Declared Accounts
First Fruits and Tenths

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'Declared Accounts: First Fruits and Tenths', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 21: 1706-1707 (1952), pp. CCCXXI-CCCXXII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90437 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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First Fruits and Tenths

Declared Accounts: First Fruits and Tenths.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 1227, ROLL 184.
John Fenn, Remembrancer of First Fruits and William Glanville, Receiver of the same.
1 January 1705–6 to 31 December 1706.
Charge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Arrears: depending on several persons shown on the foot of the last Accompt 55,214 19 4
Receipts:
issues of First Fruits of divers Archbishoprics, Bishoprics, Deaneries, Rectories, Vicarages etc. (by months) 4,209 5
total charge £59,424 4
Discharge.
Surplus as on the foot of the last Accompt to John Fenn, Remembrancer 0 4 10¼
to William Glanville, Receiver 25 2
25 7 6
money paid by the Receiver to the Remembrancer to be paid by him to Sir Edward Ward, kt., Chief Baron of the Exchequer for the examination of this Accompt.. 10 0 0
ditto to the said Remembrancer for the costs of the chiief Baron, two Auditors, and clerks for the examination of obligations etc. touching the said Accompt 10 0 0
Money paid to the two Auditors of First Fruits 13 6 8
money paid to the Remembrancer for his duties 40 0 0
money paid to the Receiver for his fee and clerk-hire 120 0 0
money paid by the Receiver to John Baber, Comptroller, for his fee 150 0 0
total ordinary payments.. 343 6 8
money paid at the Receipt of the Exchequer, by dates 5,250 4 9
total allowances and payments £5,618 18 11
and so remains 53,805 5
whereof depending:
on divers incumbents etc. for arrears for three years prior to 31 Dec. 1660 320 4 7
ditto for arrears for 25 years to 31 Dec. 1685 3,606 15 8
ditto for arrears charged in this Accompt and pending on the foot of the last Accompt, viz.:
for the year ending 31 Dec. 1686 20 10 3
ditto 1687 605 17
ditto 1688 4 9 9
ditto 1689 2 1 0
ditto 1690 39 12 10½
ditto 1691 2,699 5 10
ditto 1692 21 2
ditto 1693 8 10
ditto 1694 3 1 0
ditto 1695 433 3 10
ditto 1677 614 13
ditto 1678 23 8
ditto 1700 171 14
Carried forward £4,647 10 10¼ £3,927 0 3
Brought forward 4,647 10 10¼ 3,927 0 3
for the year ending 31st Dec. 1701 9 6 0
ditto 1703 20 14 0
ditto 1704 147 10 11¼
ditto 1705 2,260 15 6
ditto 1706 2,453 15
9,539 12 10¾ (fn. 1)
on Laurence Steele, deceased, late Receiver of First Fruits 9,424 7 1
on John Pretyman, kt. and bt., late ditto 19,864 9 9
on William Pretyman, deceased, late Remembrancer of First Fruits 10,549 0 35/8
on Robert Squibb, deceased, late Receiver of First Fruits 447 10
on Charles Porter, deceased, late ditto 52 16 77/8
total supers as above 53,804 17
and depending on William Glanville this Receiver 17 11¼
and on John Fenne nil because he has a surplusage of 9s. 11¾d.
total depending £53,805 15 8 (fn. 2)
Declared 19 Nov. 1707.
Declared Accounts: Treasury Solicitor.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 2317, ROLL 32.
William Borrett Solicitor to the Treasury.
16 October 1705 to 15 October 1706.
Charge.
Arrears: none, he being in surplusage
Receipts:
money received from the Exchequer by virtue of several dormant patents:
Michaelmas term 4 and 5 Anne 750 0 0
Easter term 5 Anne 900 0 0
total charge and receipts.. £1,650 0 0
Discharge.
surplusage at the foot of the last Accompt 409 3 3
sums paid to the Attorney General and others for fees of prosecutions for libel and other offences etc. including that of Capt. Rigby for high treason, detailed 983 7 7
sundry incidents etc. 567 1 3
total discharge £1,059 12 1
and so this Accomptant is in surplusage.. 309 12 1
Declared 6 March 1706–7.

Footnotes

1 There is an error of 1d. here.
2 i.e., 53,806l. 6s.d. remaining as above plus the surplusage of 9s. 11¾d.