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'Declared Accounts: Army', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 21: 1706-1707 (1952), pp. CXLV-CLXXXII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90421 Date accessed: 30 September 2014.


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DECLARED ACCOUNTS, 1705–6
Spending Departments. Page
Army. Guards and Garrisons cxlvi.
Forces Abroad: in the Low Countries clii.
” ” Spain and Portugal clx.
” ” Portugal and Gibraltar clxix.
Marines clxxiii.
Transport clxxv.
Remittances to Flanders clxxix.
Chelsea Hospital clxxxi.
Navy. Treasurer clxxxii.
Sick and Hurt cxcix.
Prize Ships ccii.
Admiralty Droits ccxi.
Salvage Money ccxiv.
Ordnance ccxviii.
Civil List. Cofferer of the Household ccxx.
Treasurer of the Chamber ccxxi.
Master of the Robes ccxxiii.
Master of the Horse ccxxiii.
Works ccxxiv.
Great Wardrobe ccxxv.
Queen Anne's Private Pensions ccxxvii.
Treasury Solicitor (Baker) ccxxxix.
” ” (Borrett) cccxxii.
Tin Affair. Agents in Cornwall ccxl.
Agent in Devon ccxli.
Annuities. Discount to Purchasers ccxlii
Revenue Departments.
Customs. General Account ccxliii.
Cash Account cclxii.
Wines and Vinegar, General Account cclxxvi.
” ” ” Cash Account cclxxix.
Tobacco, General Account cclxxxi.
“ Cash Account cclxxxv.
Silks and Linens, General Account clxxxvii.
” ” Cash Account ccxcii.
Excise. General Account ccxciv.
Cash Account ccxcvi.
Malt Duty: General Account ccxcix.
” ” Account of Arrears ccc.
” ” Cash Account ccci.
Salt Duty, General Account cccii.
” ” Cash Account ccciv.
Mint cccvii.
Wine Licences cccviii.
Post Office cccix.
Stamps cccxv.
Hackney Coaches cccxvi.
Hawkers and Pedlars cccxvii.
Hanaper cccxviii.
First Fruits and Tenths cccxxi.
Declared Account: Guard and Garrisons.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 57, BOLL 56.
John Howe, Paymaster General.
Account for the year 24 December 1705 to 23 December 1706.
Charge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Remains in the hands of this accomptant at the close of his last accompt ended 24 December 1705 12,621 9 6
Depending upon several persons as imprests as at the foot of the said last accompt 27,741 6 10
Money received out of the Exchequer Easter term, 5 Anne, on the privy seal of 29 December, 1 Anne 6,176 10
Michaelmas, 5–6; Anne 10,874 8 10¼
Easter term, 5 Anne, on the privy seal of 11 December, 3 Anne 504 0 0
on the privy seal of 24 May, 4 Anno 2,647 15 6
Michaelmas term, 4–5; Anne, on the privy seal of 11 December, 4 Anne 169,373 15 6
Easter term, 5 Anne 62,247 2 8
Michaelmas term, 5–6; Anne 91,768 15 10¾
343,592 8
Deductions upon clearing Regiments as follows, being so much paid them on account of pay, and allowed to this accomptant in his former accompts
paid by Vincent Hall, this accomptant's deputy in Spain: for subsistence
Col. Southwell's Regiment 2,957 16 10
Lord Charlemont's Regiment 2,898 2 11
Brig. Gorge's Regiment 5,082 9 4
paid by this accomptant himself
Lieut. Gen. Erie's Regiment for levy money and clothing for 77 men detached out of Col. Rivers's Regiment 484 2 9
Maj. Gen. Gustavus Hamilton's Regiment for levy money for 50 men detached out of the Royal Regiment of Fuziliers 150 0 0
ditto for clothing 167 16 8
Lord Charlemont's Regiment for subsistence to Lieut. Bamber, Ensign Walch and three sergeants 100 15 0
Brig. Gorge for subsistence for Ensign Witter and two sergeants 53 10 0
Col. Southwell's (late Col. Rivers's) for Levy money for recruits received from Brig. Mordant's Regiment 90 0 0
Lord Charlemont's, on like accompt 36 0 0
Brig. Gorge's, on like accompt 36 0 0
the Company at Bermudas for 6 weeks' subsistence to 23 December 1705 330 14 2
Brig. Handasyde's (late Sir Henry Bellasis's Regiment) for arms delivered them from the Office of Ordnance 275 0 0
Coldstream Regiment of Guards and the First Regiment of Guards, 174l. 6s. 0d. each for the like 348 12 0
Col. Livesay's for the like 293 0 0
the First Regiment of Guards for Transport charges 39 0 4
13,343 0 0
total charge and receipts £397,298 4
Discharge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Pay of the Regiments, Troops and Companies
General Officers
Duke of Marlborough as Captain General, 3 aides de camp, Secretary, Physician and Surgeon 4,866 13 4
Paymaster General 365 0 0
Henry St. John, Secretary at War 365 0 0
Henry Durell, Adjutant General 182 10 0
Lord Walden, Commissary General of the Musters and nine Deputies, two clerks, and contingencies 1,995 6 8
Brig. Gen. Cadogan, Quarter Master General 182 10 0
Thomas Byde, Judge Advocate 365 0 0
Comptrollers of Army Accompts and their Secretary 1,800 0 0
Thomas Lawrence, Physician General, Dr. Thomas Gardner, Chirurgeon General, Isaac Teale, Apothecary General 547 10 0
Charles Pinckney, Marshal to the Horse 127 15 0
Charles Hobson, Surveyor of the repairs of the Guards 45 12 6
Thomas Silver, Firemaster General 54 15 0
two messengers 60 0 0
Capt. John Mawgridge, Drum Major General 30 0 0
Col. Fra. Robinson, Provost Marshal General 146 0 0
11,133 12 6
Regiments, Troops, and Companies.
Earl of Albermarle's First Troop of Guards (officers and 160 privates) 16,504 17 4
Duke of Ormonde's Second Troop of Guards (like numbers) 16,546 13 4
Earl of Arran, Third Troop of Horse Guards (like numbers) 16,546 13 4
Lieut. Gen. George Cholmondley, Troop of Grenadier Guards (officers and 145 privates) 10,743 3 4
Duke of Northumberland, Royal Regiment of Horse Guards (officers and 360 privates) 25,096 15 10
George Carpenter, Queen's Regiment of Dragoons (officers and 324 Dragoons) 14,739 18 4
Earl of Essex, Dragoons (like numbers) 14,703 18 4
Duke of Marlborough, First Regiment of Foot Guards (officers, 1,680 privates and four companies of Grenadiers, 280 privates) 49,822 10 0
John, Lord Cutts, Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards (officers and 980 privates) 25,355 6 8
Earl of Orrery (officers and 708 privates) from 25 August to 23 December 1706 4,492 7 8
Capt. Benj. Bennett, Company of Foot at Bermudas (officers and 50 privates) from 25 June 1705 to 23 December 1706, and offreckonings 25 April 1704 to 24 June 1705 1,622 2 5
Company of Newfoundland officers and 80 privates, 202l. 12s. 1d. in further part of 961l. 12s. 6d. for pay from 24 December 1704 to December 1705; and 941l. for clearings from 24 December 1705 to 24 December 1706 as by the Queen's warrant dated 21 June 1707 1,143 12 1
Carried forward £11,133 12 6
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 11,133 12 6
Lord Cornbury for four Independent Companies at New York (officers and 400 privates in all) including 605l. 18s. 8d. for recruits 6,782 2 8
four Companies of Invalids, officers and 75 privates each 3,118 5 0
sundry reduced Invalids as by the royal warrant of 4 September 1703 969 15 8
208,188 2 0
Pay of the Garrisons in England and Wales.
Berwick and Holy Island 801 17 6
Calshot Castle 136 17 6
Carlisle 346 15 0
Chester 273 15 0
Clifford's Fort and Tinmouth Castle 500 15 0
Cinque Ports 1,113 0 0
Gravesend and Tilbury 820 2 6
Guernsey 328 10 0
Hull and Blockhouse 747 2 6
Hurst Castle 136 17 6
Jersey island 401 10 0
Landguard Fort 255 10 0
St. Mawes 191 12 6
Pendennis 295 10 0
Plymouth and St. Nicholas Island 957 0 0
Portland 100 7 6
Dartmouth 36 10 0
Portsmouth 1,203 9 0
Sheerness 910 18 6
Scilly Island 365 0 0
Scarborough 52 10 0
Tower of London 2,344 9 2
Upnor Castle 492 15 0
Windsor 328 10 0
North Yarmouth 73 0 0
Isle of Wight 1,262 1 6
St. James's Park 136 17 6
14,613 3 2
Fire and Candle for the Guards and Garrisons.
