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'Declared Accounts: Excise', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 21: 1706-1707 (1952), pp. CCXCIV-CCCVI. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90429 Date accessed: 23 July 2014.


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Excise

Declare Accounts: Excise: General Account.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 1077, ROLL 718.
The Commissioners and Governors of the Excise.24 June 1705 (exclusive) to 24 June 1706 (inclusive).
Charge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Arrears: remaining in nett money to be further accompted for 113,922 1 4
remaining due from sundry brewers etc. in the several Country Collections 52,859 12
ditto ditto in London 45,583 5 4
98,442 17
remaining due from several Country Collectors 25,357 1 11¼
resting due from the Treasurer of the Navy for bills unpaid 372 19 7
ditto from the Victuallers of the Navy 321 11 3
694 10 10
resting due from several Collectors—
London port 384 12
London city 1,557 6 6
1,941 19
ditto from several present Country Collectors 3,706 8 9
ditto from sundry collectors of imported liquors in the Outports 1,287 12 10¼
ditto to be accompted for by Noblemen etc. for Deviated Money 18,702 12
money imprested into the hands of the Commissioners or their Cashier 500 0 0
(total arrears 264,555l. 5s.d).
Receipts: duty and produce of the revenues of Excise during the year:
Country Collections 719,254 7
London and Westminster 318,986 12 0
Outports (Excise of Imported Liquors) 18,090 4
the Queen's part of Fines in London 112 0 11
1,056,443 4
divided as follows: Hereditary and Temporary Excise, 521,021l 8s.d.; the 9d. for 99 years, 166,956l 11s. 1d.; the Lottery 9d., 178,023l 6s. 0d.; the Bank 9d., 166,956l 10s. 11½d.; the duty on Low Wines, 22,971l 6s.d.; the duty on Fines, 514l 2s. 0d.
Sundry additions made to this Accompt: in respect of an Exchequer lease, 15l; rent of the old office in Broad Street, 178l 0s. 6d.; money due from a Collector, 34l 7s. 0d.; other sums 15s. and 68l 5s.d.; the gross produce of the Duty on Sweets 35l 14s. 5d. 333 2
Overbalances paid by Collectors, named 702 14
total charge and receipts £1,322,033 5
Discharge.
Overbalances due from the preceding Accompt to several collectors and others 1,123 14 1
Salaries, Riding Charges and Incident Disbursements 80,954 15 4
Allowances for Exports etc. and to the fishermen of Great Yarmouth 1,178 16
Carried forward £83,257 6
Brought forward 83,257 6
Arrears of the Queen's Brewhouses in Dover and Milbrooke discharged by Treasury Warrant 21,602 2
Incident charges etc. in the Port of London 190 16 8
Allowances in the Outports for Poundage, etc. 2,043 8
Exports and Allowances in London for overcharges and overentries 905 3 11¾
(total allowances for Salaries, Incidents etc. 106,875l. 3s.d.)
Ready Money received and particularly accompted for 75,590 11
Total payments and allowances 1,083,589 9
and so remains 238,443l. 16s.d. whereof
the nett money remaining unaccompted for 112,400 14
remaining in arrear and unpaid by sundry Brewers etc., viz. Counties 30,974l. 10s. 11d. London 45,621l. 10s. 5d. 76,596 1 4
remaining in arrear and unpaid by sundry Collectors, detailed, for Balances and Bills of Exchange 25,591 12
ditto by several present Collectors for this year's Excise Duty 897 18 1
ditto from Edward Hyrne, late Collector of Imported Liquors in the Port of London and from John Frankes and John Courtney upon Bond for the Duty on Brandy imported there 271 11
ditto from several present collectors of the Outports on their Accompts of the Excise on Imported Liquors 1,529 9
ditto from the Accompt of Richard Butler, late Collector of Plymouth port for the duty on Brandy 37 13 4
ditto for balances from sundry Collectors and others in London: London distillery 545l. 3s. 9d.; London coffee 329l. 18s.d.; London cyder 178l. 3s.d.; London mead 447l. 8s.d.; London sweets 6l. 12s. 0d. 1,507 6 6
depending on several Bills of Exchange drawn upon the Treasurer and upon the Victuallers of the Navy, detailed 408 17 4
total remaining unpaid for Balances due from Collectors and others 30,244 8
depending on Noblemen and others 18,702 12
money imprested in the hands of the Commissioners or their Cashier 500 0 0
total supers to balance the Accompt £238,443 16
Declared 7 July 1709.
