Revenue Account
General Abstract

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'Revenue Account: General Abstract', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 21: 1706-1707 (1952), pp. XCI-CXLIII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90420 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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General Abstract

Cr.
Per Contra. l. s. d. l. s. d.
By Principal [of Loan money] repaid in part of a credit for 1,850,000l. 136,000 0 0
By [paid] interest [on ditto] at 5 per cent. 16,547 16 11
152,547 16 11
By Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer, 28 September 1706 9,025 2 6
£162,472 19 5
Per Contra.
By Loan money remaining in the Exchequer, 28 September 1706 £92 2 10½
Per Contra. l. s. d.
By [paid] interest of Loans on the First 3s. Aid in further part of 33,847l. 18s. 3d. for one year 1,656 0 0
[by ditto] on the Third Quarterly Poll in further part of 18,381l. 12s. 0d. for one year 17 14 4
By loan money remaining in the Exchequer, 28 September 1706 502 0
£2,175 15
Per Contra. l. s. d. l. s. d.
By [paid] interest of Loans on the First 3s. Aid in further part of 33,847l. 18s. 3d. for one year 1,656 0 0
ditto on the Third Quarterly Poll in further part of 18,381l. 12s. 0d. for one year 17 14 4
[ditto] on Coals transferred to Leather, in further part of 35,310l. 13s. 4d. for one year 26 5 0
1,699 19 4
By Loan money remaining in the Exchequer, 28 September 1706 2,447 0 5
£4,146 19 9
Per Contra.
By [paid to] Charles Fox [late Paymaster of the Forces Abroad] for account of the Forces acting in Portugal anno 1704 £138 16
Per Contra. l. s. d.
By [paid to] Charles Fox as above for account of the Forces acting in Portugal anno 1704 5,890 1
By [balance of] Loan money remaining in the Exchequer, 28 September 1706 11,500 0 0
£17,396 1
Per Contra.
By [tallies issued to] Charles Fox, late Paymaster of the Forces [Abroad] upon account £8,104 19
Memorandum. The [various Departmental] Treasurers and Paymasters are all charged by a distinct account infra p. cvi with the tallies issued to them. Sec that Account for the application of these tallies.
Dr.
Contributions for Annuities for 99 years from 25 March 1704 [raised on or] out of the 3,700l. per week [as by 2–3 Anne, c. 3]. l. s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer, 28 September 1705 65,577 0
£65,577 0
Loans on Credit on the money arising by sale of her Majesty's tin.
l. s. d.
To [cash balance of] Loans remaining in the Exchequer at 28 September 1705 1,250 0 0
To Loan us made there: l. s. d.
1706 Xmas quarter 14,540 0 0
1706 Lady day quarter 6,445 0 0
1706 Midsummer quarter 22,577 7 9
1706 Michaelmas quarter 21,290 0 0
64,852 7 9
To further loans, being tallies levied on this Fond for public service at Midsummer 1706 12,135 8 3
£78,237 16 0
Cr.
Per Contra. l. s. d.
By paid on Annuities for the quarterly payments incurred between Lady day 1704 and Christmas 1705, viz.:
l. s. d.
on annuities for one life 13,322 10 0
on annuities for two lives 6,517 l5 0
on annuities for three lives 2,354 5 0
on annuities for 99 years 12,871 0
65,065 10
By Balance in cash remaining in the Exchequer, 28 September 1706 511 10 0
£65,577 0 5
Per Contra. l. s. d. l. s. d.
By paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer for the uses following, viz.:
on account of the Civil List.
paid to Francis Godolphin, Cofferer of the Household, on account [for the service of the Household] 500 0 0
paid to Visct. FitzHardinge, Treasurer of the Chamber, upon account [for the service of the Chamber] 673 18 5
paid to Thomas Lloyd, Paymaster of the Works, upon account [for the service of the Works] 503 3
paid to William Roberts, Paymaster of the Works at Windsor, upon account [for said Works] 869 5
paid to Foreign Ministers on their ordinary and extraordinary allowances 2,885 0 0
paid on fees and salaries [payable at the Exchequer] 5,515 13
paid on Pensions and Annuities [payable at the Exchequer] 1,133 3 4
paid on [royal] Bounties 1,037 10 0
paid to the Privy Purse per Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough 4,900 0 0
paid to Contingencies of divers natures 1,517 10 10½
paid for Jewels or presents in lieu of Jewels to Foreign Ministers 217 0 0
paid to Samuel Smithen, her Majesty's Goldsmith, for plate 3814 12 40¾
paid to Henry Scobell on account of the tin affair 25,033 10 11
48,930 9 5
for Public services.
paid to the several Paymasters undernamed for extraordinary services proper to the accounts of the several years following, viz.:
anno 1705: to Charles Fox. late Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, for arrears of Subsidy to the King of Denmark 7,500 0 0
anno 1706: to James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, for Monsieur Darzillier for services towards the war in Italy 12,135 8 3
19,635 8 3
By cash of loans remaining in the Exchequer, 28 September 1706 9,671 18 4
£78,237 16 0
Dr.
Contributions pro anno 1705 for [further] Annuities on the 3,700l. per week of Excise [as by 3–4 Anne, c. 2]. l. s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer, 28 September, 1705 151,801 13
£151,801 13
Loans pro anno 1705 on the Eighth 4s. Aid granted 3 Anne, c. 1, for one year from 25 March 1705.
in money. by levying tallies.
l. s. d. l. s. d. l. s. d.
To Loans made at the Exchequer:
1705 Xmas quarter 2,259 16 6 2,300 0 0
1706 Lady day quarter 500 0 0
1706 Midsummer quarter 17,900 0 0
1706 Michaelmas quarter 525 0 0
21,184 16 6 2,300 0 0 23,484 16 6
£23,484 16 6
Cr.
Per Contra. l. s. d. l. s. d.
for the year 1705.
By [paid] to Sir Thomas Littleton, Treasurer of the Navy, for account of Wages to Seamen 12,000 0 0
By [paid to ditto] more for account of Victualling 11,000 0 0
23,000 0 0
By [paid] to James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, for account of the 40,000 men 80,000 0 0
By [paid to ditto] for account of the 10,200 men in Portugal 298 8 0
By [paid to ditto] for account of Subsidies, to wit to the Duke of Savoy 10,958 6 8
91,256 15 2
By [paid] to John How, Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons, for account of Guards and Garrisons 28,533 2
By [paid to ditto] for account of the 5,000 men for Sea Service 2,040 1 10
By [paid to ditto] for account of the Invalids 689 8 6
By [paid to ditto] for account of the 5,000 additional men in lieu of those serving with the Fleet 6,282 5 0
37,544 18
£151,801 13
Per Contra. l. s. d. l. s. d.
out of the Loans in money.
By [paid to] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, for account of the 10.200 men in Portugal at Christmas 1705 2,140 5
By [paid to ditto] for account of Subsidies, to wit to the King of Portugal 2,259 16 6
By [paid to ditto] for account of Extra-ordinaries, to wit for Gibraltar 182 9 0
4,582 1 10¾
out of tallies. to wit by issue of tallies for uses to be appointed.
By [issued to] James Brydges as above, intended for the service of Gibraltar 2,300 0 0
Memorandum. By a, particular account infra p. cvi, Mr. Brydges is charged with all the tallies issued to him on the publique Fonds: vide that account for the application thereof.
By [balance of cash of] Loans remaining in the Exchequer, 28 September 1706 15,361 11
£23,484 16 6
Dr.
Loans pro anno 1705 on Malt, Mum etc by 3–4 Anne. c. 17 for one year from 24 June 1705.
in money. by levying tallies.
l. s. d. l. s. d. l. s. d.
To Loans made at the Exchequer:
1705 Xmas quarter 50,970 0 0 45,000 0 0
1706 Lady day quarter 10,905 4
1706 Midsummer quarter 2,267 2
1706 Michaelmas quarter
50,070 0 0 58,172 7 3 109,142 7 3
£109,142 7 3
Loans on the Two Thirds Additional Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage granted by 3–4 Anne, c. 3 for four years from 8 March 1704–5.
l. s. d.
To [balance of money of] Loans remaining in the Exchequer, 28 September 1705 1,100 0 0
in money. by levying tallies.
To Loans made there: l. s. d. l. s. d.
1705 Xmas quarter 21,286 7 11 4,603 3 10
1706 Lady day quarter 150 0 0 145,451 6
1706 Midsummer quarter
1706 Michaelmas quarter
21,436 7 11 150,054 10 171,490 18
£172,590 18
Cr.
Per Contra. l. s. d. l. s. d.
out of Loans in money.
By [paid to] Sir Thomas Littleton, Treasurer of the Navy, on account of the [Naval] Ordinary anno 1705 29,400 0 0
for account of Wear and Tear [anno 1705] 9,049 0 0
38,449 0 0
By [paid to] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, for account of the 10,200 men in Portugal anno 1705 11,173 3 2
By [paid to] John How [Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons] for account of the 5,000 additional men in lieu of those serving with the Fleet 1,347 16 10
50,970 0 0
in tallies for uses to be appointed.
By [issued to] James Brydges for account of the 40,000 men 8,405 4
ditto for account of the 10,000 men 2,500 0 0
ditto for extraordinaries of the Saxe Gotha Troops anno 1703 2,267 2
13,172 7 3
By [issued to] Thomas Jett upon account for paying interest on unsatisfied Debentures [for Army Debts] 45,000 0 0
£109,142 7 3
Memorandum: these tallies are charged in the account p. cvi infra. See that account for the application thereof.
Per Contra. l. s. d. l. s. d.
out of Loans in money.
By [paid to] Sir Thomas Littleton, Treasurer of the Navy, for account of the Victualling [anno 1705] 1,266 0 0
By [paid to] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, for account of Subsidies to the Allies [anno 1705] 13,541 1 8
for account of the 8,000 Prussians for the assistance of Savoy [anno 1705] 6,304 6 3
for account of extraordinaries to the troops of Saxe Gotha [anno 1705] 1,165 0 0
21,010 7 11
By [paid to] John How, Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons, for account of Guards and Garrisons 234 0 0
for account of the 5,000 additional men in lieu of those serving with the Fleet 26 0 0
260 0 0
22,536 7 11
in tallies for uses to be appointed.
By [paid to] Sir Thomas Littleton, Treasurer of the Navy, upon account [pro anno 1705] 47,669 5
By [paid to] Harry Mordaunt, Paymaster of the Ordnance, upon account [pro anno 1705] 45,257 11
By paid to James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad: upon account [pro anno 1705], 7,630l. for the 8,000 Prussians; 6,594l. 15s.d. for the 40,000 men; 10,506l. 17s.d. for the 10,000 men; 5,000l. for the 10,200 men [in Portugal]; 22,792 16s. 10d. for the debt to Prussia 52,524 9
By paid to John How, Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons, upon account [pro anno 1705] 4,603 3 10
150,054 10
£172,590 18
Memorandum: these tallies are charged in the account of tallies infra p. cvi. See that account for the application thereof.
Dr.
Lionel Herne, for the money imprested to him for purchasing Exchequer Bills.
To Cash remaining in his hands, 28 September 1705 £223 0
Loans on the Continued Duties on Low Wines and Additional Duties on Coffee etc. as granted by 12–13 Wm. III, c. 11 and Continued to 24 June 1710 by 3–4 Anne, c. 18.
l. s. d.
To [balance in cash of] Loans remaining in the Exchequer. 28 September 1705 7,675 0 0
in money. by levying tallies.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
To Loans made into the Exchequer in 1705 Xmas quarter 20,443 8 9 198,236 19 1
227,680 7 10
£235,355 7 10
Cr.
Per Contra.
By Cash remaining in his hands, 28 September 1706 £223 0
Per Contra. l. s. d. l. s. d.
out of Loans in money.
By [paid to] Sir Thomas Littleton, Treasurer of the Navy:
for account of Wages 2,520 0 0
for account of Victualling 414 0 0
2,934 0 0
By paid to James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad:
for account of the 10,200 men in Portugal 3,130 0 0
for account of Subsidies to the Allies 19,886 11 10
for account of 8,000 Prussians for assistance of Savoy 6,195 13 9
29,212 5 7
by paid to John How, Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons, for account of 5,000 additional men in lieu of those serving with the Fleet 4,972 3 2
37,118 8 9
issues in tallies for uses to be appointed.
By [issued to] Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance, upon account 73,592 8
By [issued to] John How, Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons, upon account [thereof] 32,081 9 7
By [issued to] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, viz.
11,594l. 15s.d. for the 10,000 men; 20,000l. for the 10,000 men: 5,000l. for the 10,200 men in Portugal; 29,158l. 2s. 6d. for Subsidies in general; 22,207l. 3s. 2d. for the debt to Prussia 91,960 0 11½
198,236 19 1
£235,355 7 10
Memorandum: these tallies are charged in the account infra p. cvi. See that account for the application thereof.
Dr.
