Revenue Account
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'Revenue Account: General Abstract', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 28: 1714 (1955), pp. XCVII-CXXVI. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=86103 Date accessed: 22 August 2014.


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Revenue Account

GENERAL ABSTRACT OF THE ACCOMPTS OF THE PUBLIQUE REVENUES, TAXES AND MONIES BORROWED FROM MICHAELMAS 1713 TO MICHAELMAS 1714.
TO THE REMAINS IN CASH AT MICHAELMAS 1713 AS SHOWN AT THE FOOT OF THAT YEAR'S ACCOMPT:
£ s. d.
In Tallies undisposed in the hands of the several Treasurers and Paymasters (see above, p. xci) 89,568 5
New Customs which determined 1 Aug. 1710 3,533 5
Tobacco on the Grant which determined 1 Aug. 1712 6,298 6 4
Continued Impositions which commenced 31 July 1712 19,100 10
Duty on Low Wines, Coffee and Tea etc. for Loans anno 1705 9,097 5
5l. per ton Shipping granted 12 Car. II 95 0 0
Additional Tonnage and Poundage, part of the Queen's Civil List 6,202 18 11
Arrears of ditto for the late King's debts 1,277 3
Arrears of the Duty on Coffee etc. for the Transport Debt 22 12 1
25l. per cent. on French goods 57 10 0
Plantation Duties granted 25 Car. II 82 8 1
Arrears of the Duties on Coals etc. anno 1698 47 10
Arrears of ditto anno 1703 1,685 15 10½
Two thirds Tonnage and Poundage anno 1705 for Loans 778 18
25l. per ton French Prize Wines 230 10 5
25l. per ton French Wines Imported 22,753 5 8
Duty on Foreign Sail-cloth 296 0 0
Of the Fond for the Lottery for 1,500,000l. anno 1711 69,469 7 10
Prize Duty from the Plantations 1,513 19 8
Additional 3d. per Barrel Excise and the Duties on Pepper etc. for Annuities anno 1710 41,625 11 1
Two-Thirds Tonnage and Poundage for the Bank from 8 March 1711–12 for ever 12,762 5 2
3,700l. per week Excise for Annuities 87,998 14
Hereditary and Temporary Excise for the Civil List 6,007 14
9d. Excise for the Bank and Annuities 28,929 5 4
9d. Excise for Annuities and Survivorship 70,946 18 11¾
Arrears of One-Third Double 9d. Excise 30 19
Duties on Malt anno 1709 814 8 1
Duties on Malt anno 1710 213 19 10
Duties on Malt anno 1711 7,413 16 10½
Duties on Malt anno 1712 16,939 17 11½
Duties on Malt anno 1713 326 1
12d. per Bushel Salt 9,375 16
28d. per Bushel on Salt and Stamp Duties for the East India Company 6,688 17
Stamp Duties on the Grant to 1 Aug. 1706 110 6
Duty on Coals, Culm etc. for the Lottery anno 1710 401 0 2
Duty on Candles and Rates on money given with Clerks and Apprentices for Loans anno 1710 576 7 10¾
Duty on Hops for Loans anno 1711 17,553 4 2
Duties on Hides etc. for the Two Million Adventure anno 1711 13,835 14 7
Letter Money for the Civil List 2,782 9 4
per cent. [Duty] from the Leeward Islands 49 6 7
Coinage Duty 31 19
Revenue of Hackney Coaches 653 11 11¼
Additional Tonnage and Poundage Arrears 531 18
Arrears of the Duties on Marriages, Births etc. 1,024 9 5
Duty on Soap, Paper and Pamphlets for the 10l. Lottery anno 1712 76,251 7 2
Additional Duty on Hides, Starch, Gilt and Silver Wire etc. for the Class Lottery anno 1712 66,797 3
Duty on Houses for the Bank from 31 July 1710 for ever 1,366 19
First Fruits 1,066 12 6
Tenths of the Clergy 882 4
Seizures 1,156 19
Imprest Money repaid per St. John Humble 1,447 5 0
Sale of the Queen's Tin 1,408 16 3
Brewers' Forfeitures 78 14 7
Salvage Money 1,800 0 0
Prize Money 7,270 13
Forfeitures on the Act granting Duties on Hides 52 3
Ditto on the Act for granting Rates on Monies given with Clerks and Apprentices 5 0 0
ditto on the Act for granting Duties on Candles 104 0 6
money levied on Mr. Mason, late Treasurer of Transports 590 9 0
Rent of the Savoy Hospital 3,140 8 5
Second Quarterly Poll anno 1694 4 0 0
Subsidies and other Duties 0 3 4
Fifth 4s. Aid anno 1702 249 8 5
Seventh 4s. Aid anno 1704 86 17 0
Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 1,277 10 10¼
Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708 72 5 6
Twelfth 4s. Aid anno 1709 2,771 8 2
Thirteenth 4s. Aid anno 1710 8,229 12
Fourteenth 4s. Aid anno 1711 17,961 4 5
Fifteenth 4s. Aid anno 1712 23,369 11 8
Contributions on the Act for the 10l. Lottery anno 1711 303 8 1
Contributions on the Act for the Two Million Adventure anno 1711 1,349 2 11½
Contributions on the Act for Annuities anno 1710 25 0 0
In the hands of Lionel Herne and Samuel Edwards and Charles Low for Interest on Exchequer Bills 4,561 0 7
Contributions on the Act for the 10l. Lottery anno 1712 3,966 0
Contributions on the Act for the Class Lottery anno 1712 2,444 18 10
Loans on Coals for Building 50 new Churches 4,617 19 0
In the hands of Archibald Douglas, Paymaster of the Civil List in Scotland 582 3
on the Fond for paying Annuities purchased anno 1706 124,514 5
on the Fond for paying Annuities purchased anno 1707 32,602 11 9
on the Fond for paying 40,000l. per an. in Annuities purchased anno 1708 3,832 19
on the Fond for paying 80,000l. per an. in Annuities purchased anno 1708 39,845 12
(total Remains, omitting tallies undisposed of, 906, 253l. 5s. 5½d.)
£995,821 11 0
GENERAL ABSTRACT OF REVENUE: CUSTOMS.
Cash for the nett produce of the several Duties and Revenues under Management of the Customs:
Duties and Revenues in being at Michaelmas 1714: £ s. d.
Wines and Vinegar, on the Grant from 31 July 1714 4,508 10 0
Impositions on Tobacco, on the same Grant 2,315 0 0
Impositions on East India goods, on the same Grant 9,193 2 7
Customs: Half-Subsidy for the Bank, on the same Grant 15,610 1 2
Additional Impositions, on the same Grant 2,518 5
Duties on Whale Fins, on the same Grant 888 10 0
Duties on Coffee, Tea, Chocolate, etc., granted from 24 June 1714 for ever 2,908 1
Additional Duties on ditto, on the same Grant 2,059 1
Additional Tonnage and Poundage for the King's life 18,479 6 8
Plantation Duties granted 25 Car. II 1,025 3
Tonnage and Poundage on the grant for 98 years from 8 March 1706–7 86,389 4
ditto, on the part of Scotland 817 4
Two-third Tonnage and Poundage on the grant from 8 March 1711–12 for ever 98,133 4
ditto, on the part of Scotland 462 10 0
25l. per ton on French Wines imported since 25 March 1711 39,151 16
ditto on the part of Scotland 372 5
Duties on Foreign Sail Cloth 1,503 10 9
Subsidy of Poundage on Goods Exported; for 32 years from 8 March 1710–11 44,424 12 10½
Duty of 2s. per chaldron on Coals granted for the same time 66,010 16 9
Prize Duty from the Plantations 151 7 11½
Additional Duty on Pepper, Raisins, Spices and Snuff 23,539 3
Duty of 3s. per chaldron on Coals from 29 Sept. 1710 98,895 12 8
ditto on the part of Scotland 78 16 2
Half Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage for 96 years from 31 July 1712 142,569 16
Duty of 9d. per ton on Rock Salt for 32 years from 11 June 1711 822 13 2
per cent. [Duty] from Barbadoes and the Leeward Islands 7,888 2
Coinage Duty for the Mint, being 10s. per ton on Wines 8,997 5
Additional Duties on Coals exported for 32 years from 2 Aug. 1714 5 15 6
Revenues before that time [Michaelmas 1714] expired:
5s. per ton on French Shipping granted 12 Car. II 229 8 8
Wines and Vinegar on the Grant to 1 Aug. 1710 2,007 15
ditto, on the part of Scotland 171 18 0
Impositions on Tobacco, on the same Grant 1,159 19 0
Impositions on East India goods, on the same Grant 149 17 3
Additional Impositions, on the same Grant 176 15 9
Wines and Vinegar, on the Grant to 1 Aug. 1712 230 16 5
ditto, on the part of Scotland 190 2 0
Impositions on Tobacco, on the same Grant 9,685 9 9
ditto, on the part of Scotland 607 5 9
Impositions on East India goods, the like 659 8
Additional Impositions, the like 285 7
Half Subsidy for the Bank, the like 35 3
ditto for Annuities, the like 35 3
Wines and Vinegar, on the Grant to 1 Aug. 1714 151,599 13 7
ditto on the part of Scotland 2,028 13
Impositions on Tobacco, the like 69,923 11 9
Impositions on East India goods, the like 143,974 13 0
ditto, on the part of Scotland 2,018 7 8
Half Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage, the like 126,959 14 10½
Additional Impositions, the like 35,524 0
ditto, on the part of Scotland 241 4
Duty on Whale Fins, the like 3,949 11
Duties on Coffee, Tea, Chocolate etc. on the Grant to 24 June 1714 21,318 14 10½
Increased Duties on ditto, the like 42,557 1 3
15l. per cent. on Muslin, Calicoes, Chinawares etc., the like 24,180 9 5
Additional Tonnage and Poundage which determined with the Queen's death 244,415 13 1
ditto, on the part of Scotland 950 0 0
Duties on Coals, Culm etc. on the Grant to 29 Sept. 1710 4 10 0
Two-third Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage to 8 March 1711–12 63 5 9
25l. per ton on French Prize Wines which determined with the War 186 6 9
(total for England 1,557,300l. 15s. 1d. and for Scotland 7,938l. 7s. 0d.)
