Revenue Account
General Abstract, 1707

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General Abstract, 1707

General Abstract: Revenue 1707.
A General Abstract of the accompts of the publique Revenues, Taxes and Moneys Borrowed: from Michaelmas 1706 to Michaelmas 1707.
£ s. d.
Remains in Cash at Michaelmas 1706.
Customs ended at Xmas 1699 471 6 10
Customs Continued to 1 August 1706 11,190 13
Customs Continued from 1 August 1706 5,605 6
Additional Tonnage, part of the Queen's Civil List 7,636 12
Arrears of the Duties on Coffee, &c, for the Transport Debt 1 1 8
Duties on Low Wines, &c. Continued to 1706 6,039 15
Continued Impositions on Wines, Vinegar and Tobacco, &c, to the 1st August 1706 28,914 18
ditto: from 1st August 1706 3,860 8 3
the 25 percent. on French goods 25 0
Additional Impositions to 1st August 1706 3,638 4 8
ditto from 1st August 1706 1,177 19 10
arrears of the Duties on Coals, Culme, &c. anno 1698 319 14 1
Duties on Coals, Culme and Cynders anno 1703 2,198 6 10
the One Third Additional Tonnage and Poundage 2,612 12 0
the Two Thirds ditto 4,598 7 11½
Low Wines from 1706: with the Additional Duties on Coffee,&c 1,201 4 6
Arrears of the Duties on Leather 69 9 10½
Duties on Whale Fins from 10 July 1706 1,082 13 11¼
Hereditary and Temporary Excise for the Queen's Civil List 5,371 18 7
the 3,700l. per week Excise 75,878 1
arrears of the Double 9 d. Excise ended 17 May, 1697 13 5
9d. Excise for the Lottery Tickets 75,500 5
Hereditary 9d. for the Bank of England and for Annuities 26,396 9 3
9d. Excise for 99 years 63,120 16 10¾
arrears of the Malt Duty for Lottery Tickets 9,149 4
Duties on Sweets: for ditto 3,940 17 6
Duties on Malt, Mum, &c, pro anno 1702 820 3
ditto pro anno 1703 1,718 17 6
ditto pro anno 1704 1,906 7
ditto pro anno 1705 28,169 1 10¼
ditto pro anno 1706 246 18
12d. per bushel on Salt; together with the Duties on Whale Fins to the 1st August 1706 20,475 19 6
28d. per bushel on Salt: together with the Additional Stamp Duties, for the East India Company 12,075 14 8
Continued Stamp Duties to 1 August 1706 452 2 1
Stamp Duties from 1 August 1706 2,295 5 5
Letter [or Post Office] money for the Queen's Civil List 374 3 1
Tenths of the Clergy 02,032 4 11
Seizures [of uncustomed and prohibited goods] 101 9
brewers' forfeitures 395 4 5
sale of tin 808 19
rents of the Savoy Hospital 1,244 9 1
Fines and Forfeitures 25 0 0
Quit Rents of Virginia 995 10 0
Imprest money repaid by the executors of Robert Crompton 854 10 2
Four and a Half per cent. Duty 116 0
Rent of Hackney Coaches 830 0 0
arrears of the Duty of 20 per cent. on paper 3 0
sale of the Irish [Forfeited] Estates 654 4 0
Capitation Subsidy 1 17 6
Additional Tonnage, arrears 49 4
the Second 3s. Aid 5,530 3
the Second 2s. Aid 0 6 4
Two Thirds of the Fourth 3s. Aid 1,319 14
One Third of ditto 205 7 0
Additional Twelve pence per £ 1 3 6
Fourth 4s. Aid 0 9 0
Duties on Marriages, &c, to 1 Aug. 1706 16,306 2 8
Duties on Houses 15,412 4 11
Fifth 4s. Aid and Subsidies 2,763 1 10¾
Sixth 4s. Aid 3,392 6 11¾
Subsidies [anno 1703] 774 14
Seventh 4s. Aid 3,335 1
Eighth 4s. Aid 32,120 15 0
Ninth 4s. Aid 9,925 2 6
Loans on the Duties on Houses 92 2 10½
Loans on the 3,700l. per week Excise 502 0
Loans on the Fifth 4s. Aid and Subsidies 2,447 0 5
Loans on the One Third Tonnage and Poundage anno 1704 11,500 0 0
Contributions for Annuities anno 1704 511 10
Loans on the Queen's tin 9,671 18 4
Loans on the Eighth 4s. Aid 15,361 1
in the hands of Lionel Herne for cancelling Exchequer Bills 223 0
Loans on the Duties on Malt anno 1706 33,595 4
Contributions for Annuities anno 1706 481,996 19 10½
total of Remains in Cash 1,063,648 13
Remains in tallies undisposed of as per the account supra, p. cxvi 223,091 9
more in Sir Thomas Littleton's hands surcharged on him as by the same account for the value of a life fallen in 80 0 0
total of Remains in cash and tallies £1,286,820 2 9
General Abstract: Revenue (Customs).
Cash received for the neat produce of the several Duties and Revenues under the management of the Customs: to wit, between Michaelmas 1706 and Michaelmas 1707.
Duties and Revenues in being at Michaelmas 1707. £ s. d.
Customs continued from 31 July 1706 to 1 August 1710 281,678 3
Additional Tonnage and Poundage from 9 March 1701–2 for the Queen's life 255,953 3 11½
Continued Duties on Coffee, tea, &c, to 24 June 1710 8,042 13
New Additional Duties on Coffee, tea, &c, to 24 June 1710 27,753 7 8
15 per cent. on muslins, &c, continued to 24 June 1710 32,862 14 6
Impositions on Wines and Vinegar continued from 31 July 1706 to 1 August 1710 99,153 9
Impositions on Tobacco continued for the same time 65,224 5
Impositions on East India goods continued for the same time 101,431 15
25 per cent. on French goods granted for 21 years from 28 Feb 1696–7 1,944 2 10½
5s. per ton on French shipping granted anno 12 Charles II 42 10
Plantation Duties granted anno 25 Car. II 1,408 12
Additional Impositions continued from 31 July 1706 to 1 August 1710 29,713 0
Duties on Coals and Culme, continued from 14 May 1703 to 14 May 1708 108,608 9 9
5s. per chaldron on cynders continued for the same time 1,108 8
One Third Additional Tonnage and Poundage granted for 98 years from 8 March 1706–7 39,637 7 10
Two Thirds Additional Tonnage and Poundage granted for 4 years from 8 March 1704–5 112,944 6
Duties on Whale fins granted from 10 July 1706 to 1 August 1710 8,398 0
the 4½ per cent. Duty in specie [goods] from Barbados and the Leeward Islands 3,435 9
Coinage Duty for the Mint, continued to 1 June 1708 7,404 9 10½
Customs Duties and Revenues expired before Michaelmas 1707. £ s. d.
Customs ended at Xmas 1699 100 0 0
Customs continued from Xmas 1699 to 1 August 1706 13,761 7
Additional Tonnage and Poundage which determined 8 March 1701–2 by the King's death 941 13
Coffee, tea, &c., for the [debt for the] Irish transports 21 10 5
Impositions on Wines and Vinegar ended 29 Sept. 1701 1,168 7
Impositions on tobacco which ended at the same time 3,535 14 3
Impositions on East India goods which ended at the same time 223 8 7
Impositions on Wines and Vinegar continued to 1 August 1706 9,141 6
Impositions on tobacco continued to the same date 30,992 11 8
Impositions on East India goods continued to the same date 39,016 10 4
Five Seventh Tonnage Duties on ships and vessels ended 17 May 1696 373 6
Two Sevenths ditto 149 6 0½ 10
Additional Impositions continued to 1 August 1706 2,019 11 10
Duty on Coals and Culme ended 15 May 1703 1,435 14 11½
One Third Additional Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage which determined 8 March 1706–7 50,253 6
Arrears of the Duties on coals in the year 1696 277 12 11½
Duties on Whale fins and Scotch linen which determined on the 10 July 1706 110 15 9
Additional Tonnage and Poundage which ended 1st Feb. 1699–1700 for Exchequer Bills 2,124 19
Duty of 20 per cent. on paper which ended 1 March 1698–9 11 10
total receipts from all Branches of the Customs £1,342,403 5
General Abstract: Revenue (Excise).
Cash for the neat produce of the Revenues of Excise and of the Duties on Salt under the management of Commissioners for that purpose: to wit, between Michaelmas 1706 and Michaelmas 1707.
Duties and Revenues of Excise and Salt in being at Michaelmas 1707. £ s. d.
Hereditary and Temporary Excise for the Queen's Civil List 281,459 14
more to answer the appropriation of 3,700l. per week 192,400 0 0
the 9d. Excise for 16 years from 17 May 1697 162,155 0
the Hereditary 9d. Excise for the Bank and for others [Annuitants] from 17 May 1697 152,979 12 2
the 9d. Excise for 99 years from 25 Jan. 1692–3 152,989 12
Low Wines continued from 25 March 1706 to 24 June 1710 19,834 17
Malt, Mum and Cider continued from 24 June 1707 to 24 June 1708 314 17
12d. per bushel of Salt granted 7–8 Wm. III for ever 56,240 6
28d. per bushel Salt from 25 Dec. 1699 for ever 130,912 4
36s. per barrel on Sweets granted for 99 years from 24 March 1706 33 12 0
Revenues of Excise Expired before Michaelmas 1707.