Loans on the Ninth 4s. Aid as by 4 Anne, c. 1, for one year from 25 March 1706.
in money. by levying tallies.
l. s. d. l. s. d. l. s. d.
To Loans made at the Exchequer
1705 Xmas quarter 666,883 6 0 300,000 0 0
1706 Lady day quarter 713,075 17 10 163,874 8
1706 Midsummer quarter 6,166 7
1,379,959 3 10 470,040 16 2
1,850,000 0 0
£1,850,000 0 0
Cr.
Per Contra. l. s. d. l. s. d.
out of Loans in money.
By [paid to] Sir Thomas Littleton, Treasurer of the Navy, for account of the [Naval] Ordinary 66,551 0 0
ditto for account of Wages to Seamen 90,476 0 0
ditto for Walter Whitfeild, Paymaster of Marines, upon account for the Marine Regiments 3,000 0 0
ditto for account of the Victualling 229,900 6 10½
ditto for account of Wear and Tear 356,097 0 0
746,024 6 10½
By [paid to] Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance, on account for Land Services [of the Ordnance] 20,000 0 0
ditto for account of Sea Services [of the Ordnance] 20,000 0 0
40,000 0 0
By [paid to] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, for account of the 40,000 men 187,136 9 0
ditto for account of the 10,000 additional men 37,952 10
ditto for account of the 10,200 men for Portugal 32,997 3
ditto for account of Subsidies to the Allies 97,600 0 0
ditto for account of the 250,000l. for prosecuting the successes in Spain 88,853 11
ditto for account of the 5,000 men in Catalonia 42,288 0 8
ditto for account of Levy money to recruit horses lost by the English 10,197 6 8
ditto to recruit English officers' horses lost 10,446 13 4
517,472 0 10
By [paid to] John How, Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons 23,773 2 6
ditto for account of the 5,000 men for Sea Service 13,830 10 9
37,603 13 3
By [paid to] John Nutin, late Paymaster for the Transports, upon account for the Transports 7,957 12 0
By [paid to] Charles Mason, the present Pay- master [of Transports], upon account for the Transports 30,000 0 0
37,957 12 0
By [paid to J Thomas Jett towards paying interest on unsatisfied Debentures [for Army debts] 10,901 10 10½
1,379,959 3 10
[issued] in tallies for uses to be appointed.
To Sir Thomas Littleton, Treasurer of the Navy, upon account 300,000 0 0
To James Brydges, Paymaster to the Forces Abroad, upon account 170,040 16 2
470,040 16 2
£1,850,000 0 0
Memorandum: these tallies are charged in the account of tallies, infra p. cvi. See that account for the application thereof.
Memorandum: the tallies to Mr. Brydges were issued on the following orders, viz.: l. s. d.
for the 40,000 men 107,708 11 9
for the 10,000 men 23,693 10
for the 5,000 men in Catalonia 20,639 10
for prosecuting the successes in Spain 18,000 0 0
£170,040 16 2
Dr.
Loans on the Duties on Malt etc. pro anno 1700 as by 4–5 Anne, c. 17, for one year from 24 June 1706.
in money. by levying tallies.
l. s. d. l. s. d. l. s. d.
To Loans made at the Exchequer:
1706 Lady day quarter 201,957 0 0 275,500 0 0
1706 Midsummer quarter 29,817 13 6 75,426 2
1706 Michaelmas quarter 67,299 4
299,073 17 350,926 2 650,000 0 0
£650,000 0 0
Cr.
Per Contra. l. s. d. l. s. d.
out of the Loans in money.
By [paid to] Sir Thomas Littleton, Treasurer of the Navy, for account of Wages to Seamen 13,309 1 10
ditto for account of the Victualling 31,600 0 0
ditto for account of Wear and Tear 6,000 0 0
50,909 1 10
By [paid to] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, for account of the 40,000 men 17,356 8 4
ditto for account of the 10,000 additional men 4,057 9 0
ditto for account of the 10,200 men in Portugal 5,933 10
ditto for account of Subsidies to the Allies 35,597 4 4
ditto for account of the 250,000l. for prosecuting the successes in Spain 38,639 1
ditto for account of levy money for recruit horses lost by the English 5,098 13 4
ditto for account of levy money to recruit English officers' horses lost 5,223 6 8
ditto for account of Extraordinaries 75,070 13 0
186,976 6 6
By [paid to] John How, Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons, for account of Guards and Garrisons 20,851 13 4
ditto for account of the 5,000 men for Sea Service 5,487 0 8
ditto for account of the Invalids 666 14 5
27,005 8 5
By [paid to] Charles Mason, Paymaster for the Transports, upon account [for the Transports] 587 16 9
265,478 13 6
[issued] in tallies for uses to be appointed.
By [issued to] Sir Thomas Littleton, Treasurer of the Navy, upon account 10,000 0 0
By [issued to] James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces, upon account 240,926 2
By [issued to] John How, Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons, [upon account] 100,000 0 0
350,926 2
By Loans remaining in the Exchequer, 28 September 1706 33,595 4
£650,000 0 0
Memorandum: the above tallies are charged in the account of tallies infra p. cvi. Sec that account for the application thereof.
Memorandum: the tallies to Mr. Brydges were issued on the following orders: l. s. d.
for he 40,000 men 112,000 0 0
for the 10,000 men 19,667 13 4
for the 10,200 men in Portugal 15,473 19 3
for the 5,000 men in Catalonia 6,323 12
for prosecuting the successes in Spain 9,571 19 6
for Subsidies: to wit for the Duke of Savoy 52,888 17 8
for the King of Portugal 25,000 0 0
£240,926 2
Dr.
Contributions for Annuities for 99 years from 25 March 1706 as by the Act 4–5 Anne, c. 18. pro anno 1706.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
To money contributed from 15 February:
from 15 February 1705–6 to 29 March 1706 998,299 8
from 15 February 1705–6 to 28 June 1706 509,940 18
from 15 February 1705–6 to 28 September 1706 764,540 7 6
2,272,780 14 7
Memorandum:
These annuities were set at 15½ years' purchase and the Fond established for their payment is as followeth:
the One Third Tonnage and Poundage from 8 March 1706–7 for 98 years. The produce of this with 280,000l. out of the purchase money [or Contributions] is to be the Fond for paying them for the first two years, to wit from Lady day 1706 to Lady day 1708.
the Duties on Coals, Culme and Cynders Continued from 14 May 1708 to 30 September 1710. This with the One Third Tonnage and Poundage is to be the fond for paying them from Lady day 1708 to Michaelmas 1710, being 2½ years.
the 9d. per barrel Excise for the Million Lottery annuities which [Duty] has Continuance till 17 May 1713 and is further Continued for 95 years from the said 17 May 1713.
From Michaelmas 1710 (all the [Million] Lottery annuities being first satisfied) this [9d. Excise Duty] together with the One Third Tonnage will be the Fonds for the remainder which will be then to come of the said term of 99 years.
£2,272,780 14 7
Cr.
Per Contra. l. s. d. l. s. d.
By [paid to] Sir Thomas Littleton, Treasurer of the Navy, for account of the [Naval] Ordinary 36,000 0 0
ditto for account of Wages to Seamen 230,640 0 0
ditto for Walter Whitfeild, Paymaster of the Marines, upon account [for the Marine Regiments] 46,814 14 0
ditto for account of the Victualling 190,901 1 5
ditto for account of Wear and Tear 217,705 0 0
722,060 15 5
By [paid to] Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance, for account of Land Services of the Ordnance 50,000 0 0
ditto for account of Sea Services of the Ordnance 40,000 0 0
90,000 0 0
By paid to James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, for account of the 40,000 men 348,805 13
ditto for account of the 10,000 additional men 92,185 1
ditto for account of the 10,200 men in Portugal 101,148 2 10¾
ditto for account of Subsidies to the Allies 157,041 13 2
ditto for account of 250,000l. for prosecuting the successes in Spain 71,999 4 11
ditto for account of Extraordinaries of the war [not previously provided for by Parliament] 106,031 6
877,211 2
By [paid to] John How, Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons, for account of Guards and Garrisons 51,190 6 1
ditto for account of the 5,000 men for Sea Service 14,431 14 1
ditto for account of the Invalids 1,389 16 4
67,011 16 6
By [paid to] Charles Mason, Paymaster for the Transports, upon account [for Transports] 20,000 0 0
By [paid to] the Trustees for Circulating Exchequer Bills, upon account [charges of circulating] 3,500 0 0
By [paid to] William Clayton, upon account to answer the allowance [rebate] to Contributors [for annuities] for prompt payments [prepayments] 11,000 0 0
1,790,783 14
By Cash remaining in the Exchequer at 28 September 1706 481,996 19 10½
£2,272,780 14 7
Dr.
The several [Departmental] Accomptants for the sums imprested to them [in Tallies] for uses to be appointed.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
To the sums remaining in their hands unapplied at Michaelmas, 1705
in the hands of the Navy Treasurer:
on Reversionary annuities 53,673 0 0
on the Eighth 4s. Aid 100,025 6 2
153,698 6 2
in the hands of Charles Fox: on Reversionary annuities 80,160 0 0
in the hands of John How
on Reversionary annuities 4,458 12
on the Two Thirds Tonnage and Poundage 50,000 0 0
54,458 12
in the hands of James Brydges
on Malt, Mum, etc. 5,000 0 0
on the Two Thirds Tonnage and Poundage 14,000 0 0
on Low Wines, etc. 9,500 0 0
28,500 0 0
total of remains of imprests, 316,816l. 18s.d.
To the sums imprested between Michaelmas 1705 and Michaelmas 1706 to the several Treasurers and Paymasters in tallies for uses to be appointed.
for the service of the year 1704.
to Charles Fox, late Paymaster of the Forces, tallies on the Seventh 4s. Aid: ut supra p. xci 8,164 19
for the service of the year 1705.
to James Brydges, tallies on the Eighth 4s. Aid, ut supra, p. xcv 2,300 0 0
ditto tallies on Malt 13,172 7 3
to Thomas Jett, Paymaster of the Debentures, tallies on Malt ut ibid 45,000 0 0
58,172 7 3
to Sir Thomas Littleton, Navy Treasurer, tallies on the Two Thirds Tonnage and Poundage ut supra, p. xcvii 47,669 5
to Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance, tallies on same, ut ibid 45,257 11
to James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, tallies on same ut ibid 52,524 9
to John How, Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons, tallies on same ut ibid 4,603 3 10
150,054 10
to Harry Mordaunt, tallies on Low Wines, ut supra p. xcix 73,592 8
to James Brydges, tallies on same ut ibid 91,960 0 11½
to John How, tallies on same at ibid 32,684 9 7
198,236 19 1
(total for the service of 1705 40,8763l. 16s.d.)
for the sere ice of the year 1706.
to Sir Thomas Littleton, tallies on the Ninth 1s. Aid ut supra, p. ci 300,000 0 0
to james Brydges, tallies on same ut ibid 170,040 16 2
470,040 16 2
Carried forward £1,203,786 10 11¼
Cr.
Per Contra. l. s. d.
By [tallies issued] for the Services out of tallies as per contra or out of moneys raised thereupon to Michaelmas 1706.
out of tallies on the Seventh 4s. Aid pro anno 1704.
By [issued to] Charles Fox, for account of the 8,000 men for Portugal anno 1704 8,164 19
out of the tallies on the Eighth 4s. Aid 1705. pro anno 1705. l. s. d.
By issued to Sir Thomas Littleton
for account of Wages 31,400 0 0
for account of Wear and Tear 38,420 0 0
By issued to Walter Whitfeild upon account for the Marines 30,205 6 2
By issued to James Brydges, on account of Extraordinaries, for Gibraltar 2,300 0 0
102,325 6 2
out of tallies on Malt.
By issued to James Brydges for account of the 40,000 men 5,000 0 0
for account of the 10,000 additional men 10,905 4
on the order to make good Extraordinaries anno 1703 [to wit] for service in lieu of those Extraordinaries 2,267 2
18,172 7 3
By issued to Thomas Jett for account of interest on unsatisfied [War Debt] debentures 45,000 0 0
(total of tallies on Malt, 63,172l. 7s. 3d.)
out of tallies on the Tivo Thirds Tonnage and Poundage.
By issued to Sir Thomas Littleton
for account of Wages 37,405 0 0
for account of the Victualling 10,264 5
47,669 5
By issued to Harry Mordaunt
for account of Ordnance Land Service 20,000 0 0
for account of Ordnance Sea Service 25,257 11
45,257 11
By issued to James Brydges
for account of the 40,000 men 6,594 15
for account of the 10,000 additional men 10,506 17
for account of the 10,200 men in Portugal 10,000 0 0
for account of the Prussians to help Savoy 4,000 0 0
for account of the Prussian King's arrear of Subsidy in the late war 22,792 16 10
on the order to make good extraordinaries anno 1703, for services in lieu thereof 9,000 0 0
62,894 9
By issued to John How
for account of Guards and Garrisons 44,896 8 5
for account of the 5,000 men for Sea Service 4,406 13 1
for account of the Invalids 696 18 6
for account of the 5,000 additional men in lieu of those serving with the Fleet 4,603 3 10
54,603 3 10
(total of tallies on the Two Thirds Tonnage and Poundage, 210,424l. 10s.d.)
out of the tallies on Low Wines, etc.