£1,565,239 2 1
GENERAL ABSTRACT OF REVENUE: EXCISE ETC.
To Cash for the Nett Produce of the Revenues of Excise, Duties on Salt, Hides, Soap, Candles, Hops etc. under Management of the Commissioners for that purpose, Michaelmas 1713 to Michaelmas 1714:
Duties and Revenues in being at Michaelmas 1714:
Hereditary and Temporary Excise for the King's Civil List 7,266 18 2
9d. Excise for 16 years from 17 May 1697 151,707 0
ditto, on the part of Scotland 2,539 1 5
Five-sevenths 9d. Excise for the Bank of England 102,850 4 10
ditto, on the part of Scotland 1,813 12 6
Two-sevenths 9d. Excise for Annuities 41,154 0 11½
ditto, on the part of Scotland 725 8 11
9d. Excise for 99 years from 25 January 1692–3 144,046 5 10
ditto, on the part of Scotland 2,539 1
Additional 3d. per barrel Excise for 32 years from 25 March 1710 54,930 11
ditto, on the part of Scotland 2,808 8 10½
36s. per barrel Sweets granted 5 Anne for 99 years 299 2 9
Low Wines on the Grant for 96 years from 23 June 1710 27,467 4 11½
ditto, on the part of Scotland 700 0 0
12d. per bushel on Salt, granted 7 & 8 Wm. III for ever 39,330 0 8
28d. per bushel on Salt, granted from 25 Dec. 1699 for ever 91,631 13 9
Duties on Candles for 5 years from 1 May 1710 55,157 19 9
ditto, on the part of Scotland 1,245 0 0
more for forfeitures on Chandlers 26 18 11
Additional Duty on Candles for 32 years from 25 March 1711 55,187 13 2
ditto, on the part of Scotland 1,245 0 0
Duties on Hops for 4 years from 1 June 1711 17,694 11 10
Duties on Hides etc. for 32 years from 24 June 1711 83,565 6 6
ditto, on the part of Scotland 1,600 0 0
Additional Duty on Hides etc. for 32 years from 31 July 1712 97,440 18
ditto, on the part of Scotland 1,400 0 0
Duties on Malt pro anno 1714 100 8 5
Duties on Soap etc. for 32 years from 10 June 1712 147,501 5
ditto, on the part of Scotland 611 10
more for penalties on Soap-boilers 17 1 10
Additional Duty on Soap etc. for 32 years from 2 Aug. 1714 375 0 9
Duty on Gilt and Silver Wire and Starch for 32 years from 1 July 1712 14,374 4
more for forfeitures on Wiredrawers 11 7 6
Revenues before that time expired:
Low Wines on the Grant to 24 June 1710 9 11 8
Hereditary and Temporary Excise which determined with the Queen's death 247,599 3 9
more to answer the appropriations of 3,700l. per week 188,700 0 0
Duties on Malt pro anno 1703 218 16 7
ditto, pro anno 1710 277 17 11
ditto, pro anno 1712 21,359 0 11½
ditto, pro anno 1713 428,809 13 0
(total for England 2,019,110l. 5s. 2d. and for Scotland 17,227l. 3s. 5½d.)
£2,036,337 8
GENERAL ABSTRACT OF REVENUE: POST OFFICE AND CASUAL REVENUES.
To Cash for the Nett Produce of the Revenues of the Post Office and several Casual Revenues and Profits answered at the Exchequer, Michaelmas 1713 to Michaelmas 1714: £ s. d.
Post Office Revenue which determined with the Queen's death 43,669 0 7
more to answer the appropriation of 700l. per week 30,800 0 0
Post Office Revenue granted for the King's life 4,833 13 9
more to answer the appropriation of 700l. per week 5,600 0 0
£84,902 14 4
Of casual Revenues and Profits:
for the late King's Debts:
Seizures of Uncustomed and Prohibited goods 0 6 0
for account of her present Majesty:
First Fruits 3,903 1
Tenths of the Clergy 8,744 9 9
Fines on Alienations 1,800 0 0
Revenues of Wine Licences 2,500 0 0
Sheriffs' Proffers 1,245 7 0
Compositions in the Exchequer 5 0 0
Seizures of Uncustomed etc. goods 19,921 17
Fines of leases 451 15 0
Revenues of the Duchy of Cornwall 2,000 0 0
Woodsales 785 0 0
Land Revenues 1,634 8
Value of timber delivered the Navy per the Surveyor of Woods, Trent South 3,108 8 0
Brewers' forfeitures 292 14 11
Sale of the Queen's tin 143,211 9
Rent of the Savoy Hospital 300 0 0
Profits of the Hanaper 27 4 7
Money paid per South Sea Company in consideration of the Assiento Contract 2 0 0
Imprest money repaid, per Sir John Humble 5,063 7 11½
ditto, per Executors of William Herbord 2,525 5 10
ditto, per Thomas Kennedy 0 6 0
ditto, per Thomas Micklethwaite as Treasurer of Transports 30,000 0 0
ditto per Executors of Walter Whitfield as Paymaster of Marines 4,576 11
money levied on Mr. Mason, late Treasurer of Transports 729 6 3
£232,827 19 2
GENERAL ABSTRACT OF REVENUE: AIDS AND TAXES.
To Cash for the Nett Produce of Sundry Aids and Taxes, Michaelmas 1713 to Michaelmas 1714: £ s. d.
Additional Duties on Houses for 32 years from Michaelmas 1710 39,768 16 4
Duty on Houses granted from 31 July 1710 for ever 111,156 15
(total for the Duties on Houses 150,925l. 12s. 1½d.) Stamp Duties on the Grant to 1 Aug. 1706 25 16 10½
ditto for 96 years from 31 July 1710 40,722 5 11
Additional Stamp Duties part of the Fond for the East India Company 41,003 10 11
ditto for 32 years from 2 Aug. 1714 3,924 7
Stamp Duties on Cards and Dice for 32 years from 11 June 1711 10,108 1
Pamphlets and Printed Papers for 32 years from 1 Aug. 1712 8,309 7
Policies of Insurance 1,837 19 8
(total for the Stamp Duties 105, 931l. 9s. 6d.)
Licences to Hawkers and Pedlars for 96 years from 31 July 1710 5,500 0 0
Rates on monies given with Clerks and Apprentices for 5 years from 1 May 1710 3,574 4 0
Rent of Hackney Chairs for 32 years from 24 June 1711 152 0 0
Rent of Hackney Coaches for 21 years from Midsummer 1694 1,774 0 0
Duties on Marriages, Births etc., ended 1 Aug. 1706 8 11 2
the Fourth 4s. Aid anno 1696 0 18 0
the First 3s. Aid anno 1697 0 6 9
the Third Quarterly Poll anno 1698 1 11 0
the Third 3s. Aid anno 1699 77 0 0
Subsidies anno 1703 30 8 4
the Eighth 4s. Aid anno 1705 30 1 0
the Ninth 4s. Aid anno 1706 30 0 0
the Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 100 12
the Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708 1,199 3 7
the Twelfth 4s. Aid anno 1709 5,917 6
the Thirteenth 4s. Aid anno 1710 4,047 1 1
the Fourteenth 4s. Aid anno 1711 38,041 5 11
more on the part of Scotland 1,953 18
the Fifteenth 4s Aid anno 1712 182,788 10
more on the part of Scotland 21,400 0 0
the Third 2s. Aid anno 1713 875,720 5
more on the part of Scotland 7,100 0 0
(total for the Aids, Polls and Subsidies 1,138,438l. 8s. 10½d.)
£1,406,304 5 8
GENERAL ABSTRACT OF REVENUE: UNCLASSIFIED ITEMS.
To Cash for sundry Particulars not distinguished under any of the aforegoing heads: £ s. d.
To Cash surcharged on Lionel Herne, Samuel Edwards and Charles Low for Interest accruing on Exchequer Bills disposed by them (see above p. lxxxv) 4 0 8
To Cash charged for so much of the Revenues arisen in Scotland as Archibald Douglas, the Paymaster of the Civil List there, appears to be accomptable for (see above p. lxxxviii) 27,124 5
To Contributions on the Act for the Lottery of 500,000l. anno 1713 to pay debts due to the Queen's Civil List, whereof 498,900 paid into the Exchequer within the time of this Account 500,000 0 0
To Contributions on the Act for the Lottery of 1,400,000l. anno 1714, whereof 830,000l. paid into the Exchequer within the time of this Account, the rest in future Contributions, Discounts to the Adventurers and other charges (see above p. lxxxii) 1,400,000 0 0
£1,927,128 6
GENERAL ABSTRACT OF REVENUE: SUMMARY.
To Remains in Cash, Michaelmas 1713: £ s. d.
in Tallies undisposed 89,568 5
on the several Revenues, Fonds etc. 906,253 5
995,821 11 0
to Customs etc.:
on the part of England 1,557,300 15 1
on the part of Scotland 7,938 7 0 1,565,239 2 1
to Excise etc.:
on the part of England 2,019,110 5 2
on the part of Scotland 17,227 3 2,036,337 8
to Post Office Revenues 84,902 14 4
to Casual Revenues (including 6s. for the late King's Debts) 232,827 19 2
to Aids and Taxes 1,406,304 5 8
to Unclassified Items 1,927,128 6
(total Revenue, Mich. 1713 to Mich. 1714 7,252,739l. 15s. 11¾d.) £8,248,561 6 11¾
GENERAL ABSTRACT OF EXPENDITURE: NAVY.