Horse Guards 350 0 0
Foot Guards 450 0 0
Berwick and Holy Island 54 0 0
Carlisle 36 0 0
Calshot 10 0 0
Chester 30 0 0
Dover 18 0 0
Guernsey 40 0 0
Gravesend and Tilbury 73 0 0
Hull and the Barracks 237 0 0
Hurst Castle 18 0 0
Jersey 63 0 0
Plymouth 91 0 0
Portsmouth 273 0 0
Scilly Island 18 0 0
Tinmouth Castle 18 0 0
Sheerness and the Barracks 91 0 0
Tower of London 127 0 0
Upnor 20 0 0
Windsor 18 0 0
Isle of Wight 54 0 0
Portland 10 0 0
St, Nicholas Island and Mount Batten 36 0 0
Carried forward £233,934 17 8
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 233,934 17 8
Pendennis 18 0 0
St. Mawes 10 0 0
Landguard Fort 18 0 0
Yarmouth 10 0 0
Scarborough 10 0 0
2,201 0 0
Pensions to Disabled Officers
Capt. Phillipp Griffin 109 10 0
Gapt. Harris 150 0 0
Lieut. Henry Meoles 36 10 0
Mrs. Anne Babington 100 0 0
396 0 0
Officers and Regiments for Respits taken off
Gerrard Russell's Company in Col. Soames's Regiment 56 9 4
Col. Nott, Lieutenant Governor of Berwick 30 10 0
Earl of Carlisle, Governor of Carlisle 61 10 0
Quarter Master Pinson of Handaside's Regiment 12 8 0
Capt. Philip Ryves of Handaside's Regiment 56 18 8
217 16 0
Sundry Contingencies detailed at length 7,315 2 11½
total for the Establishment 244,064 16
Pay of Officers and soldiers of the six Regiments of Foot appointed for Sea Service
Brig. Gen. Mordaunt's (officers and 708 privates, abating 401l. 11s. 5d. for respits) 14,119 6 8
Brig. Gen. Erie's (like numbers, including an extra muster for Capt. Frocks Company) 14,689 18 4
Charles, Lord Paston's (like numbers abating 1,598l. l1s. 4d. for respits and 128l. 19s. 5d. not yet paid) 12,793 7 7
Col. Roger Townsend's, (same numbers from the respective days of raising to 23 December 1706; abating 363l. 8s. for respits) 5,535 18 4
Col. Thomas Whetham (like numbers, abating 3,432l. 15s. 6d, for officers in England raising recruits and other respits) 11,088 2 10
Col. John Livesay (same officers but only 576 men; abating 1,770Z. 16s. 2d. for the like cause) 11,138 2 2
Col. Thomas Handaside's Regiment at Jamaica (same officers and 840 men; abating 2,860l. 19s. 4d. for Officers absent, etc 13,265 19 0
John, Lord Lovelace (officers and 708 privates) from the respective days of raising in July and August 1706 to 24 August 1706 1,055 0 0
83,685 14 11
Levy money and respits taken off
Lord Paston (84 men drafted out of his Regiment for Newfoundland) 222 18 0
muskets for said detachment, being shipwrecked going to Newfoundland 83 19 0
Robert Perryman, levy money for seven men of Lord Paston's Regiment 21 0 0
Capt. John Travel. of the said Regiment 56 9 4
Lieut. William Cason, in said Regiment 28 4 8
Ensign Nathaniel Perry, in said Regiment 22 0 0
Carried forward £327,750 11
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 327,750 11
Chaplain William Hodges, in said Regiment 121 13 4
Surgeon Richard Holland, in said Regiment 50 2 0
Levy money to Col. Whetham's Regiment augmented: as by royal warrant of 1 March 1706–7; 630 0 0
Quarter Master Edward Pinson of Handaside's Regiment 48 12 0
detachments of 56 men each from the Regiments of the Earl of Donegal, Lord Charlemont, Lieut. Gen. Erle and Major Gen. Hamilton, delivered over to Col. Handaside and Col. Livesay at Jamaica in 1703 1,120 0 0
Brig. Mordaunt for 196 men drafted to complete other Regiments sent to Spain 401 11 8
2,812 10 0
Payments by this accomptant for allowances for services done in the year 1703
Earl of Donegal's Regiment in the West Indies, 24 October 1702 to 24 December 1703 2,415 0 0
Lord Charlemont's Regiment for same time 2,437 17 9
Lieut. Gen. Erie's Regiment for same time 2,951 9 8
Maj. Gen. Gustavus Hamilton's Regiment for same time 2,314 19 2
90 additional men to Lieut. Gen. Erie's Regiment from 22 Sept. 1702 to 23 May 1703 729 0 0
Lieut. Gen. Erie's Regiment offreckonings, 15 October 1702 to 24 December 1703 1,114 7 5
Lord Charlemont's Regiment ditto 1,114 7 5
Gustavus Hamilton's Regiment ditto 1,036 16 3
Earl of Donegal's Regiment ditto 1,114 7 5
Brig. Columbine's Regiment for ditto 14 May 1702 to 24 December 1703 1,355 7
Lieut. Gen. Erie's Regiment stopt from the subsistence of his Regiment by Brig. Columbine in the Expedition to the West Indies on account for contingencies: as by the royal warrant of 15 February 1704–5; 100 0 0
Lord Charlemont's Regiment for the like 100 0 0
Earl of Donegal's Regiment for the like 100 0 0
Gustavus Hamilton's Regiment for the like 100 0 0
16,983 12 10¾
Payments by this accomptant for the service of the year 1704
Col. Southwell's (late Columbine's) Regiment from 25 June to 23 December 1705 7,240 11 4
Visct. Charlemont's Regiment from 25 May to 23 December 1705 8,396 5 0
Brig. Gorge's Regiment for same time 8,424 13 8
the Gunners of Dartmouth [garrison] from 8 March 1703–4; to 23 December 1705: by royal warrant of 3 January 1706–7; 65 9 0
24,126 19 0
Carried forward £371.673 13
l. s. d.
Brought forward 371,673 13
Money paid to Col. Hans Hamilton, Quarter Master General in the Expedition under the Earl of Peterborough to complete his pay as such from 31 March to 23 December 1705 (he having received 42l. on that account from Charles Fox [Paymaster of the Forces Abroad] and here allowed by royal warrant of 8 November 1707) 92 0 0
Auditor's fee 135 0 0
total payments and allowances £371,900 13
Remains 25,397l. 11s. 4d.
against which
l. s. d.
Depending within the time of the previous accompt on Sir Thomas Littleton, Navy Treasurer, for provision of victuals for the Company of Foot at Newfoundland as by royal warrants of 22 April 1703 and 30 May 1705 1,679 0 0
ditto within the time of the present accompt:
for the Guards and Garrisons:
on James Bridges as by the royal warrant of 20 March 1705–6; 594 0 0
Capt. Thomas Lloyd, Captain of the Independent Company of Foot in Newfoundland, for extraordinary services there 300 0 0
total depending for the Guards and Garrisons 894l. 0s. 0d.
for the Forces in Spain:
Henry Vincent, Deputy Paymaster of the Forces sent to Spain, in part of 5,000l. for pay of six Regiments as by the royal warrant of 25 May 1705 4,643 6 10
ditto as by the royal warrants of 1705 October 23 and December 6 18,000 0 0
ditto received from the Earl of Donegal and repaid to said Earl by this accomptant as by the royal warrant of 25 May 1706 1,400 0 0
ditto received from Mossom Ferrobosco, Deputy Treasurer of the Fleet in the Mediterranean, and repaid to him by this accomptant as by the royal warrant of 3 August 1706 1,125 0 0
total depending for the Forces in Spain, 25,168l. 6s. 10d.
ditto received from Mark Proudfoot, Agent for Prizes at Barcelona, and repaid by this accomptant to the Receiver General of Prizes in London on a bill of exchange drawn by the Earl of Peterborough as by the royal warrant of 26 April 1707 900 0 0
28,641 6 10
and so this accompt is in surplus at 23 December 1706, 3,243l. 15s. 6d.
Declared 21 April 1708.
l. s. d.
This account closes with the following Memorandum by Auditor Maynwaring:
The several sums undermentioned, allowed amongst the payments in the preceding accompt being issued upon account are to be charged and accompted for in the succeeding accompts of this Office
Handaside's Regiment for 293 recruits delivered to Col. Livesay, allowed amongst the payments for Sea Service Regiments 879 0 0
l. s. d.
several Regiments sent to Spain allowed amongst the payments to the 5,000 additional men 690 16 2
Capt. Walton's Company raised in New England, allowed amongst the payments for 1703 and 1705 385 16 7
Hans Hamilton's Regiment, similarly allowed 176 13 4
subsistence paid to the Regiments of Lillingston, Wynn and Lepell 6,600 0 0
to be repaid to the Victualling Commissioners for beer short provided for the Company at Newfoundland 92 3 8
by the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland which he is to deduct from Col. Rooke's Regiment “and remit over to the Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons in England” 221 10 0
Declared Accounts.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 321, ROLL 1274.
James Brydues, Paymaster of the Forces in the Low Countries.
24 December 1705 to 23 December 1706.
Charge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
arrears
in the hands of this accomptant at the end of his last account, nil: he being in surplus 32,926l. 1s.d. nil
depending upon several persons named at the foot of the said accompt 14,367 8 11
money received out of the Exchequer
Michaelmans term, 4–5; Anne, on the privy seal of 11 December, 4 Anne 68,157 18 10¼
Easter term, 5 Anne on same privy seal 85,660 13 11½
Michaelmas term, 4–5; Anne 361,929 10
Easter term, 5 Anne 286,365 2
Michaelmas term, 5–6; Anne 113,216 12
Michaelmas term (for subsidies) 7,435 7
Michaelmas term, 4–5; Anne, for arrear of subsidy as by the privy seal of 13 March, 1 Anne 22,792 16 10
Michaelmas and Easter term, 5 Anne, for extraordinaries 39,718 11 10½
Easter term and Michaelmas, 5–6; Anne 20,093 15 0
Michaelmas term, 5–6; Anne 38,526 19 3
Michaelmas term, 4–5; Anne (on the privy seal of 11 December, 3 Anne) 14,999 19 ll¾
Michaelmas term, 5–6; Anne 6,572 12
Michaelmas term, 4–5; Anne 13,006 17
Michaelmas term (Prussian subsidy) 7,630 0 0
Michaelmas term (horses) 15,296 0 0
Michaelmas term (horses) 15,670 0 0
Michaelmas term (extraordinaries) 1,165 0 0
Easter term, 5 Anne (ditto) 5,466 14
Michaelmas term, 5–6; Anne on the privy seal of 5 December, 5 Anne 153,507 1
Carried forward 1,277,211 16
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 1,291,569 3 11¼
moneys arising by the deduction of 12d. per £
on the pay of the 40,000 men 22,321 19 9
on the pay of the 20,000 men 3,004 11
25,326 11
on the deduction of one day's pay in the year
on the 40,000 men 1,193 18 11½
on the 20,000 men 160 14 6
1,354 13
deductions for charges of transportation to Holland anno 1706 1,308 0 6
ditto anno 1705 being so much short deducted by Charles Fox, the preceding Paymaster 6 1 4
1,314 1 10
deductions for arms furnished out of her Majesty's stores at Lisbon and in Spain between 22 December 1704 and 29 December 1706 to Farrington's and Macartney's Regiments 348 13 8
total charge and receipts £1,319,913 4
Discharge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Surplusage at the foot of the last accompt 32,926 1
For the 40,000 men viz. the English Forces thereof
Pay and entertainment of the General Officers
Duke of Marlborough 3,650 0 0
Charles Churchill, General of the Foot 2,190 0 0
Lieut. Gen. Henry Lumley, Earl of Orkney and Richard Ingoldesby 4,380 0 0
Maj. Gen. Harry Withers and Cornelius Wood 1,460 0 0
Brig. Charles Ross, John Richmond Webb, Thomas Meredith, Holcraft Blood, William Cadogan, Lord Haye, Francis Palmes 2,737 10 0
Henry Durell, Adjutant General 182 10 0
William Cadogan, Quarter Master General 182 10 0
Alexander Spotswood, Deputy Quarter Master 91 5 0
Benjamin Sweet, Deputy Paymaster 227 16 3
Adam Cardonnel, Secretary to the Commander in Chief 182 10 0
Francis Hare, Chaplain to ditto 121 13 4
William Forster, Physician to ditto 182 10 0
Francis Courraud, Chirurgeon. to ditto 182 10 0
Henry Watkins, Deputy Judge Advocate 182 10 0
Col. Giles Spicer, Waggon Master General 130 0 0
John Fury, Provost Marshal 219 0 0
(total for staff 16,302l. 4s. 7d.)
Queen's Regiment of Horse 33,000 10 10
Cornelius Wood's Regiment of Horse 22,286 5 10
Hugh Wyndham's Regiment of Horse 22,286 5 10
Duke of Schonberg's Regiment of Horse 22,286 5 10
William Cadogan's Regiment of Horse 21,857 18
Lord John Hay and then Lord Dalrymple, Royal Regiment of Scots Dragoons 19,058 9 4
Carried forward £32,926 1
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 32,926 1
Charles Ross, Royal Regiment of Dragoons of Ireland 19,284 3 4
Earl of Orkney, Royal Regiment of Foot 31,944 18 8
Prince of Denmark's Regiment of Foot 15,928 11
Brigadier Webb's Regiment of Foot 16,266 16 8
Lord North and Grey's Regiment of Foot 16,264 16 0
Brigadier Emanuel Howe's Regiment of Foot 16,264 16 0
Col. Francis Godfrey's Regiment of Foot 16,266 16 8
Lieut. Gen. Richard Ingoldesby's Regiment of Foot 16,266 16 8
Visct. Mordaunt's and then Col. Sampson de Lalo's Regiment of Foot 16,266 16 8
Col. Joseph Sabine, Regiment of Welsh Fuziliers 16,264 15 4
Col. William Tatton's Regiment of Foot 16,266 16 8
Lord Dalrymple's and then Col. William Borthwick and Col. George Preston's Regiment of Foot 16,235 16 8
Brigadier Thomas Meredith's Regiment of Foot 16,264 16 0
Sir Richard Temple's Regiment of Foot 16,115 6 8
Col. Roger Elliott's Regiment of Foot 14,515 9
Col. William Evans's Regiment of Foot 15,089 14 2
Respits detailed, taken off by the Lord General's warrants of 13 December 1707 and 27 January 1707–8; 280 9 0
Forage for 200 days for the winter quarters 1706 as per Regulation detailed 10,727 8 10
Waggon money to sixteen Battalions of Foot detailed 3,200 0 0
Contingent charges of the English Forces: viz.
