:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson, late Collector) 5 8
out of the said Duty which commenced 1 Aug. 1712:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 5,741 12 7
ditto, on Plantation Goods 253 5 10½
(total London port 5,994l. 18s. 5½d.)
Outports:
Hull (Hugh Mason) 48 8
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 15 7 6
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 9 15
Scarborough (John Baynes, late Collector) 3 12
(total Outports 77l. 3s. 9¼d.)
6,072 2
total for the Duty on Whale Fins 6,079l. 14s. 7d.
for the Duty of 15l. per cent. on India Goods:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 76,332 9
out of the Duty on Coals which determined 15 May 1708:
Yarmouth (Thomas Clarke, late Collector) 27 18 1
out of the Duty on Coals which determined at Michaelmas 1710:
London port:
sundry merchants, for interest on bonds 4 15
Outports:
Shoreham (Thomas Brigden) 13 3 6
Ipswich (John Knackstone, late Collector) 7 18
(total Outports 21l. 2s. 1¼d.)
25 17
total for the Expired Duties on Coals 53l. 15s. 3½d.
out of the Duty of 3s. per chaldron on Coals which commenced 3 Sept. 1710:
London port:
Richard Peirce, Collector, in money 41,563 12 1
ditto, ditto, in bonds 2,806 10 6
sundry merchants, for interest on bonds 98 5
(total London port 44,468l. 8s. 2½d.)
Outports:
Aldeburgh (James Syred) 165 12 10
Arundell (Henry Baker) 6 12
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 527 1
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 121 0
Berwick (George Moore) 5 13
Boston (Samuel Oldfeild) 1,625 12 11
Blackney and Cley (Thomas Shorting) 262 16
Bridgwater (Nicholas Jeffreys) 774 12
Bridlington (John Bower) 407 6
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 50 0 0
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 370 0 0
Cardiffe (William Morgan) 6 18 0
Chichester (Henry Baker) 22 15
Colchester (James Bruce) 590 11
Cowes (John Dale) 74 2
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 72 3
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 196 5 5
Dover (John Ball) 352 16
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 255 12
Falmouth (William Pye) 88 16
Feversham (John Smallman) 395 4
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 2 16
Gloucester (Richard Cosseley) 52 14 6
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 454 3 10¾
Hull (Hugh Mason) 740 6 11¼
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 893 2 6
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 30 11
Leigh (Charles Horwell) 105 0 0
Looe (John Dyer) 21 2
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 25 0 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 4,456 6 1
Maldon (Peter Robjent) 535 12 10
Milford (William Goodacre) 38 10
Minehead (Francis Webber) 297 10 5
Newhaven (Alexander Shoebridge) 5 19 6
Padstow (William Taylor) 110 0 0
Penrynn (Ambrose Thompson) 42 0
Plymouth (David Morris) 431 16 6
Poole (Thomas Chamberlaine) 70 9
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 574 10 10¾
Poulton (William Jennings) 13 2
Rochester (John Pope) 836 18 0
Rye (George Shuckburgh) 20 4
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 110 9
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 723 13 10¼
Scarborough (Richard Wilson) 289 10
ditto (Timothy Fish) 50 12
Shoreham (Thomas Brigden) 12 4
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 513 11 10½
Southwold (Edward Davies) 81 16
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 92 4
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 1 8
Wells (John Skene) 741 3
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 123 0 0
Whitby (George Trotter) 41 0
ditto (Leonard Pinckney and Richard Braithwaite) 454 13
ditto (Hamlett Woods) 538 4 11¼
Wisbech (Robert Twells) 420 0 0
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 252 15
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 4,197 7 0
Arundell (Nicholas Eveleigh, late Collector) 24 2 0
Scarborough (John Baynes, ditto) 33 8
(total Outports 24,831l. 0s. 6d.)