Declare Accounts: Excise: Case Account.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 909, ROLL 82.
The Commissioners and Governors of the Excise 25 June 1705 (4 Anne) to 24 June 1706 (5 Anne).
Charge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Arrears: remaining as at the end of the previous Cash Accompt 9,194 10
depending upon the late Sub-commissioners, Farmers and others, before 25 Dec. 1660 32,605 6
ditto upon the late Sub-commissioners for the years 1661 and 1662, from late Farmers for their rents at Michaelmas 1665, Midsummer 1668, Midsummer 1674, and upon some late Commissioners and the late Cashier for money paid without sufficient warrant 22,224 12 4
(total depending 54.829l. 18s.d.)
total arrears 64,024 8 11
Receipts: money received out of the Revenues of Excise within the time of this Accompt:
Hereditary and Temporary Excise
in the quarter ending 29 Sept. 1705 132,247 5
ditto 25 Dec. 1705 113,671 0
ditto 25 March 1706 114,470 4
ditto 24 June 1706 123,877 15
484,266 4 11
The Additional 9d. for 99 years from 25 Jan. 1702–3—
in the quarter ending 29 Sept. 1705 43,475 9
ditto 25 Dec. 1705 36,582 15 1
ditto 25 March 1706 36,758 19 4
ditto 24 June 1706 40,196 18 4
157,014 1 10½
The Additional or Lottery 9d. from 17 May 1697 for 21 years
in the quarter ending 29 Sept. 1705 46,262 1
ditto 25 Dec. 1705 38,195 7
ditto 25 March 1706 39,556 10 10¾
ditto 24 June 1706 43,407 10 11¾
167,421 10 6
The Additional or Bank 9d. from the same date
in the quarter ending 29 Sept. 1705 43,475 7
ditto 25 Dec. 1705 36,582 14
ditto 25 March 1706 36,758 18 6
ditto 24 June 1706 40,196 16 11¼
57,013 16 10
Low wines and sweets since 18 March 1701–2
in the quarter ending 29 Sept. 1705 4,071 2
ditto 25 Dec. 1705 3,212 6 9
ditto 25 March 1706 4,579 16
ditto 24 June 1706 4,487 0
16,350 6
Low wines since 24 March 1705–6
on the quarter ending 24 June 1706 189 1
part of London fines and penalties against brewers since 8 March 1701–2, in the quarter ending 25 Dec. 1705 112 0 11
(total Receipts 982,367l. 3s.d.)