Double 9d. Excise ended 17 May 1697 51 8
Double Excise ended 17 May 1697 4 7
21d. per barrel Excise ended 24 July 1692 11 18
Duties on Malt ended 24 June 1703 pro anno 1702 20 18
ditto on Malt ended 24 June 1704 pro anno 1703 72 15 11½
ditto on Malt ended 24 June 1705 pro anno 1704 303 2
ditto on Malt ended 24 June 1706 pro anno 1705 13,128 14
ditto on Malt ended 24 June 1707 pro anno 1706 578,486 13
Low Wines ended 25 March 1706 12 13 10½
8d. per bushel of Salt ended 25 Dec. 1699 26 11
36s. per barrel of Sweets ended 25 March 1706 4 8 7
Leather Duties ended 20 April 1700 178 2 6
Hereditary and Temporary Excise before 8 March 1701–2 177 13
total receipts from Excise £1,741,799 4
General Abstract: Revenue 1707 (Post Office and Small Branches).
Neat Revenue of the Post Office and of several Casual Revenues and profits [of the Crown as pertaining to the Civil List and] answered at the Exchequer between Michaelmas 1706 and Michaelmas 1707. £ s. d.
Post Office revenue: for arrears to the late King Wm. III 40 0 0
ditto for the Queen's Civil List 56,927 12 5
Casual Revenues and Profits answered at the Exchequer:
First Fruits 5,200 4 9
Tenths of the Clergy 10,799 11
Fines for alienations 1,500 0 0
Revenue of Wine Licences 2,900 1,064 0
Sheriffs' Proffers 15 0 7
ditto for the late King Wm. III 2 13 0
Compositions [in the Exchequer] 60 0 0
Seizures of uncustomed and prohibited goods 24,695 18
ditto for the late King Wm. III 48 14
Fines of Leases 218 16 9
wood sales, being the value of timber delivered to the Navy [out of the royal forests] in the years 1706 and 1707 as by the account, supra, p. xc 10,306 10 6
revenue of the Duchy of Cornwall 1,000 0 0
Rents of Lands 6 10 10
Rents of [or reserved on] grants 41 16 8
Fines and Forfeitures for misdemeanours 832 7 2
brewers' forfeitures 151 1
profits of the Hanaper by tallies of pro 27 4 7
sale of the Queen's tin 129,671 7 3
Virginia Quit Rents 2,745 10
Virginia Quit Rents 2,745 10
[rents and] revenue of the Savoy Hospital 400 0 0
imprest money repaid by Lionell Herne who was employed in the business of cancelling Exchequer Bills 152 10
imprest money repaid by John Nutin, late Paymaster of the Transports, or his security 200 0 0
imprest money repaid by Benj. Overton, late Warden of the Mint 9 12 0
imprest money repaid by Benj. Overton, late Warden of the Mint 9 12 0
imprest money repaid by John Evelyn [as the] balance of an account of sick and wounded in the late Dutch war 244 4 7
imprest money repaid by John Evelyn [as the] balance of an account of sick and wounded in the late Dutch war 244 4 7
imprest money repaid by — [sic: left blank] 6 4 0
total for the Casual Revenues [of the Queen's Civil List revenue]:
for the Queen 192,234 6
for the late King 51 7
192,285 13
total of revenue of the Post Office and of the Casual Revenues £249,253 5 11¾
General Abstract: Revenue (Direct Taxes).
The Neat produce of Sundry Aids and Taxes between Michaelmas 1706 and Michaelmas 1707. £ s. d.
rent of Hackney Coaches granted for 21 years from Midsummer 1694 1,200 0 0
licences to Hawkers and Pedlars continued to 24 June 1710 5,552 12 6
Stamp Duties ended 1 August 1706 5,589 10
ditto continued from 31 July 1706 to 1 August 1710 34,129 19
Additional Stamp Duties from 1 May 1698 for the East India Company 40,880 4
Duties on Marriages, Births, &c. ended 1 August 1706 21,333 3 11½
Duties on Houses for Windows continued to 1 August 1710 87,744 19
First Poll 1 Wm. and Mary 0 2 0
Second Poll 2 Wm. and Mary 0 9 0
First Quarterly Poll 4 Wm. and Mary 1 5 6
First 4s. Aid 4 Wm. and Mary 0 9 0
Second Quarterly Poll 5 Wm. and Mary 32 17 0
Second 4s. Aid 5 Wm. and Mary 81 16 0
Fourth 4s. Aid 7 Wm. III 1 16 0
First 3s. Aid, 8 Wm. III 62 15 9
Second 3s. Aid 9 Wm. III 353 11 0
Third Quarterly Poll 9 Wm. III 223 0 0
Third 3s. Aid 10 Wm. III 66 17
Second 2s. Aid 11 Wm. III 16 7
Fifth 4s. Aid last year of Wm. [and 1st of Anne] 328 16 9
Subsidies of the same year 64 8 9
Sixth 4s. Aid 1 Anne pro anno 1703 4,416 0 9
Subsidies of the same year for 1703 2,508 14 6
Seventh 4s. Aid 2 Anne for the year 1704 5,116 8 11
Eighth 4s. Aid 3 Anne for the year 1705 136,014 9 5
Ninth 4s. Aid 4 Anne for the 1706 1,608,728 4 1
Tenth 4s. Aid 5 Anne for the year 1707 172,642 0
Capitation Subsidies 9 Wm. III 198 12 5
Additional Aid of 12d. per £ 9 Wm. III 15 1 8
neat produce of Aids and Taxes £2,127,304 13 8
General Abstract: Revenue (Sundries).
Sundry particulars not distinguishable under any of the afore-going heads. £ s. d.
for her Majesty's share of Prizes, being charged to the Receiver [of Prizes] to be paid to the owners, freighters, &c, of the ship Worcester as per the account, supra, p. xcv 6,465 15 0
for ditto more, being [prize money] paid into the Exchequer including 500l. for Salvage money 10,500 0 0
Contributions on the Act for sale of Annuities anno 1706: in full of 2,575,761l. 16s. 2d. 582,981 2 6
Contributions on the Act for sale of Annuities anno 1707 in part of 1,155,000l. [purchase money] for 72,187l. 10s. 0d. per an [annuities] at 16 years' purchase 874,354 0 0
Memorandum.
The time limited for the last payment of this Contribution money was on or before 10 November 1707.
total of sundry particulars not classifiable £1,474,300 17 6
General Abstract: Revenue (Loans and Exchequer Bills).
£ s. d.
to Balance of the Account of Borrowed Money, ut infra, p. cxxvii, which shows the moneys borrowed by way of Loans and in Exchequer Bills: and the moneys Repaid on the Public Registers [of Loans] within this yea: by which account the moneys Borrowed exceed the moneys Repaid by 1,646,981 3 10½
Total of Revenue receipts of all kinds for the year Michaelmas 1706 to Michaelmas 1707: £ s. d.
Customs 1,342,403 5
Excise 1,741,799 4
Post Office and Casual Revenues of the Crown 249,253 5 11¾
Direct Taxes (Aid and Taxes) 2,127,304 13 8
Sundry particulars of Revenue not classifiable 1,474,300 17 6
Balance of Loan money: excess of moneys borrowed and of Exchequer Bills issued over moneys repaid and Exchequer Bills cancelled 1,646,981 3 10½
total Revenue receipts (not Counting Remains in hand at the beginning of this financial year at Michaelmas 1706) 8,582,042 11
Total Budget statement of Revenue when including the Remains (1,286,820l. 2s. 9d.) in hand in the Exchequer or in tallies undisposed in the custody of Departmental Treasurers, at Michaelmas 1707 £9,868,862 14
General Abstract: Revenue (Loan Money Account).
Statement of Loan money appended to the preceding Abstract of Revenue.
An account showing the moneys Borrowed by way of Loan on the Public Fonds or Revenues [together] with the Exchequer Bills issued between Michaelmas 1706 and Michaelmas 1707: and of the principal money repaid [and Exchequer Bills cancelled] within the same time.
Debtor or Charge.
£ s. d. £ s. d.
to Loans made at the Exchequer on the several Fonds and Revenues following, viz.
on the produce of her Majesty's tin: in money 107,689 5 4
on the Duties on Malt, Mum, &c., pro anno 1705: in money 51,733 7 5
on the Tenth 4s. Aid pro anno 1707: in money 1,375,222 14 2
more in tallies or fictitious loans as by the account, supra, p. cxvii 474,777 5 10
1,850,000 0 0
on the Duties on Malt, Mum, &c, pro anno 1707: in money 264,334 5 0
more in tallies or fictitious loans as by the said account, supra, p. cxvii 62,224 19 6
326,559 4 6
on several Subsidies and Impositions continued anno 1707: in money 834,717 9 11
to the Exchequer Bills anno 1707 to be circulated by the Bank of England and issued at the Exchequer in this year 1,470,225 0 0
£4,640,924 7 2
Creditor or Discharge.
by principal money repaid [and Exchequer Bills Cancelled] on the Fonds as follows:
£ s. d.
