Revenue Account
Branch Analysis

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'Revenue Account: Branch Analysis', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 28: 1714 (1955), pp. XXXIX-XCVI. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=86102 Date accessed: 26 October 2014.


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Revenue Account

STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE FROM MICHAELMAS 1713 TO MICHAELMAS 1714.
Records of the Treasury: Accounts, General, Yearly [T.30] Vol. 4.
AN ABSTRACT OF THE ACCOMPT OF THE REVENUES OF THE CROWN, TAXES AND MONIES BORROWED FOR ONE ENTIRE YEAR FROM MICHAELMAS 1713 TO MICHAELMAS 1714.
BRANCH ANALYSIS: FONDS FOR MEETING DEFICIENCIES.
The several Funds in the Act for making good Deficiencies,1 Anne [c.7] and 5 Anne [6 Anne, c. 27], which determined 1 Aug. 1710 and 1 Aug. 1712; also the same Fonds continued by an Act 6 Anne [c. 73] from 31 July 1712 to 1 Aug. 1714.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713:
for the Second General Mortgage 1 Anne: of the New Customs 3,533 5
for the Third General Mortgage 5 Anne: of the Impositions on Tobacco for the Fourth General Mortgage 6 Anne: 6,298 6 4
for the Fourth General Mortgage 6 Anne: of the Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage 6,724 11 9
of the Impositions on Wine, Vinegar and of the Duties on East India Goods 8,178 5
of the Additional Impositions 3,520 14 0
of the Duty on Whale Fins 677 0 0
total remaining 28,932l. 2s. 4¼d. 19,100 10
To Receipts on the said respective Acts 28 Sept. 1713 to 28 Sept. 1714:
On the Grant 1 Anne: for Wines and Vinegar:
Xmas quarter 1713 431 11 8
Ladyday quarter 1714 967 7 10½
Midsummer quarter 1714 and on the part of Scotland: 608 15 6
Midsummer quarter 1714 171 18 0
(total for England 2,007l. 15s. 0½d.) 2,179 13
for Tobacco:
Xmas quarter 1713 476 3 0
Ladyday quarter 1714 683 16 0
1,159 19 0
for East India goods:
Midsummer quarter 1714 149 17 3
for the Additional Impositions:
Xmas quarter 1713 24 7 11½
Midsummer quarter 1714 152 7
total on the Grant 1 Anne 3,666l. 5s. 0½d. 176 15 9
on the Grant 5 Anne:
for Wines and Vinegar:
Xmas quarter 1713 174 6 7
Ladyday quarter 1714 56 9 10
and on the part of Scotland:
Xmas quarter 1713 122 15
Midsummer quarter 1714 67 6
(totals for England 230l. 16s. 5d., for Scotland 190l. 2s.) 420 18 5
for Tobacco:
Xmas quarter 1713 2,610 15
Ladyday quarter 1713 2,728 4
Midsummer quarter 1714 858 7 0
Michaelmas quarter 1714 3,488 2 10
and on the part of Scotland:
Xmas quarter 1713 300 0 0
Midsummer quarter 1714 307 5 9
(total for England 9,685l. 9s. 9d. and for Scotland 607l. 5s. 9d.) 10,292 15 6
for East India Goods:
Ladyday quarter 1714 82 12 3
Michaelmas quarter 1714 576 15
659 8
for the Additional Impositions: Michaelmas quarter 1714 285 7
for Customs, the Half Subsidy: Michaelmas quarter 1714 35 3
total on the Grant 5 Anne 11,693l. 12s. 8½d.
on the Grant 6 Anne: for Wines and Vinegar:
Michaelmas quarter 1713 17,293 4
Ladyday quarter 1714 61,571 19
Midsummer quarter 1714 52,352 3
Michaelmas quarter 1714 20,382 6
and on the part of Scotland:
Xmas quarter 1713 1,233 17 6
Midsummer quarter 1714 794 15 11½
(total for England 151,599l. 13s. 7d., for Scotland 2,028l. 13s. 5½d.) 153,628 7
for Tobacco:
Xmas quarter 1713 9,879 18
Ladyday quarter 1714 7,355 0 11
Midsummer quarter 1714 21,468 9 5
Michaelmas quarter 1714 31,220 3
69,923 11 9
for East India Goods:
Xmas quarter 1713 61,619 7
Ladyday quarter 1714 9,505 11 2
Midsummer quarter 1714 40,604 6 1
Michaelmas quarter 1714 32,245 8
and on the part of Scotland:
Xmas quarter 1713 1,338 7 8
Ladyday quarter 1714 680 0 0
(total for England 143,974l. 13s., for Scotland 2,018l. 7s. 8d.) 145,993 0 8
for Customs, the Half Subsidy:
Xmas quarter, 1713 32,763 19 2
Ladyday quarter 1714 33,961 8 6
Midsummer quarter 1714 26,707 2 5
Michaelmas quarter 1714 33,527 4
126,959 14 10½
for the Additional Impositions:
Xmas quarter 1713 10,050 17 9
Ladyday quarter 1714 9,966 12 5
Midsummer quarter 1714 8,547 8 5
Michaelmas quarter 1714 6,959 1
and on the part of Scotland:
Xmas quarter 1713 241 4
(total for England 35,524l. 0s. 2½d.) 35,765 4 5
for Whale Fins:
Xmas quarter 1713 1,511 10
Ladyday quarter 1714 1,108 17
Midsummer quarter 1714 990 6 0
Michaelmas quarter 1714 338 17
3,949 11
total on the Grant 6 Anne 536,219l. 9s. 9½d.
on the Grant which commenced 31 July 1714 [7 Anne c. 31]:
Michaelmas quarter 1714:
for Wines and Vinegar 4,508 10 0
for Tobacco 2,315 0 0
for East India Goods 9,193 2 7
for Customs 15,610 1 2
for Additional Impositions 2,518 5
for Whale Fins 888 10 0
35,033 9
£615,544 19
[Summary—Remains 28 Sept. 1713 28,932 2
On the Grant 1 Anne 3,666 5
On the Grant 5 Anne 11,693 12
On the Grant 6 Anne 536,219 9
Michaelmas quarter 1714 35,033 9
£615,544 19 4¼]
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer to make good Deficiencies provided for by an Act 1 Anne [c. 7] called the Second General Mortgage:
on Exchequer Bills cancelled, issued anno 1697:
for Principal 10 0 0
for Interest 6 17
on Coals, transferred to Leather, ditto:
for Principal 373 19 6
for Interest 398 8 11
(total for Principal 383l. 19s. 6d. and for Interest 405l. 6s. 5½d.) 789 5 11½
Memorandum.—All Principal and Interest on the Act 1 Anne [c. 7] being satisfied the overplus moneys are to aid the Fond on the Third General Mortgage 5 Anne [6 Anne c. 27].
By paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer towards satisfying Principal and Interest on the Act 5 Anne [as above], the Loans thereupon being made for the service of the year 1707 and called the Third General Mortgage: £ s. d.
for Principal 300 0 0
for Interest 37 0 2
337 0 2
By paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer towards satisfying Principal and Interest on the Act 6 Anne [c. 73], the Loans thereupon being made for the service of the year 1708 and called the Fourth General Mortgage:
for Principal 369,733 17
for Interest 26,935 17 5
396,669 15
Memorandum.—All Principal and Interest on the Act 5 Anne [as above] being satisfied, a sufficient money reserved in the Exchequer for that purpose, the moneys arising by one moiety of the Subsidies of Tonnage and Poundage and the other Duties as above (continued from 1 Aug. 1712 to 1 Aug. 1714) are appropriated to repay Loans and the Interest thereof on the Act 6 Anne [as above].
By paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer towards satisfying Principal and Interest on the Act 7 Anne [c. 31], the loans thereupon being made for the service of the year 1709 and called the Fifth General Mortgage:
for Principal 3,730 0 0
for Interest 139,637 3 9
143,367 3 9
By [paid] Samuel Edwards, Charles Lowe and Walter Browne, persons appointed to pay Interest on Exchequer Bills 5,000 0 0
£546,163 4 11¼
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714:
for the Second General Mortgage, 1 Anne: New Customs 2,743 19
for the Third General Mortgage, 5 Anne: Tobacco 3,128 6 2
for the Fourth and Fifth General Mortgages 6 & 7 Anne:
Impositions of Wines, Vinegar, Tobacco and East India Goods 11,239 2
Additional Impositions 2,024 0
Whale Fins 248 4 9
13,511 7
Half Subsidy, transferred to the Fond for circulating Exchequer Bills 49,998 1
total Remains 28 Sept. 1714 69,381l. 14s. 5d. £615,544 19
BRANCH ANALYSIS: DUTIES ON LOW WINES ETC.
By an Act 3 Anne [3 & 4 Anne. c. 18].
THE CONTINUED DUTIES ON LOW WINES AND OTHER PARTICULARS AS BELOW: THE NEW ADDITIONAL DUTIES ON COFFEE, TEA AND SPICES: THE NEW ADDITIONAL DUTIES OF 15l. PER CENT. ON CALICOES AND CHINA WARES: THE NEW ADDITIONAL DUTIES OF 4l. PER CENT. ON UNRATED DRUGS (The last three are continued by an Act. 6 Anne (c. 50) to 24 June 1714).
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 9,097 5
To Receipts on the several Duties Michaelmas 1713 to Michaelmas 1714:
on Low Wines before 24 June 1710:
Xmas quarter 1713 3 16 8
Midsummer quarter 1714 5 15 0
9 11 8
on Coffee, Tea etc. 24 June 1710 to 24 June 1714:
Xmas quarter 1713 5,096 19
Ladyday quarter 1714 6,622 18
Midsummer quarter 1714 6,223 10
Michaelmas quarter 1714 3,375 7 0
21,318 14 10½
on the Additional [Duty on] Coffee, Tea etc.; same time:
Xmas quarter 1713 15,413 7
Ladyday quarter 1714 3,219 8 11
Midsummer quarter 1714 23,589 18 10½
Michaelmas quarter 1714 334 6 1
42,557 1 3
on the [Duty of] 15l. per cent. [on] Muslins; same time:
Xmas quarter 1713 9,661 7
Lady day quarter 1714 1,931 15
Midsummer quarter 1714 12,587 6 9
24,180 9 5
(total for the last three Duties 24 June 1710 to 24 June 1714 88,056l. 5s. 6½d.) on the Continued Duties; Michaelmas quarter 1714:
on Coffee, Tea etc. continued from 24 June 1714 for ever 2,908 1
on the Additional Duty on Coffee etc., ditto 2,059 1
4,967 2 11
total Receipts as above 93,033l. 0s. 1½d. £102,130 5
Discharge or Creditor.
By Principal repaid in further part of 700,000l. 80,727 12 1
by [payment of] Interest at 6l. per cent. 9,148 18 8
89,876 10 9
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714:
Coffee, before 24 June 1714 7,286 12
ditto, since 24 June 1714; transferred to the Fond for circulating Exchequer Bills 4,967 2 11
12,253 14 11¾
£102,130 5
THE DUTY OF 5s. PER TON ON FRENCH SHIPPING GRANTED 12 CAR. II.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 95 0 0
To Receipts there:
Xmas quarter 1713 56 8 8
Ladyday quarter 1714 133 5 0
Midsummer quarter 1714 31 5 0
Michaelmas quarter 1714 8 10 0
229 8 8
whereof 9l. since 12 June 1714. £324 8 8
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy, upon account 148 13 8
By [paid] John How, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons, ditto 166 15 0
by [paid] Charles Eversfield, Treasurer of the Ordnance, ditto 5 0 0
320 8 8
by Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714; since 12 June 1714 4 0 0
£324 8 8
BRANCH ANALYSIS: CUSTOMS ETC.
THE ADDITIONAL SUBSIDY OF TONNAGE AND POUNDAGE CONTINUED FROM 9 MARCH 1701–2 FOR THE QUEEN'S LIFE, AND FROM 1 AUG. 1714 FOR THE KING'S LIFE.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the E xchequer 28 Sept. 1713:
for the Queen's Civil List 6,202 18 11
arrears for the late King's debts. 1,277 3
7,480 2
Receipts at the Exchequer for the neat produce of this Revenue Michaelmas 1713 to Michaelmas 1714:
on the Grant to 1 Aug. 1714:
Xmas quarter 1713 67,315 3 2
Ladyday quarter 1714 60,127 12
Midsummer quarter 1714 57,628 2
Michaelmas quarter 1714 59,344 14 9
and on the part of Scotland; Xmas quarter 1713 950 0 0
245,365 13 1
on the Grant since 1 Aug. 1714:
Micharlmas quarter 1714 18,479 6 8
total Receipts 263,844l. 19s. 9d. £271,325 1 9
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid at the Exchequer for the Queen's Civil List:
to Samuel, Lord Masham, Cofferer of the Household, upon accompt 30,875 15
to John Holland, for the Office of Treasurer of the Chamber, ditto 1,500 0 0
to John, Lord de la Warr, Treasurer of the Chamber, ditto 6,457 8 6
to Nathaniel Bridgewater, for the Queen's Robes, ditto 3,000 0 0
to Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the Works, ditto 3,265 14 11¼
to Charles, Duke of Somerset, late Master of the Horse, for the extraordinaries of the stables 1,000 0 0
to Conyers Darcy and George Fielding, Commissioners for executing the Office of the Master of the Horse, upon accompt 4,000 0 0
to Foreign Ministers on their ordinary and extraordinary allowances 21,692 0 0
to fees and salaries 30,851 4
to pensions and annuities 1,580 17 6
to Spencer Compton, for the Queen's charities etc. 821 10 0
to Edward Nicholas, for ditto 18,454 8 4
to several as of the Queen's Royal Bounty 6,240 0 0
to the Band of Pensioners, per William Smith, their Paymaster 3,572 0 0
to Henry, Viscount Bollingbroke, a Principal Secretary of State, for secret service 750 0 0
to William Lowndes, for secret service 3,500 0 0
to the Privy Purse per Lady Masham 11,372 11 1
to jewells, or present in lieu, to Foreign Ministers 4,973 7 0
to Samuel Smythen, the Queen's goldsmith, for plate 6,307 6 8
to contingencies 11,936 17
to sundry services relating to Scotland 575 0 0
to Francis Scobell, on accompt of the Tin Affair 26,400 0 0
to William Wenman, Paymaster of the Civil List Lottery, anno 1713 21,250 0 0
220,376 0 11¼
out of money for the King's Civil Government:
to Samuel Lord Masham, Cofferere of the Household, upon accompt 2,900 0 0
to John Lord de la Warr, Treasurer of the Chamber, ditto 300 0 0
to contingent expenses 1,100 0 0
4,300 0 0
out of arreares for the late King's Debts:
to John Holbech for debts in the Office of Treasurer of the Chamber 100 0 0
to the Executors of Charles Gifford, on a pension 150 0 0
to the heirs of Nicholas Yates, ditto 249 18 0
to John, Duke of Montague, Master of the Great Wardrobe 140 9 0
to the Executors of the Earl of Bradford, for debts in the Cofferer's officer 100 0 0
740 7 0
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714:
for the late King's debts 536 16
for the late Queen's ditto 31,192 11
for the King's Civil List 14,179 6 8
45,908 13 10¼
£271,325 1
THE DUTIES APPROPRIATED FOR PAYING INTEREST ON THE IRISH TRANSPORT DEBT.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 22 12 1
Discharge or Creditor.
By Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 22 12 1
[7 & 8 Wm. III c. 20]
THE 25l. PER CENT. ON FRENCH GOODS GRANTED FOR 21 YEARS FROM 28 FEBRUARY, 1696–97.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 57 10 0
Discharge or Creditor.
By Cash transferred to the Fond for 40,000l. per an. in Annuities purchased anno 1708 [See p. xciii] 57 10 0
PLANTATION DUTY GRANTED 25 CAR. II [c. 7].
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 82 8 1
To Receipts there, before 12 June 1714:
Xmas quarter 1713 161 1 2
Ladyday quarter 1714 666 5 10
Midsummer quarter 1714 179 18 8
1,007 5 8
ditto, since 12 June 1714:
Michaelmas quarter 1714 17 18
total Receipts 1,025l. 3s. 8½d. £1,107 11
Discharge or Creditor.
Before 12 June 1714:
by [paid] Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy, upon accompt 243 9 3
by [paid] John How, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons, ditto 666 5 10
909 15 1
Since 12 June 1714:
by [paid] Charles Everfield, Treasurer of the Ordnance, ditto 17 18
927 13
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714; before 12 June 1714 179 18 8
£1,107 11
[9 Wm. III. c. 13]
ARREARS OF THE DUTIES ON COALS AND CULM GRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS FROM 15 MAY 1698.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 47 10
Discharge or Creditor.
By Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 47 10
[1 Anne St. 2 c. 4]
ARREARS OF THE DUTIES ON COALS, CULM AND CINDERS GRANDED FOR FIVE YEARS FROM 14 MAY 1703.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 1,685 15 10½
Discharge or Creditor.
By Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 1,685 15 10½
[4 & 5 Anne c.. 18]
ARREARS OF THE DUTIES ON COALS, CULM AND CINDERS FROM 14 MAY 1708 TO 30 SEPT. 1710.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Receipts at the Exchequer:
Xmas quarter 1713 0 12
Ladyday quarter 1713 3 17 11
£4 10
Discharged or Creditor.
By Cash transferred to the Ford for Annuities purchased anno 1706 £4 10
THE ONE-THIRD ADDITIONAL SUBSIDY OF TONNAGE AND POUNDAGE CONTINUED 4 ANNE [4 & 5 ANNE C.18] FOR 98 YEARS FROM 8 MARCH 1706–7.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d
To Receipts at the Exchequer:
Xmas quarter 1713 21,883 0 1
Ladyday quarter 1714 19,349 7 3
Midsummer quarter 1714 20,052 14
Michaelmas quarter 1714 25,104 2 10 86,389 4
and on the part of Scotland; Xmas quarter 1713 817 4
£87,206 9 6
Discharge or Creditor.
By Cash transferred to the Fond for Annuities purchasedanno 1706 £87,206 9 6
THE TWO-THIRD ADDITIONAL SUBSIDY OF TONNAGE AND POUNDAGE GRANTED 3 ANNE [3 & 4 ANNE c. 3] FOR FOUR YEARS FROM 8 MARCH 1704–5, AND CONTINUED BY AN ACT 6 ANNE [c. 50] FROM 7 MARCH 1708–9 TO 7 MARCH 1711–12.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 778 18
To Receipts there, Michaelmas quarter 1714 63 5 9
£842 3 10½
Discharge or Creditor.
By Principal repaid in further part of a Credit for 636,537l. 4s. 0½d. 67 19
Interest at 6l. per cent 774 4 6
£842 3 10½
THE DUTY OF 25l. PER TON ON FRENCH PRIZE WINES GRANTED 6 ANNE [c. 73.] FROM 15 MARCH 1707–8 DURING THE WAR.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 230 10 5
To Receipts there:
Xmas quarter 1713 168 7 3
Ladyday quarter 1715 (sic) 17 19 6
186 6 9
£416 17 2
Discharge or Creditor.
By [repayment of] Principal of Loans on the Fourth General Mortgage anno 1708. 401 5 8
By [payment of] Interest at 6l. per cent. 15 11 6
£416 17 2
THE 25l. PER TON ON FRENCH WINES IMPORTED IN PURSUANCE OF THE ACT [9 ANNE c. 8] WHICH TAKES OFF THE PROHIBITION OF IMPORTATION.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 22,753 5 8
To Receipts there:
Xmas quarter 1713 10,750 17 6
Ladyday quarter 1714 8,340 3 5
Midsummer quarter 1714 9,841 16 8
Michaelmas quarter 1714 10,218 19
39,151 16
and on the part of Scotland:
Xmas quarter 1713 336 10 6
Midsummer quarter 1713 35 14
372 5
total Receipts 39,524l. 1s. 9d.; including 11,359l. 10s. 7d. received since 12 June 1714. £62,277 7 5
Discharge or Creditor.
Before 12 June 1714:
By [paid] Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy, upon accompt 5,043 2
By [paid] John How, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons, ditto 12,529 14 3
By [paid] Thomas Moore, Paymaster of the Land Forces Abroad, ditto 18,960 3 5
By [paid] Charles Eversfield, Treasurer of the Ordnance, ditto 902 5
By [paid] Prince Charles of Denmark for abandoning his pretensions to the Bishopric of Eutin 4,204 15 0
By [paid] Sir John Humble towards making good the Deficiency of the Fond for the Lottery anno 1710 9,000 0 0
50,640 0 10
Since 12 June 1714:
By paid Charles Eversfield, as above 7,616 19 2
58,257 0 0
Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714: £ s. d.
before 12 June 1714 277 16 0
since 12 June 1714 3,742 11 5
4,020 7 5
£62,277 7 5
THE DUTIES ON FOREIGN SAIL CLOTH [12 ANNE c. 12].
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 296 0 0
To Receipts there; before 12 June 1714;
Xmas quarter 1713 311 13 3
Lady day quarter 1714 473 4 7
Midsummer quarter 1714 322 9 7
1,107 7 5
ditto; since 12 June 1714:
Midsummer quarter 1714 98 11 7
Michaelmas quarter 1714 297 11 9
396 3 4
total Receipts 1,503l. 10s. 9d. £1,799 10 9
Discharge or Creditor.
Before 12 June 1714:
By [paid] Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy, upon accompt 462 5 7
By [paid] John How, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons, ditto 699 16 6
1,162 2 1
Since 12 June 1714:
By [paid] Charles Eversfield, Treasurer of the Ordnance, ditto 256 12 5
1,418 14 6
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714:
Before 12 June 1714 241 5 4
Since 12 June 1714 139 10 11
380 16 3
£1,799 10 9
[9 Anne c. 6]
THE SUBSIDY OF TONNAGE AND POUNDAGE AND OTHER DUTIES ON GOODS EXPORTED,REVIVED AND CONTINUED FOR 32 YEARS FROM 8 MARCH 1710–11.
THE DUTIES ON COAL, CULM AND CINDERS GRANTED THE SAME TIME, ADDITIONAL DUTIES ON CANDLES FOR THE SAME TIME FROM 25 MARCH 1711.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713. 69,469 7 10
To Receipts Mich. 1713 to Mich. 1714:
on Goods Exported:
Xmas quarter 1713 11,243 17 10½
Ladyday quarter 1714 8,412 11 0
Midsummer quarter 1714 10,381 3.
Michaelmas quarter 1714 14,387 0 11½
44,424 12 10½
on Coals etc.:
Xmas quarter 1713 16,547 0 9
Ladyday quarter 1714 11,125 17
Midsummer quarter 1714 15,578 14
Michaelmas quarter 1714 22,759 4 7
66,010 16 9
on [the] Additional [Duty on] Candles:
Xmas quarter 1713 11,363 5 11½
Ladyday quarter 1714 23,128 16 2
Midsummer quarter 1714 14,513 6 9
Michaelmas quarter 1714 6,182 4
and on the part of Scotland [on the said Additional Duty]: 55,187 13 2
Xmas quarter 1713 350 0 0
Ladyday quarter 1714 350 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1714 350 0 0
56,432 13 2
total Receipts as above 166,868l. 2s. 9½d. £236,337 10
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] Bernard Hutchins, Paymaster of the Lottery for 1,500,000l. anno 1711 70,428 2 0
By [paid] N. Arnold, H. Brent, T. Cornwallis and C. Tilson, Commissioners appointed to pay the same 81,500 0 0
151,928 2 0
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 84,409 8
£236,337 10
PRIZE DUTY FROM THE PLANTATIONS.
Charge or Debtor.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 1,513 19 8
To Receipts there; Ladyday quarter 1714 151 7 11½
£1,665 7
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d.
By [paid] Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy, upon account 1,513 19 8
By [paid] John How, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons, ditto 151 7 11½
£1,665 7
THE ADDITIONAL EXCISE OF 3d. PER BARREL GRANTED 8 ANNE [c. 12] FOR 32 YEARS FROM 25 MARCH 1710.
THE ADDITIONAL DUTIES ON PEPPER, RAISINS, SPICES, SNUFFS FOR THE SAME LENGTH OF TIME FROM 6 FEBRUARY 1709–10.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 41,625 11 1
To Receipts, Michaelmas 1713–Michaelmas 1714:
on the Additional 3d. Excise: £ s. d.
Xmas quarter 1713 13,193 2 11½
Ladyday quarter 1714 14,170 0
Midsummer quarter 1714 13,911 5 7
Michaelmas quarter 1714 13,656 2 11½
54,930 11
and on the part of Scotland:
Xmas quarter 1713 893 8 10½
Ladyday quarter 1714 900 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1714 1,015 0 0
57,739 0 6
on Pepper, Raisins etc.:
Xmas quarter 1713 10,099 19 11
Ladyday quarter 1714 5,871 15
Midsummer quarter 1714 4,216 18 2
Michaelmas quarter 1714 3,350 9 3
23,539 3
(total Receipts 81,278l. 3s. 6½d.) £122,903 14
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid on Annuities for 32 years from Michaelmas 1710, amounting to 81,000l. per an. 81,719 1 3
By [paid] Samuel Edwin, Usher of the Receipt of the Ex chequer, for necessaries 25 19 3
81,745 0 6
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 41,158 14
£122,903 14
8 Anne [c. 10]
THE DUTIES OF 3s. PER CHALDRON ON COALS, CULM ETC. FOR 32 YEARS FROM MICHAELMAS 1710.
THE ADDITIONAL RATES ON HOUSES FOR WINDOWS, GRANTED FOR THE SAME TIME.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 401 0 2
To Receipts: on Coals, Culm etc.:
Xmas quarter 1713 25,009 4 2
Ladyday quarter 1714 16,084 7 1
Midsummer quarter 1714 23,041 8 8
Michaelmas quarter 1714 34,760 12
98,895 12
and on the part of Scotland; Midsummer quarter 1714 78 16 2
98,974 8 10½
on the Duties on Houses:
Xmas quarter 1713 10,034 13 4
Ladyday quarter 1714 7,793 6 2
Midsummer quarter 1714 10,861 2 10
Michaelmas quarter 1714 11,079 14 0
39,768 16 4
(total Receipts 138,743l. 5s. 2½d.) £139,144 5
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] Sir John Humble, bt., Paymaster of the Lottery for 1,500,000l. anno 1710 135,898 8 0
By cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 3,245 17
£139,144 5
THE TWO-THIRD ADDITIONAL SUBSIDY OF TONNAGE AND POUND. AGE CONTINUED BY AN ACT 7 ANNE [c. 30] FROM 8 MARCH 1711–12 FOR EVER.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 12,762 5 2
To Receipts there:
Xmas quarter 1713 21,373 16 11
Ladyday quarter 1714 27,204 1 0
Midsummer quarter 1714 27,356 5 7
Michaelmas quarter 1714 22,199 0
98,133 4
and on the part of Scotland, Ladyday quarter 1714 462 10 0
98,595 14
£111,357 19
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] the Bank of England on the allowance of 3l. per cent. per an. for circulating Exchequer Bills 43,075 11
By [paid] Lionel Herne, Samuel Edwards and Charles Lowe, to pay interest on Exchequer Bills 25,000 0 0
By [paid] Samuel Edwards and Charles Lowe, the like 18,500 0 0
By [paid] Samuel Edwards, Charles Lowe and Walter Browne, the like 20,000 0 0 63,500 0 0
107,225 11
By [paid] Charles, Lord Halifax, for making and issuing Exchequer Bills and for other business relating thereto 650 0 0
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 4,132 8 0
£111,357 19
THE ONE-HALF SUBSIDY OF TONNAGE AND POUNDAGE CONTINUED BY AN ACT 6 ANNE [c. 48] FOR 96 YEARS FROM 31 JULY 1712.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Receipts in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 to 8 Sept. 1714:
on the Grant ending 31 July 1712:
Michaelmas quarter 1714 35 3
on the Grant from 31 July 1712:
Xmas quarter 1713 32,763 19
Ladyday quarter 1714 33,961 8 5
Midsummer quarter 1714 26,707 2
Michaelmas quarter 1714 49,137 5 11½
142,569 16
£142,604 19 8
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] the Bank of England on the allowance of 3l. per cent. per an. for circulating Exchequer Bills 44,451 17
By cash transferred to the Fond for 80,000l. per an. on Annuities purchased anno 1708 97,624 7 7
By [paid] Samuel Edwin, Usher of the Receipt of the Exchequer, for necessaries 528 14
£142,604 19 8
BRANCH ANALYSIS: EXCISE ETC.
