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East India Companies, the two, committee of, thank the Lord Treasurer for his advice, 5

committees of, Lord Treasurer to speak to about their union, 503.

differences between occasioned by their separate sending abroad for bullion, 5.

Gentlemen of, 3, 53.

memorial of, 3.

East India Company:

allowance to, for paying Customs at once without regard to their charter allowance, 38–9.

bonds for their ships, 350, 444, 499.

committees of, 52.

Court of, 34.

Directors of, 24, 34.

Fund, payments into out of Salt and Stamp duties, 452.

General Society, appropriation for (as by the Acts 9 Wm. III, c. 25 and 9 Wm. III, c. 44), 56.

deficiencies of, and application of revenue to, 79, 105, 134, 150, 174, 199, 238, 275, 310, 348, 398, 424, 447, 470, 498, 522.

share in the Two Millions subscriptions, issues for, 455.

members of, attending the Treasury, 35.

money imprested for, by the Board of Ordnance, 192.

saltpetre, debt for, 34.

share in the funds as by the Acts 9 Wm. III, c. 25 for Stamp Duties and 9 Wm. III, c. 44 for the Two Millions, 455, 457.

ships of, 34, 35;

dispute with the Customs Commissioners concerning, 300.

The New Company.

appropriation for (as by the Acts 9 Wm. III, o. 25 and 9 Wm. III, c. 44), 56.

buying up and exporting silver, 44–5.

committee of, 44, 46.

consent to the dividend of 70 per cent., 44.

difference with the Old Company concerning the drawing out of 70 per cent., 44.

deficiencies of, and applications of revenue to, 79, 105, 134, 150, 174, 199, 238, 275, 310, 348, 398, 424, 447, 470, 498, 522.

entitled to 5 per cent. for bringing goods to England, 49.

form of bond of, for bringing home ladings without breaking bulk, 46–7, 48, 48–50.

Gentlemen of, 53.

Lord Treasurer's advice to, 44–5, 46, 49.

Managers for, 48.

must be indemnified against the debts of the Old Company, 44.

paper of debts and credits in India, 53.

petition concerning discounts allowed to, 453.

to give licences to trade to their officers and seamen, 49.

unwilling to meddle with the Old Company's debts in India, 53.

The Old Company:

buying up and exporting silver, 44–5.

committee of, 44, 46.

entitled to 5 per cent, for bringing goods to England, 49.

form of bond of, for bringing home ladings without breaking bulk, 46–7, 48, 48–50.

Gentlemen of, 53.

glad to unite provided the 70 per cent, be divided, 44.

Lord Treasurer's advice to, 44–5, 46, 49.

Managers for, 48.

paper of debts and credits in India, 53.

ships of, expense of demurrage for ladings, 45.

want of stock in the Indies, 45.

will give security to the New Company to indemnify them against any debts etc., 44.

United East india Company (Managers of the United Trade to the East indies):

bonds of, 368.

Court of Managers, 499;

licences to carry bullion granted by, 499.

Directors of, 341.

petitions of, 85, 474.

saltpetre, debt for, 341, 359–60, 381.

ship employed by, 85.

East India Fund, in the Exchequer, surplus applied to loans on the 6th 4s. Aid, 67

East India Goods, duties on, Act for (6 Anne, c. 37), 35, 48, 49.

East India Trade, ships for, 85.

Eight, pieces of. See Coins.

Elephants' teeth, imported 122–3, 156.

Ell, The, standard measure, 265, 266.

Embroiderer, 308.

Engines, for the Mint in Scotland, 263.

Ensigns Armorial. See Heralds—coats.

Equivalent, The. See Union with Scotland—Equivalent.

Exchange, Bills of, 1, 3, 5, 9, 10, 14, 15–6, 18, 19, 20, 21, 25, 26, 34, 35, 36, 41, 43, 47, 50, 51, 54, 55, 59, 65, 69, 75, 76, 82, 84, 85, 88, 99, 103, 106, 121, 126, 131, 132, 141, 143, 144, 155, 177, 186, 187, 212, 233, 235, 250, 269, 294, 296, 297, 310, 311, 324, 342, 378, 425, 427, 441, 484, 523, 525, 528, 529.

equivalence of crowns, etc. See Coins.