Duke of Marlborough for so much expended by him in the 1706 campaign, without account: as by the privy seal of 16 May, 9 Anne 7,485 15 0
Aides de Camp detailed 1,395 0 0
Majors of Brigade detailed 500 0 0
William Gill, Commissary for the exchange of prisoners 70 0 0
John Seigmor and John Vandenende, Trumpeters to the Commander in chief 20 0 0
Henry Watkins, disbursements in the Office of Secretary at War 459 5 0
Joseph Downing, for supplying books entitled the Soldiers' Monitor 104 1 0
Mayor of Harwich, relief of poor soldiers invalided from Flanders 21 0 4
(total contingencies, 10,055l. 1s. 4d.)
Foreign Forces, part of the 40,000 men
William Schnell, Commissary of the Danish Forces (Officers, 8 Regiments of Horse, 1 of Dragoons, 1 Battalion of Foot Guards, 9 Regiments of Foot for the moiety of pay as by the Treaty of 15 June 1701) 116,265 2 11/7
Daniel Meinertzhagen, Commissary of the Prussian Forces (Officers, 2 Regiments of Horse, 5 of Foot moiety pay as by Treaty of 9 January 1701) 43,018 18 9 1/7
Carried forward £32,926 1
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 32,926 1
Christian Albrecht Moller and Henrick Schirmer, Commissaries to the Hessian Forces (Officers, 1 Regiment of Horse, 2 of Dragoons, 1 of Foot Guards, 4 of Foot) moiety pay as by Convention Act of 13 February 1701 53,676 14 2 2/7
Sieur de Klingraaf, Counsellor to the Duke of Cell, for the moiety pay of the Forces of Hanover and Cell (2 Regiments of Horse, 12 of Foot, General Officers, waggons and extraordinaries) as by treaty between the Queen and the Duke of Brunswick and Luneburg of 30 December 1704 171,329 10 1
Extraordinaries (forage, waggon money and recruits)
to the Danish Forces 7,688 11 10 6/7
to the Prussian Forces 2,977 16 6 6/7
to the Hessian Forces 8,775 2 8
to the Hanover and Celle Forces 7,200 1 8
Sir Solomon de Medina, assignee of Sieur Antonio Alvarez Machado, contractor for bread and bread waggons 20,000 0 0
(total for the Foreign Forces of the 40,000 men, 410,931l. 17s. 11 2/7d.)
total for the 40,000 men 887,780 4 11¼ 2/7
For the Troops of Augmentation of 20,011 men (viz. 4 English Regiments of 3,504 men and 16,507 foreigners in the pay of her Majesty and the States General)
the English Forces' part thereof
Col. Thomas Stringer's Regiment of Foot 15,407 16 0
Col. Sampson de Lalo's ditto 14,369 16 2
Brig. Thomas Farrington's ditto 14,335 4 2
Col. George Maccartney's ditto 14,210 8 10
Respits, detailed, taken off 176 18 8
forage money to the English Forces 1,804 13 0
the Foreign Forces' part thereof as by the Treaty of Repartition made 30 August 1703 “which being paid for full numbers without muster rolls are allowed by the privy seal of 16 May, 9 Anne”
Holstein Gottorp (moiety pay of two Regiments of Dragoons and two of Foot) 27,331 12 8
Saxe Gotha (moiety pay of two Regiments of Dragoons and two of Foot) 23,251 3 0 4/7
Hesse Cassel (the Queen's part of the pay of 10 Companies of a Regiment of Foot) 10,855 1 1 5/7
Elector Palatine (moiety pay of four Battalions) 15,348 13 2 6/7
Liege (pay of Baron de Waleff's Regiment of Dragoons) 14,614 4 10 2/7
520 supernumerary Danes (moiety pay) 8,321 11 0 4/7
Carried forward £920,706 6 5½ 2/7
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 920,706 6 5½ 2/7
Extraordinaries of Forage, Recruits and Waggon money for the troops of
Holstein Gottorp 1,985 6 8
Saxe Gotha 3,289 4 6 6/7
Elector Palatine's Troops (viz. the above 4 Battalions of Foot and 3,000 Palatines in Italy) 3,811 14 2 2/7
Waleff's Dragoons 699 1 0 4/7
Regiment of Foot of the Prince of Oost Frieze 400 3 9 5/7
Col. Cares' Regiment of Foot 420 7 7 3/7
Col. Jamaert's Regiment of Foot 348 0 0
the Regiments of Uflingen, Swartz and Ebervelt of the Bishop of Munster's Troops 1,180 7 7 3/7
Baron de Trogn's Regiment of Foot 852 6 8 4/7
(total of pay and extraordinaries of the Foreign part of the 20,000 men, 112,708l. 18s. 2 6/7d.)
Sir Solomon de Medina as above for Bread and Bread Waggons for the Queen's moiety of the 20,000 men 5,000 0 0
178,013 15 0 6/7
Payments to the Foreign Forces for Horses lost
William Schnell, Commissary of the Danish Forces 15,683 9 9 5/7
to the Prussians 510 11 5 1/7
William Fornenberge for the Hessians 2,843 1 10 6/7
William Petkum, Commissary to the Holstein Gottorp Forces 1,514 10 3 3/7
Gaspar Rover, Commissary to the Saxe Gotha Troops 280 2 0
Oost Frize Regiment 84 3 6 2/7
total for horses lost 21,015 18 11 5/7
payments to Gerrard Rover for the agio or difference of the money due to the Prussian Troops after their marching out of the garrisons between the Rhine and the Maas and for bread delivered to them in the 1706 campaign 11,483 7 10 6/7
payments for her Majesty's share being two thirds pay to the 3,000 additional Palatines in Italy, two Regiments of Foot and three squadrons of Horse 26,618 3 0 4/7
Subsidies paid to Foreign Princes
King of Denmark (by treaty of 15 June, 1701) 37,500 0 0
Landgrave of Hesse Cassel by Treaty of 13 February 1701–2;, 5,952l. 7s. 7 3/7d., and by the Treaty of 20 May 1706 for an additional subsidy of 50,000 crowns (7,201l. 7s. 7 3/7d.) 13,153 15 2 6/7
Elector of Treves, a moiety of 50,000 crowns or 125,000 guilders as by the treaty of May 1702 5,952 7 7 3/7
Carried forward £1,157,837 11
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 1,157,837 11
Elector Palatine, moiety of 80,000 crowns as by Treaty of 17 May 1703 4,761 18 1 1/7
King of Prussia, two thirds of 37,500 crowns towards subsisting his 8,000 men in Italy from 15 October 1705 to 15 January 1706–7; as by Treaty of 28 November 1704 (59,523l. 16s. 2 2/7d.), and for agio and exchange (2,276l. 15s. 8 4/7d.) 61,800 11 10 6/7
total of Subsidies 123,168 12 10 2/7
Levy money for recruit horses and accoutrements for the English Horse and Dragoons, detailed 11,622 0 0
Payments for Extraordinaries detailed, to the Foreign Forces in several preceding years, not paid till the year 1706
Danes (waggon money etc. 1705) 3,831 18 5 5/7
Prussians (extraordinaries 1702) 1,918 15 6 6/7
Hessians (Baron Dalwigh and William Fornenberge, Commissaries (ditto 1703) 14,177 13 0
Holstein Gottorp (ditto 1703) 1,861 9 10 3/7
Baron de Waleff (ditto 1703–4;) 2,062 18 32
Mr. Lanssell for Col. Caris's Regiment (ditto 1703–4;) 338 4 9 1/7
Sieur Brackman for Col. Jamaert's Regiment (ditto 1704) 550 4 3 3/7
Sieur de Norff for the Regiments of Uflingen, Swartz and Evervelt of the Bishop of Munster's Troops (ditto 1704–5;) 701 3 9 5/7
Mr. De Grave for Baron de Trogne's Regiment (ditto 1704–5;) 581 19 0 4/7
26,002 7 1 2/7
Moneys directed to be paid out of the Poundage
Charles Roudolph, Duke of Wurtemberg, Commander of the Danish Forces, for their Sick and Hurt 600 0 0
Sieur Leonard Vanderkaa for waggons for transporting sick and wounded 700 0 0
John Davies, Chaplain in Hospital 20 0 0
Doctors of the Hospital in the Low Countries (Thomas Lawrence, Physician General, Dr. Oliphant, Dr. Nathaniel Ogle, John Hudson et al.) 1,900 0 0
John Hudson, Director of the Hospitals (stores etc.) 9,010 14 0
Isaac Teale, apothecary 537 6 0
Monsieur de Schmettau, Colonel of the Regiment of Anspach Dragoons for standard and colours taken by them at the Battle of Ramillies 255 16
Banish Troops (for ditto) 395 6 11
John Howe, Paymaster, for the Royal Hospital at Chelsea: out of the one day's deduction 1,119 18
salary to this accomptant and Exchequer fees on receipt of moneys etc. 9,678 16
salaries, office rent, etc. 4,087 18 6
28,305 16 10½
Carried forward £1,346,936 8 3 4/7
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 1,346,936 8 3 4/7
Extraordinaries relating to the Forces in the Low Countries
Sieur Pancras, Commissary of the Artillery of the city of Amsterdam, for 10,000 musquets by him furnished for her Majesty's Forces at 8 guilders each by the Duke of Marlborough's warrant dated 28 August 1706 7,441 17 2
Lieut. Col. Charles Hopkey for 200 chests for the said arms 96 6 6
John Drummond for transport of said arms from Amsterdam to Flushing 57 11 1
Duke of Marlborough, extraordinary charges on the memorable march to Schellenburgh and Blenheim in 1704 above the sum allowed for contingencies to the Forces: as by the royal warrant of 15 November 1706 7,000 0 0
Auditor Edward Harley's charges in auditing this account 563 0 0
15,158 14 9
Payments to Monsieur de Steingens, Envoy to the Elector Palatine, towards the charges of his journey to Vienna in 1703 at the instance of her Majesty and the Allies for the good of the common cause: as by the royal warrant of 28 September 1706, and 26 April 1708 (over and above 3,000 crowns formerly paid) 3,981 4 10
sum total of payments and allowances £1,366,076 7 10 4/7
and so this accomptant is in surplusage 46,163l. 3s. 8½ 4/7d.
l. s. d.