69,299 8
out of the Duty of 2s. per chaldron on Coals which commenced 9 March 1710:
London port:
Richard Peirce, in money 27,709 1
ditto, in bonds 1,871 0 4
sundry merchants, for interest on bonds 65 1
(total London port 29,645l. 3s. 8¾d.)
Outports:
Aldeburgh (James Syred) 110 8
Arundell (Henry Baker) 4 8
Barnstaple (Robert Row) 334 19
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 85 4 5
Berwick (George Moore) 3 15
Boston (Samuel Oldfeild) 972 1 7
Blackney and Cley (Thomas Shorting) 175 4
Bridgwater (Nicholas Jeffreys) 492 16
Bridlington (John Bower) 270 6 5
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 50 0 0
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 150 0 0
Cardiffe (William Morgan) 4 12 0
Chichester (Henry Baker) 15 3 10¾
Colchester (James Bruce) 316 12
Cowes (John Dale) 49 14
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 48 2 10½
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 110 11
Dover (John Ball) 234 11
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 243 18
Falmouth (William Pye) 59 5
Feversham (John Smallman) 260 3
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 1 17 5
Gloucester (Richard Cosseley) 35 1
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 282 15 7
Hull (Hugh Mason) 668 15 2
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 519 15 4
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 20 7 10
Leigh (Charles Howell) 70 0 0
Looe (John Dyer) 14 1 8
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 15 0 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 3,237 7
Maldon (Peter Robjent) 430 9 2
Milford (William Goodacre) 67 6
Minehead (Francis Webber) 104 11 6
Newhaven (Alexander Shoebridge) 9 1
Padstow (William Taylor) 80 0 0
Penrynn (Ambrose Thompson) 27 18 11
Plymouth (David Morris) 481 10 6
Poole (Thomas Chamberlaine) 61 3 6
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 255 12 0
Poulton (William Jennings) 8 15 1
Rochester (John Pope) 569 4
Rye (George Shuckburgh) 13 9 11½
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 73 12
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 486 16 9
Scarborough (Richard Wilson) 191 17
ditto (Timothy Fish) 33 15
Shoreham (Thomas Brigden) 2 12
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 348 6
Southwold (Edward Davies) 79 7
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 62 2 11
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 0 19
Wells (John Keene) 510 18
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 97 11 3
Whitby (George Trotter) 27 6
ditto (Leonard Pinckney and Richard Braithwaite) 281 7
ditto (Hamlett Woods) 358 16 7
Wisbech (Robert Twells) 280 0 0
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 171 7
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 2,841 19
Arundell (Nicholas Eveleigh, late Collector) 16 1 4
Scarborough (John Baines, late Collector) 22 8 1
(total Outports 16,853l. 12s. 1d.)
46,498 15
total for the Growing Duty on Coals 115,798l. 4s. 6¼d.
for the New Duty on Pepper and other Grocery:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 21,621 13
Outports:
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 5 3 9
Beaumaris (George Moore) 3 7 11¾
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 3,671 9 7
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 87 12
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 7 4 0
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 13 19
Dover (John Ball) 0 5
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 509 2
Falmouth (William Pye) 7 9
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 0 2
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 167 0 0
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 62 7 10¾
Penrynn (Ambrose Thompson) 117 6
Plymouth (David Morris) 145 0 0
Poole (Thomas Chamberlaine) 1 3 6
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 22 14
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 80 5 6
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 112 15 2
(total Outports 5,014l. 10s. 9¼d.)
26,636 4
for the New Duty on Hides:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 2,923 18 1
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt 87 8 2
(total London port, 3,011l. 6s. 3d.)
Outports:
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 22 18 0
Cowes (John Dale) 2 0 0
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 0 9 6
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 1 0 10
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 3 12 0
Dover (John Ball) 1 0 0
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 8 9 8
Rochester (John Pope) 6 13 0
Scarborough (Richard Wilson) 0 1 8
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 1 1 8
Whitby (Leonard Pinckney and Richard Braithwaite) 12 13 0
(total Outports 59l. 19s. 4d.)