THE HEREDITARY AND TEMPORARY EXCISE.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Receipts by the Cashier of the Revenue 28 Sept. 1713 to 28 Sept. 1714:
on the Grant to 1 Aug. 1714:
Xmas quarter, 1713, for the gross produce 109,223 16 11½
Ladyday quarter 1714, ditto 119,299 14 10
Midsummer quarter 1714, ditto 121,250 16 0
Michaelmas quarter 1714, ditto 103,680 8
453,454 15 11¾
on the Grant from 1 Aug. 1714:
Michaelmas quarter 1714, ditto 11,044 19
£464,499 15 2
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d.
By paid according to the weekly Certificates of the Cashier:
for account of the Queen's Civil List:
to the Duke of Northumberland, on his pension 3,000 0 0
to the Duke of Cleveland, the like 3,000 0 0
to the Duchess of Grafton, the like 1,000 0 0
to the Duke of Grafton, the like 2,000 0 0
9,000 0 0
for account of Management as to so much of the charge thereof as is borne out of this Branch of Excise and brought to account as paid in the said weekly Certificates:
for salaries to Officers 9,002 6
for incident charges 2,084 8 11
to repay overcharges 6 8
to allowances on exportations 290 17
11,384 0 10½
[By paid] into the Exchequer according to the said Certificates:
for the Civil List:
before 1 Aug. 1714:
Xmas quarter 1713 57,999 3
Ladyday quarter 1714 64,521 4 11
Midsummer quarter 1714 65,208 7
Michaelmas quarter 1714 52,941 19 1
240,670 15 1
since 1 Aug. 1714:
Michaelmas quarter 1714 11,044 19 2
for the 3,700l. per week:
Xmas quarter 1713 48,100 0 0
Ladyday quarter 1714 48,100 0 0
Midsummer quarter 1714 48,100 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1714 48,100 0 0
192,400 0 0
total paid into the Exchequer 444,115l. 14s. 3d.
Balance is the remains in the Cashier's hands 28 Sept. 1714:
before 1 Aug. 1714 0 0
after 1 Aug. 1714 0 0 0 0
£464,499 15 2
THE EXCHEQUER FOR THE WEEKLY SUM OF 3,700l. OUT OF THE HEREDITARY AND TEMPORARY EXCISE.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 84,298 14
in the hands of the Cashier of Excise, ditto 3,700 0 0
87,998 14
To the sum total of the weekly payments, certified by the Cashier of Excise, Michaelmas 1713 to Michaelmas 1714, being 51 weeks 188,700 0 0
£276,698 14
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d.
By paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer:
on Annuities for one life 15,293 15 0
ditto for two lives 7,703 15 0
ditto for three lives 2,133 8 4
ditto for 99 years 125,326 3
150,457 1
to rewards:
to the Auditor of the Receipt 590 0 0
to the Clerk of the Pells 280 0 0
to the Four Tellers 560 0 0
1,430 0 0
to the Bankers' Annuities redeemable by Parliament 40,031 15
191,918 16 11¼
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer, 28 Sept. 1714 84,779 17
£276,698 14
THE EXCHEQUER FOR THE HEREDITARY AND TEMPORARY EXCISE PAID IN THERE FOR THE CIVIL GOVERNMENT.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 3,844 13
in the hands of the Cashier of this Revenue 2,163 1 2
6,007 14
To the sum total of the payments actually made at the Exchequer by the Cashier of Excise, Michaelmas 1713 to Michael mas 1714:
for the Civil List, before 1 Aug. 1714 238,599 3 9
ditto, since 1 Aug. 1714 7,266 18 2
245,866 1 11
£251,873 16
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer for the Civil List:
to Samuel, Lord Masham, Cofferer of the Household, upon account 23,500 0 0
to John, Lord de la Warr, Treasurer of the Chamber, ditto 5,785 10
to John, Duke of Montague, Master of the Great Wardrobe, ditto 2,370 0 0
to Nathaniel Bridgwater, for the service of the Robes, ditto 169 9 2
to Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the Works, ditto 3,190 14 1
to Conyers Darcy and George Fielding, Commissioners for executing the Office of Master of the Horse 1,500 0 0
to Foreign Ministers, on their Ordinary and Extraordinary allowances 9,761 10 0
to fees and salaries 29,897 16 11¾
to pensions and annuities 375 2 6
to Spencer Compton, for the Queen's pensions, charities etc. 482 0 0
to Edward Nicholas, ditto 18,759 19 8
to several, as of the Queen's Royal Bounty 2,820 0 0
to William, Lord Dartmouth, a Principal Secretary of State, for secret services 712 8
to Henry, Viscount Bollinbroke, another, for ditto 1,500 0 0
to William Bromley, another, for ditto 1,500 0 0
to William Lowndes, for ditto 14,899 6 8
to Abigail, Lady Masham, for the Privy Purse 13,050 0 0
to jewels, or presents in lieu, to Foreign Ministers 3,006 0 0
to contingencies 13,354 10 7
to Samuel Smethyn, the Queen's goldsmith, for plate 1,139 3 3
to sundry services relating to Scotland 325 0 0
to Francis Scobell, the Accountant of the Tin Affair 70,451 16
to William Wenman, Paymaster of the Civil List Lottery anno 1713 2,750 0 0
221,300 7
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714:
for the Civil List, before 1 Aug. 1714 23,306 10
ditto, since 1 Aug. 1714 7,266 18 2
30,573 8 10¼
£251,873 16
[5 Wm. & Mary c. 7, s. 26]
THE NINEPENCE PER BARREL EXCISE FOR 16 YEARS FROM 17 MAY 1697.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Receipts at the Exchequer:
Xmas quarter 1713 37,713 0 7
Ladyday quarter 1714 37,489 10 7
Midsummer quarter 1714 37,963 18 2
Michaelmas quarter 1714 38,540 10
151,707 0
and on the part of Scotland:
Xmas quarter 1713 2,539 1 5
£154,246 1
Discharge or Creditor.
By cash transferred to the Fond for Annuities purchasedanno 1706 [see p. xcii] £154,246 1
[5 Wm. & Mary c. 20]
THE HEREDITARY 9d. A BARREL EXCISE, COMMENCING 17 MAY 1696.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713:
on the two-sevenths Excise 28,753 15 2
on the five-sevenths Excise 175 10 2
28,929 5 4
To Receipts there Mich. 1713 to Mich. 1714:
on the two-sevenths Excise:
Xmas quarter 1713 9,936 1
Ladyday quarter 1714 10,504 7
Midsummer quarter 1714 10,471 14 8
Michaelmas quarter 1714 10,241 17
41,154 0 11½
and on the part of Scotland:
Xmas quarter 1713 725 8 11
41,879 9 10½
on the five-sevenths Excise:
Xmas quarter 1713 24,840 5 3
Ladyday quarter 1714 26,260 18 2
Midsummer quarter 1714 26,144 7 1
Michaelmas quarter 1714 25,604 14 4
102,850 4 10
and on the part of Scotland:
Xmas quarter 1713 1,813 12 6
104,663 17 4
(total Receipts 146,543l. 7s. 2½d.) £175,472 12
Discharge or Creditor.
out of the two-sevenths Excise:
By [payment of] Annuities for one, two, and three lives 35,057 12 4
by rewards to Officers: to the Auditor of the Receipt at 150l. per an. 150 0 0
35,207 12 4
out of the five-sevenths Excise:
By [paid] the Bank of England on 100,000l. per an. 90,000 0 0
By [paid] James Brydges for the pay of the Saxe-Gotha Troops 9,300 12 6
99,300 12 6
134,508 4 10
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714:
on the two-sevenths Excise 35,425 12
on the five-sevenths Excise 5,538 15 0
40,964 7
£175,472 12
[4 Wm. & Mary c. 3]
THE ADDITIONAL 9d. PER BARREL EXCISE FOR 99 YEARS FROM 25 JANUARY 1692–3.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 70,946 18 11¾
To Receipts there:
Xmas quarter 1713 34,818 7 0
Ladyday quarter 1714 36,765 5 4
Midsummer quarter 1714 36,616 1
Michaelmas quarter 1714 35,846 11
144,046 5 10
and on the part of Scotland:
Xmas quarter 1713 2,539 1
146,585 7
£217,532 6
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] on Annuities at 14l. per cent. 128,026 1 2
more at 7l. per cent., with the advantage of survivorship 7,560 2
135,586 3
By rewards to Officers:
to the Auditor of the Receipt 500 0 0
to the Clerk of the Pells 400 0 0
to the Four Tellers 300 0 0
by [paid] Samuel Edwin, Usher of the Receipt, for necessaries 1,008 12
2,208 12
By Cash transferred to the General Fond for 40,000l. per an. in Annuities purchased anno 1708 1,406 10 1
139,201 6
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 78,331 0
£217,532 6
ARREARS OF SUNDRY BRANCHES OF EXCISE LONG SINCE DETERMINED.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 on the One-Third Double Excise £30 19
Discharge or Creditor.
By Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 on ditto £30 19
ARREARS OF THE DUTIES ON MALT, MUM, CYDER AND PERRY.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713:
on Malt anno 1709 814 8 1
on Malt anno 1710 213 19 10
on Malt anno 1711 7,413 16 10½
on Malt anno 1712 16,939 17 11½
25,382 2 9
To Receipts there, for arrears, Michaelmas 1713 to Michaelmas 1714:
on the Grant 2 Anne [2 & 3 Anne c. 2] 23 June 1703 to 24 June 1704, pro anno 1704: Midsummer quarter 1714 218 16 7
on the Grant 8 Anne [c. 3], 23 June 1710 to 24 June 1711; Xmas quarter 1713 277 17 11
on the Grant 10 Anne [c. 7], 23 June 1712 to 24 June 1713:
Xmas quarter 1713 13,420 13 10½
Ladyday quarter 1714 6,946 2
Midsummer quarter 1714 992 4 10½
21,359 0 11½
(total receipts 21,855l. 15s. 5½d.) £47,237 18
Discharge or Creditor.
out of Malt 1709:
By interest of loans on the Fifth General Mortgage 814 8 1
out of Malt 1710:
By Cash transferred to the Fond for 40,000l. per an. for Annuities 1708 45 0 0
By [paid] Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy upon account 277 17 11
322 17 11
out of Malt 1711:
By Principal repaid on Malt, 1709, transferred 4,000 0 0
by interest on ditto loans at 6l. per cent. 651 5 8
by [paid] Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy, upon account 2,413 16 10½
7,065 2
out of Malt 1712:
By Principal of Loans on Malt 1710, transferred to Malt 1712 3,058 0
Interest on ditto loans at 6l. per cent. 164 2 1
by Principal on Malt 1712, after transference 24,200 0 0
Interest at 6l. per cent. 2,600 18 10
30,023 1
38,225 10 0
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714:
on Malt 1704 218 16 7
on Malt 1710 168 19 10
on Malt 1711 348 14 4
on Malt 1712 8,275 17
9,012 8
£47,237 18
pro anno 1713 [12 Anne c. 2]
THE LIKE DUTIES ON MALT, MUM ETC., CONTINUED FROM 23 JUNE 1713 TO 24 JUNE 1714.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 326 1
To Receipts there: £ s. d.
Xmas quarter 1713 6,465 9
Ladyday quarter 1714 62,052 13 4
Midsummer quarter 1714 193,244 15
Michaelmas quarter 1714 167,046 14 5
428,809 13 0
£429,135 14
Discharge or Creditor.
By [repayment of] Principal of loans registered on Malt 1711, transferred to Malt 1713 197,081 9 8
Interest on ditto loans at 6l. per cent. 25,038 5 3
222,119 14 11
By [repayment of] Principal of loans on the Duties per contra after the said transference 185,529 10 0
Interest on ditto loans at 6l. per cent. 12,916 2 3
198,445 12 3
420,565 7 2
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 8,570 7
£429,135 14
[6 Anne c. 2]
THE 36s. PER BARREL SWEETS GRANTED FOR 99 YEARS FROM 24 MARCH 1706–7.
THE DUTIES ON LOW WINES AND SPIRITS OF THE FIRST EXTRACTION FOR 96 YEARS FROM 23 JUNE 1710.
THE DUTIES ON HAWKERS, PEDLARS AND PETTY CHAPMEN FOR 96 YEARS FROM 23 JUNE 1710.