Whereunto is added money depending
imprested in 1703 to Samuel Atkinson and Nicholas Roope for transporting Forces from England to Holland since 24 December 1703 as by the royal warrant of 1 May 1703 3,000 0 0
ditto for the Holland Transport service between 24 December 1702 and 26 March 1703 and for transporting 243 recruits to Holland, 15 June 1703 926 10 8
imprested in 1704
John Nutin, Paymaster of Transports, for shipping etc. in April and March 1703–4; for 3,467 men and 1,024 horses and clothing from London and Harwich for the 40,000 men: by royal warrant of 17 June 1704 5,537 7 5
ditto for 2,405 men in same months, and clothing for the 20,000 men 1,800 0 10
Charles Bertie, Treasurer of the Ordnance, for royal bounty to the Artillery that served in Germany as by the royal warrant of 12 March 1704–5; 1,608 10 0
ditto for Josias Sandby, chaplain, and Samuel Forster, clerk to the said Train 50 0 0
l. s. d.
John Hudson, Director of the Hospitals in the Low Countries, for royal bounty to same: by same warrant 435 0 0
Richard Holt for special service relating to the war: by royal warrant of 30 August 1704 1,000 0 0
£14,357 8 11
making a total surplusage of 60,520l. 12s. 7½ 4/7d.
Declared 23 March, 1712–3;.
This account closes with the following Memoranda by Auditor Edward Harley.
of the sums appearing undeducted for Transportation at the foot of the account of Charles Fox the preceding Paymaster [of Forces Abroad], for the year 1704 amounting to 2,121l. 12s. 9d. there has been deducted and charged within the time of this accompt the sum of 5l. 14s. 8d. from Lieut. Gen. Ingoldesby's Regiment and there remains to be charged (for aught appears to the Auditors) 2,715l. 18s. 1d.
There is also undeducted and uncharged for like provisions for Transportation in the said Charles Fox's accompt for the half year to 24 June 1705 the sum of 150l. 8s. 2d.
Memorandum: The sum of 40,000l. was lent by her Majesty to the King of Spain and allowed [to] the said Fox in his 1704 account. Care is to be taken thereof when the account with the said King shall be settled.
Memorandum: It not appearing by Mr. Hudson's accounts of the Hospitals that the sums therein charged as received of the Paymasters are the full sums that were to be deducted from the said Forces, or [was] the whole [sum] that was received by the said Hudson from the said Paymasters, and it not appearing by the said accompts that vouchers were delivered to the Physician General and others who have certified the same, and no authority being produced for their [the auditors! finally allowing the said accounts it seems requisite that the said Mr. Hudson should accompt for the said several sums of money by him received upon account of the said Hospital amounting in the year 1704 to 9,254l. 11s. 3d.; in the year to Xmas 1705 to 9,211l. 5s. 11a., and in the year 1706 to 9,010l. 14s. 0d.
Memorandum: The accomptant's Deputy has attested upon oath his Regimental accompts pursuant to the Act of Parliament in that behalf.
There is also undeducted of the charges given in by the Commissioners of Transportation within the time of this accompt the sum of 72l. 3s. 8d., viz. 18l. 13s. 8d. from the Train of Artillery under the care of the officers of the Ordnance; 39l. 0s. 4d. from the Guards under Mr. Howe's care of pay; 7l. 6s. 4d. from the Hospital; 2l. from the Duke of Marlborough; 3l. 13s. 4d. from Mr. Cardonnell; 1l. 5s. 0d. from Col. Hamilton; 5s. from Col. Lauder.
Memorandum. that Sir Henry Furnesse, deceased, being by agreement with the Lord Treasurer dated 1704–5;, February 13 and several subsequent agreements appointed to remit money for her Majesty's Forces in the Low Countries and Germany for which he is accomptable, he did in his lifetime, by order of the Treasury, exhibit the accompts of the said remittances for the time he was concerned in that affair, viz. from 1705 to 1710 both inclusive, which are under examination.
Declared Accounts.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 317, ROLL 1262.
James Brydges, Paymaster General of her Majesty's Forces in Spain and Portugal,
for the year 24 December 1705 to 23 December 1706.
Charge. l s. d. l. s. d.
arrears
Remains in this accomptant's hands nil, he being in surplusage 61,419l. 3s. 10¾d. nil
depending on sundry persons as at the foot of the last preceding accompt 52,694 6 2
moneys out of the Exchequer
Michaelmas term 4–5; Anne, on the privy seal of 11 December, 3 Anne 5,000 0 0
Michaelmas term, 5–6; Anne 8,414 13
Easter term, 5 Anne 1,685 5
Michaelmas term, 4–5; Anne, on the privy seal of 13 March, 1 Anne 765 7 6
Easter term, 5 Anne 182 0 0
Michaelmas term, 5–6; Anne 340 11 0
Easter term, 6 Anne, on the sign manual of 26 December 1705 3,520 16 8
Michaelmas term, 4–5; Anne, on the privy seal of 11 December, 4 Anne 16,357 15
Easter term, 5 Anne ditto 108,258 9
Michaelmas term, 5–6; Anne ditto 45,841 13
Michaelmas term, 4–5; Anne ditto 26,761 4 0
Easter term, 5 Anne ditto 12,490 0 0
Michaelmas term, 5–6; Anne ditto 23,701 7 0
Michaelmas term, 4–5; Anne ditto 147,062 0 8
Easter term, 5 Anne ditto 49,982 19 7
Michaelmas term, 5–6; Anne ditto 17,474 3
Michaelmas term, 4–5; Anne ditto 168,014 14 4
Easter term, 5 Anne ditto 149,305 10 10
Michaelmas term, 5–6; Anne ditto 35,494 11 10
Michaelmas term, 4–5; Anne by p.s. 13 Mar. 1 Anne 60,281 8
Easter term, 5 Anne ditto 79,906 5 0
Michaelmas term, 4–5; Anne ditto 60,667 15
1,021,538 12
money arising by the deduction of 12d. per £
Forces in Portugal 11,207 17 4
Forces in Spain 8,765 10
Expedition under Earl Rivers 2,761 13
22,735 0 10¼
money arising by the deduction of one day's pay in the year
Forces in Portugal 613 10 6
Forces in Spain 446 11 10¼
Expedition under Earl Rivers 161 0 6
1,221 2 10¼
deductions for arms delivered out of the Stores to Regiments detailed 1,836 14 6
deduction for transportation from Col. Hill's Regiment for one man from Holland to England in 1705 0 5 0
money received from John Methuen late Ambassador at Portugal 22,693 1 0
money received from Walter Whitfield, Paymaster of Marine Regiments, in part of 3,235l. 10s. 6d. paid to the said Regiments by Henry Vincent, late Deputy Paymaster of the Forces in the Expedition to Spain 2,950 6 0
Carried forward £1,125,669 8 10
l. s. d.
Brought forward 1,125,669 8 10
money received from the Treasurer of the Ordnance and the Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons for arms for Earl Rivers' Expedition and other uses 8,689 4
total charge and receipts £1,134,358 13
Discharge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Surplusage on the foot of his last accompt 61,419 3 10¾
Pay, etc.
General Officers serving with the Forces of the King of Portugal
Major Gen. Francis D'Offarrall 1,095 0 0
Paul Boyer for the Marquis Montandre 1,095 0 0
Col. Lundie, Adjutant 730 0 0
James Taylor for Col. John Richards, as Lieut. General of the Ordnance 1,095 0 0
4,015 0 0
Major Gen. Daniel Harvey's Regiment of Horse 23,107 10 10
Lord Raby, Royal Regiment of Dragoons 20,652 18 4
Regiment of Dragoons under Brig. Killigrew (late Major Gen. Cunningham's) 15,661 4
Earl of Portmore's Regiment of Foot 14,720 0 0
Lieut. Gen. Stewart's Regiment of Foot 14,614 10
Col. John Hill's Regiment of Foot 15,440 9 4
Earl of Barrimore's Regiment of Foot, from 12 May 1706 to 23 December 1706 7,105 2
Brig. Holcroft Blood's Regiment of Foot 15,092 10
Brig. George Wade's Regiment of Foot 15,051 19 11
Major Gen. Brudenell's Regiment of Foot 15,152 2 0
Visct. Mountjoy's Regiment of Foot, abating 2592l. 10s. 0d. not vouched 12,920 0 0
Brig. Richard Gorge's (late Earl of Donegal's) Regiment of Foot 14,902 10
Col. Hans Hamilton's Regiment of Foot, abating 1128l. 9s. 2d. for respits and 1,295l. 15s. 10½d. short paid, due to the clothiers 13,088 4 11½
197,509 2 11¾
Levy money detailed 1,980 0 0
pay of respited persons detailed 85 8 0
the Queen's proportion of the subsidy to the King of Portugal and the Duke of Savoy:
the King of Portugal 150,000 0 0
the Duke of Savoy 157,555 10 8
307,555 10 8
the Queen's Royal Bounty to Capt. Hugh White, Sergeant John Williams, and Col. Albert Borgard 170 0 0
payments for extraordinary services relating to the war in Portugal
William Churchill and Richard Harnage for clothing and incidents 5,000 0 0
Charles Bouchière for horses 139 6 0
Sir Henry Furness for shoes etc. 1,425 0 0
Mann & Macculloch, clothiers, for the Earl of Barrimore's Regiment 1,236 4
7,800 10
Carried forward £519,115 12
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 519,115 12
money directed to be paid out of the Poundage
Andrew Vimiell, for medicines 57 12 0
Dr. Peter Amyot 7 0 0
64 12 0
Contingencies detailed
Baron Popple, Captain of Hussars 22 10 0
Ralph Bucknall, disbursements by command 458 10 0
Foulk Lucy, for a Spanish Lieutenant and Irish recruits 21 17 0
Josiah Millner, shipping shoes etc. 11 17 7
Michael Dupuy, for hats 125 16 6
Ambassador John Methuen, gifts to invalids etc. 48 0 0
Lieut. Col. Charles Dubourgay, procuring intelligence 200 0 0
Martin Luellyn, for straw beds 9 0 0
Lieut. Col. Charles Dubourgay, journey from Guadalaxara to the King of Spain at Saragossa 27 18 0
Col. John Hill, for waggons 153 15 10
1,079 4 11
(plus Surplusage, 61,419l. 3s. 10¾d.) £520,259 9
Forces in Spain.