on the First 4s. Aid granted anno 1693: out of the General Fond for Deficiencies 7,195 11 2
on the Third 4s. Aid granted anno 1695: out of the General Fond for Deficiencies 2,620 15 6
on the Fourth 4s. Aid granted anno 1696: out of arrears 0l. 9s. 0d.; out of the General Fond for Deficiencies 5,247l. 17s. 10d.: in all 5,248 6 10
on the Second Quarterly Poll granted anno 1694: out of the General Fond for Deficiencies 18,289 3 8
on the Three Fourths Customs: out of the General Fond for Deficiencies 250 0 0
on the Two Thirds Double 9d. Excise granted anno 1691: out of the General Fond for Deficiencies 700 0 0
on the Additional Impositions anno 1693: out of the General Fond for Deficiencies 26,657 1
on the Stamp Duties granted anno 1694: out of the General Fond for Deficiencies 22,583 10
on the Duties on Marriages, &c, granted anno 1695: out of the General Fond for Deficiencies 450 0 0
on the Third 3s. Aid granted anno 1699: out of the [Second] General Fond for Deficiencies of 1 Anne, c. 7 2,500 0 0
on the Duties on Coals granted 1695 transferred to Leather: out of the Second General Fond for Deficiencies 22,000 0 0
on the Duties on Low Wines, &c, anno 1701: out of its proper [own] Fond 574 10 3
on the Duties on Coals and Culme granted anno 1698: out of arrears 1,000 0 0
on the Duties on Coals, Culme, &c, granted anno 1703 91,660 0 0
on the Sixth 4s. Aid granted anno 1703: out of arrears 4,392l. 10s. 0d.; out of the Surplus of the East India Company's Fond at Michaelmas 1706; 11,607l. 10s. 0d., together 16,000 0 0
on the One Third Additional Tonnage and Poundage granted anno 1704: out of its proper [own] Fond 40,750 0 0
on the Eighth 4s. Aid granted anno 1705 [out of its proper Fond] 155,266 17
on the Two Thirds Tonnage and Poundage granted anno 1705 [out of its proper Fond] 76,220 0 0
on the Additional Duties on Coffee and continued Low Wines anno 1705 [out of its proper Fond] 61,960 0 0
on the Duties on Malt, Mum, &c., anno 1705 [out of its proper Fond] 27,380 10 0
on the Ninth 4s. Aid granted anno 1706 [out of its proper Fond] 1,508,208 3 1
on the Duties on Malt, Mum, &c, granted anno 1706 [out of its proper Fond] 520,792 0 0
on the Tenth 4s. Aid granted anno 1707 [out of its own proper Fond] 145,000 0 0
on the produce of the Queen's tin 120,443 13 3
on Exchequer Bills issued anno 1697 [and cancelled in this year 1706 Michaelmas to 1707 Michaelmas]: out of Capitation Subsidies 150l.: out of arrears of the Additional Tonnage and Poundage 1,600l.; out of the Second 3s. Aid 4,013l.; out of the one Third of the Fourth 3s. Aid 150l.; out of imprest money repaid by Lionell Herne 90l.; out of the Second General [Mortgage or] Fond for Deficiencies 1 Anne, c. 7, 114,190l.: in all 120,193 0 0
2,993,943 3
By the Balance, being the difference by which the sum total of Moneys Borrowed by way of Loan and in Exchequer Bills exceeds the sum total of the principal moneys repaid on the public [Loan] Registers [and the Exchequer Bills cancelled] 1,646,981 3 10½
£4,640,924 7 2
General Abstract: 1707 Expenditure (Navy).
Expenditure: Navy.
Paid to Sir Thomas Littleton, Treasurer of the Navy, upon account for the services following: £ s. d. £ s. d
on the proportions [or quota] for the Navy Ordinary in General:
for the year 1706 8,000 0 0
for the year 1707 30,529 0 0
for the Yards under this head [of Ordinary] for the year 1707 77,471 0 0
total for the Ordinary 116,000 0 0
for Wages to seamen generally:
for the year 1706 95,000 0 0
for the year 1707 588,588 16 0
for Sick and Wounded and prisoners at war by the hands of the Treasurer for Sick and Wounded:
for the year 1706 9,078 12 0
for the year 1707 17,724 13 8
for the Chest at Chatham for the year 1707 18,000 0 0
for subsistence, off reckonings and clearings to the Marine Regiments under the pay of Walter Whitfeild:
for the year 1706 10,710 17 8½.
for the year 1707 114,777 1 0
pay to the Officers of the 2 Marine Regiments broke in the year 1698 over and above what is paid out of unappropriated money:
for the year 1702 841 1
for the year 1703 3,152 5
total for wages 857,873 6 10½
for the Victualling: to wit, bills of exchange, Short Allowance Money and Contingencies:
for the year 1704 8,814 0
for the year 1705 6,650 11 4
for the year 1706 11,598 11
for the year 1707 163,813 12 7
for the Sick and Wounded and Prisoners of War [under the head of Victualling] by the hands of the Treasurer for Sick and Wounded for the year 1707 17,868 17
for the [Victualling] Course:
for the year 1703 31,967 10 11¼
for the year 1705 76,036 8
for the year 1707 307,974 4 8
total for the Victualling 624,723 17
for Wear and Tear to wit: imprests, bills of exchange and Contingencies:
for the year 1706 18,500 0 0
for the year 1707 51,000 0 0
for the value of timber out of her Majesty's Forests:
for the year 1706 3,154 1 6
for the year 1707 7,152 9 0
for the Yards under this head for the year 1707 123,855 0 0
for the Course:
for the year 1706 45,091 6 8
for the year 1707 401,072 0 0
total for Wear and Tear 649,824 17 2
paid to the Treasurer of the Navy out of revenues unappropriated for services as follows, viz.: £ s. d. £ s. d.
for the executors of Edward Nott, deceased, late Governor of Virginia, for the charge of his passage to that Government: out of Virginia Quit Rents 242 0 0
for Col. Robert Hunter who succeeded the said Mr. Nott, for the charge of his passage thither: out of rent of Hackney Coaches 242 0 0
for Mitford Crow, Esq., Governor of Barbados for the like passage charges; out of Civil List Revenues, to wit, out of Hereditary and Temporary Excise 367 0 0
for pay to Lieutenants of the 2 Marine Regiments broke in the year 1698 over and above what was paid on this head out of the Fonds of the years 1702 and 1703, viz.: 2,15l. 15s.d. out of Virginia Quit Rents; 145l. 15s.d. out of the 25 per cent Duty on French Goods; 304l. 10s. 5d. out of Plantation Duties; 11l. 5s. 0d. out of the 5s. per ton on French ships: in all 2,617 5 11
total out of unappropriated moneys 3,468 5 11
total payments to the Treasurer of the Navy between Michaelmas 1706 and Michaelmas 1707 £2,251,890 7
All the above particulars [on page cxxviii] were directed to be satisfied out of Fonds as follows:
anno 1702.
out of the Duties on Malt anno 1702, all loans and interest thereon being satisfied: 841 1
841 1
anno 1703.
out of the Subsidies anno 1703 all loans and interest thereon being satisfied 3,152 5
out of Exchequer Bills anno 1707 31,967 10 11¼
total for the year 1703 35,119 16
out of the Seventh 4s. Aid anno 1704 all loans and interest thereon being satisfied 4,314 0
out of loans on the One Third Tonnage and Poundage anno 1704 4,500 0 0
total for the year 1704 8,814 0
anno 1705.
out of loans on Malt Duties anno 1705 51,733 7 5
out of Exchequer Bills anno 1707 30,953 12
total for the year 1705 82,686 19 11½
anno 1706. £ s. d. £ s. d.
out of loans on Malt Duties anno 1706 33,595 4
out of Contributions for Annuities anno 1706 164,384 3 11½
out of [Civil List] fonds in Aid, viz.: out of wood sales or the value of timber delivered to the Navy out of her Majesty's Forests, &c, by the Surveyor General of Woods 3,154 1 6
total for the year 1706 201,133 9 7
anno 1707.
out of loans on the Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 955,790 3
out of loans on Malt anno 1707 99,153 17 5
out of Contributions for Annuities anno 1707 189,469 11
out of loans on Subsidies, Impositions, &c. anno 1707 413,081 16
out of Exchequer Bills anno 1707 255,178 16
out of wood sales, &c, as above 7,152 9 0
total for the year 1707 1,919,826 14
total out of unappropriated revenues as above 3,468 5 11
£2,251,890 7
General Abstract: Expenditure 1707 (Ordnance).
Ordnance.
paid to Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer and Paymaster to the Office of Ordnance, for account for the services following:
towards the proportions [or quotas] for the year 1704. £ s. d. £ s. d.
for Ordnance Land Service generally 889 11
for Ordnance Sea Service generally 11,740 5
total for 1704 12,629 16 5
ditto for the year 1705.
for Ordnance Land Services generally 5,000 0 0
for Ordnance Sea Services generally 8,850 0 0
for a further Supply of Stores 20,000 0 0
for building a wharf and storehouse at Portsmouth 5,000 0 0
total for 1705 38,850 0 0
ditto for the year 1706.
for Ordnance Land Services generally 25,000 0 0
for Ordnance Sea Services generally 25,000 0 0
for stores for the 8 new ships [built] in lieu of those lost in the storm 5,000 0 0
for building a wharf and storehouse at Portsmouth 5,000 0 0
total for 1706 60,000 0 0
ditto for the year 1707. £ s. d. £ s. d.
for Ordnance Land Service generally 102,000 0 0
for Ordnance Sea Service generally 102,000 0 0
for building a wharf and storehouse at Portsmouth 10,000 0 0
total for 1707 214,000 0 0
total for the Ordnance 325,679 16 5
whereof for:
Land Services 132,889 11
Sea Services 147,590 5
stores 20,000 0 0
stores for 8 new ships 5,000 0 0
for wharf and storehouse at Portsmouth 2,000 0 0
All the above particulars or services were directed to be satisfied out of Fonds as follows, viz.
for the year 1704.
out of the One Third Tonnage and Poundage anno 1704: all the loans and interest thereon being satisfied. 7,366 14
out of Malt Duties anno 1704: all the loans and interest thereon being satisfied 1,779 2
out of the Seventh 4s. Aid anno 1704 all the loans and interest thereon being satisfied 3,483 19 4
total for the year 1704 12,629 16 5
for the year 1705.
out of loans on Low Wines anno 1705 being tallies disposed. 38,850 0 0
total for the year 1705 38,850 0 0
for the year 1706.
out of Contributions for Annuities anno 1706 60,000 0 0
total for the year 106 60,000 0 0
for the year 1707.
out of loans on the Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 121,600 0 0
out of Contributions for Annuities anno 1707 87,400 0 0
out of Exchequer Bills anno 1707 5,000 0 0
total for 1707 214,000 0 0
Paid to the Treasurer of the Ordnance out of the Civil List revenues: being for John Orlebar et al to encourage an Invention for ejecting Liquid Fire 200 0 0
total to the Ordnance £325,679 16 5
General Abstract: Expenditure 1707 (Army).