3,071 5 7
for the Additional Duty on Hides:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 51,881 6
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt 111 14
(total London port 51,993l. 1s.)
Outports:
Barnstaple (Robert Row) 0 16 0
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 690 0 0
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 30 12 11¼
Cowes (John Dale) 1 0 0
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 1 6 6
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 0 17 5
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 3 19 7
Hull (Hugh Mason) 1 6 11
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 4 4 10
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 77 1
Poulton (William Jennings) 0 16 4
Rochester (John Pope) 3 10 6
Scarborough (Richard Wilson) 0 0 10
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 0 10 10
Whitby (Leonard Pinckney and Richard Braithwaite) 6 6 6
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 36 18 5
(total Outports 859l. 9s. 1¾d.)
52,852 10
total for the New and Additional Duties on Hides 55,923l. 15s. 8¾d.
for the New Duty on Soap:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 13,576 11 8
Outports:
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 1 1 5
Berwick (George Moore) 14 13 4
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 250 0 0
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 11 0
Colchester (James Bruce) 9 11
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 2 16 0
Dover (John Ball) 13 5 6
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 81 15
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 0 5 5
Hull (Hugh Mason) 192 3
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 27 0 4
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 16 10 11¼
Looe (John Dyer) 13 4 6
Newcastle (Anthony Isaackson) 103 2
Plymouth (David Morris) 27 0 0
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 2 0 0
Poulton (William Jennings) 2 10 2
Rochester (John Pope) 7 16 2
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 0 8 0
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 0 2 4
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 0 1 6
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 14 19 6
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 5 5 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 71 12
(total Outports 868l. 5s. 4¼d.)
14,444 17
out of the New Duty on Candles:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt 25 11 0
Outports:
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 0 8 4
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 5 5
Milford (William Goodacre) 0 2 10
(total Outports 5l. 16s. 10½d.)
31 7 10½
out of the Additional Duties on Candles:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt 25 11 0
Outports:
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 0 8 4
25 19 4
total for the New and Additional Duties on Candles 57l. 7s. 2½d.
for the New Duty on Hops:
Berwick (George Moore) 23 0 3
for the New Duty on Sail Cloth which commenced 22 July 1713:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt 586 4 6
Outports:
Colchester (James Bruce) 2 0 0
Cowes (John Dale) 12 0 0
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 1 7 8
Hull (Hugh Mason) 20 0 0
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 1 8 0
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 1 12 8
Scarborough (Richard Wilson) 1 3 4
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 3 14 8
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 10 0 10
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 1 12 8
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 2 8 4
(total Outports 57l. 8s. 2d.)
643 12 8
for the New Duty on Rock Salt:
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 914 9 0
for the Prize Duties from the American Plantations:
New Yorke (Thomas Byerley) 210 0 0
Carolina (Thomas Broughton per Thomas Scott) 1,513 19 8
1,723 19 8
for the Enumerated Duties from the American Plantations:
Philadelphia (John Moore) 77 5 10
New Yorke (William Davies) 27 8 7
Newcastle (Samuel Lowman) 177 10 7
Jamaica (Peter Beckford) 82 8 1
Barbadoes (Thomas Edwards) 166 1 2
530 14 3
for the Duty of Four and a Half per cent.:
Thomas Scott, Husband of the Queen's Plantation Goods 9,652 10
for the Coinage Duty:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on Wines 6,232 7 7
ditto, on Brandy and Mum 546 17 10
(total London port 6,779l. 5s. 5d.)
