Declared Accounts
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'Declared Accounts: Hides', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 27: 1713 (1955), pp. CCCLXIII-CCCLXXII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=86032 Date accessed: 21 August 2014.


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DECLARED ACCOUNTS: HIDES AND SKINS: GENERAL ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1477 [E.351/1477].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 639, ROLL 230 [A.O.1/639/230].
Philip Ryley, George Townsend, Richard Shoreditch, William Wallbancke, Roger Millart and Justinian Isham, Commissioners for the Receipt and Management of the Duties on Hides and Skins and Vellum and Parchment.
24 June 1712 to 24 June 1713.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: depending on sundry tanners etc. 1,573 9
and on sundry Collectors for the balances of their accompts 294 12
and on these Accomptants for money imprested by them etc. 18,604 1
20,472 3
Receipts: the produce of the Duties on stock in hand on 14 June 1711, received within the time of this Accompt 4 13 4
the produce of the Old Duties within the time of this Accompt:
Bedford (Thomas Pool) 2,129 3
Bristol (George Lomax) 3,041 14 11½
Cambridge (Thomas Sheffard) 2,668 0 5
Canterbury (Edmund Haddock) 670 13 2
ditto (Jacob Lynn) 2,876 17 10¾
Chester (Thomas Walbanck) 2,495 11 3
Cornwall (Edward Binlawes) 1,787 7
Cumberland (John Hodgson) 800 12 8
Derby (William Bainbridgg) 1,756 1 9
Dorset (Thomas Hope) 927 16
ditto (William Sherborne) 833 18 10
ditto (Thomas Saunderson) 452 9 3
Durham (Thomas Billings) 1,453 11
Essex (Jacob Lynn) 438 17 10½
ditto (Edmund Haddock) 1,914 1
Exeter (Thomas Symonds) 2,424 12
Gloucester (Henry Marmion) 1,627 16 10¾
Grantham (Gervas Raines) 1,180 1
Hants (Thomas Cornellius) 4,225 14
Hereford (William Brown) 1,681 13
Hertford (Edward Halford) 5,036 2
Isle of Wight (George Spong) 207 11
Lancaster (Edward Burghall) 1,938 2 6
Leeds (Matthew Slack) 2,907 11
Litchfield (Walter Warlow) 1,991 4
Lincoln (William Morton) 1,241 0
Marlborough (William Sherborn) 636 9
ditto (Thomas Hope) 1,056 7 2
Northampton (John Wyat) 2,475 13
Northumberland (John Wilcox) 869 4
Norwich (Thomas Boocock) 3,004 10 3
Oxford (Leonard Benton) 1,497 8
Reading (Thomas Gibbons) 2,223 16 6
Richmond (William Arthur) 1,160 3 11½
Salop (Maurice Pugh) 2,357 16
Sheffeild (John Rocket) 2,134 3
Suffolk (Richard Eeles) 3,055 7
Surry (Samuel Power) 4,593 15
Sussex (Thomas French) 2,260 3
Taunton (Joseph Wheeler) 2,556 6
Tiverton (Stewkley Goodwyn) 1,669 5
East Wales (Edward Keymeys) 909 0
Middle Wales (John Jenkins) 1,072 5
North Wales (William Gough) 596 3
West Wales (John Picton) 690 6 10½
Westmorland (William Askew) 1,599 10
Worcester (John Morris) 3,068 2
York (John Brook) 1,651 19 0
these Accomptants in London and within the Bills of Mortality 10,489 6
100,335 16
the produce of the Additional Duty within the time of this accompt:
Bedford (Thomas Poole) 923 5
Bristol (George Lomax) 1,541 17
Cambridge (Thomas Shefford) 1,214 2
Canterbury (Jacob Lynn) 1,621 2
Chester (Thomas Wallbanck) 1,161 15
Cornwall (Edward Binlaws) 905 7 8
Cumberland (John Hodgson) 418 15 11¼
Derby (William Bainbrig) 872 16
Dorset (Thomas Hope) 325 13 10¾
ditto (William Sherborn) 478 13 2
ditto (Thomas Saunderson) 253 18