By issued to Harry Mordaunt
for account of Ordnance Land Service 20,000 0 0
for account of Ordnance Sea Service 14,742 8
34,742 8
Carried forward £418,829 11
Dr.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 1,203,786 10 11¼
To Sir Thomas Littleton, tallies on Malt anno 1706 ut supra p. ciii 10,000 0 0
To James Brydges, tallies on same ut ibid 240,926 2
To John How, tallies on same ut ibid 100,000 0 0
350,926 2
(total for the service of the year 1706, 820,966l. 18s.d.)
Carried forward £1,554,712 13
Per Contra. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 418,829 11
By issued to James Brydges
for account of the 40,000 men 11,594 15
for account of the 10,000 additional men 20,000 0 0
for account of the 10,200 men in Portugal 14,500 0 0
for account of the Subsidies to the Allies (whereof 875l. is for the debt to Prussia in the late war) 30,033 2 6
for account of the Prussians sent to the assistance of Savoy 4,000 0 0
80,127 17
By issued to John How
for account of Guards and Garrisons 5,030 13
for account of the 5,000 men for Sea Service 4,465 7 11
for account of Invalids 777 18 9
for account of the 5,000 additional men in lieu of those serving with the Fleet 4,674 19 6
14,948 19
(total of tallies on Low Wines etc., 129,819l. 5s.d.)
out of tallies on Reversionary Annuities, anno 1705.
By issued to Charles Fox
for account of the 40,000 men 16,770 3
for account of the 10,000 additional men 2,742 7 11¾
for account of the 10,200 men in Portugal 14,325 8
for so much [in tallies] assigned over by him to James Brydges by Treasury warrant 46,322 0 0
80,160 0 0
Memorandum: Mr. Brydges is made debtor by a particular account for the tallies so assigned: vide that account infra p. ex for the uses to which they are applied.
By issued to John How
for account of Guards and Garrisons 1,510 0 8
for account of the 5,000 men for Sea Service 1,771 0
for account of the additional 5,000 men in lieu of those serving with the Fleet 1,177 11 5
4,458 12
(total of tallies on Reversionary annuities, 84,618l. 12s.d.)
pro anno 1706
out of tallies on the Ninth 4s. Aid 1706.
By issued to Sir Thomas Littleton
for account of Wages to Seamen 260,000 0 0
for account of Victualling 20,000 0 0
for Walter Whitfeild, upon account, for the Marine Regiments 20,000 0 0
300,000 0 0
By issued to James Brydges
for account of the 40,000 men 107,708 14 9
for account of the 10,000 additional men 23,692 10
for account of the 250,000l. for prosecuting the successes in Spain 18,000 0 0
for account of the 5,000 men in Catalonia 20,639 10
170,040 16 2
(total of tallies on the Ninth 4s. Aid, 470,040l. 16s. 2d.)
out of tallies on Malt anno 1706.
By issued to Sir Thomas Littleton for account of the Victualling 10,000 0 0
Carried forward £1,078,565 17 8
Brought forward 1,554,712 13
£1,554,712 13
James Brydges in account for the tallies assigned to him by Charles Fox.
for the services of the year 1705. l. s. d. l. s. d.
To a Remain at Michaelmas 1705 upon tallies on Low Wines etc. for the 10,000 additional men 15 7 11¾
To tallies and orders for Reversionary annuities assigned by said Fox as by the account supra, p. cix. 46,322 0 0
46,337 7 11¾
£46,337 7 11¾
John How, [Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons] for the tallies assigned to him by James Brydges as above.
for the service of the year 1705.
to tallies and orders for Reversionary annuities assigned to him by James Brydges as by warrant in that behalf £1,130 5
Cr.
Per Contra. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 1,078,565 17 8
By issued to James Brydges
for account of the 40,000 men 60,893 8 9
for account of the 10,000 additional men 19,667 13 4
for account of the 10,200 men in Portugal 15,473 19 3
for account of the 250,000l. for prosecuting successes in Spain 9,571 19 6
for account of the 5,000 men in Catalonia 6,323 12
for account of Subsidies to the Allies 52,888 17 8
164,819 11
By issued to John How
for account of Guards and Garrisons 62,350 17 11
for account of the 5,000 men for Sea Service 25,229 17 1
for account of Invalids 655 0 0
88,235 15 0
(total out of tallies on Malt anno 1706, 263,055l. 6s.d.) 1,331,621 3
by the Remains in tallies undisposed of at Michaelmas 1706.
for the year 1705
on the Two Thirds Tonnage and Poundage
3,630l. in the hands of Mr. Brydges
on Low Wines
38,350l. in the hands of Harry Mordaunt
21.332l. 3s. 2d. in the hands of Mr. Brydges
17,735l. 10s.d. in the hands of Mr. How
on Reversionary annuities
53,673l. 0s. 0d. in the hands of the Navy Treasurer
for the year 1706 on Malt etc.
76,106l. 11s. 3d. in the hands of Mr. Brydges
11.764l. 5s. 0d. in the hands of Mr. How
total in the hands of the Navy Treasurer 53,673 0 0
total in the hands of the Ordnance Treasurer 38,850 0 0
total in the hands of Mr. Brydges 101,068 14 5
total in the hands of Mr. How 29,499 15
223,091 9
£1,554,712 13
Memorandum: The Remain on the Reversionary annuities in the hands of the Navy Treasurer [is] to be 80l. more for the value of a life fallen in in annuities: which is surcharged on him as by the account infra, p. cxxxiii.
Per Contra l. s. d. l. s. d.
out of the Remains on Low Wines.
By [tallies] placed to the account of the 10,000 additional men anno 1705 15 7 11¾
out of the tallies and orders for Reversionary annuities.
By paid for account of the 40,000 men anno 1705 25,580 12
By. paid for account of the 10,000 additional men anno 1705 4,183 1 3
By paid for account of the 10,200 men in Portugal anno 1705 15,428 1
By so much assigned over to John How, Pay- master of Guards and Garrisons, pursuant to a [Treasury] warrant in that behalf 1,130 5
46,322 0 0
£46,337 7 11¾
Memorandum; Mr. How is made Debtor by a particular account for the tallies so assigned as above. See that account as below for the uses to which the same arc applied.
Per Contra.
By paid for account of the 5,000 men in lieu of those serving with the Fleet £1,130 5
A GENERAL ABSTRACT
of the accounts of Public Revenues, Taxes and moneys borrowed from Michaelmas 1705 to Michaelmas 1706.
Dr.
l. s. d.
To Remains in Cash at Michaelmas 1705 as per the loot of that year's accompt appears
Customs commencing from Christmas 1699 34,125 8 0
Additional Tonnage and Poundage granted to the late King 44 9
Additional Tonnage and Poundage for the Queen's Civil List 20,098 2 1
arrears of the Duties on Coffee etc., for the Transport Debt 1 1 8
Duties on Low Wines Continued 1,428 12 0
Continued Impositions on Wines, Vinegar and Tobacco 68,331 15 11½
25 per cent. on French goods 445 18
Additional Impositions 3,384 4
arrears of the Duties on Coal and Culme 4 8 4
the Duties on Coal, Culme and Cynders Continued 13,755 10 11
One Third Additional Tonnage and Poundage 2,744 1 2
Two Thirds ditto 3,040 19
New Additional Duties on Coffee etc. 409 8
arrears of the Duties on Leather 1 13
Hereditary and Temporary Excise for the Queen's Civil List 3,450 11
3,700l. per week from Excise 16,501 19 5
arrears of the Double 9d. Excise ended 17 May 1697 0 9
9d. Excise for 16 years 59,556 10 10¾
Hereditary 9d. Excise for the Bank and Annuities 23,168 18
9d. Excise for 99 years 65,927 12 9
arrears of the Malt Duty for the Lottery Tickets 9,148 2
Duty on Sweets for ditto 3,516 9
Duties on Malt, Mum etc.
pro anno 1702 293 19
Ditto pro anno 1703 1,891 4
Ditto pro anno 1704 47,263 16 10
Ditto pro anno 1705 1,292 5
12d. per bushel salt with the Duties on Whale Fins etc. 9,739 17
28d. per bushel salt and additional Stamp Duties for the East India Company 9,845 16 6
Continued Stamp Duties 9,724 7 1
Post Office: for the Queen's Civil List 581 17 5
Seizures: for the Queen's Civil List 317 9
Brewers' forfeitures: for ditto 198 12 2
rent of the Lottery Farm: for Wm. III's Civil List 25 3 4
revenue of the Savoy Hospital 1,244 9 1
sale of the Queen's tin 1,679 11
First Fruits 16 3 10½
Tenths for the late King's Civil List 31 12 6
Tenths for the Queen's Civil List 1,282 9 10½
security of Richard Taylor, late Paymaster of the Lottery Tickets 1,000 0 0
rent of Hackney Coaches 500 0 0
Prize Money 4,000 0 0
Perquisites of Admiralty 6,472 1 0
arrears of 29 per cent. on paper 0 4
sale of Forfeited Estates in Ireland 1,000 0 0
Capitation Subsidies 120 2 11
Additional 12d. per £ 41 6
Additional Tonnage arrears 340 8 11½
First 3s. Aid 0 14
Third Quarterly Poll 7 13
Second 3s. Aid 5,262 19 6
Third 3s. Aid 12 12
Second 2s. Aid 243 12 6
Two Thirds of the Fourth 3s. Aid 1,592 17
One Third of ditto 320 3
Duties on Marriages etc. Continued 7,549 0 3
Duties on Houses 22,637 8
Cr.
Per Contra. l. s. d.
Issues for the Navy
By paid to Sir Thomas Littleton, Treasurer for the Navy, upon account for services as follow:
for the Ordinary in general (for 1705) 8,000l.; (for 1706) 24,000l.; for the Yards under the head of Ordinary (for 1705) 21,400l.; for (1706) 78,551l.
total for Ordinary 131,951 0 0
for Wages to Seamen:
(for 1705) 80,805l.; (for 1706) 555,000l.; Sick and Wounded and prisoners at war [under the head of Wages] (for 1705) 2,520l.; (for 1706) 33,395l. 16s.d.; the Chest at Chatham (for 1706) 7,000l.; subsistence, offreckonings and clearings to the Marine Regiments, by the hands of Walter Whitfeild (for 1705) 30,205l. 6s. 2d.; (for 1706) 69,814l. 14s. 0d.
total for Wages 778,740 16
for Victualling: for imprest bills, bills of exchange, short allowances and contingencies (for 1705) 21,264l. 5s.d.; (for 1706) 129,735l. 14s.d.; for sick and wounded and prisoners of war under the head of Victualling (for 1705) 1,680l.; (for 1706) 22,263l. 17s.d.; for the [Victualling] Course (for 1706) 330,401l. 16s.d.
total for Victualling 505,345 13 10
for Wear and Tear:
for imprests, bills of exchange and contingencies (for 1704) 6,000l.; (for 1705) 10,000l.; (for 1706) 30,000l.; for the yards under the head of Wear and Tear (for 1705) 37,469l.; (for 1706) 118,186l.; for the Course (for 1706) 431,616l.
total for Wear and Tear 633,271 0 0
total for the Navy £2,049,308 10
l. s. d.
Of the above total
for the year 1704 6,000 0 0
for the year 1705 213,343 11
for the year 1706 1,829,964 18 7
The above particulars were directed to be satisfied out of Fonds and revenues as follows:
anno 1704:
Seventh 4s. Aid 6,000 0 0
anno 1705:
Contributions for annuities 23,000 0 0
loans on Malt 38,449 0 0
loans on the Two Thirds Tonnage and Poundage 48,935 5
loans on Low Wines 2,934 0 0
loans on the Eighth 4s. Aid 100,025 6 2
£213,343 11
anno 1706:
loans on the Ninth 4s. Aid 1,046,024 6 10½
loans on Malt 60,909 1 10
Contributions for Annuities 722,060 15 5
moneys in Aid: to wit imprest money repaid by the executors of Richard Povey 970 14
£1,829,964 18 7
Dr.