Carried forward £ £1,046,391 12
Brought forward 1,046,391 12
Sums voluntarily charged:
money received on an Exchequer lease recovered by Extent on the Accompt of Thomas Clarke deceased late collector for Worcester and Hereford 15 0 0
rent of the old Excise Office in Broad Street for half a year to 24 June 1705 less deductions 85 10 6
ditto for half a year to 25 Dec. 1705 92 10 0
193 0 6
total charge and receipts £1,046,584 12 10½
Discharge
Salaries to the Commissioners of the Excise and other officers and clerks and rent of the Grand Office of Excise, viz.: 5,600l. for the seven commissioners (Foot Onslow, William Strong, George Townsend, Philip Ryley, Sir Marmaduke Wyvill, bt., Edward Noell and John Boys) 1,000l. for Sir William Honeywood, bt., Richard Beke, Edmund Chaloner, Joseph Addison, four Commissioners of Appeals, George Dodington, a late Commissioner for Appeals and Thomas Goodman his successor, 180l. for the Officers attending the Commissioners for Appeals, 700l. for Sir Basil Dixwell, bt., auditor of the Excise and his clerks, 1,320l. for Lord Visct. Howe, Comptroller of the Excise and his clerks, 80l. for a clerk in the Comptroller's Office, 350l. for Thomas Yarburgh, “Register” to the Commissioners of Excise, 350l. for Whitlock Bulstrode, solicitor for the Revenues of Excise, 450l. for John Brougham, secretary to the Commissioners of Excise, 1,550l. for Thomas Hall, Receiver General and Cashier and his clerks to 11 May 1705 and to Henry Meriton his successor, 200l. to the Housekeeper, 50l. to her Deputy, 10,141l. 11s. 4¾. to under-officers, 350l. to William Harvey for rent of the former office in Broad St. and 264l. to Thomas Frederick for rent of the present office in St. Olave, Old Jewry, London. 22,585 11
disbursements to sundry tradesmen, artificers and others for work done and goods delivered and for incident charges 4,405 8 11¼
paid to Charles Fox, Treasurer and Receiver General of H.M. Katherine, Queen Dowager, for her yearly allowance 7,004 17 7
ditto to Edward Nicholas for the Prince of Denmark 25,000 0 0
ditto to Richard Miller for his Grace George, duke of Northumberland, for his yearly pension 3,000 0 0
payments for beer and cyder exported and for overcharges 84 0
payments by special Warrants from the lord high Treasurer2,071 17 2
Total salaries, etc. 64,151 15
Carried forward £ £64,151 15
Brought forward 64,151 15
money paid into the Exchequer, detailed by dates:
out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 435,428 13
out of the Additional or Fund 9d. for 99 years 149,849 8 9
out of the Additional or Lottery 9d. 160,191 9 11
out of the Additional or Bank 9d. 149,849 4 1
out of the duty on Low Wines etc. since 21 March 1700–1 15,870 0
out of the duty on Low Wines etc. from 24 March 1705–6 137 19 3
out of part of the fines and penalties, etc. 112 0 11
total paid into the Exchequer 911,438 16 0
total payments and allowances £975,590 11
and so remains 70,994l. 1s.d.
whereof depending on sundry late sub-commissioners of Excise, Farmers and other persons as in previous Accompts 54,829 18
and depending on these Accomptants:
for the money of a talley of Edward, Lord Russell (No. 18) 197 1 0
for the money imprested to the Cashier for incident charges 500 0 0
for the salary of Richard Eborall, decd., one of the Accomptants, for which no receipt is produced 20 0 0
for the money arising out of
the Hereditary and Temporary Excise (to 8 March 1701–2 177l. 3s. 10½d., since 8 March 1701–2 7,637l. 18s. 10¾d.) 7,815 2
the Additional 9d. for 99 years 2,481 5 6
the Lottery 9d. 2,481 5
the Bank 9d. 2,481 5 3
the duty on Low Wines (to 24 March 1705–6 136l. 19s. 2d., since 24 March 1705–6 51l. 2s.d.) 188 1
other duties, specified 0 0 11
15,447 1
(total depending on the Accomptants 16.164l. 2s.d.)
70,994 1
Declared 24 July 1707
Declare Accounts: Excise: Malt Duty: General Account.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 1077, ROLL 719/1.
The Commissioners and Governors of Excise. From 24 June 1705 to 24 Jane 1706.
Charge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Arrears: none, this being the first Accompt under the Act 3 Anne.