By [paid to] Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy, upon account, over and above the services supplied out of South Sea Stock: £ s. d.
for the Ordinary generally; for the year 1714 17,000 0 0
for the Yards under this head; ditto 8,270 0 0
25,270 0 0
for Wages to Seamen generally; for the year 1714 131,647 0 0
ditto: subsistence, offreckonings and clearings to the Marine Regiment under the pay of Walter Whitfield; for the year 1713 73,051 18
204,698 18
for Victualling; Bills of Exchange, Short Allowance and Contingencies; for the year 1714 5,000 0 0
ditto: the Course; for the year 1711 10,400 0 0
ditto; ditto; for the year 1714 44,247 6
59,647 6
for Wear and Tear; Imprest Bills and Contingencies; for the year 1714 5,000 0 0
ditto; the Course; for the year 1713 20,000 0 0
ditto; ditto; for the year 1714 45,000 0 0
ditto; the Yards under this Head; for the year 1714 33,968 0 0
the value of Timber out of the Queen's Forests; for the year 1714 3,108 8 0
107,076 8 0
for Interest to the South Sea Company at the rate of 6 per cent. per an.; to Midsummer 1714; for the year 1713 264,239 15 0
ditto; for the year 1714 139,669 10
403,909 5
in part of 300,000l. towards satisfying debts due for Seamen's Wages and the Marines; for the year 1714 149,730 0 0
to redeem deposits of South Sea Stock; for the year 1714 500,000 0 0
Memorandum.—The monies borrowed on the said deposits were applied: £ s. d.
for account of the Ordinary 39,089 6 3
for account of Wages 112,832 13 2
sick and hurt Seamen 98,000 0 0
the Marines per Sir Roger Mostyn 54,000 0 0
(total for Wages etc. 264,832l. 13s. 2d.)
for account of the Victualling 43,076 9 3
the Course 40,000 0 0
(total for Victualling etc. 83,076l. 9s. 3d.)
for account of Wear and Tear 18,001 11 4
the Course 60,000 0 0
the Yards under this Head 35,000 0 0
(total for Wear and Tear etc. 113,00l. 11s. 4d.)
£500,000 0 0
total for 1711 10,400l. 0s. 0d.; for 1713 357,291l. 13s. 3½d.; and for 1714 1,082,640l. 5s. 0½d.
£1,450,331 18 4
All which particulars were directed to be satisfied out of the Fonds and Revenues following:
for the year 1711: £ s. d.
Loans on the Land Tax pro anno 1711 10,400 0 0
for the year 1713:
Loans on the Land Tax pro anno 1713 19,363 17
Exchequer Bills issued anno 1713 286,180 19
305,544 16
add in Aid as below 51,746 16 7
357,291 13
357,291 13
for the year 1714:
Loans on the Land Tax pro anno 1714 402,223 0 0
Loans on the Malt Duties pro anno1714 209,154 10
Contributions on the Lottery Act eodem anno 468,154 6
1,079,531 17
add in Aid as below 3,108 8 0
1,082,640 5
in Aid:
25l. per ton French Wines Imported;
before 12 June 1714 5,043 2
5s. per ton on French Ships; ditto. 148 13 8
Plantation Duties; ditto. 243 9 3
Prize Duty from the Plantations; ditto. 1,513 19 8
Foreign Sail Cloth; ditto. 462 5 7
Rent of Hackney Coaches; ditto 481 16
Second Quarterly Poll anno 1694; ditto. 4 0 0
Subsidies anno 1697; ditto. 0 3 4
Fifth 4s. Aid anno 1702; ditto 249 8 5
Seventh 4s. Aid anno 1704; ditto. 86 17 0
Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707; ditto 600 0 0
Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708; ditto. 222 3
Twelfth 4s. Aid anno 1709; ditto. 2,903 8 10½
Thirteenth 4s. Aid anno 1710; ditto. 5,348 17
Malt pro anno 1710; ditto. 277 17 11
ditto pro anno 1711; ditto. 2,413 16 10½
Imprest money repaid per Mr. Whitfield 4,576 11
ditto per Sir John Humble 4,800 0 0
ditto per Mr. Micklethwaite 21,170 5
Seizures of uncustomed goods 1,200 0 0
total in Aid for the year 1713 51,746 16 7
Woodsales, being the value of Timber delivered the Navy out of the Queen's Forests; for the year 1714 3,108 8 0
£1,450,331 18 4
GENERAL ABSTRACT OF EXPENDITURE: ORDNANCE.
By [paid] Charles Eversfield, Treasurer and Paymaster of the Office of Ordnance, upon account:
for Land Services generally: £ s. d.
for the year 1713 25,902 5
for the year 1714 20,000 0 0
45,902 5
for Sea Services generally:
for the year 1713 10,000 0 0
for the year 1714 20,000 0 0
30,000 0 0
total for the year 1713 35,902l. 5s. 6½d. and for the year 1714 40,000l. 0s. 0d. 75,902 5
which services were directed to be satisfied out of the following:
for the year 1713:
Exchequer Bills issued anno 1713 35,000 0 0
and in Aid:
25l. per ton [Duty on]French Wines Imported 902 5
35,902 5
for the year 1714:
Contributions on an Act for a Lottery anno 1714 30,802 15
and in Aid:
25l. per ton [Duty on] French Wines Imported; since 12 June 1714 7,616 19 2
Rent of Hackney Coaches; ditto 1,174 0 0
[Duty on] Foreign Sail Cloth; ditto 256 12 5
Plantation Duties; ditto 17 18
Fourth 4s. Aid anno 1696; ditto 0 18 0
Third Quarterly Poll anno 1698; ditto 1 1 0
Third 3s. Aid anno 1699; ditto 77 0 0
5s. per ton on French Ships; ditto 5 0 0
Second 4s. Aid anno 1708; ditto 43 15 10
Twelfth 4s. Aid anno 1709; ditto 4 0 6
40,000 0 0
£75,902 5
GENERAL ABSTRACT OF EXPENDITURE: FORCES.
By [paid] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces, upon account for the following: £ s. d.
for the Forces in Spain and Portugal; for the year 1711 574 16
for the Expedition to Canada; for the year 1711 1,077 14
for the Saxe Gotha Troops; for the year 1713 9,300 12 6
for the charge of the Land Forces for six months to 23 June 1713; for the year 1713 14,771 0 3
for satisfying debts due to the Land Forces and Out-Pensioners; for the year 1714 125,117 17 10
total for the year 1711 1,652l. 11s. 0½d; for the year 1713 24,071l. 12s. 9d.; and for the year 1714 125,117l. 17s. 10d.
£150,842 1
All which particulars were directed to be satisfied out of the following:
for the year 1711: £ s. d.
Contributions to the Two Million Adventure 1711 1,349 2 11½
Contributions to the Lottery for 1,500,000l. anno 1711 303 8 1
1,652 11
for the year 1713:
Exchequer Bills issued pro anno 1713 14,771 0 3
and in Aid:
Surplus Five-Sevenths 9d. per barrel Excise 9,300 12 6
24,071 12 9
for the year 1714:
Contributions to the Lottery for 1,400,000l. anno 1714 65,022 8 8
Loans on the Land Tax pro anno 1714 30,000 0 0
Loans on the Duties on Malt pro anno 1714 30,095 9 2
125,117 17 10
£150,842 1
GENERAL ABSTRACT OF EXPENDITURE: FORCES ABROAD
By [paid] Thomas Moor, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, upon account: £ s. d. £ s. d.
for the Forces in the Low Countries not provided for by Parliament; for the year 1713 16,960 3 5
for the Forces in Flanders and at Dunkirk;
for the year 1713 13,617 16 0
ditto; for the year 1714 99,008 3 0
112,625 19 0
for the Forces at Minorca; for the year 1713 8,093 9 4
ditto; for the year 1714 37,492 3 0
45,585 12 4
for the Forces at Gibraltar; for the year 1713 5,881 4 0
ditto; for the year 1714 25,412 2 4
31,293 6 4
for arrears due to the Officers of the Land Forces and Marines for Half-pay at Xmas 1713; for the year 1714 57,289 5
for Half-pay to such Officers who are allowed it by Special Warrant; for the year 1714 3,452 10 0
for satisfying debts due on account of the Land Forces; for the year 1714 15,555 8 6
for the Half-pay of the Officers of the Land Forces and Marines; for the year 1714 61,686 12 6
total for the year 1713 44,552l. 12s. 9d., and for the year 1714 299,896l. 4s. 4½d.
£344,448 17
All which particulars were directed to be satisfied out of the following:
for the year 1713: £ s. d.
Exchequer Bills issued pro anno 1713 27,592 9 4
and in Aid:
25l. per ton on French Wines Imported before 12 June 1714 16,960 3 5
44,552 12 9
for the year 1914:
Loans on the Land Tax pro anno 1714 190,597 17 4
Loans on the Duties on Malt pro anno 1714 37,645 0 0
Contributions on the Lottery for 1,400,000l. anno 1714 69,653 7
and in Aid:
25l. per ton on French Wines Imported:
before 12 June 1714 2,000 0 0
299,896 4
£344,448 17
GENERAL ABSTRACT OF EXPENDITURE: GUARDS AND GARRISONS.