Army.
Forces Abroad. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Paid to James Brydges, Esq., Paymaster of her Majesty's Forces [Abroad]: upon account for the Services following, viz.:
for account of the 40,000 men acting with the Allies.
for subsistence, off-reckonings, clearings, &c.:
for the year 1705 6,572 12
for the year 1706 144,407 5 1
for the year 1707 715,426 16
total for subsistence, &c. 959,775 6 3
for bread and bread waggons for the year 1707 19,720 18
for forage, waggon money and recruit money for the year 1707 38,743 11
for agio, bread and forage for the Prussians for the year 1707 13,981 17 0
for Contingencies for the year 1707 6,666 13 4
for the Saxon Troops for the year 1707 14,255 11 10
total for the 40,000 men. £959,775 6 3
for account of the 10,000 Additional Troops [or Troops of the 1703 Augmentation].
for subsistence, off-reckonings, clearings, &c.
for the year 1706 19,871 16 11
for the year 1707 157,007 4
for bread and bread waggons for the year 1707 4,930 4
for forage, waggon money and recruit money for the year 1707 7,066 0 7
for the Saxon Troops for the year 1707 42,759 7 2
total for the 10,000 Troops of Augmentation 231,634 13 9
for account of the Forces acting in Spain and Portugal exclusive of the 8,833 Additional men.
for subsistence, off-reckonings, and clearings, &c..
for the year 1705 7,815 2
for the year 1706 56,896 17
for the year 1707 325,381 5 8
for forage, waggon money, &c, for the year 1707 3,750 0 0
for Contingencies:
for the year 1705 599 11 0
for the year 1706 2,000 0 0
for the year 1707 4,000 0 0
for bills of exchange:
for the year 1706 5,344 13 7
for the year 1707 90,550 16 2
for the Earl of Galway, extraordinary charges and services for the year 1707 2,500 0 0
for the Landgrave of Hesse Cassel, for agio, bread waggons and Hospitals in Italy for the year 1707 16,084 13 4
514,922 19
or account of the 5,000 Catalonians anno 1706 and the 8,833 Additional Forces in Spain or Portugal in 1707 [being Earl Rivers' Expedition]
for subsistence, off-reckonings, clearings, &c. £ s. d. £ s. d.
for the year 1706 23,701 7 0
for the year 1707 148,143 11
for Contingencies for the year 1707 2,500 0 0
for bills of exchange for the year 1707 22,467 10 6
196,812 9
for account of the 250,000l. [voted for] anno 1706 and the 150,000l. [voted for] anno 1707 for prosecuting the successes in Spain:
for account of pay and subsistence for the year 1706 1,616 1
for transports for the year 1706 3,526 5 0
for bills of exchange:
for the year 1706 17,793 16
for the year 1707 135,000 0 0
for clothing for the year 1707 3,625 0 0
for arms from the Ordnance Stores [paid] to the Treasurer of the Ordnance for the year 1707 8,209 14 0
for Count Zinzerling, the King of Spain's Envoy, for the year 1707 3,165 6 0
172,936 3 1
for account of Subsidies to her Majesty's Allies, viz.:
to the King of Portugal for the 13,000 men to be maintained by that Crown:
for the year 1705 4,000 0 0
for the year 1706 28,177 10 0
for the year 1707 147,367 9 0
to the King of Denmark:
for the year 1706 9,375 0 0
for the year 1707 27,125 0 0
to the Duke of Savoy for the year 1707 154,195 7 10
to the Elector Palatine:
for the year 1706 2,500 0 0
for the year 1707 3,571 8 10½
to the Elector of Trèves:
for the year 1706 3,065 0 0
for the year 1707 4,464 5
to the Landgrave of Hesse Cassel for the year 1707 4,464 5
to the King of Prussia for the 8,000 succours for Savoy:
for the year 1705 3,630 0 0
for the year 1706 24,812 9
for the year 1707 37,500 0 0
to the Landgrave of Hesse Cassel for Augmenting his Troops in Italy for the year 1707 18,666 4 3
472,914 0
for account of the agio, bread and forage for the Prussians in the Netherlands for the year 1707 18,523 18 8
for account of services of former years authorised to be made good out of the fonds for the year 1707, viz.:
for levy money for the English horse (“horses] lost or dead before 31 Dec. 1706 11,298 0 0
for recruiting the like loss to the Hanover Troops anno 1706 1,775 0 0
for the 40,000 men anno 1706 in lieu of the like sum issued on the order for that body for recruiting English horses anno 1705. 1,146 0 0
14,219 0 0
to the King of Prussia on his arrear of subsidy in the last war ; for the year 1705 21,332 3 2
for account of sundry Extraordinary charges of the war, viz.:
for the year 1704.
to the Duke of Marlborough on his march to Schellenburg and Blenheim 7,000 0 0
to the Elector Palatine, in full for his journey to Vienna anno 1704 1,976 14 10
for the year 1705.
to Gibraltar, on bills of exchange 453 1 0
to Monsieur Flotard for particular service in Italy 300 0 0
to the Marquis de Miremont, the like 400 0 0
to the Hanover Troops for douceurs and other Extraordinaries 4,561 10 1
for the year 1706.
to the Duke of Savoy for the defence of Turin, &c.: the remainder of 50,000l. 25,000 0 0
for the 3,000 Palatines for the defence of Savoy 8,603 8 10¾
for the Hessians in Italy being Troops of Augmentation 11,780 18 0
for the Expedition under the command of Earl Rivers: to wit:
for subsistence, pay, &c. 22,434 2 0
for clothing 17,061 18 0
for John Williams 32 0 0
for Commissary Douglas on a bill from Ireland. 25 0 0
(in all 39,553l. 0s. 0d.)
agio, bread and forage for the Prussians 19,755 9 6
pay for the General Officers in the King of Portugal's Troops 3,014 0 0
Memorandum:
This was issued before as part of the King of Portugal's Subsidy, but not allowed as such.
to recruit the Danes' horses lost before 31 Oct. 1706 16,055 12 6
to recruit the like loss [of horses] of the Foreign Troops in full of 34,607l. 13s.d. 3,842 7 6
for the year 1707.
to the Duke of Savoy, towards the extraordinary service of his Troops 25,000 0 0
167,296 2
Total of payments to James Brydges for the Army in the year Michaelmas 1706 to Michaelmas 1707 £2,770,366 15
whereof,
for the year 1704 8,976 14 10
for the year 1705 49,664 0
for the year 1706 470,692 18
for the year 1707 2,241,033 2
£2,770,366 15
All the above particulars were directed to be supplied out of Fonds as follows:
out of Loans on the One Third Tonnage and Poundage anno 1704 7,000 0 0
out of Loans on Malt anno 1705 (all loans and interest thereon being satisfied) anno 1705 8,561 10 1
out of Loans on the Eighth 4s. Aid anno 1705 14,987 6
out of Loans on Low Wines anno 1705 21,332 3 2
out of Loans on the Two Thirds Tonnage and Poundage anno 1705 3,630 0 0
out of Contributions for Annuities anno -1706 394,586 6 11¾
out of Loans on Malt 1706 76,106 11 3
out of Loans on the Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 564,518 12 7
out of Loans on Malt anno 1707 166,734 10 0
out of Contributions for Annuities anno 1707 523,130 19 11¾
out of Loans on Several Subsidies, Impositions, &c. 358,048 19
out of Exchequer Bills anno 1707 628,600 0 0
[out of Civil List branches] in aid of the public Fonds:
out of Customs ended at Xmas 1699 for anno 1705 100 0 0
out of the 25 per cent. on French goods for anno 1704, 96l. 9s. 6d., and for anno 1705, 353l. 1s. 0d. 449 10 6
out of the 5s. per ton on French ships for anno 1704 13 10
out of Plantation Duties for anno 1704 354 15 1
out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise in part of the Queen's Civil List: for anno 1705 700 0 0
out of brewers' forfeitures for anno 1704 395 4 5
out of the rent of Hackney Coaches: for anno 1704 567 9
out of the revenue of prizes: for anno 1704 549 6
£2,770,366 15
to wit, out of Fonds:
anno 1704 8,976 14 10
anno 1705 49,664 0
anno 1706 470,692 18
anno 1707 2,241,033 2
£2,770,366 15
General Abstract: Expenditure 1707 (Transports).
Issues to Charles Mason, Paymaster for the Transports: upon account for the services following:
£ s. d. £ s. d.
for the Course in the Transport Office:
for the year 1706 20,000 0 0
for the year 1707 76,025 0 0
96,025 0 0
for bills of exchange:
for the year 1706 1,900 0 0
for the year 1707 569 0 0
2,469 0 0
for Mr. Dummer, [Contractor for the pacquet boats], the freight of soldiers to and from the West Indies: for the year 1707 727 1 3
£99,221 1 3
The abovesaid services were directed to be satisfied out of the Fonds as follows, viz.:
out of Contributions for Annuities anno 1706 21,900 0 0
out of ditto anno 1707 483 8 6
out of Loans on Several Subsidies and Impositions anno 1707 30,000 0 0
out of Loans on Malt anno 1707 19,762 12 9
out of Exchequer Bills anno 1707 27,075 0 0
£99,221 1 3
General Abstract: Expenditure 1707 (Guards and Garrisons).
