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'Declared Accounts: Hides', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 29: 1714-1715 (1957), pp. CCCLIII-CCCLXIII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=86441 Date accessed: 18 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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DECLARED ACCOUNTS: DUTIES ON HIDES ETC.: GENERAL ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1479 [E.351/1479].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 642, ROLL 240 [A.O.1/642/240].
Richard Shoredich, William Walbancke, Roger Millart, Justinian Isham, Thomas Leigh and Reginald Ryley; and William Walbancke, Nicholas Vincent, Paul Burrard, John Williams, Anthony Dawley and Bryan Fairfax; successively Commissioners for the Duties on Hides.
24 June 1714 to 24 June 1715.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: money depending in super on the Commissioners at the foot of the last preceding General Accompt:
upon sundry tanners etc. for money due at Midsummer 1714:
for the Old Duties from24June1711 2,154 4 5
for the Additional Duties from1Aug. 1712 1,338 1
3,492 6
upon sundry Collectors for money re-maining in their hands to balance their Accompts to Midsummer 1714:
for the Old Duties 331 8
for the Additional Duties 86 0 11¼
417 9
upon the Commissioners for the balance of their’ preceding Cash Accompt:
for the Old Duties. 366 8
for the Additional Duties. 47 10 0
413 18
upon Francis Sorel, Secretary to the Commissioners, for money imprested. 191 4 4
more upon the Commissioners for money due at Midsummer 1714, which has since been paid by the several Collectors:
out of the Old Duties. 19,022 12 9
out of the Additional Duties. 11,464 18
30,487 11
(total Arrears 35,002l. 9s.8¼d.)
Receipts: money due and payable within the time of this Accompt:
the produce of the Duties on Stock in hand on 24 June 1711 0 7
the produce of the Duties on Hides etc., tanned etc. in England and Wales and in Berwick-on-Tweed: Bedford (Matthew Denton) 301 9
ditto (Thomas Sheffard) 1,904 8 10¼
Bristol (George Lomax) 1,784 10 10
ditto (Maurice Pugh) 1,222 7
Cambridge (Thomas Sheffard) 307 3 10
ditto (Matthew Denton) 938 0 11¾
ditto (Thomas Poole) 1,670 19
Canterbury (Jacob Lyn) 3,588 14
Carmarthen (John Picton) 1,778 17
Chester (Thomas Walbancke) 2,679 7
Cornwall (Stewkley Goodwin) 1,962 1
Cumberland (John Hodgson) 971 1
Derby (John Morris) 1,958 13 10¼
Dorset (Thomas Cornelius) 2,298 19
Durham (Thomas Billings) 2,772 9 10¼
Essex (Edmund Haddock) 2,244 15 4
Exeter (Edward Binlawes) 2,725 0
Gloucester (John Meredith) 1,492 11
ditto (Edward Kemis) 348 3
Hants (Thomas Sanderson) 1,851 15
ditto (William Morton) 2,942 1
Hereford (Edmund Halford) 1,901 4
Hereford (Henry Marmion) 4,902 4
the Isle of Wight (Benjamin Everard) 81 11
ditto (William Osborne) 121 10 11¾
Lancaster (Edward Burghall) 770 13
ditto (Matthew Denton) 1,558 4
Leeds (Matthew Slack) 3,455 11
Lichfield (William Bainbrig) 2,180 14
Lincoln (Samuel Power) 2,861 14 9
Marlborough (Thomas Hope) 1,693 3 10½
Northampton (John Wyat) 2,891 8
Norwich (Thomas Boococke) 3,460 15 8
Oxford (Thomas French) 1,434 0
Reading (Thomas Gibbons) 1,981 15 1
Richmond (William Archer) 1,389 16
Salop (Maurice Pugh) 1,547 6
ditto (George Lomax) 1,046 15
Sheffield (William Askew) 2,593 9
Suffolk (Richard Eeles) 3,642 7
Surrey (William Morton) 1,520 9
ditto (Thomas Sanderson) 2,074 5 3
ditto (Francis Somaster) 928 11
Sussex (Leonard Benton) 2,216 0 1
Taunton (Joseph Wheeler) 2,788 0 11¾
Tiverton (John Brook) 1,815 1