Fifth 4s. Aid and Subsidies 2,025 0
Sixth 4s. Aid 3,717 1
Subsidies 1 Anne 1,338 11
Seventh 4s. Aid 22,046 15
Eighth 4s. Aid 2,309 15 10
the Loans on House Duties 92 2 10½
Loans on the 3,700l. per week Excise 2,175 15
Loans on the Fifth 4s. Aid and Subsidies 4,146 19 9
Loans on Malt 138 16
Loans on One Third Tonnage and Poundage 3,746 1
Loans on tin 1,250 0 0
Contributions for Annuities pro anno 1704 65,577 0
Contributions for Annuities pro anno 1705 151,801 13
Loans on Two Thirds Tonnage and Poundage 1,100 0 0
Loans on Low Wines 7,675 0 0
in the hands of Lionell Herne for cancelling Exchequer Bills 223 0
734,980 3
Remains in tallies.
l. s. d.
on Reversionary annuities in the hands of the Navy Treasurer 53,673 0 0
on the Eighth 4s. Aid in the hands of ditto 100,025 6 2
153,698 6 2
on Reversionary Annuities in the hands of Charles Fox 80,160 0 0
80,160 0 0
on Reversionary Annuities in the hands of John How 4,458 12
on Two Thirds Tonnage and Poundage in the hands of ditto 50,000 0 0
54,458 12
on Malt etc. in the hands of James Brydges 5,000 0 0
on Two Thirds Tonnage and Poundage in the hands of ditto 14,000 0 0
on Low Wines in the hands of ditto 9,515 7 11¾
28,515 7 11¾
(total Remains of tallies 316,832l. 6s. 8d.)
total Remains at Michaelmas 1705 1,051,812 10
To Cash for the neat produce of the several Duties and Revenues. l. s. d.
Customs Duties in being at Michaelmas 1706.
Customs continued from 31 July 1706 to 1 Aug. 1710 6,268 9 3
Additional Tonnage and Poundage granted from 9 March 1701–2 for the Queen's life 209,459 9 10¼
Impositions on Wine and Vinegar continued from 31 July 1706 to 1 Aug. 1710 1,468 0 0
Impositions on East India goods continued for the same time 2,374 8 3
Additional Impositions continued for the same time 1,455 4 11
Coals and Culme, continued from 14 May 1703 to 14 May 1708 118,532 6 9
5s. per ohaldron on Cynders, continued for same time 1,806 9 6
15 per cent. on muslins granted from 30 September 1701 to 30 September 1706 28,971 12
25 per cent. on French goods for 21 years from 28 February 1696–7 4,127 7
5s. per ton on French Shipping (Charles II) 74 12
Cr.
Per Contra. l. s. d.
Issues for the Ordnance.
By payments to Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer and Paymaster of the Ordnance, upon account for the services following:
for Ordnance Land services (for 1704), 11,175l.; (for 1705), 40,000l.; (for 1706), 70,000l.
total for Land Service 121,175 0 0
Memorandum. 10,000 fuzees bought in Holland [are] to be paid for out of money for [Ordnance] land service anno 1706.
for Ordnance Sea Service (for 1704) 11,175l.; (for 1705) 40,000l.; (for 1706) 60,000l.; total for Sea Service 111,175 0 0
total for Ordnance, Land and Sea Service £232,350 0 0
(over and above 38,850l. tallies undisposed in his hands ut supra p. cxi)
l. s. d.
total for the year 1704 22,350 0 0
” ” 1705 80,000 0 0
” ” 1706 130,000 0 0
The above services were directed to be satisfied out of Fonds as follows l. s. d.
Malt 1704 22,350 0 0
Loans on Two Thirds Tonnage and Poundage 1705 45,257 11
Loans on Low Wines 1705 34,742 8
80,000 0 0
Loans on the Ninth 4s. Aid anno 1706 40,000 0 0
Contributions for Annuities anno 1706 90,000 0 0
£130,000 0 0
Issues for the Forces
By paid to James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, upon account for the services following:
for the 40,000 men
for subsistence, offreckonings, clearings etc. (for 1705) 128,770l. 2s.d.; (for 1706) 720,754l. 14s.d.; for Dragoons' horses in augmentation of levy money 1,146l.
total for the 40,000 men 850,670 17
for the 10,000Additional Troops
for subsistence, offreckonings, clearings etc. (for 1705) 45,610l. 11s.d.; (for 1706) 177,555l. 5s.d.
total for the 10,000 men 223,165 16 11
for the Forces in Portugal
for subsistence, offreckonings and clearings (for 1705) 56,669l. 18s. 2d.; (for 1706) 152,988l. 10s.d.
for levy money to Barrymore's Regiment, 1,000l.; for small clothing, 1,425l.; for Cha. Boucher in reward for buying horses, 139l. 6s. 0d.
total for the Forces in Portugal 212,222 14
Dr.
Plantation Duties (Charles II) 1,078 12 3
4½ per cent. Duty in Specie from Barbados etc. 6,512 1 0
Coinage Duty for the Mint, continued to 1 June 1708 7,743 13
Whale Fins and Scotch Linen, continued from 10 July 1706 to 1 August 1710 1,597 17 6
One Third Additional Tonnage and Poundage from 8 March 1703–4 to 8 March 1706–7 78,607 8 1
Two Thirds ditto granted for four years from 8 March 1704–5 100,317 14 11
New Additional Duties on Coffee etc. from 1 February 1704–5 to 24 June 1710 36,615 17 7
Customs Duties expired before Michaelmas, 1706.
Customs ended at Xmas 1699 571 6 10
ditto continued from Xmas 1699 to 1 August 1706 184,719 1
Additional Tonnage and Poundage which determined by the King's death 1,145 17 5
Coffee, tea, etc. continued from 30 April 1701 to 1 May 1706 10,666 13
Impositions on Wines and Vinegar ended 29 September 1701 2,283 13 7
ditto on tobacco then ending 5,190 6 3
Wines and Vinegar continued from 29 September 1701 to 1 August 1706 121,386 18 5
Tobacco for same time 135,190 3 8
East India goods for same time 139,842 11
Five Sevenths Tonnage of Ships ended 17 May 1696 0 18
Two Sevenths ditto 0 7 6
Additional Impositions continued from 1 March 1696 to 1 August 1700 31,231 0 11½.
Coals and Culme ended 15 May 1703 3,643 11
arrears of the Duties on Coals in 1696 127 19 11½
Whale Fins and Scotch Linen granted from 11 July 1698 to 10 July 1706 10,293 13 11
20 per cent. on paper ended 1 March, 1698–9 37 19 0
Additional Tonnage and Poundage ended 1 February 1699–1700 for Exchequer Bills 1,798 17 9
total Customs receipts 1,258,160 8 1
To Cash for the neat Revenue of Excise and Duties on Salt.
Duties and revenues in being at 1706 Michaelmas
Hereditary and Temporary Excise for the Queen's Civil List 272,131 13
more to answer the appropriation of 3,700l. per week 192,400 0 0
9d. Excise for 16 years from 17 May 1697 162,139 17
Hereditary 9d. Excise for the Bank etc. from 17 May 1697 150,317 1
9d. Excise for 99 years from 25 January 1692–3 150,353 11
Low Wines, continued from 25 March 1706 to 24 June 1710 1,673 18
Malt etc. continued from 24 June 1706 24 June 1707 266 3
Cr.
Per Contra. l. s. d.
for Subsidies to Her Majesty's Allies
to the King of Portugal (for 1705) 17,822l. 10s. 0d.; (for 1706) 121,822l. 10s. 0d.
to the King of Denmark (for 1705), 18,750l.; (for 1706), 28,125l.
to the Duke of Savoy (for 1705), 25,333l. 6s. 8d.; (for 1706), 157,555l. 10s. 8d.
to the Elector Palatine (for 1705), 5,636l. 18s. 0d.; (for 1706), 1,250l.
(overpaid anno 1705 by 875l. out of tallies for the debt to Prussia).
to the Elector of Treves (for 1705) 3,045l. 8s. 0d; (for 1706) 3,125l.
to the Landgrave of Hesse Cassel (for 1705) 6,090l. 16s. 0d.; (for 1706) 6,250l.
to the King of Prussia for the 8,000 succours sent to the Duke of Savoy (for 1706) 25,000l.
total of subsidies 419,806 19 10
on the order for making good (out of anno 1705) the extra-ordinaries paid in 1703:
7,000l. to answer bills of exchange for the service of Gibraltar; 2,000l. for Contingencies to the Portugal Forces over and above the allowance on the Establishment; 6,631l. 14s.d. for the Troops of Saxe Gotha, for douceurs and for other extraordinaries for three years to 1705 15,631 14
to the King of Prussia for an arrear of Subsidy in the late reign 22,792 16 10
to debts on account of 8,000 succours sent to the assistance of Savoy anno 1705 20,500 0 0
for account of the 250,000l. voted for prosecuting the successes in Spain (for 1706) 8,898l. for levy money for five new Regiments; 36,986l. 11s. 11d. for pay and subsistence; 1,341l. 0s. 10d. for Hospitals; 9.495l. for transports; 10,978l. 15s. 0d. for corn and freight thereof; 10,000l. for the King of Spain; 22,500l. more in bills; 17,144l. 11s. 1d. more in foreign coins per Sir Henry Furnese; 6,666l. 13s. 4d. for the Regiment to be raised by Cavalier; 24,571l. 19s. 6d. for clothing 148,582 11 8
for this [successes in Spain] service in general 31,000l. in foreign coins and 47,481l. 5s. 3d. in bills of exchange 78,481 5 3
the above six items making in all 227,063l. 16s. 11d. towards the voted 250,000l. anno 1706.
for account of the 5,000 men in Catalonia: (for 1706) 37,318l. for subsistence, 14,473l. 3s. 4d. for the value of foreign coins; 4,970l. 0s. 8d. to answer bills of exchange; 12,490l. for small clothing 69,251 4 0
for levy money to make good the horses of the English Horse and Dragoons 15,296l. and for Officers' horses lost and dead of the distemper, 15,670l. 30,966 0 0
Dr.
12d. per bushel salt granted 7–8 Wm. III for ever 57,103 10 10½
28d. per bushel salt from 25 December 1699 for ever 133,291 0
Excise revenues expired before Michaelmas 1706.
Double 9d. Excise ended 17 May, 1697 12 16 1
Malt etc. ended 20 July 1699 1 2
Ditto 24 June 1703 for 1702 478 12 5
Ditto 24 June 1704 for 1703 601 9
Ditto 24 June 1705 for 1704 14,447 1
Ditto 24 June 1706 for 1705 526,940 13
8d. per bushel salt ended 25 December 1699 10 9 3
Low Wines continued from 24 March 1701–2 to 25 March 1706 12,944 2
36s. per barrel Sweets continued from 25 March 1701 to 25 March 1706 424 8
Leather Duties ended 20 April 1700 33 8 11½
Hereditary and Temporary Excise before 8 March 1701–2 86 18 8
total Excise receipts 1,678,778 0 11
To Cash for the neat produce of the Revenue of the Post Office and several Casual Revenues and Profits answered at the Exchequer between Michaelmas 1705 and Michaelmas 1706.
Post Office revenue
for arrears to the late King 473 13 0
for the Queen's Civil List 60,743 19 0
61,217 12 0
Casual Revenue and Profits
First Fruits 3,800 0 0
Tenths of the Clergy 11,166 4 4
Fines for Alienations 1,000 0 0
revenue of Wine Licences 3,600 0 0
Sheriffs' proffers 1,188 5 10
Compositions [in the Exchequer] 12 16 10
Seizures [of uncustomed and prohibited goods] 11,464 16 6
Fines of leases 298 4 1
Wood sales over and above the value of such timber as has been delivered out of her Majesty's Forests for the use of the Navy in this year 210 0 0
revenue of the Duchy of Cornwall 1,000 0 0
revenue of the Principality of Wales 1,441 2
redemption of lands 0 10 0
rents reserved on grants 41 12 6
fines and forfeitures for misdemeanours 234 5 5
brewers' forfeitures 196 12 3
imprest money repaid by Richard Taylor, late Paymaster of the Million Lottery Tickets, who failed on his security 2,403 16 8
imprest money repaid by Thomas Hall who paid off the tallies of pro on the Excise and Post Office out of the 2,000,000l. subscribed by the East India Company: (for William Ill's Civil List) 460 0 0
Dr.