Receipts: gross produce in Country Inland
Collections:
malt at 6d. a bushel 595,040 2 11¾
cyder at 4s. a hogshead 10,012 1
compounders 3,786 7 6
her Majesty's part of fines 524 3
interest on bills of exchange 9 16
surcharges from Examiner's office, London 74 7
ditto from Collector's ledgers 3 4
profits by returns of money 12 3
609,462 5 10
gross produce in London and the Outports:
mumm imported in the Outports at 10s. a barrel 76 1 6
cyder ditto at 4s. a hogshead 12 6
mumm imported in London at 10s. a barrel 590 13
cyder imported in London at 4s. a hogshead 8 10 0
717 14
gross produce in London:
malt at 6d. a bushel 650 13
cyder at 4s. a hogshead 1,049 14 10
English mumm at 10s. a barrel 31 12 6
1,732 0
(total, being the whole produce of the duty, 611,912l. 0s. 9d.)
overbalances paid by Collectors, named, for which they are to have credit in the next accompt 325 2
Voluntary charge being money received for postage of vouchers and from Samuel Yeomans late Officer of Grantham who burned his books 14 3
total charge and receipts 612,251 6
Discharge.
Salaries of Collectors, Riding Charges, etc. 34,689 7 10¾
inferior officers' taxes, etc. 2,376 9
overcharges, malt destroyed by fire or unfit for use, malt and cyder exported, malt perished and cyder lost 19,987 0
57,052 18
ready money received and accompted for 341,708 15
total payments and allowances 398,761 13
and so remains 213,489l. 13s.
whereof remaining in arrear and unpaid by sundry malsters in the country 40,236 8 5
ditto ditto in London 464 8 10½
remaining due from sundry country collectors 1,180 7 10¾
41,881 5
arrears not accounted for in Wales East collection 11 19 11
money resting to be accompted for in the hands of the Cashier 14,626 18
money ditto for cash received after midsummer 1706 from Collectors in the Outports (78l. 3s. 11¾d.) and Collectors for Imported Liquors in London port, (177l. 4s.d.) 255 8
ditto ditto from Collectors in the Country 156,714 0 12¾
171,608 7
213,449 13 0
Declared 12 February 1708.
Declare Accounts: Excise: Arreas of the Malt Duty.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 1077, ROLL 719/2.
The Commissioners and Governors of Excise. 24 June 1705 to 24 June 1706
Charge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Arrears: remaining in arrear and unpaid on the determination of the last Accompt by sundry Maltsters and others in the country 48,243 14
ditto by sundry Maltsters etc. in London 642 11
remaining due from sundry country collectors 1,510 4 10½
50,396 10
cash in the hands of the Cashier of Excise 18,333 0 10½
cash received after Midsummer 1705 on the Accompts of several Collectors in the Out-ports 55 6
ditto on the Collectors Accompts for imported liquors 20 12 6
ditto on the Collectors Accompts in the country 185,747 4
204,156 4 4
total arrears 254,552 14
Receipts: money received on sundry accompts between 24 June 1705 and 24 June 1706, detailed 79 19 7
over-balances paid into the office of Excise, London, by Collectors detailed, for which credit is to be given in the next Accompt 504 4
balance to a collector passed in the Cash Accompt 74 0 0
total charge and receipts 255,210 18 10¾
Discharge.
Over-balances due to collectors upon the preceding Accompt 842 4 1
Inferior officers taxes, incident charges, returns of money overcharged, malt destroyed by fire and unfit for use and malt exported:
taxes and incidents 68 14
malt overcharged, destroyed etc. 326 4 11¾
malt exported 7,844 11 9
8,239 11
sums received in part of the arrears for which a separate Accompt has been rendered, as by the Cash Accompt 243,113 7
£252,195 3
and so remains 3.015l. 15s.d. whereof
remaining due from maltsters etc. in the country 1,299 8
ditto from country collectors 495 11
money received by sundry officers in the country and not accompted for by them, detailed 37 17 3
cash in the hands of the cashier of Excise 245 14
resting to be accompted for by the Commissioners for cash received from several country collectors after Midsummer 1706 937 3 11½
£3,015 15
Declared 12 Feb. 1708–9.