North Wales (Edward Keymis) 1,604 11
ditto (Richard Clince) 338 7
Westmorland (John Rocket) 2,004 9
Worcester (Walter Warlow) 3,326 2
York (Gervas Raynes) 2,039 3 4
these Accomptants in London and within the Bills of Mortality 10,920 7
108,833 15
for the Additional Duties:
Bedford (Matthew Denton) 160 18
ditto (Thomas Sheffard) 833 5
Bristol (George Lomax) 1,197 14
ditto (Maurice Pugh) 833 16
Cambridge (Thomas Sheffard) 169 7 6
ditto (Matthew Denton) 508 17 5
ditto (Thomas Poole) 912 15
Canterbury (Jacob Lyn) 2,064 0
Carmarthen (John Pickton) 1,077 19
Chester (Thomas Walbancke) 1,578 10
Cornwall (Stewkley Goodwyn) 1,092 18
Cumberland (John Hodgson) 598 15
Derby (John Morris) 1,175 15 3
Dorset (Thomas Cornelius) 1,285 17
Durham (Thomas Billings) 1,718 0
Essex (Edmond Haddock) 1,324 1
Exeter (Edward Binlawes) 1,802 3
Glocester (John Meredith) 834 16
ditto (Edward Keymis) 200 6
Hants (Thomas Sanderson) 1,061 15
ditto (William Morton) 1,691 15
Hereford (Edward Halford) 1,099 6
Hertford (Henry Marmion) 3,425 10 1
Isle of Wight (Benjamin Everard) 45 6
ditto (William Osborne) 69 10
Lancaster (Edward Burghall) 431 11 0
ditto (Matthew Denton) 869 19
Leeds (Matthew Slack) 1,980 17
Lichfield (William Bainbrig) 1,262 15
Lincoln (Samuel Power) 1,709 0 10¾
Marlborough (Thomas Hope) 961 0 5
Northampton (John Wyat) 1,711 16 7
Norwich (Thomas Boocock) 1,899 1
Oxford (Thomas French) 869 7
Reading (Thomas Gibbons) 1,104 3 2
Richmond (William Archer) 836 13
Salop (Maurice Pugh) 986 13
ditto (George Lomax) 686 17
Sheffield (William Askew) 1,446 2
Suffolk (Richard Eeles) 2,123 15
Surrey (William Morton) 903 2 11
ditto (Thomas Sanderson) 1,198 7
ditto (Francis Somaster) 561 13
Sussex (Leonard Benton) 1,266 14
Taunton (Joseph Wheeler) 1,568 2 10½
Tiverton (John Brook) 1,034 3
North Wales (Edward Keymis) 948 12
ditto (Richard Clince) 209 1
Westmorland (John Rocket) 1,118 8
Worcester (Walter Warlow) 1,980 7
York (Gervas Raynes) 1,218 7 5
these Accomptants in London and within the Bills of Mortality 7,193 7 1
65,048 8
the produce of fines and penalties:
Bedford (Thomas Sheffard) 1 0 0
Bristol (George Lomax) 0 6 8
Cambridge (Thomas Sheffard) 4 2
ditto (Thomas Poole) 4 15 0
Carmarthen (John Pickton) 2 19 9
Chester (Thomas Walbancke) 11 10 0
Cornwal (Stewkley Goodwyn) 0 17 9
Cumberland (John Hodgson) 11 1 6
Derby (John Morris) 14 5 4
Dorset (Thomas Cornelius) 1 2
Durham (Thomas Billings) 3 0 8
Essex (Edmond Haddock) 6 15 0
Exeter (Edward Binlawes) 16 3 7
Glocester (John Meredith) 2 12 6
Hants (Thomas Sanderson) 1 11 4
ditto (William Morton) 8 19
Hereford (Edward Halford) 2 8 0
Isle of Wight (Benjamin Everard) 3 7 6
Lancaster (Edward Burghall) 0 6 9
ditto (Matthew Denton) 1 18
Leeds (Matthew Slack) 11 13 6
Lichfield (William Bainbrig) 7 14 6
Marlborough (Thomas Hope) 1 13 0
Norwich (Thomas Boococke) 11 9 3
Reading (Thomas Gibbons) 15 5
Richmond (William Archer) 6 15 4
Sheffield (William Askew) 7 10 0
Taunton (Joseph Wheeler) 22 12
North Wales (Edward Keymis) 1 3 0
Westmorland (John Rocket) 19 15 6
Worcester (Walter Warlow) 16 1 10½
York (Gervas Raynes) 9 9 3
230 7
interest received on Bills of Exchange re-turned, detailed by Collectors and places:
on the Duties from Midsummer1711 3 1
on the Additional Duties 1 3
4 4
surcharges in the Examiners’ Office in London and from the Country and London Ledger, detailed as above:
on the Duties from Midsummer 1711 4 1
on the Additional Duties 2 6 11
6 8
profit made by returning money to London (on the Old Duty2s. 9¾d. and on the Additional Duty 1s. 8¼d.) 0 4 6
(total for interest, surcharges etc. 10l. 17s. 5½d.)