THE STAMP DUTIES ON VELLUM, PARCHMENT AND PAPER FOR 96 YEARS FROM 31 JULY 1710.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Receipts at the Exchequer Michaelmas 1713 to michaelmas 1714:
on Sweets:
Xmas quarter 1713 35 15 11
Ladyday quarter 1714 51 6 2
Midsummer quarter 1714 109 7 6
Michaelmas quarter 1714 102 13 2
299 2 9
on Low Wines:
Xmas quarter 1713 6,888 15
Ladyday quarter 1714 6,961 14 10½
Midsummer quarter 1714 6,503 4
Michaelmas quarter 1714 7,113 10 2
27,467 4 11½
and on the part of Scotland; Ladyday quarter 1714 700 0 0
28,167 4 11½
on Hawkers etc.:
Xmas quarter 1713 500 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1714 5,000 0 0
5,500 0 0
on the Stamp Duties:
Xmas quarter 1713 9,056 10 1
Ladyday quarter 1714 8,698 4 6
Midsummer quarter 1714 12,841 16 9
Michaelmas quarter 1714 10,125 14 7
40,722 5 11
£74,688 13
Discharge or Creditor.
By Cash transferred to the General Fond for Annuities purchased anno 1707 £74,688 13
THE 12d. PER BUSHEL ON SALT GRANTED 7 & 8 WILLIAM III [c. 31] FOR EVER.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 9,375 16
To Receipts there:
Xmas quarter 1713 13,557 0
Ladyday quarter 1714 4,684 15 3
Midsummer quarter 1714 1,475 6
Michaelmas quarter 1714 19,612 18 10
39,330 0 8
£48,705 17
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] the English Company of Merchants Trading to the South Seas 19,400 0 0
By [payment of] Interest on loans registered on the Sixth General Mortgageanno 1710 18,393 0 0
By [repayment of] Principal of loans registered on the Fourth 4s. Aid anno 1696 500 0 0
By [payment of] interest on the said loans 10 13 4
38,303 13 4
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 10,402 3
£48,705 17
[9 Wm. III c. 44 and c. 25]
THE 28d. PER BUSHEL [ON] SALT GRANTED FROM 25 DECEMBER 1699 FOR EVER, WITH THE ADDITIONAL STAMP DUTIES FROM 1 AUGUST 1698.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 6,688 17
To Receipts there: £ s. d.
on the Salt Duties:
Xmas quarter 1713 31,633 1
Ladyday quarter 1714 10,799 7 9
Midsummer quarter 1714 3,442 7 5
Michaelmas quarter 1714 45,756 17
91,631 13 9
on the Stamp Duties:
Xmas quarter 1713 9,089 19 8
Ladyday quarter 1714 9,382 6 5
Midsummer quarter 1714 11,829 5
Michaelmas quarter 1714 10,701 19
41,003 10 11
(total Receipts 132,635l. 4s. 8d. £139,324 2
Discharge or Debtor.
By [paid] the English Company of Merchants trading to India in a Joint Stock, on 160,000l. per an. 126,675 8 2
By Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 12,648 14
£139,324 2
ARREARS OF THE DUTIES ON STAMPT VELLUM, PARCHMENT AND PAPER CONTINUED BY AN ACT 1 ANNE [c. 7] FROM 31 JULY 1706 TO 1 AUGUST 1710.
Charge or Debtor. nil.
Discharge or Creditor. nil.
ARREARS OF THE DUTIES ON STAMPT VELLUM, PARCHMENT AND PAPER CONTINUED BY AN ACT 8 & 9 WM. III [9 WM. III, c. 25] FROM 28 JUNE 1698 TO 1 AUGUST 1706.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 110 6
To Receipts there:
Xmas quarter 1713 23 17 0
Midsummer quarter 1714 1 19 10½ 25 16 10½
£136 3 7
Discharge or Creditor.
By Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 £136 3 7
8 Anne [c. 5]
THE DUTIES ON CANDLES GRANTED FOR 5 YEARS FROM 1 MAY 1710; WITH THE RATES ON MONEY GIVEN WITH APPRENTICES, GRANTED FOR THE SAME TIME.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 576 7 10¾
To Cash received there Michaelmas 1713 to Michaelmas 1714:
for the Duties on Candles:
Xmas quarter 1713 11,363 2
Ladyday quarter 1714 23,129 0 10
Midsummer quarter 1714 14,510 11
Michaelmas quarter 1714 6,155 5 2
55,157 19 9
for rates on Apprentices:
Xmas quarter 1713 1,068 19 3
Ladyday quarter 1714 719 4 3
Midsummer quarter 1714 1,143 16 11
Michaelmas quarter 1714 642 3 7
3,574 4 0
and from Scotland:
for the Duties on Candles:
Xmas quarter 1713 350 0 0
Ladyday quarter 1714 350 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1714 545 0 0
1,245 0 0
to Cash brought from the Accompt of Small Branches for so much remaining at Michaelmas 1713 for Forfeitures on the Acts, for the Grants above mentioned (viz. on candles 5l. and on rates on Apprentices 104l. 0s. 6d.) 109 0 6
to Forfeitures on Chandlers received Michaelmas quarter 1714 26 18 11
total Receipts 60,113l. 3s. 2d. £60,689 11
Discharge or Creditor.
By Principal repaid in further part of a credit for 500,000l. 33,100 0 0
by [payment of] interest at 6l. per cent. 25,917 13 7
59,017 13 7
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714. 1,671 17
£60,689 11
9 Anne [c. 13]
THE DUTIES ON HOPS GRANTED FOR 4 YEARS FROM 1 JUNE 1711.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 17,553 4 2
To Receipts there:
Xmas quarter 1713 194 3 11
Ladyday quarter 1714 281 3 4
Midsummer quarter 1714 14,388 2 7
Michaelmas quarter 1714 2,831 2 0
17,694 11 10
£35,247 16 0
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d.
By Principal repaid in further part of a credit for 180,000l. 28,000 0 0
by [payment of] interest at 6l. per cent. 4,952 14 0
32,952 14 0
By Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 2,295 2 0
£35,247 16 0
9 Anne [c. 12 and c. 16].
THE DUTIES ON HIDES AND SKINS, TANNED, TAWED OR DRESSED AND ON VELLUM AND PARCHMENT FOR 32 YEARS FROM 24 JUNE 1711: STAMP DUTIES ON CUSTOM DEBENTURES, BILLS OF LADING, ALMANACKS AND LICENCES FOR RETAILING WINES AND SELLING ALE FOR 32 YEARS FROM 1 AUGUST 1711.
THE DUTY OF 6d. PER PACK ON CARDS AND 5s. A PAIR ON DICE FOR 32 YEARS FROM 11 JUNE 1711.
THE WEEKLY SUM OF 700l. OUT OF THE POST OFFICE REVENUES FROM 29 SEPTEMBER 1711.
TWO HUNDRED LICENSED CHAIRS AT 10s. PER ANNUM EACH FOR 32 YEARS FROM 24 JUNE 1711.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 September 1713 including 700l. in the hands of the Cashier of the Post Office. 13,835 14 7
To Receipts: on the Duty on Hides:
Xmas quarter 1713 23,248 11
Ladyday quarter 1714 19,451 11
Midsummer quarter 1714 17,109 18
Michaelmas quarter 1714 23,755 5
83,565 6 6
and on the part of Scotland:
Xmas quarter 1713 700 0 0
Ladyday quarter 1714 900 0 0
85,165 6 6
ditto: on Stamps, Cards and Dice:
Xmas quarter 1713 1,638 15 9
Ladyday quarter 1714 3,490 17
Midsummer quarter 1714 2,701 18 8
Michaelmas quarter 1714 2,276 9 2
10,108 1
ditto: on Rock Salt:
Xmas quarter 1713 332 8 2
Ladyday quarter 1714 160 0 0
Midsummer quarter 1714 330 5 0
822 13 2
ditto: on Hackney Chairs:
Ladyday quarter 1714 75 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1714 77 0 0
152 0 0
total Receipts 96,248l. 0s. 10½d.
to Cash brought from the accompt of Small Branches:
for so much remaining at Michaelmas 1713 for forfeitures on Hides 52 3
to the sum total of the weekly payments of 700l. certified to be made at the Exchequer by the Receiver General of the Post Office, Michaelmas 1713 to Michaelmas 1714 as below (52 weeks) 36,400 0 0
£146,535 19 1
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] Charles Blunt, Paymaster of the Two Million Adventure anno 1711 99,670 0 0
By Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 46,865 19 1
£146,535 19 1
BRANCH ANALYSIS: POST OFFICE, MISCELLANEOUS DUTIES AND SMALL BRANCHES.
THE REVENUE OF THE POST OFFICE.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the hands of the Cashier of this Revenue, 28 Sept. 1713. 282 9 4
To Receipts per ditto for the gross produce of this Revenue on the Grants hereunder mentioned Michaelmas 1713 to Michaelmas 1714:
on the Grant ended 1 June 1711: nil
on the Additional Rates from 1 June 1711.
Xmas quarter 1713 32,469 15 1
Ladyday quarter 1714 26,774 10 3
Midsummer quarter 1714 30,146 1 1
Michaelmas quarter 1714 15,369 12 11
104,759 19 4
on the Grant commencing 1 Aug. 1714:
1 August 1714 to Michaelmas 1714 10,985 17 1
total Receipts 115,745l. 16s. 5d. £116,028 8 9
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid by the Receiver General of this Revenue for the following uses, according to his weekly certificates:
for the Civil List: before 1 Aug. 1714:
to Sir Simon Harcourt, Lord Keeper 4,000 0 0
to the Dukes of Northumberland and Grafton 4,700 0 0
to the Earl of Rochester 4,000 0 0
to the Duke of Marlborough 5,000 0 0
to the Duke of Schonburgh 4,000 0 0
to the Professors of the two Universities of Edinburgh and Glasgow 420 0 0
22,120 0 0
for Management: before 1 Aug. 1714:
for salaries and wages 8,729 19 1
for incident expenses 4,259 13 1
for letters returned 230 19 7
for charge of packet-boats 10,346 2 9
for so much remitted to Monsr. Pajot, Comptroller of the Posts in France. 6,071 5 3
for ditto to Monsr. Joupain, Postmaster of Brussels 652 19 0
30,290 18 9
ditto: since 1 Aug. 1714:
for salaries and wages 511 13 4
for letters returned 40 10 0
552 3 4
total for Management 30,843l. 2s. 1d. into the Exchequer:
for the Civil List: before. 1 Aug. 1714:
Xmas quarter 1713 5,000 0 0
Ladyday quarter 1714 8,645 11 11
Midsummer quarter 1714 5,000 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1714 3,100 0 0
21,745 11 11
ditto since 1 Aug. 1714:
Michaelmas quarter 1714 4,600 0 0
the 700l. per week:
Xmas quarter 1713 9,100 0 0
Ladyday quarter 1714 8,400 0 0
Midsummer quarter 1714 9,800 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1714 9,100 0 0
36,400 0 0
total paid into the Exchequer 62,745l. 11s. 11d.
Balance in Cash remaining in the Cashier's hands: before 1 Aug. 1714 85 18 0
ditto: since 1 Aug. 1714 233 13 9
319 11 9
£116,028 5 9
THE EXCHEQUER FOR THE REVENUE OF THE POST OFFICE PAID IN THERE FOR THE CIVIL LIST.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the hands of the Cashier for this Revenue 28 Sept. 1713 2,500 0 0
To the sum total of the payments actually made at the Exchequer by the Receiver General of the Post Office, Michaelmas 1713 to Michaelmas 1714:
before 1 Aug. 1714 21,745 11 11
since 1 Aug. 1714 4,600 0 0
26,345 11 11
£28,845 11 11
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] Samuel, Lord Masham, Coffererof the Household, upon account: since 1 Aug. 1714 1,600 0 0
By [paid] John, Lord de la Warr, Treasurer of the Chamber, upon account: before 1Aug. 1714 1,500 0 0
By [paid] John, Duke of Montague, Master of the Great Wardrobe, upon account 1,000 0 0
By [paid] Spencer Compton for the Queen's pensions, charities etc.: ditto. 2,500 0 0
By [paid] Edward Nicholas for ditto; ditto 5,500 0 0
By [paid] Abigail, Lady Masham, for the Queen's Privy Purse; ditto 1,000 0 0
By [paid] Samuel Smythen, the Queen's Goldsmith, for plate; ditto 800 0 0
By contingencies; ditto 1,135 15 0
By [paid] Francis Scobell, on accompt of the Tin Affair; ditto 7,609 16 11
By [paid] Joseph Martyn, Secretary to the Commissioners for treating of Commerce, for incidents; ditto 100 0 0
(total before 1 Aug. 1714 21,145l. 11s. 11d.;since 1 Aug. 1714 1,600l.) 22,745 11 11
Balance is the Remaine in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714:
for the Civil List; before 1 Aug. 1714 3,100 0 0
ditto; since 1 Aug. 1714 3,000 0 0
6,100 0 0
£28,845 11 11
THE DUTY OF 4½ PER CENT. FROM BARBADOES AND THE LEEWARD ISLANDS.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 49 6 7
To Receipts there:
Ladyday quarter 1714 1,578 16
Midsummer quarter 1714 6,309 6 0
7,888 2
£7,937 8
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] Thomas Earl of Kinoul on 1,000l.per an. in perpetuity 3,000 0 0
By [paid] Robert Lowther, Governor of Barbadoes, on his allowances 2,000 0 0
By [paid] Walter Douglas, Governor of the Leeward Caribee Islands, on ditto 1,200 0 0
By [paid] Michael Lambert, Lieut, Governor of St. Christopher's, on ditto. 200 0 0
By [paid] John Yeomans, Lieut. Governor of Antegoa, on ditto 200 0 0
By [paid] John Pearne, Lieut. Governor of Montserat, on ditto 200 0 0
By [paid] Walter Hamilton, Lieut. Governor of Nevis, on ditto 300 0 0
7,100 0 0
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 837 8
£7,937 8
COINAGE DUTY FOR THE MINT, BEING 10s. PER TON ON WINES IMPORTED.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 31 19
To Receipts there:
Xmas quarter 1713 1,884 1 6
Ladyday quarter 1714 1,084 13 5
Midsummer quarter 1714 3,147 18
Michaelmas quarter 1714 2,880 12 5
8,997 5
£9,029 4 10
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] Sir Isaac Newton, Master and Worker of the Mint, upon account 8,429 4 10
By [paid] John Montgomerie, Master and Worker of the Mint at Edinburgh, ditto 600 0 0
£9,029 4 10
[5 & 6 Wm. & M., c. 22].
