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'Declared Accounts: Army', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 28: 1714 (1955), pp. CXXIX-CLXIX. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=86104 Date accessed: 27 November 2014.


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DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY: GUARDS AND GARRISONS.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 101 [E351/101]
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 59, ROLL 64 [A.O.1/59/64].
John Howe, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons and Land Forces in Great Britain and in the Foreign Plantations.
25 December 1713 to 24 October 1714.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears:
remaining in the Accomptant's hands at the foot of his preceding Accompt, nil, he being in surplusage nil
depending on sundry persons particularly named at the foot of the said Accompt 48,435 11 4
Receipts:
money had out of the Exchequer: £ s. d.
Easter term, 13 Anne & 1 Geo. I, by way of imprest and in part of 400,000l. for the year 1714; by privy seal of 19 May, 13 Anne 192,564 10
ditto, in part of 207,435l. 9s. 10¼d. by privy seal of 9 Aug 1714, I Geo. I. 28,299 5 2
Michaelmas term, in further part of the same; by the same privy seal and privy seal of 21 Oct., 1 Geo. I 120,266 5
Easter term, 13 Anne and 1 Geo. I, in further part of 500,000l. for the year 1713; by privy seal of 19 May, 12 Anne 6,048 11 10¾
347,178 12 9
Voluntary charge:
the four Independent Companies at Anapolis for so much paid for subsistence in 1712, deducted by this Accomptant on his clearing these four Companies in his present Accompt 1,401 5 4
more, in part of clothing delivered them by Mr. Netmaker, out of the Canada stores, whereof only two-thirds is directed to be charged to them, signified by letter of the Secretary at War, 18 Dec. 1716 1,427 8 4
more in part of a further supply to them out of the said clothing 436 6 7
3,265 0 3
Charles Cæsar, late Treasurer of the Navy, being the amount of South Sea Stock received from him to complete twelve months clearing, etc., of the Troops and Regiments in Great Britain, 24 Dec. 1713; by the Earl of Oxford's warrant of 27 July 1714 103,427 16 11¾
the South Sea Company, being the dividend of 3l.per cent. on 2,638l. 13s. 9d. remaining in the Accomptant's name in South Sea Stock at Midsummer 1714; by Treasury warrant of 18 Oct. 1714 79 3 2
the same, being the several dividends on 8,038l. 3s. 8d. in Army debentures subscribed to the Company's capital stock, received Midsummer 1714 to Midsummer 1717, as by Certificate of John Grigsby, Chief Accomptant 1,461 6 5
the same, being interest of the said 8,038l. 3s. 8d. as also of 482l. 5s. 9d. for a year's dividend due at Xmas 1716, made stock and added to the capital, making 8,520l. 9s. 5d. for interest thereof 25 June 1717 to 24 Dec. 1718 766 18 9
neat profit arising by sale of the said 8,520l. 9s. 5d. on 21 Jan. 1718–19, over and above 10l. 12s. 6d. for brokerage, as by certificate of Robert Surman and Treasury warrant of 6 Feb. 1718–19 directing the Auditors to surcharge the Accomptant 1,448 10 2
interest on the sum of 16,700l. Bank £ s. d.
Annuities 558 15 0
ditto on 6,000l. Malt 1712 463 16 0
ditto on 1,200l. Malt 1713 147 1 9
ditto on 54,766l. 1s. 6½d. Malt 1714 1,898 13 11
3,068 6 8
Robert Walpole, late Paymaster General of the Forces, being so much paid over by him to complete the pay of the Guards and Garrisons while under the Accomptant's care:
to complete the pay of the General and Staff Officers 25 Dec. 1713 to 29 Sept. 1714 379 9
for 61 days’ pay of the Garrisons in South Britain 25 Aug. 1714 to 24 Oct. 1714 2,831 14 7
to complete the pay of the twelve Companies of Invalids to the same time 247 8 0
and for contingencies 875 9 0
in all by royal warrant of 16 May 1715 countersigned by the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury 4,334 0 10¼
Henry, Earl of Lincoln, the present Paymaster General, being so much paid over by him to be applied to off-reckonings due to the Clothiers of the respective Regiments etc. under the Accomptant's care, to 24 Oct. 1714; by like warrant of 23 March 1715–16 74,783 6
the same, being paid over as above towards clearing the Guards, Garrisons and other Land Forces while under the Accomptant's care; by like warrant of the same date 49,365 6 3
Robert Walpole, being paid over for the Forces while under the Accomptant's care, to 24 Oct. 1714; by like warrant of 28 Jan. 1716–17 4,000 0 0
Mr. Prat, Deputy Vice-Treasurer of Ireland, being so much deducted from the Regiment of Dragoons, late Sir Richard Temple's, in part of 2,061l. paid to that Regiment for subsistence, Midsummer 1713 to 21 Sept. 1714, while the Regiment was on the Irish Establishment 1,448 15 7
the said Earl of Lincoln to complete the said 2,061l. so paid for subsistence 612 4 5
(total voluntary charge 248,060l. 16s. 2¾d.)
total charge and receipts [viz. arrears 48,435l. 11s. 4d., receipts 347,178l. 12s. 9d., voluntary charge 248,060l. 16s. 2¾d. £643,675 0
Discharge.
Surplusage of the preceding Accompt 81,367 3
pay of the Guards and Garrisons:
for the General Officers, the Troops, and Regiments of Guards, the several Garrisons and Contingencies provided for by the Great Establishment signed by the Queen 29 April 1714 and countersigned by the Earl of Oxford, then Lord Treasurer, with effect from 25 Dec. 1713:
pay of the General Officers: £ s. d.
James, Duke of Ormond, Captain General, his two Aides de Camp and his Secretary, at 11l. 10s.per diem; 25 Dec. 1713 to 29 Sept. 1714, both days inclusive 3,208 10 0
Lieut. Gen. John Webb for himself and Secretary at 4l. 10s. per diem; same time 1,255 10 0
Maj. Gen. Thomas Whetham as Major General at 2l. per diem; same time 558 0 0
Maj. Gen. Joseph Whiteman as Brigadier General at 30s. per diem; same time 418 10 0
this Accomptant at 20s. per diem; same time 279 0 0
Francis Gwyn, late Secretary at War, ditto; 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 Sept. 1714 274 0 0
William Pulteney, his successor, ditto; to 29 Sept. 1714 5 0 0
Michael Hyde, Commissary General of the Musters, for himself and the Deputy Commissaries at 5l. 19s. 4d. per diem; 25 Dec. 1713 to 29 Sept. 1714 inclusive 1,664 14 0
Sir Philip Meadows, junior, and James Bruce, Comptrollers of the Accompts of the Army at 4l. 2s. 2¼d. per diem; same time 1,146 10
James Astrey, their Secretary, at 16s. 5¼d. per diem; same time 229 6
Col. Metcalfe Grahme, Adjutant General, at 20s. per diem; same time 279 0 0
Col. James Armstrong, Quarter Master General, ditto; same time 279 0 0
Col. Thomas Lascels, Deputy Quarter Master General, at 5s.per diem; same time 69 15 0
Thomas Byde, Judge Advocate General, for himself and his Deputy at 20s. per diem; same time 279 0 0
Adam Smith, clerk to the Courts Martial in North Britain at 7s. 6d.per diem; same time 104 12 6
Dr. Thomas Lawrence, Physician General, at 10s. per diem; 25 Dec. 1713 to 25 Sept. 1714 137 10 0
Alexander Inglish, Surgeon General; ditto; 25 Dec. 1713 to 29 Sept. 1714 139 10 0
Edward Coatsworth, Apothecary General, ditto; same time 139 10 0
Col. Jones Watson, Firemaster General, at 3s. per diem; same time 41 17 0
Hugh Warren, Surveyor to the Guards, at 2s. 6d. per diem; same time 34 17 6
Charles Pinkney, Marshal to the Horse Guards and Grenadier Guards, at 7s. per diem; same time 97 13 0
Robert Mawgridge, Drum Major General, at 1s. 7¾d. per diem; same time 22 19
John Mynat, messenger to the Secretary at War, and a messenger to this Accomptant, ditto each; same time 45 18
and to the Executors of Edward Kennedy, late Provost Marshal, at 5s. per diem for himself and 4s. 6d. per diem for three men, 25 Dec. 1713 to Ladyday 1714, 14l. 4s. 6d.; more for his pay, 26 March 1714 to 27 May 1714, 15l. 15s. 0d.; and to Thomas Morphy, his successor, at 5s. per diem, 4 June 1714 to 29 Sept. 1714, 29l. 10s., and for three men at 4s. 6d.per diem, 26 March 1713 to 29 Sept. 1714, 42l. 6s. 0d. 130 15 6
10,840 18
pay of the Regiments etc.:
John, Lord Ashburnham, Captain of the First Troop of Horse Guards; Officers etc. and 156 private gentlemen; 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 Oct. 1714 13,781 6 8
George, Duke of Northumberland, Captain of the Second Troop of Horse Guards; the like; same time 13,781 6 8
Charles, Earl of Arran, Captain of the Third Troop of Horse Guards; the like; same time; less 154l. 7s. for respits 13,626 19 8
the Duke of Argyle, Captain of the Fourth Troop of Horse Guards; the like; same time; less 106l. 10s. for respits 13,674 16 8
the Lord Newborough, Captain of the First Troop of Horse Grenadier Guards; Officers etc. and 145 private men; same time 8,947 14 8
the Earl of Crawford, for the Second Troop of Horse Grenadier Guards; the like; same time 8,947 14 8
Charles, Earl of Peterborough, Colonel of the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards; Officers etc. and 288 private troopers; same time; less 170l. 2s. for respits 20,846 8 8
General Henry Lumley, Colonel of the Queen's Own Regiment of Horse; Officers etc. and 270 private troopers; same time 20,332 10 8
the Lord Windsor, Colonel of a Regiment of Horse; Officers etc. and 180 private troopers; same time; less 15l. 2s. 6d. for respits 13,811 16 2
the Earl of Strafford, Colonel of the Royal Regiment of Dragoons; Officers etc. and 240 private dragoons; same time 12,147 6 8
John, Earl of Stair, and David, Earl of Portmore, successively Colonels of a Regiment of Dragoons; Officers etc. and 270 private dragoons; same time 13,568 10 8
Lieut. Gen. George Carpenter, Colonel of another Regiment of Dragoons; Officers etc. and 180 private dragoons; same time 9,304 18 8
Lieut. Gen. Robert Echlin, Colonel of another Regiment of Dragoons; the like 9,304 18 8
James, Duke of Ormonde, Colonel of the First Regiment of Foot Guards; Officers etc. and 1,120 private men; same time; less 157l. 16s. 8d. for respits 31,384 14 0
General Charles Churchill, Colonel of the Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards; Officers etc. and 560 private men; same time 16,251 6 8
John, Earl of Dunmore, Colonel of the Third Regiment of Foot Guards; Officers etc. and 720 private men; same time 20,537 14 8
Col. Peircy Kirke, Colonel of a Regiment of Foot; Officers etc. and 400 private soldiers; same time; less 280l. 14s. 4d. for respits 8,165 8 4
Lieut. Gen. William Seymour, Colonel of another Regiment of Foot; the like; same time; abating 177l. 12s. for respits 8,268 10 8
Maj. Gen. Joseph Wightman, Colonel of another Regiment of Foot; the like; from 25 December 1713 to 24 April 1714, both days inclusive; less 161l. 6s. 8d. for respits; also Brig. Hans Hamilton, Colonel of another Regiment of Foot; the like; 25 April 1714 to 24 Oct. 1714, both days inclusive; less 81l. 6s. 8d. for respits; 3,200l. 9s. and 5,003l. 0s. 4d. respectively 8,203 9 4
Brig. William Breton, Colonel of another Regiment of Foot; the like; 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 April 1714 both days inclusive; less 161l. 6s. 8d. for respits; also Col. Henry Disney, Colonel of another Regiment of Foot; the like; 25 April 1714 to 24 Oct. 1714; 3,200l. 9s. and 5,084l. 7s. respectively 8,284 16 0
to the respective Captains (or their Agents) of the twelve Companies of Invalids, viz. two at Sheerness, two at Tilbury, and eight more at Tinmouth [Tynemouth], Chester, Hampton Court, Windsor, Upnor, Languard Fort, Dover and Greenwich; Officers etc. and 600 soldiers; 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 Oct. 1714; less 39l. 19s. 11d. for respits 5,720 16 1
two Independent Companies in North Britain, Col. Alexander Campbel's and Col. William Grant's; Officers etc. and 82 private soldiers; same time 1,580 16 0
280,474 0 11
pay of the Garrisons:
Berwick; Governor, Lieut. Governor, Town Major, Chaplain, master gunner, 6 gunners, surgeon; 25 Sept. 1713 to 24 Oct. 1714 inclusive 723 11 8
Calshot; Governor, master gunner, 3 gunners; same time 114 0 0
Carlisle; Governor, Lieut. Governor; master gunner, 3 gunners; same time 288 16 0
Chester; Governor, master gunner, 3 gunners; same time 228 0 0
Clifford's Fort and Tinmouth Castle; Governor, Lieut. Governor, 2 master gunners, 7 gunners; same time 569 1 0
Cinque Ports; Lord Warden, Lieut. Governor of Dover Castle, Chaplain to the Lord Warden, the Captains, Officers and gunners of Arcliffe Bulwark, Motes Bulwark, and to Dover, Sandown, Deal, Sandgate and Walmer Castles; same time 926 17 8
Gravesend and Tilbury; Governor and Captain; Lieut. Governor, Chaplain, Surgeon, 2 master gunners, 10 gunners; same time 683 1 0
Guernsey; Lieut. Governor, Chaplain, master gunner, 4 gunners: same time 273 12 0
Hull and Blockhouse; Governor, Lieut. Governor, Town Major, Chaplain, Surgeon, master gunner, 6 gunners; same time 706 11 8
Hurst Castle; Governor, master gunner, 3 gunners; same time 114 0 0
Jersey; Lieut. Governor, Chaplain, master gunner, 8 gunners; same time 334 8 0
Languard Fort; Governor, Lieut. Governor, Chaplain; master gunner, 6 gunners; same time 288 16 0
St. Mawes; Captain or Keeper, Deputy, master gunner, gunner; same time 159 12 0
Pendennis Castle; Governor, with allowance for repairs to his house, master gunner and 2 gunners; same time 246 1 0
Plymouth and St. Nicholas Island; Governor, Lieut. Governor, Fort Major, Chaplain, 2 master gunners, 18 gunners; same time 898 7 8
Portland; Governor, porter, underporter, 3 gunners; same time 83 12 0
Portsmouth; Governor, Lieut. Governor, Town Major, Chaplain, Physician, Surgeon, a person to execute the duty of storekeeper, clerk of the reports and marshal, porter, master gunner, 23 gunners; same time 1,111 3 8
Sheerness; Governor, Lieut. Govenor, Fort Major, Chaplain, master gunner, 13 gunners, Surgeon; same time 759 1 0
Scilly Island; Governor, master gunner, 8 gunners; same time 297 18 0
Scarborough; Governor, 2 gunners; same time 38 7 3
the Tower of London; Constable and Chief Governor, Lieut. Governor, Deputy Lieut. Governor, Chaplain, Town Major, Surgeon, master gunner, 4 gunners, gentleman porter, 40 yeoman warders, physician, apothecary, gentleman gaoler, water-pumper, the yeoman porter for oil and candle for the gates, a scavenger, a clock keeper and bell-ringer; repairs, intelligence and sweeping; fuel for the wardens; same time 2,785 14 4
Upnor Castle; 5 master gunners, 17 gunners; same time 410 8 0
Windsor; Governor, Lieut. Governor, master gunner, 2 gunners; same time 273 12 0
North Yarmouth; master gunner, 2 gunners; same time 60 16 0
Isle of Wight; Governor, Lieut. Governor, Chaplain of Sandown, 12 warders there, master gunner there, 2 gunners there, a Captain at Yarmouth, master gunner there, 4 other gunners, a master gunner at Scarisbrook, 4 gunners, a Captain at Cowes, a master gunner and 2 gunners; same time 1,153 12 4
St. James's Park; the master gunner and gunners doing duty; same time 114 0 0
Blackness Castle; Governor and Captain, Lieutenant, serjeant, 2 corporals and a drum, a gunner and 15 soldiers; same time 553 17 0
Dunbarton Castle; the like; same time 553 17 0
Edinburgh Castle; Governor and Captain, Deputy Governor, Lieutenant, Ensign, 2 serjeants, 2 corporals, 2 drums and 60 soldiers, Chaplain, master gunner, 3 gunners, gunsmith; same time; less 9l. 1s. 6d. for respits 1,373 3 6
Sterling Castle; the like; same time; less 36l. 6s. for respits 1,345 19 0
Fort William; Governor, Deputy Governor, a storekeeper and marshal, master gunner, 2 gunners, a smith, a wright; same time 500 13 0
17,970 9 9
allowance for fire and candle for the Regiments and Garrisons detailed 1,379 0 0
money repaid on removal of respits: £ s. d.