Durham (Thomas Billings) 811 12 10½
Essex (Edmond Haddock) 1,100 0
Exeter (Thomas Symonds) 1,334 9 11½
Gloucester (Henry Marmion) 756 3
Grantham (Gervas Raynes) 629 6
Hants (Thomas Cornelius) 1,969 8
Hereford (William Brown) 819 6
Hertford (Edward Halford) 2,800 19
Isle of Wight (George Spong) 89 14 0
Lancaster (Edward Burghall) 928 0
Leeds (Matthew Slack) 1,450 15 10½
Litchfield (Walter Warlow) 950 14
Lincoln (William Morton) 606 4
Marlborough (William Sherborne) 171 12
ditto (Thomas Hope) 606 5
Northampton (John Wyatt) 1,218 17
Northumberland (John Wilcox) 447 1
Norwich (Thomas Boocock) 1,369 19 10¾
Oxford (Leonard Benton) 712 18 0
Reading (Thomas Gibbons) 1,002 17
Richmond (William Archer) 595 14
Salop (Matthew Pugh) 1,231 1 4
Sheffeild (John Rocket) 976 14
Suffolk (Richard Eeles) 1,378 16
Surrey (Samuel Power) 2,205 12
Sussex (Thomas French) 1,008 14 5
Taunton (Joseph Wheeler) 1,232 12 1
Tiverton (Stewkley Goodwyn) 831 12
East Wales (Edward Kemeys) 431 5
Middle Wales (John Jenkins) 546 13 10¼
North Wales (William Gough) 329 4
West Wales (John Picton) 392 9 11
Westmorland (William Askew) 788 2 2
Worcester (John Morris) 1,559 11
York (John Brook) 880 5 5
these Accomptants in London and within the Bills of Mortality 5,299 15
49,182 3
money arising by fines and penalties, detailed by Collectors and places 429 2 3
surcharges:
on sundry collectors, detailed, for interest on bills of Exchange; on the Old Duties 3 7 10
ditto; on the Additional Duties 3 12
on sundry tanners and others, from the Examiners' Office in London, detailed by collections only; on the Old Duties 5 18 9
ditto; on the Additional Duties 1 2 9
on sundry tanners and others, from the Collectors' ledgers and the London ledger, detailed as above; on the Old Duty 0 15 10¾
ditto; on the Additional Duty 0 9
15 7 9
total due and payable on these Duties 149,967l. 3s. 2d.
overpayments, detailed by Collectors:
on the Old Duty 72 14
on the Additional Duty 198 11
271 5
repayment to these Accomptants to clear off the like sum imprested by them for incidents and shown in super in the preceding Accompt 636 9 10
total charge and receipts (viz. for the Old Duty 121,961l. 1s. 7½d. and for the Additional Duty 49,386l. 0s. 1¼d.) £171,347 1
Discharge.
Overpayments by several Collectors, detailed, on the Old Duty within the time of the preceding Accompt 3 1 10¾
salaries and incidents:
salaries of the Commissioners and other Officers in London; out of the Old Duties 2,360l. 15s. 1¼d. and out of the New Duties 778l. 4s. 3¼d. 3,138 19
salaries of the Officers employed in the Country Collections, detailed with names of Collectors; out of the Old Duties 16,018l. 3s. 0½d. and out of the Additional Duties 7,802l. 18s. 6¾d. 23,821 1
total for salaries 26,960l. 0s. 11¾d.
incident charges in London; out of the Old Duties 1,604l. 15s. 10½d. and out of the Additional Duties 153l. 18s. 7¾d. 1,758 14
incident charges in Country Collections; postage etc. 578l. 12s. 3½d., riding charges 1,310l. 13s. 0d., Officers' taxes repaid 1,726l. 18s. 1¼d., and charges of returning money 49l. 0s. 9¾d.; out of the Old Duties 2,387l. 8s. 11½d. and out of the Additional Duties 1,277l. 15s. 3d. 3,665 4
total for incident charges 5,423l. 18s. 8¾d. 32,383 19
(total of the above out of the Old Duties 22,371l. 2s. 11¾d. and out of the New Duties 10,012l. 16s. 8¾d.)