Issues to John How, Paymaster of Guards, Garrisons and other her Majesty's Land Forces: upon account for the services following, viz.:
£ s. d. £ s. d.
on account of Guards and Garrisons.
for subsistence, off-reckonings, and clearings:
for the year 1703 316 6 8
for the year 1705 3,565 0
for the year 1706 78,475 11 10½
for the year 1707 157,588 9
for Contingencies:
for the year 1703 664 13 7
for the year 1706 3,383 13 2
for the year 1707 4,039 11 1
for disabled out-pensioners at Chelsea for the year 1707 3,000 0 0
251,033 6
on account of the 5,000 men for Sea Services, for subsistence, off-reckonings and clearings:
for the year 1703 9,950 13
for the year 1705 6,607 10
for the year 1706 27,965 16
for the year 1707 68,297 19 7
112,822 0
on account of the Invalids for pay, including the reduced men:
for the year 1706 1,360 8 3
for the year 1707 2,975 19
for clothing for the year 1706 928 1 0
5,264 8
on account of the 5,000 additional men in lieu of those serving with the Fleet for subsistence, off-reckonings, and clearings for the year 1705 7,936 13
[Out of unappropriated money] paid to the said John How:
for out-pensioners of Chelsea Hospital anno 1707 out of Virginia Quit Rents 643 5 1
for arrears to dead and removed pensioners: £ s. d.
out of the 25 per cent. on French goods 44 19
out of the rent of Hackney Coaches 416 7 11½
461 7 9
1,104 12 10
In all, issued to John How between Michaelmas 1706 and Michaelmas 1707 over and above the undisposed tallies in his hands, ut supra, pp. cxvi–cxviii £378,161 1 11¼
viz. for the year 1703 10,931 13 10 ¾
for the year 1705 18,109 5
for the year 1706 112,113 10
for the year 1707 235,901 19
total from unappropriated revenues 1,104 12 10
£378,161 1 11¼
The above particulars were directed to be satisfied out of the Fonds and Revenues following, viz. .
out of Loans on the Eighth 4s. Aid anno 1705 373 15 0
out of Loans on Low Wines anno 1705 17,735 10
out of Contributions for Annuities anno 1706 100,349 5
out of Loans on Malt anno 1706 11,764 5 0
out of Loans on the Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 92,568 1
out of Loan on Malt 1707 35,606 11 6
out of Contributions for Annuities anno 1707 45,251 7 9
out of Loans on Subsidies and Impositions anno 1707 21,250 19
out of Exchequer Bills anno 1707 41,225 0 0
[out of Civil List moneys] in Aid of public Fonds, anno 1703:
out of Customs ended at Xmas 1699 471 6 10
out of the 25 per cent. on French goods 22 18
out of Plantation Duties 14 14
out of the rent of Hackney Coaches 470 17 1
out of the Additional Aid of 12d. per £ 1 3 6
out of the revenue of Prizes 9,950 13
[out of unappropriated moneys to wit]:
out of Virginia Quit Rents 643 5 1
out of the 25 per cent. on French goods, 44l. 19s.d., and the rent of Hackney Coaches, 416l. 7s. 11½d. 461 7 9
£378,161 1 11¼
General Abstract: Expenditure 1707 (Army: Civil List).
£ s. d.
Issued to Richard, Earl of Ranelagh, late Paymaster of the Forces, upon account for paying Auditors their fees for making up his account: out of Plantation Duties £734 12 5
Issues out of the Civil List Revenues.
The Civil List of the late King Wm. III.
Arrears paid to the late King's family and servants (over and above what paid by the [present] Queen [Anne] out of her Civil List revenues, ut infra p. cxxxix).
to Francis, Earl of Bradford, Cofferer of the Household to Wm. III: for arrears due to be paid in the Office of the Cofferer 525 3
to John Visc. FitzHardinge, Treasurer of the Chamber to Wm. III for arrears due to be paid in the Office of the Treasurer of the Chamber 399 5 5
to fees and salaries payable at the Exchequer 804 12 10¼
to pensions payable there 100 0 0
total paid to the late King's family and servants between Michaelmas 1706 and Michaelmas 1707 over and above what paid by Queen Anne out of her Civil List revenues £1,829 1
The above said particulars were paid out of [arrears of the said late King's Civil List] revenues following, viz.:
out of Additional Tonnage and Poundage due before 8 March 1701–2 718 3
out of Hereditary and Temporary Excise due before 8 March 1701–2 121 3
out of [Post Office or] Letter money due before 8 March 1701–2 40 0 0
out of Small Branches [of the Civil List revenues] due before 8 March 1701–2 31 7
out of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty due before 8 March 1701–2 218 7 4
out of Virginia Quit rents 700 0 0
£1,829 1
The Civil List of Queen Anne.
Payments out of the Revenues for the Queen's Civil List, over and above what issued to the Navy, Ordnance and Paymaster of the Land Forces as by their respective accounts, pp. cxxx, cxxxi, cxxxv, cxxxvii.
For the uses of the Queen's Civil List.
Payable at the Exchequer:
to Francis, Lord Ryalton, Cofferer of the Household: upon account 79,841 14
to John, Lord FitzHardinge, Treasurer of the Chamber: upon account 27,785 13 9
to Ralph, Earl of Montague, Master of the Great Wardrobe: upon account 17,394 5
to Thomas Lloyd, Paymaster of the Works: upon account 803 3
to Charles Dartiquenave who succeeded the said Lloyd: upon account: for the Works 24,786 19 10¾
to William Roberts, Paymaster of the Works at Windsor: upon account 3,553 14
to the Duke of Somerset, Master of the Horse: upon account: for extraordinaries of the Stables 13,000 0 0
to Foreign Ministers upon their ordinary entertainments 38,559 0 0
to ditto on their extraordinaries 16,006 18
to fees and salaries [payable at the Exchequer] 72,293 9 10¾
to pensions and annuities [payable at the Exchequer] 26,660 17 0
to Edward Nicholas for charities, &c, established by the Queen 12,300 12 10
to ditto for the French Protestants 7,500 0 0
to Spencer Compton who succeeded the said Nicholas: for [the Queen's] Charities, &c. 12,027 15 10
to ditto for the French Protestants 15,000 0 0
to the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, payable by William Smith 4,500 0 0
to [Royal] Bounties 2,646 18 6
to Sir Charles Hedges, Secretary of State, for Secret Service. 1,044 10 6
to Robert Harley, the like, for ditto 3,250 0 0
to Charles, Earl of Sunderland, the like, for ditto 2,250 0 0
to William Lowndes, for Secret Service 22,100 0 0
to jewels or presents in lieu of Jewels to Foreign Ministers 3,368 5 0
to Samuell Smethin, her Majesty's Goldsmith, for plate [delivered into the Jewel Office] 3,280 4 10½
to the Privy Purse, per Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough 25,500 0 0
to Contingencies: to wit:
Law charges 5,000 0 0
Surpluses to Sheriffs and others on their accounts 851 8
rewards for sundry service 7,796 13 6
printers for their bills 2,195 3 4
riding charge to the messengers of the Chamber 1,048 5 0
liberates of the Exchequer 5,860 14 11¾
sundry incidents and disbursements 5,103 5 0
rent of Mote Park 450 0 0
rewards to Receivers of Taxes
towards building Blenheim House at Woodstock. 30,000 0 0
city [wine] impost 100 16 0
Lord Cheyne for purchase of lands at Chelsea 602 2 5
total of Contingencies, 59,008l. 8s.d.
to Henry Scobell on account of the tin affair 127,250 0 0
for arrears to the late King William's servants and family, viz.:
to the Earl of Bradford for arrears in the Office of Cofferer 73 0 0
to John, Visc. FitzHardinge, for arrears in the Office of Treasurer of the Chamber 1,000 0 0
to the Earl of Manchester on his arrears as Ambassador to France 1,220 0 0
£624,005 12
[Issues out of the Queen's Civil List Revenues] for Public Services:
anno 1707. £ s. d.
to Sir David Nairne upon account for the pay of the Forces in Scotland 12,000 0 0
to Peter Hume, Esq., for services relating to the war 3,547 10 0
15,547 10 0
paid at the Excise Office:
to the Prince of Denmark 25,000 0 0
to the Duke of Northumberland 3,000 0 0
to the Duke of Southampton 3,750 0 0
31,750 0 0
paid at the Post Office:
to the Prince of Denmark 20,250 0 0
to several persons on pensions, ut supra, p. lxxxviii 28,125 0 0
48,375 0 0
£719,678 2
The abovesaid particulars were paid out of the Fonds and Revenues following, viz.:
out of Additional Tonnage and Poundage 241,500 17
out of Hereditary and Temporary Excise 260,362 17 4
out of [Post Office or] Letter money 56,976 3 4
out of Small Branches and Casualties as per the particular, supra, p. xcii, viz. 43,905l. 7s. 6d. plus 121l. 13s. 0d. 44,027 0 6
out of loans on the Queen's tin 116,811 3 8
£719,678 2
General Abstract: Expenditure 1707 (Miscellaneous).