Maj. Thomas Hull for the respited pay of Lord Windsor's Horse, Xmas 1713 to 18 April 1714 15 2 6
Maj. George Compton for his respited pay as Cornet in the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards, 24 Feb. 1713–14 to 24 Oct. 1714 170 2 0
Margaret Parnham, widow of Capt. Parnham, for the respited pay of her late husband as Sub-Brigadier in the Fourth Troop of Horse Guards, 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 Oct. 1714 76 0 0
J. Peirson, agent to the First Regiment of Foot Guards, for the respited pay of John, Earl of Dunmore, as Captain for 62 days to 24 Feb. 1713–14, and of Capt. Alexander McDonald as Lieutenant for the same time and of Capt. John Jodrell as Lieutenant for 61 days to 24 Aug. 1714 99 6 6
Capt. Thomas Kennaway for his repited pay as Brigadier in the Fourth Troop of Horse Guards, 25 Aug. 1714 to 24 Oct. 1714 30 10 0
Col. Robert Gardner, agent to the Princess of Wales's Regiment of Foot, commanded by Col. Piercy Kirke, for respited pay of several men, 25 April 1714 to 24 Aug. 1714 110 6 2
Col. James Butler for his respited pay as Captain in the First Regiment of Foot Guards, 25 June 1712 to 24 Aug. 1712 50 6 6
John Thurston, agent to the Independent Company of Foot at Jamaica, in part of the respited pay of Lieut. Noel Merchant, 25 Aug. 1714 to 24 June 1715; allowed for 61 days to 24 Oct. 1714 14 4 8
Capt. Joseph Rookby of Col. Francis Alexander's Regiment for respits on his Company 22 March 1710–11 to 21 Sept. 1711 146 2 0
John Mulcaster, agent to the Garrison of Anapolis Royal, for respits 24 Oct. 1712 to 24 Oct. 1714 356 12 0
Col. Robert Gardner, agent to Col. Richard Lane's Regiment, for respits 22 April 1713 to 11 June 1713 603 10 0
J. Perrison, agent to the First Regiment of Foot Guards, for the respited pay of John, Earl of Dunmore, as Captain, 25 Feb. 1713 to 24 April 1714 48 13 6
Nathaniel Carpenter, agent to the Regiment of Foot in the Leeward Islands, late Col. James Jones's and Col. Francis Alexander's, for respits 21 May 1709 to 22 May 1712 1,308 2 10
the same for ditto 23 Dec. 1711 to 21 Dec. 1712 49 11 4
3,078 10 0
pensions out of the Establishment:
Col. Charles Salisbury; Maj. William Cecil and Capt. Edward Borrett; 279 days to 29 Sept. 1714 458 12
Sir John Gibson; same time 91 10 11¼
Anne Babington, Rebecca Harris and Capt. George Browne; same time 229 6
Margaret, Judith and Elizabeth Tichborne; same time 76 8
Lieut. Claudius Linderot, Maj. Edward Coucy and Maj. Griffin May; same time 209 5 0
Lieut. Col. Gerard Russell; same time 48 16 6
Maj. Tamworth Revesby; same time 38 1
Capt. Thomas Fitzgerald and James Fanning; same time 69 15 0
Maj. John Rose and William Gill; same time 61 0
Capt. Thomas Hyde; half year from 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 June 1714 45 10 0
Lieut. Henry Meals, Ensign Aaron Darby, Ensign Robert Cornelius, Lieut. Morgan Calahan, Lieut. Samuel Antrim; 279 days to 29 Sept. 1714 139 10 0
Anne Morley; same time 20 18 6
John Shaw, Armourer; same time; less 2s. 3d. not paid 15 0 0
1,503 14 10½
contingent disbursements, out of the 10,000l. allowed:
Thomas Byde, Judge Advocate General, for his additional allowance to 1 Aug. 1714 220 0 0
Sir Philip Meadows, junior, and James Bruce, Comptrollers of Army Accompts; three quarters to 29 Sept. 1714 675 0 0
Francis Gwyn, late Secretary at War, to 24 Sept. 1714 1,071 6 4
George Gordon, for salary as an Extraordinary clerk in the Office of the Secretary at War; three quarters to Ladyday 1714 37 10 0
Capt. George Stewart for expenses of the 8 companies of Grenadiers detached to attend the King at Greenwich, Sept. 1714 20 0 0
Somerset English, Under housekeeper at Hampton Court, for fire and candle etc., for the Company of Invalids there, 1 Jan. 1713–14 to 30 June 1714 24 6
Thomas Morphy, Marshal to the three Regiments of Foot Guards, for coals etc. for the 9 companies of the Third Regiment of Foot Guards in the Barracks of the Savoy 26 Dec. 1713 to 24 Sept. 1714 245 1 6
John, Duke of Argyle, for his pay as Commander in Chief of the King's Forces in North Britain from 25 Sept. 1714 to 24 Oct. 1714 120 0 0
Col. Henry Desney, for the expenses of his Regiment between their landing at Leith from Dunquerk in April 1714 and their embarcation at Port Patrick for Ireland in Dec. 1714 103 14 0
John, Earl of Dunmore, for the expenses of the Third Regiment of Foot Guards, 6 Oct. 1713 to 22 Nov. 1714 44 12 3
Charles, Earl of Orrery, for the expenses of the Royal Regiment of North British Fuziliers, 20 Aug. 1714 when they landed from Flanders to 10 Nov. 1714 209 14 3
Col. James Johnston, for coals etc., for 3 companies of the Third Regiment of Foot Guards in Plymouth barracks 1 Oct. 1714 to 22 Sept. 1714 91 7 9
David Crawford, Deputy Commissary General of the Musters, for postage etc. 24 Dec. 1713 to 29 Sept. 1714 35 0 0
Samuel Lynn for extraordinaries of the Office of the Secretary at War, Xmas 1713 to Michaelmas 1714 648 11 5
John Thurston, Deputy Judge Advocate, for stationery, etc. 25 Dec. 1713 to 29 Sept. 1714 130 1 8
Lieut. Col. Jonas Watson, for fuzees for the Troops of Horse and Grenadier Guards and Company of Foot Guards and for fire and candle for the Gunners Guards at Whitehall and St. James's Park, 1 Jan. 1713–14 to 24 Oct. 1714 111 18 0
Lieut. Gen. George Carpenter, for expenses of the King's Own Regiment of Dragoons 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 Sept. 1714 89 1 0
Capt. John Parsons, Quartermaster of the Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards, for expenses of that Regiment, repairing the Guardhouses of St. James's and the Tiltyard 24 Dec. 1713 to 29 Sept. 1714 74 3 4
Brig. Hans Hamilton, for expenses of his Regiment of Foot 25 Dec. 1713 to 29 Sept. 1714 71 8 9
Somersett English, as above, for fire and candle for the Invalids at Hampton Court 1 July 1714 to 24 Oct. 1714 6 15 3
Col. George Benson, for expenses of the King's Royal Regiment of Dragoons 1 Jan. 1713–14 to 29 September 1714 91 0 0
Col. Peircy Kirke, for expenses of his Regiment of Foot 12 Aug. 1712 to 25 Dec. 1713 81 15 8
the same for ditto 26 Dec. 1713 to 29 Sept. 1714 84 4 9
Maj. Gen. Joseph Wightman, for expenses of his Regiment of Foot, 1 Jan. 1708 to 29 Sept. 1714 410 14 2
Brig. Phineas Bowles, for expenses of his Regiment of Foot, 10 March 1707 to their embarcation for Spain in 1709 131 1 2
Lieut. Gen. George Macartney, for expenses of his Regiment of Foot, 7 March 1707 to 20 Sept. 1708 128 2 0
John, Earl of Stair, for expenses of his Regiment of Dragoons, 1 Dec. 1711 to 1 Dec. 1712 67 3 4
the same, for the like, 25 Dec. 1712 to 25 Dec. 1713 37 5 0
the same, for the like, 26 Dec. 1713 to 29 Sept. 1714 79 4 0
David, Earl of Portmore, for expenses of the Royal Regiment of North British Dragoons, 16 March 1713–14 to 29 Sept. 1714 227 4 0
Capt. David Eyton, Quartermaster of the First Regiment of Foot Guards, for repairs of guard rooms etc., 2 years to 24 March 1712 65 6 6
bounty money to several Officers, detailed, for loss of limbs etc. (Maj. John Henley, Capt. John Crosby, Capt. Luton Lister, Lieut. William Nappier, Lieut. James Scott, Ensign Robert Kennedy, Ensign John Musgrave, Ensign Noel Merchant, Capt. Nicholas Masterson, Cornet Henry Gordon, Ensign James Birmingham, Capt. Thomas Hyde) 992 5 0
George Gordon, for soliciting the affairs and keeping the accompts of the Garrison of Anapolis Royal, 25 Dec. 1713 to 29 Sept. 1714 30 0 0
the Executors of Lieut. Gen. James Maitland for bedding for Brig. Hamilton's Regiment of Foot at Fort William upon the Queen's death 126 3 7
William Skelton for ferrying the Horse and Foot Guards over the Thames at Lambeth and Fulham, 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 Oct. 1714 25 0 0
6,606 1
total according to the above Establishment 321,852l. 15s. 5d.
pay of the Forces and Garrisons in the Foreign Plantations by Establishments of 30 July 1712 and 20 July 1713 with effect from 24 Aug. 1712 and 23 June 1713 respectively: by royal sign manual, countersigned by the Lord Treasurer or the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury:
Col. Roger Handasyd, Colonel of a Regiment of Foot at Jamaica (Officers etc. and 360 private men); 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 Aug. 1714 both days inclusive; less 48l. 12s. 8d. for respits 5,949 8 4
Col. Francis Alexander, Colonel of a Regiment of Foot in the Leeward Islands (ditto); 25 Dec. to 24 Oct. inclusive 7,503 14 8
Robert Hunter, Commander of 4 Independent Companies at New York (Officers etc. and 400 private soldiers); same time; less 133l. 13s. 4d. for respits 5,774 1 4
Capt. Henry Pulleine, Commander of the Independent Company at Bermudas (Officers etc. and 50 private soldiers); same time; less 64l. 16s. for respits 761 1 4
the Garrison and 4 Independent Companies at Anapolis Royal:
John Mulcaster, agent to the Garrison at Anapolis Royal (Governor, Lieut. Governor, Chaplain, Fort Major, Commissary of Stores, Commissary of Musters, Surgeon); 25 Aug. 1712 to 24 Oct. 1714; less 158l. 4s. for respits; with fire and candle 25 Aug. 1712 to 24 June 1714 1,978 9
the same, for the four Companies there (Officers and 320 private soldiers); 25 Aug. 1712 to 24 Oct. 1714; less 198l. 10s. 8d. for respits 12,114 14 0
(total for Anapolis Royal 14,093l. 3s. 4¾d.)