(total receipts as above 174,133l. 14s. 14s.5¾d.)
overpayments by Collectors, detailed:
on the Old Duties 73 1
on the Additional Duties 194 17
267 18
total charge and receipts 209,394 3
(whereof on the Duty on Stock in hand 7s. 1¾d., on the Old Duties 131,210l. 7s. 6¼d., and on the Additional Duties 78,183l. 8s. 4¼d.)
Discharge.
Overpayments on the preceding Accompt, detailed by Collectors etc.:
on the Duties from24June1711 132 11
on the Additional Duties 205 17
338 8 10¾
salaries etc.:
salaries of the Commissioners and other Officers in London etc.:
out of the Old Duties 1,922 6
out of the Additional Duties 1,153 7
3,075 13 11
ditto of the Collectors and other Officers in the Country, detailed, with names of Collectors:
out of the Old Duties 14,451 9
out of the Additional Duties 8,670 17 9
23,122 7
(total for salaries 26,198l. 1s. 4¼d., whereof out of the Old Duties 16,373l. 15s. 10¾d., and out of the Additional Duties, 9,824l. 5s.5½d.)
incident charges in London:
out of the Old Duties 846 9 11¼
out of the Additional Duties 506 3
1,352 13 4
incident charges in the Country, detailed by Collectors etc.:
postage of letters etc. by the several Collectors 595 13 4
riding charges, ditto 1,265 16 9
Officers’ taxes repaid 952 2 5
charges in returning money to London 67 6 10
2,880 19 4
whereof out of the Old Duties1,801l.11s. 2¼d. and out of the Additional Duties 1,079l. 8s. 1¾d.
(total for incident charges 4,233l. 12s. 8d., whereof out of the Old Duties2,648l. 1s. 1½d., and out of the Additional Duties 1,585l. 11s. 6½d.)
total for salaries and incidents,out of the Old Duties19,021l. 17s. 0¼d., and out of the Additional Duties, 11,409l. 17s. 0d. in all 30,431l. 14s. 0¼d.)
repayments etc.:
repayments on debentures for Hides exported:
in London out of the Old Duties4,866l. 4s. 6d. and out of the Additional Duties2,422l. 1s. 8d. 7,288 6 2
in the Country, detailed by Collectors etc., out of the Old Duties1,652l. 15s. 0¼d., and out of the Additional Duties826l. 5s. 0¾d. 2,479 0 1
9,767 6 3
(whereof out of the Old Duties6,518l. 19s. 6¼ d., and out of the Additional Duties 3,248l. 6s. 8¾d.)
repaid to sundry tanners etc. for overcharges:
in London 2 15
in the Country, detailed as above 14 5 11½
17 1 6
(whereof out of the Old Duties 15l. 6s. 3½d. and out of the Additional Duties1l. 15s. 2½d.)
(total repayments as above; out of the Old Duties 6,534l. 5s. 9¾d. and out of the Additional Duties 3,250l. 1s. 11d.; in all 9,784l. 7s. 9d.)
money paid into the Exchequer, detailed by dates:
out of the Old Duty 81,592 17 2
out of the Additional Duty 48,943 6 6
130,536 3 8
total payments and allowances £171,090 14 4
(whereof out of the Old Duties 107,281l. 11s. 8½d., and out of the Additional Duties 63,809l. 2s. 7½d.)