General Officers
Earl of Peterborough, General and Commander in chief 4,015 0 0
Lieut. Gen. Sir Charles Hara, now Lord Tyrawley nil
Col. Hans Hamilton, as Quarter Master General 182 10 0
John Hepburne, Chaplain 121 13 4
Dr. John Freind, Physician to the Commander in chief, abating 42l. not paid 323 0 0
late Cornelius Dummer, Chirurgeon to the Commander in chief 94 10 0
John Pitt, Commissary of the Musters, 24 December 1705 to 23 February 1705–6; 31 0 0
George Warburton, Deputy Judge Advocate 42 0 0
Thomas Castle, Commissary of the Stores 84 0 0
4,893 13 4
Officers of the Hospital in Spain:
Charles Watkins, Director and Purveyor 105 0 0
Dr. Thomas Gardiner 168 0 0
Isaac Teale, apothecary 42 0 0
Dr. John Freind 273 15 0
Dr. John Lecaan nil
588 15 0
Royal Regiment of Fuziliers (Sir Charles Hara) 14,706 19 4
Col. William Bretton's Regiment of Foot 11,486 9 1
Marquis de Montandre's (late Lord Dungannon's) Regiment of Foot 8,253 5
Carried forward £5,482 8 4
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 5,482 8 4
Toby Caulfield's Regiment of Foot 10,241 11 2
Lord Mohun's Regiment of Foot 11,316 7
Col. William Southwell's Regiment of Foot 14,520 18 4
Col. Thomas Alnutt's Regiment of Foot (late Lord Charlemont's) 14,503 18 0
Col. Allen's Regiment of Foot (late Brig. Gorge's) 14,520 18 4
Col. Bowles's, late Cauflield's Regiment 14,520 18 4
Col. Soames's Regiment of Foot 9,539 13 8
Sir Charles Hotham's Regiment of Foot 14,372 5 4
Earl of Barrimore's late formed Regiment of Dragoons commanded by Col. Pearce, offreckonings 764 13
138,747 17
pay of several persons detailed respited on the muster rolls 145 10 8
payments on account of the subsidy to the King of Spain
William Churchill and Richard Harnage for clothing 24,571 19 6
Col. Cavalier for the Queen's two third share for recruiting, clothing and arming his Regiment 3,248 6 10¾
ditto for equipage and carrying said Regiment to Spain etc. 3,036 3
Countess of Peterborough for 20,000 dollars at 4s. 6d. a dollar advanced by the Earl of Peterborough to the King of Spain at Barcelona by the said Earl's bill dated 12 October 1705 and the acquittance of the Prince of Lichtenstein 4,500 0 0
35,356 10
pay and royal bounty Col. Montargie 1,000 0 0
Brig. John Shrimpton 500 0 0
1,500 0 0
clothings sent to the Forces in Spain 12,490 0 0
payments for the service of the Garrison at Gibraltar, viz. to Andrew Senhouse, commander of the Patuxon Merchant, victualler, for so much advanced by him in May 1705 for the use of the Garrison 340 11 0
John Christopher Reuse, secretary to Prince George of Hesse, to answer a bill of exchange drawn by said Prince 29 May 1705 on Ambassador Methuen for money taken up by the said Prince for the use of said Garrison during the siege: as by royal warrant of 7 Sept. 1707 112 10 0
Robert Spellman, for a like bill drawn from Gibraltar 25 May 1705 on said Methuen for money advanced by him [Spellman] for the workmen on the fortifications 75 0 0
William Russell, pay as Chaplain to said Garrison for 1704 Dec. 24 to 1706 December 23 243 6 8
771 7 8
Carried forward £194,493 14
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 194,493 14
payments out of the Deduction of 12d. per £,
Isaac Teale, Apothecary General for medicines for the Hospital in Catalonia 541 0 10
ditto for the Forces in Spain and for Gibraltar garrison 248 0 0
789 0 10
£195,282 15
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Payments for the Expedition under Richard, Earl of Rivers, to Spain.
General Officers.
Richard, Earl Rivers, General and Commander in chief, 25 March to 24 December 1706 3,060 10 0
Earl of Essex, Major General, 22 June to 24 December 1706 515 0 0
Charles Le Bass, agent to the Regiment of French Dragoons for a Major General 410 0 0
George Maccartny, as Brigadier General 412 0 0
George Carpenter as same 412 0 0
Josias de Vimare for 84 days as same 178 0 0
Col. Jacob Borr, as Quarter Master General 103 0 0
Major Kempenfelt as Adjutant General 103 0 0
Peter Hartop and Henry Hatley as Deputy Paymasters 56 18 6
John Wyndham as Deputy Judge Advocate and Peter Foubert succeeding him 103 0 0
John James Dabbadie, Secretary to the Commander in chief 103 10 0
Anthony de Laussac as Chaplain 69 0 0
Peter Malves, Physician to the Commander 103 10 0
Hugh Green, Surgeon to the Commander 103 10 0
Dr. Gardner, Chirurgeon General 147 0 0
Samuell Bush, Chirurgeon of the Hospital 61 0 0
William Bellers, ditto 30 10 0
John Squire, John Scott and John Cole, Chirurgeon's mates 91 10 0
James Coleman, Provost Marshal 175 2 0
Isaac Holder, waggonmaster 30 18 0
Edward Douglas, Commissary of the Stores 84 0 0
Vincent Chaban, Deputy Commissary of the Musters 92 0 0
total for General Officers 6,434 18 6
the Forces in the Expedition
her Majesty's Regiment of French Dragoons of which Francis La Fabrique is Lieut. Col. (Officers and 600 Dragoons) 1 June 1706 to 23 December 9,501 4 9
Count Nassau d'Auverquerque, Regiment of Foot (Officers and 600 men) 25 April to 24 August, 1706 3,944 3 2
Carried forward £6,434 18 6
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 6,434 18 6
Col. Frederick Sybourge's Regiment of Foot, same numbers, 25 April to 23 December 1706 7,255 17 0
Col. Paul Blossett's Regiment of Foot, same numbers, 25 April to 24 August 1706 and the Officers to 23 December 4,186 1 6
Lord Mark Kerr's Regiment of Foot, same numbers, 1 May to 24 August 1706 3,999 17 4
28,887 3 9
Levy money for raising several Regiments of Foot:
Lord Mark Kerr's 1,611 0 0
Count Nassau's 1,611 0 0
Col. Vimare for a Regiment late under the Earl of Lifford 720 0 0
Count Paulen's 720 0 0
Col. Montargie for a Regiment now under Col. Blossett 720 0 0
Col. Frederick Sybourg's 720 0 0
Col. John La Barthe Thomas's 720 0 0
6,822 0 0
Medicines (Earl Rivers) 100 0 0
Isaac Teale, apothecary (Forces) 427 10 0
ditto (Hospital) 205 5 0
732 15 0
Extraordinary payments detailed
standards, tents etc. 411 13 6
disbursements 516 3 0
douceurs 409 4 2
1,337 0 8
pays respited (detailed) 1,217 11 8
Bounty money (to the Chaplain) 50 0 0
Contingencies detailed 323 12 10¼
Transportation:
Charles Mason, Paymaster of the Transport service, for two months' freight of 5,999 tons of shipping to be employed in the present Expedition to Spain at 12s. per ton per month 7,188 0 0
ditto for beds, hammocks etc. 2,307 0 0
ditto for 7,500 quarters of corn at 1l. 1s. 3d. per quarter including sacks 7,968 15 0
ditto for half the freight of 1,500 tons of shipping at 4l. per ton 3,000 0 0
ditto for incidents 10 0 0
ditto towards the charge of transports for the war in Spain 3,526 5 0
24,000 0 0
Levy money for Col. Roger Townsend's Regiment 1,974 0 0
ditto for Lord Lovelace's Regiment 1,650 0 0
ditto for Col. Stanwix's, Lord Tunbridge's and Sir Roger Bradshaw's Regiments 4,950 0 0
8,574 0 0
Extraordinary charge of the war in Italy paid to Sir Theodore Janssen on bills detailed 50,000 0 0
auditor's fee 307 10 0
Carried forward £128,686 12
l. s. d.
Brought forward 128,686 12
loan to the Emperor for the service of the war in Italy as by the Queen's warrant of 25 February 1705–6; for 50,000 ducats payable at Venice to Prince Eugene at 57d. per ducat 47,500 0 0
payments to John Methuen on sundry bills of exchange amounting to 145,000 milreis and charged on Paul Methuen, son of John Methuen, in an account by him passed in the Exchequer, at 6s. per milrei and therein charged at 43,500l.: but the various rates at which the same were paid by this accomptant “are set forth in his account passed 21 July 1709” and amount to 43,556l. 5s. 0d. which is therefore herein allowed him 43,556 5 0
219,742 17
total of payments and allowances £996,704 6
and so Remains 137,654l. 7s. 63/3;d.
l. s. d.
[whereof] there is Depending moneys imprested in 1703
to Samuel Atkinson and Nicholas Roope for transport to Portugal as by royal warrant of 30 August 1703 6,000 0 0
ditto by ditto of 10 September 1703 6,000 0 0
ditto by ditto of 4 October 1703 10,444 7 6
£22,444 7 6
l. s. d.
moneys imprested in 1704
to same for transports for the Expedition to Portugal by royal warrant of 14 February 1704–5; 6,300 0 0
to same per Martin Tucker, Agent for Transports in Ireland, for provisions as by royal warrant of 14 February 1704–5; 1,000 0 0
John Nutin, Paymaster of Transports, for transport of 1,500 recruits from Ireland to Portugal, as by royal warrant of 17 June 1704 3,000 0 0
ditto by royal warrant of 5 July 1704 600 0 0
ditto by royal warrant of 21 July 1704 for transporting a battalion of Foot Guards to Portugal 3,089 8 2
ditto by royal warrant of 12 August 1704 3,600 0 0
Dr. Peter Amyot, Physician to the Hospital in Portugal, for cordials etc. for the sick 50 0 0
John Nutin, for transport as by like warrant of 22 December 1704 3,000 0 0
£20,639 8 2
John Nutin for transport of gunpowder 600 0 0
l. s. d.
moneys imprested in the first half year's account of 1705
ditto by royal warrant of 24 June 1705 3,770 0 0
ditto by royal warrant dated 9 September 1705 5,240 10 6
£9,010 10 6
l. s. d.
moneys imprested in the year ended 23 December 1706
Charles Medlicott, Commissary of Provisions in Portugal, by Earl of Galway's warrant 12 September 1706 31 10 0
Phillip Durell for 500 moyedas by like warrant of 7 February 1705–6; for extraordinaries of the ensuing campaign, making 2,400 milreis at 6s. each 720 0 0
John Whitton for special services by like warrant of same date 100 0 0
Robert Smith for expresses, secret service etc. by like warrant dated 20 January 1705–6; 235 9 6
ditto for same by like warrant dated 7 February 1705–6; 151 5 0
£1,238 4 6
l. s. d.
moneys imprested for the Expedition under Earl Rivers in 1706
Edward Douglas, Commissary of the Forces, set in super on him by royal warrant of 29 December 1706 25 0 0
John James Dabbadie, Secretary to Earl Rivers, for contingencies by said Earl's warrant of 19 August 1706 500 0 0
Charles Le Bass for special service, by royal warrant of 2 August 1706 45 0 0
Peter Capon, allowance as by royal warrant of 6 June 1706 41 4 0
Edward Castle for special service by royal warrant of 7 September 1706 30 5 0
Earl Rivers for contingencies by royal warrant of 24 December 1706 400 0 0
£1,041 9 0
l. s. d.
Earl of Peterborough on bills of exchange drawn by him on this accomptant for the service of the war in Catalonia and here charged on said Earl by the privy seal of 7 August, 9 Anne 16,877 14 10
Richard Langhorne for bills drawn by him on this accomptant from Genoa for several services relating to the Forces in Catalonia and hereby charged by the said privy seal 5,182 13 2
Henry Vincent, Deputy Paymaster to the Forces under the Earl of Peterborough, for so much received by him from Richard Hill by the hands of Col. Hans Hamilton on bills of exchange drawn by said Hill and paid by this accomptant for the service of the Earl of Peterborough's Expedition: with which the said Vincent hath charged himself on his account of the said Expedition 31,790 15 0
£53,851 3 0
total of supers as above 108,825l. 2s. 8d. and so this accomptant remains indebted 28,829l. 4s. 10¾d.
Declared 22 May 1713.
This account ends with the following Memoranda by auditor Edward Harley.
Memorandum: 764l. 14s.d. is to be charged as Col. Pearce's Dragoons as paid by this accomptant to Man and Manstock for clothing the Earl of Barrimore's Regiment formed into a Regiment of Dragoons under said Pearce, as by royal warrant of 16 July 1706.
Memorandum: the several Commissaries are accountable for the quantities of clothing respectively.