repayments on debentures for hides and skins exported and for overcharges:
repayments on debentures:
London; out of the Old Duties 5,550l. 1s. 8d. and out of the Additional Duty 1,237l. 15s. 9d. 6,787 17 5
Country Collections, detailed; out of the Old Duties 1,320l. 8s. 0d. and out of the Additional Duties 325l. 2s. 7¼d. 1,645 10
(total repaid on debentures 8,433l. 8s. 0¼d.)
overcharges; out of the Old Duties 17l. 6s. 1d. and out of the Additional Duties 3l. 5s. 1½d. 20 11
8,453 19
(of the above 6,887l. 15s. 9d. is out of the Old Duties and 1,567l. 3s. 5¾d. is out of the Additional Duties)
the Auditor's fee, to Edward Harley and Thomas Foley; out of the Old Duties 243l. 15s. and out of the Additional Duties 56l. 5s. 300 0 0
money paid into the Exchequer; out of the Old Duties 67,628l. 2s. 5d. and out of the Additional Duties 28,271l. 18s. 10½d. 95,900 1
allowance of a surcharge at the head of this Accompt; the money standing in super at the foot of the preceding Accompt, being imprested by the Accomptants to defray incident charges 636 9 10
total payments and allowances £137,677 11 11½
(out of the Old Duty 97,770l. 7s. 10½d. and out of the New Duty 39,907l. 4s. 1d.)
and so remains 33,669 9 9
whereof depending in money due and payable from sundry tanners and others and remaining in arrear in the hands of the several Collectors:
money due from sundry tanners etc.
on accompt of the Old Duties:
Bedford Collection 165 5
Bristoll Collection 94 5
Cambridge Collection 200 5
Canterbury Collection 139 11 10¾
Cumberland Collection 0 5 11¼
Derby Collection 31 15
Dorset Collection 1 2
Essex Collection 70 16 7
Exeter Collection 35 4 3
Gloucester Collection 8 19
Grantham Collection 3 19 0
Hants. Collection 11 19 5
Hertford Collection 318 16
Litchfeild Collection 3 5
Marlborough Collection 10 17 4
Northampton Collection 39 8 6
Norwich Collection 16 5
Oxford Collection 107 12
Reading Collection 73 3
Suffolk Collection 67 7 10¾
Surrey Collection 356 8
Sussex Collection 72 18 11
Tiverton Collection 15 7
East Wales Collection 0 7
Worcester Collection 40 16 9
York Collection 1 7 11
London Collection 71 1
1,958 16 8
ditto on accompt of the Additional Duty:
Bedford Collection 80 1 8
Bristoll Collection 64 15
Cambridge Collection 108 16
Canterbury Collection 73 10 2
Cumberland Collection 0 10
Derby Collection 16 16
Dorset Collection 0 11
Essex Collection 40 7 2
Exeter Collection 18 12 3
Gloucester Collection 0 2 10
Grantham Collection 9 0
Hants Collection 11 6 10¾
Hertford Collection 251 10 0
Litchfield Collection 3 1 11¾
Marlborough Collection 12 3
Northampton Collection 21 9
Norwich Collection 11 2
Oxford Collection 64 13
Reading Collection 47 8 6
Suffolk Collection 36 5
Sussex Collection 227 5
Surrey Collection 44 1
Tiverton Collection 8 17 10
Worcester Collection 29 14
York Collection 0 13 11½
1,182 19 8
total as above 3,141l. 16s. 4d.