Irish, 171, 360.

losses by, on money for the Forces Abroad, 76, 77.

on money sent from Antigua, extravagant rate of, 132.

rates of, in Jamaica, hardships from the, 88.

See also Army—Agio.

EXCHEQUER BILLS, accounts and cancellation of, fees for, 73.

Act (8–9 Wm. III, c. 6), authorising 1,500,0001. for, 278.

Act (8–9 Wm. III, c. 24), authorizing 1,200,0001. for, 278.

Act (6 Anne, c. 21), authorizing 1,500,0001. for, 27–8, 39, 224, 246, 250, 269, 280, 283, 291, 293, 310, 317, 323, 325, 335, 336, 344. 356, 378, 379, 456, 510.

circulated by the Bank, 344, 356, 456.

circulation of, contracts for subscriptions to at 5 per cent. and 3 per cent., 177.

counterfoils, numeration of, 21.

deficiencies of, and application of revenue to, 79, 105, 134, 150, I74, 199, 238, 275, 310, 348, 398, 424, 447, 470, 498, 522.

embezzlement of, 84.

in Scotland, public notice concerning, 42, 410.

issued at the Exchequer receipt, schedules of, 356.

issues made in the form of, 30, 34, 35.

issues of, to be recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the Pells, 291–2.

issues out of, 27–8, 32, 33, 38, 246, 269, 280, 283, 293, 305, 310, 311, 317, 323, 325, 335, 336, 378, 379, 510;

directions to the Auditor of the Receipt concerning, 246.

issuing of, payment to Exchequer Officers in respect of, 169.

new seal for, 23.

numbers of each value issued, numeration of, 21.

Old, The, subscription 100,000l. for circulating, 30.

plates for, engravers of (J. Ayres, —. Sturt), 21, 344.

rules, orders and instructions for the more regular and safe making and issuing of, 224.

sent to Scotland as part payment of the Equivalent, 332.

to be accepted and exchanged by revenue officers, 332.

to be delivered to the Tellers of the Receipt, 224.

to be exchanged by the cashier of the Commissioners of the Equivalent, 36.

Trustees for Circulating (Sir J. Bateman, H. Farmer, J. Heathcote), 177, 278, 305.

fourteenth contract between the Lord Treasurer and, 278.

housekeeper to (W. Parrot), salary of, 305.

incidents account, 280, 305. issues to, 305.

officers of (S. Edwards, L. Herne), salaries of, 305.

payment by, to the Auditor of the Receipt, 305.

salaries of, 305.

to insert an advertisement in the Gazette, 30.

woman for cleaning rooms of, salary of, 305.

used in the payment of the Equivalent to Scotland, 41–2.

values of, 21.

EXCHEQUER COURT, 89, 530.

auditors of Imprests. See Imprests.

Barons of, 48, 368;

allowances for double taxes made by, 489;

constitution of the Exchequer Court in Scotland, 31–2, 208–9, 284;

determining a dispute with the East India Company, 35, 46–7, 48–50, 300.

clerk in (C. Eyre), chosen as Solicitor to the Customs, Scotland, 258–9.

deputy chamberlains of (H. Ballow, J. Smith), Customs fees, 74, 508;

joining tallies, 60, 64, 276, 309, 468.

Foreign Apposer in (C. Whitaker), quarterly payment to, 60, 67, 377, 418.

Foreign Estreats, Clerk of (J. Cook), fees and allowances, 165, 186, 372, 506.

leases, 112, 138, 155, 225, 359, 469, 486.

Lord Chief Baron of, 11, 20, 29, 48, 49, 127, 208;

fee on the Treasurer of the Chamber's account, 133;

to meet the noblemen of Scotland about the constitution of the Exchequer there, 31–2, 284;

trial before, in the matter of a prize ship, 346.

Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer, office of, first secondary in (J. Taylor), fees, 62, 373.

second secondary in (C. Battely), fees, 62, 93, 373;

transcribing originals, 373–4, 399.

officers of, necessaries for, 129, 206, 400, 518.

offices, repair of, estimate for, 352.

persons prosecuted in for transporting wool, 512.