Memorandum: 12,490l. and 5,000l. paid to Harnage and Churchill for clothing and 1,425l. paid to Sir Henry Furnese for clothing and 24,571l. 19s. 6d. for clothing is herein allowed this accomptant, it appearing by an account delivered that he has deducted 71,143l. 16s.d. for clothing which exceeds the said sums by 27,656l. 17s.d.
Memorandum: 6,992l. 11s.d. mentioned at the foot of the preceding accompt as paid the Earl of Barrimore's Regiment for subsistence to 23 June, 1705, is not herein charged as no clearings have been issued to the said Regiment.
Memorandum: in this accomptant's account for 1710 he is to be charged with 984l. 3s.d. received of Charles Fox as by Fox's account for the half year ended 24 June 1705. (In the margin “charged in the Spanish account 1710.”)
Memorandum: the accomptant has made oath to the truth of the Regimental accounts as by the Mutiny Act, 1 Anne: for the sums detailed, amounting to 7,375l. 17s. 4d. disallowed to Regiments detailed, the accounts of which cannot yet be regimentally stated.
Memorandum: the 6,558l. deducted in the former account from Major Gen. Harvey's Regiment of Horse and Raby's Regiment of Dragoons for horses remains to be adjusted as in dispute, likewise the 129l. 17s. 8d. spent by Mr. Johnson and Mr. Lluellin for recruit horses from Ireland, it not appearing from what particular Regiments this last item is to be deducted. The 40l. deducted from Lord Donegal's Regiment for medicine is to be charged on this accomptant in his succeeding accompt, being charged on the pay of the Regiment from April 1708.
Memorandum: by the Ordnance accompt 31,285l. 0s. 8d. is chargeable to the Regiments for arms. This accomptant has hitherto charged himself only with 2,532l. 9s. 11d. thereof.
Declare Accounts: Johan Methuen.
Moneys for buying horses for remounting the Forces sent to Portugal [and Subsidy paid to the King of Portugal] and [moneys] for the use of the Garrision of Gibraltar in the years 1703, 1704, 1705 and 1706.
Paul Methuen, as executor of his father, John Methuen, ambassador extraordinary to the King of Portugal.
PIPE ACCOUNT: ROLL 52.
Declared 21 July 1709 by virtue of the privy seal of 21 May, 8 Anne.
Charge. l. s. d.
moneys received of Charles Fox, the Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, and depending upon this accomptant in the said Paymaster's account for the year 1703 18,503 11 0
ditto in bills of exchange drawn from Portugal for the use of the said King as by an account signed by the said John Methuen and by Thomas Morris, Deputy to the said Fox 136,486 18 7
money received by the hands of the said Morrice for the services of the garrison of Gibraltar 6,000 0 0
money received by James Bridges, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, on bills drawn by the said Methuen between 1 June 1705 and the day of said Methuen's decease in July 1706 43,500 0 0
total charge and receipt £204,490 9 7
Discharge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
money paid for 499 horses bought of the Portuguese and delivered by the King's order to Major General Harvy's Regiment of Horse and Lord Raby's Regiment of Dragoons 6,558 0 0
money paid to the King of Portugal according to Treaty: viz.
her Majesty's two thirds proportion of 500,000 Pieces of Eight for preparations 75,000 0 0
her Majesty's [like] proportion of the ordinary pay of 13,000 men from 1 Nov. 1703 to 1 June 1704 48,031 13
more to the said King for the extraordinary charges of the campaign for the month of May 1704 (when the same was to commence as agreed by the said John Methuen) and for two months more advance according to the Treaty 16,915 0 0
139,946 13 4
money disbursed and paid by thesaid Methuen for the preservation of the Garrison of Gibraltar between the middle of June 1704 and the 10th May following:
the Dutch Commissioners of Prizes for 30 mortars and 5,000 granadoes bought of them by the Earl of Galway's order 351 0 0
John Johnson, paid to a gunsmith, two carpenters and two masons and their wives at Lisbon 14 8 0
Thomas Lefevre, for shells, medicines and instruments sent to Gibraltar 307 4 0
Carried forward £672 12 0 £146,504 13 4
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 672 12 0 146,504 13 4
Lord Donegal, for medicines and drugs for the said Garrison 40 0 0
James Gamier, for freight of the Charles the Third to carry officers to Gibraltar and advice to the Prince of Hesse and Sir John Leake of the time the convoy with succours for Gibraltar would sail 250 0 0
John Johnson, for receiving and embarking the stores, tools, arms, shot, etc. received from the King of Portugal's officers and shipt for Gibraltar 234 0 0
the English Consul at Lagos for so much paid for the extraordinary two months' pay which the Allies were obliged to give to the Portuguese succours that were sent to Gibraltar 330 0 0
to the Prince of Hesse on several bills drawn by him from Gibraltar for the necessary defence thereof 3,031 17 6
this accomptant [John Methuen] for medicines, tools, bombs etc. sent to Gibraltar 366 12 0
ditto, by him paid to 30 Spanish soldiers and several soldiers and miquelets at Gibraltar which had been there two months without pay 225 0 0
ditto, expended at Lagos embarking and disembarking several Regiments etc. 208 16 0
expresses to Lagos and Faro and sending vessels into the Straits, Tangier and Gibraltar with packets and intelligence 596 14 0
several fine watches, brocade silks, fine cloth and tea for a present to the Emperor of Morocco; and to Jezreel Jones for carrying same 459 0 0
charges of French and Spanish prisoners sent to Lisbon on the taking of Gibraltar 63 0 0
three expresses sent to Cadiz and two received from thence to settle the exchange of prisoners 43 10 0
two expresses sent to the Viceroy of Galicia and two received from him for settling the discharge of our officers, soldiers and seamen, prisoners at Vigo 40 10 0
Ellis Terrell, Agent for Prizes at Lisbon, for charges of a French ship sent from Cadiz to exchange prisoners 80 2 0
6,641 13 6
paid by this accomptant for the preserving of the garrison of Gibraltar and for necessaries sent thither since 10 May 1705
James Gamier, for barley 34 9 0
John Sherman, for barley and candles 97 10 1
Messrs. Hovegest and Vanhoot, for flour 234 8 0
Antonio Hias, for ironwork 14 5 6
Mamvell Alves, for necessaries 137 4 0
Carried forward £517 16 7 £153,146 6 10
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 517 16 7 153,146 6 10
Messrs. Loot and Cremer, for 38 mortars and 3,000 granados 264 12 0
Joachim de Lange, for 3,000 deal boards 149 19 11¾
William Bostock, for shot 413 15
Searle Spranger, for medicines and attendance on sick and wounded Marines that come from Gibraltar 38 3 0
for stores received out of the King of Portugal's magazines 1,086 1 5
Mr. Maste and Mr. Johnson, for shipping stores to Gibraltar 63 11
James Garnier, for hire of his ship tending on the garrison of Gibraltar and making several voyages to Barbary to fetch provisions for it 180 0 2
Mr. Sairle, for shipping shot 10 10 0
John Webb, Lieut. in the Royal Regiment of Dragoons, for extraordinary service at Gibraltar 53 16 1
to a gunsmith and his workman 159 0 0
Mr. Tho. Martin, Paymaster to Charles III, for subsisting, clothing and arming of Spaniards 9,596 4 0
Capt. Bento Bello de Fonseca, so much he disbursed to Ahumady Cardenas, Colonel of a Regiment of Spaniards for their subsistence 1,082 8 1
13,605 18 3
money paid on other services and occasions; to John Johnson and Mr. Lluelling, for disembarking recruit horses from Ireland and for provender until delivered to the Regiments 129 17 8
Joseph Hardwick, for going to Carraise to enquire after the Fleet and his charge of embarking several things for Gibraltar 15 9 11
Father Alvaro Confuegos, the King of Spain's Plenipotentiary, to be paid to Capt. Birch Leenders for freight of the said King's coach and horses and 1,000 barrels of powder presented him by the King of Portugal 337 10 0
Capt. Barnardo Ferrars, for freight of 123 French and Spanish prisoners to Cadiz 110 14 0
593 11 7
total of payments and allowances £167,345 16 8
and so Remains 37,144l. 12s. 11d. of which:
accounted for in the Spanish account of James Bridges, Paymaster of the Forces anno 1706, for so much paid by Mr. Methuen for the maintenance of the King of Spain's Court which was afterwards repaid by the King of Portugal to Mr. Thomas Morrice, deputy to the said Mr. Bridges 18,000 0 0
Carried forward £18,000 0 0
l. s. d.
Brought forward 18,000 0 0
more on said Bridges being so much which Mr. John Mead received by the ship Panther by order of said John Methuen for the Earl of Peterborough, but his Lordship refusing it, it was by a second order of Mr. Methuen applied to the use of the said Mr. Bridges 4,693 1 0
John Johnson for so much received of this accomptant to provide all sorts of necessaries sent with the great convoy to Gibraltar in October 1704 219 0 0
more on him [Johnson] which he received of this accomptant and paid [to] a gunsmith, 2 carpenters and 2 masons sent to Gibraltar: to wit: to provide themselves tools etc., and not deducted out of their pay by said Johnson 27 0 0
ditto which he received for maintenance of the Moorish Ambassador and his retinue whilst at Lisbon and for making provision for their voyage to England 97 4 0
Major Albert Borgard for necessaries sent to Gibraltar by Lord Galway's order 677 2 0
Mr. Holden, the English Consul, for providing things sent to Gibraltar 102 0 0
John Sherman, by Lord Galway's order for providing soft bread for the Garrison of Gibraltar 2,700 0 0
Capt. Joseph Bennet, paid him by this accomptant upon his going to and returning from Gibraltar 510 0 0
ditto at his going to Gibraltar on account of fortifying the place for its defence during the siege and after the siege was raised 7,613 16 0
ditto for tools and other necessaries bought and carried by him to Gibraltar 86 2 0
£34,725 5 0
and so the said accomptant remains indebted 2,419l. 12s. 11d.
whereof allowed this accomptant for money paid by him to the two auditors of Imprests, 100l.
and then this accomptant will be indebted but 2,319l. 7s. 11d.
Declared 21 July 1709.
l. s. d.
Auditor Maynwaring's Memorandum.
There is allowed in this accompt several sums of money paid for horses bought and delivered to several Regiments and for charges of recruit horses sent from Ireland and for medicines, which money is to be charged to the accounts of the respective Regiments that received the same and to be deducted by the Paymaster General of the Army out of their pay viz. for 499 horses delivered to Harvey's Regiment of Horse and Raby's Regiment of Dragoons as by Mr. Medlicott's certificate appears 6,558 0 0
l. s. d.
Mr. Johnson's and Mr. Lluellin's charges on horses sent from Ireland but no certificate to which Regiments delivered 129 17 8
medicines for Lord Donegal's Regiment 40 0 0
There are likewise several sums allowed for provisions and ammunition for the Garrison of Gibraltar amounting to 2,422 5 3
which are to be accounted for by the several storekeepers that received them so that proper deductions can be made. But it does not appear who received the said stores.
There is likewise 3517. paid to the Dutch Commissioners for Prizes for mortars etc. but it does not appear to whom they were consigned.
There is likewise herein allowed to Mr. Methuen 3,000 milreis which he paid on the Prince of Hesse's bill of exchange for the honour of that Prince which [bill] the Dutch plenipotentiary refused and which ought to be repaid by the Dutch, amounting to 900l.; as likewise such part of the 466 milreis as shall appear was expended for embarking and disembarking a Dutch Regiment in March 1705.