By [paid] John Howe, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons etc., upon account for the following: £ s. d. £ s. d.
for the Forces in Great Britain, nine Independent Companies, General Officers, Contingencies and Garrisons; for the year 1712 3,180 15
for the Guards and Garrisons etc. for six months to 24 Dec. 1713 78,173 16
for the Out-pensioners of Chelsea Hospital; for the year 1713 32,013 6 7
for the Forces in the Plantations; for the year 1713 5,111 18 6
for the Charge of the Land Forces for six months to 23 June 1713 5,698 15
towards defraying the charge of half-pay to Land Officers to be disbanded, to 25 Dec. 1713 11,350 15
for account of clearings of Gen. Wightman's Regiment for the year 1713 not provided for by Parliament 1,000 0 0
133,348 11 10¾
for the Guards and Garrisons in Great Britain, Jerzey and Guernsey with two Independent Companies in North Britain; year to 25 December 1714 229,760 15
for arrears due to the Officers of the Land Forces and Marines for half pay to Xmas 1713; for the year 1714 2,588 6 6
for one month's pay to 1,236 Invalids and Out-pensioners drafted to do duty; ditto 772 10 0
for Col. Handasyde's and Col. Alexander's Regiments in Jamaica; ditto 10,819 18 8
for the Independent Companies in the Plantations; ditto 8,689 3
252,630 13
£389,160 1
All which particulars were directed to be satisfied out of the following:
for the year 1712: £ s. d.
Contributions to the10l. Lottery 1712 2,658 3
Contributions to the Class Lottery 1712 522 12 4
3,180 15
for the year 1713:
Exchequer Bills issued pro anno 1713 132,348 11 10¾
and in Aid as below 1,000 0 0
133,348 11 10¾
for the year 1714:
Loans on the Land Tax pro anno 1714 170,734 19
Contributions to the Lottery for 1,400,000l. anno 1714 50,128 15 10
and in Aid as below 31,766 18 6
252,630 13
in Aid:
25l. per ton French Wines Imported 12,529 14 3
5s. per ton on French Ships 166 15 0
Duty on Foreign Sail Cloth 699 16 6
Rent of Hackney Coaches 600 0 0
Prize Duty from the Plantations 151 7 11½
Plantation Duty 666 5 10
Small Branches not applicable to the Civil List 10,708 9
Subsidies and other Duties 3 15 0
Third Quarterly Poll anno 1698 0 6 0
First 2s. Aid anno 1697 0 6 9
Eighth 4s. Aid anno 1705 30 1 0
Ninth 4s. Aid anno 1706 30 0 0
Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 100 12
Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708 493 18 6
Twelfth 4s. Aid anno 1709 4,202 9 9
Thirteenth 4s. Aid anno 1710 2,383 0
total for the year 1713 1,000l., for the year 1714 31,766l. 18s. 6d.
£32,766 18 6
£389,160 1
GENERAL ABSTRACT OF EXPENDITURE: TRANSPORT SERVICE.
By [paid] Thomas Micklethwaite, Treasurer for the Transport Service upon account for the following: £ s. d.
for the freight of soldiers from Dunkirk to Great Britain and Ireland and other Transport Services 25,914 8 10
out of Tallies on the Half-Subsidy anno 1708 12,500 0 0
ditto on the Land Tax anno 1711 1,866 19 2
ditto on the Duties on Malt eodem anno 11,547 9 8
£25,914 8 10
GENERAL ABSTRACT OF EXPENDITURE: THE LATE KING'S DEBTS.
By [payment of] arrears to the late King's Family and Servants: £ s. d.
out of Civil List Revenues incurred before 8 March 1701–2:
for debts in the Office of Cofferer by the hands of Thomas Newport, Executor to the Earl of Bradford, late Cofferer, out of Additional Tonnage 100 0 0
for debts in the Office of Treasurer of the Chamber per John Holbech, out of ditto 100 0 0
for debts to the Great Wardrobe per John, Duke of Montague, master of the same; out of Additional Tonnage 140 9 0
for several on their Pensions; out of Additional Tonnage 339l. 18s. (sic) and out of [Sheriffs'] Proffers 2s.0d. 400 0 0
£740 9 0
GENERAL ABSTRACT OF EXPENDITURE: CIVIL LIST IN SCOTLAND.
£ s. d.
By [paid] Archibald Douglas, for so much certified by his Account as Paymaster of the Civil List in Scotland to be paid for Fees etc., conform to the Establishment by Warrant from the Barons of the Exchequer there pursuant to Privy Seal; Michaelmas 1713 to Michaelmas 1714 25,365 5 11¾
more certified to be paid to the Lords of the Justiciary for the charges of their Circuit 1,170 0 0
more for sundry contingent expenses 591 6
£27,126 12
out of the several Duties and Revenues coming to his hands (see page lxxxviii).
GENERAL ABSTRACT OF EXPENDITURE: THE QUEEN'S CIVIL LIST, ENGLAND.
£ s. d.
By paid out of the Revenues for the Queen's Civil List, exclusive of the payments made by Archibald Douglass as above:
at the Exchequer:
to Samuel, Lord Masham, Cofferer of the Household, upon account 144,536 14
to John, Lord de la Warr, Treasurer of the Chamber, ditto 30,789 15
to John Holbech, for the office of Treasurer of the Chamber, ditto 33,564 10
to John, Duke of Montague, Master of the Great Wardrobe 47,935 10
to Nathaniel Bridgwater, for the service of the Robes, ditto 4,000 0 0
to Henry Pigot, for the like service 1,105 14 6
to Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the Works, ditto 74,474 4 10¾
to William Roberts, Paymaster of the Works at Windsor, ditto 10,886 19
to Charles, Duke of Somerset, late Master of the Horse, ditto 1,000 0 0
to Conyers D'Arcy and George Fielding, Commissioners for executing the Office of Master of the Horse, ditto 11,500 0 0
to Foreign Ministers on their Ordinary [expenses] 118,515 6 11¼
to ditto on their Extraordinaries 40,358 6 10
for Fees and Salaries 111,356 14 11¼
for Pensions and Annuities 35,112 0
to Spencer Compton, for Pensions and Charities 71,553 10 0
to Edward Nicholas, for the like 46,083 8 1
to several as of the Queen's Royal Bounty 12,544 18 8
to William Smith for the Band of Pensioners 11,072 0 0
for Secret Services, to the Duke of Queensbury, late Secretary of State 1,260 0 0
ditto; to William, Lord Dartmouth, present ditto 3,794 12
ditto; to Henry, Viscount Bolingbroke, another 3,524 13 0
ditto; to William Bromley, another 1,500 0 0
ditto; to William Lowndes 23,987 0 0
to the Privy Purse, per Abigail, Lady Masham 26,811 4 9
to Jewels, or presents, to Foreign's Ministers 8,258 14 6
to Samuel Smithen, her Majesty's goldsmith, for Plate 8,246 9 11
to Contingencies of diverse natures:
Law Charges 3,100l.; Liberates of the Exchequer 5,656l. 6s. 6d.; surplus to Sheriffs and others on their Accounts 1,716l. 3s. 5¼d.; Riding Charges to messengers 1,052l. 15s.; Printers on their bills 4,045l. 19s. 10d.; sundry incident charges and disbursements 14,423l. 14s. 1¼d.; Rents payable to the Crown 321l. 17s. 6d.; sundry incident charges of the Civil List Lottery 1,300l.; [other items 7,993l. 5s. 9¾d.] (fn. 1) 39,610 2
to the Paymasters of the Civil List Lottery upon account 24,000 0 0
to sundry services relating to Scotland 5,095 10 11½
to Francis Scobell, for the Tin Affair 116,017 14 11½
to Joseph Martyn, Secretary to the Commissioners for treating of Commerce, for incidents 100 0 0
1,068,595 17
at the Excise Office:
to several on pensions (see above p. liv) 9,000 0 0
at the Post Office:
to ditto (see above p. lxv) 22,120 0 0
£1,099,715 17
out of the following:
Additional Tonnage and Poundage 220,376 0 11¼
Hereditary and Temporary Excise 230,300 7
Letter money 43,265 11 11
Small Branches and Casualties (see above p. lxxii) 36,374 4 3
530,316 4
Loans on Credit of the Queen's Tin 86,643 8
Contributions on the Act for raising 500,000l. by a Lottery to pay debts on the Civil List 482,756 4
£1,099,715 17
GENERAL ABSTRACT OF EXPENDITURE: THE KING'S CIVIL LIST.
By paid out of the Revenues of his Majesty's Civil List for debts, incurred since 1 Aug. 1714, the time of his Accession: £ s. d
to the Cofferer, upon account 4,500 0 0
to the Treasurer of the Chamber, upon account 300 0 0
to contingencies: to William Borret for Law Charges 1,100 0 0
£5,900 0 0
out of the following:
Additional Tonnage and Poundage 4,300 0 0
Letter money 1,600 0 0
£5,900 0 0
GENERAL ABSTRACT OF EXPENDITURE: UNCLASSIFIED ITEMS, LOTTERIES, ETC.
£ s. d. £ s. d.