[Sundry Payments not falling under the above heads of Navy, Transport, Army Ordnance or Civil List], viz.:
By paid out of the Duty of Four and a Half per cent in specie from Barbados and the Leeward Islands: £ s. d. £ s. d.
to Visc. Duplin, assignee of the Earl of Kinnoul, on a perpetuity 500 0 0
to Sir Bevill Granville and his executors on his allowances as Governor of Barbados 1,345 3 9
to Daniel Parke, Governor of the Leeward Islands, on his allowances 729 17
to John Yeomans, Lieut. Governor of Antigua, on his allowances 200 0 0
to Anthony Hodges, Lieut. Governor of Montserrat, on his allowances 200 0 0
to Walter Hamilton, Lieut. Governor of St. Christopher, on his allowances 300 0 0
3,275 0 10½
By paid to Sir Isaac Newton, Master and Worker of the Mint:
out of Coinage Duty: upon account 7,404 9 10½
out of imprest money repaid by Benjamin Overton 9 12 0
7,414 1 10½
by paid to John Evelyn, towards a debt from the Crown to Sir Richard Browne deceased in the time of Charles II: out of the balance of said Evelyn's account for Sick and Wounded in the late Dutch war 244 4 7
by paid to Robert Griffith for his service at Highlake [Hoylake] anno 1689 to the Forces commanded by the Duke of Schomberg: out of the rent of Hackney Coaches 50 0 0
by paid to the owners and freighters of the ship Worcester towards the loss of the said ship and cargo: out of Prize money 5,000 0 0
by paid to the officers and seamen of the said ship in part of 2,931l. 10s. 0d. stated for their loss and damages: out of Prize money. 1,465 15 0
by paid to the Commissioners for disposing the Equivalent to Scotland: viz. 398,050l. out of Exchequer Bills anno 1707 ; and 35l. 10s. 0d. out of Contributions for Annuities anno 1707 398,085 10 0
by paid the City of Carlisle in recompense of tolls which cease by the Union: out of loans on the Land Tax anno 1707 2,641 0 0
by paid Joseph Musgrave and others in recompense for like tolls: out of Loans on Land Tax anno 1707 5,000 0 0
by paid the Trustees for Circulating the old Exchequer Bills: upon account: out of Loans on Land Tax anno 1707 3,480 5 6
by paid to Sir John Humble, Paymaster of the Million Lottery Tickets: upon account: out of the 9d. Excise for 16 years 144,000 0 0
by paid Nehemiah Arnold, Paymaster by the Malt Lottery Tickets: upon account: out of arrears of the Duties on Malt granted 1699, 13,094l. 10s.d. ; out of imprest money repaid by Robert Crompton late Paymaster of these tickets, 854l. 10s. 2d.; and out of the General Fond for making good the Deficiencies by the Act, 1 Anne, c. 7, 203,036l. 2s.d. ; in all 216,985 2
Memorandum:
The state of Mr. Arnold's payments according to his account to Michaelmas 1707 appears to be as follows, viz. £ s. d. £ s. d.
paid on tickets called Benefit Tickets 4,440 0 0
paid on tickets called Blank Tickets 133,840 0 0
for interest on the tickets bearing interest 71,505 17 11¾
cash then remaining in his Office 7,199 4 8
£216,985 2
by paid the Bank of England on their perpetuity of 100,000l. per an. out of the Five Sevenths of the 9d. Excise, 99,626l. 13s. 10½d.: and out of the Five Sevenths of the Tonnage Duty on Ships and Vessels, 373l. 6s.d. 100,000 0 0
by paid to the New East India Company on 133,040l. per an. out of Salt and Stamp Duties 133,040 0 0
more to ditto towards the Deficiency of their Fond at Michaelmas 1701: out of Loans on the Duties on Houses, 92l. 2s. 10½d.: out of the General Fond for Deficiencies as by the Act 1 Anne, c. 7, 22,984l. 13s.d. 23,076 16 4
by paid to the General Society trading to India on 26,900l. per an.: out of Salt and Stamp Duties 26,960 0 0
more to ditto towards the Deficiency of their Fond at Michaelmas 1701: out of the General Fond for Deficiencies as by 1 Anne, c. 7 1,885 19
by paid on Annuities purchased at the Exchequer and for rewards to officers and incidents in paying and accompting for the said Annuities, viz.:
on Annuities purchased anno 1693: out of the 9d. Excise for 99 years 125,023 9 0
more [on same], being paid on Annuities with the advantage of survivorship: out of the same Excise 7,488 5
more for rewards and incidents: out of the same Excise: to wit, 1,200l. to the officers of the Exchequer for rewards and 242l. 11s.d. to the Usher of the Exchequer for necessaries 1,442 11
on Annuities purchased anno 1694 for one, two or three lives: out of the Two Sevenths of the 9d. Excise for the Bank, as by 5–6 Wm. and Mary, c. 20, viz. 36,803l. 18s.d. out of the Two Sevenths of the 9d. Excise; 149l. 6s.d. out of the Tonnage Duty on ships 36,953 4 9
for rewards to officers; to wit, the Auditor of the Receipt: out of the Two Sevenths of the 9d. Excise 150 0 0
on Annuities purchased anno 1704 and anno 1705 charged on the 3,700l. per week Excise but payable to Xmas 1705 out of part of the Contribution money, viz.
on Annuities for one life, 112l. out of Contribution money, and 18,145l. 13s. 4d. out of the 3,700l. per week Excise.
on Annuities for 2 lives 85l. out of Contribution money; and 8,839l. 10s. 0d. out of the 3,700l. per week Excise.
on Annuities for 3 lives 18l. 15s. 0d. out of Contribution money and 2,748l. 13s. 4d. out of the 3,700l. per week Excise.
on Annuities for 99 years, 294l. out of Contribution money, and 121,216l. 9s.d. out of the 3,700l. per week Excise: making in all 509l. 15s. 0d. out of Contribution money and 150,950l. 5s. 10½d. out of the 3,700l. per week Excise.
for rewards to the officers of the Exchequer 1,845l. total on the said annuities etc. 153,305 0 10½
on annuities called the Bankers' Annuities, redeemable by Parliament 36,959 9
on 184,242l. 14s. 0d. in Annuities for 99 years purchased anno 1706:
out of the Contribution money towards the first 2 years' payments, 210,218l. 12s. 6d.
for rewards to the officers of the Exchequer out of the Third Tonnage and Poundage, part of the Fond for these Annuities, 1,587l. 10s. 0d. 211,806 2 6
total paid on Annuities in this year 573,128l. 3s.d.
by paid to Baldwin Mallet to rectify an overpayment on his account as late Receiver of Taxes for Co. Somerset: out of the Fifth 4s. Aid and Subsidies anno 1702 2,824 8
Memorandum:
This last sum is proper to be deducted out of the gross produce of the aforesaid taxes.
by paid to Lionel Herne being allowed to him for the like sum paid into the Exchequer as per the account for small Branches, supra, p. xcii, 152l. 10s.d.: also for his charges about cancelling Exchequer Bills, 70l. 9s.d. 223 0
total for miscellaneous payments and for funded payments to the Bank of England, and the East India Company; and on funded Annuities: 1,648,779l. 9s.d.
General Abstract: Expenditure (Interest Paid).
By payments of Interest on Loans on the Public Registers and otherwise: paid at the Exchequer between Michaelmas 1706 and Michaelmas 1707: £ s. d.
on the First 4s. Aid anno 1693: out of the General Fond for Deficiencies [8–9 Wm. III, c. 20] 585 7 8
on the Third 4s. Aid anno 1695: out of the General Fond for Deficiencies 68 14 5
on the Fourth 4s. Aid anno 1696: out of the General Fond for Deficiencies 187 7 10
on the Second Quarterly Poll anno 1694: out of the General Fond for Deficiencies 1,135 3 4
on the Three Fourths Customs: out of the General Fond for Deficiencies 8 3 1
on the Two Thirds of the Double 9d. Excise anno 1691. out of the General Fond for Deficiencies 225 0 4
on the Additional Impositions anno 1693: out of the General Fond for Deficiencies 1,032 10 5
on the Stamp Duties anno 1694: out of the General Fond for Deficiencies 1,006 9 6
on the Duties on marriages, births, &c, anno 1695: out of the General Fond for Deficiencies 21 9 7
on Coals anno 1695: transferred to the Leather Duties: out of those Duties, 525l. 5s. 4d.; out of loans on the Fifth 4s. Aid and Subsidies, 667l. 12s. 6d.; out of loans on the 3,700l. per Week Excise, 5l. 5s. 0d.; out of the [Second] General Fond for Deficiencies [1 Anne, c. 7], 155,050l. 9s. 11d. 156,248 12 9
on the 20 per cent. Duty on paper for taking in wrought plate: out of arrears [of the said Duty], 14l. 10s. 9d. out of the [Second] General Fond for Deficiencies 5,393l. 9s. 3d. 5,408 0 0
on the First 3s. Aid anno 1697: out of arrears [of said Aid], 62l. 15s. 9d.; out of the [Second] General Fond for Deficiencies, 145,820l. 4s. 10d. 145,883 0 7
on the Third Quarterly Poll anno 1698: out of arrears [of the said Poll], 223l.; out of loans on the Fifth 4s. Aid and Subsidies,436l.; out of the [Second] General Fond for Deficiencies, 74,588l. 2s. 4d. 75,247 2 4
on the Third 3s. Aid anno 1699: out of the arrears [of the said Aid], 66l. 17s.d.; out of the [Second] General Fond for Deficiencies, 6,211l. 13s.d. 6,278 10 11
on Coals and Culme anno 1698 out of arrears of that Duty 753 10 0
on the Second 2s. Aid anno 1700; out of arrears [of that Aid] 10 0 0
on the Duties on Low Wines, Coffee, &c, continued anno 1701 8 17 10
on the Two Thirds of the Fourth 3s. Aid anno 1701; out of arrears of that Aid 450 1 8
on the Duties on Coals and Culme, &c, anno 1703 [out of said Duties] 9,868 5 4
on the Sixth 4s. Aid anno 1703: out of arrears of said Aid, 284l. 10s. 11d.; out of the Surplus of the East India Fond at Michaelmas 1706, 468l. 4s. 8d. 752 15 7
on the One Third Tonnage and Poundage and Duties on Prize wines anno 1704 [out of said Duties] 2,537 3 3
on the Eighth 4s. Aid anno 1705 [out of said Aid] 10,160 18 3
on the Duties on Malt, Mum, &c, anno 1705 [out of same] 1,719 7 6
on the Two Thirds Tonnage and Poundage anno 1705 [out of same] 30,589 17 10
on the New Additional Duties on Coffee ; with Low Wines anno 1705 [out of same] 37,450 4 7
on the produce of the Queen's tin [out of same] 4,587 6 3
on the Ninth 4s. Aid anno 1706 [out of same] 83,963 10 3
on the Duties on Malt, Mum, &c, anno 1706 [out of same] 27,890 1 9
on the Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 [out of same] 16,882 1 3
on Several Subsidies and Impositions anno 1707: out of loans on the same Subsidies 1,803 6 0
by Interest paid on the old Exchequer Bills issued anno 1697: out of Capitation Subsidies, 47l. 19s. 4d.: out of the Additional 12d. per £, 17l. 12s. 3d.; out of the arrears of the Additional Tonnage and Poundage, 560l. 7s. 10¾d.; out of the Second 3s. Aid, 1787l. 12s. 10½d.; out of the One Third of the Fourth 3s. Aid, 55l. 7s. 0d.; out of imprest money repaid by Lionell Herne, 62l. 10s.d.; out of the [Second] General Fond for Deficiencies, 45,501l. 8s.d. 48,032 18 2
by Interest paid on Debentures charged on Irish Forfeitures [paid] by the hands of Thomas Jett, Paymaster thereof: out of [the proceeds of] Irish Forfeitures, 654l. 4s. 0d.; out of Contributions for Annuities anno 1706, 36,098l. 9s.d.; out of Exchequer Bills anno 1707, 49,000l. 85,752 13
by Interest paid to the Contributors for Annuities anno 1707 [being really a rebate] for prompt payment until 10 May 1707 [paid] by William Clayton: out of Contribution money 2,224 18 0
by [Interest to] the Bank of England on their allowance of 4½ per cent. per an. for circulating the Exchequer Bills issued anno 1707: out of the like Exchequer Bills 3,175 0 0
In all for Interest paid between Michaelmas 1706 and Michaelmas 1707 £761,748 9
by Cash allowed to the executors of Mordecai Abbot, late Receiver General and Cashier of Customs, in discharge of a Remain on the foot of the Certificate [for the week] ended 29 Feb. 1699–1700 because the said executors have discharged themselves thereof upon their account before the Auditor 3,996 2 10½
by the Remains in cash at Michaelmas 1707 as by the particulars following: including 153,266l. 5s. 10¾d. in tallies in the hands of particular Treasurers and Paymasters then remaining undisposed of, as by the account supra, p. cxviii 906,777 13 8
total Expenditure £9,868,862 14
Summary of Expenditure.