Pipe, Clerk of (Viscount Cheyne, Sir J. Cook), 118, 138, 214, 223, 277, 295, 312, 344, 373, 419;

allowance to, for drawing and charging Recusants' convictions etc., 60, 324;

Customs fees, 74, 508;

fee of, 60, 324.

Comptroller of (J. Pottenger), Customs fees, 74, 508;

salary, 166, 507.

Great Roll of, 344, 373, 399, 515.

leases, 223, 277, 312.

Office of, secondaries in (J. Cranmer, C. Milbourne), Customs fees, 74, 508;

salaries, 168;

sworn clerks in, Customs fees, 74, 508.

rolls, 214.

Pleas, Clerk of (T. Marriott), fees, 62, 190, 374;

office of, clerks in, fees, 190.

proceeding in, bonds concerning a, 13.

Queen's Remembrancer (H. Ayloffe), 109, 112, 114, 127, 129, 159, 160, 168, 173, 176, 180, 182, 187, 191, 192, 198, 200, 207, 211, 219¸243, 249, 298, 325, 327, 339, 347, 359, 369, 371, 382, 396, 414, 426, 458, 486, 491, 511, 514, 516

books for the Customs, 315.

certificate of allowances for double taxes, 489.

deputy to (R. Barker, H. Stephens), 129, 198, 249, 300, 341, 514.

salary, 64, 166, 377, 421,508.

Seal of, 112, 214, 295, 312, 359, 419, 469.

Tally Court, 266;

officers and clerks of, issue to, 293;

payment to for tallies levied and stricken, 60, 468.

Usher of (Sir M. Heneage), necessaries to officers, 400, 518;

payment and diet for, 129, 206, 518.

verdict, concerning Prizage wines, 69.

writ of delivery, for goods seized by the Customs, 362, 370.

-, Scotland. See Index of Persons and Places—Scotland.

EXCHEQUER RECEIPT

arrears in, issues out of, 495.

arrears of rent of Hackney Coaches to be paid into, 186.

Auditor of (Lord Halifax), 12, 35, 56, 79, 87, 103, 135, 137, 196, 206, 209, 210, 214, 218, 219, 224, 232, 236, 245, 298, 300, 316, 339, 400, 452, 456, 457, 475, 490, 508, 527.

allowances and fees to, for the business of annuities, 90, 162;

for extraordinary services, 140, 527;

in lieu of fees on imprests, 157.

appointment of, letters patent for, 400.

certificate by, of the application of a surplus of Excise duties, 299.

clerks to, allowances to, 157.

directions made by, concerning the issue of Exchequer Bills, 291–2.

directions to, concerning issues out of Exchequer Bills, 246.

Office of, 190;

register of public loans kept in 140;

register of public loans kept in, payments for keeping, 56, 218, 340, 455, 528.

payment to, 305.

quarterly payments on annuities by, 345.

report by, on weights and measures, 265.

rules, etc., to, concerning making and issuing Exchequer Bills, 224.

carriage of money from, charges for, 77, 178.

Chancellor of (H. Boyle), allowance in lieu of fees and perquisites, 65, 340, 454;

allowance made by sheriffs to, 446;

attending the Treasury, 1–51 passim ;

at Windsor Castle, 531;

patents of, to be renewed 51;

quarterly allowance to, 140, 227, 528.

clerks and ministers of, allowances for attendance in vacation, 210.

Customs money carried into, 207.

deputy chamberlains of (P. Le Neve, J, Lowe), 39, 209, 266;

allowance to for attendance in vacation, 210;

allowance to for ordering and sorting records, 172, 349;

delivering out money, pay for, 227;

locking up the treasure, 56, 227;

proposal of, concerning weights and measures for Scotland, 265–6.

doorkeeper. see Exchequer Receipt—Usher.