REVENUE BY LICENSING HACKNEY COACHES GRANTED FOR 21 YEARS FROM MIDSUMMER 1694.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 653 11 11¼
To Receipts there: Ladyday quarter 1713 600 0 0
ditto: Michaelmas quarter 1714 1,174 0 0
1,774 0 0
£2,427 11 11¼
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy, upon accompt 481 16
By [paid] John How, Treasurer of the Guards and Garrisons, ditto 600 0 0
By [paid] Charles Eversfield, Treasurer of the Ordnance, ditto since 12 June 1714 1,174 0 0
By [payment of] Interest on Loans on the Fifth General Mortgage anno 1709 171 15
£2,427 11 11¼
THE FONDS GRANTED 7 AND 8 WM. III [c. 31] FOR CANCELLING EXCHEQUER BILLS ISSUED 1697.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer, 28 Sept. 1713 £531 18
Discharge or Creditor.
By Cash remaining in the Exchequer, 28 Sept. 1714 £531 18
ARREARS OF THE DUTIES ON MARRIAGES, BIRTHS ETC. GRANTED 8 AND 9 WILLIAM III. [c. 20] FROM 1 MAY 1700 TO 1 AUGUST 1706.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer, 28 Sept. 1713 1,024 9 5
To Receipts in the Exchequer: £ s. d.
Midsummer quarter 1714 7 8 8
Michaelmas quarter 1714 1 2 6
8 11 2
£1,033 0 7
Discharge or Creditor.
By [payment of] Principal of Loans on Coals 1695 transferred to Leather 1696 626 0 6
By [payment of] Interest on ditto Loans at 7l. per cent. 398 8 11
1,024 9 5
By Cash remaining in the Exchequer, 28 Sept. 1714. 8 11 2
£1,033 0 7
pro anno 1712, 10 Anne [c. 18].
THE DUTIES ON PRINTED, PAINTED, STAINED AND DYED CALICOES, LINENS AND STUFFS FOR 32 YEARS FROM 20 JULY 1712.
THE DUTIES ON SOAP FOR 32 YEARS FROM 10 JUNE 1712.
THE DUTIES ON PAPER FOR 32 YEARS FROM 24 JUNE 1712.
NEW STAMP DUTIES ON SURRENDERS, RESIGNATIONS, TRANSFERS, NEWSPAPERS AND PAMPHLETS FOR 32 YEARS FROM 1 AUGUST 1712.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713. 76,251 17 2
To Receipts there, Michaelmas 1713 to Michaelmas 1714:
for Soap and Paper: £ s. d.
Xmas quarter 1713 36,756 7
Ladyday quarter 1714 27,456 12 7
Midsummer quarter 1714 31,521 13 11½
Michaelmas quarter 1714 51,766 11 10½
147,501 5
and on the part of Scotland:
Xmas quarter 1713 144 0 0
Midsummer quarter 1714 67 10
Michaelmas quarter 1714 400 0 0
for penalties on Soapboilers:
Michaelmas quarter 1714 17 1 10
148,129 17 10
for Pamphlets etc.:
Xmas quarter 1713 2,085 5
Ladyday quarter 1714. 1,765 0
Midsummer quarter 1714 2,300 14
Michaelmas quarter 1714 2,158 6 7
8,309 7
total Receipts 156,439l. 4s. 11½d. £232,690 12
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d.
By [paid] Thomas Jett, Paymaster of the Lottery for 1,800,000l. anno 1712 167,289 16 8
By [paid] Christopher Rhodes, Secretary to the Managers of the said Lottery, for incidents 127 8 10
167,417 5 6
By Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 65,273 6
£232,690 12
10 Anne anno 1712 [c. 19].
ADDITIONAL DUTIES ON HIDES, SKINS ETC. GRANTED FOR 32 YEARS FROM JULY 1712.
NEW DUTIES ON STARCH FOR 32 YEARS FROM THE SAME TIME.
DUTIES ON GILT AND SILVER WIRE FOR 32 YEARS FROM 1 JULY 1712.
DUTY OF 2s. 4d. ON EVERY POLICY OF INSURANCE FOR 32 YEARS FROM 1 AUG. 1712.
AND NEW DUTIES ON COFEEE, TEA ETC. FOR 32 YEARS FROM 1 JULY 1712.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 66,797 3
To Receipts there Michaelmas 1713 to Michaelmas 1714:
on the Additional Duty on Hides:
Xmas quarter 1713 24,673 5 0
Ladyday quarter 1714. 20,803 7
Midsummer quarter 1714 23,313 9
Michaelmas quarter 1714 28,650 17
97,440 18
and on the part of Scotland:
Xmas quarter 1713 700 0 0
Ladyday quarter 1714. 700 0 0
98,840 18
on Wire and Starch:
Xmas quarter 1713 3,647 14 5
Ladyday quarter 1714. 3,667 9 4
Midsummer quarter 1714 3,315 6 10½
Michaelmas quarter 1714 3,743 14 0
14,374 4
and on the part of Scotland, for forfeitures on Wire Drawers; Michaelmas quarter 1714 11 7 6
14,385 12
on Policies of Insurance:
Xmas quarter 1713 463 19 7
Ladyday quarter 1714 457 12 1
Midsummer quarter 1714 450 13 8
Michaelmas quarter 1714 465 14 4
1,837 19 8
total Receipts 115,064l. 10s. 4d. £181,861 13 10½
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] John Morley, Paymaster of the Class Lottery for 1,800,000l. anno 1712 141,165 12 4
By [paid] Christopher Rhodes, Secretary to the Managers of the said Lottery, for incident charges 127 8 10
141,293 1 2
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 40,568 12
£181,861 13 10½
THE DUTIES ON HOUSES FOR WINDOWS, CONTINUED BY AN ACT 5 ANNE [6 ANNE c. 21] FROM 31 JULY 1710 FOR EVER.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 1,366 19
To Receipts there:
Xmas quarter 1713 29,083 14 6
Ladyday quarter 1714 20,123 18
Midsummer quarter 1714 31,625 4 4
Michaelmas quarter 1714 30,323 18 2
111,156 15
£112,523 14
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] the Bank of England on 106,501l. 13s. 5d. per an. being 6 per cent. redeemable by Parliament on repaying 1,775,027l. 17s. 10½d. value in Exchequer Bills delivered up by them and cancelled 111,501 13 5
By Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 1,022 1
£112,523 14
SMALL BRANCHES AND CASUAL REVENUES.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713:
out of First Fruits 1,066 12 6
out of Tenths of the Clergy 882 4
out of Seizures of Uncustomed and Prohibited Goods 1,156 19
out of Imprest Money repaid per Sir John Humble 1,447 5 0
out of the Sale of Tin 1,408 16 3
out of Brewers' Forfeitures 78 14 7
out of Salvage Money 1,800 0 0
out of Prize Money, being Captors' shares uncalled for 7,270 13
out of Forfeitures on Hides 52 3
out of ditto on Apprentices 5 0 0
out of ditto on Chandlers 104 0 6
out of Money levied on Mr. Mason, late Treasurer of Transports 590 9 0
out of the rent of the Savoy Hospital 3,140 8 5
19,003 7
To money arisen 28 Sept. 1713 to 28 Sept. 1714:
First Fruits (whereof by tallies of assignment, 2,750l.) 3,903 1
Tenths of the Clergy (whereof by ditto, 5,937l. 12s.) 8,744 9 9
Fines on Alienation (whereof by ditto, 1,000l.) 1,800 0 0
Revenue of Wine Licences 2,500 0 0
Sheriffs' Proffers; for the late King's debts 0 6 0
ditto, for other uses 1,245 7 0
Compositions 5 0 0
Seizures of Uncustomed etc. Goods 19,921 17
Rent on Lands 152 7 10
Fines of Leases 451 15 0
Land Revenue 1,445 6 10½
Rent on Grants 36 13 4
Value of Timber delivered the Navy per the Surveyor of Woods, Trent South 3,108 8 0
Brewers' Forfeitures; since 12 June 1714 292 14 11
Woodsales 785 0 0
Imprest money repaid per Sir John Humble 5,063 7 11½
ditto per Executors of William Herberd 2,525 5 10
ditto per Thomas Kennedy 0 6 0
ditto per Thomas Micklethwaite, late Treasurer of Transports 30,000 0 0
ditto per the Executors of the late Paymaster of Marines 4,576 11
money levied on Mr. Mason, late Treasurer of Transports 729 6 3
Assien to money 2 0 0
Profits of the Hanaper (whereof by tallies of assignment 27l. 4s. 7d.) 27 4 7
Revenue of the Duchy of Cornwall 2,000 0 0
Rent of the Savoy Hospital 300 0 0
Sale of the Queen's Tin 143,211 9
232,827 19 2
(total for the late King's debts 6s., for other uses 232,827l. 13s. 2d.) £251,831 6
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid to the following uses etc.
to the Queen's Civil List:
to Lord Masham, Cofferer, out of Wine Licences 1,200 0 0
to the Treasurer of the Chamber:
out of Rent on Grants 16 13 4
out of Rent on Lands 52 4 6
68 17 10
to the Robes:
out of Seizures 800 0 0
out of Proffers 25 15 10
out of Compositions 1 6 8
out of Fines on Leases 3 8 4
830 10 10
to the Paymaster of the Works, out of Seizures 375 0 0
to Foreign Ministers, out of ditto 955 0 0
to fees and salaries:
out of Seizures 632 0 0
out of Proffers 5 0 0
out of Woodsales 525 0 0
out of the profits of the Hanaper 27 4 7
1,189 4 7
to Pensions and Annuities:
out of First Fruits 2,750 0 0
out of Tenths 5,937 10 0
out of Alienations 1,000 0 0
out of Seizures 21 0 0
9,708 10 0
to Spencer Compton, for Charities etc.:
out of Seizures 34 12 11½
out of Land Revenue 215 7
250 0 0
to Edward Nicholas for ditto:
out of Alienations 300 0 0
out of Seizures 2,022 0 0
out of Proffers 35 13 5
out of Fines on Leases 1 6 8
out of a Grant 10 0 0
2,369 0 1
to Bounties:
out of Seizures 51 12 0
out of Land Revenue 100 0 0
151 12 0
to William Lounds, for Secret Service:
out of Seizures 2,574 17 6
out of Proffers 10 15 10
out of Compositions 2 0 0
out of the Revenue of the Duchy of Cornwall 2,000 0 0
out of Wine Licences 1,000 0 0
5,587 13 4
to jewels, or presents in lieu:
out of Seizures 119 7 6
out of Woodsales 160 0 0
279 7 6
to the Privy Purse:
out of Alienations 500 0 0
out of Proffers 434 18 8
out of Land Revenue 453 15 0
1,388 13 8
to contingencies:
out of Seizures 362 19 2
out of Proffers 100 0 0
out of Compositions 1 13 4
464 12 6
to Francis Scobell, on account of the Tin Affair:
out of Seizures 9,911 3 3
out of Proffers 228 10 6
out of Fines and Leases 230 0 0
out of Land Revenue 776 8 2
out of Wine Licences 300 0 0
out of Rent of a Grant 10 0 0
out of Woodsales 100 0 0
11,556 1 11
total payments for the Civil List, 36,374l. 4s. 3d.