Per Contra. l. s. d.
for extraordinaries of the War.
for account of extraordinaries to wit (anno 1706) 2,004l. 10s. 0d. for the Elector Palatine in further part of the charge of his journey to Vienna; 47,500l. for Prince Eugene of Savoy; 25,000l. for the Duke of Savoy in advance of his subsidy; 18,089l. 5s. 0d. for the 3,000 additional Palatines for the assistance of Savoy; 16,180l. 11s. 0d. remitted to Monsieur Darzillier, Resident at Genoa, for particular services in Italy; 500l. (for account of the year 1705) remitted to M. Flotard for the like; 1,380l. 5s. 11d. to balance an account with the States General for charges relating to the Cevennois; 5,073l. for levy money for horses dead since 31 October 1705; 2,500l. for Officers' horses; 30,765l. 0s. 11½d. for horses of foreigners in English pay; 7,302l. for levy money for the Expedition under the command of Earl Rivers; 23,763l. 12s 4d. for subsistence etc.; 17,987l. 19s. 5d. for foreign coins [dispatched for said Expedition], 100l. for medicines, making in all 49,153l. 11s. 9d. for said Expedition; (for 1705) 1,000l. as bounty to the Earl of Galway; (for 1705) 500l. as bounty to the Marquis Montandre; 3,147l. 7s. 6d. for account of Gibraltar (for 1705) to wit 2,300l. for bills of exchange, 200l. as bounty to Capt. Bennett; 200l. as same to Col. Rivett; 182l. for Brig. Shrimpton for pay as Governor; 565l. 7s. 6d. to Mr. Jones for disbursements; 3,520l. 16s. 8d. for account of Gibraltar (for 1706) to wit 3,020l. 16s. 8d. for bills of exchange and 500l. as bounty to Brig. Shrimpton.
total for extraordinaries 206,614 13
total for the Forces Abroad to James Brydges, over and above the tallies in his hands ut supra p. cxi. £2,298,686 14 6
of the above total l. s. d.
for the year 1704 2,004 10 0
” ” 1705 372,101 10 2
” ” 1706 1,924,580 14 4
£2,298,686 14 6
all the above particulars were directed to be satisfied out of the Fonds and Revenues following viz.;
l. s. d.
for 1704, Virginia quit rents 2,004 10 0
for 1705, Annuity Contributions 136,448 9
loans on the Eighth 4s. Aid 6,882 1 10¾
loans on Low Wines 109,355 11
loans on the Two Thirds Tonnage 83,904 17
loans on Malt 29,345 10 5
Customs ended at Xmas 1699 (in aid) 42 19
5s. per ton on French ships (in aid) 14 10 0
Prize money (in aid) 3,142 2 2
Civil List (in aid) 2,965 7 6
£372,101 10 2
for 1706, loans on the Ninth 4s. Aid 677,512 17 0
loans on Malt 351,795 17
Annuity Contributions 877,211 2
Dr.
imprest money repaid by the executors of Richard Povey, late Treasurer for Sick and Wounded 970 14
imprest money repaid by the executors of Robert Crompton, late Paymaster of the Malt Tickets 854 10 2
profits of the Hanaper by tallies of pro 37 4 7
sale of the Queen's tin 83,053 12 0
Virginia quit rents 3,000 0 0
total receipts from the Post Office and Casual Revenue 126,437 8 1
whereof 460l. is for King William's Civil List.
The neat produce of Sundry Aids and Taxes.
rent of Hackney Coaches granted for 21 years from midsummer 1694 1,980 0 0
licences to Hawkers etc. continued to 24 June 1706 and from thence to 24 June 1710 5,893 19 6
Stamp Duties continued to 1 August 1706 36,737 8 8
ditto from 31 July 1706 to 1 August 1710 2,472 4 6
additional Stamp Duties from 1 August 1698 for the East India Company 38,784 14
arrears of the Stamp Duties ended 28 June 1698 8 5 2
(total for Stamp Duties 78,002l. 12s. 10½d.)
Duties on Marriages continued from 1 May 1700 to 1 August 170 40,936 16 1
arrears of ditto on the grant ended 1 May 1700 8 13 6
Duties on Houses for Windows continued to 1 August 1706 and from thence to 1 August 1710 111,591 1 11
Aids and Polls
First Poll 1 Wm. & Mary 0 4 0
Additional 12d. Aid, eodem anno 1 3 6
First 3s. Aid, 4 Wm. & Mary 100 0 0
First Quarterly Poll 2 2 0
Second Quarterly Poll, 5 Wm. & Mary 0 2 0
Second 4s. Aid, eodem anno 0 2 0
Third 4s. Aid, 6 Wm. III 4 7 6
Fourth 4s. Aid, 7 Wm. III 7 9 0
First 3s. Aid, 8 Wm. III 17 6
Third Quarterly Poll, 9 Wm. III 496 14 0
Second 3s. Aid, eodem anno 5,830 7 0
Capitation Subsidies, eodem anno 602 19 2
Additional 12d. Aid, eodem anno 0 17 6
Third 3s. Aid, 10 Wm. III 92 0 3
Second 2s. Aid, 11 Wm. III 28 15 6
Fifth 4s. Aid, ult. Wm. III, 1 Anne 1,044 18 10
Subsidies, eisdem annis 219 13 5
Sixth 4s. Aid, 1 Anne 11,292 4 11
Subsidies, eodem anno 1,419 19 81
Seventh 4s. Aid, 2 Anne 126,363 10
Eighth 4s. Aid, 3 Anne 1,601,374 8
Ninth 4s. Aid, 4 Anne 162,472 19 5
2,149,835 8
(total of Aids and Poll, 1,911,422l. 4s. 10d.)
Cr.
Per Contra. l. S. d.
Prize money (in aid) 500 0 0
Civil List (in aid) 17,560 16 11
£1,924,580 14 4
The above two items of “Civil List in aid” viz. 2,965l. 7s. 6d. anno 1705 and 17,560l. 16s. 11d. anno 1706 were provided out of 2,765l. 7s. 6d. of Additional Tonnage, 5,625l. 8s. 8d. of Hereditary Excise, 12,1352. 8s. 3d. of loans on tin.
Issues to the Guards and Garrisons. l. s. d. l. s. d.
By paid to John How, Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons
for subsistence, offreckonings, clearings and contingencies (for 1705) 80,204l. 5s.d.; (for 1706) 157,622l. 15s. 0d.; for liveries, badges and other ensigns for the Queen's Regiment of Horse (for 1706) 543l. 4s. l0d 238,370 5
for the 5,000 men for sea service (for 1703), 7,071l. 13s.d.; (for 1705) 13,187l. 3s.d.; (for 1706) 58,979l. 2s. 7d. 79,237 19
on account of Invalids viz.:
for pay (for 1705) 2,164l. 5s. 9d.; (for 1706) 2,711l. 10s. 9d. 4,875 16 6
for the additional 5,000 men in lieu of those serving with the Fleet for 1705 viz.: for subsistence, offreckonings. clearings and contingencies 17,244l. 5s.d.; for medicines, 75l.; to answer bills of exchange from abroad, 9,472l. 15s. 6d.; for senior Manzoni for a premio by agreement with the Earl of Peterborough 70l. 26,862 0
in all for Guards and Garrisons £349,346 1
of the above total l. s. d.
for the year 1703 7,071 13
for the year 1705 122,417 15 0
for the year 1706. 219,856 13 2
all of which particulars were directed to be satisfied out of the Fonds and Revenues following: viz., for 1703 out of funds in aid viz. 57l. 0s.d. of Customs ended; 3,354l. 15s. 2d. of the 25 per cent. on French goods; 1,250l. of the rent of Hackney Coaches; 2,109l. 18s. 0d. of prize money 7,071 13
for 1705 from Annuity Contributions 43,133 16
from loans on the Eighth 4s. Aid 1,241 13 6
from loans on Low Wines 19,921 2
from loans on Two Thirds Tonnage 54,863 3 10
from loans on Malt 1,347 16 10
from Prize money (in aid) 1,910 2 0
£122,417 15 0
Dr.
To Cash for sundry particulars answered at the Exchequer but not distinguished under the aforegoing heads:
for Her Majesty's share of Prizes 5,400 0 0
for perquisites of Admiralty, being the effects of pirates returned from New England 3,142 2 2
for Ireland in money upon the sale of forfeited estates there 054 4 0
for annuities for 99 years from 25 March 1706 2,272,780 14 7
Memorandum: the time limited for the last payment was on or before 1 November 1706; the whole to be 2,575,76l. 16s. 2d.
To Cash surcharged on Sir Thomas Littleton, Treasurer of the Navy. for the difference in purchase between an annuity after two lives and an annuity in reversion of one life: the said Littleton (amongst the tallies and orders for reversionary annuities issued to him at the Exchequer anno 1705) having received an order as purchased in reversion after two lives when one of the said lives was extinct at the time of the purchase made 80 0 0
total of particulars undistinguished 2,282,057 0 9
total of revenue as above for the year from Michaelmas 1705 to Michaelmas 1706.
Remains in the Exchequer
in Cash 734,980 3
in tallies 316,832 6 8
Customs revenue 1,258,160 8 1
Excise revenue 1,678,778 0 11
including Malt Duty and Salt Duty
Post Office revenue 61,217 12 0
Small Branches, Casual Revenue and Profits 126,137 8 1
neat produce of Aids and Taxes 2,149,835 8
receipts from particulars not distinguished (prize money, forfeited lands, loan money and tallies, Annuity Contributions etc.) 2,282,057 0 9
Carried forward to page . £8,608,298 8
Cr.
for 1706:
from loans on the Ninth 4s. Aid 37,603 13 3
from loans on Malt 115,241 3 5
from Annuity Contributions 67,011 16 6
£219,856 13 2
more to the said John How, viz., 1.204l. 19s. 0d. to complete 2,409l. 18s. 0d. for arrears to Outpensioners of Chelsea College to 24 February 1704–5; and 936l. 5s. 3d. for arrears to dead and removed pensioners from 1 April 1697 to the time of their deaths or removals 2,141 4 3
making a total issue to John How of over and above the undisposed tallies in his hands ut supra, p. cxi. £351,487 5 10¼
The above item of 2,141l. 4s. 3d. was provided out of the following revenues l. s. d.
out of the 25 per cent. 1,193 10
out of Plantation Duties 702 3 2
out of the rent of Hackney Coaches 245 10
£2,141 4 3
Issues for the Transport Service l. s. d.
By paid to John Nutin, late Paymaster for the Transports, upon account for the services following
for the Holland service, out of loans on the Ninth 4s. Aid anno 1706 5,940 8 7
for transports to and from Ireland: out of the like 2,017 3 5
£7,957 12 0
By paid to Charles Mason, the present Paymaster for the Transports, upon account for the services following (over and above what was issued to him by James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces)
for the Course in the Transport Office: out of loans on the Ninth 4s. Aid anno 1706 30,000l.: out of Annuity Contributions anno 1706 20,000l.: in both 50,000 0 0
for the West India service: out of loans on Malt anno 1706 587 16 9
£50,587 16 9
total to the Transport Service £58,545 8 9
Dr.
Brought forward 8,608,298 8
EXPENDITURE September 1705—September 1706.
Cr.
Per contra. l. s. d.
Issues to former Paymaster of the Forces [for arrears]
by issued to Charles Fox, late Paymaster of the Forces Abroad.
on account of the 10,000 men for offreckonings anno 1705 16,770 3
on account of the 10,000 men for offreckonings anno 1705 2,742 7 11¾
for levy money anno 1704 622 0 0
for the Forces in Portugal for pay, offreckonings etc. anno 1703 593 9 0
ditto anno 1704 18,121 9
ditto anno 1705 14,325 s.
for levy money anno 1703 186 0 0
on account of extraordinaries viz.
for Monsieur Machada for loss of horses, waggons etc. anno 1704 4.000 0 0
for arrears of subsidy to Denmark before Xmas 1704 7,500 0 0
total to Charles Fox £64,854 18
whereof l. s. d.
for 1703 773 9 0
for 1704 22,743 9
for 1705 41,338 0 0
£64,854 18
l. s. d.
which said sums were issued out of Fonds and Revenues as follows
loans on Malt anno 1704 138 16
loans on One Third Tonnage and Poundage anno 1704 5,896 1
loans on the Seventh 4s. Aid anno 1704 money of the said Aid (all loans being satisfied) 8,164 4,543 19 12 4
Contributions for annuities anno 1705 33,838 0 0
out of Fonds in Aid
revenues of the Civil List to wit loans on tin anno 1705 7,500 0 0
5s. per ton on French ships anno 1703 60 2
Plantation Duties anno 1703 376 9 1
rent of Hackney Coaches anno 1703 154 9
Prize money anno 1703 180 0 0
ditto anno 1704 4,000 0 0
First Poll 0 4 0
First Quarterly Poll 2 2 0
Second 4s. Aid 0 0 0
Cr.
total out of Fonds
anno 1703 773 9 0
anno 1704 22,743 9
anno 1705 41,338 0 0
£64,854 18
by issued to Richard, Earl of Ranelagh, late Paymaster of the Forces, for the public service of the year 1702.
for the Earl of Essex's Dragoons in part of 40,000 men: out of the Malt Surplus anno 1702 £345 13 0
Issues to the Civil List. l. s. d.
The Civil List of the late King William III for the said King's family and servants.
to Francis, Earl of Bradford, Cofferer to William III, upon account 609 12 6
to Visct. FitzHardinge upon account to answer arrears in the Office of the Treasurer of the Chamber 121 0 0
to the Duke of Montagu, for arrears due to [or in] the Office of the Great Wardrobe.. 200 0 0
to fees and salaries 1,026 4
to pensions and annuities 110 10 0
to Edward Nicholas, upon account for arrears payable by him 168 15 0
total £2,236 2
The above sums were paid out of the Revenues following l. s. d.
Additional Tonnage and Poundage before 8 March, 1701–2 1,190 7
Hereditary and Temporary Excise before 8 March, 1701–2 86 18 8
Post Office money before 8 March 1701–2 473 13 0
rent of the Lottery Farm 25 3 4
imprest money repaid by Thomas Hall 460 0 0
£2,236 2
Dr.
l. s. d.