Declared Accounts: Excise: Malt Duty: Cash Account.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 909, ROLL 83.
The Commissioners and Governors of Excise. From 24 June 1705 (inclusive) to 24 June 1706 (exclusive).
Charge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the hands of the Commissioners out of:
the duty on Malt commencing 24 June 1708 None (first accompt)
ditto ending 23 June 1705 18,333 0 10½
ditto ending 23 June 1704 1 0 8
ditto ending 23 June 1703 500 0
ditto ending 20 July 1699 0 0 4
the duty on Leather ending 20 April 1700 0 0
total arrears 18,834 2
Receipts:
moneys received out of the duties on Malt, Mumm, Cyder and Perry and arrears on leather:
the Malt Duty Act commencing 24 June 1705 356,335 13
ditto ending 23 June 1705 225,026 1
ditto ending 23 June 1704 919 3
ditto ending 23 June 1703 243 4
the Sweets Act ending 24 March 1705–6 541 8 1
the Malt Duty Act ending 20 July 1699 48 2
the Leather Duty Act ending 20 April 1700 31 6
total receipts 583,144 19
total charge and receipts £601,979 1
Discharge.
Salaries of the officers and clerks (Sir Basil Dixwell, bt., auditor; Viscount How, comptroller; Alexander Forbes, chief accomptant; etc.) 1,112 3 2
payments to tradesmen, etc. 2,130 10
payments by Special Warrant from the lord Treasurer 266 6 10
payments for malt exported, overcharged and destroyed by fire 813 8
payments into the Exchequer out of
the Malt Duty Act commencing 24 June 1705 339,479 4 10
ditto ending 23 June 1705 241,188 1
ditto ending 23 June 1704 883 9 10
ditto ending 27 June 1703 631 14
the Sweets Act ending 24 March 1705–6 519 7 4
the Malt Duty Act ending 20 July 1699 14 18 10½
the Leather Duty Act 31 6 7
582,748 3 10½
total payments and allowances £587,070 12 8
and so remains 14,908l. 9s.d. whereof depending upon the said Commissioners
out of the Malt Duly Act commencing 24 June 1705 14,626 18
ending 23 June 1705 245 14
ending 23 June 1704 29 11 10¾
ending 23 June 1703 1 1 11
out of the Duty on Sweets 5 1 11
out of the old Duty on Malt and Leather (3½d. andd.) 0 0
14,908 9
Declared 24 July, 1707.
On the back of the eighth membrane of this Audit Office Roll will be found an Abstract of Receipts and Payments arranged according to the several duties. This gives a little more information than the above: a slight discrepancy in the discharge is due to the inclusion among “payments to tradesmen” of an item of 4l. 1s. 2d. for incident charges, here classed in the 813l. 8s.d. for “malt exported, etc.”
Declare Accounts: Salt Duty: General Account.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 2090, ROLL 111.
John Danvebs, Thomas Aram, Ashburnham Toll, John Wenyeve and Humphrey Griffith, Chief Commissioners for the Salt Duties.
26 March 1705 to 25 March 1706
Charge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Arrears remaining in the hands of sundry persons at the determination of the last Accompt:
sundry collectors for money since paid 18,073 13 10¼
ditto for money still in their hands 47,045 19 3
sundry proprietors of rock salt for money due from them 17,290 3 0
82,409 16
Receipts:
money due and payable for the several duties as certified by John Tooker, Deputy Comptroller:
for the duties on Home-made Salt.