Outports:
Arundell (Henry Baker) 0 5 0
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 11 17 10
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 2 12 10¾
Blackney and Cley (Thomas Shorting) 0 0
Bridgwater (Nicholas Jeffreys) 7 15
Berwick (George Moore) 0 17
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 361 14 9
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 70 8
Chichester (Henry Baker) 2 14
Colchester (James Bruce) 0 4 2
Cowes (John Dale) 2 8 1
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 0 6
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 14 12 3
Dover (John Ball) 52 8 3
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 68 6 10¼
Falmouth (William Pye) 24 4 11¼
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 0 1 11
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 4 5 8
Hull (Hugh Mason) 146 12 10¼
Lanelthy (John Philips) 0 3
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 3 6
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 49 0 0
ditto (Edmund Smith, late Collector) 13 18
Looe (John Dyer) 1 4
Lynn (Henry Hare) 140 0 0
Milford (William Goodacre) 14 14
Minehead (Francis Webber) 3 10 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 3 12
Penrynn (Ambrose Thompson) 16 19
Plymouth (David Morris) 68 18 10¼
Poole (Thomas Chamberlaine) 4 15
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 120 6 10¾
Poulton (William Jennings) 3 1
Rochester (John Pope) 25 0 0
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 0 8 0
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 134 5
Shoreham (Thomas Brigden) 5 12
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 0 0 7
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 1 7
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 0 5 6
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 4 18 11
ditto (Matthew Seys, late Collector) 4 5
Wisbech (Robert Twells) 44 0 0
Whitby (Leonard Pinckney and Richard Braithwaite) 0 4
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 0 1
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 8 19
(total Outports 1,444l. 18s. 3¼d.)
8,224 3
total Receipts for the several Duties as above 1,600,377l. 3s. 6¼d.
money remitted to this Accomptant by the Cashier of Customs in Scotland:
for Customs 37 10 0
for the New Subsidy 950 0 0
for the One Third Subsidy 1,323 16 10¾
for the Two Third Subsidy 1,220 0 0
for the Additional Impositions 241 4
for the New Duty on Pepper and Grocery 70 12 6
for the Duty of 25l. per tun on French Wine 336 10
for the New Duty on Hides, Skins, etc. 165 12 9
for the New Duty on Soap etc. 211 17 10½
for the Duty on Outward Goods Exported 291 14
for the Duty of 3s. a chaldron on Coals 63 9 11½
4,912 9
money received of Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver in the Port of London, for the New Duty of 5l. per cent. on East India Goods under the Act 9 & 10 Wm. III: [9 Wm. III, c. 44, s. 66] to be paid over to the East India Company for the maintenance of Ambassadors etc. 1,840 11 0
total charge and receipts £1,921,729 13 10½
Discharge.
Salaries of the Commissioners and other Officers of the Customs borne upon the Quarter Books in the Port of London:
Charles Godolphin, Sir John Werden and Sir John Stanley, bts., Matthew Prior, John Bridges, Robert Williamson and Edward Gibbon, Commissioners of Customs 7,000 0 0
Charles Godolphin, Register General of all Trading Ships 500 0 0
Charles Carkess, Secretary to the Commissioners 400 0 0
ditto, for clerks 150 0 0
ditto, for a Northern clerk and for a copying clerk 140 0 0
John Manley, Plantation and Western clerk 130 0 0
Robert Stephens, Solicitor for the Customs 300 0 0
George Medcalfe, his Assistant 100 0 0
Charles Davenant, Inspector General of Exports and Imports, for himself and clerks 1,200 0 0
Arnold Sansome, Comptroller of the Issues, ditto 580 0 0
George Langton, Inspector of the Outport Collectors, ditto 600 0 0
William Taylour, Usher of the Custom House, for himself and staff 237 0 0
other Officers of the Customs, detailed at length 16,916 11
28,253 11
salaries of the Patent Officers in the Port of London:
Rowland Holt, Comptroller General 1,000 0 0
Sir John Shaw, bt., Collector Inwards 466 13 4
Sir Thomas Crisp, Collector Outwards 276 13 4
the heirs of Andrew Newport and James Halsall, Surveyor General 500 0 0