Exchequer Bills issued at, schedules of, 356, 456.

fees, 293;

on issues, 65, 77, 86, 151, 178, 193, 211, 229, 243, 250, 251, 274. 334, 424, 425, 512, 518;

on passing accounts, 163, 402, 513–4;

on receipts, 77.

fire in, 47.

funds in, annis 1703–7, issues out of, 5, 11, 14, 27, 75, 93, 111, 118, 470, 490, 509;

loans on, issues out of, 16.

liberates, issue for, 103.

loans in, issues out of, 9, 47, 91, 115, 120, 127, 172, 173, 174.

officers, 1, 11;

directed to attend to take in loans and make issues, 236;

directed to take in contributions for the sale of annuities, 219;

fees of, 402;

issue to in respect of Tonnage duties, 169;

memorials of in connexion with work on annuities, 47, 90;

necessaries for, 169, 172, 355;

to attend on a holiday, 135, 137.

offices, new, erected, issue for, 103.

payment of annuities in, examiners for, fees, 128.

payments into, 3, 7, 10, 53, 64, 164, 200, 203, 243, 249, 425, 510.511.

Pells, Clerk of (H. Pelham), 160, 291.

attending in vacation time, allowance for, 176.

attending the Lord Treasurer, allowance for, 176.

business of annuities, allowance for, 90.

clerk to (J. Corbet), allowance to for attending in vacation time, 210.

clerks to, allowance to in lieu of fees on imprests, 157

Customs fees, allowance for, 176.

directions to, concerning issue of Exchequer Bills, 291–2.

fees on imprests, allowance for, 157.

locking up the treasure, allowance for, 176.

Office of, 291;

fees at the, 207;

first clerk in (W. Hutchinson), 160.

New Pells, issue to Exchequer Officers in respect of, 169.

porter at the gate (J. Broadhurst), payments to, 56, 140, 228, 340, 454, 528.

prize money in, 177.

proceeds from the sale of a prize ship to be remitted into, 242.

quit rent moneys in, issues out of, 103.

receipts from the Salt duty kept in bank in, 224.

revenue in, distribution and application of to Deficient Funds, 104.

rooms to be built at for business relating to annuities, 75.

Tellers (P. Bertie, T. Coke, G. Palmes, J. Vernon), 39, 118, 127.

additional allowances for the business of annuities, 90, 162.

chief clerk to (R. Presgrave), 84.

Exchequer Bills to be delivered to, 224.

fees paid to, 158.

necessaries for, 169.

Offices, books kept in, for payment of annuities, 1;

cash in, transferred to a new Teller, 129;

fees at the, 207;

first clerk in (S. Edwards), 160.

ordered to take in moneys of the Salt and Stamp duties, 452.

rooms for, to be made secure, 2.

to furnish gold for the Equivalent, 41, 411.

to pay Bankers' annuities to new annuitants, 127, 232.

to innovate lost annuity orders, 107, 196, 339, 508–9.

to take in contributions for the purchase of annuities, 217.

to take in loans on Malt anno 1708 not exceeding 650,000l., 523.

treasure in, allowance for locking up, 56, 176, 227, 454.

Usher of (S. Edwin), 169, 355;

allowance to for attendance in vacation, 210;

house of, trial of the Pyx at, 343.

weights and measures, standards of kept in, 209, 245, 265.

wine measure standard, to be made and kept in, 245.

EXCISE

Accomptant (T. Sadler), proposed as Comptroller in Scotland, 261.

Accomptant General, salary of 260;

clerks to, salaries of 260.

amount of per an. at the time of the Treaty of Union, 301.

annuity on, 246.

Appeals in Excise, Commissioners for (J. Addison, J. Ashburne, R. Beake, E. Challoner, T. Goodman, Sir W. Honywood), new commission, Great Seal for, 512;

Register to (G. Tilson), 261.

Auditor and Comptroller of, 159;

deputy auditor (G. Brewer), 96;

[Auditor] for Scotland (G. Tilson), appointment of, 261, 262, 298.

brewers' forfeitures, issue out of, 513.

brewing and distilling houses in London, account of, 402.

Cashier of (H. Meriton), payment to, 243.

collectors of, loss on returning Excise money, 156;

ordered to Scotland, 273;

petition for places in Scotland, 262;

money taken up from for the Forces, repayment of, 59, 69;

salaries, 260;

surety bond, 399;

to exchange Exchequer Bills, 36.