Brought forward 8,608,298 8
EXPENDITURE September 1705—September 1706
Cr.
Per Contra. l. s. d.
The Civil List of Queen Anne
(over and above the sums paid for the use of the public out of the revenues applicable thereto.)
at the Exchequer: by paid to
Francis Godolphin, Cofferer of the Household 61,038 2
John, Lord FitzHardinge, Treasurer of the Chamber 23,317 8
Ralph, Earl of Montague, Master of the Great Wardrobe 15,000 0 0
Thomas Lloyd, Paymaster of the Works 26,567 18
William Roberts, Paymaster of the Works at Windsor 6,769 10
Duke of Somerset, Master of the Horse 5,000 0 0
Foreign Ministers on their ordinaries 20,793 12 2
Foreign Ministers on their extraordinaries 8,455 0 0
fees and salaries [payable at the Exchequer] 68,047 17 11
pensions and annuities [payable at the Exchequer] 26,882 7 2
Edward Nicholas for charities etc. established by her Majesty 22,063 0
ditto for the French Protestants in part of 15,000l. 7,500 0 0
Band of [Gentlemen] Pensioners per William Smith 4,500 0 0
Royal Bounties 10,392 5 0
Charles Hedges, Secretary of State, for secret service 2,250 0 0
Robert Harley, Secretary of State, for secret service 1,500 0 0
William Lowndes, for secret service 15,500 0 0
Jewels or presents in lieu of jewels to foreign Ministers 1,317 0 0
Samuel Smethin, her Majesty's goldsmith, for plate 6,283 1 2
the Privy Purse, per Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough 26,000 0 0
Contingencies.
Law charges 3,230 18 0
rewards for sundry services 5,259 15 5
sheriffs' surpluses etc. 744 9
printers' bills 2,597 2 10
messengers' riding charges 1,007 15 0
liberates of the Exchequer 1,293 13 2
sundry incidents and disbursements 2,008 5 2
rent of Mote Park 150 0 0
City Wine Impost 96 12 0
rewards to Receivers of Taxes 1,208 16 0
towards building Blenheim House 30,000 0 0
(total of Contingencies 47,597l. 6s.d.)
Henry Scobell on account for the tin affair 134,850 0 0
541,624 10
Paid at the Excise Office viz. 3,952l. 8s. 9½d. to the Queen Dowager: 25,000l. to the Prince of Denmark; 3,000l. to the Duke of Northumberland 31,952 8
Paid at the Post Office 25,000l. to the Prince of Denmark; 19,532l. 17s. 0d. to several on pensions ut supra p. lxxv. 54,532 17 0
total to the Queen's Civil List £628,109 16
Cr.
The above issues were made out of the Fonds and Revenues following viz.;
Additional Tonnage and Poundage 219,155 12
Hereditary and Temporary Excise 264,584 17
Post Office money 60,951 13 4
Small Branches and Casualties as by particulars supra p. lxxix. 34,487 4
579,179 7
loans on credit of the Queen's tin 48,930 9 5
£628,109 16
l. s. d.
Issues for Annuities and Miscellaneous items of service.
By paid out of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty from Barbados and the Leeward Islands.
to Viscount Duplin, assignee of the Earl of Kinnoul: on a perpetuity 1,250 0 0
to Sir Bevil Granville, Governor of Barbados, on his salary and allowances 1,500 0 0
to Christopher Codrington, late Governor of the Leeward Islands: on the like 1,579 0
to Daniel Parkes who succeeded him [Codrington]: on the like 367l. and for the charges of his passage thither 300l. 667 0 0
to John Yeomans, Lieut. Governor of Antigua, on his salary and allowances 500 0 0
to Anthony Hodges, Lieut. Governor of Montserrat, on the like 500 0 0
to Walter Hamilton, Lieut. Governor of St. Christopher, on the like 400 0 0
6,396 0
by paid to Edward Tennison, Treasurer to Queen Anne's Bounty (the Corporation for benefit of poor clergy) out of First Fruits 16l. 3s. 10½d.; out of Tenths 483l. 16s.d. 500 0 0
by paid to William Draper, late Treasurer for Greenwich Hospital, for said Hospital: out of Droits of Admiralty 6,472 1 0
by paid to Sir Charles Hobby for the loss and service of an advice boat sent from Newfoundland which was taken by the enemy: [out of Prize money 400 0 0
by paid to Sir Isaac Newton, Master and Worker of the Mint upon account [for the Mint]: out of Coinage Duty 7,743 13
by paid to the Trustees for circulating Exchequer Bills: out of Contributions for annuities anno 1706 3,500 0 0
by paid to the Bank of England on their perpetuity: 0l. 18s.d. out of the Five Sevenths Tonnage of ships; 94,999l. 1s. 2½d. out of the Five Sevenths of the 9d. Excise 95,000 0 0
by [paid] Annuities for one, two, and three lives out of the Two Sevenths Tonnage of ships 0l. 7s. 6d.; out of the Two Sevenths of the 9d. Excise 37,336l. 19s. l0d. 37,337 7 4
by paid to the Auditor of the Receipt on his allowance for [management of] this business: out of the Two Sevenths of the 9d. Excise 150 0 0
by paid to the Proprietors of the Million Lottery Tickets by the hands of Sir John Humble, Paymaster thereof: out of the 9d. Excise for 16 years 146,196l. 3s. 4d.; out of money recovered from Taylor, the late Paymaster [of said tickets] and his security 3,403l. 16s. 8d 149,000 0 0
Carried forward £307,099 1 10¼
Dr.
l. s. d.
Brought forward 8,608,298 8
EXPENDITURE September 1705—September 1706.
Cr.
Per Contra. l. s. d.
Brought forward 307,099 1 10¼
by paid Annuities for 99 years from 25 January 1692: out of the 9d. Excise for 99 years, 124,995l. 4s. l1d.; ditto on 7 per cent Annuities with advantage of survivorship, out of ditto, 7,725l. 9s.d.; costs of management viz., 500l. to the Auditor of the Receipt; 400l. to the Clerk of the Pells; 300l. to the Tellers; 574l. 1s.d. to the usher for necessaries 134,494 15 6
by paid to the East India Company (trading in a joint stock) out of the 28d. on salt, 133,040d.; to the General Society (not in a, joint stock) out of ditto 26,960l. 160,000 0 0
by paid Annuities charged on the 3,700l. per week of Excise, payable until Xmas 1705 out of contribution money for these annuities viz. on annuities for one life, 13,322l. 10s. 0d. out of Contributions and 7,157l. 17s. 6d. out of Excise; annuities for two lives, 6,517l. 15s. 0d. out of Contributions and 3,449l. 15s. 0d. out of Excise; annuities for three lives, 2,354l. 5s. 0d. out of Contributions and 959l. 13s. 4d. out of Excise; Annuities for 99 years, 42,871l. 0s.d; out of Contributions and 4S,836l. 18s.d. out of Excise; charges of management, 1,125l. to the Auditor of the Receipt on 500l. per an.; 1,125l. to the four Tellers on 500l. per an.; 450l. to the Clerk of the Pells on 200l. per an. 128,169 14
by paid Annuities called Bankers' Annuities 12,829 2 10½
total for Annuities and Miscellaneous, etc. £742,592 14 11
Payments for Interest of Loans on the Public Registers and otherwise.
Per Contra. l. s. d.
for loans on the Register of the First 4s. Aid 1693; out of the said Aid, 40l. 5s. 0d.: out of the General Fond for Deficiencies, 1,641l. 1s. 7d. 1,684 6 7
ditto on the Third 4s. Aid 1695; out of said Aid, 0l. 7s. 6d.; out of Deficiencies, 6,734l. 12s. 1d. 6,734 19 7
ditto on the Fourth 4s. Aid 1696: out of said Aid, 0l. 16s. 0d.; out of Deficiencies, 17,534l. 6s. 7d. 17,535 2 7
ditto on the Second Quarterly Poll 1694; out of said Poll, 0l. 2s. 0d. out of Deficiencies 4,061l. 14s. 3d 4,061 16 3
ditto on the Three Fourths Customs out of Deficiencies 4,448 5 0
ditto on Salt, Glass etc., 1696, out of its own fond, 108l. 9s. l1d.; out of Deficiencies, 328l. 14s. 8d 437 4 7
ditto on the Two Thirds of the Double 9d. Excise 1696; out of Deficiencies 259 15 5
ditto on Additional Impositions 1093: out of Deficiencies 13,797 2 9
ditto on Stamp Duties 1694: out of Deficiencies 7,313 10 7
ditto on Marriages, Births etc. 1695: out of Deficiencies 10,852 7 6
Carried forward £67,125 0 10
Cr.
Per Contra. l. s. d.
Brought forward 67,125 0 10
for loans on Coals 1695 transferred to Leather: out of those Duties, 93l. 12s.d.;out of loans on the Fifth 4s. Aid, 26l. 5s. 0d. out of the Second General Fond for Deficiencies after 1 August 1706, 665l. 10s.d 785 8 0
ditto on the 20 per cent. on paper for wrought plate, out of arrears [of said Duty] 35l. 3s. 6d; out of the Second Deficiencies Fond, 12l. 16s. 0d 48 0 0
ditto on the First 3s. Aid 1697; out of arrears [of said Aid], 18l. 0s. 7d.; out of loans on the Fifth 4s. Aid, 1,656l.; out of loans on the 3,700l. per week of Excise, 1,656l.; out of the Second Deficiencies Fond, 613l. 19s. 5d. 3,944 0 0
ditto on the Third Quarterly Poll 1698; out of arrears of said Poll, 504l. 7s.d.; out of loans on the Fifth 4s. Aid, 17l. 14s. 4d.; out of loans on the 3,700l. per week Excise, 171. 14s. 4d.; out of the Second Deficiencies Fond, 313l. 12s.d. 853 8 8
ditto on the Third 3s. Aid 1699; out of arrears of said Fond, 104l. 12s.d; out of the Second Deficiencies Fond, 26l. 12s.d 131 5 0
ditto on Coals and Culme 1698; out of arrears of said Duty, 1,755l. 17s. 1d.; out of the surplus of the Fond of the East India Company at Michaelmas 1704, 71l. 17s. 3d. 1,827 14 4
ditto on the Second 2s. Aid 1700 out of arrears of said Aid 272 1 8
ditto on Low Wines, Coffee etc. continued, 1701 2,498 12 8
ditto on the 3,700l. per week of Excise, 1701 152 6 4
ditto on Two Thirds of the Fourth 3s. Aid, 1701, out of arrears of said Aid 273 3 8
ditto on the Fifth 4s. Aid and Subsidies 1702: out of arrears thereof 26 10 6
ditto on Coals and Culme, 1703 15,881 4 4
ditto on the Sixth 4s. Aid 1703: out of arrears thereof, 2,616l. 19s. 2d. out of the surplus of the 9d. Excise for 99 years, 465l. 14s. 8d. 3,082 13 10
ditto on Subsidies 1703: out of arrears thereof, 819l. 11s. l0d.; out of the surplus of the 3,700l. per week Excise at Xmas 1705, 1,595l. 19s. 0d.; out of the surplus of the Five Sevenths of the Bank 9d. Excise, 305l. 1s. l0d.; out of the surplus of the Two Sevenths Excise in the same Act, 101l. 10s. 5d.; out of the surplus of the 9d. Excise for 99 years. 56l. 12s. 1d.; out of the surplus of the East India Company's Fond at Michaelmas 1705, 177l. 12s. 4d 3,056 7 6
ditto on Malt, Mum etc., 1703: out of arrears thereof, 380l. 12s. 6d.; out of Malt 1705 to which the Deficiency of this Register was transferred, 8,484l. 2s. 2d. 8,864 14 8
ditto on the Seventh 4s. Aid 7,945 7 11
ditto on Malt 1704: out of arrears thereof 530 11 10
ditto on the One Third Subsidy 4,462 12 9
ditto on the Eighth 4s. Aid 1705 69,444 3 2
ditto on Malt 1705 28,235 19 3
ditto on the Two Thirds Tonnage and Poundage 1705 20,360 6 4
ditto on the new Additional Duties on Coffee, with Low Wines etc., 1705: out of the surplus of Low Wines anno 1701, 5,405l. 1s. 4d.; out of its [this Register's] own proper Fond, 19,859l. 10s. 7d. 25,264 11 11
ditto on the produce of the Queen's tin 4,974 4 0
ditto on the Ninth 4s. Aid 1706 16,547 16 11
ditto on Malt, Mum etc., 1706 19 5 0
Carried forward £286,607 11 1
Dr.
l. s. d.
Brought forward 8,608,298 8
total revenue and receipts for the year from Michaelmas 1705 to Michaelmas 1706 £8,608,298 8
Cr.
Per Contra. l. s. d.