Bideford, co. Devon (Edmund Aram) 2,766 15 7
Bishops Lydeard, co. Somerset (Clement Warren and Thomas Driver succeeding him) 343 5 5
Bristol (Christopher Cole) 3,436 6 8
“Carleon,” co. Monmouth (John Ravens-croft) 1,362 17 1
Chepstow, ditto (Thomas Driver and George Richmond succeeding him) 92 18 9
Chesterfield, co. Derby (John Fletcher) 47 13 4
Cockerham, co. Lancaster (Arthur Boulcot and Joseph Slater succeeding him) 1,096 8
Droitwich, co. Worcester (John Kent) 48,998 2 6
Flimby, co. Cumberland (Thomas Stephenson) 1,360 14 7
Flint, co. Flint (Richard Bell) 4,764 18 9
“Grain Isle,” co. Kent (Edward Slade) 1,271 13 9
“Lemington,” co. Hants. (Francis Sedgwick) 20,365 15 0
Middlewich, co. Chester (John Troughton) 23,911 7 11
“Namptwich,” ditto (Jonathan Brown) 16,913 2 6
Northwich, ditto (John Carvile) 90,779 2 11
Carried forward £217,511 2 10¼ £82,409 16
Brought forward 217,511 2 10¼ 82,409 16
Pensford, co. Somerset (Richard Tooth and Morris Price succeeding him) 563 6 3
Plymouth, co. Devon (Arthur Keay) 520 0 0
“Portissick,” co. Cornwall (Thomas Cornelius and John Teage succeeding him) 1,336 3 9
Portsea, co. Hants. (Robert Elliot) 6,547 0 0
“North Sheales,” co. Northumberland (John Wheelwright) 35,261 10 0
“South Sheals,” bpc. Durham (John Bell) 71,383 6 8
“Sherburne,” co. Dorset (Harthory Brudenell) 1,416 19 9
Shirleywich, co. Stafford (Edward Burrish) 6,517 12 1
Shoreham, co. Sussex (Francis More) 1 19 2
Sodbury, co. Gloucester (Edward Hemming) 296 15
Topsham, co. Durham (William Yalden) 2,136 5 10
Yarmouth (Michael Pulteney) 7,504 5 10
for the duties on foreign salt.
Berwick port (Lionel Norman) 13 6 8
“Bydiford” port (John Bolitho) 2,699 6 8
Cardigan port (John Wolley) 78 13 4
Dartmouth port (Thomas Jenkinson) 3,362 12
Dover port (Robert Breton) 3,126 10 0
Exeter port (Charles Orchard) 346 0 0
Fowey port (Charles Jones) 1,806 0 0
St. Ives port (Richard Upton) 887 6 8
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 0 6 8
Liverpool port (Jonathan Dix) 4 16 8
London port (John Strong) 7,900 16 8
Looe port (John Dyer) 1,752 0 0
Lyme Regis (Peter Southwick) 88 6 8
Milford port (Walter Midleton) 122 3 4
Penryn port (Ambrose Thompson) 445 13 4
Penzance port (John Williams) 1,171 13 4
Plymouth port (William Pearson) 4,677 0 0
Poole port (Ambrose Stephenson) 978 0 0
Rochester port (John Pope) 1,591 13 4
Portsmouth (John Weaver, Richard Spearing succeeding him and Samuel Bincks succeeding Spearing) 396 13 4
Sandwich (William Farnolls) 329 6 8
Scarborough (John More) 0 9 2
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 512 0 0
383,287 2 2
money payable for fines and forfeitures, detailed by collectors and places as above 3240
money gained by interest on bills of exchange and by return of monies 659
total receipts, 383,676l. 12s.d. overpayments by collectors, detailed 21618
total charge £466,3037
Discharge
money charged and accompted for in the Cash Accompt 213,425 5
money overpaid on the preceding accompt and defaulted by collectors detailed 23468
repayments and allowances:
discompt for prompt payment allowed to makers of rocksalt, etc. 12,246 15
Carried forward £12,246 15 £213,659 11 11¾
Brought forward 12,246 15 213,659 11 11¾
upon debentures for salt and for fish exported 110,581 7
allowed for salt lost at sea 1,811 4 7
allowed for salt overentered 247 5
allowed for rock salt refined 41,942 5
166,828 18 7
salaries and poundage:
salaries of collectors of the duties on English salt, detailed 8,801 2 9
poundage on foreign salt 642 17
officers' taxes 887 6
incident charges on English salt 1,502 8
ditto on foreign salt 829 15 10¼
praemiums for returns of money 614 13 10¾
13,278 4 11½
total payments and allowances £393,766 15
and so remains 72.536l. 11s. 9d. against which depending:
on sundry makers and proprietors of salt detailed at length 26,179 8
on several late and present collectors, detailed 24,894 14
and upon these Accomptants 21,462 8
£72,536 11 9
and so these Accomptants are even and Quit. Declared 21 June 1711.