for Publique Services:
to the Navy per Charles Cæsar, in aid of the Quota for Wages anno 1713:
out of Seizures 1,200 0 0
out of Sir John Humble's Imprest 4,800 0 0
out of imprest money repaid per the Executors of the late Paymaster of Marines 4,576 11
10,576 11
more for interest and charge of Management to the South Sea Company, out of Mr. Micklethwaite's imprest 21,170 5
more for Wear and Tear anno 1714, being the value of Timber delivered out of the Queen's Forests this year 3,108 8 0
to Guards and Garrisons to aid the Service thereof anno 1712:
out of Salvage Money 1,800 0 0
out of Brewers' Forfeitures 78 14 7
out of Mr. Micklethwaite's Imprest 8,829 14
10,708 9
to Prince Charles of Denmark to aid his Grant of 4,000l. per an. for quitting his pretensions to the Bishopric of Eutin, out of Mr. Herberd's imprest money 2,102 7 6
to Edward Barker, Treasurer for the Queen's Bounty for augmenting poor Livings:
out of First Fruits 2,219 13 11½
out of Tenths 1,780 6
4,000 0 0
to the Treasurer of the Royal Hospital at Greenwich, out of Prize Money 7,200 0 0
to Annuities purchased anno 1706 in aid of the Deficiency of the Fond, out of Sir John Humble's imprest money 1,710 12 11½
for other services:
to Loans on Tin, Principal repaid out of Tin. 121,958 16
ditto, Interest, out of ditto 12,377 6 5
134,336 3
transferred to the Accompt of the Duties on Hides (see above p. lxiv) being part of that Fond, out of Forfeitures on Hides 52 3
transferred to the Accompt of the Duties on Candles and Apprentices (see above p. lxiii) being part of that Fond, out of Forfeitures on Apprentices 109 0 6
for the late King's debts, out of Arrears: to the heirs of Nicholas Yates on a pension, out of Proffers before 8 March 1701–2 0 2 0
231,448 7 9
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714:
of Tenths of the Clergy 1,908 18 4
of Seizures [of Uncustomed etc. Goods] 2,019 4
of [Sheriffs'] Proffers 404 12 9
of ditto for the late King's Debts 0 4 0
of the Fine of a Lease 217 0 0
of the Sale of Tin 10,284 2 11
of Brewers' Forfeitures 292 14 11
of money levied on Mr. Mason 1,319 15 3
of Assiento money 2 0 0
of Prize money 70 13
of Imprest money per Thomas Kenedy 0 6 0
of ditto per William Herberd 422 18 4
of the Rent of the Savoy 3,440 8 5
20,382 18
£251,831 6
BRANCH ANALYSIS: AIDS AND TAXES. ARREARS OF DIVERS AIDS AND TAXES GRANTED BY PARLIAMENT.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713:
on the Second Quarterly Poll, anno 1694 4 0 0
on Subsidies anno 1697 0 3 4
on the Fifth 4s. Aid anno 1702 249 8 5
on the Seventh 4s. Aid anno 1704 86 17 0
on the Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 1,277 10 10¼
on the Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708 72 5 6
on the Twelfth 4s. Aid anno 1709 2,771 8 2
on the Thirteenth 4s. Aid anno 1710 8,229 12
12,691 5 11¾
to Receipts there Michaelmas 1713 to Michaelmas 1714:
on the Fourth 4s. Aid anno 1696: Michaelmas quarter 1714 0 18 0
on the First 2s. Aid anno 1697: Ladyday quarter 1714. 0 6 9
on the Third Quarterly Poll anno 1698:
Ladyday quarter 1714. 0 6 0
Midsummer quarter 1714 0 4 0
Michaelmas quarter 1714 1 1 0
1 11 0
on the Third 3s. Aid anno 1699:
Michaelmas quarter 1714 77 0 0
on Subsidies anno 1703:
Xmas quarter 1713 26 13 4
Midsummer quarter 1714 3 15 0
30 8 4
on the Eighth 4s. Aid anno 1705:
Ladyday quarter 1714. 30 1 0
on the Ninth 4s. Aid anno 1706:
Ladyday quarter 1714. 30 0 0
on the Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707:
Ladyday quarter 1714 30 0 0
Midsummer quarter 1714 70 12
100 12
on the Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708:
Xmas quarter 1713 149 17
Ladyday quarter 1714 491 0
Midsummer quarter 1714 514 9 4
Michaelmas quarter 1714 43 15 10
1,199 3 7
on the Twelfth 4s. Aid anno 1709:
Xmas quarter 1713 1,655 19 11½
Ladyday quarter 1714 3,784 8
Midsummer quarter 1714 472 18
Michaelmas quarter 1714 4 0 6
5,917 6
on the Thirteenth 4s. Aid anno 1710:
Xmas quarter 1713 1,034 9 7
Ladyday quarter 1714 1,498 11 7
Midsummer quarter 1714 992 15
Michaelmas quarter 1714 521 4
4,047 1 1
(totals: Xmas quarter 1713 £2,867l. 0s. 8d. Ladyday quarter 1714 5,864l. 14s. 2d. Midsummer quarter 1714 2,054l. 14s. 6½d. Michaelmas quarter 1714 647l. 19s. 7½d. in all 11,434l. 9s. 0d.) £24,125 14 11¾
whereof since 12 June 1714: £ s. d.
Fourth 4s. Aid 0 18 0
Third Quarterly Poll 1 1 0
Third 3s. Aid 77 0 0
Eleventh 4s. Aid 43 15 10
Twelfth 4s. Aid 4 0 6
Thirteenth 4s. Aid. 896 16
1,023 11
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer: to Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy, upon accompt:
out of Subsidies anno 1697 0 3 4
out of the Second Quarterly Poll anno 1694 4 0 0
out of the Fifth 4s. Aid anno 1702 249 8 5
out of the Seventh 4s. Aid anno 1704 86 17 0
out of the Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 600 0 0
out of the Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708 222 3
out of the Twelfth 4s. Aid anno 1709 2,903 8 10½
out of the Thirteenth 4s. Aid anno 1710 5,348 17
9,414 18
to John How, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons, upon accompt:
out of the First 2s. Aid 0 6 9
out of the Third Quarterly Poll anno 1698 0 6 0
out of Subsidies anno 1703 3 15 0
out of the Eighth 4s. Aid anno 1705 30 1 0
out of the Ninth 4s. Aid anno 1706 30 0 0
out of the Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 100 12
out of the Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708 493 18 6
out of the Twelfth 4s. Aid anno 1709 4,202 9 9
out of the Thirteenth 4s. Aid anno 1710 2,383 0
7,244 9 9
to Charles Eversfield, Treasurer of the Ordnance, upon accompt:
out of the Third Quarterly Poll anno 1698, since 12 June 1714 1 1 0
out of the Third 3s. Aid anno 1699, ditto 77 0 0
out of the Fourth 4s. Aid anno 1696, ditto 0 18 0
out of the Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708, ditto 43 15 10
out of the Twelfth 4s. Aid anno 1709, ditto 4 0 6
126 15 4
To Interest of Loans on the Fifth General Mortgage anno 1709:
out of the Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 677 10 10¼
17,463 14
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 6,662 0 10
£24,125 14 11¾
Memorandum.—Part of the Remaine is 896l. 16s. 2½d. of the Thirteenth 4s. Aid since 12 June 1714.
pro anno 1711 [9 Anne c. 1].
THE FOURTEENTH 4s. AID GRANTED FOR ONE YEAR FROM 25 MARCH 1711.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 17,961 4 5
To Receipts there:
Xmas quarter 1713 16,912 11 10
Ladyday quarter 1714 17,824 15 1
Midsummer quarter 1714 2,392 0
(whereof 25l. 6s. 8d. before 12 June 1714):Michaelmas quarter 1714 (since 12 June1714) 911 18
38,041 5 11
and on the part of Scotland; Xmas quarter 1713 1,953 18
39,995 4
£57,956 9
Discharge or Creditor.
By [repayment of] Principal of Loans on the Register for this Aid. 49,284 5 10
By [payment of] Interest on the said Loans at 6l. per cent. 2,323 10 9
51,607 16 7
By Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714:
before 12 June 1714 5,411 7 1
since 12 June 1714 937 5
6,348 12
£57,956 9
pro anno 1712 [10 Anne c. 1].
THE FIFTEENTH 4s. AID GRANTED FOR ONE YEAR FROM 25 MARCH 1712.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 23,369 11 8
To Receipts there:
Xmas quarter 1713 109,995 11 10½
Ladyday quarter 1714 53,331 17
Midsummer quarter 1714 16,855 5 7
Michaelmas quarter 1714 (since 12 June 1714) 2,605 15
182,788 10
and on the part of Scotland:
Ladyday quarter 1714 4,500 0 0
Midsummer quarter 1714 12,300 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1714 (since 12 June 1714) 4,600 0 0
21,400 0 0
total Receipts 204,188l. 10s. 2½d. £227,558 1 10½
Discharge or Creditor.
By Principal repaid on the Twelfth 4s. Aid anno 1709, by being transferred to this Aid 100 0 0
by [payment of] Interest on ditto at 6 per cent. 6 14 9
106 14 9
By Principal repaid on the Register for this Aid after the said transference 199,411 0 0
by [payment of] Interest on ditto at 6l. per cent. 20,598 11 8
220,009 11 8
220,116 6 5
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714:
before 12 June 1714 236 0 0
since 12 June 1714 7,205 15
7,441 15
£227,558 1 10½
LOANS ON CREDIT OF MONIES ARISING BY SALE OF THE QUEEN'S TIN.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Loans made at the Exchequer:
Ladyday quarter 1714 79,624 7
Midsummer quarter 1714 1,434 9 6
Michaelmas quarter 1714 5,584 11 3
£86,643 8
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid at the Receipt of Exchequer for the following:
to Samuel, Lord Masham, Cofferer of the Household, upon Accompt 13,891 6 2
to John, Lord de la Warr, Treasurer of the Chamber, ditto 2,672 0 0
to John Holbech, for the service of the said office, ditto. 6,180 0 0
to John, Duke of Montague, for the service of the Great Wardrobe, ditto 12,289 19
to Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the Works, ditto 24,365 6
to William Roberts, Paymaster of the Works at Windsor, ditto 3,815 8 11½
to Conyers Darcy and George Fielding, Commissioners for executing the Office of Master of the Horse, ditto 2,488 1
to Foreign Ministers on their Ordinary and Extraordinary Allowances 12,089 5 0
to divers persons as of the Queen's Royal Bounty 3,333 6 8
to Edward Nicholas, for the Queen's pensions, charities, etc. 1,000 0 0
to contingencies of divers natures 4,518 13 11
£86,643 8
pro anno 1713 [12 Anne c. 1].
THE THIRD 2s. AID GRANTED FOR ONE YEAR FROM 25 MARCH 1713.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To money received at the Exchequer:
Michaelmas 1713 to Michaelmas 1714:
Xmas quarter 1713 218,100 0 0
Ladyday quarter 1714. 103,384 15 10½
Midsummer quarter 1714 387,267 4
Michaelmas quarter 1714 166,968 4
875,720 5
and on the part of Scotland:
Midsummer quarter 1714 3,200 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1714 3,900 0 0
7,100 0 0
£882,820 5
Discharge or Creditor.
By [repayment of] Principal of Loans on the Thirteenth 4s. Aid, transferred to this Aid 45,395 7 4
by [payment of] Interest on the said Loans at 6l. per cent. 2,728 6 10
48,123 14 2
By [repayment of] Principal of Loans on this Aid after the said transference 761,346 17 5
by [payment of] Interest on the said Loans at 6l. per cent. 40,370 16 1
801,717 13 6
849,841 7 8
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 32,978 17
£882,820 5
pro anno 1714 [13 Anne c. 1].
LOANS ON THE FOURTH 2s. AID GRANTED FOR ONE YEAR FROM 25 MARCH 1714.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Loans made at the Exchequer:
Midsummer quarter 1714 728,525 16
Michaelmas quarter 1714 115,146 17 0
£843,672 13
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d.
By [paid] Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy, upon accompt 402,223 0 0
By [paid] John How, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons, ditto 170,734 19
By [paid] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces, abroad, ditto 30,000 0 0
By [paid] Thomas Moor, Paymaster of the Forces abroad, ditto 190,597 17 4
793,555 16
By [repayment of] Prinicipal of Loans registered on the Two-Third Subsidyanno 1705 45,426 17 0
By [payment of] Interest on the said Loans at 6l. per cent. 2,819 18 2
48,246 15 2
841,802 11 11¾
Balance in Cash in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 1,870 1 10
£843,672 13
pro anno 1714 [13 Anne c. 2].
LOANS ON THE DUTIES ON MALT, MUM, CYDER AND PERRY, 24 JUNE 1714 TO 24 JUNE 1715.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Loans made at the Exchequer:
Midsummer quarter 1714 93,880 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1714 207,614 19
£301,494 19
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy, upon accompt 209,154 10
By [paid] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces, ditto 30,095 9 2
By [paid] Thomas Moor, Paymaster of the Forces abroad, ditto 37,645 0 0
£ s. d. 276,894 19
By [repayment of] Principal of Loans registered on the Two-Third Subsidyanno 1705 21,300 0 0
By [payment of] Interest on the said Loans at 6 per cent. 1,534 2 2
22,834 2 2
299,729 1
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 1,765 17 10
£301,494 19
BRANCH ANALYSIS: LOTTERIES ETC.
[13 Anne c. 18].
THE ADDITIONAL DUTIES ON SOAP AND PAPER.
THE ADDITIONAL DUTIES ON PRINTED, PAINTED, STAINED AND DYED SILKS, CALICOES, LINENS ETC.
THE ADDITIONAL DUTIES ON STARCH AND ON COALS EXPORTED.
THE ADDITIONAL DUTIES ON STAMPT VELLUM, PARCHMENT AND PAPERS.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Receipts at the Exchequer 1 Aug. 1714 to Michaelmas 1714:
on the Additional Duties:
on Soap, Paper, Calicoes, Starch etc. 375 0 9
on the Additional Duties on Coals exported 5 15 6
on the Additional Stamp Duties 3,924 7
£4,305 4
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] Christopher Rhodes, Secretary to the Managers of the Lottery for 1,400,000 anno. 1714, for incidents 1,000 0 0
By Cash remaining in the Exchequer, 28 Sept. 1714. 3,305 4
£4,305 4
[13 Anne c. 18].
CONTRIBUTIONS ON THE ACT FOR RAISING 1,400,000l. BY WAY OF A LOTTERY FOR THE YEAR 1714.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To the sum total of the Contributions answered at the Exchequer 9 July 1714 to 28 Sept. 1714. £830,000 0 0
Discharge or Creditor.
To Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy, upon accompt 468,154 6
To Charles Eversfield, Treasurer of the Ordnance, ditto 30,802 15
To John How, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons, ditto 50,128 15 10
To James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces, ditto 65,022 8 8
To Thomas Moor, Paymaster of the Forces abroad, ditto 69,653 7
683,761 13
By paid at the Exchequer to make good Deficiencies:
of the Fond for the Class Lottery 1711 at Michaelmas 1713 40,000 0 0
of the Fond for the Class Lottery 1712 ditto 40,000 0 0
of the Fond for the East India Company 42,576 6 4
on the Register for Loans on the Two Third Subsidyanno 1705, for Principal 5,932 0
on ditto, for Interest 323 11 11
812,593 12
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714. 17,406 7
£830,000 0 0
THE RECEIVERS OF THE MONIES CONTRIBUTED ON THE ACT FOR THIS LOTTERY ARE
Debtors. £ s. d.
To the sum total of the Contributions authorised under the Act 1,400,000 0 0
Creditors.
By the Receivers' payments as above 830,000 0 0
Balance at Michaelmas 1714:
in money which appears to have been paid into the Exchequer Michaelmas 1714 to Michaelmas 1715 560,000 0 0
in the Receiver's hands to be accounted for 10,000 0 0
£1,400,000 0 0
pro anno 1714 [13 Anne c. 2].