Brought forward 286,607 11 1
by paid interest on Exchequer Bills: out of Capitation Subsidies, 221l. 4s. 7d.; out of the Additional 12d. per £ Aid, 22l. 3s.d.; out of arrears of the Additional Tonnage and Poundage, 720l. 2s. 0d.; out of the Second 3s. Aid, 1,588l. 3s.d.; out of the One Third of the Fourth 3s. Aid, 44l. 16s.d. 2,596 10
by paid interest on unsatisfied [Army Debt] Debentures by the hands of Thomas Jett: out of Irish Forfeitures, 1,000l.; out of loans on the Ninth 4s. Aid anno 1706, 10,90l. 10s. 10½d.; out of loans on Malt anno 1705, 45,000l. 56,901 10 10½
by paid interest to the Contributors for annuities anno 1706 per William Clayton [being rebate] for prompt payment [of contribution money] [before or] until 1 May 1706: out of the said Contribution money 11,000 0 0
total of interest money paid between Michaelmas 1705 and Michaelmas 1706 £357,105 12
by the Remains in Cash at Michaelmas 1706 as by the particulars infra p. cxxxii, including 223,091l. 9s.d. in tallies in the hands of particular Paymasters then undisposed of; and 80l. surcharged on Sir Thomas Littleton ut infra p. cxxxiii. £1,286,820 2 9
balance of the Account ut infra p. cxxxiv of the Loan money borrowed and Loan money repaid within this year: the moneys repaid exceeding the moneys borrowed by £535,855 9
Summary of Expenditure.
l. s. d.
Navy, page cxii. 2,049,308 10
Ordnance, page cxv. 232,350 0 0
Forces Abroad and Subsidies, page cxix. 2,298,686 14 6
Guards and Garrisons, page cxxiii. 351,487 5 10¼
Transport, page cxxiii. 58,545 8 9
Army arrears, page cxxv. 64,854 18
Army arrears, page cxxv. 345 13 0
Civil List, Wm. III, page cxxv. 2,236 2
Civil List, Queen Anne, page cxxvi. 628,109 16
Annuities etc., page cxxviii. 742,592 14 11
Interest money, page cxxxi. 357,105 12
Remains, page cxxxiii. 1,286,820 2 9
balance of Loan money repaid, page cxxxiv. 535,855 9
£8,608,298 8
Dr.
The Particular Remains in Cash at Michaelmas 1706.
l. s. d.
Customs: ended at Xmas 1699 471 6 10
Continued to 1 August 1706 11,190 13
Continued from 1 August 1706 5,605 6
Additional Tonnage part of the Queen's Civil List 7,636 12
arrears of Duties on Coffee, etc. for the Transport debt 1 1 8
Low Wines etc. Duties continued to 1706 6,039 15
Continued Impositions on Wines, Vinegar and Tobacco to 1 August 1706 28,914 18
ditto from 1 August 1706 3,860 8 3
25 per cent. on French goods 25 0 0
Additional Impositions to 1 August 1706 3,638 4 8
ditto from 1 August 1706 1,177 19 10
arrears of Duties on Coals and Culme anno 1698 319 14 1
Coals, Culme and Cynders Continued anno 1703 2,198 6 10
One Third Additional Tonnage and Poundage 2,612 12 0
Two Thirds Additional Tonnage and Poundage 4,598 7 11½
Low Wines from 1706 with additional Duties on Coffee, etc. 1,201 4 6
arrears of Duty on Leather 69 9 10½
Duties on Whale Fins from 10 July 1706 1,082 13 11¼
Excise: Hereditary and Temporary for the Queen's Civil List 5,371 18 7
the 3,700l. per week 75,878 1
arrears of the Double 9d. ended 17 May 1697 13 5
9d. for the Lottery Tickets 75,500 5
Hereditary 9d. for the Bank and Annuities 26,396 9 3
9d. for 99 years 63,120 16 10¾
arrears of Malt Duty for Lottery tickets 9,149 4
Duty on Sweets for Lottery tickets 3,940 17 6
Duties on Malt, Mum, etc., anno 1702 820 3
Duties on Malt, Mum, etc., anno 1703 1,718 17 6
Duties on Malt, Mum, etc., anno 1704 1,906 7
Duties on Malt, Mum, etc., anno 1705 28,169 1 10¼
Duties on Malt, Mum, etc., anno 1706 246 18
12d. per bushel of Salt with Whale Fins Duties to 1 August 1706 20,475 19 6
28d. per bushel of Salt and Additional Stamp Duties for the East India Company 12,075 14 8
Continued Stamp Duties to 1 August 1706 452 2 1
Stamp Duties from 1 August 1706 2,295 5 5
Letter money for the Queen's Civil List 374 3 1
Tenths of the Clergy 2,032 4 11
Seizures 101 9
brewers' forfeitures 395 4 5
sales of tin 808 9
rents of Savoy Hospital 1,244 9 1
Fines and Forfeitures 25 0 0
Quit Rents of Virginia 995 10 0
imprest money repaid by the executors of Robert Crompton 854 10 2
Four and a Half per cent 116 0
rent of Hackney Coaches 830 0 0
arrears of 20 per cent on Paper 3 0
sale of Irish Estates 654 4 0
Capitation Subsidies 1 17 6
Additional Tonnage and Poundage by 7–8 Wm. III for Exchequer Bills 49 4
Second 3s. Aid 5,530 3
Second 2s. Aid 0 6 4
Two Thirds of the Fourth 3s. Aid 1,319 14
One Third of ditto 205 7 0
Additional 12d. per £ 1 3 6
Fourth 4s. Aid 0 9 0
Duty on Marriages continued to 1 August 1706 16,306 2 8
Duty on Houses 15,412 4 11
Fifth 4s. Aid and Subsidies 2,763 1 10¾
Sixth 4s. Aid 3,392 6 11¾
Subsidies anno 1703 774 14
Seventh 4s. Aid 3,335 1
Eighth 4s. Aid 32,120 15 0
Ninth 4s. Aid 9,925 2 6
Loans on Duties on Houses 92 2 10½
Loans on the 3,700l. per week Excise 502 0
Loans on the Fifth 4s. Aid and Subsidies 2,447 0 5
Loans on the One Third Tonnage 1704 11,500 0 0
Contributions for Annuities 1704 511 10
Loans on the Queen's tin 9,671 18 4
Loans on the Eighth 4s. Aid 15,361 1
money in the hands of Lionell Herne for cancelling Exchequer Bills 223 0
Loans on Malt Duty anno 1706 33,595 4
Contributions for Annuities anno 1706 481,996 19 10½
1,063,648 13
tallies undisposed of in several hands, ut supra, p. cxi. 223,091 9
money in Sir Thomas Littleton's hands being surcharged on him supra p. cxi. for the value of a life fallen in on the annuities issued to him in tallies and orders pro anno 1705 80 0 0
total Remains at Michaelmas 1706 £1,286,820 2 9
Dr.
Account of Loan money anno 1706 to wit of money borrowed or advanced at the Exchequer on Public Fonds or revenues between Michaelmas 1705 and Michaelmas 1706 and of the Principal money thereof repaid within the same time.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Loans in money on the One Third Tonnage and Poundage and Duties on Prize Wines anno 1704 ut supra p. xc. 13,650 0 0
Loans on the Seventh 4s. Aid anno 1704: in fictitious loans ut supra p. xc. 8,164 19
Loans on the produce of the Queen's tin: in money 64,852l. 7s. 9d.: in fictitious loans 12,135l. 8s. 3d. ut supra p. xcii. 76,987 16 0
Loans on the Eighth 4s. Aid anno 1705, in money 21,184l. 16s. 6d.; in fictitious loans 2,300l. ut supra p. xciv. 23,184 16 6
Loans on the Duties on Malt, Mum, etc. anno 1705 in money 50,970l.; in fictitious loans 58,172l. 7s. 3d. ut supra p. xcvi. 109,142 7 3
Loans on the Two Thirds Tonnage and Poundage anno 1705, in money 21,436l. 7s. 11d.; in fictitious loans ut supra p. xcvi. 150,054l. 10s.d. 171,490 18
Loans on the Duties on Coffee, etc. and the Continued Duties on Low Wines anno 1705; in money 29,443l. 8s. 9d.; in fictitious loans 198,236l. 19s. 1d. ut supra p. xcviii. 227,680 7 10
Loans on the Ninth 4s. Aid anno 1706; in money 1,379,959l. 3s. 10d.; in fictitious loans 470,040l. 16s. 2d. ut supra p. c. 1,850,000 0 0
Loans on the Duties on Malt, Mum, etc., anno 1706; in money 299,073l. 17s.d.; in fictitious loans 350,926l. 2s.d.; ut supra p. cii. 650,000 0 0
to Balance being the difference between the sum total of the Principal money repaid and the sum total of the moneys borrowed: the loans repaid exceeding the sums borrowed by 535,855 9
3,666,456 14
Carried forward £3,666,456 14
Cr.
Per Contra. l. s. d.
By principal money repaid
on the First 4s. Aid anno 1693 out of arrears of said Aid 59l. 15s. 0d.; out of the General Fond for Deficiencies [the first Deficiencies Act] 19,054l. 10s. 9d. 19,114 5 9
on the Third 4s. Aid anno 1695: out of arrears of said Aid 4l.; out of the Deficiencies Fond 114,461l. 7s. 7d. 114,468 7 7
on the Fourth 4s. Aid anno 1696: out of arrears of said Aid 6l. 4s. 0d.: out of the Deficiencies Fond 243,340l. 6s. 3d. 243,346 10 3
on the Second Quarterly Poll anno 1694: out of the Deficiencies Fond 28,665 13 4
on the Three Fourths Customs: out of the Deficiencies Fond 53,464 9
on the Duties on Salt etc. anno 1696: out of the Fond thereof 3,389l. 10s. 9d.; out of the Deficiencies Fond 8,110l. 9s. 3d. 11,500 0 0
on the Two Thirds Double 9d. Excise granted anno 1691: out of the Deficiencies Fond 6,215 0
on the Additional Impositions anno 1693: out of the Deficiencies Fond 152,182 19 11½
on the Stamp Duties anno 1694: out of the Fond thereof 8l. 5s. 2d.; out of the Deficiencies Fond 78,112l. 19s.d. 78,121 4
on the Duties on Marriages etc. anno 1695: out of the Fond thereof 8l. 13s. 6d.; out of the Deficiencies Fond 164,624l. 14s. 10d. 164,633 8 4
on the Duties on Coals and Culme anno 1698: out of the Fond thereof 1572l. 8s. 6d.; out of the Deficiencies Fond 927l. 11s.d. 2,500 0 0
on the Duties on Low Wines etc. anno 1701: out of the Fond thereof 35,600 0 0
on the 3,700l. per week of Excise 3,750 0 0
on the Fifth 4s. Aid and Subsidies anno 1702: out of arrears thereof 500 0 0
on the Duty on Coals, Culme etc. continued anno 1703 116,014 16 0
on the Sixth 4s. Aid anno 1703: out of the Fond thereof 9,000l.; out of the Surplus of the 9d. Excise for 99 years 16,000l. 25,000 0 0
on the Subsidies anno 1703: out of arrears thereof 1,214l. 4s. 11½d.; out of the Surplus at Xmas 1705 of the 3,700l. per week of Excise 51,592l. 5s.d.; out of the Surplus of the Five Sevenths of the Bank 9d. Excise 8,929l. 3s. 11d.; out of the Surplus of the Two Sevenths 9d. Excise in the same Act [5–6 Wm. & Mary, c. 20] 5,297l. 12s.d.; out of the Surplus of the 9d. Excise for 99 years, 2,143l. 7s. 11d.; out of the Surplus of the East India Company's Fond at Michaelmas 1705, 8,668l. 15s.d. 77,845 10 4
on the Duties on Malt, Mum etc., anno 1703, out of Malt anno 1705 to which said loans were transferred 164,064 12 8
on the Seventh 4s. Aid anno 1704 126,586 4
on the Duties on Malt, Mum etc., anno 1704 36,923 18
on the One Third Additional Tonnage and Poundage and the Duties on Prize Wines, anno 1704 74,276 4 6
Carried forward £1,532,773 6 1
Dr.
l. s. d.
Brought forward 3,666,456 14
£3,666,456 14
UNAPPROPRIATED MONEY ACCOUNT FOR 1706.
Extract of so much of the aforegoing accounts as relates to the money arisen at the Exchequer between Michaelmas 1705 and Michaelmas 1706 upon certain Fonda and Revenues unappropriated by Parliament.