Declared Accounts: Salt Duty: Cash Account.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 2069, ROLL 12.
JOHN DANVERS, THOMAS ARAM, ASHBURNHAM TOLL, JOHN WENYEVE and HUMPHREY GRIFFITH, Commissioners and Governors of the Salt Duty.
25 March 1705 to 25 March 1706.
Charge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Arrears: remaining upon the end of the last Accompt 549 11
Receipts:
money received of the several Collectors of the Salt Duties within the time of this Accompt.
for the old duty commencing 25 March 1694
Arnside, co. Lancaster (fn. 1) (Ralph Leicester) 24 0 0
Bideford, co. Devon (Edmund Aram) 3 17
“Bishops Lidiard,” co. Somerset (Clement Warren) 0 3 4
Chepstow, co. Monmouth (Thomas Driver) 0 4 6
Cockerham, Lancaster (Anthony Boulcott) 162 9
Droitwich, co. Worcester (John Kent) 13,404 2
Flimby, co. Cumberland (Thomas Stephenson) 258 0
Flint, co. Flint (Richard Bell) 6 11
Isle of Grain, co. Kent (Edward Slade) 121 4
Carried forward £13,980 13 2 £549 11
Brought forward 13,980 13 2 549 11
“Lemington” (=Lymington—Francis Sedgwick), co. Southampton 5,214 13
London (Richard Scott, Receiver of Fines and Forfeitures) 14 13 10½
Middlewich, co. Chester (John Troughton) 2,617 10 3
“Namptwich,” ditto (Jonathan Brown) 4,116 8
North Shields, co. Northumberland (Michael Taylor) 0 5
ditto (John Wheelwright 7,470 6
Northwich, co. Chester (John Carvile) 9,161 19
Portsea, co. Southampton (John Goodwin) 7 6 5
ditto (Robert Elliot) 1,695 4 10
“Sherbourn,” co. Dorset (Harthorey Brudenell)41 1
Shirleywich, co. Stafford (Edward Burrish) 1,780 8 10
Shoreham, co. Sussex (Stephen Coven) 7 11
South Shields, bpc. of Durham (John Bell) 14,112 16
Topsham, co. Devon (William Yalden) 229 2
Yarmouth, co. Norfolk (Michael Pulteney) 380 19
Aldborough port, co. Suffolk (Oliver Newby) 1 11
Barnstaple port, co. Devon (Thomas Clinton) 0 9
Berwick-upon-Tweed port (Lionel Norman) 4 9
Bideford port, co. Devon (John Bolitho) 61 13 11¼
Dartmouth port, ditto (Thomas Jenkinson) 668 2 21
Dover port, co. Kent (Robert Beeton) 331 19
Exeter port, co. Devon (Charles Orchard) 30 0 0
Falmouth port, co. Cornwall (George Spry) 9 6
ditto (Rawleigh Radford) 0 18 0
Fowey port ditto (Charles Jones) 374 11 10
Lancaster port, co. Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 0 1
Liverpool port, ditto (Jonathan Dix) 3 1
London port (John Strong) 564 10
Looe port, co. Cornwall (John Dyer) 301 0
Milford and Tenby ports, co. Pembroke (Walter Middleton) 60 0 0
Padstow port, co. Cornwall (John Bligh) 80 8 0
Penryn port ditto (Ambrose Thompson) 76 2 0
Penzance port, ditto (John Williams) 60 0 0
Plymouth port, co. Devon (William Peirson) 531 15
Poole port, co. Dorset (George Savile) 24 0 0
Portsmouth, co. Hants. (John Weaver) 2 11
St. Ives, co. Cornwall (Richard Upton) 96 6
Weymouth, co. Dorset (Thomas Bower) 30 0 0
64,074 0
out of the additional duty ending 25 Dec. 1699 North Shields (John Wheelwright) 10 9 3
Shoreham (Stephen Coven) 4 9
14 18
out of the East India Fund commencing 25 Dec. 1699.