By [paid] Prince Charles of Denmark on his grant of 4,000l. per an. for quitting his pretensions to the Bishopric of Eutin for the good of the Common Cause; out of [the Duty of] 25l. per ton on French Wines Imported 4,204l. 15s. and out of Imprest money repaid per William Herbord 2,102l. 7s. 6d. 6,307 2 6
By [paid] Sir John Humble, bt., Paymaster of the Lottery for 1,500,000l. anno 1710, upon account, out of the Fond for the same 135,898 8 0
more to make good the deficiency of the said Fond; out of [the Duty of] 25l. per ton on French Wines 1,800 0 0
more for the charge of management of the said Lottery; out of ditto 2,400 0 0
144,898 8 0
more to replace the like sum issued out of Civil List Revenues for rewards to the Managers and Directors of the said Lottery 4,800 0 0
By [paid] Barnard Hutchins, late Paymaster of the Lottery for 1,500,000l. anno 1711, upon account; out of the Fond for the said Lottery 70,428 2 0
By [paid] Nehemiah Arnold, Humphrey Brent, Thomas Cornwallis and Christopher Tilson, the persons appointed to pay Principal and Interest due on the said Lottery; out of ditto 81,500 0 0
151,928 2 0
By [paid] Charles Blunt, Paymaster of the Lottery anno 1711, commonly called the Two Million Adventure, upon account; out of the Fond for the same 99,670 0 0
more to make good the deficiency of the Fond at Mich. 1713; out of Lottery money 1714 40,000l.; and out of Exchequer Bills 67l. 4s. 40,067 4 0
139,737 4 0
By [paid] Thomas Jett, Paymaster of the Lottery anno 1712, upon account; out of the Lottery Fond 167,289 16 8
more to Christopher Rhodes, Secretary to the Commissioners for managing the said Lottery; ditto 127 8 10
167,417 5 6
By [paid] John Morley, Paymaster of the Classes Lottery for 1,800,000l. anno 1712 upon account; out of the Lottery Fond 141,165 12 4
more upon account to make good the deficiency of the said Fond; out of Lottery money 1714 40,000 0 0
more to Christopher Rhodes, Secretary to the Commissioners for managing the said Lottery, for incident charges; out of the Lottery Fond 127 8 10
181,293 1 2
By [paid] Christopher Rhodes, Secretary to the Managers of the Lottery for 1,400,000l. anno 1714 for incident charges of the said Lottery; out of the Lottery Fond 1,000 0 0
By [paid] the Bank of England on their perpetuity of 100,000l. per an.; out of the Five-sevenths 9d. Excise 90,000 0 0
more on 106,501l. 13s. 5d. per an., being 6 per cent. redeemable by Parliament on repaying 1,775,027l. 17s. 10½d. in Exchequer Bills delivered up by them and cancelled; out of House money 111,501 13 5
more on 8,000l. per an. for better enabling them to circulate Exchequer Bills; out of Two-third Tonnage 4,000l. and out of Exchequer Bills 1713 4,000l. 8,000 0 0
209,501 13 5
By [paid] the New East India Company on 160,000l. per an.; out of 28d. Salt and Stamp Duties 126,675 8 2
more to make good the deficiency of their Fond at Mich. 1713; out of Lottery Contributions 1714 42,576 6 4
169,251 14 6
By [paid] the South Sea Company on 608,000l. per an.; out of 12d. per bushel [Duty on] Salt 19,400 0 0
By paid out of the Duty ofper cent. in Specie from Barbadoes and the Leeward Islands:
to the Earl of Kinoul on a perpetuity of 1,000l. per an. 3,000 0 0
to the Governors of Plantations on their allowances 4,100 0 0
7,100 0 0
By [paid] Sir Isaac Newton, Master and Worker of the Mint, out of Coinage Duty 8,429 4 10
By [paid] John Montgomery, Master and Worker of the Mint at Edinburgh; out of ditto 600 0 0
9,029 4 10
By [paid] Edward Barker, Treasurer of the Queen's Bounty to augment poor Livings, without account other than what he is to render to the Governors of the said Bounty; out of First Fruits and Tenths 4,000 0 0
By [paid] the Treasurer of the Royal Hospital, Greenwich, upon account for the said Hospital; out of Prize Money 7,200 0 0
By [paid] the Commissioners for taking etc. the Public Accounts, for salaries and incidents; out of Exchequer Bills issued anno 1713 4,500 0 0
By [paid] the same as Commissioners for stating the Debts of the Army; out of ditto 4,500 0 0
By Lionel Herne, Samuel Edwards and Charles Low, the persons appointed to pay Interest on Exchequer Bills; out of like Bills [for salaries and incidents] 721 1 11
By Charles, Lord Halifax, Auditor of the Receipt of the Exchequer, for his charges and pains in making and issuing Exchequer Bills; out of Two-thirds Tonnage 650 0 0
By Samuel Edwyn, Usher of the said Receipt, for necessaries respecting these Bills; out of the Half Subsidy 528 14
By Henry Smith, Treasurer to the Commissioners for building fifty new Churches, without account other than what he is to render to the said Commissioners; out of Loans on the Duties on Coals 15,000 0 0
GENERAL ABSTRACT OF EXPENDITURE: ANNUITIES.
By paid on Annuities purchased at the Exchequer, and for rewards to Officers and incidents in paying and accompting for the same:
on Annuities purchased anno 1693 at 14l. per cent.; out of 9d. Excise for 99 years 128,026 1 2
more on Annuities with the advantage of survivorship; out of ditto 7,560 2
for rewards and incidents; out of ditto:
to the Officers of the Exchequer 1,200l. and to the Usher of the Receipt for necessaries 1,008l. 12s. 7¾d. 2,208 12
137,794 16
on Annuities purchased anno 1694 for one, two and three lives; out of Two-sevenths 9d. Excise in the Bank Act 35,057 12 4
for rewards to Officers; to the Auditor of Receipt; out of ditto 150 0 0
35,207 12 4
on Annuities purchased anno 1704 and 1705;charged on the 3,700l. per week Excise:
for one life 15,293 15 0
for two lives 7,703 15 0
for three lives 2,133 8 4
for ninety-nine years 125,326 3
150,457 1
for rewards to Officers of the Exchequer 1,430 0 0
on Annuities for 184,242l. 14s. 0d. per an. redeemable by Parliament 40,031 15
191,918 16 11¼
on Annuities for 184,242l. 14s. 0d. per an. purchased for 99 years anno 1706; out of the General Fond for paying the same 184,553 4 0
for rewards to Officers and incidents; to the Officers of the Exchequer 1,470l. and to the Usher of the Receipt for necessaries 647l. 1s. 8½d. 2,117 1
186,670 5
on Annuities for 72,187l. 10s. 0d. per an. purchased for 99 years anno 1707; out of the General Fond for paying the same 73,561 12 6
for rewards to Officers and incidents; out of ditto; to the Officers of the Exchequer 375l. 12s. 2d. and to the Usher of the Receipt for necessaries 74l. 5s. 6½d. 449 17
74,011 10
on Annuities for 40,000l. per an. purchased for 99 years anno 1708; out of the Fond for paying the same and other Revenues in Aid (see above, p. xciii) 40,527 12 6
for rewards to Officers and incidents; to the Officers of the Exchequer 1,300l. 16s. 1¾d. and to the Usher of the Receipt for necessaries 440l. 17s. 7½d. 1,741 13
42,269 6
on Annuities for 80,000l. per an. purchased for 99 years anno 1708; out of the Fond for paying the same 81,456 0 0
for rewards to Officers and incidents; out of ditto; to the Officers of the Exchequer 624l. 7s. 10½d., and to the Usher of the Receipt for necessaries 427l. 10s. 6½d. 1,051 18 5
82,507 18 5
on Annuities for 81,000l. per an. purchased for 32 years anno 1710; out of the Fond for paying the same 81,719 1 3
to the Usher of the Receipt for necessaries; out of ditto 25 19 3
81,745 0 6
£832,125 6 5
GENERAL ABSTRACT OF EXPENDITURE: INTEREST ON LOANS.
£ s. d. £ s. d.
By [payment of] Interest on Loans on the Publique Register and otherwise issued at the Exchequer, Michaelmas 1713 to Michaelams 1714:
Coals 1695, transferred to Leather 1696;out of the General Fond for deficiencies: 796 17 10
Old Exchequer Bills issued 1697; out of ditto 6 17
several Subsidies and Impositions continued anno 1707 called the Third General Mortgage; out of the General Fond for this Register 37 0 2
the same Subsidies and Impositions continued anno 1708, called the Fourth General Mortgage; out of the Fond for this Register, 26,935l. 17s. 5d.; and out of [the Duty on] French Prize Wines 15l. 11s. 6d. 26,951 8 11
the same Subsidies and Impositions continued anno 1709 and called the Fifth General Mortgage; out of the Fond for this Register 139,637 3 9
out of the Duty on Malt anno 1709 814 8 1
out of Hackney Coaches arrears 171 15
out of the Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 677 10 10¼
141,300 18 5
Low Wines and the Additional Duties on Coffee, Tea etc., anno 1705 9,148 18 8
Two-thirds Tonnage and Poundage granted eodem anno:
out of ditto. 774 4 6
out of Loans on the Land Tax anno 1714 2,819 18 2
out of Loans on Malt pro anno 1714 1,534 2 2
out of Lottery Money 1714 323 11 11
5,451 16 9
the Duties on Malt, Mum etc. for the year 1709; out of Malt 1711 being transferred thereto 651 5 8
the like Duties for the year 1710; out of Malt 1712 being transferred thereto 164 2 1
the like Duties for the year 1712; out of ditto 2,600 18 10
sundry Impositions continued anno 1710 called the Sixth General Mortgage; out of 12d. per bushel Salt 18,393 0 0
the Fourth 4s. Aid anno 1696; out of ditto Salt 10 13 4
18,403 13 4
Duty on Candles and Rates on Monies given with Clerks and Apprentices anno 1710 25,917 13 7
Duty on Hops granted anno 1711 4,952 14 0
Duties on Malt 1713 etc.; out of Malt 1713 12,916 2 3
Duty on Malt 1711; out of Malt 1713being transferred thereto 25,038 5 3
37,954 7 6
Produce of the Queen's Tin 12,377 6 5
Fifteenth 4s. Aid for the year 1712. 20,598 11 8
Twelfth 4s. Aid for the year 1709, out of the Fifteenth 4s. Aid being transferred thereto 6 14 9
20,605 6 5
Third 2s. Aid for the year 1713 40,370 16 1
Thirteenth 4s. Aid for the year 1710, out of the Third 2s. Aid being transferred thereto 2,728 6 10
43,099 2 11
Loans on Coals for building 50 new Churches 1,455 18 1
Fourteenth 4s. Aid for the year 1711 2,323 10 9
By [paid] the Bank of England on the allowance of 3l. per cent. per an. for circulating Exchequer Bills on the Act of Parliament anno 1709; out of like Bills 45,300l. 0s. 0d., out of the Two-third Subsidy 39,075l. 11s. 4½d., and out of the Half Subsidy 44,451l. 17s. 6¼d. 128,827 8 10¾
By [payment of] Interest at 2d. per cent. per diem on all Exchequer Bills received at the Exchequer and reissued thence in this year paid by Lionel Herne, Samuel Edwards and Charles Low 63,760l. 3s. 5d., and by Samuel Edwards, Charles Low and Walter Brown 28,512l. 14s. 6¾d. 92,272 17 11¾
£575,300 4 9
GENERAL SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE: REMAINS AND BALANCE.