Charles Downing, Comptroller of the Great and Petty Customs 255 0 0
Thomas Gibson and others, Surveyor of the Petty Customs 300 0 0
Henry Ferne, this Accomptant 1,000 0 0
other Officers, named and detailed at length 1,794 1 9
5,592 8 5
salaries of the Patent Officers in the Outports, named and detailed at length (John Jones, Surveyor of the Customs in the Outports, 366l. 16s. 8d.; Richard Homes, Inspector and Examiner of the Outport Books, 450l.; Bristol 237l. 4s. 7d.; Chester 106l. 13s. 4d.; Hull 106l. 13s. 4d.; Newcastle 101l. 10s. 5d.; Southampton 201l. 13s. 4d.; other places each under 100l.) 2,369 13 6
salaries of the Officers in the Plantations:
Thomas Broughton, Collector, Charles Town, South Carolina (year) 60 0 0
Nathaniel Chevin, Collector, Roanoke, North Carolina (year) 40 0 0
George Luke, Collector, James River (Lower Part), Virginia (1½ years) 150 0 0
Sampson Trevethan, Surveyor, Elizabeth River, Virginia (two years) 90 0 0
Thomas Seymour, Collector, South Potomack, Virginia (9 Oct. 1710 to Mids. 1712) 136 17 6
ditto, at North Potomack, Maryland (Mids. to 9 Oct. 1710) 17 11 9
George Muschamp, Collector, Poteuxen, Maryland (Mids. to Nov. 1709) 29 3 0
William Bladen, Surveyor, Anapolis, Maryland (half year to Xmas 1712) 30 0 0
Stephen Knight, Riding Surveyor, Bahama and Sassafras, Maryland (same time) 25 0 0
William Fasset, serving as Surveyor at Wiccomoco and Munni in Maryland (year) 40 0 0
William Dyer, Surveyor, Delaware Bay (same time) 50 0 0
Samuel Lowman, Collector, Newcastle, Pensilvania (same time) 90 0 0
Henry Brook, Collector, Lewis, Pensilvania (same time) 90 0 0
John Graves, Collector, Bahama Islands (same time) 70 0 0
Thomas Farmer, serving as Collector, Perth Amboy, East Jersey (same time) 40 0 0
Thomas Byerley, Collector, New York (same time) 55 0 0
William Carter, Comptroller there (same time) 55 0 0
John Jekyll, Collector, Boston, New England (same time) 100 0 0
Thomas Newton, Comptroller there (two years) 140 0 0
Robert Armstrong, Collector and Surveyor at Piscataway, New England (year) 100 0 0
Charles Blechynden, Collector and Surveyor, Salem and Marblehead, New England (1½ years) 150 0 0
Nathaniel Key, Collector and Surveyor, Rhode Island, New England (year) 100 0 0
Archibald Cummings, Preventive Officer of the Illegal Trade in Newfoundland, for himself and two clerks (same time) 150 0 0
Maurice Birchfield, Surveyor General of the Northern part of the Continent of America, for himself and clerk (same time) 415 0 0
ditto, for a boat and four boatmen (¾ year to Mids. 1713) 60 0 0
John Manley, Plantation Clerk (year) 100 0 0
2,383 12 3
annual and accidental payments out of the Customs, detailed (including 274l. to Sir John Cope, bt., for a year's rent of the Custom House; Exchequer Fees to the Ushers, the Officers of the Pipe Office and the Queen's Remembrancer's Office; 90l. for the Auditor's fee to Thomas Foley etc.) 4,105 8 7
ditto out of the New Subsidy 125 0 0
ditto out of the One-Third Subsidy 40 0 0
ditto out of the Two-Third Subsidy 70 0 0
ditto out of the New Additional Impositions 85 0 0
ditto out of the Duty on Goods Exported 40 0 0
ditto out of the New Duty on Coffee, Tea, etc. 15 0 0
ditto out of the Additional Duty on Coffee, Tea etc. and the Duty of 15l. per cent. on Calicoes 190 0 0
ditto out of the Tonnage Duty on French ships 10 0 0
ditto out of the Second 25l. per cent. and per tun on French Goods Imported 20 0 0
ditto out of the Duty of Whale Fins 15 0 0
ditto out of the Duty of 15l. per cent. on India Goods 430 0 0
ditto out of the 3s. and 2s. Duties on Coals 1,287 2
ditto out of the New Duty on Pepper and other Grocery 40 0 0
ditto out of the New Duty on Hides 52 3 8
ditto out of the Additional Duty on Hides 47 11 0
ditto out of the New Duty on Soap 2 0 0
ditto out of the New Duty on Candles 4 0 0
ditto out of the New Duty on Hops 4 0 0
ditto out of the New Duty on Rock Salt exported 2 0 0
ditto out of the Prize Duties 2 0 0
ditto out of the Enumerated Duties 5 0 0
ditto out of the Duty of 4½ per cent. 5,818 16 2
ditto out of the Coinage Duty 284 2 8
8,588 16
allowance for necessary and incidental expenses, detailed at length, in managing the affairs of the Customs in the Port of London 30,574 4
total payments and allowances out of the Customs, Subsidies and other new Duties, 81,867l. 14s. 11¼d.