Dr. l. s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer of unappropriated revenues at Michaelmas 1705:
of the 25 per cent. on French goods 445 18
part of the Surplus of the Fond for the East India Company in the year ended at Michaelmas 1704 999 8
the Surplus of the same Fond in the year ended at Michaelmas 1705 8,846 7
rent of licensed Hackney Coaches 500 0 0
Prize money 4,000 0 0
Perquisites of Admiralty, being the pirate Kidd's effects 6,472 1 0
total of unappropriated Remains at Michaelmas 1705 21,263 15 11½
To Cash for the produce of the said unappropriated Fonds from Michaelmas 1705 to Michaelmas 1706:
25 per cent. on French goods 4,127 7
5s. per ton on French ships 74 12
Plantation Duties 1,078 12 3
Customs ended at Xmas 1699 571 6 10
Virginia Quit Rents 3,000 0 0
Rent of Hackney Coaches 1,980 0 0
Second 4s. Aid 0 2 0
First Poll 0 4 0
Carried forward £32,096 0
Cr.
Per Contra. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 1,532,773 6 1
on the Eighth 4s. Aid anno 1705 1,502.119 5
on the Two Thirds Tonnage and Poundage anno 1705 78,400 0 0
on the Additional Duties on Coffee etc., and Continued Low Wines anno 1705; out of the Fond thereof, 20,638l. 9s. 3d.; out of the Surplus of Low Wines anno 1701, 10,361l. 10s. 9d 31,000 0 0
on the Duties on Malt, Mum etc. anno 1705 over and above the loans transferred from Malt 1703 299,279 2 8
on the Ninth 4s. Aid anno 1706 136,000 0 0
on Exchequer Bills; out of Capitation Subsidies, 500l.; out of arrears of the Additional 12d. Aid, 20l.; out of arrears of the Additional Tonnage and Poundage, 1370l.; out of arrears of the Second 3s. Aid, 3,975l.; out of arrears of the One Third of the Fourth 4s. Aid, 70l. 5,935 0 0
3,666,456 14
£3,666,456 14
UNAPPROPRIATED MONEY ACCOUNT FOR 1706.
Cr.
Per Contra. l. s. d.
By paid to James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces, upon account for the services following, viz.:
for the Troops of Saxe Gotha on account of douceurs and other Extraordinaries [of the war] to and for the year 1705: to wit, 3,142l. 2s. 2d. out of prize money; 14l. 10s 0d. out of the 5s. on French ships; 42l. 19s.d. out of arrears of Customs ended Xmas 1699 3,199 11 10¾
for the Elector Palatine in further part of the charge of his journey to Vienna for the good of the common cause: out of the Quit Rents of Virginia 2,004 10 0
for Brigadier Shrimpton, for his good service at Gibraltar: out of Prize Money 500 0 0
(total payments to James Brydges, 5,704l. 1s. 10¾d.)
By paid to John How, Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons etc.:
for account of pay of the 5,000 men for Sea service in the year 1703; 2,109l. 18s. 0d. out of Prize money; 3,354l. 15s. 2d. out of the 25 per cent, on French goods; 57l. 0s.d. out of arrears of Customs ended at Xmas 1699; 1,250l. out of the rent of Hackney coaches 7,071 13
Carried forward £12,775 15 4
Dr.
l. s. d.
Brought forward 32,096 6
Additional 12d. Aid 1 3 6
First Quarterly Poll 2 2 0
Prize money 5,400 0 0
Perquisites of Admiralty 3,112 2 2
Surplus at Xmas 1705 of the Fond of 3,700l. per week Excise over and above sufficient to satisfy 820,000l. borrowed thereupon and the interest thereof 53,188 4
Surplus in the year ended at 1 June 1706 of the Five Sevenths of the Bank's 9d. Excise 9,234 5 9
Surplus at Lady day 1706 of the Two Sevenths of the same Fond of the Bank's 9d. Excise 5,399 3
Surplus at Midsummer 1706 of the 9d. Excise for 99 years 18,665 14 8
Surplus in the year ended at Michaelmas 1706 of the Fond for the East India Company 12,075 14 8
(total receipts 117,940l. 15s. 1d.)
139,204 11
Carried forward £139,204 11
Cr.
Per Contra. l. s. d.
Brought forward 12,775 15 4
for account of the 5,000 Additional Forces raised in 1705: out of Prize money 1,910 2 0
for arrears of the Pensioners (called out-pensioners) at Chelsea College, 11l. 8s.d. out of the rent of Hackney Coaches; 1,193l. 10s.d. out of the 25 per cent. on French goods 1,204 19 0
for arrears to such pensioners who died in or were removed out of Chelsea College, 234l. 2s. 1d. out of the rent of Hackney Coaches; 702l. 3s. 2d. of Plantation Duties 936 5 3
(total payments to John How, 11,122l. 19s.d.)
By paid to Charles Fox, late Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, for account of pay to the Forces acting in Portugal anno 1703, 0l. 4s. 0d. out of the First Poll; 2l. 2s. 0d. out of the First Quarterly Poll; 0l. 2s. 0d. out of the Second 4s. Aid.; 180l. out of Prize money; 154l. 9s.d. out of the rent of Hackney Coaches; 376l. 9s. 1d. out of Plantation Duties; 60l. 2s.d. out of the 5s. per ton on French ships 773 9 0
for Monsieur Machado to complete 8,000l. for the loss of horses [for] waggons and other extraordinaries in the campaign anno 1704: out of Prize money 4,000 0 0
(total payment to Charles Fox, 4,773l. 9s. 0d.)
by paid to Sir Charles Hobby for the service and loss of an advice boat from Newfoundland: out of Prize money 400 0 0
by paid to the Treasurer of Greenwich Hospital, upon account for the benefit thereof: out of Kidd's effects pursuant to a clause in an Act of the last Session [4–5 Anne, c. 23, clause 11] 6,472 1 0
by paid to satisfy principal and interest on the Fonds as follows, by reason that the said Fonds proving deficient did not extend to satisfy the same [the loan money and interest thereof]:
on the Register of the Duty on Coals granted 1698, 927l. 11s.d. for principal and 71l. 17s. 3d. for interest: paid out of the Surplus of the Fond for the East India Company.
on the [Register of the] Subsidies granted for the service of the year 1703, 8,668l. 15s.d. for principal and 177l. 12s. 4d. for interest: paid out of the Surplus of the East India Company Fond: 2,143l. 7s. 11d. for principal and 56l. 12s. 1d. for interest, paid out of the surplus of the 9d. Excise for 99 years; 8,929l. 3s. 11d. for principal and 305l. 1s. 10d. for interest paid out of the Surplus of the Five Sevenths of the Bank's 9d. Excise; 5,297l. 12s.d. for principal and 101l. 10s. 5d. for interest, paid out of the Surplus of the Two
Carried forward £29,172 11 7
Dr.
l. s. d.
Brought forward 139,204 11
£139,204 11
CIVIL LIST ACCOUNT FOR 1706.
Extract of so much of the aforegoing accounts as relate to the neat money for the Civil List between Michaelmas 1705 and Michaelmas 1706.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
To Cash remaining in the Exchequer at Michaelmas 1705:
of the Additional Tonnage and Poundage 20,098 2 1
of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 3,450 11
of the Post Office 581 17 5
of Seizures 317 9
of loans on tin 1,250 0 0
25,698 0 6
To Cash for the neat produce of these [Civil List] Revenues from Michaelmas 1705 to Michaelmas 1706:
Additional Tonnage and Poundage 209,459 9 10¼
Hereditary and Temporary Excise (over and above the 3,700l. per week) 272,131 13
revenue of the Post Office 60,743 19 0
First Fruits and Tenths of the Clergy so far as these revenues are charged at the Exchequer with pensions payable by the Crown 13,764 5 8
Fines on Alienations 1,000 0 0
revenue of Wine Licences 3,600 0 0
[sheriffs'] proffers 1,188 5 10
Compositions [in the Exchequer] 12 16 10
seizures of uncustomed and prohibited goods 11,464 16 6
[Crown] Land revenues 2,952 16
rents [reserved] on grants 41 12 6
Post Fines and other Fines and Forfeitures 234 5 5
profits of the Hanaper 37 4 7
576,631 6 0
Carried forward £602,329 6 6
Cr.
Per Contra. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 29,472 11 7
Sevenths ditto; 51,592l 5s.d. for principal and 1,595l. 19s. 0d. for interest, paid out of the Surplus at Xmas 1705 of the 3,700l per week of Excise.
on the [Register of the] Sixth 4s. Aid granted for the service of the year 1703; 16,000l. for principal and 465l 14s 8d. for interest paid out of the Surplus of the 9d. Excise for 99 years.
old principal repaid 93,558l 16s 10d; total interest paid 2.774l. 7s. 7d., in all 96,333 4 5
total 124,805 16 0
By cash remaining in the Exchequer undisposed at Michaelmas 1706
of Customs ended at Xmas 1699 471 6 10
of the 25 per cent. on French goods 25 0
of the Surplus at Michaelmas 1706 of the East India Company's Fond to repay loans on the Sixth 4s. Aid 12,075 14 8
Quit Rents of Virginia 995 10 0
Rent of Hackney Coaches 830 0 0
Additional 12d. Aid 1 3 6
14,398 15
£139,204 11
CIVIL LIST ACCOUNT FOR 1706.
Per Contra.
By payments for account of the Civil List between Michaelmas 1705 and Michaelmas 1706. l. s. d.
at the Exchequer to
the Cofferer of the Household 61,038 2
the Treasurer of the Chamber 23,317 8
the Master of the Great Wardrobe 15,000 0 0
the Paymaster of the Works 26,567 18
the Paymaster of the Works at Windsor 6,769 10
the Master of the Horse for extraordinaries of the stables 5,000 0 0
the Foreign ministers 20,793l. 12s. 2d. on their ordinaries and 8,455l. on their extraordinaries 29,248 12 2
fees and salaries [payable at the Exchequer] 68,047 17 11
pensions and annuities payable at the Exchequer 26,882 7 2
Edward Nicholas for charities etc. established by the Queen 22,063 0
ditto for the French Protestants in part of 15,000l. 7,500 0 0
the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners 4,500 0 0
Royal Bounties 10,392 5 0
Sir Charles Hedges, Secretary of State: for secret service 2,250 0 0
Robert Harley, Secretary of State: for secret service 1,500 0 0
William Lowndes: for secret service 15,500 0 0
Jewels or presents [of money] in lieu of Jewels to Foreign Ministers 1,317 0 0
her Majesty's goldsmith for plate 6,283 1 2
the Privy Purse, per Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough 26,000 0 0
Contingencies: to wit 3,230l. 18s. 0d. for law charges; 5,259l. 15s. 5d. for rewards for sundry services; 744l. 9s.d. for sheriff's surpluses; 2,597l. 2s. 0d. for the printers on their bills; 1,007l. 15s. 0d. for riding charges to messengers; 1,293l. 13s. 2d. for liberates of the Exchequer; 2,008l. 5s. 2d. for sundry incidents and disbursements; 150l. for the rent of Mote Park; 96l. 12s. 0d. for the City Wine Impost; 1,208l. 16s. 0d. for rewards to Receivers of Taxes: total of contingencies 17,597 6
Carried forward £376,774 10
Dr.
l. s. d.
Brought forward 602,329 6 6
loans made on credit of her Majesty's [preemption of] tin 76,987 16 0
£679,317 2 6
Cr.
Brought forward 376,771 10
towards building Blenheim House at Woodstock 30,000 0 0
to Henry Scobell, Esq., on account of the tin affair 131,850 0 0
511,621 10
paid at the Excise Office: 3,952l. 8sd. to the Queen Dowager; 25,000l. to the Prince of Denmark; 3,000l. to the Duke of Northumberland 31,052 s.
paid at the Post Office. 25,000l. to the Prince of Denmark; 29,5327l. 17s. 0d. to several on pensions supra p. lxi. 54,532 17 0
628,109 16
By paid at the Exchequer out of Civil List revenues to Public Services within the said year: l. s. d.
for the Earl of Galway: royal bounty: out of the Additional Tonnage 1,000 0 0
for the Marquis de Montandre, for the like: out of same 500 0 0
for Col. Edmd. Revitt in consideration of his good services in the defence of Gibraltar: out of same 200 0 0
for Captain Bennet: the like: out of Hereditary and Temporary Excise 200 0 0
for Jezreel Jones, disbursements for account of Gibraltar: out of Additional Tonnage and Poundage 565 7 6
for Monsieur Flotard for services towards assisting the Duke of Savoy: out of ditto 500 0 0
for remittances to Monsieur Darzilliers for services relating to the war in Italy: whereof 4,042l. 2s. 9d. out of Hereditary and Temporary Excise; 12,135l. 8s. 3d. out of loans on tin 16,180 11 0
for the States General, the balance of an account relating to the Cevennois: out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 1,380 5 11
for arrears of Subsidy to the King of Denmark due before Xmas, 1704: out of loans on tin 7,500 0 0
total payments to public uses out of Civil List money 28,026 4 5
By Cash remaining in the Exchequer at Michaelmas 1706:
of the Additional Tonnage and Poundage 7,636 12
of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 5,371 18 7
of the Post Office revenue 374 3 1
of seizures 101 9
of Fines and Forfeitures 25 0 0
of loans on tin 9,671 18 4
23,181 1
£679,317 2 6