Declared Accounts
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'Declared Accounts: Customs, Cash Account', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 28: 1714 (1955), pp. CCCXXI-CCCXLVI. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=86109 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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Declared Accounts
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: REVENUE DEPARTMENTS: CUSTOMS: CASH ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1115 [E.351/1115].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 784, ROLL 975 [A.O.1/784/975].
Henry Ferne, Receiver General and Cashier of Customs.
26 December 1713 to 25 December 1714.
Charge. £ s. d £ s d
Arrears: remaining in the Accomptant's hands upon the end of the last Accompt 4,560 19 5
the value of sundry bonds etc. for the payment of Customs, etc.
for arrears of Customs to 31 July 1710 34,423 3
for ditto to 31 July 1712 23,827 19
for the Customs from 1 Aug. 1712 48,888 4 7
for the New Additional Impositions to 31 July 1710 218 5 8
for ditto from 1 Aug. 1712 320 0 0
for the New Subsidy to 1 Feb. 1699–1700 1,809 18
for ditto to 8 March 1701–2 2,823 3 11¼
for ditto from 8 March 1701–2 93,820 18
for the Additional or One Third Subsidy to 8 March 1706–7 16 18
for ditto from 8 March 1706–7 32,724 17
for the Duty of 3s. per chaldron on Coals 32 5 6
for the Additional 2s. ditto 21 10 4
238,927 5 3
part of an assignment from John Chaigneau, merchant, of 513l. 0s. 3d. due to him from the Board of Green Cloth for Wines supplied to King William III of which 17l. 16s. 6d. is applicable to the Customs and 340l. 10s. 10d. to the Additional Im
Positions 358 7 4
sundry Transport debentures taken for payment of Customs in 1703 1,357 4
sundry persons particularly named at the foot of the last Accompt for money imprested to them 555 0 0
total Arrears 245,758l. 16s. 2¼d.
Receipts: money received within the time of this Account:
out of the Customs which determined 31 July 1710:
London port:
Michael Wickes, late Collector, on the Plantation Receipt 1,000 0 0
the Treasurer of the South Sea Company for Interest on sundry Transport debentures subscribed into South Sea Stock 235 16
the same being the excess realised.on sale of Principal of South Sea Stock into which the Principal and Interest of the said debentures had been converted 152 1 10¼
(total London port 1,387l. 18s. 1d.)
Outports:
Berwick (Edward Nelson, late Collector) 0 2 0
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 247 8
Lynn (John Kent, late Collector) 342 4
(total Outports 589l. 14s. 3¾d.)
1,977 12
out of the Customs which commenced 1 Aug. 1710:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver Inwards on the Grand Receipt, in money 396 6 11½
sundry merchants, for interest on bonds 5 2
(total London port 401l. 9s. 9d.)
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 822 18
Bydiford (Charles Jones) 13 15 3
Minehead (Francis Webber) 31 12 4
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 15 11 0
(total Outports 883l. 16s. 7½d.)
1,285 6
out of the Customs which determined 31 July 1714:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt, in money 138,675 16 3
ditto,on Plantation Goods, in money 80,623 17 4
ditto, ditto, in bonds 37,300 7
ditto, on Wines, in money 83,081 19 4
ditto, ditto, in bonds 1,060 16
sundry merchants, for interest on bonds 4 4
(total London port 347,047l. 1s. 5¾d.)
Outports:
Blackney and Cley (Thomas Shorting) 1 10
Bridlington (John Bower) 34 17 8
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 12,484 6
Bydeford (Charles Jones) 251 0 0
Cardiffe (Alexander Purcell) 19 17
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 202 0 11¼
Chichester (Henry Baker) 25 14 6
Dartmouth (Thomas Jans) 0 5
Deale (Salathiel Rofe) 2 16
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 3,059 2 4
Falmouth (William Pye) 50 16
Feversham (John Smallman) 0 5
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 16 9
Gweek (Bernard Penrose) 1 13
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 82 3
Hull (Hugh Mason) 969 16
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 78 9
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 450 0 0
Leverpool (Nathaniel Smith) 6,778 11
Looe (John Dyer) 19 16 11
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 1,929 9 1
Lynn (Henry Hare) 100 0 0
Maldon (Peter Robjent) 23 3 10
Minehead (Francis Webber) 27 10 0
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 736 11
Plymouth (David Morris) 810 19 6
Poole (Thomas Chamberlain) 24 16
Rochester (John Pope) 79 5 0
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 93 14
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 30 17 7
Shoreham (James Benn) 11 7 10
ditto (Thomas Brigden, late Collector) 6 8
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 494 19
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 126 16 11¾
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 3 2 10½
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 100 0 0
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 13 13
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 552 10
Wesbech (Robert Twells) 362 3 7
(total Outports 30,057l. 5s. 4½d.)
370,804 6 10¼
out of the Customs which commenced 1 Aug. 1714:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt, in money 59,559 15
ditto, on Plantation Goods, in money 58,555 0 4
ditto, ditto, in bonds 20,585 4 11½
ditto, on the Wine Receipt, in money 24,861 14 3
ditto, ditto, in bonds 570 7 6
(total London port 164,132l. 2s. 6d.)
Outports:
Bridlington (John Bower) 27 1 6
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 991 16
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 12 17
Hull (Hugh Mason) 611 13 11½
Leverpool (Nathaniel Smith) 584 7 6
Lynn (Henry Hare) 310 0 0
Newhaven (Edward Pollington) 8 11 5
Rye (James Benn) 9 13
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 22 14 6
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 1 19 10
Shoreham (James Benn) 13 7 7
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 30 0 0
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 312 3 5
Wisbech (Robert Twells) 80 0 0
(total Outports 3,016l. 7s. 5¾d.)
167,148 9 11¾
total for the Customs 541,215l. 15s. 7¼d.
out of the Additional Impositions which determined31 July 1710:
Chester (Matthew Anderton) 27 0 5
out of ditto which determined 31 July 1712:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver, on the Grand Receipt 294 14 4
out of ditto which determined 31 July 1714:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 18,299 15 11
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt 2,696 11 7
ditto, on the Wine Receipt 4,773 0
(total London port 25,769l. 8s. 1½d.)
Outports:
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 11 15
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 0 5
Bridgewater (Nicholas Jefferys) 54 2 9
Bridlington (John Bower) 0 4
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 1,669 19 10
Bydeford (Charles Jones) 35 18 10½
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 306 8
Chichester (Henry Baker) 47 2 10¼
Dover (John Ball) 72 10
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 296 6
Falmouth (William Pye) 36 17
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 19 7 10¾
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 42 6 11½
Hull (Hugh Mason) 783 11
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 8 0 11¾
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 75 19 2
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 528 14 9
Looe (John Dyer) 122 1
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 70 6 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 29 11 2
Newcastle (Anthony Isaackson) 166 18
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 12 16
Plymouth (David Morris) 185 14 9
Poole (Thomas Chamberlain) 53 16
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 77 12 11
Rochester (John Pope) 20 15 0
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 3 13 10
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 3 15 0
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 1 6 3
Shoreham (Thomas Brigden, late Collector) 7 11
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 404 1
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 115 9
Weymouth (Thomas Bowes) 76 2
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 8 5 0
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 86 8
Wisbech (Robert Twells) 63 1 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 187 0
(total Outports 5,686l. 0s. 5¾d.)