bonds cancelled and discharged 2,456 13
money allowed for damaged and overentered goods, for portage money, and for goods exported:
damages and over-entries 6,774 19 1
money repaid upon portage bills 1,433 10 11
ditto upon debentures for goods exported:
out of the Customs for the Old Subsidy and Additional Duty 110,464 10 11
out of ditto for corn exported 87,573 10
out of the New Subsidy to 1 Feb. 1699–1700 4 8 3
out of ditto to 8 March 1701–2 1 9
out of ditto from 8 March 1701–2 88,442 12 11½
out of the One-Third Subsidy to 8 March 1706–7 225 18
out of ditto from 8 March 1706–7 29,352 5
out of the Two-Third Subsidy to 8 March 1711–12 3 1
out of ditto from 8 March 1711–12 11,070 5 11¼
out of the Additional Impositions to 31 July 1710 683 8
out of ditto to 31 July 1712 348 15
out of ditto from 1 Aug. 1712 4,428 16
out of the New Duty on Coffee, etc. 283 14 1
out of the Additional Duty on Coffee, etc. 8,879 17
out of the Duty on Whale-fins from 1 Aug. 1712 180 17
out of the Duty of 15l. per cent. on India goods 44,344 12
out of the Duty on Coals to Mich. 1710 6 13 6
out of the 3s. per chaldron Duty on Coals 238 1
out of the 2s. per chaldron ditto 153 10 2
out of the New Duty on Pepper etc. 1,533 1 3
out of the New Duty on Hides, Skins, etc. 22 15 10
out of the Additional Duty on Hides, Skins, Coffee, etc. 4,568 14 10½
for the New Duty on Soap 851 15
and out of the Coinage Duty 73 11 9
393,736 7
the produce of the New Duty of 5l. per cent. on East India goods repaid to the Treasurer of the East India Company for the maintenance of Ambassadors etc., under 9 & 10 William III (9 Wm. III, c. 44, s. 66] 1,840 11 0
money received in England and paid over into the Receipt of the Exchequer, detailed by dates:
out of the Customs which determined 31 July 1712 816 11 2
out of ditto which commenced 1 Aug. 1712 211,602 5 8
212,418 16 10
out of the New Subsidy to 1 Feb. 1699–1700 36 12 7
out of ditto to 8 March 1701–2 266 7
out of ditto from 8 March 1701–2 263,925 18 9
264,228 19
out of the First Additional or One-Third Subsidy from 8 March 1706–7 85,616 11
out of the Two-Third Subsidy to 8 March 1711–12 3,299 5
ditto from 8 March 1711–12 93,103 16
96,403 2 1
out of the Additional Impositions to 31 July 1710 3,080 4 7
out of ditto to 31 July 1712 1,353 7
out of ditto from 1 Aug. 1712 48,198 5 0
52,631 16 10½
out of the New Duty on Goods Exported 33,422 17
out of the New Duty on Coffee, Tea, etc. 41,117 7
out of the Additional Duty on Coffee, Tea etc. and of 15l. per cent. on Calicoes 71,074 17
112,192 4 8
out of the Tonnage Duty on French ships 216 13 8
out of the Duty of 25l. per tun on Prize Wine 1,164 3
out of the Second 25l. per cent. and 25l. per tun on French Goods Imported 61,327 4 3
out of the Duty on Whale Fins to 31 July 1710 2 4 1
out of ditto to 31 July 1712 5 8
out of ditto from 1 Aug. 1712 5,891 5