£ s. d.
By the Remains in Cash at Michaelmas 1714 as detailed below (pp. cxviii–cxx) 1,694,914 1 5
Balance of the Loan Account (see p. cxvii below), the monies repaid exceeding the monies borrowed by 332,175 10 10¼
[GENERAL ABSTRACT: SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE.
£ s. d. £ s. d.
By paid Charles Caesar, Treasurer of the Navy 1,450,331 18 4
By paid Charles Eversfield, Treasurer etc. of the Ordnance 75,902 5
By paid James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces 150,842 1
By paid Thomas Moor, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad 344,448 17
By paid John Howe, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons 389,160 1
By paid Thomas Micklethwaite, Treasurer for the Transport Service 25,914 8 10
2,436,599 12 10¾
By payment of arrears to the late King's servants 740 9 0
By paid Archibald Douglas, Paymaster of the Civil List in Scotland 27,126 12
By paid for the late Queen's Civil List 1,099,715 17
By paid for the present King's Civil List 5,900 0 0
1,133,482 18 3
By paid for unclassified items and to the Paymasters and Managers of the several Lotteries etc.:
to Prince Charles of Denmark on his grant 6,307 2 6
to the Paymasters etc. of the several Lotteries and to the Bank of England 995,775 14 1
for other unclassified services 241,880 15
1,243,963 12
By payments on Annuities 832,125 6 5
By Interest on Loans 575,300 4 9
6,221,471 14
By Remains in Cash, Michaelmas 1714 1,694,914 1 5
7,916,385 16
Balance on Loan Account being the excess of monies repaid over monies borrowed 332,175 10 10¼
£8,248,561 6 11¾]
GENERAL ABSTRACT: LOAN ACCOUNT.
An Account showing the monies borrowed by way of Loan on the Publique Funds and Revenues with Exchequer Bills issued Michaelmas 1713 to 1714, and the Principal Money repaid in the same time.
Charge. £ s. d.
The Queen is Debtor:
to Loans made at the Exchequer on the following Fonds and Revenues:
on credit of the produce of the Queen's Tin 86,643 8
on the Third 2s. Aid pro anno 1713, in money 19,363 17
on the Fourth 2s. Aid pro anno 1714, in money 843,672 13
on the Duties on Malt pro anno 1714, in money 301,494 19
on the Duties on Coals for building 50 new Churches 19,984 5 6
£ s. d.
to Exchequer Bills on the Act 1709 [8 Anne, c. 1. s. 124] issued at the Exchequer within the time of this Account and to be circulated by the Bank 73,300 0 0
to like Bills on another Act 1713 [12 Anne, c. 11] issued at the Exchequer within the time of this Account 504,960 5 0
578,260 5 0
1,849,419 9
The Balance being the difference between the sum total of the monies borrowed by way of Loan and in Exchequer Bills, and the sum total of the Principal monies repaid on the Publique Registers as per contra, the sums paid exceeding the monies borrowed by 332,175 10 10¼
£2,181,594 19 10¾
Discharge. £ s. d.
The Queen is Creditor:
By Principal repaid:
on Coals 1695 transferred to Leather 1696; out of the General Fond for Deficiencies 373 19 6
ditto; out of Marriage Arrears 626 0 6
1,000 0 0
on Exchequer Bills 1697; out of the General Fond for Deficiencies 10 0 0
on the Third General Mortgage anno 1707; out of the Fond for this Register 300 0 0
on the Fourth General Mortgage anno 1708; out of the Fond for this Register 369,733 17
ditto; out of 25l. per ton French Prize Wines 401 5 8
370,135 3
on the Duties on Low Wines etc. continued by an Act 6 Anne [c. 2] to 24 June 1714 in further part of 700,000l.; out of the said Duties 80,727 12 1
on the Duties on Malt pro anno 1709;out of Malt 1711 being transferred thereto 4,000 0 0
on the Duties on Malt pro anno 1710;out of Malt 1712 being transferred thereto 3,058 0
on the Fifth General Mortgage anno 1709; out of the Fond for this Register 3,730 0 0
on the Duties on Malt pro anno 1711;out of Malt 1713, being transferred thereto 197,081 9 8
on the Duties on Malt pro anno 1712;out of Malt 1712 24,200 0 0
on the Duties on Malt pro anno 1713;out of Malt 1713 185,529 10 0
on the Fourth 4s. Aid 1696; out of 12d. per bushel Salt 500 0 0
on the Duties on Candles, and rates on monies given with Clerks and Apprencies pro anno 1710 33,100 0 0
on the Duties on Hops pro anno 1711 28,000 0 0
on the Produce of the Queen's Tin 121,958 16
on the Fourteenth 4s. Aid pro anno 1711 49,284 5 10
on the Twelfth 4s. Aid pro anno 1709;out of the Fifteenth 4s. Aid pro anno 1712, being transferred thereto 100 0 0
on the Fifteenth 4s. Aid pro anno 1712 199,411 0 0
199,511 0 0
on the Thirteenth 4s. Aid pro anno 1710; out of the Third 2s. Aid pro anno 1713, being transferred thereto 45,395 7 4
on the Third 2s. Aid pro anno 1713 761,346 17 5
806,742 4 9
on the Two Third Subsidy anno 1705 67 19
ditto; out of Loans on the Land Tax pro anno 1714 45,426 17 0
ditto; out of Loans on Malt pro anno 1714 21,300 0 0
ditto; out of Lottery money pro anno 1714 5,932 0
72,726 17 0
£2,181,594 19 10¾
GENERAL ABSTRACT: REMAINS.
The particular Remains in Cash at Michaelmas 1714: £ s. d.
Tallies undisposed of in the hands of particular Paymasters (see above, p. xci) 53,253 16
New Customs on the Grant to 1 Aug. 1710 2,743 19
Tobacco on the Grant to 1 Aug. 1712 3,128 6 2
Continued Impositions on the Grant from 1 Aug. 1712 13,511 7
Half subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage on the same Grant 34,388 0
ditto on the Grant from 31 July 1714 15,610 1 2
Duty on Coffee, Tea etc. on the Grant to 24 June 1714 7,286 12
ditto on the Grant from 24 June 1714 4,967 2 11
5s. per ton on French Shipping granted 12 Car. II 4 0 0
Additional Tonnage and Poundage for the King's Civil List 14,179 6 8
ditto for the late Queen's debts 31,192 11
ditto for the late King's debts 536 16
Arrears of the Duties on Coffee etc. for the Transport Debt 22 12 1
Plantation Duties granted 25 Car. II, before 12 June 1714 179 18 8
Arrears of the Duties on Coal, Culm etc. anno 1698 47 10
Arrears of ditto, 1703 1,685 15 10½
25l. per ton French Wines imported, before 12 June 1714 277 16 0
ditto, since 24 June 1714 3,742 11 5
Duty on Foreign Sail Cloth, before 12 June 1714 241 5 4
ditto, since 12 June 1714 139 10 11
Fond for the Lottery of 1,500,000l. anno 1711 84,409 8
Fond for Annuities anno 1710 41,158 14
Fond for the Lottery of 1,500,000l. anno 1710 3,245 17
Two-third Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage from 8 March 1711–12 for ever 4,132 8 0
Hereditary and Temporary Excise for the King's Civil List 7,266 18 2
ditto for the Queen's Debts 23,306 10
3,700l. per week Excise for Annuities 84,779 17
9d. per barrel Excise for the Bank and Annuities 40,964 7
9d. per barrel Excise for Annuities and Survivorship 78,331 0
One-third Double Excise 30 19
Duties on Malt pro anno 1704 218 16 7
ditto pro anno 1710 168 19 10
ditto pro anno 1711 348 14 4
ditto pro anno 1712 8,275 17
ditto pro anno 1713 8,570 7
12d. per bushel on Salt 10,402 3
28d. per bushel on Salt and Additional Stamp Duties for the East India Company 12,648 14
Stamp Duties, on the Grant to 1 Aug. 1706 136 3 7
Duty on Candles and rates on Monies given with Clerks and Apprentices 1,671 17
Duties on Hops for Loans anno 1711 2,295 2 0
Fond for the Lottery called the Two Million Adventure anno 1711 46,865 19 1
Letter Money for the King's Civil List 3,233 13 9
ditto for the late Queen's debts 3,185 18 0
[Duty on] 4½ per cent. [from Barbadoes etc.] 837 8
Additional Tonnage and Poundage Arrears 531 18
Arrears of the Duties on Marriages, Births etc. 8 11 2
Fond for the 10l. Lottery of 1,800,000l. anno 1712 65,273 6
Fond for the Class Lottery of 1,800,000l. anno 1712 40,568 12
Duties on Houses for Windows from 31 July 1710 for ever 1,022 1
Tenths of the Clergy 1,908 18 4
Seizures [of Uncustomed etc. Goods] for the late Queen's debts 2,019 4
[Sheriffs'] Proffers for ditto 404 12 9
ditto for the late King's debts 0 4 0
Fine of a lease for the late Queen's debts 217 0 0
Sale of Tin 10,284 2 11
Brewers' forfeitures 292 14 11
money levied on Mr. Mason 1,319 15 3
money paid per South Sea Company in consideration of the Assiento Contract 2 0 0
Prize Money [unclaimed by Captors] 70 13
Imprest money repaid per Thomas Kennedy 0 6 0
ditto per the Executors of William Harbord 422 18 4
rent of the Savoy Hospital 3,440 8 5
Third Quarterly Poll anno 1698 0 4 0
Subsidies anno 1703 26 13 4
Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708 511 11
Twelfth 4s. Aid anno 1709 1,578 15 10
Thirteenth 4s. Aid anno 1710 4,544 16
Fourteenth 4s. Aid anno 1711, before 12 June 1714 5,411 7 1
ditto, since 12 June 1714 937 5
Fifteenth 4s. Aid anno 1712, before 12 June 1714 236 0 0
ditto, since 12 June 1714 7,205 15
Third 2s. Aid anno 1713 32,978 17
Fourth 2s. Aid anno 1714 1,870 1 10
Loans on the Duties on Malt pro anno 1714 1,765 17 10
Fond for the Lottery for 1,400,000l. anno 1714 3,305 4
Contributions to the said Lottery 587,406 7
Duties on Malt etc. anno 1714 100 8 5
Contributions for Annuities anno 1710 25 0 0
in the hands of Samuel Edwards, Charles Low and Walter Brown for interest on Exchequer Bills 4,071 1
Contributions to the 10l. Lottery 1712 1,091 12 3
Contributions to the Class Lottery 1,763 6 6
Loans on Coals for building 50 new Churches 8,146 6 5
Contributions to the Civil List Lottery 17,243 15
in the hands of Archibald Douglas, Paymaster of the Civil List in Scotland 579 16
of the Fond for paying Annuities purchased anno 1706 146,213 6
ditto purchased anno 1707 29,168 19 1
of the Fond for paying 40,000l. in Annuities purchased anno 1708 2,140 17 3
of the Fond for paying 80,000l. in Annuities purchased anno 1708 55,178 6
total excluding tallies, 1,641,660l. 4s. 5½d. £1,694,914 1 5
GENERAL ABSTRACT: UNAPPROPRIATED REVENUES.