31,455 8
out of ditto which commenced 1 Aug. 1714:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 9,984 14
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt 2,304 16
ditto, on the Wine Receipt 2,087 0
(total London port 14,376l. 10s. 4½d.)
Outports:
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 18 2 10¼
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 210 0 0
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 2 18
Dover (John Ball) 59 1 4
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 25 0 0
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 9 1
Hull (Hugh Mason) 165 18 0
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 3 7
Newcastle (Anthony Isaackson) 215 0 0
Rye (James Benn) 5 13
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 4 12 6
Shoreham (James Benn) 12 12 10
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 23 11
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 139 8 9
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 200 0 0
(total Outports 1,094l. 8s. 6½d.)
15,470 18 11
total for the Additional Impositions 47,248l. 2s. 3¼d.
out of the New Subsidy which determined 1 Feb. 1699–1700:
Leverpoole (Edward Scarborough, late Collector) 57 13
Out of ditto which determined 31 July 1714:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 97,239 11
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt, in money 26,751 4 5
ditto, ditto, in bonds 36,907 14
ditto, on the Wine Receipt, in money 50,597 19 7
sundry merchants, for interest on bonds 3 6
(total London port 211,499l. 16s. 3¼d.)
Outports:
Arundell (Henry Baker) 0 0 11½
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 193 4
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 32 13
Berwick (George Moor) 73 19 7
Blackney and Cley (Thomas Shorting) 53 13
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 47 0
Bridgwater (Nicholas Jefferys) 108 6 10½
Bridlington (John Bower) 28 9
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 17,080 12
Bydeford (Charles Jones) 849 7 2
Cardiffe (Alexander Purcell) 15 14
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 445 19 11
Chichester (Henry Baker) 22 0
Colchester (James Bruce) 84 11 7
Cowes (John Deale) 400 9
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 62 12
ditto (Thomas Jans) 118 6
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 38 9
Dover (John Ball) 194 0 9
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 3,207 4
Falmouth (William Pye) 167 18
Feversham (John Smallman) 0 15
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 66 12
Gweek (Bernard Penrose) 21 19
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 71 18
Hull (Hugh Mason) 3,141 13
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 111 15
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 271 17
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 4,317 19
Looe (John Dyer) 26 18
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 844 1 2
Lynn (Henry Hare) 1,490 0 0
Maldon (Peter Robjent) 23 3 10
Minehead (Francis Webber) 206 6
Newcastle (Anthony Isaackson) 1,013 13
New Haven (Alexander Shoebridge, late Collector) 9 2
Padstow (William Taylor) 33 9
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 394 14
Plymouth (David Morris) 1,394 17
Pool (Thomas Chamberlain) 90 6 10½
Portsmouth (Samuel Binckes) 788 3 11
Poulton (Richard Jennings) 23 19 2
Rochester (John Pope) 50 0 0
Rye (George Shuckburgh) 22 0 6
ditto (James Benn) 4 2
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 70 10
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 99 6 10¾
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 47 2
ditto (John Baynes, late Collector) 16 5
Shoreham (James Benn) 19 17 9
ditto (Thomas Brigden, late Collector) 3 12
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 578 11 11¼
Southwold (Edward Davies) 1 13 10¾
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 394 2
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 82 5 11¾
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 6 15
Truro (Richard Jennings) 19 2 11½
Wells (John Keene) 122 13
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 556 3
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 49 2 0
Whithaven (Alfrid Lawson) 727 13 6
Wisbech (Robert Twells) 318 2 5
Yarmouth (Thomas Moore) 1,177 3 5
(total Outports 41,934l. 13s. 10¼d.)
253,434 10
(out of ditto which commenced 1 Aug. 1714:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 47,728 8 2
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt, in money 19,262 3 11½
ditto, ditto, in bonds 20,585 4 11½
ditto, on the Wine Receipt, in money 15,260 5 7
(total London port 102,836l. 2s. 8d.)
Outports:
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 23 16 0
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 9 19 11½
Berwick (George Moor) 20 18
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 32 11 6
Bridlington (John Bower) 27 1 6
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 1,014 10
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 102 19 2
Colchester (James Bruce) 14 18 6
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 8 16 11¼
Cowes (John Deale) 11 0 0
Dover (John Ball) 17 1
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 720 18 0
Falmouth (William Pye) 109 12
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 74 14 4
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 11 14
Hull (Hugh Mason) 1,258 15 1
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 563 4
Looe (John Dyer) 0 12 11¼
Lynn (Henry Hare) 447 16
Newcastle (Anthony Isaackson) 465 0 0
Newhaven (Edward Pollington) 8 11 5
Padstow (William Taylor) 6 2
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 34 5 11¾
Rye (James Benn) 6 8
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 23 12
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 52 19 9
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 18 0
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 109 2
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 219 15 6
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 21 18
Wells (John Keene) 27 0
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 90 0 0
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 16 12 10¼
Whithaven (Alfrid Lawson) 54 15
Wisbech (Robert Twells) 30 0 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 741 2
(total Outports 6,396l. 10s. 4d.)
109,232 13 0
total for the New Subsidy 362,724l. 16s. 2d.
out of the First Additional or One Third Subsidy which determined 8 March 1706–7:
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 33 1 6
Portsmouth (John Weaver, late Collector) 143 17 4
Swanzey (Matthew Says, ditto) 47 5 5
224 4 3
out of ditto which commenced 8 March 1706–7:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt, in money 48,314 6
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt, ditto 15,174 17 11
ditto, ditto, in bonds 19,275 13
ditto, on the Wine Receipt, in money 21,946 0
sundry merchants, for interest on bonds 8 10 1
(total London port 104,719l 8s. 5½d.)
Outports:
Arundell (Henry Baker) 0 0
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 70 5 9
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 14 4 4
Berwick (George Moor) 31 17
Blackney and Cley (Thomas Shorting) 17 17 9
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 25 13
Bridgwater (Nicholas Jefferys) 42 17
Bridlington (John Bower) 14 7 0¼ (fn. 1)
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 5,634 17 6
Bydeford (Charles Jones) 250 0 0
Cardiffe (Alexander Purcell) 5 4 10
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 210 15 10
Chichester (Henry Baker) 7 6
Colchester (James Bruce) 33 3
Cowes (John Dale) 96 4
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 20 16 11½
ditto (Thomas Jans) 37 15
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 15 3
Dover (John Ball) 70 7
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 1,299 2
Falmouth (William Pye) 92 8
Feversham (John Smallman) 0 5
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 43 7
Gweek (Bernard Penrose) 7 6
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 27 6
Hull (Hugh Mason) 1,535 2
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 56 9
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 119 4
Leverpool (Nathaniel Smith) 1,910 14 2
Looe (John Pope) 9 10 0
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 40 0 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 700 13 8
Maldon (Peter Robjent) 7 14 8
Newcastle (Anthony Isaackson) 467 12
Newhaven (Edward Pollington) 2 17
ditto (Alexander Shoebridge, late Collector) 3 0
Padstow (William Taylour) 13 4
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 54 18 0
Plymouth (David Morris) 300 7 10
Poole (Thomas Chamberlaine) 23 8
Portsmouth (Samuel Binckes) 185 0
Poulton (William Jennings) 7 11
Rye (George Shuckburgh) 19 19
ditto (James Benn) 3 10
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 31 7
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 50 16
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 21 14
Shoreham (Thomas Brigden, late Collector) 1 4
ditto (James Benn) 11 1 9
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 226 2 11¾
Southwold (Edward Davies) 0 11
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 186 18 1
Sunderland (William Ettricke) 38 1
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 2 5
Truro (Richard Jennings) 6 7 8
Wells (John Keene) 49 16
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 62 18 0
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 21 18 3
Whithaven (Alfrid Lawson) 325 6
Wisbech (Robert Twells) 234 2
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 490 17 1
(total Outports 15,291l. 3s. 8d.)