Commissioners of, England, 27, 28, 36, 43, 47, 76, 96, 137, 156, 159, 164, 168, 196, 209, 231, 243, 254, 271, 273, 277, 296, 332, 396, 399, 402, 442, 454, 472, 503, 513, 515, 520, 523, 526, 530.

bill of disbursements in passing the Commission in North Britain, 467.

doorkeeper to (N. Wood), 159.

memorials of, 159, 267.

reports by, 27, 86, 243, 326;

concerning the manageinent of the Excise in Scotland, 260–2.

to consider drawing a bill for an Act in the matter of revenues consequent upon the Union, 442.

to consult of proper methods for collecting duties after the Union, 244.

to pay the charges of passing the Commission for Scotland etc., 262.

to prepare a draft Commission for the Excise in Scotland, 27.

to prepare a draft of a bill for the improvement of the management of the Excise [in Scotland], 492–4.

-, North Britain or. Scotland (Sir W. Douglas, W. Douglas, J. Montgomery, D. Ross, A. Wedderburn, J. Whetham), 262, 267, 311, 403, 442, 445, 453, 454, 460, 462, 464, 467, 493, 494.

commission for, draft of, read and agreed, 29;

great seal for, 261;

new commission, 282, 402;

present commission, fees and charges for passing, 316–7.

management of the revenues under, state of, 351, 367–8.

memorial of, concerning measures, 472, 477–8, 493.

proposed, 260.

salaries of, 261, 282.

to collect duties according to the standard ale quart, 477.

Comptroller of, England, deputy to (S. Story), 262;

Office of, clerks in (J. Bettely, J. Brewer, J. Parsons), 261–2, 523. See also Excise—Auditor.

Comptroller of, Scotland or North Britain (J. Parsons, T. Sadler), appointment of, 262, 298;

petition of for salary for two clerks, 467;

proposed, 261, 261–2;

salary of, 261, 262, 298.

Correspondent. See Excise—Secretary.

country officers, to be sent to Scotland, 260.

Duties:

composition for, method of, 260.

exemption from by owners of the sugar manufactories at Glasgow, papers concerning, 462–4.

explanatory statement concerning, 214–8.

for lands in Ferintosh, papers concerning, 460–2,

funds from, surpluses, directions as to the payment of, 214.

management of, in Scotland, from the 1st May 1707, 27.

methods of collection, in Scotland, considered by the Lords of Scotland, 261.

moneys paid into the Exchequer, carriage and porterage of, 164.

Parliamentary grants of, 215–8.

surplus from, application of, 299.

Additional Excise on beer, ale, etc. (as by 1 Wm. and Mary, c. 24), appropriation of the residue of, 215–6.

Additional Excise on beer, ale, etc. (as by 2 Wm. and Mary, Sess. 2, c. 10), 216.

Additional Excise or Complements of Excise on beer, ale, etc. (as by 3 Wm. and Mary, c. 1), 216;

21d. per barrel granted by, issues out of, 512.

Additional Excise or Additional Ninepence upon beer etc., granted for 99 years (as by 4 Wm. and Mary, c. 3 reinforced by 5–6 Wm. and Mary, c. 5), 217, 218, 494;

surplus of, 215, 345.

Double Ninepence on beer etc. (as by 2 Wm. and Mary, Sess. 2, c. 10), 216, 216–7, 512;

One Third of, issue out of, 512;

Two Thirds of, issue out of, 512.

Doubling Act, Doubling Excise, or Double Excise on beer etc. (as by 2 Wm. and Mary, Sess. 2, c. 3), 216.

Five Sevenths. See Excise, duties—on Tonnage.

Four shillings and Ninepence duty (being the combined duties of Hereditary Excise 1s. 3d., Temporary Excise 1s. 3d., 99 years 9d. (as by 4 Wm. and Mary, c. 3), Lottery 9d. (as by 5 Wm. and Mary, c. 7), and Bank 9d. (as by 5 Wm. and Mary, c. 20), 494.

Hereditary and Temporary, 87, 214, 215, 494.

Million Adventure, on salt, beer, etc. (as by 5–6 Wm. and Mary, c. 7) [5 Wm. and Mary, c. 7], 217, 218, 494.

One Third Double Ninepence. See Excise, duties—Double.

Temporary. See Excise duties—Hereditary.

Three Thousand seven hundred per week out of (as by 12–13 Wm. III, c. 12, appropriation for public uses), annuities on, 169, 307;

loans on, payment out of to Deficient Funds, 274–5.

Twenty One pence per barrel. See Excise, duties—Additional.