Memorandum: The aforesaid balance of 2,319l. 7s. 11d. was paid into the Exchequer 31 March, 12 Anne, as by tally produced appears.
Declare Accounts: Marines.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 1826, ROLL 521.
Walter Whitfield, Paymaster of Marine Regiments, 25 December 1705 to 24 December 1707.
Charge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
arrears: in this accomptant's hands nil, he being in surplusage 12,700l. 0s.d.
depending upon Sir Thomas Littleton 4,284 9
money received from Sir Thomas Littleton, Treasurer of the Navy, for the service of the six Marine Regiments:
28 February 1705–6; 40,479 18 0
16 July 1706 3,334 1 4
5 September 1706 3,000 0 0
28 November 1706 10,710 17
30 December 1706 13,827 10 3
27 January 1706–7; 8,500 0 0
8 April 1707 49,688 18 0
12 May 1707 4,000 0 0
16 May 1707 26,500 0 0
1 July 1707 6,519 9 9
30 July 1707 4,741 3 0
12 November 1707 10,245 19 7
Carried forward £4,284 9
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 4,284 9
5 January 1707–8; 3,600 0 0
20 January, 1707–8; 6,000 0 0
18 February,1707–8; 22,979 19 3
13 March, 1707–8; 11,155 17 11
3 June 1708 5,000 0 0
11 June 1708 6,422 3 10½
21 June 1708 10,007 0
7 July 1708 3,700 0 0
251,413 14
money deducted from several Regiments for subsistence paid them by the Earl of Ranelagh 2,713 15 0
Deductions of poundage pursuant to Establishments and warrants
6d. per £ for the Paymaster 4,256 6 0
ditto for the Commissary 1,579 13 6
Deduction of 18d. a man per month from non-commissioned officers, and privates in sea and land pay for the chaplains and surgeons of ships 7,722 15
(total deductions 13.553l. 18s.d.)
total charge and receipt £271,970 12 11¼
Discharge. l. s. d.
Surplusage at the foot of the preceding accompt 12,700 0
pay and entertainment of Lieut. Gen. William Seymour's Regiment of Marines 38,865 13 2
Major Gen. Henry Holt's Regiment of Marines 38,516 1 4
Major Gen. Charles Wells's Regiment of Marines 39,355 14 0
Col. Joshuah Churchill's Regiment of Marines 38,472 16 0
Col. Jacob Borr's Regiment of Marines 38,974 3 6
Viscount Shannon's Regiment of Marines 39,254 10 2
Levy money allowed for recruits, being paid by the aforesaid six Colonels between 25 December 1703 and 24 October 1706 out of money arising by respits: as by warrant of Prince George, Lord High Admiral dated 27 June 1707 5,775 0 0
payments out of respits for levy money of a Detachment of 70 men put on board the Devonshire and lost in the blowing up of the said ship in an engagement: by like warrant 350 0 0
respits detailed taken off by the like warrants 105 19 8
this accomptant's office and clerks 4,256 6 0
salaries etc. of Edward Knatchbull, Muster master General 1,300 0 0
Jacob Meulk, Commissary of the Musters at Gibraltar 170 10 0
ditto for his losses in being taken into France on his return 50 0 0
Lieut. Joseph Mason of Col. Thomas Pownall's Regiment of Marines, for the loss of an arm at Gibraltar 85 3 4
auditor's fee 144 0 0
total payments and allowances £258,375 17 6
Remains 13,594l. 15s.d.
l. s. d.
against which
Depending in super upon Sir Thomas Littleton for so much paid him by this accomptant for deductions from the Marines in sea and land service, for chaplains and chirurgeons of ships in which the Marines served and for the Chest at Chatham and Greenwich Hospital between 12 May 1704 and 24 December 1705 4,284 9
to ditto for ditto between 25 December 1705 and 25 December 1707 5,800 19
Robert Walpoole Esq succeeding the said Littleton: for the like deductions within the same time 1,921 16 1
£12,007 4 3
and so this accomptant Remains indebted 1,587l. 11s.d.
Declared 21 June 1711.
Declare Accounts.
PIPE: ROLL 2980.
TRANSPORT ACCOUNT.
Charles Mason, Receiver and Paymaster of moneys for Transports (thereto appointed by royal warrant of date 18 January 1705–6;).
18 January 1705–6; to 12 January 1706–7;.
Charge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
arrears: nil, this being his first account
money received at the Exchequer 70,587 16 9
money imprested to him by the Paymaster General of the Forces
by a royal warrant of 1 March 1705–6; 20,473 15 0
by ditto of 6 November 1706 3,526 5 0
24,000 0 0
money received for transporting horses of several Officers of Foot 45 10 0
money received for freight of merchants' goods in transport ships (detailed) 2,232 14 1
money received of several commanders of ships which money had been furnished them by Mr. Stepney at Lisbon 246 15 0
£97,112 15 10
Discharge. l. s. d.
paid to masters of ships and vessels for transport
Jacob, John Smith, master, foundered at Newfoundland, August 1703 995 6 11
Ruth, Robert Hodgson, master 1,471 17 3
Charles, John Strood, mastsr, lost in the storm, November 1703 1,548 2 7
Asia, Habbakuk Miles, master, lost in the storm, November 1703 1,983 8 2
Freinds Goodwill, Tho. Cullum, master, taken by the French, October 1703 1,519 17 4
Albion frigate, James Hammell (April 1704) 2,764 14 4
Grey, William Read, master, December 1703 1,901 7 3
Three Pilgrims, Richard Newman, master, November 1703 1,854 5 3
Lambert, Nicholas Parker, master, May 1702 822 6 10
Blackstone, Thomas Robinson, master, December 1703 1,498 16 6
Dalmohoy, Benjamin Wonocott, master 1703–4; 1,081 1 2
Dorrill, James Tyler, master, 1702–3; 719 12 11
Edmund Dummer, Jamaica, packet boats for 111 soldiers thither 587 16 9
Merry, frigate, Anthony Merry, owner, 1703–4; 497 4 4
William and Thomas, William Brock, master, 1703 87 1 6
John and William, William Hepburne, 1703–4; 226 5 3
Merchants' Adventure, Peter Wallis, 1703 38 18 5
Smirna Merchant, Robert Thurkittle, 1703–4; 288 13 11
Hatley, frigate, Thomas Young, 1703–4; 211 18 3
Samuel, Aaron Beale, 1703–4; 118 16 8
John, Jonathan Fisher, 1703–4; 407 11 6
Owners' Goodwill, John Pitt, 1703–4; 143 16 7
William, Hugh Percy, 1703–4; 280 14 7
Concord, John Jones, 1703–4; 188 3 7
Panther, John Rogers, 1703–4; 441 5 9
Resolution, Mathew Selien, 1703–4; 246 9 3
George, John Simpson, 1703–4; 207 17 0
Susanna, same, 1703–4; 115 15 6
Sarah, Robert Allan, 1704 152 12 5
Mary & Anne. William Cleaves. 1704 123 16 8
William & Thomas, John Scott, 1704 106 10 10
Anthony, Daniell Perre, 1703–4; 97 18 0
Holden frigate, John Ayre, 1703–4; 96 6 5
William, William Phipard, 1704 91 3 5
Nicholas, Arthur Holdsworth, 1703–4; 133 4 5
Mary, Samuell Cook, 1703–4; 70 18 10
Mary, Thomas Thurkettle 149 19 11
Prince Eugene, Thomas Miller 98 17 10
William Elizabeth, William Phipard 118 1 5
Dolphin, William Phipard 177 11 5
St. John Baptist, James Clark, 1704 275 7 8
Merry frigate, Thomas Pooke, 1704 201 3 4
Charles & Elizabeth, William Pugsley, 1704 544 16 0
Smyrna Merchant, Robert Thurkettle, 1704 224 1 10
Hatley frigate, Thomas Young, 1704 122 18 6
John, Jonathan Fisher, 1704 194 11 0
Mary & Sarah, James Ellis, 1703 113 12 5
Concord, John Jones, 1704 95 9 6
Panther, John Rogers, 1704 276 15 6
Blackstone, Thomas Robinson. 1704 290 9 0
Dover Merchant, Richard Hubbard, 1703 131 10 1
Owners Goodwill, Arthur Shallett, 1704 492 6 7
St. John Baptist, James Clark, 1704 91 8 7
Nicholas, Arthur Holdsworth, 1704 1,028 7 10
Concord, John Jones, 1704 557 19 1
Hatty frigate, Thomas Young 635 14 8
John, Jonathan Fisher, 1701 1,271 19 8
Charles & Elizabeth, William Pugsley, 1704 228 12 0
Mead frigate, John Tanner, 1704 277 15 11
Willing Mind, John Wonacott, 1704 259 13 10
European, Peter Wall, 1704 480 12 9
Susanna, John Simpson, 1704 350 0 1
Mead frigate, John Tanner, 1705 328 5 0
Willing Mind, John Wonacott, 1704–5; 335 5 8
William, Hugh Piercy, 1704 126 14 7
Arms of Wezell, Peter Breugals, 1704 165 6 0
George, John Simpson, 1704 151 17 0
Owners Adventure, James Mitchell, 1704 246 1 2
European, Peter Male, 1704 117 8 11
Robert Rankin, 1704 135 12 6
George, John Brinscom, 1704 649 4 9
Smirna Merchant, Robert Thurkettle, 1704 1206 1 0
Blackstone, Thomas Robinson, 1704 106 5 9
Mary, Samuell Coote, 1704 427 12 1
Panther, John Rogers, 1704 1,306 7 8
Resolution, Mathew Gelien [Selien], 1704 490 8 11
Merry frigate, Thomas Pooke, 1704 1,037 13 1
Britannia, Joshua Thomas, 1704 752 8 10
Prince Eugene, Thomas Miller, 1704 220 1 6
Two Sheriffs, John Frost, 1705 437 14 2
Joseph & Thomas, Thomas Rogers, 1705 492 14 9
John Tanner, 1705 160 17 5
Willing Minde, John Wonacott, 1705 172 9 6
St. John Baptist, James Clark, 1704 764 2 9
Rebecca, Lewis Frost, 1704 924 14 2
John & Thomas, William Brock, 1704 381 13 0
Elizabeth, Alexander Taylor, 1704 113 9 8
Eagle, Josiah Clifton, 1705 94 17 8
William & Shepherd, Henry Hornigold, 1704 572 14 4
Merchant Adventure, Peter Wallis, 1704 392 8 9
Mary, Thomas Thurkettle, 1704 847 16 4
Eagle, Josiah Clifton, 1705 450 18 2
Two Sheriffs, John Frost, 1705 433 18 7
Joseph & Thomas, Thomas Rogers, 1705 483 19 5
Lucy, William Evans, 1705 301 14 8
Delight, Robert Spelman, 1705 346 19 9
Lambert, John Manowry, 1705 312 19 11
St. Peter, Robert Ranken, 1704 494 15 2
Mary Anne, Thomas Lenthorne, 1705 263 14 8
Joseph & Philip, Peter Dockin, 1705 307 9 6
Andrew, Thomas Hill, 1705 171 11 4
Anne & Rebecca, Ralph Constant, 1705 307 9 6
Victory, Samuell Bloss, 1705 418 12 11
Hastwells, Gabriell Stacey, 1705 279 4 0
Thomas & Henry, Nicholas Constant, 1705 307 9 6
Thomas Parsons, 1705 238 7 10
Joseph, James Clark, 1705 229 7 11
Dove, Christopher Redshaw, 1705 274 14 1
William, Hugh Piercy, 1705 277 15 9
Prince of Orange, Andrew Seile, 1703 2,093 18 8
William & Sheppard, William Nicholas and Henry Hornigold, 1704 280 14 10
Joseph, Christopher Marshall 370 0 0
Barcelona Merchant, William Tibington, 1705 310 0 8
Blackstone, Peregrine Browne, 1705 416 8 4
Stratford, George Clarke, 1705 412 2 10
Dolphin, Sir William Phipard, 1705 314 6 11
John & William, William Hepburne, 1703 1,105 8 3
Popley, John Pennington, 1705 351 14 8
Granada, Christopher Keble, 1705 288 9 7
Mary, Daniel Alford, 1705 235 16 1
