Declared Accounts 1707
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'Declared Accounts 1707: Navy', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 22: 1708 (1952), pp. CCLXXI-CCXCI. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90537 Date accessed: 23 November 2014.


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DECLARED ACCOUNTS: NAVY AND VICTUALLING
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1726, ROLL 149.
Dame Anne Littleton, widow and sole executrix of Sir Thomas Littleton, Bt., decd., late Treasurer of the Navy and Victualling.
1 January 1706–7 to 31 December 1707.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: Remaining in the hands of this Accomptant 653,239 11
depending on persons named in the previous Accompt, being money imprest to them 1,232,248 14
Money received from the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term, 5–6 Anne, in full payment of 2,000,000l. under privy seal 11 Dec. 3 Anne 104,703 12 3
ditto in part of 2,000,000l. under privy seal of 10 Dec. 5 Anne 936,258 4
Easter term, 6 Anne, in part of the same 695,750 11
Michaelmas term, 6–7 Anne, in full of the same 367,991 3 9
ditto in part of 2,000,0002l. under privy seal of 18 Dec. 6 Anne 638,508 15
2,743,212 7
Charge. £ s. d.
Supers and imprest Bills cleared within the time of this Accompt by defalking the like sums from sundry persons (detailed) 13,889 4 11¾
Money received for goods and provisions sold (detailed) 18,137 3
Rent of the Chatham Yard 30 0 0
On accompt of the Victualling: money received of sundry persons (detailed) 8,851 19 6
Total charge £4,669,609 1 6
Discharge.
Emptions and Provisions (detailed) 368,431 12 11
Freight and Transportation 14,481 15 7
Interest at 6 per cent. per an. for money due to tradesmen and others 13,804 4 0
Salary and entertainments of the Lord High Admirals' Council, the Navy Commissioners, clerks, etc. (detailed, including Sir George Rook, vice-admiral of England; Sir Cloudesley Shovell, one of the Council to H.R.H. Prince George of Denmark, Lord High Admiral; Sir Stafford Fairborne, ditto; Sir David Mitchell, ditto; Robert Walpole, ditto; George Churchill, ditto; Richard Hill and Henry Paget ditto, each for ¾ year; Sir Charles Hedges, President of the Admiralty Court; Sir Thomas Littleton this Accomptant; Josiah Burchell, Secretary to H.R.H. Prince George; John Waters, Esq., Assistant to the Admiralty and Navy Council; William Ethrick Esq., Counsel to the Admiralty and Navy; Villers Bathurst, Judge Advocate of the Fleet; Sir William Gifford, Sir Thomas Hopson, Henry Greenhill and Anthony Hammond, Navy Commissioners; George Tollett, ditto for ¾ year; George St. Loe, Commissioner Resident at Chatham, Isaac Townsend, ditto at Portsmouth, Lawrence Wright, ditto at Kinsale; William Wright, ditto at Lisbon; Sir Richard Haddock, Comptroller of the Navy, and other Comptrollers, etc.) 30,237 10 5
Pensions to several Officers of ships and others, detailed, including: Sir Charles Hedges; Sir Robert Holmes as administrator to Sir John Holmes, late Rear-Admiral of the Blue; Sir Ralph Delavall; Sir Edward Grigory, a former commissioner of the Navy; Sir Richard Rooth and Sir Robert Robinson, each as a former Commander-in-Chief of a Squadron; Sir Thomas Hopson for good services; Sir John Munden, Henry Killigrew, Phineas Bowles and Sir Joseph Gordon, all for long and faithful service at sea; John Fournier, master builder of the bomb vessels; several Captains and others; Master attendants at [Naval dock] yards; superannuated masters, surgeons, pursers, gunners, carpenters, boatswains, cooks, etc.; widows of Officers 15,827 2 1