the Garrison and 4 Independent Companies at Placentia:
John Thurston, agent to the Garrison at Placentia, for 84 days subsistence of the Garrison 758 2 0
the same, for a year's ditto and a year's allowance of fire and candle 1,956 16 9
Charles Cæsar, late Navy Treasurer, for 12 months’ provisions (except beer), as also for 3 months provisions supplied to the Troops in their passage thither 2,704 0 0
John Thurston, for subsistence as above 25 April 1714 to 24 Dec. 1714 and for allowance of fire and candle 1,304 11 2
the same, on further accompt of subsistence 558 15 2
the wives of three Officers of the Garrison for advances on accompt of their husbands pay to enable them to support three families (Jane, wife of Lieut. Fox; Mary, wife of Lieut. Harvey; Hannah, wife of Ensign Buckhurst) 55 15 0
Samuel Lynn, Paymaster of Pensions to Officers’ widows, for allowance of 8 men's subsistence 109 12 0
(total for the Garrison of Placentia 7,447l. 12s. 1d.) 41,529 1
payments made by virtue of Jamaica Establishment:
two Independent Companies commanded by Colonel Roger Handaside (Officers etc. and 2,000 soldiers); 25 Aug. 1714 to 24 Oct. 1714; abating 34l. 1s. 2d. for respits 572 7 8
total of money issued by this Accomptant for the pay of the Guards and Garrisons under the several Establishments 363,954l. 4s. 2¾d.
money paid for arrears, bounty money and other extraordinaries:
Sir Charles Hotham, Colonel of a Regiment of Foot in the year 1712, for the pay of the said Regiment from 23 Dec. 1711 to 24 June 1712, and from 24 June 1712 to 24 Aug. 1712 1,609 15
Col. Richard Kane, ditto at Dunkirk (Officers etc. and 728 private soldiers); 22 Dec. 1712 to 11 June 1713; less 603l. 10s. for respits 6,706 10 0
Col. Alexander Campbell, Captain of an Independent Company of Foot in North Britain (Officers, etc., and 80 private soldiers); 22 Dec. 1712 to 23 June 1713 716 1 4
two gunners at Dartmouth; same time 18 8 0
the Garrison of Fort William (Governor, master gunner, two gunners and a marshall with allowance for fire and candle etc. for 184 days to 23 June 1713 and a storekeeper and a marshal for 184 days to 24 Dec. 1713) 737 14 6
William Elliot for half a year's allowance for fire and candle for the said Garrison, 24 June 1713 to 24 Dec. 1713 63 10
total for arrears 9,851 19
Henry Trent for clothing for the Invalids at Greenwich 145 15 0
Frances Ellison, agent to the Royal Regiment of Dragoons, for the pay of 48 men 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 April 1714 when they were reduced; Capt. Thomas Agnew for the pay of 9 men of the Royal Regiment of North British Dragoons and of 36 men of the King's Own Regiment of Dragoons for the same time; Nathaniel Carpenter for the same number of men for Lieut. Gen. Echlin's Dragoons for the same time; making 129 men in all 1,170 13 6
Nathaniel Carpenter, agent to Lieut. Gen. Carpenter's Regiment of Dragoons, for forage 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 Dec. 1714: Capt. Thomas Agnew for the like for Lieut.-Gen. Echlin's ditto 676 8 0
Capt. Thomas Agnew, agent to the Royal Regiment of North British Dragoons for loss of horses in their passage at sea and on their march to Scotland 645 3 0
Thomas Maddocks, for the Bank of England for interest of 8,300l. for 63 days to 21 May 1713 borrowed on a deposit of tallies for subsistence 85 19 1
total for extraordinaries 2,723 18 7
payments under Treasury warrants:
Ensign John Cocksedge and Lieut. Francis Fox for their sufferings on the reduction of Annapolis; 200l. and 150l. respectively 350 0 0
bounty money; to the proper Officers of the following Regiments at the rate of 6 days’ full pay to such Non-Commissioned Officers and soldiers of Horse and Dragoons as had their horses delivered to them and at 12 days’ full pay for those who had not, and 14 days’ subsistence to each Non-Commissioned Officer and soldier of Foot with an allowance of 3d. to each corporal, drummer and private centinel for his sword on disbandment etc.: the King's Own Regiment of Dragoons (Lieut. Gen. Carpenter); the King's Royal Regiment of Dragoons; Col. Disney's Regiment of Foot; Brig. Hans Hamilton's ditto; detailed. 208 8 0
several Officers for the allowance they enjoyed till the Union on the Scottish Establishment and paid no further than 22 Dec. 1710:
Col. George Somerville, Adjutant General; Col. George Duglass; Sir William Gordon as second Major to Lieut. Gen. Maitland's Regiment; Sir William Hope; Capt. William Lockhart as Intendant of Invalids; William Stewart as Physician General; George Preston as Surgeon Major; 23 Dec. 1710 to 24 Oct. 1714; Adam Smith, Clerk of the Courts Martial 23 Dec. 1710 to 23 Dec. 1713 when he was placed on the Establishment of the Guards and Garrisons; the assignees of David, Earl of Crauford for his pay as Brig. General 23 Dec. 1710 to 4 Jan. 1713–14, the day of his death; ditto of David Campbell as Solicitor to the Fourth Troop of Guards 23 Dec. 1710 to 27 Nov. 1712 the day of his death 6,472 11 6
Francis Byng, Major to the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards, to clear debts left unpaid 25 June 1713 to 24 Aug. 1714 (being then 36 men over Establishment) 219 12 0
Sir Thomas Travell for equipping his son, a Captain of Foot in the late Lord Preston's Regiment and who died in Portugal etc. 133 12 4
Maj. Gen. Joseph Wightman for the pay of Brigadier 13 June 1712 to 24 June 1713 when he commanded in chief the Forces in North Britain 564 0 0
the Earl of Strafford and other Officers of the Royal Regiment of Dragoons in addition to their clearings 25 Aug. 1712 to 23 June 1713 (details given) 291 17 4
the Governor of Fort William, the master gunner and 2 gunners and the Commissary in North Britain for half a year to 24 Dec. 1713, while they were omitted from the Establishment 280 0 6
Jacob Prosser, Chaplain to the Garrison at Portsmouth; 25 June 1713 to 24 Dec. 1713, ditto 61 0 0
the Captains of Maj. Gen. Handasyde's late Regiment for their hardships and losses etc., detailed 3,402 17 9
Susannah Gibson, daughter and executrix to Sir John Gibson for fire and candle for the Garrison at Portsmouth where he was Lieut. Governor 1689, 1690 and 1691 (besides 180l. received from the Earl of Ranelagh upon accompt) 279 8 0
Col. Alexander Campbell, Captain of a late Independent Company in North Britain, to complete his pay 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 Oct. 1714 392 13 4
total for services not provided for on any Establishment 12,097 12 9
total for arrears, bounty money and other extraordinaries etc. 25,231l. 18s. 11¼d.
half pay to certain of the 30 Sergeants, who went to America with Lieutenants’ Commissions and Ensigns' pay (Lieut. William Mathews, Lieut. Richard Kitchenor, Lieut. John Price, Lieut. Matthew Low, Leieut. John Bennet, Lieut. James Hall, Lieut. Thomas Garland, Lieut. Walter Harris, Lieut. William Helling, Lieut. Martin Groundman, Lieut. James Dunbarr, Lieut. William Strahorn, Lieut. James Banks, Lieut. Samuel Babington, Lieut. Walter Butler, Lieut. Edmond Blood, Lieut. Timothy Bagley, Lieut. William Wilkinson); rates and periods detailed, amounting to 302l. 6s. 5¾d., less 9l. 18s. 9½d. deducted for poundage, etc. 292 7
South Sea Stock transferred to Sir James Bateman, Sir Theodore Jansen, Samuel Shepherd, Harcourt Masters, John Blunt, Richard Holdick and Jacob Sawbridge, with the proceed thereof from 24 June 1714 103,427 16 11¾
allowance to the Accomptant for his care in bringing up and finishing his accompt (detailed, including 1,600l. for 4 years payment to his Deputy, John Merill, and 800l. for Office contingencies over the same time) 3,580 0 0
surcharges:
£ s. d.
paid to the Earl of Carnarvon (now Duke of Chandos), late Paymaster-General of the Forces Abroad, to make good the like sums paid to the Troops in Spain, wherewith this Accomptant has surcharged himself in his Accompt for 1710; detailed 1,439 11 11½
paid to the Regiment of Dragoons, late Sir Richard Temple's, for subsistence 25 June 1713 to 21 Sept. 1713 when the Regiment was on the Irish Establishment; for which the Accomptant has surcharged himself in his present Accompt 2,061 0 0
3,500 11 11½
15 5 0
a respit removed by warrant of the Lords Justices, detailed money paid for arms delivered to several Regiments, for which the Hon. Harry Mordaunt has charged himself in his Accompt for 1712 916 12 0
money paid into the Exchequer 1,025 3 5
£583,311 3
and so remains 60,363 16 10
whereof depending on Capt. Thomas Lloyd for the Company of Foot at Newfoundland upon the Establishment of the Guards and Garrisons, detailed 300 0 0
and on Henry Vincent, late Deputy Paymaster of the Forces in Spain, for the service of the Forces sent to Spain, detailed 14,929 17 9
and on Col. Samuel Vetch and Capt. Robert Gardiner for the Extraordinary service of the War in 1709, detailed 6,955 16 9
and on Col. Samuel Vetch, Col. Francis Nicholson and Maj. Francis Mullins for ditto in 1710 detailed 6,486 19 9
and on Col. Samuel Vetch for ditto in 1712, detailed money imprested within the time of this Accompt: 18,771 5 1
the Earl of Carnarvon (now Duke of Chandos) towards satisfying debts contracted when he was Paymaster General of the Forces Abroad 12,919 17 6
£60,363 16 10
and so the Accomptant is even and Quit. Declared 30 Oct. 1719.
Auditor's Memorandum.—The following sums, paid by the Accomptant for the service of the Forces, are either to be accompted for or repaid out of the monies appointed for the Guards and Garrisons:
in the time of preceding accompts: £ s. d.
by the Commissioners of victualling for beer for the Company at Newfoundland short-provided by them in 1705 92 3 8
by Col. Wynn's and Col. Lepell's Regiments of Foot for money issued them for subsistence in 1705 4,400 0 0
by the Forces appointed to serve in the intended Expedition under Brig. Gen. Macartney and Brig. Thomas Whetham, for money paid on accompt in 1709, detailed 8,207 1 0
payments by this Accomptant to several Regiments on the Establishment of the Forces abroad, which he was directed to pay in lieu of other Regiments of less numbers on the Establishment of the Guards and Garrisons, a sum exceeding the amount of the pay allowed for the Regiments on the Establishment of the Guards; which James Bridges (now Duke of Chandos), late Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, has been directed to pay over; the Accomptant will then surcharge himself with such sum 3,110 9 2
by the Officers appointed to serve in the intended Expedition under Col. Nicholson, the Lord Shannon and Maj. Gen. Whetham for the money paid in advance, to be deducted from their pay by the said Duke of Chandos:
Gen. Nicholson's Expedition, 1 April to 29 Sept. 1710 2,005 0 8
Lord Shannon's intended Expedition 1 May to 16 Nov. 1710 2,935 0 0
General Whetham's Expedition, 14 July to 22 Dec. 1710 810 0 0
(total 5,750l. 0s. 8d.)
there is also to be made good to the Public by sale of the next vacant Colours in the Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards the sum of 430l. paid in 1711 to Brig. Andrew Bisset to reimburse the loss he sustained of so much of the Regiment's money when the Association was cast away in her passage from Spain 430 0 0
The Auditor has examined the accompts Regimentally stated and the Accomptant has attested to their truth upon Oath.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY: FORCES ABROAD.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 402 [E351/402].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 324, ROLL 1283 [A.O.I/324/1283].
Thomas Moore, Receiver and Paymaster of the Land Forces in Minorca and in the Garrisons of Dunkirk and Gibraltar.
25 December 1713 to 24 October 1714.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the Accomptant's hands at the end of the last accompt, none he being in Surplusage nil
but depending on sundry persons particularly named at the foot of the last accompt 1,000 17 11
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer: £ s. d.