120,010 12
total for the first Additional or One Third Subsidy 120,234l. 16s. 4½d.
out of the Second Additional or Two Third Subsidy which determined 8 March 1711–12:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt, in money 162 13
out of ditto which commenced 9 March 1711–12:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt, in money 55,572 1 8
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt, ditto 2,319 0 8
ditto, on the Wine Receipt, ditto 43,917 7
(total London port 101,808l. 9s. 8½d.)
Outports:
Arundell (Henry Baker, late Collector) 0 0
Barnstaple (Robert Row) 95 12
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 28 8
Berwick (George Moor) 63 10 0
Blackney and Cley (Thomas Shorting) 32 17
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 51 7
Bridgwater (Nicholas Jefferys) 85 1
Bridlington (John Bower) 46 15
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 4,254 3 5
Bideford (Charles Jones) 98 10
Cardiffe (Alexander Purcell) 10 9
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 250 3
Chichester (Henry Baker) 12 8 4
Colchester (James Bruce) 42 18
Cowes (John Dale) 112 16
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 41 10 3
ditto (Thomas Jans) 74 14
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 16 12
Dover (John Ball) 130 0
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 1,040 19
Falmouth (William Pye) 388 16
Feversham (John Smallman) 0 10
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 86 14 9
Gweek (Bernard Penrose) 5 17
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 43 16 4
Hull (Hugh Mason) 2,310 18
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 91 8
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 67 1 10¾
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 594 16 0
Looe (John Dyer) 6 8
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 116 11 4
Lynn (Henry Hare) 1,231 13 5
Maldon (Peter Robjent) 15 9 3
Minehead (Francis Webber) 50 0 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaackson) 561 5
Newhaven (Edward Pollington) 5 14
ditto (Alexander Shoebridge, late Collector) 6 0
Padstow (William Taylor) 15 12
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 189 19 11¾
Plymouth (David Morris) 263 14 10
Pool (Thomas Chamberlain) 40 3 2
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 590 14
Poulton (William Jennings) 15 2 11¾
Rochester (John Pope) 50 0 0
Rye (George Shuckburgh) 14 18 5
ditto (James Benn) 5 13
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 61 0 11¾
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 88 1 11¼
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 40 2 10¾
Shoreham (Thomas Brigden) 2 8
ditto (James Benn) 22 3 6
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 424 2
Southwold (Edward Davies) 1 1 11¾
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 261 1
Sunderland (William Ettericke) 65 19
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 4 10 11¼
Truro (Richard Jennings) 12 15
Wells (John Keene) 92 6
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 40 10 10½
Whithaven (Alfrid Lawson) 145 2
Wisbech (Robert Twells) 240 9
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 426 11
(total Outports 15,186l. 10s. 0¼d.)
116,994 19
total for the Second Additional or TwoThird Subsidy 117,157l. 13s. 0¼d.
out of the New Duty on Coffee, Tea etc. which determined 23 June 1714:
London port:
Sir John, Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt, in money 21,328 19 11½
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt, ditto 338 2 6
(total London port 21,667l. 2s. 5½d.)
Outports:
Colchester (James Bruce) 2 10 0
Cowes (John Dale) 3 3
Dover (John Ball) 0 2 9
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 29 11
Hull (Hugh Mason) 44 0 0
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 0 6 0
Milford (William Goodacre) 73 11 0
Portsmouth (Samuel Binckes) 30 0 0
Rochester (John Pope) 9 7 6
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 0 19 0
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 0 10 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 41 8
(total Outports 235l. 10s. 1½d.)
21,902 12 7
out of ditto which commenced 24 June 1714:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt, in money 9,585 16 0
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt, ditto 2,242 9 0
(total London port 11,828l. 5s. 0d.)
Outports:
Cowes (John Dale) 2 13
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 6 0 10
(total Outports 8l. 14s. 0½d.)
11,836 19
total for the New Duties on Coffee, Tea etc. 33,739l. 11s. 7½d.)
out of the Additional ditto which deter mined 23 June 1714:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt, in money 36,390 5
ditto on the Plantation Receipt 21 19
(total London port 36,412l. 5s. 0d.)
Outports:
Colchester (James Bruce) 2 10 0
Cowes (John Dale) 3 4 10½
Dover (John Ball) 0 5
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 29 11
Hull (Hugh Mason) 166 4 1
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 0 0 11¼
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 0 6 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 4 5 2
Plymouth (David Morris) 13 7 0
Portsmouth (Samuel Binckes) 80 0 0
Rochester (John Pope) 23 5
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 0 19 0
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 0 10 0
Whithaven (Alfrid Lawson) 73 15 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 42 4
(total Outports 440l. 8s. 0½d.)
36,852 13 0
out of ditto which commenced 24 June 1714:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt, in money 30,622 15 11½
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt 2,243 8 10
(total London port 32,866l. 4s. 9½d.)
Outports:
Cowes (John Dale) 2 13
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 6 0 10
(total Outports 8l. 14s. 0d.)
32,874 18 10
total for the Additional Duties on Coffee, Tea etc. 69,727l. 11s. 10d.
for the Second 25l. per cent and 25l. per tonn on French goods imported:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt, in money 9,241 14 5
ditto, on the Wine Receipt 22,819 4
(total London port 32,060l. 18s. 5½d.)
Outports:
Arundell (Henry Baker) 0 7 11¼
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 6 18 11¾
Bridgwater (Nicholas Jeffrys) 146 12 0
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 1,905 6 4
Cardiff (Alexander Purcell) 525 7
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 892 4
Chichester (Henry Baker) 118 12 11¼
Cowes (John Dale) 6 10 11
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 21 0
ditto (Thomas Jans) 2 12 6
Dover (John Ball) 136 15
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 115 18
Falmouth (William Pye) 17 4 1
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 59 17
Gweeke (Bernard Penrose) 17 16
Hull (Hugh Mason) 8 16 7
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 8 2 8
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 458 15 0
Looe (John Dyer) 197 3
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 205 4 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 11 11 4
Minehead (Francis Webber) 476 9 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 52 0
Padstow (William Taylour) 10 7 11
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 43 17 5
Plymouth (David Morris) 256 4
Poole (Thomas Chamberlaine) 67 11
Portsmouth (Samuel Binckes) 720 13 1
Poulton (William Jennings) 109 13
Rochester (John Pope) 18 2 6
Rye (George Shuckburgh) 11 16
ditto (James Benn) 27 9
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 21 14 8
Shoreham (Thomas Brigden, late Collector) 25 3 11½
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 1,925 0 6
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 1 19
Sunderland (William Ettricke) 0 10 0
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 75 12
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 100 0 0
Whithaven (Alfrid Lawson) 18 15 0
Wisbech (Robert Twells) 32 8
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 30 18
(total Outports 8,889l. 6s. 11¼d.)