Navy 2,251,890 7
Ordnance 325,679 16 5
Army (Army in Flanders and Troops of Augmentation, Army in Spain and Portugal and Expeditionary Troops, Subsidies and Extraordinaries) 2,770,366 15
Transports 99,221 1 3
Guards and Garrisons 378,161 1 11¼
Earl of Ranelagh 734 12 5
Civil List (Wm. III) 1,829 1
Civil List Queen Anne 719,678 2
Miscellaneous payments, Annuity payments to the Bank of England, the East India Company and Annuities by public subscription 1,648,779 9
Interest paid on public debt 761,748 9
Allowance on account of Mordecai Abbot 3,996 2 10½
Remain in Cash in the Exchequer and in tallies in the hands of Treasurers and Paymasters 906,777 13 8
£9,868,862 14
General Abstract: Expenditure 1707 (Remains).
Statement of Remains in Cash in the Exchequer and in tallies in the hands of Departmental Treasurers and Paymasters at Michaelmas 1707. £ s. d.
Customs continued to 1 Aug. 1706 13,675 14 7
Customs continued from 1 Aug. 1706 28,202 1
Additional Tonnage and Poundage, part of the Queen's Civil List, including 223l. 10s.d. for the late King William's debts 22,112 8
Arrears of the Duty on Coffee, &c, for the Transport debt 22 12 1
Duties on Low Wines, &c., for loans anno 1705 1,306 6 11
Continued Impositions, for loans 34,945 15
25 per cent. Duty on French goods 1,305 18
5s. per ton on French ships 17 15 0
Additional Impositions for loans 2,166 0
Arrears of the Duties on Coals, anno 1698, for loans 1 19
Coals, culme and cinders anno 1703, for loans 10,386 19
One Third Tonnage and Poundage anno 1704, for loans 2,212 0 4
Two Thirds Tonnage and Poundage anno 1705 for loans 10,732 16 8
Duties on Whale fins, 1 Anne, c.7. 205 17
Hereditary and Temporary Excise, part of the Queen's Civil List 25,401 15
Arrears of ditto before 8 March 1701–2 56 9 11¾
3,700l. per week of Excise 78,523 6
Arrears of the Double 9d. Excise ended 17 May 1697 64 14 1
Arrears of the Double Excise 4 7
Arrears of the 21 pence per barrel Excise 11 18
9d. Excise for the Lottery Tickets 93,655 5
9d. Excise for the Bank and for Annuities 29,478 1 5
9d. Excise for 99 years 65,516 4
Duties on Malt, Mum, &c., pro anno 1703 1,791 13
ditto pro anno 1704 430 7
ditto pro anno 1705 3,636 8
ditto pro anno 1706 30,051 9 11
ditto pro anno 1707 314 17
12d. per bushel of Salt 20,287 0
Stamp Duties continued 1 Anne 1,994 18 3
[Post Office or] Letter money 325 12 2
Tenths of the Clergy 3,456 16
Seizures, whereof 20l. for the late King William's debts 789 15 5
Brewers' forfeitures 151 1
Revenue of the Savoy Hospital 1,644 9 l
Sale of tin 5,449 7
Sale of First Fruits 1,950 4 9
Sheriffs' proffers 208 7 1
Fines and Forfeitures 100 0 0
Money recovered from Nutin, late Paymaster of the Transports 200 0 0
Four and a Half per cent. 58 1
Rent of Hackney Coaches 283 5
Capitation Subsidies 13 16
Arrears of Duties on Marriages, &c. 2,900 13
Duties on Houses for windows 5,444 5
Fourth 4s. Aid 1 16 0
Second 3s. Aid 83 1 6
Second 2s. Aid 6 13
Two Thirds of the Fourth 3s. Aid 869 12
Fifth 4s. Aid and Subsidies 331 18 9
Sixth 4s. Aid 3,131 6
Subsidies 131 3 8
Seventh 4s. Aid 653 10
First Poll 0 2 0
Second Poll 0 9 0
First Quarterly Poll 1 5 6
First 4s. Aid 0 9 0
Second Quarterly Poll 32 17 0
Second 4s. Aid 81 16 0
Eighth 4s. Aid 2,707 8
Ninth 4s. Aid 26,481 13 3
Tenth 4s. Aid 10,759 18 10½
Loans on tin 550 0 0
Loans on the 3,700l. per Week of Excise 496 15
Loans on the Fifth 4s. Aid and Subsidies 1,343 7 11
Contributions for Annuities anno 1704 1 15
ditto anno 1706 7,659 16 10
Loans on the Tenth 4s. Aid anno 1707 4,888 11
Loans on Malt anno 1707 5,301 12 10
Contributions for Annuities anno 1707 26,358 4 7
Loans on several Subsidies and Impositions anno 1707 10,532 8 5
On the Fond for paying annuities purchased anno 1706 as per the account, supra, p. cxix 107,831 5 4
On the Fond for paying Annuities purchased anno 1707: as per the account, supra, p. cxx 41,783 6 11
total Remains in Cash 753,511 7
Remains in tallies undisposed of in the hands of particular Paymasters and Treasurers as by the Account, supra, p. cxviii 153,266 5 10¾
total Remains at Michaelmas 1707 £906,777 13 8
Account of Unappropriated Moneys 1706–7.
Account of Unappropriated moneys 1706 Michaelmas to 707 Michaelmas.
Extract of so much of the aforegoing accounts as relates to the Money arisen between Michaelmas 1706 and Michaelmas 1707 upon certain Fonds and Revenues unappropriated by Parliament.
Debtor or Charge.
to Cash remaining in the Exchequer at Michaelmas 1706 out of unappropriated Revenues, viz.: £ s. d. £ s. d.
of Customs ended at Xmas 1699 471 6 10
of the 25 per cent. in French goods 25 0
of the Surplus of the East India Company's Fond at Michaelmas 1706 12,075 14 8
of the Quit Rents of Virginia 995 10 0
of the rent of Hackney Coaches 830 0 0
of the Additional Aid of 12d. per £ 1 3 6
14,398 15
to Cash for the produce of unappropriated money at the Exchequer between Michaelmas 1706 and Michaelmas 1707, viz.:
Customs ended at Xmas 1699 100 0 0
25 per cent. on French goods 1,944 2 10½
5s. per ton on French ships 42 10
Plantation Duties 1,408 12
arrears of the Double Excise 4 7
arrears of the 21d. per barrel Excise 11 18
brewers' forfeitures, including 395l. 4s. 5d. remaining in the Exchequer at Michaelmas 1706 546 5
Virginia Quit Rents 2,745 10
balance of an account for Sick and Wounded in the late Dutch War paid in by John Evelyn, Esq. 244 4 7
rent of Hackney Coaches 1,200 0 0
revenue of Prizes, including 500l. Salvage money 10,500 0 0
more, being charged on the Receiver for Prizes to be paid toward the loss and damages upon the ship Worcester 6,465 15 0
Arrears of Sundry Taxes granted by Parliament in the late war, viz.:
First Poll 0 2 0
Second Poll 0 9 0
First Quarterly Poll 1 5 6
First 4s. Aid 0 9 0
Second Quarterly Poll 32 17 0
Second 4s. Aid 81 16 0
25,330 4
£39,728 19 7
Creditor or Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
by paid to Sir Thomas Littleton, Treasurer of the Navy, upon account for he services following, viz.:
for arrears of pay, in part, to the Lieutenants of the two Marine Regiments which were broke in the year 1698; 145l. 15s.d. out of the 25 per cent. on French goods; 11l. 5s. 0d. out of the 5s. per ton on French ships; 304l. 10s. 5d. out of Plantation Duties; 2,155l. 15s.d. out of Virginia Quit Rents: in all 2,617 5 11
for the Charge of [Col. Edward] Nott's passage to Virginia when he went as Governor: out of Virginia Quit Rents 242 0 0
for the charge of Col. Hunter's passage who succeeded Mr. Nott as Governor of Virginia: out of the rent of Hackney Coaches 242 0 0
3,101 5 11
by paid to James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, upon account or the services following, viz.:
to answer bills of exchange for the service of Gibraltar; 100l. out of Customs ended at Xmas 1699; 353l. 1s. 0d. out of the 25 per cent. on French goods 453 1 0
for the Elector Palatine in full of the charge of his Journey to Vienna for the Good of the Common Cause, viz. 96l. 9s. 6d. out of the 25 per cent. on French goods; 13l. 10s.d. out of the 5s. per ton on French ships; 354l. 15s. 1d. out of Plantation Duties; 395l. 4s. 5d. out of brewers' forfeitures; 567l. 9s.d. out of the rent of Hackney Coaches; 549l. 6s.d. out of Prize money 1,976 14 10
2,429 15 10
by paid to John How, Paymaster of Guards, Garrisons and Land Forces, for the services following, viz..