Extract of so much of the aforegoing Account as realtes to the Income of sundry Arrears of Taxes and other Fonds and Revenues unappropriated, Michaelmas 1713 to 12 June 1714 as also an Account of the Income thereof between that time and Michaelmas 1714, the Income of the said Taxes and other Monies being appropriated after 12 June 1714 to the service of the year 1714.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer at Michaelmas 1713:
5s. per ton on French shipping 95 0 0
25l. per cent on French goods 57 10 0
Plantation Duties 82 8 1
25l. per ton on French Wines imported 22,753 5 8
Foreign Sailcloth 296 0 0
Prize Duty from the Plantations 1,513 19 8
One-Third Double Excise 30 19
Hackney Coaches arrears 653 11 11¼
Brewers' forfeitures 78 14 7
Salvage money 1,800 0 0
Prize money 7,270 13
Second Quarterly Poll 4 0 0
Subsidies and other Duties 1697 0 3 4
the Fifth 4s. Aid 249 8 5
the Seventh 4s. Aid 86 17 0
Imprest money repaid per Sir John Humble 1,447 5 0
36,419 16
to monies answered at the Exchequer for arrears of taxes and other Revenues, Michaelmas 1713 to Michaelmas 1714: £ s. d.
Plantation duties; to 12 June 1714 1,007 5 8
ditto; since 12 June 1714 17 18
5s. per ton on French ships; to 12 June 1714 220 8 8
ditto; since 12 June 1714 9 0 0
25l. per ton French Prize Wines; to 12 June 1714 416 17 2
25l. per ton French Wines imported; to 12 June 1714 28,164 11 2
ditto; since 12 June 1714 11,359 10 7
[Duty on] Foreign Sailcloth; to 12 June 1714 1,107 7 5
ditto; since 12 June 1714 396 3 4
Prize Duty from the Plantations; to 12 June 1714 151 7 11½
Surplus 9d. Excise; ditto 467 18 3
Surplus Five-sevenths 9d. Excise; ditto 11,232 14 3
[Duty on] Malt pro anno 1704; ditto 218 16 7
ditto pro anno 1709; ditto 814 8 1
ditto pro anno 1710; ditto 491 17 9
ditto pro anno 1711; ditto 2,762 11
ditto pro anno 1712; ditto 1,275 17
Hackney Coaches arrears; to 12 June 1714 600 0 0
ditto; since 12 June 1714 1,174 0 0
Paper arrears; to 12 June 1714 136 3 7
Imprest money repaid per Thomas Micklethwaite; ditto 30,000 0 0
ditto per Executors of Walter Whitfield, late Paymaster of Marines; ditto 4,576 11
ditto per Thomas Kennedy; ditto 0 6 0
ditto per Executors of William Harbord; ditto 2,525 5 10
ditto per Sir John Humble; ditto 5,063 7 11½
Brewers' forfeitures; since 12 June 1714 292 14 11
First 2s. Aid; to 12 June 1714 0 6 9
Fourth 4s. Aid anno 1696; since 12 June 1714 0 18 0
Third Quarterly Poll 1698; to 12 June 1714 0 10 0
ditto; since 12 June 1714 1 1 0
Subsidies and other Duties; to 12 June 1714 3 15 0
Subsidies anno 1703; ditto 26 13 4
Eighth 4s. Aid 1705; ditto 30 1 0
Ninth 4s. Aid 1706; ditto 30 0 0
Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707; ditto 1,378 3
Eleventh 4s. Aid anno 1708; to 12 June 1714 1,227 13 3
ditto; since 12 June 1714 43 15 10
Third 3s. Aid, anno 1699; ditto 77 0 0
Twelfth 4s. Aid anno 1709; to 12 June 1714 8,684 14
ditto; since 12 June 1714 4 0 6
Thirteenth 4s. Aid anno 1710 to 12 June 1714 7,739 17 7
ditto; since 12 June 1714 896 16
Fourteenth 4s. Aid anno 1711; to 12 June 1714 2,637 12 9
ditto; since 12 June 1714 937 5
Coffee arrears; to 12 June 1714 22 12 1
Coals 1698; ditto 47 10
Coals 1703; ditto 1,685 15 10½
money levied on Mr. Mason, late Treasurer of Transports; to 12 June 1714 590 9 0
ditto, since 12 June 1714 729 6 3
131,279 0
total to 12 June 1714 115,339l. 10s. 8¾d., since 12 June 1714 15,939 l. 10s. 0½d. £167,698 17
Discharge or Creditor.
Payments out of money before 12 June 1714:
for the Navy per Charles Cæsar to aid the quota for Wear and Tear anno 1713;out of the following:
Hackney Coaches Arrears 481 16
5s. per ton on French Ships 148 13 8
Plantation Duties 243 9 3
Prize Duties from Plantations 1,513 19 8
Foreign Sailcloth 462 5 7
Subsidies and other Duties 0 3 4
Second Quarterly Poll 4 0 0
Fifth 4s. Aid 249 8 5
Seventh 4s. Aid 86 17 0
Tenth 4s. Aid 600 0 0
Eleventh 4s. Aid 222 3
Twelfth 4s. Aid 2,903 8 10½
Thirteenth 4s. Aid 5,348 17
[Duty on] Malt 1710 277 17 11
ditto 1711 2,413 16 10½
25l. per ton on French Wines imported 3,719 14
18,676 12 0
the same for Wages anno 1713; out of the following:
Mr. Whitfield's Executors' Imprest 4,576 11
Sir John Humble's Imprest 4,800 0 0
French Wines imported 1,323 8 0
10,699 19
James Bridges, for the pay of the Sax Gotha Troops anno 1713; out of surplus Five-sevenths Excise 9,300 12 6
Thomas Moor, for Forces in the Low Countries; out of French Wines imported 16,960 3 5
the same for Half pay to Officers ordered for North Britain; out of ditto 2,000 0 0
18,960 3 5
John How, for account of Guards and Garrisons; out of the following:
French Wines imported 5,165 11
5s. per ton French Ships 87 0 0
Foreign Sailcloth 399 8 8
Subsidies and other Duties 3 15 0
Salvage money 1,800 0 0
Brewers' forfeitures 78 14 7
Mr. Micklethwaite's Imprest 8,829 14
Thirteenth 4s. Aid 1,333 12
17,697 16 10¼
the same for the Forces in Great Britain anno 1714; out of the following:
Plantation Duties 666 5 10
French Wines imported 7,364 2 11¾
Foreign Sailcloth 300 7 10
Hackney Coaches arrears 600 0 0
Prize Duty from the Plantations 151 7 11½
Third Quarterly Poll 0 6 0
First 2s. Aid 0 6 9
Eighth 4s. Aid 30 1 0
Ninth 4s. Aid 30 0 0
Tenth 4s. Aid 100 12
Eleventh 4s. Aid 493 18 6
Twelfth 4s. Aid 4,202 9 9
Thirteenth 4s. Aid 1,049 7 7
5s. per ton on French Ships 79 15 0
15,069 1
to aid the Fond for the Fourth General Mortgage anno 1708:
for Principal; out of French Wines imported 401 5 8
for Interest; out of ditto 15 11 6
416 17 2
to aid the Fond for the Fifth General Mortgage anno 1709:
for Interest; out of Malt 1709 814 8 1
ditto; out of the Tenth 4s. Aid 677 10 10¼
ditto; out of Hackney Coaches arrears 171 15
1,663 14 8
to aid the deficiency of the Fond for the Lottery anno 1710; out of French Wines imported 9,000 0 0
to aid the deficiency of the Fond for Annuities anno 1706; out of Sir John Humble's imprest 1,710 12 11½
to aid the Fond for paying 40,000l. per an. in Annuities anno 1708; out of Malt 1710 45 0 0
out of [the Duty of] 25l. per cent. on French goods 57 10 0
102 10 0
to Prince Charles of Denmark on 4,000l. per an. in lieu of his pretensions to the Bishoprick of Eutin; out of Mr. Harbord's imprest 2,102 7 6
ditto: out of French Wines imported 4,204 15 0
6,307 2 6
to Interest to the South Sea Company; out of Mr. Micklethwaite's Imprest 21,170 5
to the Treasurer of Greenwich Hospital upon account; out of Prize Money 7,200 0 0
to Charles Eversfield upon account for Ordnance Land Service anno 1713; out of French Wines imported 902 5
Payments out of Monies since 12 June 1714: to Charles Eversfield for Ordnance Land Services anno 1714; out of the following:
Hackney Coach arrears 1,174 0 0
5s. per ton French Ships 5 0 0
Foreign Sailcloth 256 12 5
Plantation Duties 17 18
French Wines imported 7,616 19 2
Third 3s. Aid 77 0 0
Fourth 4s. Aid 0 18 0
Third Quarterly Poll 1 1 0
Second 4s. Aid 43 15 10
Twelfth 4s. Aid 4 0 6
9,197 4 11½
148,074 18
By Cash remaining in the Exchequer at Michaelmas 1714:
money before 12 June 1714 12,881 13 5
money since that date 6,742 5 1
19,623 18 6
(see particulars of the Remains above, p. cxviii) £167,698 17
GENERAL ABSTRACT: CIVIL LIST MONIES.