and so remains 38,303 8
whereof depending:
money due from sundry tanners etc., by Collections:
on the Old Duties 2,662 8
on the Additional Duties 1,623 6
4,285 15 0
money remaining in arrear in the hands of the several Collectors:
on the Old Duties:
Bedford (Thomas Sheffard) 3 10 11
Bristol (Maurice Pugh) 13 5
Cambridge (Thomas Poole) 64 2
Carmarthen (John Pickton) 34 8 10¾
Chester (Francis Gregson) 0 4
ditto (Thomas Walbancke) 0 1
Cornwal (Thomas Symonds) 102 2
ditto (Stewkley Goodwyn) 0 6 10
Cumberland (John Hodgson) 32 11
Derby (John Morris) 0 16 4
Dorset (William Sherborne) 80 9
ditto (Thomas Cornelius) 0 0
Exeter (Edward Binlawes) 0 10 3
Glocester (Edward Keymis) 0 10
Hertford (Henry Marmion) 3 17
Isle of Wight (George Spong) 0 0
ditto (Benjamin Everard) 1 14
Lancaster (Edward Burghall) 3 16
Leeds (Matthew Slack) 1 15 5
Lichfield (William Bainbrig) 0 1
Lincoln (Samuel Power) 23 7 11½
Marlborough (Thomas Hope) 3 4
Norwich (Thomas Boococke) 0 4
Northumberland (John Willcocks) 1 6
Oxford (Thomas French) 2 9
Salop (George Lomax) 0 1 11½
Sheffield (William Askew) 9 11 7
Suffolk (Richard Eeles) 8 5 5
Surrey (Francis Somaster) 0 10
Taunton (Joseph Wheeler) 1 11
Worcester (Walter Warlow) 0 2 10
Northwales (William Gough) 7 14 7
York (Gervas Raynes) 0 1
402 17 7
on the Additional Duties:
Bristol (Maurice Pugh) 0 1 7
Canterbury (Jacob Lyn) 0 14
Chester (Thomas Walbancke) 0 0
Cornwal (Thomas Symonds) 42 1 11
ditto (Stewkley Goodwyn) 0 14 7
ditto (John Weston) 0 0
Essex (Edmond Haddock) 2 1 3
Hants (William Morton) 14 8
Hertford (Henry Marmion) 10 17 11¼
Isle of Wight (Benjamin Everard) 1 4
ditto (William Osborne) 0 0
Lancaster (Matthew Denton) 4 1
Lichfield (William Bainbrig) 0 0 8
Lincoln (Samuel Power) 84 11 3
Marlborough (Thomas Hope) 0 11 9
Northumberland (John Wilcocks) 1 3 1
Norwich (Thomas Boococke) 0 3
Reading (Thomas Gibbons) 28 3 10
Salop (George Lomax) 10 1 4
Sheffield (William Askew) 13 5 8
Surrey (Francis Somaster) 0 0
Taunton (Joseph Wheeler) 1 5 11
Northwales (Richard Clince) 0 0
Westmorland (John Rocket) 0 10
Worcester (Walter Warlow) 0 0
York (Gervas Raynes) 0 0 10¾
216 6
(total in the Collectors’ hands 619l. 3s. 7¾d.)
money remaining in the Commissioners’ hands:
on the Old Duties 639 6
on the Additional Duties 406 8
1,045 15
money imprested to Francis Sorel, their Secretary, for incidents; out of the Old Duties 599 2 1
money in the Accomptants’ hands, paid in by sundry Collectors since the determination of this Accompt:
on the Old Duties 19,625 8 2
on the Additional Duties 12,128 4 8
31,753 12 10
(total in the Commissioners’ hands as above 33,398l. 10s. 0½d.) £38,303 8
and so this General Accompt is even and Quit.
Declared 5 September 1721.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: DUTIES ON HIDES ETC.: CASH ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1403 [E.351/1403].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 785, ROLL 979 [A.O.1/785/979].
Richard Shoredich, William Walbanke, Roger Millarte, Justinian Isham, Thomas Leigh And Reginald Ryley; and William Walbancke, Nicholas Vincent, Paul Burrard, John Williams, Anthony Pawley and Bryan Fairfax; successively Commissioners of the Duties on Hides and Skins and Vellom and Parchment.