money remaining in the Collectors' hands for arrears of the Old Duties:
Bedford (Thomas Poole) 1 4 1
Bristol (George Lomax) 0 1
Cambridge (Thomas Sheffield) 2 17 1
Canterbury (Jacob Lynn) 18 17
Chester (Francis Gregson) 0 4
ditto (Thomas Wallbank) 10 10 2
Cornwall (Edward Binlaws) 10 14 8
Cumberland (John Hodgson) 32 1
Derby (William Bainbrig) 0 0
Dorset (William Sherborne) 90 2
Durham (Thomas Billings) 0 6
Essex (Edmond Haddock) 1 2 10½
Exeter (Thomas Symonds) 98 19
Gloucester (Henry Marmion) 4 1 6
Grantham (Gervas Raynes) 1 8 9
Hants (Thomas Cornelius) 0 19
Hertford (Edward Halford) 4 18 7
Isle of Wight (George Sponge) 0 0
Lancaster (Edward Burghall) 6 7
Leeds (Matthew Slack) 0 3 3
Litchfeild (Walter Warlow) 0 2
Northampton (John Wyat) 0 0
Northumberland (John Wilcocks) 1 6
Norwich (Thomas Boocock) 7 0
Oxford (Leonard Benton) 0 0
Richmond (William Archer) 0 5
Salop (Maurice Pugh) 309 4
Suffolk (Richard Eeles) 7 19
Surrey (Samuel Power) 4 7
Sussex (Thomas French) 1 8
East Wales (Edward Kemeys) 0 0
North Wales (William Gough) 8 5
West Wales (John Picton) 29 9
Westmorland (William Askew) 9 5
Worcester (John Morris) 0 16 9
664 12 10
ditto for arrears of the Additional Duties:
Bedford (Thomas Poole) 3 3
Dorset (Thomas Saunderson) 0 0
Essex (Edmund Haddock) 1 5
Exeter (Thomas Symonds) 39 12 10½
Gloucester (Henry Marmion) 10 19
Hants. (Thomas Cornelius) 0 0
Hertford (Edward Halford) 0 0
Leeds (Matthew Slack) 0 1
Litchfeild (Walter Warlow) 0 0
Lincolne (William Morton) 41 0
Northampton (John Wyat) 0 0
Oxford (Leonard Benton) 0 0
Reading (Thomas Gibbons) 28 9
Richmond (William Archer) 0 3
Salop (Maurice Pugh) 17 3 8
Sheffeild (John Rocket) 0 0
Surrey (Samuel Power) 6 5
Sussex (Thomas French) 0 1 8
Middle Wales (John Jenkins) 1 7 5
York (John Brook) 0 2 9
149 19
total in the Collectors' hands as above 814l. 12s. 6½d.
remaining in the Accomptants' hands at the foot of their Cash Accompt for the Old Duties 1,689 10
ditto for the Additional Duties 23 4
ditto, being money remitted by sundry Collectors after the determination of this Accompt; for the Old Duties 19,877 13
ditto for the Additional Duties 8,122 12
29,713 0 10½
total depending £33,669 9 9
and so this General Accompt is even and Quit.
Declared 17 July 1717.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: HIDES: CASH ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1401 [E.351/1401]. (fn. 1)
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 783, ROLL 969 [A.O.1/783/969].
Philip Ryley, George Townsend, Richard Shordiche, William WallBanck, Roger Millart and Justinian Isham, Commissioners for the Duties on Hides, Skins, Vellom and Parchment.