THE DUTIES ON MALT, MUM, CYDER AND PERRY CONTINUED FROM 24 JUNE 1714 TO 24 JUNE 1715.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Receipts at the Exchequer 25 June 1714 to 10 Sept. 1714 £100 8 d
Discharge or Creditor.
By Cash remaining in the Exchequer, 28 Sept. 1714 £100 8 5
pro anno 1713 [12 Anne c. 1].
LOANS ON THE THIRD 2s. AID GRANTED FOR ONE YEAR FROM 23 JUNE 1713.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Loans made at the Exchequer Ladyday quarter 1714 £19,363 17
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy, upon accompt £19,363 17
THE TELLERS OF THE EXCHEQUER FOR EXCHEQUER BILLS MADE FORTH IN PURSUANCE OF THE ACT FOR ENLARGING THE CAPITAL STOCK OF THE BANK OF ENGLAND [7 ANNE c. 30] AND FOR EX CHEQUER BILLS MADE FORTH FOR THE SERVICE OF THE YEAR 1713 [12 ANNE c. 11]
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Exchequer Bills made forth and delivered by the Auditor of the Receipt to the said Tellers, Michaelmas 1713 to Michaelmas, 1714:
Exchequer Bills anno 1709:
Xmas quarter 1713 22,700 0 0
Ladyday quarter 1714 9,000 0 0
Midsummer quarter 1714 9,700 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1714 31,900 0 0
73,300 0 0
Exchequer Bills anno 1713:
Xmas quarter 1713 371,445 4 7
Ladyday quarter 1714 132,035 14 11¼
Midsummer quarter 1714 1,200 0 0
Michaelmas quarter 1714 279 5
504,960 5 0
£578,260 5 0
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid at the Receipt of Exchequer, out of Bills 1709:
To the Bank of England on the Allowance of 3l. per cent. for circulating Ex chequer Bills 49,300 0 0
To Lionel Herne, Samuel Edwards and Charles Low, upon accompt for reimbursing the Tellers of the Exchequer the Interest allowed by them on all the Exchequer Bills paid in there at the rate of 2d. per cent. per diem 19,000 0 0
To Samuel Edwards, Charles Low and Walter Browne, for ditto 5,000 0 0
73,300 0 0
ditto, out of Bills 1713:
To Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy, upon accompt 286,180 19
To John How, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons, ditto 132,348 11 10¾
To James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces, ditto 14,771 0 3
To Charles Eversfield, Treasurer of the Ordnance, ditto 35,000 0 0
To Thomas Moor, Paymaster of the Forces abroad, ditto 27,592 9 4
To the Commissioners for stating the Public Accompts, for salaries etc. 4,500 0 0
To the said Commissioners for stating the Debts of the Army, ditto 4,500 0 0
Towards making good the Deficiency of the Fond for the Class Lottery 1711 to Mich. 1713 67 4 0
504,960 5 0
£578,260 5 0
[9 Anne, c. 6].
CONTRIBUTIONS ON THE ACT FOR RAISING 1,500,000l. BY WAY OF A LOTTERY FOR THE SERVICE OF THE YEAR 1711.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Contributions paid into the Exchequer, Xmas quarter 1713 £303 8 1
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] James Brydges, Paymaster General of the Forces, upon accompt £303 8 1
THE RECEIVERS OF THE MONIES CONTRIBUTED ON THE ACT FOR THIS LOTTERY ARE
Debtors. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in their hands 28 Sept. 1713 £303 8 1
Creditors.
By the Receiver's payments into the Exchequer, as above £303 8 1
[9 Anne, c. 16].
CONTRIBUTIONS ON THE ACT FOR THE TWO MILLION ADVENTURE FOR THE SERVICE OF THE YEAR 1711.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 34 6 3
To Contributions paid in there, Michaelmas quarter 1714 1,314 16
£1,349 2 11½
By [paid] James Brydges, Paymaster General of the Forces, upon accompt £1,349 2 11½
THE QUEEN'S MINT AND THE SEVERAL RECEIVERS OF THE CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE TWO MILLION ADVENTURE ARE
Debtors. £ s. d.
To the Remaines in their hands, Michaelmas 1713 £1,314 16
Creditors.
By the Receivers' payments into the Exchequer as above £1,314 16
CONTRIBUTIONS ON THE ACT FOR 81,000l. PER AN. IN ANNUITIES AT 9l. PER CENT.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 £25 0 0
Discharge or Creditor.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 £25 0 0
LIONEL HERNE, SAMUEL EDWARDS AND CHARLES LOWE, THE PERSONS APPOINTED TO PAY EXCHEQUER BILLS, ARE
Debtors. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in their hands 28 Sept. 1713 4,561 0 7
To the sum total in money and Bills imprested to them to reimburse the Interest allowed by the Tellers on Bills paid into the Exchequer within the time of this Accompt:
in money (see above, p. liii) 43,500 0 0
in Bills (see above, p. lxxxiii) 19,000 0 0
62,500 0 0
To the sum total with which they surcharge themselves for Interest accruing on the said Bills from the dates thereof to the times of disposing the same:
Xmas quarter 1713 2 17 4
Ladyday quarter 1714 1 3 4
4 0 8
£67,065 1 3
Creditors.
By the Tellers of the Exchequer to reimburse the Interest allowed by them on all Exchequer Bills paid in there at 2d. per cent. per diem, so as to be reissued thence clear of Interest 63,760 3 5
By Salaries and incidents to 4 June 1714, when their Constitution determined 721 1 11
64,481 5 4
Balance is the Remaines in their hands 4 June 1714 2,583 15 11
£67,065 1 3
SAMUEL EDWARDS, CHARLES LOW AND WALTER BROWN, THE PERSONS APPOINTED TO PAY INTEREST ON EXCHEQUER BILLS, ARE
Debtors. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash brought forward [as in Discharge above], 4 June 1714 2,583 15 11
To money and Bills imprested [as inCharge above]:
in Bills (see above, p. lxxxiii) 5,000 0 0
in money (see above, pp. xlii and liii) 25,000 0 0
30,000 0 0
32,583 15 11
Creditors. £ s. d.
By paid the respective Tellers of the Exchequer [as in theDischarge above] 28,512 14
By Cash remaining in the Accomptants' hands, 28 Sept. 1714 4,071 1
£32,583 15 11
[10 Anne, c. 18].
CONTRIBUTIONS ON THE ACT FOR RAISING 1,800,000l. BY WAY OF A LOTTERY FOR THE YEAR 1712.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer, 28 Sept. 1713 2,914 8
To Contributions received there, Ladyday quarter 1714 1,051 12 3
£3,966 0
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] John How, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons, for subsistence of the Troops in Great Britain anno 1712 2,658 3
By Cash transferred to the Fond for 80,000l. per an. in Annuities purchased anno 1708 216 5 0
2,874 8
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 1,091 12 3
£3,966 0
THE RECEIVERS OF THE MONIES CONTRIBUTED ON THE ACT FOR THIS LOTTERY ARE
Debtors. £ s. d.
To the Remaine in their hands Michaelmas 1713 £1,051 12 3
Creditors.
By the Receivers' payments into the Exchequer as [in theCharge] above £1,051 12 3
[10 Anne, c. 19].
CONTRIBUTIONS ON THE ACT FOR THE CLASSES LOTTERY FOR THE SERVICE OF THE YEAR 1712.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 681 12 4
To Contributions received there, Ladyday quarter 1715(sic) 1,763 6 6
£2,444 18 10
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
By [paid] John How, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons etc. for subsistence for the year 1712 522 12 4
By Cash transferred to the Fond for 80,000l.per an. in Annuities purchased anno 1708 159 0 0
681 12 4
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 1,763 6 6
£2,444 18 10
THE RECEIVERS OF THE MONIES CONTRIBUTED ON THE ACT FOR THIS LOTTERY ARE
Debtors. £ s. d.
To the Remaine in their hands, Michaelmas 1713 £1,763 6 6
Creditors.
By the Receivers' payments into the Exchequer as [in theCharge] above £1,763 6 6
[9 Anne, c. 17].
LOANS ON COALS FOR BUILDING FIFTY NEW CHURCHES.
Charge or Debtors. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Loans remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 4,617 19 0
To Loans made there:
Xmas quarter 1713 9,989 5 6
Midsummer 1714 9,775 0 0
Michaelmas 1714 220 0 0
19,984 5 6
£24,602 4 6
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] Henry Smith, Treasurer to the Commissioners for building 50 new Churches 15,000 0 0
By [payment] of Interest of Loans registered on the Duties on Coals at 6l. per cent. 1,455 18 1
16,455 18 1
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 8,146 6 5
£24,602 4 6
ARCHIBALD DOUGLAS, PAYMASTER OF THE CIVIL LIST IN SCOTLAND IS
Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in his hands, Michaelmas 1713 582 3
To his Receipts Michaelmas 1713 to Michaelmas 1714:
on Compositions for Signatures 419 18 9
on Crown Rents and Casualties (Property Eques 235l. 2s. 4½d., Sheriffs' Eques 439l. 19s. 0½d. and Boroughs' Eques 75l. 4s. 3½d.) 750 5
on Imprests from the Receivers of the Customs and Commissioners of Excise pursuant to Warrants from the Barons of the Exchequer (out of Customs per the Receiver thereof 10,743l. 19s. 6½d. out of Seizures ditto 3,388l. 18s. 3½d.) 14,132 17 103/12
out of several Branches of Excise per the Commissioners of that Revenue 11,633 16 74/12
26,936 18 10¼
To Cash for so much remaining in his hands at Michaelmas 1713, but, not being charged in his Accompt for the last year,is now brought to accompt as received in this 187 6 7
£27,706 8 10
Creditor.
By payments according to his signed abstract:
for salaries to three Courts of Sessions, Justiciary and Exchequer 17,491 10
for salaries to such Officers of the Civil Establishment as do not belong to these Courts 7,873 15
for defraying the charges of the Circuits 1,170 0 0
for contingencies 591 6
27,126 12
By Cash remaining in his hands, Michaelmas 1714 579 16
£27,706 8 10
LOANS ON CREDIT OF MONIES ARISING BY SALE OF THE QUEEN'S TIN.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Loans made at the Exchequer:
Ladyday quarter 1714 79,624 7
Midsummer quarter 1714 1,434 9 6
Michaelmas quarter 1714 5,584 11 3
£86,643 8
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid at the Exchequer to the following uses:
to Samuel, Lord Masham, Cofferer of the Household, upon accompt 13,891 6 2
to John, Lord de la Warr, Treasurer of the Chamber, ditto 2,672 0 0
to John Holbech, for the said service, ditto 6,180 0 0
to John, Duke of Montague, Master of the Great Wardrobe 12,289 19
to Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the Works, ditto 24,365 6
to William Roberts, Paymaster of the Works at Windsor, ditto 3,815 8 11½
to Conyers Darcy and George Fielding, Commissioners for executing the Office of Master of the Horse, ditto 2,488 1
to Foreign Ministers, on their Ordinary and Extraordinary Allowances 12,089 5 0
to Edward Nicholas, for the Queen's pensions, charities etc. 1,000 0 0
to divers persons as of the Queen's Royal Bounty 3,333 6 8
to contingencies 4,518 13 11
£86,643 8
CONTRIBUTIONS FOR RAISING 500,000l. BY A LOTTERY FOR THE CIVIL LIST. (fn. 1)
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Contributions received at the Exchequer; Xmas quarter 1713 498,900 0 0
Discharge or Creditor.
By paid at the Exchequer for the following:
To Samuel, Lord Masham, Cofferer of the Household, upon accompt 75,069 12
To John, Lord de la Warr, Treasurer of the Chamber, ditto 14,305 18
To John Holbech, for the service of the said Office 25,884 10
to John, Duke of Montague, Master of the Great Wardrobe, upon accompt 32,275 11 7
to Henry Piggott, for the service of the Robes, ditto 1,105 14 6
to Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the Works, ditto 43,277 9
to William Roberts, Paymaster of the Works at Windsor, ditto 7,071 10 1
to Conyers Darcy and George Fielding, Commissioners for executing the Office of Master of the Horse, ditto 3,511 18
to Foreign Ministers, on their Ordinary and Extraordinary Allowances 114,375 18
to fees and salaries 49,418 9
to pensions and annuities 23,447 10
to Spencer Compton, for the Queen's pensions, charities etc. 67,500 0 0
to William, Lord Dartmouth, Secretary of State, for secret service 3,082 3 10
to James, Duke of Queensberry, another, for the like 1,260 0 0
to Henry, Viscount Bollingbroke, another, for the like 1,274 13 0
to the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners per William Smith, their Paymaster 7,500 0 0
to contingencies 8,199 12 11
to sundry affairs relating to Scotland 4,195 10 11½
482,756 4
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer, 28 Sept. 1714 16,143 15
£498,900 0 0
THE RECEIVERS OF THE MONIES CONTRIBUTED ON THE ACT FOR THIS LOTTERY ARE
Debtors. £ s. d.
To the sum total of the Payments authorised to be contributed under this Act 500,000 0 0
Creditors.
By the Receivers' payments into the Exchequer, as [in theCharge above] 498,900 0 0
Balance is the Remain in their hands to be accounted for 1,100 0 0
£500,000 0 0
MONEY ARISING FROM THE SALE OF SOUTH SEA STOCK.
Charge or Debtor.
To money received at the Exchequer Michaelmas quarter 1714 £79,713 6 9
Discharge or Creditor.
By [paid] Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy, for Wagesanno 1714 £79,713 6 9
BRANCH ANALYSIS: TALLIES.