Flag pay and Table Money to Sir Cloudesly Shovell, Charles, Earl of 'Peterborrow and Monmo', joint Admirals of the Fleet; Sir Stafford Fairborne, Vice-Admiral of the Red; Peregrine, Marquis of Carmarthen, ditto; Sir John Leak ditto of the White; Sir William Whetstone, Rear-Admiral of the Blue; Sir George Bing, Vice-Admiral of the Blue; Sir John Jennings, Rear-Admiral of the Blue; John Benbow, Vice-Admiral of the Blue; Sir Thomas Dilks, Rear-Admiral of the Red; George Churchill, Admiral of the Blue and William Kerr as Rear-Admiral commanding a Squadron at Jamaica 15,759 5 0
Half pay to Matthew Aylmer, Israel Munds, Robert Johnson, Capt. Richard Dickenson, Capt. William Davis, Sir John Whetwange and Sir James Wishart 852 8 9
Rewards and bounties to several persons upon several extraordinary occasions, detailed (for care of troops; for inspecting the rebuilding of ships; for instructing youths in seamanship; for court martial work; for replacing buoys at Spithead, etc.) 3,149 14 7
Disbursements of various natures, detailed (travelling expenses, pressing of seamen, etc.) 58,005 18 3
Wages or pay by bill, detailed 8,439 1 4
Rebuilding and price of ships: to John Brewer, Receiver General for Prizes, for the Cruiser formerly a French privateer, taken by the Tryton, for the Enterprize formerly a French man-of-war taken by the same and for stores from the St. Michael's Prize; to Robert Hewers, late master of the Mary sloop sunk in fight against a French privateer off the Isle of Wight; The Commissioners for Prizes for Gunnage and Tonnage of the August man-of-war, taken from the French, and for the Elephant flyboat, a French prize; George Moore for the Heyling hoy; John Brewer for the Tryton's Prize, a French privateer taken by the Tryton; Edmund Dummer for the Ferret and Weazel sloops built by him; William Johnson for rebuilding the Plymouth; John Brewer for the captors of the Starr, a French man-of-war taken by the Swallow, for the Faulkland prize, for sails, etc., taken from the Hope prize at Vigo and for the Valeur, a French privateer taken by the Worcester. 16,979 1 3
Travelling charges 3,390 10 6
Victualling charges 3,097 6 3
Pilotage 4,033 16 9
Free gifts and medicines to several surgeons for furnishing their chests 1,385 18 8
Tithe to the Rector of Stoke Damerel 5 0 0
Law charges (to Charles Bissell for attendance at Winchester Assizes) 7 2 10
Land purchase (Plymouth) 55 0 0
Counting of money (for the easier payment of ships) 195 12 6
Promiscuous payments for stores (detailed) 1,531 6 0
House Rent of the Principal Officers of the Navy and of other places hired (detailed) 1,172 17 11
Salaries and wages to Commanders, Officers and seamen of ships:
£ s. d.
Anglesea (1 June 1705–30 June 1706) 3,368 19 9
Arundell (3 March 170½–30 June 1706) 9,413 15 3
St. Anthonio (1 July 1703–31 Aug. 1706) 1,013 10
August (7 Sept. 1705–30 June 1706) 3,368 14
Advice (1 July 1704–30 June 1706) 7,175 7 10½
Advice Prize (9 July 1704–30 June 1706) 2,589 14 8
Anthelope (7 April 1703–30 June 1706) 12,102 0 11
Adventure (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 2,644 8
Bonadventure (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 3,837 18
Bedford (1 July 1704–30 June 1706) 11,777 9 10½
Berwick (1 July 1704–30 June 1706) 11,891 2
Bedford galley (1 July 1704–30 June 1706) 4,994 4 11¾
Bristol (1 July 1704–30 June 1706) 7,017 1
Burlington (1 July 1705–3 July 1707) 8,636 7
Bonetta (1 July 1704–30 June 1706) 1,600 18 8
Britannia (21 Jan. 1706/7–7 Aug. 1707) 3,784 17 7
Burford (1 July 1704–30 June 1706) 10,340 16 10
Commett bomb (7 June 1706–10 Oct. 1706) 169 9
Chatham's Prize (1 July 1705–24 Dec. 1707) 2,160 2
Chester (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 3,642 1 11½
Content hulk (1 April 1706–30 Sept. 1706) 154 11 9
Discharge. £ s. d.