5,898 17 7
out of the Duty of 15l. per cent. on India goods 31,617 17 3
out of the Duty on Coals to 14 May 1708 27 18 1
out of ditto to Mich. 1710 84 10
112 8
out of the Duty of 3s. per chaldron on Coals 72,107 14
out of the Duty of 2s. per chaldron on Coals 48,438 8 4
120,546 2 10½
out of the New Duty on Pepper and other Grocery 24,837 1
out of the New Duty on Hides, Skins, etc. 2,986 14 9
out of the Additional Duty on Hides, Skins, Coffee, etc. 48,138 10 7
51,125 5 4
out of the New Duty on Soap, etc. 13,568 16 8
out of the New Duty on Candles 31 7 10½
out of the Additional ditto 25 19 4
57 7
out of the New Duty on Hops 23 0 3
out of the New Duty on Sail Cloth 643 12 8
out of the New Duty on Rock Salt Exported 914 9 0
out of the Prize Duties from the Plantations 1,723 19 8
out of the Enumerated Duties 525 14 3
out of the Duty of 4½ per cent. 3,859 19
out of the Coinage Duty 7,871 9
total paid into the Exchequer 1,182,948l. 11s. 6½d.
salary paid to Mr. Godolphin out of the Customs in North Britain 37 10 0
money remitted from North Britain and paid into the Exchequer:
out of the New Duty on Goods Exported 291 14 9
out of the New Additional Impositions from 1 Aug. 1712 241 4
out of the Duty of 25l. per tun on French Wine Imported 336 10 6
out of the Duty of 3s. per chaldron on Coals 63 9 11½
out of the New Subsidy from 8 March 1701–2 950 0 0
out of the One-Third Subsidy from 8 March 1706–7 1,323 16 11
out of the Two-Third Subsidy from 8 March 1711–12 1,220 0 0
out of the New Duty on Pepper and other Grocery 70 12 6
out of the New Duty on Hides, Skins, etc. 165 12 9
and out of the New Duty on Soap etc. 211 17 10½
4,874 19
total payments and allowances 1,675,970 17
and so remains 245,758 16
money remaining in the Accomptant's hands:
upon bonds for payment of Customs to 31 July 1710 34,423 3
ditto to 31 July 1712 23,827 19
ditto from 1 Aug. 1712 48,888 4 7
upon bonds for payment of the New Additional Impositions to 31 July 1710 218 5 8
ditto from 1 Aug. 1712 320 0 0
upon bonds for payment of the New Subsidy to 1 Feb. 1699–1700 1,809 18
ditto to 8 March 1701–2 2,823 3 11¼
from 8 March 1701–2 93,820 18
on bonds for payment of the Additional or One-Third Subsidy to 8 March 1706–7 16 18
ditto from 8 March 1706–7 32,724 17
on bonds for payment of the Duty of 3s. per chaldron on Coals 32 5 6
on bonds for payment of the Duty of 2s. per chaldron on Coals 21 10 4
total remaining as above 238,927l. 5s. 3d.
assignment of a debt taken in lieu of bonds, detailed 358 7 4
South Sea Stock remaining in the Accomptant's hands 1,357 4
and depending on sundry persons for money imprested to them, detailed as in previous years 555 0 0
total of the supers as above £241,197 16
and so the Accomptant is Indebted 4,560 19 5
Declared 8 February 1715–16. (fn. 1)

Footnotes

1 See note on p. cccxxv below.