40,950 5
for the Duty of 25l. per tonn on French Prize Wines:
Faversham (John Smallman) 2 16 8
Fowey (Thomas Jans, late Collector) 11 16 11¾
Newcastle (Anthony Isaackson) 4 9
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 25 0 0
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 20 0 0
64 2 11¼
out of the Duty on Whale Fins which determined 31 July 1714:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt in money 2,220 14
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt 257 12 7
(total London port 2,478l. 6s. 10½d.)
Outports:
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 6 16 10½
Hull (Hugh Mason) 0 17 6
Newcastle (Anthony Isaackson) 32 10 2
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 10 3 11½
(total Outports 50l. 8s. 6d.)
2,528 15
out of ditto which commenced 1 Aug. 1714:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt, in money 3,620 12
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt 55 3 5
(total London port 3,675l. 16s. 0½d.)
Outports:
Hull (Hugh Mason) 45 0 0
Cowes (John Dale) 0 13
(total Outports 45l. 13s. 1½d.)
3,721 9 2
total for the Duty on Whale Fins 6,250l. 4s. 6½d.
for the Tonnage Duty on French Ships:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 33 0 0
Outports:
Cowes (John Dale) 1 10 0
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 3 0 0
Dover (John Ball) 1 0 0
Feversham (John Smallman) 1 5 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaackson) 45 5 0
Newhaven (Edward Pollington) 0 10 0
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 9 10 0
Poole (Thomas Chamberlaine) 1 0 0
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 14 15 0
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 2 0 0
(total Outports 79l. 15s. 0d.)
112 15 0
out of the Duty on Coals which determined 15 May 1708:
Boston (Charles Northcote, late Collector) 126 16 4
out of ditto which determined Mich. 1710:
Lynn (Henry Hare) 5 14
ditto (John Kent, late Collector) 40 3
Swanzey (Matthew Seys) 53 7
99 5 7
total for the Expired Duties on Coals 226l. 1s. 11d.
out of the Duty of 3s. per chaldron on Coals which commenced 30 Sept. 1710:
London port:
Richard Pierce, Collector of this Duty, in money 67,957 17 9
Sundry merchants, for interest on bonds 2 4 8
(total London port 67,960l. 2s. 5d.)
Outports:
Aldburgh (James Syred) 175 18 6
Arundell (Henry Baker) 20 17
ditto (Nicholas Davies) 6 15
Barnstaple (Robert Row) 428 0
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 115 19
Berwick (George Moor) 3 16
Blackney and Cley (Thomas Shorting) 351 9
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 1,655 19 1
Bridgwater (Nicholas Jefferys) 760 19 10
Bridlington (John Bower) 373 5
Bydeford (Charles Jones) 100 0 0
Cardiff (William Morgan) 19 17
Chichester (Henry Baker) 63 9 11½
Colchester (James Bruce) 868 7
Cowes (John Dale) 138 1 8
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 27 3 10¾
ditto (Thomas Jans) 44 15
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 137 0
Dover (John Ball) 456 13 9
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 719 10
Falmouth (William Pye) 117 11 6
Feversham (John Smallman) 389 0
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 23 5
Gweek (Bernard Penrose) 7 19
Gloucester (Richard Cossley) 61 9 11¼
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 609 15
Hull (Hugh Mason) 1,048 16
Ilfracombe (Thomas Medcalfe) 45 0 0
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 872 9 11¾
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 53 4
Leigh (Charles Horwell) 108 10 8
Looe (John Dyer) 15 1
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 15 0 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 5,175 15
Maldon (Peter Robjent) 665 13 4
Milford (William Goodacre) 20 0 0
Newhaven (Edward Pollington) 47 5 10½
ditto (Alexander Shoebridge, late Collector) 33 12
Padstow (William Taylour) 195 16
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 52 18
Plymouth (David Morris) 197 9
Poole (Thomas Chamberlaine) 96 1
Portsmouth (Samuel Binckes) 672 14 11
Poulton (William Jennings) 1 7
Rochester (John Pope) 1,025 15 6
Rye (George Shuckburgh) 6 6
ditto (James Benn) 13 7 8
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 254 17 9
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 804 10
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 416 13
Shoreham (James Benn) 64 16 7
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 1,026 14 11¼
Southwold (Edward Davies) 193 14
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 51 2 0
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 1 14 10
Truro (Richard Jennings) 40 14 10¾
Wells (John Keene) 1,022 4 4
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 160 0 0
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 955 10
Whitehaven (Alfrid Lawson) 3 19
Wisbech (Robert Twells) 468 0 0
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 308 7 11
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 5,651 18 9
(total Outports 29,464l. 14s. 0¼d.)
97,424 16
out of the Duty of 2s. per chaldron on Coals which commenced 9 March 1710–11:
London port:
Richard Pierce, Collector, in money 45,305 5 1
sundry merchants, for interest on bonds 1 9
(total London port 45,306l. 14s. 10½d.)
Outports:
Aldburgh (James Syred) 117 5 8
Arundell (Henry Baker) 13 18
ditto (Nicholas Davies) 4 10
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 285 6
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 74 8 3
Berwick (George Moor) 2 11
Blackney and Cley (Thomas Shorting) 234 6
Boston (Samuel Oldfield) 1,122 14 4
Bridgwater (Nicholas Jeffrys) 628 12 0
Bridlington (John Bower) 252 4
Bydeford (Charles Jones) 100 0 0
Cardiff (William Morgan) 13 3 10¾
Chichester (Henry Baker) 42 6
Colchester (James Bruce) 656 0
Cowes (John Dale) 91 12 8
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 18 2
ditto (Thomas Jans) 29 17
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 133 12
Dover (John Ball) 316 7
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 473 11 3
Falmouth (William Pye) 26 14 7
Feversham (John Smallman) 262 12
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 15 10
Gweeke (Bernard Penrose) 4 12 3
Gloucester (Richard Cossley) 40 17
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 426 14
Hull (Hugh Mason) 624 4
Ilfracombe (Thomas Medcalfe) 30 0 0
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 612 6 1
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 35 9 8
Leigh (Charles Horwell) 72 7 1
Looe (John Dyer) 10 1
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 35 0 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 3,509 19 5
Maldon (Peter Robjent) 412 10 10
Milford (William Goodacre) 14 0 0
Minehead (Francis Webber) 186 6 6
Newhaven (Edward Pollington) 31 10
ditto (Alexander Shoebridge, late Collector) 17 0
Padstow (William Taylour) 124 3
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 35 5 7
Plymouth (David Morris) 29 11 3
Poole (Thomas Chamberlaine) 51 15 11¾
Portsmouth (Samuel Binckes) 653 12
Poulton (William Jennings) 0 18 3
Rochester (John Pope) 649 18 3
Rye (George Shuckburgh) 4 4
ditto (James Benn) 8 18
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 171 14 9
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 536 19 8
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 240 14
Shoreham (James Benn) 43 17 4
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 646 17
Southwold (Edward Davies) 77 6
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 44 0 0
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 1 3
Truro (Richard Jennings) 23 3
Wells (John Keene) 625 19 3
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 111 17 6
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 637 0
Whithaven (Alfrid Lowson) 2 13
Wisbech (Robert Twells) 315 0 0
Woodbridge (Oliver Newby) 203 2
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 3,642 7 2
(total Outports 19,860l. 12s. 10½d.)