Easter term, 13 Anne & 1 Geo. I, in full of 200,000l. by general letters of Privy Seal 13 March 1701–2 and sign manual 13 May 1714, 13 Anne 200,000 0 0
ditto, in part of 100,000l. by Privy Seal of 9 Aug. 1714, 1 Geo. I 83,648 17
Michaelmas term, 1 Geo. I, in full of the same 16,351 2 10½
ditto, in part of 40,000l. towards discharging arrears; by general letters of Privy Seal of 29 Sept. 1714 and royal sign manual of 4 Jan. 1714, 1 Geo. I 26,320 14 7
326,320 14 7
South Sea Stock transferred by James, Earl of Carnarvon, late Paymaster General 91,409 4 4
dividends received in South Sea Stock in the Accomptant's name 4,825 6 6
money received of the Earl of Lincoln, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons, by way of imprest and on accompt to be paid the Clothiers towards the off-reckonings of the respective Regiments etc. and towards the charge of Officers’ servants in Minorca and Gibraltar 28,173 18
money received for the deductions of 12d. in the 1l. from the pay of the General Officers and Regiments and of 6d. in the 1l. from half pay 5,316 16 5
money received for the deduction of one day's pay for the Royal Hospital, Chelsea 74 17 5
profit arising by the exchange of money remitted to the Low Countries, Minorca and Gibraltar for the Forces there 5,753 11
the value of sundry Certificates made out by the Commissioners appointed to determine the Debts due to the Army, payable by debentures: £ s. d.
to Joseph Sabine as Maj. General 108 18 8
to Henry Grove as Brig. General 205 3
to Richard Sutton as Brig. General 92 7
to Elizabeth Coatsworth, widow and executrix of Dr. Edward Coastsworth, deceased, late Apothecary General of the Army, for medicines in the Hospitals of Dunkirk and Newport, 1712, 1713 and 1714 3,218 10 11½
to the Earl of Orrery's Regiment of Fuziliers (exclusive of 29l. 6s. 7d. to Capt. William Mackhenry for which no certificate is to be issued until certain claims thereon are determined) 730 10 1
to Brig. Stearn's Royal Regiment of Foot 731 15 10¼
to Lieut. Gen. Webb's Regiment of Foot 740 4
to Brig. Hans Hamilton's Regiment of Foot 292 19 8
to the Earl of Forfar's Regiment of Foot 728 17
to the Earl of Hertford's Regiment of Foot 735 10 10¼
to Brig. Richard Sutton's Regiment of Foot 728 17 10¼
to the Earl of Orkney's Regiment of Foot 1,211 15
Brig. Richard Sutton to Complete the offreckonings of his Regiment 199 8
9,724 19
total charge and receipts £472,600 6
Discharge.
Surplusage on the preceding accompt 1,423 17
pay and entertainment of the Forces at Ghent, Bruges and Newport in Flanders, and at Dunkirk, Gibraltar and the Island of Minorca:
pay of the General Officers in Flanders: Joseph Sabine, as Maj. General at 40s. a day, with one Aide de Camp at 10s. a day, to 24 June 1714 455 0 0
more to complete to 9 Aug. 1714, satisfied by debenture 108 18 8
Richard Sutton and Thomas Panton, as Brigadiers at 30s. each to 28 Aug. 1714 741 0 0
more to Brig. Panton to 24 Oct. 1714 85 10 0
Richard Sutton, to complete, 25 Aug. 1713 to 24 Aug. 1714, satisfied by debenture 92 7
Henry Grove, on the same accompt, 25 Aug. 1713 to 24 Dec. 1713, by debenture 205 3
Henry Watkins, as Deputy Judge Advocate, at 10s. a day, to 24 Oct. 1714 152 0 0
John Blechynden, as Deputy Paymaster, at 12s. 6d. a day to 28 Aug. 1714 154 7 6
Thomas Harvey, as Provost Marshall, at 6s. a day to 24 Oct. 1714 91 4 0
Col. Anthony Columbiere, as Governor of the Citadel of Ghent, at 10s. a day, from 24 June 1714 to 28 Aug. 1714 32 10 0
2,118 0
pay of the Regiments:
the Earl of Forfar's Regiment of Foot, in part of 9,781l. 4s. due for the pay of his Regiment 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 Oct. 1714 8,485 11
the same for arrears 25 Aug. 1713 to 24 Oct. 1714, satisfied by debenture, in part of 728l. 17s. 3¼d. certified as due 696 8
Lieut. Gen. John Webb's Regiment of Foot, in part of 9,778l. 3s. due from Xmas 1713 to 24 Oct. 1714 8,485 11
more for arrears 25 Aug. 1713 to 24 Oct. 1714 satisfied in debentures in part of 740l. 4s. 1½d. certified due 620 2
the Lord North and Gray's Regiment of Foot; Officers etc. and 500 private men; 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 Oct. 1714 9,781 4 0
Brig. Robert Stearne's Regiment of Foot, in part of 9,781l. 4s. for the same time 8,485 11
more for arrears 25 Aug. 1713 to 24 Oct. 1714 satisfied in debentures, part of 731l. 15s. 10¼d. certified due 705 14
Brig. Richard Sutton's Regiment of Foot, in part of 9,781l. 4s. due as above 8,485 11
more for arrears as above, satisfied in debentures, part of 728l. 17s. 10½d. certified due 622 2
more to complete the offreckonings during his Colonelcy of the Regiment 199 8
the Earl of Orrery's Regiment of Foot, in part of 9,781l. 4s. as above 8,485 11
more for arrears as above, satisfied in debentures, in part of 730l. 10s. 1d. 723 15 6
(totals for the Regiments: Forfar's 9,181l. 19s. 7¾d.; Webb's 9,105l. 13s. 7¼d.; North and Gray's 9,781l. 4s. 0d.; Stearne's 9,191l. 6s. 0¾d.; Sutton's 9,307l. 1s. 10d.; Orrery's 9,209l. 7s. 0½d.)
55,776 12
total for the Forces in Flanders 57,894l. 12s. 8¾d.
pay of the Garrisons of Dunkirk and of the Regimental Forces there:
pay of the Officers of the Garrison:
Maj. Gen. John Hill, as Governor, at 5l. a day; 25 Dec. 1713 to 28 Aug. 1714 1,235 0 0
Sir James Abercrombie, as Town Major, at 40s. a day; same time 494 0 0
Col. Jasper Clayton, as Governor of the Citadel, at 20s. a day; same time 247 0 0
Col. Hargrave, as Commandant of Fort Lewis, at 15s. a day; 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 June 1714 136 10 0
Maj. Creamer, as Commandant of the Risbank; ditto; same time 136 10 0
William Forster, as Secretary to the Governor and Commander in Chief at 10s. a day to 28 Aug. 1714; and as Deputy Judge Advocate and Commissary of Musters, ditto; to same date 247 0 0
Maj. Harrison, as Captain of the Ports, at 10s. a day to 24 June 1714 91 0 0
Capt. Edgar and Capt. Skeiton, as Town Adjutants, at 5s. a day each; same time 91 0 0
Lieut. Stewart, as Adjutant of the Citadel; same rate; same time 45 10 0
Matthew Turner, as Provost Marshall; ditto; same time 45 10 0
Bartholomew Hughes, as Chaplain to the Garrison, at 6s. 8d. a day; same time 60 13 4
2,829 13 4
pay of the Regiments:
the Royal Regiment of Foot (the Earl of Orkney's), in part of 20,398l. 8s. 0d.; 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 Oct. 1714 17,993 18
more for arrears 25 Aug. 1713 to 24 Oct. 1714, satisfied in debentures, being so much certified due. 1,211 15
Maj. Gen. John Hill's Regiment, in part of 10,346l. 12s. 8d.; Xmas 1713 to 24 Oct. 1714. 9,018 7 9
Col. Henry Harrison's Regiment of Foot (late the Earl of Hertford's), in part of 10,348l. 13s. 4d.; same time 9,018 7 9
more for arrears 25 Aug. 1713 to 24 Oct. 1714, satisfield in debentures, being so much certified due 735 10 10¼
Col. Hans Hamilton's Regiment of Foot (late Brig. Durell's), in part of 4,119l. 0s. 10d., 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 April 1714 3,589 11 2
more for arrears 25 Aug. 1713 to 24 April 1714, satisfied in debentures, part of 292l. 19s. 8d. certified due 269 1 8
Col. Henry Desney's Regiment of Foot, in part of 4,119l. 0s. 10d., 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 April 1714 3,589 11 2
(totals for the Regiments; Orkney's 19,205l. 14s. 4¾d.; Hill's 918l. 7s. 9d.; Harrison's 9,753l. 18s. 7¼d.; Hamilton's 3,858l. 12s. 10d.; Desney's 3,589l. 11s. 2d.) 45,426 4 9
total for the Garrison etc. of Dunkirk 48,255l. 18s. 1d.
pay of the Officers of the Garrison of Minorca and of the Regimental Forces there:
pay of the Officers of the Garrison:
John, Duke of Argyle and the Earl of Peterborough, successively Governor and Commander-in-Chief, at 4l. a day; 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 Oct. 1714 1,216 0 0
Col. Richard Kane as Lieut. Governor, at 2l. a day; same time 608 0 0
Giles Earl, Commissary General of Stores and Provisions; ditto; same time 608 0 0
Mr. Auchmuty, as Chaplain to the Governor and Commander in Chief, at 6s. 8d. a day; same time 101 6 8
Anthony Westcomb, as Secretary to the Governor and Commander in Chief, at 10s. a day; same time 152 0 0
the same for his like pay as Deputy Judge Advocate and Commissary of the Musters; same time 152 0 0
Dennis Cavenaugh, as Captain of the Ports, at 5s. a day; same time 76 0 0
Richard White, as Provost Marshal, at 4s. a day; same time 60 16 0
Anthony Aledo, as Signalman, at 1s. a day; same time 15 4 0
Fort St. Anne
Maj. Joseph Sawle, as Fort Major, at 5s. a day; same time 76 0 0
Lieut. William Campbell, as Adjutant, at 3s. a day; same time 45 12 0
James Campbell, as Surgeon, at 5s. a day; same time 76 0 0
Robert Napier, as Surgeon's mate, at 2s. 6d. a day; same time 38 0 0
Fort St. Phillip
Lieut. Col. Ligoniere, as Lieut. Governor, at 40s. a day; same time 608 0 0
Col. Cotton, as Fort Major, at 5s. a day; same time 76 0 0
Anthony Bessiere, as Adjutant, at 3s. a day; same time 45 12 0
Robert Hardwick, as Surgeon, at 5s. a day; same time 76 0 0
Colin Campbell, as Surgeon's mate, at 2s. 6d. a day; same time 38 0 0
4,068 10 8
pay of the Regiments:
the Royal Regiment of Fuziliers (Col. O'Hara's), in part of 10,070l. due; 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 Oct. 1714 8,866 3
Maj. Gen. Thomas Whetham's Regiment of Foot, in part of 9,902l. 16s. 0d. due; same time 8,772 2
Lieut. Gen. Nicholas Sankie's Regiment of Foot, in part of 9,9020l. 16s. 0d. due; same time 8,743 13
Col. Richard Phillip's Regiment of Foot, in part of 9,902l. 16s. 0d. due; same time 8,722 5
35,104 5 9
total for the Garrison at Minorca 39,172l. 16s. 5d.
pay of the Officers of the Garrison of Gibraltar and of the Regimental Forces there:
pay of the Officers of the Garrison:
the Earl of Portmore, as Governor, at 40s. a day; 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 Oct. 1714 608 0 0
Col. Ralph Congreve, as Lieut. Governor, at 20s. a day; same time 304 0 0
John Conduit, Commissary General of Stores and Provisions, for himself and clerks, at 30s. a day; same time 456 0 0
William Bevoir and Alexander Chalmers, successively Chaplains to the Governor and Commander in Chief, at 6s. 8d. a day; same time 101 6 8
Capt. Alexander Urquhart, as Secretary to the Governor and Commander in Chief, at 10s. a day; same time 152 0 0
John Beaver, as Deputy Judge Advocate and Commissary of the Musters, ditto; same time 152 0 0
Maj. Petrie, as Town Major, at 5s. a day; same time 76 0 0
Capt. Hugh Montgomery, as Town Adjutant, at 3s. a day; same time 45 12 0
Marsh Hollingworth and — Keating, successively Surgeon Major, at 16s. a day; same time 152 0 0
Alexander Gordon and James Urquhart, as Surgeon's mates, at 5s. a day each; same time 152 0 0
John Kemp, as Provost Marshall, at 4s. a day; same time 60 16 0
John Espinoso, as Signalman; 1s. a day; same time 15 4 0
Abraham Thurston, as Turnkey; ditto; same time 15 4 0
2,290 2 8
pay of the Regiments:
the Earl of Barrimore's Regiment of Foot, in part of 8,627l. 9s. 2d. due; 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 Oct. 1714 7,626 13 5
Maj. Gen. Thomas Pearce's Regiment of Foot, in part of 8,609l. 10s. 8d. due; same time 7,513 0 5
Maj. Gen. John Newton's Regiment of Foot, in part of 8,615l. 13s. 4d. due; same time 7,517 12 5
22,657 6 3
total for the Garrison at Gibraltar 24,947l. 8s. 11d.
total for the pay of the Forces and Garrisons in the Low Countries and at Dunkirk, Gibraltar and Minorca; [viz. Low Countries 57,894l. 12s. 8¾d., Dunkirk 48,255l. 18s. 1d.; Minorca 39,172l. 16s. 5d., Gibraltar 24,947l. 8s. 11d.]; 170,270l. 16s. 1¾d.
subsistence of the supernumerary Non-Commissioned Officers and soldiers of the several Regiments disbanded at Minorca and Gibraltar:
General Molesworth's Regiment of Foot; 25 Aug. 1713 to 16 Oct. 1713; by Royal Warrant of 30 Dec. 1719 315 19 6
Maj. Gen. Elliott's Regiment of Foot; 25 Aug. 1713 to 24 Oct. 1714; ditto 3,025 17 8
the Royal Regiment of Fuzileers (Col. O’ Hara's); 25 Aug. 1713 to 21 Nov. 1713; ditto 459 19 6
Maj. Gen. Whetham's Regiment; 25 Aug. 1713 to 24 Feb. 1713–14; ditto 636 19 4
Col. Phillip's Regiment; 25 Aug. 1713 to 24 Nov. 1713; ditto 449 6 0
(total at Minorca 4,888l. 2s. 0d.)