24 June 1714 to 24 June 1715.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the Commissioners’ hands upon the end of their last preceding Accompt 413 18
depending on Francis Sorrell, Secretary to these Accomptants, for money imprested for incident charges 191 4 4
605 2
Receipts: money received by these Accomptants for the Old and Additional Duties on Hides and Skins etc.:
for the Old Duties from 24 June 1711:
Bedford (Matthew Denton) 513 13
ditto (Thomas Sheffard) 1,303 4 0
Bristol (George Lomax) 1,997 10 5
ditto (Maurice Pugh) 486 0 0
Cambridge (Thomas Sheffard) 689 19
ditto (Matthew Denton) 761 6 6
ditto (Thomas Poole) 865 15 6
Canterbury (Jacob Lynn) 3,102 13 4
Carmarthen (John Picton) 949 8
Chester (Thomas Walbanck) 2,191 2
Cornwall (John Weston) 313 19
ditto (Stewkley Goodwin) 1,309 18
Cumberland (John Hodgson) 624 15 5
Derby (John Morris) 1,440 11
Dorset (Thomas Cornelius) 1,766 3
ditto (William Sherborne) 9 12 11½
Durham (Thomas Billings) 2,095 0
Essex (Edmond Haddock) 1,681 16
Exeter (Edward Binlawes) 2,195 5
Gloucester (John Meredith) 1,485 17
ditto (Edward Kemeys) 75 1 9
Grantham (John Brook) 315 2
Hants (Thomas Saunderson) 1,927 3 8
ditto (William Morton) 1,713 2
Hereford (Edward Hallford) 1,514 18 9
Hertford (Henry Marmion) 4,380 1 3
Isle of Wight (Benjamin Everard) 103 5
ditto (William Osborne) 56 9
Lancaster (Edward Burghall) 868 6
ditto (Matthew Denton) 916 17 10¼
Leeds (Matthew Slack) 2,879 6
Lichfield (William Bainbrig) 1,689 1
Lincoln (Samuel Power) 1,787 3
Marlborough (Thomas Hope) 1,271 10 11
Northampton (John Wyat) 2,228 16 10
Northumberland (John Willcox) 151 13 10¾
Norwich (Thomas Boocock) 2,697 9
Oxford (Leonard Benton) 209 0 9
ditto (Thomas French) 801 16
Reading (Thomas Gibbons) 1,618 0
Richmond (William Archer) 956 17
Salop (Maurice Pugh) 1,915 10
ditto (George Lomax) 521 11
Sheffield (John Rockett) 420 5
ditto (William Askew) 1,732 3
Suffolk (Richard Eeles) 2,963 0 5
Surry (William Moreton) 1,921 4
ditto (Thomas Saunderson) 1,799 13
ditto (Francis Somaster) 233 2 10½
Sussex (Thomas French) 494 19
ditto (Leonard Benton) 1,190 13
Taunton (Joseph Wheeler) 2,414 7
Tiverton (Stewkly Goodwin) 353 7 5
ditto (John Brooke) 1,082 7
East Wales (Edward Kemeys) 175 4 1
Middle Wales (John Jenkyns) 252 16
North Wales (William Gough) 95 12
ditto (Edward Kemeys) 960 19
West Wales (John Picton) 85 18 3
Westmorland (William Askew) 430 10 9
ditto (John Rockett) 1,246 18
Worcester (Walter Warlow) 2,852 16
York (Jervas Raynes) 1,375 13
these Accomptants within London Collection 11,447 12
89,911 9
for the Additional Duty from 1 Aug. 1712:
Bedford (Matthew Denton) 266 12
ditto (Thomas Sheffard) 620 4
Bristoll (George Lomax) 1,396 14 11¾
ditto (Maurice Pugh) 288 0 0
Cambridge (Thomas Sheffard) 390 2 7
ditto (Matthew Denton) 417 11 0
ditto (Thomas Poole) 453 0 0
Canterbury (Jacob Lynn) 1,695 0 11¼
Carmarthen (John Picton) 568 9
Chester (Thomas Wallbanck) 1,227 10
Cornwall (John Weston) 230 5 11¼
ditto (Stewkley Goodwin) 622 11
Cumberland (John Hodgson) 394 10
Derby (John Morris) 901 2 10¾
Dorsett (Thomas Cornelius) 937 19 1
Durham (Thomas Billings) 1,345 7 11¼
Essex (Edmond Haddock) 995 12
Exeter (Edward Binlawes) 1,487 5 7
Gloucester (John Meredith) 805 12 10
ditto (Edward Kemeys) 69 3 11
Grantham (John Brooke) 200 13
Hants (Thomas Sanderson) 1,158 0
ditto (William Morton) 969 13 6
Hereford (Edward Halford) 865 2
Hertford (Henry Marmion) 3,022 0 11¼
Isle of Wight (Benjamin Everard) 54 15
ditto (William Osborn) 30 19
Lancaster (Edward Burghall) 476 19 4
ditto (Matthew Denton) 475 17
Leeds (Matthew Slack) 1,638 14
Lichfield (William Bainbrig) 958 7
Lincoln (Samuel Power) 1,060 8
Marlborough (Thomas Hope) 718 16
Northampton (John Wyatt) 1,336 12 11¾
Northumberland (John Willcox) 88 11 3
Norwich (Thomas Boocock) 1,453 2 10¼
Oxford (Leonard Benton) 165 1
ditto (Thomas French) 468 19
Reading (Thomas Gibbons) 938 1
Richmond (William Archer) 581 10
Salop (Maurice Pugh) 1,044 1
ditto (George Lomax) 337 10 4
Sheffield (John Rockett) 231 15
ditto (William Askew) 917 3 8
Suffolk (Richard Eeles) 1,695 18
Surry (William Morton) 1,305 18 10¼
ditto (Thomas Saunderson) 1,036 3
Sussex (Thomas French) 313 10 10
ditto (Leonard Benton) 679 19
Taunton (Joseph Wheeller) 1,280 12
Tiverton (Stewkly Goodwyn) 199 15 11¾
ditto (John Brooke) 606 11
East Wales (Edward Kemeys) 125 3 10½
Middle Wales (John Jenkins) 185 15
North Wales (William Gough) 63 13 3
ditto (Edward Kemeys) 545 14
West Wales (John Picton) 68 17
Westmorland (William Askew) 180 14
ditto (John Rockett) 700 8
Worcester (Walter Warlow) 1,708 18
York (Gervas Raynes) 840 13 11
these Accomptants within the Division of London 7,539 10 11¾
53,383 18 1
(total receipts as above 143,295l. 7s. 5¼d.)