65,167 7 9
total for the Growing Duties on Coals 162,592l. 4s. 2¼d.
for the Duty of 15l. per cent. on India Goods:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., for the Duty which determined 23 June 1714 59,209 14
ditto, for the Duty which commenced 24 June 1714 17,225 11
76,435 6 5
for the Coinage Duty:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt in money 490 7
ditto, on the Wine Receipt 7,816 19 5
(total London Port 8,307l. 6s. 10½d.)
Outports:
Arundell (Henry Baker, late Collector) 0 0 2
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 1 12 8
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 2 9 11
Blackney and Cley (Thomas Shorting) 0 0
Bridgwater (Nicholas Jefferys) 19 6
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 436 0 0
Cardiff (Alexander Purcell) 17 10 3
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 46 10 0
Chichester (Henry Baker) 2 0
Colchester (James Bruce) 0 6 2
Cowes (John Dale) 11 16 9
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 0 10 8
ditto (Thomas Jans) 0 6 4
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 7 10 10
Dover (John Ball) 2 3
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 167 3 10
Falmouth (William Pye) 3 3 1
Feversham (John Smallman) 1 1
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 6 3 10¾
Gweeke (Bernard Penrose) 0 3 5
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 0 17 10¾
ditto (Mark Wildbore) 0 9 9
Hull (Hugh Mason) 169 14
Ipswich (John Knackstone) 1 4
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 0 6 8
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 20 0 0
Looe (John Dyer) 2 4 6
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 16 0 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 234 18
Minehead (Francis Webber) 3 10 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaackson) 25 4
Newhaven (Alexander Shoebridge) 0 5 10¼
Padstowe (William Taylour) 1 6
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 31 11
Plymouth (David Morris) 54 12
Poole (Thomas Chamberlaine) 8 8
Portsmouth (Samuel Binckes) 84 13 8
Poulton (William Jennings) 0 15
Rochester (John Pope) 5 7 6
Rye (George Shuckburgh) 11 5
ditto (James Benn) 0 3
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 8 5 11
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 4 0 0
Shoreham (Thomas Brigden, late Collector) 0 17
ditto (James Benn) 0 16 8
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 92 5 7
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 0 3 0
Sunderland (William Ettrick) 0 9 6
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 0 0
Whithaven (Alfrid Lawson) 12 10 11¾
Wisbech (Robert Twells) 49 12 10¾
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 26 7 11½
(total Outports 1,594l. 9s. 9½d.)
9,901 16 8
for the Duty ofper cent. [on Plantation Goods]:
London port:
Thomas Scott, husband for Plantation Goods, in money 12,464 16
Overseas:
Antegua (Richard Buckeridge) 965 17
Nevis (John Norwood) 500 0 0
Barbadoes (Samuel Cox) 833 6 8
(total overseas 2,299l. 3s. 9¼d.)
14,764 0 0
for the New Duty on Pepper and other Grocery:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt, in money 19,518 1 6
Outports:
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 69 13 4
Bridgwater (Nicholas Jefferys) 68 19 5
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 4,163 3 0
Cowes (John Dale) 51 10 10¼
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 102 9
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 0 9
Dover (John Ball) 0 8
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 536 2 11½
Falmouth (William Pye) 1 16
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 64 15 11
Hull (Hugh Mason) 4 17 10½
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 131 10 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 10 0 0
Plymouth (David Morris) 485 9 6
Poole (Thomas Chamberlaine) 0 11
Portsmouth (Samuel Binckes) 176 17 0
Rochester (John Pope) 12 9
Rye (James Benn) 1 1
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 62 5 9
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 71 2
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 0 9
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 17 4 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 179 9
(total Outports 6,212l. 16s. 2¾d.)
25,730 17
out of the New Duty on Candles;
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt.,on the Grand Receipt 3 5 4
Outports:
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 0 15 8
Plymouth (David Morris) 6 9 6
Rochester (John Pope) 3 3
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 0 4 8
(total Outports 10l. 12s. 10½d.)
13 18
out of the Additional ditto:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 3 5 4
Outports:
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 0 15 8
Plymouth (David Morris) 3 5
(total Outports 4l. 0s. 8½d.)
7 6
total for the New and Additional Duties on Candles 21l. 4s. 3d.
for the Duty on Goods Exported:
London port:
Sir Thomas Crisp, late Receiver Outwards 11,426 15
the Earl of Manchester, succeeding him 10,567 14
John Benson, Receiver of the Duty on Leather 840 9 3
Richard Miller, Receiver of the Duty on White Woollen Cloth 835 10 0
(total London port 23,670l. 9s. 1d.)
Outports:
Aldeburgh (James Syred) 20 17 0
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 13 3
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 68 0
Berwick (George Moor) 7 1 8
Bridlington (John Bower) 59 9 6
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 1,749 10 10¼
Bydeford (Charles Jones) 49 17 10¾
Chester (Joseph Sewell) 2,810 8 11½
Colchester (James Bruce) 46 16
Cowes (John Dale) 13 14
Dartmouth (James Jenkinson) 6 17 1
ditto (James Jans) 3 8
Deale (Salathiel Rolfe) 0 5 6
Dover (John Ball) 173 4
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 77 8
Falmouth (William Pye) 154 17
Feversham (John Smalman) 116 18
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 29 8
Gweeke (Bernard Penrose) 2 12 6
Gloucester (Richard Cossley) 10 9 6
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 129 0 10¼
Hull (Hugh Mason) 3,364 4
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 15 5
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 160 3
Lanelthy (John Phillips) 41 10 3
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 1,183 18 6
Looe (John Dyer) 7 16
Lyme (Thomas Jans) 10 0 0
Lynn (Henry Hare) 13 0 0
Maldon (Peter Robjent) 26 8 1
Milford (William Goodacre) 120 0 0
Minehead (Francis Webber) 101 3 4
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 8,730 6 6
Newhaven (Edward Pollington) 2 3
Penzance (Ambrose Thompson) 87 15
Plymouth (David Morris) 50 0 0
Poole (Thomas Chamberlaine) 22 16
Portsmouth (Samuel Binckes) 81 16 11
Poulton (William Jennings) 0 16
Rochester (John Pope) 36 4 4
Rye (James Benn) 14 15 1
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 10 11
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 2 0 0
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 328 8
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 71 1
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 959 2
Sunderland (William Ettricke) 3,729 1 10¼
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 569 9 1
Truro (Richard Jennings) 206 0 1
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 93 15
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 562 10
(total Outports 26,145l. 15s. 2¾d.)