Gen. Sankey's Regiment; 24 Aug. 1713 to 24 Feb. 1713–14; by Royal Warrant of 30 Dec. 1719 562 8 6
Maj. Gen. Pearce's Regiment; 25 Aug. 1713 to 5 Feb. 1713–14; ditto 710 14 0
Gen. Newton's Regiment; 24 Oct. 1713 to 4 Feb. 1713–14 746 17 0
the Earl of Barrymore's Regiment; 25 Aug. 1713 to 3 Feb. 1713–14; ditto 1,055 6 0
the Invalids for their subsistence, 25 June 1713 to 24 June 1714; by Royal Warrant of 30 Dec. 1719 123 7 0
8,086 14 6
(total at Gibraltar 3,198l. 12s. 6d.)
pay of the Officers’ servants of the Regiments in Minorca and Gibraltar:
the Royal Regiment of Fuzileers; 64 Officers’ servants at 8d. a day each; 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 Oct. 1714 648 10 8
Lieut. Gen. Sankey's Regiment; ditto; same time 648 10 8
Maj. Gen. Thomas Whetham's Regiment; ditto; same time 648 10 8
Col. Phillips's Regiment; ditto; same time 648 10 8
the Earl of Barrymore's Regiment; ditto; same time 648 10 8
Maj. Gen. Pearce's Regiment; ditto; same time 648 10 8
Lieut. Gen. Meredith's Regiment (late Maj. Gen. Newton's); ditto; same time 648 10 8
4,539 14 8
extraordinary and contingent payements:
Henry Watkins, as Inspector of the Accompts of the Extraordinaries of the War in the Low Countries, at 40s. a day; 25 Aug. 1713 to 24 June 1714 608 0 0
Lieut. Gen. John Webb, for providing the Queen's Own Regiment of Foot under his command with colours with the Queen's Arms and the Drummers with her liveries, at 80l. per an.; 24 March 1712–13 to 24 March 1714–15 160 0 0
the Royal Regiment of British Dragoons (the Earl of Stair's) for forage in winter quarters; 200 days from 1 Nov. 1713 1,797 4 2
more for the extraordinary charge of forage at Bruges 909 16 9
Col. George Groves for disbursements for his Regiment of Foot (late Brig. Sutton's); 23 Aug. 1714, when the Regiment landed in the Thames from Flanders, to 25 March 1715, when they embarked for Ireland 60 16 0
3,535 16 11
the value of South Sea Stock transferred and paid to several persons for the service of the Forces:
James, Earl of Carnarvon, to reimburse money advanced by him after the expiry of his patent 86,661 3
Sir James Bateman and Sir Theodore Janssen, Samuel Shepheard, Sir Harcourt Masters, John Blunt, Richard Holditch and Jacob Sawbridge, Trustees for the sale of public Stock in the South Sea Corporation, being the value of 8,940l. 8s. 7¾d. in stock transferred for the use of the Public 8,940 8
Matthew Decker, being the value of 1,262l. 4s. 5d. in Stock paid him for Interest at 6l. per cent. on 55,796l. 10s. 6d. advanced in Bills of Exchange payable at Amsterdam and repaid 15 May 1714, etc 1,262 4 5
Sir John Lambert, being the value of 380l. 14s. 3d. in Stock paid him for Interest as above on 18,000l. advanced in Bills of Exchange payable at Port Mahon and Gibraltar, 8 Jan. 1713–14 to 15 May 1714, etc 380 14 3
97,244 10
sums paid to the Officers of several Regiments, ordered to repair to Scotland, being 30 days’ full pay by way of advance:
Col. Kerr's Dragoons 299 10 0
the Earl of Hyndford's ditto 299 10 0
Brig. Grant's Regiment of Foot 398 10 0
Lord Mark Kerr's ditto 318 10 0
Col. Pocock's ditto 398 10 0
Col. Leigh's ditto 377 10 0
2,092 0 0
money paid for several ordinary and extraordinary services:
pay of the Officers of the Hospital at Dunkirk:
Dr. John Friend and Dr. Alexander Sandelands, as Physicians to the Hospital at Dunkirk, at 20s. a day each; 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 June 1714 364 0 0
John Hudson, as Director of the Hospital; same rate; same time 182 0 0
the same, as Director of the Hospitals at Dunkirk and Newport, for his disbursements 3,809 6 6
William Brooking, as Comptroller of the Hospital, at 10s. a day; 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 June 1714 91 0 0
Dr. Edward Coatsworth, as Master Apothecary; same rate; same time; and to Elizabeth Coatsworth his widow and Executrix for medicines furnished by him in the Hospitals of Newport and Dunkirk in 1712, 1713 and 1714 3,309 10 11½
John Browne and Richard Dove, as Master Surgeons, at 10s. a day each; same time 182 0 0
Philip Broom, John Cunningham and William Masters, as Surgeon's mates at 5s. a day each; same time 136 10 0
Mark Halpen and Robert Taylor, at 5s. a day each, as Apothecary's mates; same time 91 0 0
John Wright, as Chaplain, at 6s. 8d. a day; same time 60 13 4
8,226 0
pay of the Officers at the Hospital at Newport:
Dr. John Friend, as Physician, at 20s. a day; 25 June 1714 to 24 Oct. 1714 122 0 0
John Hudson, for himself and clerk, as Director; same rate; same time 122 0 0
William Brooking, as Comptroller of the Hospital, at 10s. a day; same time 61 0 0
William Ore, as Master Apothecary; same rate; same time 61 0 0
Philip Broom, as Apothecary's mate, at 5s. a day; same time 30 10 0
F. Bernard, as Surgeon's mate; same rate; same time 30 10 0
427 0 0
this Accomptant and others for salaries:
Francis Gwyn, as Secretary at War, at 1,000l. per an., 21 Aug. 1713 to 24 Sept. 1714 1,069 12 4
Thomas Moor, this Accomptant, for his own salary of 1,200l. per an., and for his under-officers, clerks etc.; 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 Oct. 1714 2,607 18 6
the same, in satisfaction of his cravings, for the charges of passing his Accompt, etc 3,978 14
John Blechynden, Deputy Paymaster of the Forces in the Low Countries at 30s. a day; 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 Oct. 1714 456 0 0
Henry Neale, ditto in Minorca; same rate; same time 456 0 0
John Conduit, ditto in the Garrison of Gibraltar; same rate; same time 456 0 0
Capt. John Arnot, Paymaster to the Prisoners taken at Almanza and carried into France, for the balance of his accompt; 29 Jan. 1707–8 to 28 Feb. 1709–10 850 12 1
Edward Harley; for the Auditors’ fee 245 0 0
10,119 17
total for the above services 18,772l. 18s. 1¼d.
money lost by remittances of money from Gilbraltar and Port Mahon to England after the supersedure of the Accomptants’ patent 582 10 3
half-pay to sundry Officers and to Officers en second (numbers of each rank, rates and dates given but no names) £ s. d.
Brig. Lepell's Regiment of Dragoons 2,710 4 0
Lieut.-Gen. Stanhope's ditto 2,719 10 6
Col. Labouchetier's ditto 2,997 4 6
Col. De Foissac's ditto 2,182 19 0
Brig. Withers's ditto 2,072 9 6
Col. Desbord's ditto 2,132 12 6
Col. de Magny's ditto 2,182 19 0
Col. de Gually's ditto 1,959 13 0
Col. de Sarland's ditto 2,125 4 0
Sir Daniel Carroll's ditto 2,561 19 0
the Marquis d'Assa's ditto 254 2 0
Lieut. Gen. Echlin's ditto 278 9 6
the Earl of Hyndford's ditto 46 4 0
Col. Kerr's ditto 40 4 0
Col. Leigh's Regiment of Foot 3,147 1 4
Maj. Gen. Rooke's ditto 2,975 15 2
Col. Richard Franks's ditto 3,037 17 8
Col. Nassau's (late Edward Stanhope's)
ditto 2,734 8 8
Col. Kanes's ditto 3,073 11 0
Maj. Gen. Wynn's ditto 3,343 19 10
Col. Butler's ditto 2,841 6 0
Col. William Stanhope's ditto 3,056 4 10
Sir Robert Rich's ditto 2,954 5 0
Sir Charles Hotham's ditto 2,858 18 4
the Lord Mark Kerr's ditto 3,187 19 4
Brig. Stanwix's ditto 2,906 18 6
Brig. Munden's ditto 3,183 19 0
Col. Clayton's ditto 2,536 15 8
Brig. Gore's ditto 3,141 12 0
Col. Tyrrell's ditto 2,756 2 8
Col. Dubourgay's ditto 2,903 0 0
Count Nassau's ditto 2,009 14 0
Brig. Price's ditto 2,924 2 10
the Lord Slane's ditto 2,781 18 2
Col. Fielding's ditto 3,022 5 0
Col. Jones's ditto 2,955 19 2
Brig. Vesey's ditto 3,386 16 2
Brig. Dalzell's ditto 2,796 17 0
Gen. Mordaunt's ditto 2,889 4 2
Col. Molesworth's ditto 2,755 14 2
Maj. Gen. Elliot's ditto 2,742 13 10
Maj. Gen. Evans's ditto 2,473 1 4
Col. Pocock's ditto 2,611 0 10
Col. William Newton's ditto 2,854 9 6
the Royal Regiment of Foot 372 1 6
the Earl of Forfar's ditto 186 3 6
the Royal Regiment of Fuziliers 105 7 0
the Queen's Regiment 169 8 0
Lord North and Gray's Regiment of Foot 211 15 0
Maj. Gen. Hill's ditto 245 8 4
Col. Phillips's ditto 199 14 10
the Earl of Barrymore's ditto 50 19 10
the Earl of Hertford's ditto 290 2 6
Brig. Hamilton's ditto 262 1 10
Brig. Stearn's ditto 211 15 0
the Earl of Orrery's ditto 197 5 0
Brig. Sutton's ditto 88 2 0
Maj. Gen. Sabine's ditto 600 10 8
Maj. Gen. Primrose's ditto 619 3 8
Brig. Preston's ditto 619 8 8
Col. Desney's ditto 349 5 4
Maj. Gen. Sybourge's ditto 767 5 2
Col. Chudleigh's ditto 619 8 8
the First Regiment of Foot Guards 46 4 0
the Second ditto 46 4 0
the Third ditto 46 4 0
Col. Kirk's Regiments of Foot 469 14 0
Maj. Gen. Seymour's ditto 460 14 4
Maj. Gen. Wightman's ditto 409 8 6
Brig. Bretton's ditto 554 16 0
Col. Handasyde's ditto 344 5 2
Col. Alexander's ditto 340 12 4
Col. Churchill's ditto 274 16 8
Col. Goreing's ditto 276 16 0
120,542 7 2
also to several Officers en second; by Regiments, details as before; including Col. Holt's Regiment of Marines 2,238l. 10s. 8d., Col. Borr's ditto 2,469l. 14s. 10d., Maj. Gen. Wills's ditto 2,1,793l. 16s. 8d. and Viscount Shannon's ditto 1,710l. 19s. 10d.; also to several Officers, named, borne on the Establishment and by warrants 8,502l. 13s. 8d., and to Officers at Annapolis Royal, Placentia and New York, not named 3,174l. 0s. 3¼d. 37,445 3 11¼
total for half pay etc. 157,987l. 11s. 1¼d.
total payments and allowances £464,536 9
and so remains 8,063 17
against which depending on sundry persons for money imprested to them:
in the Accompt 25 Aug. 1713 to 24 Dec. 1713:
Col. Richard Kane, Lieut. Governor of Minorca 666 13 4
David, Earl of Portmore, Governor of Gibraltar, and Capt. Alexander Urquhart 334 4 7
1,000 17 11
within the time of this Accompt:
Col. Richard Kane, Lieut. Governor of Minorca 1,665 13 4
Alexander Urquhart, Secretary to the Earl of Portmore, for the Garrison of Gibraltar 638 16
Brig. Francis Nicholson and Col. Joseph Dudley, being so much paid to John Ward to satisfy the last third part of two Bills of Exchange drawn for the cost of transporting the Garrison of Annapolis Royal to France in 1711 807 12
Brig. Richard Sutton, for defraying the charge of bringing over from France to England seven battalions of British Forces about the time of Queen Anne's demise 2,473 5 6
Thomas Moore, appointed to make out debentures upon certificates of the Commissioners for determining the Debts of the Army, for debentures unissued, delivered to him by this Accomptant 316 0 10
5,901 8
6,902 6
and so the Accomptant is Indebted £1,161 10
Auditors’ Memorandum.—There has been issued and paid by this Accomptant within the time of this Accompt, to Samuel Lynn, Paymaster of the Pensions of Officers’ Windows 3,243l. out of deductions from the pay of the Forces, for which he has rendered no accompt.
Declared 27 July 1726. £ s. d.
The said Accomptant is allowed the money repaid into the Exchequer to balance the accompt by tally 17 Feb. 1732–3, 6 Geo. I. 1,161 10
and so the Accomptant is in Surplusage 0 0
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY: CHELSEA HOSPITAL.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1782 [E.351/1782].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1469, ROLL 21 [A.O.1/1469/21].
The final accompt of John Howe, Paymaster of the Royal Hospital near Chelsea.
25 December 1713 to 24 October 1714, with extraordinary payments to 24 June 1719.
Charge £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the Accomptant's hands upon the end of his last preceding Accompt 1,571 10
Receipts: money received etc. for the deduction of 1s. in the 1l. 18,789 1
ditto for the deduction of one day's pay in the year 1,005 1 10½
Voluntary Charges: the legacy of the late Earl of Ranelagh, to the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, for surtout coats for the Non-Commissioned Officers and private men in the Hospital 200 0 0
money received for rent of ground belonging to the Hospital: payable by Richard late Earl of Ranelagh, Lady Catherine Jones and the Earl of Orford 59 5 0
total charge and receipts £21,624 19 5
Discharge. £ s. d.