Arnside (Ralph Leicester) 56 0 0
Bideford (Edmund Aram) 9 0
Bishops Lydeard (Clement Warren) 0 7 9
Chepstow (Thomas Driver) 0 10 6
Cockerham (Anthony Boulcott) 379 2 104
Droitwich (John Kent) 31,276 5 11
Flimby (Thomas Stephenson) 602 0 0
Flint (Richard Bell) 15 6
Carried forward £32,338 13 10½ £64,638 10 3
Brought forward 32,338 13 10½ 64,638 10 3
Isle of Grain (Edward Slade) 282 16 11
“Lemington” (Lymington—Francis Sedgwick) 12,167 11
London (Richard Scott, Receiver of Fines and Seizures) 34 5
Middlewich (John Troughton) 6,177 10
Namptwich (Jonathan Brown) 9,604 19
Northshields (Michael Taylor) 0 12 11½
ditto (John Wheelwright) 17,420 5
Northwich (John Carvile) 21,377 17 10¾
Portsea (John Goodwin) 17 1 8
ditto (Robert Elliot) 3,955 11 3
Sherborne (Harthory Brudenell) 95 17 7
Shirleywich (Edward Burrish) 4,154 7 5
Shoreham (Stephen Coven) 2 2 0
South Shields (John Bell) 32,929 18
Topsham (William Yalden) 534 12
Yarmouth, co. Norfolk (Michael Pulteney) 888 19
Aldborough (Oliver New by) 3 13
Barnstaple (Thomas Clinton) 1 2
Berwick-upon-Tweed (Lyonel Norman) 10 7 10¾
Bideford (John Bolitho) 143 19
Dartmouth (Thomas Jenkinson) 1,325 11
Dover (Robert Breton) 774 12
Exeter (Charles Orchard) 70 0 0
Falmouth (George Spry) 21 14
ditto. (Rawleigh Radford) 2 2 0
Fowey (Charles Jones) 874 0 11
Lancaster (Joseph Bentley) 0 2
Liverpool (Jonathan Dix) 7 3
London (John Strong) 1,317 3 10½
Looe (John Dyer) 702 7
Milford and Tenby (Walter Middleton) 140 0 0
Padstow (John Bligh) 187 12 0
Penryn (Ambrose Thompson) 177 11 4
Penzance (John Williams) 140 0 0
Plymouth (William Peirson) 1,240 15 3
Poole (George Savile) 56 0 0
Portsmouth (John Weavor) 6 0
St. Ives (Richard Upton) 224 15
Weymouth (Thomas Bower) 70 0 0
149,480 0
total receipts, 213,568l 19s. 1d
total charge and receipts 214,118 10
Discharge.
Salaries, etc. (five Commissioners at 500l. each, Comptroller, Cashier, Secretary, etc.) 4,541 4 1
necessary and incident charges 3,803 14 7
repaid upon debentures for fish and salt exported 32,281 5
money paid into the Exchequer (by dates) 40,626 4
out of the old duty 51,815 16 4
out of the additional duty 15 4
out of the East India Fund 120,688 0
172,519 1 2
auditor's fee (to Edward Harley) 280 0 0
Total payments and allowances 213,425 5
and so the Accomptants are indebted 693 6
Declared 30 Sept. 1710.

Footnotes

1 recte Westmorland.