49,816 4
for the Enumerated Duties from the American Plantations:
Antegoa (Richard Buckeridge) 497 1 10
Nevis (John Norwood) 578 19 6
Roanoake (Nathaniel Chevin) 4 4 0
Philadelphia (John Moor) 73 3 1
Mountserrat (William Gerish) 72 16 1
Nevis (Phineas Andrews) 22 18
Barbadoes (Thomas Edwards) 208 1 8
St. Christopher's (John Helden) 265 0 0
1,722 4
for the Prize Duties from the American Plantations:
Antegoa (Richard Buckeridge) 151 7 11½
for the New Duty on Hides:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt 2,890 15 10½
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt 58 6 6
(total London port 2,949l. 2s. 4½d.)
Outports:
Cowes (John Dale) 25 5 0
Dover (John Ball) 0 11 0
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 0 14 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 1 4 0
Rochester (John Pope) 0 10
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 3 2 8
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 21 0 7
Yarmouth (Alfrid Lawson) (sic) (fn. 1) 1 6
(total Outports 53l. 14s. 3d.)
3,002 16
for the Additional ditto:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt 58,806 16 11½
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt 79 4 8
(total London port 58,886l. 1s. 7½d.)
Outports
Cowes (John Dale) 19 9 3
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 1 5 0
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 1 17 4
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 4 10 5
Portsmouth (Samuel Bincks) 40 4 0
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 12 4
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 1 0 0
(total Outports 80l. 10s. 6½d.)
58,966 12 2
total for the New and Additional Duties on
Hides 61,969l. 8s. 9½d.
out of the New Duty on Hops:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 7,067 6 6
Outports:
New Castle (Anthony Isaacson) 2 16 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 72 12 6
(total Outports 75l. 8s. 6d.)
7,142 15 0
for the New Duty on Rock Salt:
Leverpoole (Nathaniel Smith) 962 5 0
out of the New Duty on Soap:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt, in money 15,730 2 5
Outports:
Barnstaple (Robert Rowe) 320 0 0
Beaumaris (William Lewis) 2 12 0
Berwick (George Moor) 1 13 4
Bristoll (Jacob Reynardson) 238 0 0
Colchester (James Bruce) 15 7 4
Cowes (John Dale) 4 12
Dover (John Ball) 40 5
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 125 2
Falmouth (William Pye) 1 10 0
Fowey (Charles Lamb) 155 5 8
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 2 4 0
Hull (Hugh Mason) 67 15
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 21 13 8
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 6 13 2
Looe (John Dyer) 7 4 6
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 113 16 11¾
Padstow (William Taylour) 4 4 0
Rye (James Benn) 6 15 0
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 1 4 0
Southwold (Edward Davies) 0 1 6
Stockton (Thomas Lowson) 4 12 6
Swanzey (William Gwynn) 5 7 9
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 0 1
Whithaven (Alfrid Lawson) 7 14 10
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 130 11 10¼
(total Outports 1,284l. 9s. 10¾d.)
17,014 12
out of the Additional ditto:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 2,038 7
Outports:
Dover (John Ball) 0 15 0
Exeter (William Chamberlain) 8 11 0
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 9 7
New Castle (Anthony Isaacson) 155 0 0
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 0 12 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 15 11
(total Outports 189l. 17s. 0¾d.)
2,228 4
total for the New and Additional Duties on Soap 19,242l. 16s. 11d.
for the New Duty on Sail Cloth which commenced 22 July 1713:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 1,365 3 3
Outports:
Colchester (James Bruce) 7 17 11
Cowes (John Deale) 34 1 8
Dartmouth (Thomas Jans) 1 7 2
Exeter (William Chamberlaine) 55 7 1
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 3 5 4
Hull (Hugh Mason) 30 0 4
Ipswich (Samuel Kettilby) 1 12 6
Lynn (Henry Hare) 7 0 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 64 10 4
Portsmouth (Samuel Binckes) 12 0 0
Sandwich (Benjamin Fisher) 3 5 4
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 3 7 8
Southampton (Francis Medcalfe) 3 14 8
Sunderland (William Ettricke) 16 16 1
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 8 10 4
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 99 8 11
(total Outports 352l. 5s. 4d.)
1,717 8 7
for the New Duty on Coals exported:
London port:
the Earl of Manchester, Receiver there of these Duties 19 14 10½
Outports:
Harwich (Jacob Bury) 12 15 0
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 219 1 5
Scarborough (Timothy Fish) 3 6 0
Whitby (Hamlet Woods) 5 5 0
Yarmouth (Thomas Moor) 39 14 10
(total Outports 280l. 2s. 3d.)
299 17
total Receipts as above 1,772,121l. 13s. 9¾d.