Salaries: Col. John Hales, Governor, at 500l. per an. for three quarters to 25 Sept. 1714; David Crawford, Lieut. Governor, at 200l. per an., ditto; Richard Bettsworth, First Major, at 150l. per an. ditto; Dr. Emanuel Langford, First Chaplain, at 100l. per an., ditto; Dr. Robert Cannon, Second Chaplain, ditto, ditto; Dr. John Arbuthnot, Physician, ditto, ditto; James Fraser, Secretary, and James Duke Crisp, clerk, ditto, ditto; Benedict Ithell, Deputy Treasurer, ditto, ditto; Florence Kane, Second Major, at 50l. per an., ditto; Robert Inglish, Comptroller, ditto, ditto; Hugh Warren, Surveyor of the Works, at 20l. per an., ditto; Alexander Inglis, Surgeon, at 73l. per an., ditto; Isaac Garnier, Apothecary, at 50l. per an., ditto; Silvanus Tomykyns, Adjutant, at 20l. per an., ditto; surgeon's mate, wardrobe keeper etc., named [as in previous Accompts]; same time 1,957 16 9
provisions detailed (5,686l. 17s. 11¾d.); allowance money (937 1s. 0d.); allowance for invalids on furlough (21l. 1s. 3d.); Thomas Rogers, clothier, for clothing the Invalids (880l. 4s. 8¼d.) and for mourning cloth for the chapel (30l. 2s. 6d.); Isaac Garnier, for internal medicines (555l. 1s. 3d.); Alexander Inglis, for external medicines (534l. 0s. 2d.); Utresia Astley, for disbursements for diet etc. (5l. 14s. 5d.); Jeremiah Hancock, brazier (27l. 10s. 11d.); William Pyke, upholsterer (127l. 7s. 10d.); Mary Langley, pewterer (22l. 12s. 11d.); Robert Walker, turner (53l. 7s. 10d.); Anthony Arrowsmith, linen draper (12l. 14s. 3d.); Thomas Williford, for coals (565l. 5s. 8½d.); Robert Burrell, charcoalman (36l. 9s. 6d.); Joice Wilkinson, widow, for sweeping chimneys (10l. 4s. 0d.); Barthalina Fells, lamp-woman (9l. 16s. 0d.); Edward Castle, stationer (27l. 16s. 6d.); twenty-four nurses, for sand (18l.); William Day, bucket maker, for jacks (6l.); several artificers, detailed with names, for work done (819l. 6s. 10¾d.); in all for provisions and necessaries 10,386 15
payments to invalid Officers and soldiers, outpensioners of the Hospital, detailed: to invalids disabled in the service (104l. 5s. 8d.); for quartering out-patients (30l. 10s.); for payments to out-pensioners in the Infirmary etc. (301l. 4s. 10d.); for subsistence for invalid outpensioners (610l. 5s. 5d.); and for burials (47l.) 1,093 5 11
money paid as bounty to enable several invalid soldiers to return home when reduced 196 7 6
sundry annual allowances, detailed, paid out of the deductions of 12d. in the 1l. and of one day's pay 5,831 10 10
legacy under Lord Ranelagh's Will; annual payments to each light horseman in the Hospital, to the matrons etc. (60l. 10s.), the balance (63l. 10s) being transferred to Robert Walpole 124 0 0
money paid into the Exchequer 2,035 2 10
total payments and allowances £21,624 19
and so the Accomptant is in Surplusage 0 0
Declared 30 October 1719.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY: TRANSPORT SERVICE.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2988 [E.351/2988].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2308, ROLL 20 [A.O.1/2308/20.
Thomas Micklethwaite, Receiver and Paymaster of the Transport Service
29 September 1713 to 29 September 1714.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the Accomptant's hands upon the end of his last Accompt 60,992 6
depending upon sundry other persons particularly named at the foot of the said last Accompt 57,931 6 11¼
Receipts: South Sea Stock transferred to this Accomptant by Charles Caæer, Treasurer of the Navy, 14 Oct. 1713, by Lord Treasurer's Warrant of 2 Oct. 1713 20,332 15 11
the dividened of 3l. per cent. payable by the South Sea Company at Xmas 1712, Midsummer 1713 and Xmas 1713, on such Stock as remained in the Accomptant's hands at these several dates, detailed 294 14 4
interest due on 49 tallies and orders on the Half Subsidy 1708, struck 9 Dec. 1708 in the Accomptant's name and sold and disposed of under Treasury letter of 9 Oct. 1713 and Lord Treasurer's Warrant of 14 Jan. 1713—14. 8,912 1 9
money received for stores sold, returned out of the Transport Ships which carried Forces from Dunkirk to Ireland, detailed 342 6
money received from several persons for freight of goods 44 0 0
29,925 18
money received at the Exchequer etc., in discharge of tallies issued for this service 53,101 19
total charge and receipts £201,951 11 4
Discharge.
money paid within the time of this Accompt to sundry masters of ships hired into the Transport service for freight and interest at 6l. per cent. per an.;
the ship Crown (Francis Rogers, master) in full of 7,735l. 2s. 6d. at 11s. 6d. per ton per month less payments on account and 52l. 5s. 11d.for provisions and stores short returned; 28 March 1710 to 31 Jan. 1712—13 (discharged in the Thames) 4,021 4 7
the William and Matthew (Thomas Green, master) in full of 7,305l. 11s. 5d. at the same rate and of 9l. 4s. for a Swedish pass and 11l. 1s. 3d. for interest, less payments on account and 85l. 18s. 7d. for provisions etc. short returned; 28 March 1710 to 11 March 1712—13 (discharged in the Thamas) 3,578 6 1
the John and Thomas (Thomas Mustard, master) in full of 7,100l. 19s. 6d. at the same rate less payments on account and 12s. 6d. for stores short returned 3,698 13 8
the Timothy (Philip Gill, master) in full at 8s. 6d. per ton per calendar month; 10 June 1713 to 1 Sept. 1713 (discharged in the Thames) 190 4 3
the Three Brothers (Christopher Yeoman, master), in full at the same rate; 10 June 1713 to 2 Sept. 1713 (discharged in the Thames) 221 18 7
the Baltimore (William Dowell, master) in full of 279l. 6s. 2d.; same rate; 25 July 1713 to 27 Sept. 1713 (discharged in Plymouth harbour) 266 3 11
the Patience (Stephen Marsh, master) in full of 380l. 7s. 4d. at the same rate less 32s. 5d. for provisions etc. short returned; 3 June 1713 to 3 Oct. 1713 (discharged in the Thames) 378 14 11
the ship Burlington (John Thompson, owner; Edmund May, master), in full of 106l. 6s. 11d. at the same rate less 6d. for provisions etc. short returned; 15 July 1713 to 3 Oct. 1713 (discharged in the Thames) 106 6 5
the Diligence (John Thompson, owner; Thomas Smith, master) in full of 340l. 2s. 1d. at the same rate less 9l. 16s. 1d. for provisions etc. short returned; 14 July 1713 to 21 Oct. 1713 (discharged in the Thames) 330 6 0
the ship Watkins (John Thompson, owner; Francis Vickerman, master) in full of 142l. 0s. 11d. at the same rate less 6l. 19s. 6d. for provisions short returned; 24 July 1713 to 21 Oct. 1713 (discharged in the Thames) 136 1 5
the Orkney (John Thompson, owner; John Yeoman, after Francis Greame, master) in full of 356l. 8s. 8d. at the same rate less 7l. 18s. 9d. for provisions etc. short returned; 28 July 1713 to 23 Oct. 1713 (discharged in the Thames) 348 9 11
the Goatly frigate (Henry Stoakes, master) in full of 242l. 7s. 3d. at the same rate less 6s. 5d. for provisions short returned; 20 July 1713 to 21 Oct. 1713 (discharged in the Thames) 242 0 10
the Francis and Susan (Isaac Sayers, master) in full of 363l. 14s. 9d. at the same rate less 18d. for provisions short returned; 2 June 1713 to 5 Oct. 1713 (discharged in the Thames) 363 13 3
the Olive Branch (William Lever, master), in full of 423l. 17s. 1d. at the same rate less 4l. 2s. 9d. for provisions etc. short returned; same time 419 14 4
the Edward's Adventure ship (Edward Jackson, master) in full of 448l. 4s. 11d. at the same rate less 59s. 10d. for provisions etc. short returned; same time 445 5 1
the Mary Ann (John Charlton, master) in full of 385l. 10s. 4d. at the same time less 4l. 9s. 2d. for provisions short returned; same time 381 1 2
the Mordecai (Robert Carter, master) in full of 406l. 17s. 5d. at the same rate less 3l. 15s. 9d. for provisions etc. short returned; same time 403 1 8
the John and Mary (William Pearson, master) in full of 370l. 14s. 2d. at the same rate less 6s. 7d. for provisions short returned; same time 370 7 7
the ship Blessing (Henry Pearson, master) in full of 381l. 12s. 1d. at the same rate less 22s. 8d. for provisions short returned; same time 380 9 5
the John's Goodwill (Robert Bland, master) in full of 373l. 6s. 5d. at the same rate less 4l. 10s. 6d. for provisions short returned; same time 368 15 11
the Prosperous (Richard Bowell, master) in full of 683l. 18s. 7d. at the same rate less 4l. 0s. 5d. for provisions short returned; same time 679 18 2
the Turbutt (Richard Lacy, master) in full of 429l. 18s. 3d. at the same rate, less 11s. 4d. for provisions short returned; 3 June 1713 to 5 Oct. 1713 429 6 11
the John and William (Edward Cock, master) in full of 554l. 10s. 7d. at the same rate less 31s. 9d. for provisions etc. short returned; 4 June 1713 to 5 Oct. 1713 552 18 10
the Coleman (Thomas Raffe, master) in full of 710l. 10s. 5d. at the same rate less 5l. 10s. for provisions etc. short returned; same time 705 0 5
the Castleton (William Cole, master) in full at the same rate, less 13s. 10d. for provisions short returned; same time 440 5 4
the Owner's Adventure (Mark Noble, master) in full of 477l. 14s. at the same rate less 3s. 1d. for provisions and stabling short returned; 5 June 1713 to 5 Oct. 1713 477 10 11
the Robert (Robert Perry, master) in full at the same rate; 6 June 1713 to 23 Oct. 1713 727 16 3
the Two Brothers(Henry Walker, master), in full of 463l. 12s. 1d. at the same rate less 4l. 5s. 8d. for provisions etc. short returned; 6 June 1713 to 5 Oct. 1713 459 6 5
the John and Jane (Peter Barker, master) in full of 333l. 3s. 1d. at the same rate less 19s. 6d. for provisions short returned; 8 June 1713 to 5 Oct. 1713 332 3 7
the Sarah (George Storey, master) in full of 425l. 0s. 4d. at the same rate, less 7l. 17s. 5d. for provisions etc. short returned; 12 June 1713 to 5 Oct. 1713 417 2 11
the Thomas and Mary (Thomas Frampton, owner; Albert Blacklock, master) in full of 214l. 17s. 2d. at the same rate, less 4s. 6d. for 54 lb. of bread short returned; 14 June 1713 to 5 Oct. 1713 214 12 8
the Wright (Robert Cole, master) in full at the same rate, and 30s. for 144 gallons of beer supplied to Lord Harwich's men at 2½ d. a gallon 695 12 7
the Nightingale. (Samuel Sharpe, master) in full at the same rate; same time 530 16 5
the ship London. (John Margerum, master) in full of 624l. 18s. 10d. at the same rate, less 2s. 6d. for stabling short returned; 6 June 1713 to 23 Oct. 1713 624 16 4
the Acton (John Hammond, master) in full at the same rate; 13 June 1713 to 23 Oct. 1713 538 13 9
the Richard (James Hartley, master) in full of 383l. 18s. 6d. less 11s. 6d. for provisions etc. short returned; hired to transport the Forces from Dunkirk to Ireland 14 July 1713 to her discharge in the Thames 23 Oct. 1713 383 7 0
the same for freight of cask and stabling brought from Holland to the Transport Stores at the Red House 25 May 1711, with 7s. 4d. for interest 3 10 8
the Metford (Andrew Joad, master) in full of 101l. 1s. 3d. at 7s. per ton, less 13s. 6d. for stores short returned; hired to transport the Forces from Dunkirk to Leith in North Britain 15 March 1713 to her discharge in the Thames 20 April 1714 95 7 9
the Rebecca (William Mewes, master) hired upon the like account, in full of 152l. 14s. at the same rate less 26s. 9d. for stores short returned; 9 March 1713 to 20 April 1714 151 7 3
the Edward's Adventure(Edward Jackson, master) ditto, in full of 123l. 1s. at the same rate and of 18l. 15s. 5d. for freight of stores etc. brought from Leith to Deptford, less 26s. for stores short returned; same time 140 10 5
the Three Martins (Robert Thompson, master), burthen 355½ tons, hired to transport soldiers from Dunkirk to Dover at 5s. a head on 502 foot soldiers and in proportion for any greater number with 9s. per ton per month demurrage, for 622 men of Maj. Gen. Winn's Regiment in the first voyage, 50 horses of the Royal Regiment of Dragoons (to be paid for as 502 men) in the second voyage and 550 men of Col. Newton's Regiment in the third voyage; 14 May 1713 to 3 Sept. 1713; freight of 1,674 men, 418l. 10s., demurrage 1 month 14 days 221l. 8s. 6d. 639 18 6
the Friendship (John Hammond, master) burthen 296¼ tons, hired for the above service at 5s. per head on 450 foot soldiers and in proportion for more, with 9s. per ton per month demurrage, for 512 men of Col. Kane's Regiment in the first voyage, 509 men of Col. Leigh's Regiment in the second voyage, 40 horses of the Royal Regiment of Dragoons (to be paid for as 450 men) in the third voyage and 400 men of Col. Pocock's Regiment (to be paid for as 450 men) in the fourth voyage; 20 May 1713 to 3 Sept. 1713; freight on 1,921 men 480l. 5s. demurrage one month two days 142l. 4s. less 2s. 6d. for stabling short returned 622 6 6
the Mary and Matthew (Henry West, master) for bringing over 220 reduced men from Dunkirk to Dover (95 men of Col. Chudleigh's Regiment and 125 men of Maj. Gen. Seymour's) at 3s. 6d. per head 38 10 0
the Samuel (Henry Vaughan, master) for bringing over from Dunkirk to Dover 100 reduced men of Maj. Gen. Sabine's Regiment; at 3s. 6d.ahead 17 10 0
the Prosperity (William Emerson, master) for transporting from Ostend to Deptford 50 horses of Lord Windsor's Regiment at 38s. per horse and for 7s. 6d. paid by the master for the ships lying in the Sass to take in the horses 95 7 6
the Friends’ Adventure (Richard Mocket, master) for transporting from Ostend to the Thames 52 horses of Lord Windsor's Regiment at 38s. per horse and for 7s. 6d. paid for lying in the Sass and for 17s. 6s. paid for sending an express from Ostend to Ghent, less 18d. for an oat sack short returned 99 19 6
the Resolution (John Marshall, master) for transporting 48 horses of Lord Windsor's Regiment from Ostend to Deptford at 38s. per horse 91 4 0