Extract of so much of the aforegoing Account as relates to the nett money arisen for the Civil List, Michaelmas 1713 to Michaelmas 1714.
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer at Michaelmas, 1713:
Additional Tonnage and Poundage 6,202 18 11
Hereditary and Temporary Excise 6,007 14
Letter money 2,782 9 4
Seizures of uncustomed and prohibited goods 1,156 19
16,150 2
to Cash for the Nett Produce of those Revenues Michaelmas 1713 to Michaelmas 1714:
Additional Tonnage and Poundage 244,415 13 1
ditto: on the part of Scotland 950 0 0
Hereditary and Temporary Excise 247,599 3 9
Letter money 43,669 0 7
First Fruits and Tenths of the Clergy, so far as those Revenues are charged at the Exchequer with pensions payable by the Crown 8,687 10 0
Fines on alienations 1,800 0 0
Revenue of Wine Licences 2,500 0 0
Sheriffs' Proffers 1,245 7 0
Compositions in the Exchequer 5 0 0
Seizures of uncustomed and prohibited goods 19,921 17
Land Revenue 1,445 6 10½
Rents on Lands 152 7 10
Value of timber delivered the Navy anno 1714 3,108 8 0
Rent on Grants 36 13 4
Fines of Leases 451 15 0
Revenue of the Duchy of Cornwall 2,000 0 0
Woodsales 785 0 0
Profits of the Hanaper 27 4 7
578,800 7 5
total England 577,850l. 7s. 5d., Scotland 950l.)
to Loans made on credit of the Queen's tin in the same time 86,643 8
to so much as was paid into the Receipt of the Exchequer of the 500,000l. raised by a Lottery anno 1713 for paying the Queen's debts 498,900 0 0
£1,180,493 17
Discharge or Creditor.
By payments for account of the Civil List over and above what [was] paid by Archibald Douglas for the Civil List of Scotland (see page lxxxviii), Michaelmas 1713 to Michaelmas 1714:
at the Exchequer:
to the Cofferer of the Household upon account 144,536 14
to the Treasurer of the Chamber upon account 30,789 15
to John Holbech for the same Office upon account 33,564 10
to the Master of the Great Wardrobe, upon account 47,935 10
to Nathaniel Bridgewater for the service of the Robes 4,000 0 0
to Henry Piggot, for the like 1,105 14 6
to the Paymaster of the Works upon account 74,474 4 10¾
to the Paymaster of the Works at Windsor upon account 10,886 19
to the Master of the Horse for the Stables upon account 1,000 0 0
to the Commissioners for executing the Office of Master of the Horse, for ditto upon account 11,500 0 0
to Foreign Ministers on their Ordinary [expenses] 118,515 6 11¼
ditto on their Extraordinary [expenses] 40,358 6 10
for Fees and Salaries 111,356 14 11¼
for Pensions and Annuities 35,112 0
to Spencer Compton, for Pensions, Bounties, etc. 71,553 10 0
to Edward Nicholas, for ditto 46,083 8 1
for Bounties 12,544 18 8
to the Band of Pensioners 11,072 0 0
to the Duke of Queensbury, Secretary of State, for Secret Service 1,260 0 0
to Lord Dartmouth, another, for the like 3,794 12
to Lord Bolinbroke, another, for the like 3,524 13 0
to William Bromley, another, for the like 1,500 0 0
to William Lowndes, another (sic), for the like 23,987 0 0
for the Privy Purse per Lady Masham 26,811 4 9
for the Jewels and presents to Foreign Ministers 8,258 14 6
to the Queen's Goldsmith, for Plate 8,246 9 11
to Contingencies:
Law Charges 3,100 0 0
Liberates of the Exchequer 5,656 6 6
surplus to Sheriffs and others on their accounts 1,716 3
Riding Charges to Messengers 1,052 15 0
to Printers on their Bills 4,045 19 10
for sundry incident charges and disbursements 14,423 14
for Rents payable by the Crown 321 17 6
for sundry incident charges attending the management of the Civil List Lottery 1,300 0 0
for incidents to the Commissioners for treating of Commerce 100 0 0
[other items 7,993 5 9¾] (fn. 1)
(total for Contingencies 39,710l. 2s. 2¼d.)
to sundry services relating to Scotland 5,095 10 11½
to Francis Scobell for the Tin Affair 116,017 14 11½
1,044,595 17
at the Excise Office:
to several on Pensions (see above, p. liv) 9,000 0 0
at the Post Office:
to several on Pensions (see above, p. lxv) 22,120 0 0
for the Public Service:
to the Paymaster of the Civil List Lottery on 35,000l. per an 24,000 0 0
to the Navy for Wages anno 1713;out of Seizures 1,200 0 0
to ditto for Wear and Tear anno 1714, out of Wood Sales 3,108 8 0
4,308 8 0
£1,104,024 5
By Cash remaining in the Exchequer, Michaelmas 1714:
Additional Tonnage and Poundage 31,192 11
Hereditary and Temporary Excise 23,306 10
Letter money 3,185 18 0
Seizures 2,019 4
Proffers 404 12 9
Fine of a Lease 217 0 0
Civil List Lottery money, part of the 500,000l 16,143 15
76,469 12 7
£1,180,493 17
GENERAL ABSTRACT: CIVIL LIST FROM 1 AUGUST 1714.
Extract of so much of the aforegoing Account as relates to the nett money arisen for the Civil List between 1 Aug. 1714 and Michaelmas following:
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash for the nett produce of these Revenues, 1 Aug. 1714 to Michaelmas 1714:
Additional Tonnage and Poundage 18,479 6 8
Hereditary and Temporary Excise 7,266 18 2
Letter money 4,600 0 0
£30,346 4 10
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d.
By payments for the King's Civil List 1 Aug. 1714 to Michaelmas 1714:
to the Cofferer of the Household, upon account 4,500 0 0
to the Treasurer of the Chamber, upon account 300 0 0
to Contingencies of diverse natures 1,100 0 0
5,900 0 0
By Cash remaining in the Exchequer Michaelmas 1714:
Additional Tonnage and Poundage 14,179 6 8
Hereditary and Temporary Excise (including 5,150l. for the Civil List Lottery) 7,266 18 2
Letter money 3,000 0 0
24,446 4 10
£30,346 4 10
Proffers 404 12 9
Fine of a Lease 217 0 0
Civil List Lottery money, part of the 500,000l. 16,143 15
76,469 12 7
£1,180,493 17
GENERAL ABSTRACT: CIVIL LIST FROM 1 AUGUST 1714.
Extract of so much of the aforegoing Account as relates to the nett money arisen for the Civil List between 1 Aug. 1714 and Michaelmas following:
Charge or Debtor. £ s. d.
To Cash for the nett produce of these Revenues, 1 Aug. 1714 to Michaelmas 1714:
Additional Tonnage and Poundage 18,479 6 8
Hereditary and Temporary Excise 7,266 18 2
Letter money 4,600 0 0
£30,346 4 10
Discharge or Creditor. £ s. d.
By payments for the King's Civil List 1 Aug. 1714 to Michaelmas 1714:
to the Cofferer of the Household, upon account 4,500 0 0
to the Treasurer of the Chamber, upon account 300 0 0
to Contingencies of diverse natures 1,100 0 0
5,900 0 0
By Cash remaining in the Exchequer Michaelmas 1714:
Additional Tonnage and Poundage 14,179 6 8
Hereditary and Temporary Excise (including 5,150l. for the Civil List Lottery) 7,266 18 2
Letter money 3,000 0 0
24,446 4 10
£30,346 4 10

Footnotes

1 See note on page cx.
2 This figure is required to bring up the total to that given.