Two Brothers, Hopefor Bendall, 1705 350 13 0
Mead frigate, John Tanner, 1705 1,816 14 6
Eagle, Josiah Clifton, 1705 1,281 19 1
Nicholas, Robert Newman, 1705 355 13 6
Martha, William Lorence, 1705 311 17 0
Anne & Elizabeth, William Pugsley, 1705 327 19 10
Phoenix, Peter Saunders, 1705 278 16 10
Dorothy, Peregrine Browne, 1705 314 13 6
White Swan, John Dove, 1705 621 6 8
Expedition, Charles Smithson, 1705 393 3 4
Sarah, James Brain, 1705 510 4 9
Richard & William, Sir Richard Levett, 1705 337 2 3
William & Elizabeth, Sir Richard Levett, 1705 345 15 4
Indian King, Edward Whitaker, 1705 703 19 1
Abraham frigate, Richard Love, 1705.. 387 19 11
Britannia, Peter Renew, 1705 531 17 8
Albion frigate, James Hammell, 1705 422 17 7
Mary, John Robinson, 1705 214 2 7
Hopewell, Michael Yoakely, 1705 363 9 1
New Hopewell, Nicholas Smith, 1705 431 14 6
Freinds Goodwill, Tho. Cullum, taken by the enemy 2,436 10 7
Willing Mind, John Wonacott, 1703–5; 1,896 6 0
Delight frigate. Robert Spelman, 1705 205 1 9
Macclesfield galley, John Yoakely, 1705 437 13 6
Anne frigate, William Besse, 1705 217 8 11
Owners Goodwill, Simon Canham, 1705 266 8 11
Prosperous, Henry Cole, 1705 297 19 5
Liddea, John Major, 1705 336 7 9
Two Sheriffs, John Frost, 1705 1,213 2 1
Mary, Samuell Coote, 1705 328 16 8
Hopefor and William, John Hotchson, 1705 369 3 2
Joshua, Samuel Richard, 1703 10 0 0
George, Peter Renew, 1705 442 18 3
St. George, George Purvis, 1705 557 5 2
George Dummer, owner of the pacquet boats, for carrying soldiers to Jamaica 407 14 1
John Graydon, Admiral of the Fleet, for so much paid to Francis Spry and John Williams, masters of two transports, in June and September 1703 60 0 0
Joseph & Thomas, Tho. Rogers, 1704–5; 1,147 10 8
John & Elizabeth, John Cobb, 1705 304 7 1
Freinds Goodwill, John Smith, 1705 159 19 1
Joseph & Phillipp, Peter Dockin, 1705 305 6 1
Andrew, Thomas Hill, 1705 170 7 1
Anne & Rebecca, Ralph Constant, 1705 305 6 1
Victory, Samuell Bloss, 1705 415 13 10
Carried forward £80,363 8 10
Brought forward 80,363 8 10
provisions for the use of the Forces in their transportation 1,691 6 6
necessaries and extraordinaries incident to the Transport service 822 18 1
salaries 2,128 6 5
interest upon bills of exchange not presently paid 905 18 0
Auditor's fee 100 0 0
Total payments and allowanoes £86,011 17 10
and so Remains 11,100l. 18s. 0d.
against which
Depending on persons detailed, Agents and Correspondents abroad, for moneys imprested to them by order of the Transports Commissioners: viz. Daniel Sadler, Agent in Holland; Thomas and George Tryer, Correspondents at Liverpool; John Addis, Correspondent at Plymouth; James and John Arnold, Correspondents at Portsmouth; Martin Tucker, Correspondent at Dublin.
total imprests 9,070l. 19s. 1d.
leaving this accomptant indebted 2,029l. 18s. 11d.
Declared 11 February 1711–1;2.
Auditor Arthur Maynwaring's
Memorandum: “the Commissioners for this service have not submitted to me any account of what stores and provisions they have delivered to the several masters of the ships and vessels employed in this service; in which it should appear how the same was disposed of and likewise the number of men and horses transported, the number of days provided for and what deductions to be made by the Paymasters of the Forces from the several Regiments for the same.
This memorandum is followed by a second unexplained entry dated 31 March 1715 of the Declaration of the account.
Declare Accounts.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 183, ROLL 555.
Sir Henry Furnese, account of his remittances by exchange for the service of the Forces in the Low Countries and Germany between 25 May 1705 and 11 August 1710, at which time he quitted the negotiating of the said remittances.
Charge. l. s. d.
money received by him of James Brydges, Paymaster General of the Forces, in exchange for bills drawn by this remitter on his correspondents in Amsterdam and Antwerp for 44,601,876 guilders, 16 stivers Holland money 4,230,925 5 8
money surcharged on this accomptant by the privy seal of 20 April, 3 Geo. I.
for profits of remittance by difference between his valuation of the bills and the current rates of exchange 4,040 5 4
super set on this remitter in the said Paymaster's account for the year 1712 871 17 1
total charge and receipts £4,235,837 8 1
Remittances made in the year 1705
paid to several merchants of London for bills bought of them for 3,737,249 guilders, 15 stivers, 8 pennings, payable in Amsterdam or Antwerp and remitted 361,218 17 10
for 185,514 guilders, 4 stivers, 8 pennings in his own bills 17,625 0 0
paid to several merchants and others for bills drawn on this remitter by his correspondents at Amsterdam and Antwerp for 864,678 guilders, 10 stivers, taken up by them there for making good this remitter's general bills on them 81,215 18 1
detained by this remitter for his allowance as by agreement with the Treasury 2,546 15 10
total for 1705 £465,606 11 9
l. s. d.
Remittances in the year 1706
money paid for the cost of 5,488,674 guilders, 11 stivers, 1 penning, Bank money of Holland, in bills of exchange bought of merchants and payable in Amsterdam or Antwerp and remitted thither towards satisfying the General Bills given in this year by the said Remitter to the Paymaster General of the Forces 530,434 15 10
detained by this Remitter for the value of 475,088 guilders, 15 stivers, 7 pennings, remitted to Amsterdam or Antwerp in his own bills 46,105 18 2
cost of bullion and foreign money remitted for the same use to Amsterdam and Antwerp and sold by the Remitter's correspondents there for 303,796 guilders, 1 stiver 29,215 2 7
paid by this Remitter on bills drawn on him by his correspondents in Amsterdam and Antwerp for 2,918,810 guilders, 6 stivers, 8 pennings, taken up by them there to pay off the said Remitter's General Bills upon them 285,790 11 2
Remitter's allowance by Treasury agreement 5,023 4 6
£896,569 12 3
l. s. d.
Remittances in the year 1707
money paid for the cost of 3,635,797 guilders, 21 stivers, Bank money of Holland in bills of exchange bought of sundry merchants of London and others payable in Amsterdam or Antwerp and remitted thither towards satisfying etc. as above 342,040 0 11
detained by the Remitter for the value of 608,487 guilders, 12 stivers, 8 pennings, in his own bills in Amsterdam or Antwerp 68,521 3 2
bullion and foreign money remitted, 119,670 guilders, 4 stivers 11,142 12 3
bills drawn on him from Amsterdam and Antwerp for 3,809,044 guilders, 14 stivers, by his Correspondents 373,567 5 0
Remitter's allowance 4,786 13 7
£800,057 14 11
l. s. d.
Remittances in the year 1708.
bills bought etc. as above 2,282,567 guilders, 13 stivers, 4 pennings, in Bank money of Holland 222,477 10 9
remitted in his own bills 2,117,752 guilders, 4 stivers, 8 pennings 208 829 7 2
bills drawn on him by his Correspondents from Amsterdam or Antwerp 4,514,786 guilders, 8 stivers, 14 pennings 445,777 11 10
Remitter's allowance 5,294 17 7
£882,379 7 4
Remittances in the year 1709
bills bought etc. 1,508,913 guilders, 16 stivers, 6 pennings, Bank money of Holland 148,821 5 8
his own bills on Amsterdam or Antwerp 164,266 guilders, 17 stivers, 8 pennings 16,509 3 5
bills drawn on him by his Correspondents in Amsterdam or Antwerp 2,612,506 guilders, 6 stivers, 6 pennings 261,877 14 3
Remitter's allowance 2,587 6 0
£429,795 9 4
l. s. d.
Remittances for the year 1710
bills bought etc. 1,748,176 guilders, 3 stivers, Bank money of Holland 174,305 11 11
his own bills as above 633,500 guilders 63,975 9 0
paid to the Bank of England in exchange for their bills for 2,940,000 guilders payable in Holland pursuant to Treasury order dated 12 December 1709 300,000 0 0
bills drawn on him by his Correspondents for 2,167,599 guilders, 1 stiver 218,391 14 9
Remitter's allowance 4,548 0 0
£761,220 15 8
Full total 4,235,629l. 11s. 3d.
and so this accomptant upon the determination of this accompt remains indebted 207l. 16s. 10d.
which sum was paid into the Exchequer 3 February, 4 Geo. I.
leaving this accomptant quit.
Declared 22 January 1717–8;.
Declared Accounts: Chelsea Hospital Account.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 1468, ROLL 13.
John How, Paymaster.
24 December 1705 to 24 December 1706.
Charge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Remains: in the hands of this accomptant at the end of his last accompt 5,400 18 5
money detained from the pay of the Guards and Garrisons for the Deduction of 12d. in the £, anno 1706 17,442 16 10½
ditto for the Deduction of one day's pay in the year, anno 1706 962 14 5
18,405 11
money received from James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, detained by him from the Forces Abroad for the one day's pay per annum 1,119 18
money received at the Exchequer by an imprest certificate 643 5 1
total charge and receipts £25,569 13 5
Discharge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
salaries of officers and servants, detailed, of the Hospital 2,615 9 0
payments by order of the Commissioners of the Hospital for provisions and necessaries 0,494 16
pensions for one year ended 24 February 1705–6; to the out-pensioners by royal warrant dated 5 December 1706 600 18 1
officers and soldiers disabled and qualified for the Hospital:
allowances for one year to 24 December 1706 as by certificate of the Deputy Commissary of the Musters 3,857 12 11
4,458 11 0
Exchequer fees on issues 2,056 13
this accomptant's allowance for salaries for himself and clerks etc., incidents and new year's gifts to officers of the Exchequer and to the auditors 4,131 1 8
6,216 18
money overcharged in the preceding accompt 23 0
total payments and allowances £22,808 15
and so this accomptant upon the determination of this accompt remains indebted 2,760l. 17s. 11¼d.
Declared 21 April 1708.