24 June 1712 (exclusive) to 24 June 1713.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears on the Old Duties:
remaining in the Accomptants' hands on the end of the last Cash Accompt 1,310 8
and depending on Francis Sorrel for so much imprested to him 2 July 1711 to 29 April 1712 for incidents of the Office 636 9 10
1,946 18
Receipts: money received during the time of this Accompt for the Old Duties and the Additional Duties on Hides etc.:
for the Old Duties commencing 24 June 1711:
Bedford (Thomas Poole) 1,586 12
Bristol (John Hardy) 553 13 6
ditto (George Lomax) 1,971 17 1
Cambridge (Thomas Sheffard) 2,085 12
Canterbury (Edmund Haddock) 708 3
ditto (Jacob Lynn) 1,939 7 11½
Chester (Thomas Wallbancke) 2,137 8
Cornwall (Samuel Saunders) 148 3
ditto (Edward Binlaws) 913 11 8
Cumberland (John Hodgson) 362 11
Derby (William Bainbrig) 1,219 19
Dorset (Thomas Hope) 955 12 11
ditto (William Sherborn) 470 5 10½
Durham (Thomas Billings) 1,086 7 11¼
Essex (Jacob Lynn) 646 10 0
ditto (Edmond Haddock) 543 16
Exeter (Thomas Symonds) 1,773 13 10½
Gloucester (Henry Marmion) 1,063 8 10
Grantham (Gervas Raynes) 672 9 10½
Hampshire (Thomas Cornelius) 3,693 10 5
Hereford (William Brown) 1,261 11 8
Hertford (Edward Halford) 4,013 13 11½
Isle of Wight (George Spong) 156 4 4
Lancaster (Edward Burghall) 1,484 12
Leeds (John Rocket) 601 3 10
ditto (Matthew Slack) 1,850 14 11¾
Litchfield (Walter Warlow) 1,369 14 8
Lincoln (William Morton) 908 12
Lynn (Thomas Boocock) 220 15
Marlborough (William Sherborne) 653 14
ditto (Thomas Hope) 497 1
Northampton (John Wyat) 1,827 6
Northumberland (William Pullein) 168 15 2
ditto (John Wilcocks) 451 8 10¼
Norwich (Richard Eeles) 309 0
ditto (Thomas Boocock) 1,737 10
Oxford (Leonard Benton) 1,038 2 11½
Reading (Thomas Gibbons) 1,685 17 10¼
Richmond (William Archer) 730 3
Salop (Maurice Pugh) 1,758 6 6
Sheffield (Matthew Slack) 463 8 11
ditto (John Rocket) 1,275 7
Suffolk (John Bun) 619 14
ditto (Richard Eeles) 1,819 14 4
Surrey (Samuel Powers) 4,017 6
Sussex (Thomas French) 1,349 18 8
Taunton (Joseph Wheeler) 1,999 15
Tiverton (Stewkley Goodwyn) 1,267 1
East Wales (Edward Kemeys) 549 2
Middle Wales (John Jenkins) 595 7
North Wales (William Gough) 250 8
West Wales (John Picton) 159 8
Westmorland (William Askew) 1,318 17
Worcester (John Morris) 2,529 19
York (John Brook) 1,040 0
and by these Accomptants in London 10,617 0 11
77,130 2
for the Additional Duty on Hides etc. commencing 1 Aug. 1712.
Bedford (Thomas Poole) 420 14
Bristol (George Lomax) 901 10 10½
Cambridge (Thomas Sheffard) 603 0 0
Canterbury (Jacob Lynn) 1,051 13 11¼
Chester (Thomas Wallbanck) 669 0
Cornwall (Edward Binlaws) 596 2
Cumberland (John Hodgson) 269 7
Derby (William Bainbrigg) 501 1
Dorset (Thomas Hope) 292 14 10
ditto (William Sherborne) 365 15 7
Durham (Thomas Billings) 496 19 0
Essex (Edmund Haddock) 511 1
Exeter (Thomas Symonds) 665 2 10
Gloucester (Henry Marmion) 470 5
Grantham (Gervas Raynes) 339 8
Hants (Thomas Cornelius) 1,221 8
Hereford (William Brown) 495 7 11¾
Hertford (Edward Halford) 1,766 2 8
Isle of Wight (George Sponge) 60 10 0
Lancaster (Edward Burghall) 560 4 1
Leeds (Matthew Slack) 941 3 9
Litchfeild (Walter Warlow) 574 15
Lincolne (William Morton) 328 18
Marlborough (William Sherborn) 149 16 5
ditto (Thomas Hope) 322 14 2
Northampton (John Wyat) 562 13 3
Northumberland (John Wilcocks) 288 7
Norwich (Thomas Boocock) 886 13
Oxford (Leonard Benton) 367 4
Reading (Thomas Gibbons) 582 7
Richmond (William Archer) 374 14
Salop (Maurice Pugh) 720 0 0
Sheffeild (John Rocket) 578 11
Suffolk (Richard Eeles) 862 10
Surrey (Samuel Powers) 1,303 18
Sussex (Thomas French) 496 15
Taunton (Joseph Wheeler) 802 9
Tiverton (Stewkley Goodwyn) 524 4
East Wales (Edward Kemys) 259 19
Middle Wales (John Jenkins) 269 3
North Wales (William Gough) 202 11 1
West Wales (John Picton) 229 8 7
Westmorland (William Askew) 434 16 7
Worcester (John Morris) 1,003 9 9
York (John Brook) 495 12
and by these Accomptants in London 4,700 16
30,521 6
total receipts as above 107,651l. 9s. 3¼d.