money received from the Executors of Charles Graydon, late Cashier, and from Edward Lewis, Cashier in North Britain:
the said Executors on Customs to 1 Aug. 1712 25 0 0
Edward Lewis, for Customs 537 10 0
ditto, for Additional Impositions before 1 Aug. 1710 152 7
ditto, for the Two-Third Subsidy 462 10 0
ditto, for the [Duty of] 25l. per ton on French Wines imported 35 14 6
ditto, for the [Duty of] 3s. per chaldron on Coals 78 16 2
ditto, for the New Duty on Soap 67 10
1,359 8
total charge and receipts £2,019,239 18
Discharge:
Salaries of the Commissioners and other Officers of the Customs borne on the quarterly books of the Port of London:
the Commissioners of Customs; Charles Godolphin for Xmas quarter 1713 and Sir David Nairne succeeding him from 17 May to Mich. 1714; Sir John Werden and Sir John Stanley, bts., Matthew Prior, John Bridges, Robert Williamson and Edward Gibbon, year to Mich. 1714; at 1,000l. per an. each 6,607 2 10
Charles Godolphin, Register General of all Trading Ships of Great Britain; year to Mich. 1714 500 0 0
Charles Carkesse, Secretary to the Commissioners; for himself and clerks (three items); same time 690 0 0
John Manley, Plantation and Western Clerk; same time 130 0 0
Robert Stephens, Solicitor for the Customs; same time 300 0 0
George Medcalfe, Assistant to the Solicitor; same time 100 0 0
Charles Davenant, Inspector General of Exports and Imports; for himself and clerks; same time 1,200 0 0
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arnold Sampson (or Sansom), Comptroller of Issues and Payments of the Receiver General, ditto; same time 580 0 0
George Langton, Inspector of the Outport Collectors Accounts; same time 600 0 0
William Taylour, Usher of the Custom House, for a doorkeeper etc.; same time 237 0 0
the assistant clerks of the Receiver General's Office; same time 340 0 0
William Leach, Paymaster of the Incidents; same time 40 0 0
clerks employed for keeping a General Register of Shipping etc.; same time 160 0 0
the four Examiners of the Outport books; same time 200 0 0
Benjamin Code, Examiner of the Sufficiency of Officers’ Securities etc.; same time 100 0 0
Thomas Lambard, Surveyor General of the Riding Officers; same time 500 0 0
the same for a clerk; 17 May 1714 to Mich. 1714 14 5 8
Maurice Berchfield, Commissioners’ Correspondent in Ireland; year to Mich. 1714 100 0 0
Thomas Downing, Comptroller for approving Merchants’ Securities etc.; same time 200 0 0
Thomas Hudson, Viewer etc. of Tobacco; same time 200 0 0
Officers of the Warehouse (named); same time 390 0 0
Officers of the Warehouse for prohibited East India Goods (named); three same time and one from 2 Feb. 1713–14 282 4 5
Stephen Scot, surveyor of the Navigation Act; year to Mich. 1714 100 0 0
River Inspectors (Erasmus Evans to 13 Nov. 1713 and Thomas Burfield succeeding him from 15 Jan. 1713–14; Edward Orton, year to Mich. 1714) 109 8 5
Peter Eaton, for a year's rent of a house late the Vine tavern, added to the Custom House 80 0 0
Watermen, appraisers, cooper etc. (some named) 14,423 15 11¼
28,183 17
fees and allowances to the Patent Officers of the Port of London:
Rowland Holt, Comptroller General; year to Mich. 1714 1,000 0 0
Sir John Shaw, bt., and Mr. Charles Shaw, Collector Inwards; same time 466 13 4
Sir Thomas Crisp, Collector Outwards; year to Xmas 1713 276 13 4
the Executrix of Sir Thomas Crispe, late Collector Outwards, for his salary from Xmas 1713 to 29 July 1714 164 17 3
the heirs of the Hon. Andrew Newport and James Halsall, Surveyor General of Customs; year to Mich. 1714 500 0 0
Charles Downing, Comptroller of the Great and Petty Customs; same time 255 0 0
Thomas Gibson and others, Surveyor of the Petty Customs; year to Midsummer 1714 300 0 0
Henry Ferne, this Accomptant; year to Mich. 1714 1,000 0 0
Sir William Fowlis, Head Searcher, and the Undersearchers 180 0 0
Richard Breton, Comptroller of the Petty and Pretermitted Customs; 1½ years to Mich. 1714 300 0 0
John Benson, Customer of Wool; year to Mich. 1714 50 0 0
John Needler, Comptroller of the Great and Petty Customs; threequarters to Midsummer 1714; and to his Executrix to 6 Sept. 1714 28 11 7
George Hutchinson, Register of Seizures; year to Mich. 1714 200 0 0
Daniel Lawrence, Customer of the Petty Customs, London Port; same time 62 6 8
Richard Miller, Customer of Woollen Cloth; two years to Mich. 1714 10 0 0
Searchers, King's Waiters etc 966 14 4
5,760 16 6
fees and salaries to the Patent Officers in the Outports, detailed 2,494 17 3
fees and salaries of the Customs Officers in Foreign Plantations:
Robert Armstrong, Collector and Surveyor at Piscataway, New England; year to Midsummer 1714 100 0 0
William Alexander, Comptroller at Pensilvania; two years to Midsummer 1714 160 0 0
Thomas Byerley, Collector at New York; year to Midsummer 1714 55 0 0
Charles Blechenden, Collector at Salem and Marblehead, New England; half year to Xmas 1713 50 0 0
Henry Brook, Collector at Lewis in Pensilvania; year to Midsummer 1714; and for a boat and boatmen 130 0 0
Maurice Birchfeild, Surveyor General of the Northern part of the Continent of America, and for a clerk etc 495 0 0
William Buckner, Collector at York River in Virginia; for keeping a boat 80 0 0
William Bladen, Surveyor at Annapolis in Maryland; 1½ years to Midsummer 1714 90 0 0
Thomas Broughton, Collector at Charles Town in South Carolina; half year to Xmas 1713 30 0 0
James Bowles, Collector at North Potomack in Maryland; 9 Oct. 1710 to Midsummer 1714 222 8 3
Richard Chichester, Collector at Rapaharock River in Virginia; two years to Midsummer 1714 160 0 0
Archibald Cummins, Preventive Officer of the Illegal Trade in Newfoundland, for himself and two boatmen; year to Midsummer 1714 150 0 0
Nathaniel Chevin, Collector at Roanoak in North Carolina; same time 40 0 0
William Carter, Comptroller at New York; same time 55 0 0
Thomas Collier, Surveyor at Williamstad in Maryland; year to Midsummer 1713 35 0 0
William Dyere, Surveyor at Delaware Bay in Maryland; year to Midsummer 1714 50 0 0
John Dansey, Collector at Poteuxen in Maryland; two years to Midsummer 1714 160 0 0
Thomas Farmer, Collector at Pethamboy in East Jersey; same time 40 0 0
William Fasset, Surveyor at Wiccomoco in Maryland; same time 40 0 0
John Graves, Collector of the Bahama Islands; year to Midsummer 1714 70 0 0
Peter Jacob Guerard, Comptroller at Currituck in North Carolina; from Midsummer to 2 Aug. 1712 5 6 10
Edward Hill, Collector of the upper part of James River in Virginia; two years to Midsummer 1714 80 0 0
John Jekyll, Collector at Boston in New England; year to Midsummer 1714 100 0 0
Stephen Knight, Riding Surveyor at Bahama and Sassafras in Maryland; year to Xmas 1713 50 0 0
Tobias Knight, Collector at Currituck in North Carolina; same time 40 0 0
Nathaniel Kay, Collector and Surveyor at Rhode Island in New England; year to Midsummer 1714 100 0 0
Samuel Lowman, Collector at Newcastle in Pensilvania, same time; and for a boat and two boatmen 130 0 0
George Luke, Collector at the lower part of James River in Virginia; two years to Midsummer 1714 200 0 0
John Moor, Collector at Philadelphia in Pensilvania; same time 320 0 0
John Manley, Plantation Clerk; year to Midsummer 1714 100 0 0
Thomas Newton, Comptroller at Boston in New England; half year to Xmas 1713 35 0 0
Edward Price, Collector at Pocomack in Maryland; 1½ years to Xmas 1713 90 0 0
John Phelps, Riding Surveyor there; 2½ years to Midsummer 1714 150 0 0
John Rolfe, Collector at Bridlington, in West Jersey; two years to Midsummer 1714 80 0 0
Henry Scarborough, Collector at Accomack and Northampton Counties in Virginia; two years to Midsummer 1714 80 0 0
Sampson Trevethan, Surveyor at Elizabeth River in Virginia; year to Midsummer 1714 45 0 0
Richard Wigg, Surveyor and Searcher at Charles Town in South Carolina; 1½ years to Xmas 1713 45 0 0
3,862 15 1
annual and accidental payments out of the Customs allowed by Treasury Warrant, detailed, including 910l. to Edward Harley for the Auditor's fee in respect of this Accompt and of the General Accompt of the Customs to Xmas 1708 and 500l. to Thomas Foley in respect of the like General Accompt to Xmas 1709 4,086 19 2
sundry annual payments and allowances out of the New Duties, detailed, chiefly Auditor's fees:
out of the New Additional Imposition 122 10 0
out of the 25l. per ton on French Wines 37 10 0
out of the Tonnage Duty on French Ships 5 0 0
out of the New Duty on Coffee, Tea etc. 22 10 0
out of the Duty on Coffee, Tea etc. and of 15l. per cent. on Callicoes 190 0 0
out of the Duty on Whale Fins 22 10 0
out of the Duty of 15l. per cent. on Muzlins 437 10 0
out of the Duties of 3s. and 2s. per chaldron on Coals 1,633 13
out of the New Subsidy 162 10 0
out of the One Third Subsidy 80 0 0
out of the Two Third Subsidy 150 0 0
out of the Duty of 4½ per cent. 2,524 9 1
out of the Enumerated Duties 80 0 0
out of the New Duty on Pepper and other Grocery 170 0 0
out of the New Duty on Goods Exported 20 0 0
out of the New Duty on Hides 10 0 0
out of the Additional Duty on Hides 50 0 0
out of the New Duty on Soap 2 0 0
out of the New Duty on Candles 2 0 0
out of the New Duty on Rock Salt Exported 2 0 0
out of the New Duty on Hops 2 0 0
out of the Coinage Duty 360 1
6,086 3 11
sundry incident charges and disbursements in managing the affairs of the Customs in London port, detailed at length, with names of tradesmen etc 43,527 16 1
total for salaries, annual payments and incident charges 94,003l. 5s. 3¼d.