the Prosperous Anne (John Pine, master) for transporting 50 horses of Lord Windsor's Regiment from Ostend to Deptford at 38s. per horse and for 7s. 6d. paid for lying in the Sass 95 7 6
the Castleton (William Cole, master) for transporting 56 horses of Gen. Lumley's Regiment from Ostend to Deptford at 38s. per horse and for 7s. 6d. paid for lying in the Sass, less 3s. for stabling short returned 106 12 6
the Norfolk (William Seagoe, master) for transporting 66 horses of Gen. Lumley's Regiment from Ostend to Deptford at 38s. per horse and for 7s. 6d. paid for lying in the Sass 125 15 6
the Nathaniel and John (Charles Hales, master) for transporting 54 horses of Gen. Lumley's Regiment from Ostend to Deptford at 38s. per horse and for 7s. 6d. paid for lying in the Sass 102 19 6
the Sea Adventure (Thomas Scot, master) for transporting 70 horses of Gen. Lumley's Regiment from Ostend to Deptford at 38s. per horse, less 5s. for stabling short returned 132 15 0
the John's Goodwill (Robert Bland, master) for transporting 54 horses of Gen. Lumley's Regiment from Ostend to Deptford at 38s. per horse and for 7s. 6d. paid for lying in the Sass 102 19 6
the Dorothy (William Johnson, master) for transporting 32 horses of the Earl of Stair's Regiment from Ostend to Deptford at 38s. per horse 60 16 0
the Francis and Rachell (John Tomlin, master) for transporting 54 horses of the Earl of Stair's Regiment from Ostend to Deptford at 38s. per horse and for 7s. 6d. paid for lying in the Sass 102 19 6
the John's Goodwill (John Brooke, master) for transporting 42 horses of the Earl of Stair's Regiment from Ostend to Deptford at 38s. per horse and for 7s. 6d. paid for lying in the Sass, less 5s. for stores short returned 79 18 6
the William and Mary (Andrew Brown, master) for transporting 48 horse of the Earl of Stair's Regiment from Ostend to Deptford at 38s. per horse less 5s. for stabling short returned 90 19 0
the Thomas and Bartholomew (Richard Hornett, master) for transporting 40 horses of the Earl of Stair's Regiment from Ostend to Deptford at 38s. per horse and for 7s. 6d. paid for lying in the Sass, less 12d. for stabling short returned 76 6 6
the Elizabeth (John Deman, master) for transporting 44 horses of the Earl of Stair's Regiment from Ostend to Deptford at 38s. per horse and for 7s. 6d. paid for lying in the Sass 83 19 6
the Two Brothers (Samuel Moody, master) for transporting 48 horses of the Earl of Stair's Regiment from Ostend to Deptford at 38s. per horse and for 7s. 6d. paid for lying in the Sass 91 11 6
the Hopewell (John Lister, master) for transporting 34 horses of the Earl of Stair's Regiment from Ostend to Deptford at 38s. per horse, and for 7s. 6d. paid for lying in the Sass, less 2s. for stabling short returned 64 17 6
the Greyhound (Thomas Brooks, master), hired to transport 100 men with their Officers from the Downs or Dover to New York in full of 520l. for transporting and victualling 104 men belonging to the Company of Brig. Hunter, Governor of New York, at 5l. per head, less 150l. advanced and 6s. 8d. for 100 sets of bedding at 8s. 8d. per set and 15l. 9s. 8d. for 100 cabins with one necessary house, which goods do not appear to have been delivered at New York 311 3 8
(total for the hire of ships as above 28,485l. 0s. 9d.)
money paid in part and upon account for the hire of several transport ships; with interest; detailed:
the Tyger (Robert Atwood, owner; Thomas Jackson, master) 561 12 3
the John and Sarah (William Ingledew, master), burthen 366 tons 427 8 3
the John and Sarah (Richard Peartree, master), burthen 119¼ tons 276 14 0
the Mountfort (Henry Towart, master) 498 19 5
the John and Elizabeth (John Cobb, master) 539 13 5
the Smirna Factor (Jacob Saunders, owner) 870 6 7
the Three Pilgrims (Richard Newman, master) 1,407 12 3
the Union (Richard Harle, master) 933 18 4
the William (Nicholas Clare, master) 595 5 5
(total on account as above 6,111l. 9s. 11d.)
34,596 10 8
payments for interest at 6l. per cent. per an. for arrears of interest on the balance of the Ships’ accompts made principal from 25 March 1711, detailed:
the Concord (Richard Filbeck, master); the Favour (William Atkinson, master); the William and Mary (Joseph Lawrence, master); the Sea Flower (John Robinson, master); the Pearle (William Bowman, master); the Ruby (Anthony Whiteside, master); the Vine (Erasmus Lowes, master); the Laurell (Henry Steele, master); the Sarah (William Nicholson, master); the Supply (William Lawrence, master); the America Merchant (Francis Jackson, master); the Agreement (Edward Barrow, master) 728 11 7
interest at 6 per cent. on Bills of Exchange drawn on the Commissioners for Transports by Messrs. Arnold's, their Correspondents at Portsmouth and not paid in due time; detailed 30 6 3
total for interest etc. as above 758l. 17s. 10d.
money paid for provisions bought etc. for subsisting of Forces in their transportation, detailed: £ s. d.
William Lea, for 32,700 lb. of Cheshire cheese and 8,175 1b. of butter delivered on board 7 transport ships in the Thames for transporting Forces from Dunkirk to Ireland 533 9 6
the same for 9,000 lb. of Cheshire cheese and 2,250 1b. of butter delivered on board 3 transport ships in the Thames for transporting Forces from Dunkirk to North Britain 146 14 1
Philip Browne & Co., for 160 cwt. 2 qr. 24 1b. of bisquett delivered on board 3 transport ships as above 115 5 1
James Harryman, for 20 tuns, 3 barrels 19 gallons of beer delivered on board 2 transport ships in the Thames for transporting Forces from Dunkirk to Leith in North Britain 47 10 2
Walraven Copleston and Co., for 20 tuns 5 barrels of beer delivered on board 2 transport ships in the Thames for transporting Forces as above and for two butts and two hogsheads of cask 50 14 8
Philip Browne & Co., for 105 qrs. of oats delivered on board several transport ships in the Thames for the horses to be transported from Ostend to the Thames 67 5 9
John Hone, for having built at Dover on board 3 transport ships 178 stables for transporting Forces from Dunkirk to Dover and for 22 2/8 quarters of oats, 42 oat sacks and 5 load of hay 74 19 2
Richard Wright, for having built on board 8 transport ships in the Thames 402 stables for horses to be transported from Dunkirk to Ireland and for 202 cabins and 2 necessary houses on 2 transports for Forces to be transported from Ireland to Newfoundland 200 11 0
John Towers, for having built on board 9 transport ships in the Thames 394 stables for horses to be transported from Dunkirk to Ireland and for 152 cabins and one necessary house for Forces to be transported from Ireland to Newfoundland 185 1 10
the same, for having built on board 5 transport ships in the Thames 292 stables for horses to be transported from Ostend to the Thames 20 13 8
John Hone, for having built on board 7 transport ships in the Thames 328 stables for horses to be transported from Ostend to the Thames 28 8 8
Richard Wright, for having built on board 5 transport ships in the Thames 222 stables for horses to be transported as above 15 14 6
Joseph Curle, for lighterage in the Thames 23 1 7
Abraham Eadrop, for ditto 57 6 8
Thomas Allen and Richard Spooner for making cask at the Red House 283 18 0
the same Thomas Allen and Co., for heading etc. cask 16 2 4
1,866 16 8
salaries and incidents:
salaries: the Commissioners for managing the affairs of Transportation (Samuel Atkinson, Nicholas Roope and Thomas Colby, the three Managers, 1,200l.; Thomas Micklethwaite, this Accomptant, Receiver and Paymaster, for himself and clerks, 500l.; chief clerk, accomptant, clerks, storekeeper etc., named and detailed 806l. 0s. 6d.; Peter Crispe, Agent for Transports attending the Fleet abroad, half year to Xmas 1713 150l. 2,656 0 6
contingent charges: William Thornburgh for rent of the Office 45l.; William Rea for smith's work 3l. 17s.; Jacob Hinde for stationery, 286l. 9s. 9d.; Thomas Woolhead, for candles 24l. 15s. 4d.; Abraham Eadrop, for coal 15l. 11s. 1d.; Anthony Philip, for warehouse rent 44l. 8s. 8d.; John Fremantle, for ditto 55l. 13s. 3d.; the same for wharfage 20l. 10s.; watermen attending Peter Crispe in the Mediterranean, named, 344l. 10s. 8d.; Capt. Henry Collins and Jonas Shish for having measured 42 ships, 50l. 8s.; Robert Cole, master of the ship Wright for his care of the embarcation from Dunkirk to Ireland 15l. 10s.; Richard Rugg for going on board 13 Sail of Transports to hasten them away and for sending orders to the Hope etc. 1l.; Richard Heath, Storekeeper at the Red House for disbursements 70l. 5s. 1d; John Gardner, deceased, late Messenger, for postage etc. 125l. 3s. 2d.; John Crooke, Messenger, for ditto 141l. 2s. 7d.; John Arnold, Correspondent at Portsmouth, for disbursements 52l. 3s. 11d.; Thomas Micklethwait, this Accomptant, for Exchequer fees etc. 65l. 6s. 5d.; Thomas Bedell, Accomptant to the Commissioners for stating the Accompt of the Transport Debt, to be subscribed into South Sea Company's stock, 50l.; Thomas Foley, for the Auditor's fee 100l. 1,511 14 6
total for salaries and incidents 4,167l. 15s. 5d.
tallies delivered up, assigned or transferred: tallies on the Land Tax 1711, 1,866l. 19s. 2d., and on the Malt Tax 1711, 11,547l. 9s. 8d, delivered up at the Exchequer; tallies on the Half Subsidy 1709,10,000l. and on the Half Subsidy 1708, 29,687l. 10s. 9¾d., sold to the Bank of England and other private persons, charged both at the foot of the last accompt and in this accompt as money received 53,101 19
money paid into the Exchequer, arising by the sale of the abovementioned tallies 30,000 0 0
£124,492 0
and so remains 77,459 11
against which depending:
within the time of the accompt 14 April 1708 to 30 Sept. 1709:
on Samuel Atkinson, a Manager for Transports, for so much paid on his Bills of Exchange, detailed 577 13
on James Arnold and John Arnold, Correspondents at Portsmouth, for the like 20,996 0 0
on Thomas Tyrer and George Tyrer, Correspondents at Leverpool, for the like 696 5 11
on Peter Hill, Correspondent at Falmouth, for the like 560 0 0
on John Addis, Correspondent at Plymouth, for the like 59 14 1
on Thomas Coates, Correspondent at Whitehaven, for the like 785 4 4
on Messrs. Stepney and Goddard, Agents at Lisbon, for the like 3,037 1 8
on Gilbert Wardlow, Agent attending the Fleet, for the like 11,794 4 0
on Peter Crisp, in Wardlow's room, for the like 150 0 0
on Capt. Henry Cartwright, for the like sum paid James Brydges, Paymaster General of the Forces, in repayment of three Bills of Exchange drawn for the charge of Transports taken up at Ostend, upon the late intended invasion by the French 14,000 0 0
for the year to Michaelmas 1710:
Aldred Liele, master of the Southwold, in full of a Bill of Exchange 12 15 3
Thomas and George Tyrer, Correspondents at Leverpool, for the like 475 0 0
John Addis, at Plymouth, for the like 44 12 8
Lewis Frost, Francis Rogers and Thomas Green, masters respectively of the Anne, the Crown, and the William and Matthew, for the like 83 0 0
Nicholas Roope, a Commissioner of Transports, for the like 260 19 9
Thomas and George Tyrer, Correspondents at Leverpool, for the like 600 0 0
for the year to Michaelmas 1711: for the like 100 0 0
for the year to Michaelmas 1711:
Gilbert Wardlow, as above, for money imprested 100 0 0
Peter Crisp, Agent in the Mediterranean, on two Bills of Exchange 475 0 0
Abraham Babington, Storekeeper at the Redhouse, for disbursements 20 0 0
John Crooke, Messenger, for money imprested 130 0 0
Thomas Bedell, Accomptant, for disbursements 50 0 0
Culverwell Needler, for a lawsuit between the Commissioners and the owners of the ship William and Shepheard (Henry Hornigold, master) and for other suits 180 0 0
for the year to Michaelmas 1712:
Nicholas Roope, a Manager of the Transport Service, for so much paid on his Bills of Exchange 462 11 3
Messrs. Thomas and George Tyrer, Correspondents at Leverpool, for the like 55 13 6
John Addis, Correspondent at Plymouth, for the like 45 0 9
Gilbert Wardlow, late Agent for Transports, on accompt of what he claims due to him on the balance of his accompt 200 0 0
John Crooke, Messenger, for money imprested 20 0 0
for the year to Michaelmas 1713:
Charles Cæsar, Navy Treasurer, for reimbursements of the third, fourth and fifth payments of the Dilicia hospital 888 0 0
William Streeke, for money imprested to buy hay 500 0 0
Sir James Abercrombie, Commandant at Dunkirk, for a Bill of Exchange 187 10 0
Thomas Bedell, Accomptant to the Transport Office, for money imprested 50 0 0
Robert Wardlow, late Agent for Transports, for money imprested to him on accompt of what he claims due to him 150 0 0
within the time of this Accompt:
John Crooke, Messenger, for money imprested 100 0 0
Richard Heath, Storekeeper, at the Redhouse, for ditto 70 0 0
William Streeke, for ditto to buy hay 60 0 0
Peter Crispe, Agent attending the Transports abroad, for so much on his Bill of Exchange at Mahon 190 0 0
£58,166 6 11¼
and so the said Accomptant is Indebted £19,293 4 2
[Auditor Foley's] Memorandum. Whereas the payments allowed the Accomptant have been made by him upon the warrants or orders of the Commissioners for Transportation, the said Commissioners remain accomptable for the disposal and expenditure of the provisions and for the money issued by their orders: £ s. d.
in the First Accompt to Michaelmas 1909 197,221 10
in the Second Accompt to Michaelmas 1710 179,101 0 3
in the Third Accompt to Michaelmas 1711 31,537 3 10
in the Fourth Accompt to Michaelmas 1712 165,616 0 7
in the Fifth Accompt to Michaelmas 1713 43,617 19 1
in the present Accompt to Michaelmas 1714 41,525 0 7
The said Commissioners are likewise to accompt for the disposal and expenditure of the stores, as well as for the Payments made by their orders by John Nuting, and Charles Mason, the preceding Paymasters.