money received to clear imprests 636 9 10
total charge and receipts (for the Old Duties 79,713l. 10s. 7¼d. and for the Additional Duties 30,521l. 6s. 9¾d.) 110,234 17 5
Discharge.
Salaries and incidents:
salaries of the Commissioners and others; year to Ladyday 1713:
Philip Ryley, George Townsend, Richard Shorditche, William Wallbank, Roger Millart and Justinian Isham, Commissioners, at 200l. each 1,200 0 0
Edward Foley, Cashier 510 0 0
Leonard Reresby, Comptroller 100 0 0
John Bach, Comptroller's clerk 50 0 0
Francis Sorell, Secretary 50 0 0
John Powle, Secretary's assistant 20 0 0
Henry Needler, Accomptant General 100 0 0
George Payne and Edward Wilson, the Accomptant General's assistants 100 0 0
Valens Comyn, another, from 7 Nov. 1712 23 5 6
John Huggins, Solicitor and Clerk of the Securities 150 0 0
John Rolfe, Register 60 0 0
Richard Does, Examiner of Ledgers 60 0 0
Henry Buck, his assistant 50 0 0
William Richins, General Surveyor, London 80 0 0
Officers, named, for surveying London tanners etc.; at 50l. per an. each for divers times 395 13 10½
John Shales, doorkeeper 20 0 0
Anna Butcher, housekeeper, for herself and servants 80 0 0
Anthony Radcliffe, storekeeper 50 0 0
William Davis, messenger 20 0 0
John Blanckley, porter 20 0 0
3,138 19
incident charges and disbursements:
Robert Vincent, stationer; Joseph Short, for boxes for ink; Frances Smart, gunsmith, for musketons for the Collectors; Edward Foley, for a faculty for Daniel Hoar to be a Notary Public (19l. 10s. 10d.); and Francis Sorrell, a Commissioner, for postage etc. 1,501 13
Thomas Bell, for hammers, tin boxes and blacking for the Additional Duties 132 11 6
Joshua Taylor (for the Earl of Salisbury's use) for a moiety of 1½ years rent of the Office 37 10 0
Under-Officers' taxes 87 0 0
1,758 14
total for salaries and incidents 4,897l. 13s. 10¾d.
money repaid on debentures for hides and skins exported:
out of the Old Duties from 24 June 1711 5,550 1 8
out of the Additional Duties from 1 Aug. 1712 1,237 15 9
6,787 17 5
Auditor's fee to Edward Harley and Thomas Foley for this and the preceding Accompts:
out of the Old Duties 243 15 0
out of the Additional Duties 56 5 0
300 0 0
money paid into the Exchequer, detailed by dates:
out of the Old Duties 67,628 2 5
out of the Additional Duties 28,271 18 10½
95,900 1
money charged on Francis Sorrell at the foot of the preceding Cash Accompt 636 9 10
total payments and allowances £108,522 2
and so these Accomptants are Indebted 1,712 14 11¾
Declared 17 July 1717.

Footnotes

1 The Pipe Office Roll has suffered slightly from damp.