money allowed for damaged and over-entered goods, for portage money, and for goods exported:
damages and over-entries, assigned to the several Duties, etc. 14,662 3 1
repaid upon portage bills 1,573 0 4
repaid upon debentures for goods exported, assigned to the several Duties 310,956 19 2
327,192 2 7
money paid out of the Customs in North Britain 62 10 0
money paid into the Exchequer, detailed by dates:
out of the Customs to 1 Aug. 1710 497 2
out of ditto to 1 Aug. 1712 70 7 3
out of ditto to 31 July 1714 195,962 8 5
out of ditto from 1 Aug. 1714 100,827 3
(total for the Customs 297,357l. 1s. 8d.)
out of the New Additional Impositions to 31 July 1712 285 7
out of ditto to 31 July 1714 26,713 12
out of ditto from 1 Aug. 1714 14,953 17 1
(total for the New Additional Impositions on Poundage Goods 41,952l. 16s. 11d.)
out of the Duty of 25l. per ton on French Wines imported and French Prize Wine 40,511 11 10½
out of the Duty of 25l. per ton on French Prize Wine 64 2 11½
(total for the Duties on French Wine imported and on French Prize Wine 40,575l. 14s. 10d.)
Henry Ferne, this Accomptant; year to out of the Tonnage [Duty] on French Ships 107 15 0
out of the Impositions on Coffee, Tea etc. to 23 June 1714 21,496 11
out of ditto from 24 June 1714 11,567 13
out of the Additional ditto and 15l. per cent. on Callicoes to 23 June 1714 30,512 12
out of ditto from 25 June 1714 30,262 6 11½
(total for the Duties on Coffee etc. 93,839l. 4s. 8d.
out of the Duty on Whale Fins to 31 July 1714 2,404 7 0
out of ditto from 1 Aug. 1714 3,603 15 4
(total for the Duties on Whale Fins 6,008l. 2s. 4d.)
out of the Duty of 15l. per cent. on Muslins to 24 June 1714 14,138 16 10
out of ditto from 25 June 1714 14,080 5 4
(total for the Duty on Muslins 28,219 2s. 2d.)
out of the Duty on Coals to 14 May 1708 126 16 4
out of ditto to 29 Sept. 1710 74 14 7
(total for the Expired Duties on Coals 201l. 10s. 11d.)
out of the Duty of 3s. a chaldron on Coals from 30 Sept. 1710 96,234 18
out of the Duty of 2s. a chaldron on Coals from 9 March 1710–11 64,443 11
(total for the growing Duties on Coals 160,678l. 9s. 6d.)
out of the New Subsidy to 31 July 1714 183,981 2 2
out of ditto from 1 Aug. 1714 85,131 9 10½
(total for the New Subsidy 269,112l. 12s. 0½d.)
out of the First Additional or One Third Subsidy from 13 March 1706–7 89,065 17 6
out of the Two Third Subsidy to 8 March 1711–12 63 5 9
out of ditto from 9 March 1711–12 102,253 9
(total for the Two-Third Subsidy 102,316l. 15s. 6½d.)
out of the Duty of 4½ per cent. 12,213 5 11½
out of the Enumerated Duties 1,637 4
out of Prize Duties from the Plantations 151 7 11½
out of the Impost 1709 on Pepper and Raisins 23,030 10
out of the New Duty on Goods Exported 49,756 4 9
out of the Coinage Duty 9,447 17
out of the New Duty on Candles 6 19
out of the Additional ditto 6 7
(total for the Duties on Candles 13l. 6s. 11d.)
out of the New Duty on Hides and Skins 2,871 4
out of the Additional ditto and on Coffee etc. 52,771 12 6
(total for the Duty on Hides 55,642l. 16s. 9½d
out of the Duty on Rock Salt exported 960 5 0
out of the New Duty on Soap, Linen, etc. 15,447 8
out of the Additional ditto 2,181 2 10
(total for the Duties on Soap etc. 17,628l. 10s. 10½d.)
out of the New Duty on Hops 7,131 1 0
out of the New Duty on Sailcloth 1,687 10 2
out of the New Duty on Coals exported 299 17
1,309,035 1 8
money paid into the Exchequer out of remittances from North Britain:
out of the Customs before 1 Aug. 1714 500 0 0
out of the New Additional Impositions to 1 Aug. 1710 152 7
out of the Duty of 25l. per ton on French Wine imported 35 14
out of the Duty of 3s. a chaldron on Coals 78 16 2
out of the Two Third Subsidy from 8 March 1711–12 462 10 0
out of the New Duty on Soap 67 10
1,296 18
total payments and allowances £1,731,589 18
and so remains £287,650 0
bonds remaining in the Accomptant's hands 281,596 2 11¾
an assignment in lieu of bonds from John Chaigneau 358 7 4
and depending on sundry persons for money imprested to them:
in the accompt of John Knight, late Receiver General, from Michaelmas 1696 to 23 Oct. 1697, detailed 475 0 0
ditto of Richard Hutchinson, late Receiver General 50 0 0
and on James Ball and John Cannon, two Riding Officers in Kent 30 0 0
555 0 0
sum total of the bonds, debentures and supers aforesaid 282,509 10
and so the Accomptant is Indebted £5,140 10
Declared 28 February 1715–16.

Footnotes

1 So in both Pipe Office and Audit Office Rolls; but Lawson was Collector at Whitehaven, and Thomas Moor at Yarmouth.
2 The Audit Office Roll incorrectly shows this figure as 14l. 0s. 7¼d.