ditto (1 Oct. 1706–31 March 1707) 177 17 5
Cleaveland yacht (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 591 2 2
Canterbury (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 4,475 19
Cambridge (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 6,400 16
Cumberland (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 6,521 4 11
Chatham (12 Sept. 1705–30 June 1706) 1,950 7 10¾
Dragon (1 July 1704–21 Nov. 1706) 7,988 2 4
Dolphin (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 1,809 7
Dorsetshire (1 July 1705–11 March 1706/7) 10,260 11
Dover (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 3,850 13
Dilligence (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 834 0 8
Deal Castle (1 July 1703–3 July 1706) 4,274 1 0
Dreadnought (20 Feb. 1705/6–30 June 1706) 1,156 12 4
Dunwich (1 July 1705–30 June 1706). 1,532 10 10¾
Dartmouth (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 4,213 9
Devonshire (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 7,180 3
Exeter (1 July 1705–19 Feb. 1706/7) 8,503 8
Edgar (1 July 1704–8 Jan. 1706/7) 13,591 7 11¼
Essex (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 6,142 3 11
Faukland (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 3,763 1
Fox (16 June 1705–28 Aug. 1706) 1,730 7
Feveraham (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 2,340 4
Fly brigantine (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 766 1 7
Faulcon (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 2,208 16
Fubbs yacht (1 July 1704–30 June 1706) 1,617 16 9
Folkstone (1 July 1704–30 June 1706) 5,877 11
Firme (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 5,992 9
Ferrett (5 April 1705–25 May 1706) 864 4
Gosport (1 July 1705–28 July 1706) 2,083 1 5
Greenwich (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 3,335 9 8
Prince George (1 July 1704–20 Jan. 1706/7) 25,084 10
Grafton (1 July 1704–30 June 1706) 12,002 0
Garland (3 May 1703–30 June 1706) 8,351 14
Greyhound (1 July 1704–30 June 1706) 4,984 7
Griffin (1 July 1704–18 Dec. 1707) 3,155 11
Henrietta (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 651 15 3
ditto (1 July 1706–30 June 1707) 641 15 1
Hazardous (1 July 1704–19 Nov. 1706) 10,352 9 5
Hampshire (1 July 1705–11 March 1706/7) 6,612 19 11
Hampton Court (1 July 1704–30 June 1706) 12,074 12
Haistings (8 Dec. 1705–9 Feb. 1706/7) 2,311 0 10
Hector (1 July 1704–30 June 1706) 5,258 3 10½
Hunter (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 868 6 11
Jersey (1 July 1705–19 Sept. 1707) 8,460 5
Isabella (1 July 1705–18 Dec. 1707) 1,816 8 6
Kent (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 6,580 3
Katherine (1 July 1704–30 June 1706) 1,297 5 1
London (12 Dec. 1706–25 June 1707) 3,427 15 7
Lizard (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 1,524 19
Lewis Prize hulk (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 558 7 2
Lark (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 2,802 2
Lyme (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 2,104 7
Leopard (1 July 1703–30 June 1706) 12,009 17 3
Mary galley (1 July 1703–3 Jan. 1706/7) 8,926 18
Mountague (1 July 1704–30 June 1706) 10,223 6
Merlin (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 785 18
Margate (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 1,701 6 0
Mary yacht (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 660 17 0
Discharge. £ s. d.