total charge and receipts £143,900 9 10
(whereof on the Old Duties 90,469l. 1s. 9d., and on the Additional Duties 53,431l. 8s. 1d.)
Discharge.
Salaries:
Richard Shoreditch, William Walbanck, Roger Millarte, Justinian Isham, Thomas Leigh and Reginald Ryley, Commissioners to 22 Dec. 1714, 889l. 13s. 1½d.; William Wallbanck, Nicholas Vincent, Paul Burrard, John Williams, Anthony Dawley and Bryan Fairfax, succeeding them, to Ladyday 1715 310l. 6s. 10½d.; in all at 200l. per an. each 1,200 0 0
William Richins, Surveyor General; year to Ladyday 1715 80 0 0
Officers, named, for surveying tanners in London etc. 295 13 11
Edward Foley, Cashier, for himself and clerks 510 0 0
Francis Sorell, Secretary 50 0 0
John Powle, Clerk Assistant 20 0 0
John Rolfe, Register 60 0 0
John Huggins, late Solicitor and Clerk of the Securities, to 24 April 1714; Edmond Giles Hooper succeeding him to 8 Feb. 1714–5; George Wilson succeeding Hooper to Ladyday 1715 150 0 0
Leonard Reresby, Comptroller 100 0 0
John Bach, his clerk 50 0 0
Henry Needler, Accomptant General 100 0 0
Valence Comyn, his assistant 60 0 0
George Pain and Edward Willson, two others 100 0 0
Richard Does, Examiner 60 0 0
Henry Buck, his assistant, to 10 Sept. 1714, and William Greenhill succeeding him 50 0 0
Anthony Radcliffe, Storekeeper to 4 Jan. 1714–15 and Robert Manaton succeeding him 50 0 0
Anna Butcher, Housekeeper 80 0 0
Messenger, doorkeeper and porter, named 60 0 0
3,075 13 11
incident expenses: to the Earl of Salisbury for rent of the Office 25l.; stationery ware etc. 1,194l. 9s. 3d.; Edward Foley, late Cashier, for Exchequer fees etc. 89l. 14s. 1d.; Officers’ taxes 43l. 10s. 1,352 13 4
(total for salaries and incidents 4,428l. 7s. 3d. viz., out of the Old Duties 2,768l. 16s. 1¾d. and out of the Additional Duties 1,659l. 11s. 1¼d.)
money repaid upon debentures for hides and skins exported:
out of the Old Duties 4,866 4 6
out of the Additional Duties 2,422 1 8
7,288 6 2
repayment to John Keene, Currier, of an overcharge on the Old Duties 2 15
money paid into the Exchequer, detailed by dates:
out of the Old Duties from 24 June 1711 81,592 17 2
out of the Additional Duties from 1 Aug. 1712 48,943 6 6
130,536 3 8
total payments and allowances £142,255 12
(whereof out of the Old Duties 89,230l. 13s. 4¼d., and out of the Additional Duties 53,024l. 19s. 3¼d.)
and so remains 1,644 17
whereof depending on Francis Sorrel for money imprested to him for contingent expenses 599 2 1
and so the Accomptants are Indebted 1,045 15
Declared 17 April 1719.