for Guards and Garrisons, anno 1703, 471l. 6s. 10d. out of Customs ended at Xmas 1699; 22l. 18s.d. out of the 25 per cent. on French goods; 14l. 14s.d. out of Plantation Duties ;470l. 17s. 1d. out of the rent of Hackney Coaches; 1l. 3s. 6d. out of the Additional Aid of 12d per £: in all 981 0 3
for the 5,000 men for Sea Service, out of Prize money 9,950 13
for arrears to dead and removed pensioners of Chelsea Hospital to the time of their deaths or removals, 44l. 19s.d. out of the 25 per cent. on French goods; 416l. 7s. 11½d. out of the rent of Hackney Coaches: in all 461 7 9
for out-pensioners of Chelsea Hospital: out of Virginia Quit Rents 643 5 1
12,036 6
Creditor or Discharge. £ s. d £ s. d.
by paid to the Earl of Ranelagh late Paymaster of the Forces, for account to pay the Auditors their fees for passing his accounts: out of the Plantation Duties 734 12 5
by paid [allowed] to John Evelyn towards a debt owing from the Crown to Sir Richard Browne in the time of Charles II: out of imprest money repaid by the said Evelyn 244 4 7
by paid to Robert Griffith for services at Highlake [Hoylake] anno 1689 about the Forces then under the Duke of Schomberg: out of the rent of Hackney Coaches 50 0 0
by paid to the owners of the ship Worcester towards their loss and damages: out of Prize money 5,000 0 0
by paid to the said ship's crew towards their loss and damages: out of Prize money 1,465 15 0
6,465 15 0
by paid to the Earl of Stamford: out of Virginia Quit Rents: for arrears on his allowance as one of the Commissioners for Trade in the late [King William's] reign 700 0 0
by principal repaid [of loans] on the Sixth 4s. Aid anno 1703 out of the Surplus at Michaelmas 1706 of the East India Company's Fond 11,607 10 0
by paid interest of loans on this tax: out of the said surplus 468 4 8
12,075 14 8
37,837 15
by [unappropriated] cash remaining in the Exchequer undisposed at Michaelmas 1707:
of the 25 per cent on French goods 1,305 18
of the 5s. per ton on French ships 17 15 0
of the arrears of the Double Excise 4 7
of the arrears of the 21d. per barrel, Excise 11 18
of brewers' forfeitures 151 1
of the rent of Hackney Coaches 283 5
of arrears of sundry taxes granted by Parliament in the last war 116 18 6
1,891 4
£39,728 19 7
Civil List Account 1706–7.
Extract of so much of the aforegoing accounts as relates to the Neat Money arisen for the Civil List between Michaelmas 1706 and Michaelmas 1707.
Debtor or Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
to cash remaining in the Exchequer at Michaelmas 1706: of the
Additional Tonnage and Poundage 7,636 12
Hereditary and Temporary Excise 5,371 18 7
Letter or Post Office money 374 3 1
Seizures of uncustomed, &c., goods 101 9
Fines and Forfeitures 25 0 0
Loans on tin 9,671 18 4
23,181 1
Debtor or Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
to cash for the neat produce of these [Civil List] Revenues from Michaelmas 1706 to Michaelmas 1707: on
Additional Tonnage and Poundage 255,953 3 11¼
Hereditary and Temporary Excise (over and above the 3,700l. per week) 281,459 14
Revenue of the Post Office 56,927 12 5
First Fruits and Tenths of the Clergy, so far as those Revenues are charged at the Exchequer with pensions payable by the Crown 12,625 0 0
Fines on Alienations 1,500 0 0
revenue of Wine Licences 2,900 0 0
[Sheriffs'] Proffers 1,064 15 7
Compositions in the Exchequer 60 0 0
Seizures of uncustomed goods 24,695 18
Land Revenue of the Crown 1,225 7 7
wood sales or the value of timber delivered to the Navy by the Surveyor General of the Woods [out of the royal forests] 10,306 10 6
rents [reserved] on grants 41 16 8
Fines and Forfeitures 832 7 2
profits of the Hanaper 27 4 7
Imprest money repaid 6 4 0
649,625 15
loans made on credit of her Majesty's tin 107,689 5 4
£780,496 2
Creditor or Discharge.
by payments for account of the Civil List between Michaelmas 1706 and Michaelmas 1707.
payments at the Exchequer.
to the Cofferer of the Household 79,841 14
to the Treasurer of the Chamber 27,785 13 9
to the Master of the Great Wardrobe 17,394 5
to Thomas Lloyd, Paymaster of the Works 803 3
to Charles Dartiquenave who succeeded the said Lloyd 24,786 19 10¾
to the Paymaster of the Works at Windsor 3,553 14
to the Master of the Horse for extraordinaries of the Stables 13,000 0 0
to Foreign Ministers on their ordinary entertainment 38,559 0 0
to ditto on their extraordinaries 16,006 18
to fees and salaries [payable at the Exchequer] 72,293 9 10¾
to pensions and Annuities payable at the Exchequer 26,660 17 0
to Edward Nicholas for Charities established by the Queen 12,300 12 10
to ditto for the French Protestants 7,500 0 0
to Spencer Compton, who succeeded the said Nicholas: for the Queen's Charities 12,027 15 10
to ditto for the French Protestants 15,000 0 0
to the Band of Pensioners 4,500 0 0
to [Royal] Bounties 2,646 18 6
to Sir Charles Hedges, Secretary of State: for Secret Service 1,044 10 6
to Robert Harley, Secretary of State: for ditto 3,250 0 0
to Charles, Earl of Sunderland, Secretary of State: for ditto 2,250 0 0
to William Lowndes, Secretary to the Treasury: for ditto 22,100 0 0
to jewels or presents in lieu of jewels to foreign ministers 3,368 5 0
to Samuel Smethin, her Majesty's Goldsmith: for plate 3,280 4 10½
to the Privy Purse per Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough 25,500 0 0
to Contingencies: to wit
Law charges 5,000l.; Surpluses to sheriffs and others on their accounts 851l. 8s.d.; reward for sundry services 7,796l. 13s. 6d.; the Queen's printers on their bills 2,195l. 3s. 4d.; riding charges and Messengers [of the Chamber] 1,048l. 5s. 0d.; liberates of the Exchequer 5,860l. 14s. 11¾d.; sundry incidents and disbursements 5,103l. 5s. 0d.; rent of Mote Park 450l.; city wine impost 100l. 16s. 0d.; Lord Cheyne for purchase of lands at Chelsea 602l. 2s. 5d. 29,008 8
towards building Blenheim House 30,000 0 0
to Henry Scobell on account of the tin affair 127,250 0 0
for arrears to the late King's servants and family.
to the Earl of Bradford for arrears due in the Office of Wm. III's Cofferer 73 0 0
to Visc. FitzHardinge for arrears due in the Office of the Treasurer of Wm. III's Chamber 1,000 0 0
to the Earl of Manchester on his arrears as Ambassador to France 1,220 0 0
624,005 12
Payments at the Excise Office
to the Prince of Denmark 25,000 0 0
to the Duke of Northumberland 3,000 0 0
to the Duke of Southampton 3,750 0 0
31,750 0 0
Payments at the Post Office.
to the Prince of Denmark 20,250 0 0
to several on pensions, ut supra, p.lxxxviii 28,125 0 0
48,375 0 0
704,130 12
Creditor or Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
by payments at the Exchequer out of Civil List revenues to publique services within the same time.
to Sir David Nairn, upon account for the pay of the Forces in Scotland: out of Additional Tonnage 6,743l. 7s. 0d.; out of Sheriff's Proffers 121l. 13s. 0d. ; out of loans on tin 5,135l. : in all 12,000 0 0
to Peter Hume, Esq., for services relating to the war: out of loans on tin 3,547 10 0
to the Treasurer of the Navy for Wear and Tear anno 1706 3,154l. out of wood sales; for ditto anno 1707 7,152l. 9s. 0d. out of wood sales: in all 10,306 10 6
to ditto for Mitford Crow, Governor of Barbados, for the charge of his passage thither: out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 367 0 0
to the Treasurer of the Ordnance for John Orlebar et al. to encourage an invention for ejecting liquid fire: out of Additional Tonnage 200 0 0
to James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, for Monsieur Flotard 300l.; for the Marquis de Miremont 400l. [in both cases] for particular service in Italy: out of Hereditary and Temporary Excise 700 0 0
27,121 0 6
731,251 12.
by cash remaining in the Exchequer at Michaelmas 1707.
of the Additional Tonnage and Poundage 21,888 18
of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 25,401 15
of the Post Office or Letter money 325 12 2
of Sheriffs' Proffers 208 7 1
of Seizures of uncustomed goods 769 15 5
of Fines and Forfeitures 100 0 0
of loans on tin 550 0 0
49,244 9 1
£780,496 2