THE SEVERAL ACCOMPTANTS, FOR SUNDRY SUMS IN TALLIES AND OTHER EFFECTS REMAINING IN THEIR HANDS ARE
Debtors. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To the sum in Tallies remaining in their hands unapplied at Michaelmas 1713:
in the hands of Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy:
for the year 1705:
on Reversionary Annuities 46,563 0 0
for the year 1711:
on Malt Duties 10,400 0 0
on Duties on Hops 1,690 16
for the year 1712:
on Malt Duties 5,000 0 0
63,653 16
in the hands of Thomas Micklethwaite, the Treasurer for Transport services:
for the year 1708:
on the Half-Subsidy 29,687 10
for the year 1709:
on the Fifth General Mortgage 10,000 0 0
for the year 1711:
on the Land Tax 1,866 19 2
on Malt Duties 11,547 9 8
53,101 19
116,755 16
Deduct from this so much as Thomas Micklethwaite was directed to dispose of, for raising 30,000l. to be paid into the Exchequer and which was issued thence as per Accompt of Small Branches (see above p. lxxii):
for the year 1708:
Tallies on the Half-Subsidy 17,187 10
for the year 1709:
Tallies on the Fifth General Mortgage 10,000 0 0
27,187 10
£89,568 5
Creditors.
By services supplied out of the Tallies asper contra:
on the Half-Subsidy 1708:
by Thomas Micklethwaite, for freight of soldiers from Dunkirk to Great Britain and Ireland 12,500 0 0
on Malt 1711:
by Charles Cæsar for the new Course of the Navy 10,400 0 0
by Thomas Micklethwaite, for Transport Service 11,547 9 8
21,947 9 8
on the Land Tax 1711:
by ditto for the same 1,866 19 2
By Remaines at Michaelmas 1714 for uses to be appointed; in the hands of Charles Cæsar:
Tallies on Reversionary Annuities anno 1705 46,563 0 0
Tallies on Hops anno 1711 1,690 0 0
Tallies on Malt anno 1712 5,000 0 0
53,253 16
£89,568 5
BRANCH ANALYSIS: ANNUITIES ETC.
[4 & 5 Anne c. 18]
THE EXCHEQUER TO THE FOND FOR PAYING 184,242l. 14s. PER ANNUM IN ANNUITIES PURCHASED ANNO 1706 IS
Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713:
out of the One Third Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage 53,127 15 11½
out of the 9d. per barrel Excise 71,248 19
out of the Duties on Coals and Culm 137 10
124,514 5
To the One Third Tonnage and Poundage £ s. d.
for the net produce thereof in the year to Michaelmas 1714 (see above p. xlvii). 87,206 9 6
To the Duties of Coals, Culm and Cinders for arrears recovered on the Grant which determined Michaelmas 1710 (see above p. xlvii) 4 10
To the produce of the 9d. per barrel Excise for 16 years from 17 May 1697 (see above p. lvi) 154,246 1
To Imprest money repaid per Sir John Humble 1,710 12 11½
243,167 14
£367,681 19 9
Creditor.
By paid on the Annuities which continue for 99 years from 25 March 1706 184,553 4 0
By rewards to Officers and incident charges:
to the Auditor of the Receipt, for the business of these Annuities 410 0 0
to the same, for examining vouchers etc. 500 0 0
to the Clerk of the Pells, for the business of these Annuities 320 0 0
to the Four Tellers for the business of these Annuities 240 0 0
to Samuel Edwin, Usher of the Receipt, for necessaries 647 1
2,117 1
186,670 5
By Cash transferred to the Fond for 40,000l.per an. in Annuities purchased anno 1708 34,798 8 0
221,468 13
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714:
of the One-Third Tonnage and Poundage 93,679 8
of the 9d. per barrel Excise 52,533 17 3
146,213 6
£367,681 19 9
[6 Anne c. 2]
THE EXCHEQUER TO THE FOND FOR PAYING 72,187l. 10s. PER ANNUM IN ANNUITIES PURCHASED ANNO 1707 IS
Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 32,602 11 9
To the Income of sundry Duties and Revenues granted and appropriated to pay these Annuities, in the year to Michaelmas 1714 (see above p. lxi) 74,688 13
£107,291 5
Creditor. £ s. d.
By paid on these Annuities which continue for 99 years from 25 March 1707 73,561 12 6
By rewards to Officers and incident charges:
to the Auditor of the Receipt, for the business of these Annuities 190 0 3
to the Clerk of the Pells, for the like 88 7 7
to the Four Tellers, for the like 97 4 4
to Samuel Edwin, Usher of the Receipt, for necessaries 74 5
449 17
To Cash transferred to the Fond for 40,000l.per an. in Annuities purchased anno, 1708 4,110 16 1
78,122 6
Balance in Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 29,168 19 1
£107,291 5
[6 Anne c. 39]
THE EXCHEQUER TO THE FOND FOR PAYING 40,000l. PER ANNUM ON THE FIRST ACT FOR THE SALE OF ANNUITIES ANNO 1708 IS
Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 September 1713:
money gained by deductions for Interest at 4l. per cent per an. on the quarterly payments advanced to Michaelmas 1711 1,692 2
overplus money of the Fond for Annuities and Survivorship 2,140 17 3
3,832 19
To sundry Duties and Revenues applied towards paying these Annuities, in the year to Michaelmas 1714:
of Malt anno 1710 45 0 0
of Contributions on the second Lottery Act anno 1710 159 0 0
of the surplus of the 9d. per barrel Excise 34,682 3
of the surplus of the One-Third Tonnage 116 4 10¼
of the 25l. per cent. on French goods 57 10 0
of the surplus of the 99 years' Excise 1,406 10 1
of the surplus of Low Wines 4,110 16 1
40,577 4 2
£44,410 3
Creditor.
By paid on the Annuities per contra which continue for 99 years from 25 March 1708 40,527 12 6
By rewards to Officers and incident charges:
to the Auditor of the Receipt on 105l. 5s. 10d. per an. to Midsummer 1714 658 1
to the Clerk of the Pells on 48l. 19s. 5d. to ditto, for the business of these Annuities 306 1
to the Four Tellers on 53l. 17s. 4d. per an. for the like 336 13 4
to Samuel Edwin, Usher of the Receipt, for necessaries 440 17
1,741 13
42,269 6
Balance is the Overplus Money of the Fond for Annuities and Survivorship remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 2,140 17 3
£44,410 3
[6 Anne c. 48]
THE EXCHEQUER TO THE FOND FOR PAYING 80,000l. PER ANNUM ON THE SECOND ACT FOR THE SALE OF ANNUITIES ANNO 1708 IS
Debtor. £ s. d. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1713 39,845 12
To sundry Duties and Revenues applied towards paying these Annuities:
the Half Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage (see above p. liii) 97,624 7 7
Contributions on the First Lottery Act 1712 216 5 0
97,840 12 7
£137,686 4 11½
Creditor.
By paid on the Annuities per contra which continue for 99 years from 24 June 1708 81,456 0 0
By rewards to Officers and incident charges:
to the Auditor of the Receipt on 210l. 11s. 7d. per an., for the business of these Annuities 315 17
to the Clerk of the Pells on 97l. 18s. 11d.per an. for the like 146 18
to the Four Tellers on 107l. 14s. 9d. per an. for the like 161 12
to Samuel Edwin, Usher of the Receipt, for necessaries 427 10
1,051 18 5
82,507 18 5
Cash remaining in the Exchequer 28 Sept. 1714 55,178 6
£137,686 4 11½
FOR THE YEAR 1714.
SUMS VOTED AND ENACTED FOR PUBLIC SERVICES AND THE GRANTS IN PARLIAMENT TOWARDS SATISFYING THE SAME WITH THEIR VALUE AS ESTIMATED BY PARLIAMENT.
(THE SUMS VOTED AND ENACTED FOR ACCOMPT OF PUBLIC SERVICES IN THE SESSION OF PARLIAMENT BEGUN 16 FEBRUARY 1713–14 AND ENDED 9 JULY 1714, RESUMED AGAIN ON THE QUEEN'S DEMISE AND ENDED BY ADJOURNMENT.)
£ s. d.
18 March 1713–14. For 10,000 men for the Sea (including the Ordnance for Sea Service), for a year from 1 Jan. 1713–14 520,000 0 0
3 April 1714. For the Ordinary of the Navy anno 1714 including Half-pay to Sea Officers 245,700 0 3
towards satisfying the Debt due for Seamen's Wages and to the yard, and for the Debt due to the Marines 300,000 0 0
for the Chaplains that served in the Fleet during the last War not otherwise provided for and to be equally distributed 3,000 0 0
total for the Navy, etc. 1,068,700l. 0s. 3d
24 April 1714. For the Charge of the Office of Ordnance for Land Service in the year 1714 55,281 16 0
5 June 1714. For the Military Officers and Chaplains that served in the Train of Artillery in Flanders and Spain, and on several Expeditions, which, with the Allowance they have on the Establishment in the Office of Ordnance, is to complete their half-pay for the year 1714. 2,188 9 2
total for the Ordnance for Land Services and the Artillery Train 57,470l. 5s. 2d.
10 April 1714. For maintaining the Guards and Garrisons in Great Britain, Jersey and Guernsey together with two Independent Companies in North Britain, for the year 1714 386,427 17 10
for maintaining her Majesty's Forces and Garrison at Minorca, for the year 1714 54,645 1 3
for ditto at Gibraltar, for the year 1714 34,856 14
for maintaining four Companies at New York, four Companies at Annapolis Royal, four at Placentia, one at Bermudas and the Garrisons of Annapolis Royal and Placentia, for the year 1714 20,170 1 6
25 May 1714. For maintaining her Majesty's Forces in Flanders and at Dunkirk until Michaelmas 1714 107,831 9 2
for maintaining Col. Handasyde's Regiment at Jamaica and Col. Alexander's Regiment in the Leeward Islands, until Xmas 1714 19,308 10 0
towards satisfying the Debt due to the Land Forces, out of which the sum of 60,095l. 9s. 2d. is to be applied to discharge Bills of Exchange drawn by William Chetwynd, late Envoy at Genoa for corn sent to Barcelona 300,000 0 0
total for Land Forces 923,239l. 14s. 6½d.
25 May 1714. For half-pay to Officers who are allowed it by Special Warrant for the year 1714 5,862 16 2
for half-pay to Officers of the Land Forces and Marines, being her Majesty's natural born subjects or naturalised, for the year 1714 123,293 19 2
31 May 1714. For satisfying arrears due to the Officers of Land Forces and Marines for half-pay at Xmas 1713 57,877 11
total for half-pay 187,034l. 6s. 10½d.
31 May 1714. For the support of the Royal Hospital at Chelsea and pay of the Out-pensioners, and for the extraordinary allowance for forage for the Dragoons in North Britain from 25 December 1713 to 25 December 1714 42,785 14 4
7 April 1714. Towards the Quarterly Payments to the South Sea Company in the year to Xmas 1714: voted 498,085l. 10s. but paid 504,475 3 9
for the Deficiency of the Fond for the Class Lotteryanno 1711, for the year to Michaelmas 1713 67,358 15 7
for the Deficiency of the Fond for the Class Lottery anno 1712, for the same time 67,546 4
for the Deficiency of the Fond for the East India Company 42,576 6 4
24 April 1714. For the Deficiency of the Principal and Interest upon the Act for granting a further subsidy on Wines and Merchandizes Imported, called the Two-third Subsidy 3 [& 4] Anne [c. 3] 88,741 13 10
for three years Interest to 25 December 1714 on Debentures for the sufferers at Nevis and St. Xtophers 18,540 12
total for meeting Deficiencies etc. 789,238l. 16s. 7¼d.
Payments pursuant to Act of Parliament on special clauses contained therein.
£ s. d.
The Loans which remain unsatisfied on the [fifth] day of [May 1714] and the Interest thereof upon the Land Tax 1711 are made good by being transferred to the Register for Loans on the Land Tax anno 1714 and amount to 36,000 0 0
the loans which remained unsatisfied on the [twenty-eighth] day of [May 1714] and the Interest thereof upon the Duties on Malt for 1712 are made good by being transferred to the Register for Loans on Malt Duties 1714 and amount to 141,617 4
the Contributors to the Lottery for 1,400,000l. are by the Act [13 Anne, c. 18, s. 55] to be allowed Interest at 8l.per cent. per an. for the first of the four payments of their Contribution money from the day of their making the same to 29 Sept. 1714 and 6 per cent. per an. for the remaining three payments from the remaining days of their making the same to the said 29 Sept. 1714, which allowance for prompt payment according to the Receiver's Accompt thereof does amount to 6,317l. 18s. 7d.; and allowed for reward and charges to the said Receiver by the said Act [s. 60] 1,269l. 5s. 5d. 7,587 4 0
total statutory payments 185,204l. 8s. 6½d. £3,253,673 6
The Grants in Parliament towards satisfying the Publique Services per contra with the value of the Grants as estimated by Parliament.
£ s. d.
The Land Tax of 2s. per Libram for one year from 25 March 1714, chargeable with 36,000l. Deficiency transferred thereunto and the Interest thereof as per contra, and such further Loans to be registered after the said transference at 5 per cent. per an. Interest as shall not exceed 940,000 0 0
The Duties on Malt, Mum, Cyder and Perry for one year from 23 June 1714, chargeable with 141,617l. 4s. 6½ d. in Loans transferred thereunto and Interest as per contra, and with such further Loans to be registered after the said transference at 5 per cent. per annum as shall not exceed 700,000 0 0
The Contributions on the Acts for raising 1,400,000l. by way of a Lottery for the service of the year 1714 including all discounts and charges 1,400,000 0 0
The Publique Unappropriated Money arising in the Exchequer after 12 June 1714 199,696 8
£3,239,696 8
Balance is the difference between the estimated value of the Grants and the sum total of the Publique Services, the Services exceeding the Grants by 13,976 17 9
£3,253,673 6

Footnotes

1 See footnote on p. cdlxx infra.