Two Sevenths. See Excise, duties—on Tonnage.

Two Shilling duty (as by 6 Anne, c. 11, Article 7), 494.

Two Thirds Double 9d. See Excise, duties—Double.

on ale, exemption from, 460–4.

on aqua vitae, 460, 461, 462.

on beer, allowances for, 137, 515.

on beer and ale, in Scotland, to be collected according to the standard ale quart, 477.

on brandies, double duty demanded, 231.

on malt, mum, cider and perry. accounts, payment for passing, 96.

arrears of, issues out of, 80, 212.

continuation of, Act for, (6 Anne, c. 5), 135, 220, 479, 523.

frauds on, 196.

issues out of, 22, 490.

loans on, 4, 5, 69, 90, 523;

interest of 5 per cent. on, 69;

issues out of, 16, 17, 19, 21, 24, 32, 33, 34, 47, 50, 52, 68, 69, 154, 155, 163, 167, 172, 173, 174, 220, 266, 275, 286, 288, 296, 297, 322–3, 465, 479, 509, 528;

Register of, 21;

warrants for taking in, 135, 523.

money, paid into the Exchequer, fees, carriage and porterage of, 164.

Office, incidents bills, 113, 190, 315, 425, 495;

salary bill, 220.

orders of loan on, interest on, 206.

Register, anno 1707, unsatisfied loans on, 523.

surplus, anno 1702, issue out of, 289;

anno 1705, issues out of, 296, 297.

tallies and orders on, 36, 53, 89, 99, 107, 187, 364;

funds raised on, 286;

loans on, 483;

to be applied to this year's subsidy, 4.

unsatisfied directions on, to be paid out of contributions on Annuities, 218.

on salt. See Salt.

on tonnage of ships, etc. (as by 5–6 Wm. and Mary, c. 20) 217, 494;

five sevenths of the appropriation for the Bank under, surplus of, application of, 299;

two sevenths of an appropriation under, overplus of, application of, 214.

on vinegar, 494.

first riding collector (W. Broothby), ordered to Scotland, 273.

gaugers, salary of, 260;

to be sent to Scotland, 260.

general surveyor of the London brewery (D. Ross), petition of, 262.

general surveyor of the London distilleries (G. Carr), ordered to Scotland, 273.

general surveyor of the London distillery (J. Newman), payment to, 454.

Hereditary. See Excise duties.

laws, books of, to be sent to Scotland, 260;

persons conversant with to be added to the Exchequer in Scotland, 29.

money, kept in an innkeeper's house, theft of, 513;

paid into the Exchequer, 243;

remitted from Scotland by bill, 494.

Office, 402, 445, 454;

in an innkeeper's house, 513;

incidents bills, 113, 190, 315, 425, 495;

salary bills, 57. 144, 220, 335, 454.

officers, country, to be sent to Scotland, 260;

in Ireland, salaries of, lower than in England, 260;

in North Britain, allowance of subsistence to, 311;

ordered to Scotland, 273;

reward to, for improving the revenue, 435;

sent to Scotland, pay for, 262;

taxes on salaries, payment of, 267;

to accept and exchange Exchequer Bills, 332;

to be appointed for the management of the Excise in Scotland, 209.

organization of, in Scotland, from and after the Union, series of papers etc. relative to, 254, 260–2.

revenues, Scotland, Exchequer Court for. 208–9.

riding collectors, ordered to Scotland, 273.

second riding collectors, ordered to Scotland, 273.

Secretary, Solicitor, Clerk of the Securities and Correspondent to the Commissioners in Scotland (R. Dowdeswell), 261, 262, 315.

Securities, Clerk of. See Excise—Secretary.

Solicitor, Scotland. See Excise—Secretary;

assistant to (G. Dalrymple), 43, 403, 453.

supervisors, ordered to Scotland, 273;

salary of, 260;

to be sent to Scotland, 260.

surveyor of the London brewery, to be sent to Scotland, 260.

third riding collector, ordered to Scotland, 273.

Two Sevenths. See Excise, duties—on Tonnage.

-, Ireland. See Index of Persons and Places, Ireland—Customs and Excise.

Expedition, to England, of William III, 384, 388, 389, 392, 394.