[Further] Memorandum. There is allowed in the years 1712 and 1713 the sum of 975l. paid to Capt. Thomas Lovell for carrying men etc. from the Thames to the coast of Africa, which sum is to be repaid by the African Company to the Commissioners, who will then be charged therewith.
Declared 12 September 1715.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY: OFFICERS’ WIDOWS’ PENSIONS.
No Pipe Office Roll.
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 233, ROLLS 808 AND 809 [A.O.1/233/808 and 809]. (fn. 1)
Samuel Lynn, Receiver and Paymaster of the Royal Bounty for the support etc. of Widows of Officers who were killed or died in the service.
25 December 1713 to 24 October 1714.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: none, this being the Accomptant's first and only Accompt for this service nil
Receipts: money received of Thomas Moore, late Paymaster of the Forces abroad, 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 Oct. 1714 3,246 0 0
and received of Edward Sainthill, Paymaster of the King's Bounty to Officers’ Widows, for the expenses of audit and of passing the Accompt 68 15 0
total charge and receipts £3,314 15 0
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
payments to Widows of Officers; under Royal Signs Manual of 18 May and 5 Nov. 1713:
the Earl of Orkney's Regiment: Sarah Bailey and Hannah Murray, Captains' widows at 26l. per an. each; Barbara Moore, Elinor Haigley, Elizabeth Vernol, Elizabeth Inglis and Mary Cooper, Lieutenants’ widows, at 20l.per an. each; Grace Mackleroy and Jane Bissett, Ensigns’ widows, and Elizabeth Bowlay, a Surgeon's widow, at 16l. per an. each; 25 Dec. 1713 to 24 Oct. 1714 166 13 4
Lord Forfar's, late Selwin's: Mary Scott, a Captain's widow; Helena Melvil, Elizabeth Leadman and Catherine Payne, Lieutenants’ widows; rates as above; same time 71 13 4
Duke of Argyll's: Anne Chivers, a Major's widow, at 30l. per an.; same time 25 0 0
General Pearce's: Barbara Lowett, a Lieut. Colonel's widow, at 40l. per an.; Elizabeth Lloyd and Anne Leicester, Captains’ widows; Sarah Johnson, Adere Ould and Martha Banks, Lieutenants’ widows; Mary Lloyd, an Ensign's widow; rates as above; same time 140 0 0
Royal Fuziliers: Johanna Simpson, a Major's widow; Francisca Salter, Cornelia Turner, Abigail Brydall and Hannah Cooke, Captains’ widows; Alice Fogg, Elizabeth Campion, Martha Crumpton, Jane Jefferay and Mary Burningham, Lieutenants’ widows; same rates as above; same time 195 0 0
Lieutenant Webb's Regiment: Rachel Ramsay, a Lieut. Colonel's widow; Isabella Campbell, Mary Clavers and Martha Smith, Lieutenants’ widows; rates as above; same time 83 6 8
Lord North and Gray's: Charity Sandys, Martha Cunningham and Anne Middleton, Captains’ widows; Mary Lane and Martha Naish, Lieutenants' widows; rates as above; same time 98 6 8
General Hill's: Mary Kemys, a Major's widow; Mary Gilbert and Elizabeth Hill, Captains’ widows; Jane Goodear, Mary Little and Mary Hume, Lieutenants’ widows; rates as above; same time 131 13 4
Earl of Hertford's: Anne Tancred, a Captain's widow; Dinah Kerr and Jane Dickenson, Lieutenants’ widows; the four children of Lieut. Calders; Jane Beaty, an Ensign's widow; rates as above; same time 85 0 0
Col. Phillips's; Anne Blake, a Major's widow; Elinor Bigg, Mary Paris, Elizabeth Fenn, Elianor Wiseman, Mercy Livesay and Mary Carr, Captains’ widows; Sarah Nuttall, a Lieutenant's widow; Catherine Forrester, an Ensign's widow; rates as above; same time 185 0 0
Earl of Barrymore's: Mary Booth, Sarah Dunkin and Jane Edwards, Captains' widows; Anne Cross, a Lieutenant's widow; rates as above; same time 81 13 4
Earl of Orrery's: Rachel Rowe, a Major's widow; Agnes Vandergracht, Rebecca Purvis, Angelina Patillo and Ruth Platt, Lieutenants’ widows; rates as above; same time 91 13 4
Brig. Stern's: Margaret Brace, Anne Laughlin and Mary Lillie, Captains' widows; Anne Rollestone, a Lieutenant's widow; Lettice Young, a Surgeon's widow; same rates; same time 95 0 0
Maj. Gen. Newton's: Mary Wrightson, a Captain's widow; Edith Felto and Elizabeth Fenwick, Lieutenants' widows; rates as above; same time 55 0 0
Brig. Sutton's: Elizabeth Craddock, a Major's widow; Rachel Penny, a Lieutenant's widow; rates as above; same time 41 13 4
Maj. Gen. Wetham's: Mary Johnson, a Major's widow; Anne Rutlidge, Mary Baird and Naomi Corry, Captains' widows; Elizabeth Ellistone and Elizabeth Griffin, Lieutenants’ widows; Penelope Keeble, Mary Parks, Mary Lovell, Ensigns’ widows; rates as above; same time; Sarah Otway an Ensign's widow at 16l. per an. to 24 Aug. 1714 only 174 0 0
Col. Disney's: Johanna Whiteaker and Mary Musgrave, two Captains’ widows; Alice Lister, Mary Forster and Elizabeth Baynes, three Lieutenants' widows; Francis Eyre, an Ensign's widow; rates as above; to 24 Oct. 1714 106 13 4
Lieut. Gen. Sankey's: Jane Gardiner and Mary Hodgkinson, Captains’ widows; Elizabeth Ball, Anne Darby and Elizabeth Wilkinson, Lieutenants' widows; Elizabeth Carter, an Ensign's widow; rates as above; same time 106 13 4
Brig. Hamilton's: Christian Lichere, a Captain's widow; Darkes Leary, Rebecca Davies, Anne Serle and Catherine Coulter, Lieutenants' widows; Jane Blanford and Margaret Blethin, Ensigns’ widows; rates as above; same time 115 0 0
Lieut. Gen. Holt's Marines: Constantia Rodney, a Lieut. Col.'s widow; Jane Pickering, Elizabeth Sixt Dalhem, Mary Betsworth and Anne Applin, Captains' widows; Maria Westcot, Elizabeth Stawell and Elizabeth Busby, First Lieutenants’ widows; 20l. per an. each; same time; Anne Rowney, another, to 24 April 1714 only; same rate; Granada Pargiter and Mary Elleger, Second Lieutenants’ widows; 16l. per an. each; to 24 Oct. 1714 203 6 8
Maj. Gen. Wills's Marines: Margaret Harris, a Captain's widow; Rachel Dobson and Elizabeth Littleton, First Lieutenants widows; rates as above; same time; Elizabeth Barnard, another, rate as above to 24 April 1714; Judith Buck, Martha Clark and Catherine Harrison, Second Lieutenants’ widows; 16l. per an.; to 24 Oct. 1714 101 13 4
Brig. Borr's Marines: Elizabeth Powney, a First Lieutenant's widow, 20l. per an., same time; Catherine Atkinson, ditto, ditto; to 24 Aug. 1714; Silvie Marchegay and Mary Bowles, Second Lieutenants’ widos; 16l. per an. each, to 24 Oct. 1714 78 6 8
Lord Shannon's Marines: Rebecca Boyle and Anne Miles, Captains’ widows; Margaret Golphin, Jane Hill, Isabella Brown and Margaret Haslam, First Lieutenant’ widows, rates as above; same time 110 0 0
2,542 6 8
Royal Bounty to Officers and widows:
Margaret Jenkins, a Captain's widow in Sabine's Regiment, 26l. per an.; Joyce Bush, a Lieutenant's widow in Handasyde's; Elizabeth Taylor, ditto of Molesworth's; Margaret Hamilton, ditto of Gorge's; Mary French, ditto of Gore's; Elizabeth Crooke, ditto, of Stern's; Mary Graham, ditto, of Disney's; Hester Corbett, ditto, of a Company at New York, 20l. per an.; Margaret Thornton, an Ensign's widow, of Molesworth's; Elizabeth Abington, ditto, of Peterborough's; Mary Jackson, ditto, of Hertford's; Sarah Halhead, ditto, of Siburgh's; 16l. per an. each; all to 24 Oct. 1714; by Royal Warrant of 20 Nov. 1713 191 13 4
Deborah Fitzmauric, a Lieut. Colonel's widow of Lord Slane's Regiment, 40l. per an.; Martha Walkenden, widow of a Captain, late an Exempt of the Horse Guards, 26l. per an.; Catherine ditto, late a Brigadier of the Horse Fackenhoff, an Ensign's widow of Brig. Corbett's Regiment, 16l. per an.; same time; by like Warrant of 3 March 1713–14 85 0 0
the following from 25 April 1714; Martha Staniforth, a Major's widow of Lieut. Gen. Carpenter's Regiment, 30l. per an.; Helen Innis, a Captain's widow, of Portmore's, Anne Pearse, ditto, of Slane's; Mary Murray, ditto, of the Third Regiment of Guards; Troth Griffith, ditto, of the Invalids; Sarah Clark, ditto, of Barrymore's, Mary Lucas, ditto of Gually's, Frances Brockett, ditto, of the Invalids, 26l. per an. each; Elizabeth Richardson, a
Lieutenant's widow of Sabine's Regiment; Isabella Dickson, ditto, of Orkney's, Mary Eastwood, ditto, of Kane's, Mary Denny, ditto, of Disney's, Anne Bourdeux, ditto, of Farrington's, Mary Proctor, ditto, of Port more's, Mary Sinclair and Margaret Coombs, ditto, of Hertford's, Anne Robinson, ditto, of Sutton's, Anne Jackson, ditto, of Kirk's, Jane Hughes, ditto of Pocock's, Dorothy Bates, ditto of Sabine's, Elizabeth Williams, ditto, of Nassau's, 20l. per an. each; Mary Bailey, a Brigadier's widow of the Fourth Troop of Guards, same rate; Ellen Pendergast, an Ensign's widow of Kane's Regiment, Dorothy Nell, ditto, of Seymour's, 16l. per an. each; Barbara Macklartie, a Quartermaster's widow of Slane's Regiment, and Anne Jones, a Surgeon's widow of the Third Troop of Guards; 16l. per an. each, to 24 Oct. 1714; by like Warrant of 18 June 1714 286 0 0
Margaret Carr, a Captain's widow, late of the Earl of Orkney's Regiment, 26l. per an.; from 1 Feb. 1712–13, the day of her husband's death; by Lord Justices’ Warrant of 16 Sept. 1714 44 18 8
Jacoba Victoria Eaton, widow of Capt. Matthew Eaton, late of Col. Selwyn's (since Lord Forfar's) Regiment, same rate, from 29 Sept. 1709 to 5 May 1713; being resident in Flanders, and ignorant of how to apply, she had not sent over to Theophilus Parsons, then Paymaster of Pensions to Officers' widows, a warrant from the Duke of Marlborough for her pension to commence as above, whereby she was placed on the Establishment from 5 May 1713 only; by Royal Warrant of 2 Sept. 1718 93 10 6
701 2 6
to this Accomptant for his allowance fees and charges:
Auditor's fee; to William Benson, by Royal Warrant of 27 Feb. 1747–8 25 0 0
the Accomptant's own allowance etc.; ditto 43 15 0
more for his charges by Warrant of the same date 2 10 10
71 5 10
total payments and allowances £3,314 15 0
and so the said Accomptant is even and Quit.
Notes at the foot:—To be sworn to only. Examined by Edward Baugham, Deputy to William Benson, Esquire, Auditor.
The title has:—As by an Accompt thereof Exhibited on the Oath of the Accomptant Hereupon Examined, Cast, Tryed and compared … appears.

Footnotes

1 Roll 808 is a Parchment duplicate of Roll 808 and would seem to be the missing Pipe Office copy.