Mary (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 5,290 13
Monk (15 Dec. 1705–30 June 1706) 2,652 18 11
Nonsuch (1 July 1703–30 June 1706) 10,174 4
Nightingall (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 1,694 9 11
Northumberland (29 March 1705–30 June 1706) 6,369 10
Newport (1 July 1703–30 June 1706) 5,178 15 10¾
Royall Oake (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 6,558 0
Oxford (15 Dec. 1705–30 June 1706) 1,916 11
Poole (26 March 1705–30 June 1706) 2,412 10
Pembroke (1 July 1703–10 Jan. 1706/7 17,613 8
Postillion Prize (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 825 16
Penzance (1 July 1703–30 June 1706) 5,474 17
Peregrine galley (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 1,113 5 5
Queenbro' yacht (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 112 1 11
Queenbro' (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 1,553 13 10¼
Rye (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 2,173 0
Ruby (18 Feb. 1705/6–30 June 1706) 1,215 12 0
Ramilies (11 Dec. 1706–3 Nov. 1707) 7,400 6 6
Reserve (1 July 1704–30 June 1706) 7,137 12
Rochester Prize (1 July 1705–30 June 1706 1,439 15 1
Ranelagh (1 July 1704–24 March 1706/7) 18,842 0
Rochester (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 3,839 3 2
Roebuck (10 April 1704–30 June 1706) 5,597 2
Russell (1 June 1707–18 Aug. 1707) 173 7 11
Soesdike yacht (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 655 17 8
Swiftsure (27 Dec. 1705–30 June 1706) 1,513 9 1
Southampton (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 3,730 4 11½
Sun prize (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 1,531 2 2
Strombelo (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 2,064 18 6
Scarbro' (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 1,779 2
Suffolk (1 July 1704–25 March 1707) 15,392 13 11½
Solebay (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 1,562 13 2
Shoreham (1 July 1703–30 June 1706) 7,028 15
Seaford (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 1,846 4
Salamander (13 March 1705/6–21 May 1707) 717 14 4
Swallow (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 3,819 19 9
Swift (4 Nov. 1704–30 June 1706) 1,270 1 10
Tyger (8 April 1703–30 June 1706) 11,708 16
Tartar (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 2,163 19 3
Terrable (15 Dec. 1704–30 June 1706) 1,159 1
Vulture (1 July 1703–30 June 1706) 2,580 4
Vulcan (1 July 1705–20 Oct. 1707) 2,129 5 11
Woolwich (1 July 1704–30 June 1706) 7,676 17 8
Warspright (13 April 1706–30 June 1706) 629 13 10
Warwick (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 3,080 7 1
William and Mary (1 July 1705–30 June 1706) 839 10 4
Weazell (1 July 1705–18 Dec. 1707) 2,612 13
Amity hoy (23 Jan. 1706/7–22 March 1707) 12 15 1
Adventure smack (22 Dec. 1705–3 May 1707) 182 12 11
Ann yacht (23 Jan. 1706/7–2 May 1707) 44 19 2
Ann and Frances ketch (23 Jan. 1706–2 Oct. 1707) 110 8 1
Churchill smack (11 Feb. 1706/7–19 June 1707) 47 8 1
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Endeavour pink (23 Jan. 1706/7–26 Feb. 1706/7) 14 8 6
Friendshipp hoy (23 Jan. 1706/7–17 May 1707) 49 18 10
Fordwitch ketch (23 Feb. 1704/5–10 May 1707) 298 16 6
Friends Goodwill hoy (23 Jan. 1706/7–6 June 1707) 57 6 10
Fortune pink (17 Dec. 1706–12 June 1707) 63 17 3
Goodwill smack (23 Jan. 1706/7–14 April 1707) 29 7 9
Gloucester yacht (23 Jan. 1706/7–13 Aug. 1707) 90 19 1
George hoy (23 Jan. 1706/7–13 Sept. 1707) 86 19 1
Hurley smack (7 Jan. 1705/6–22 Oct. 1706/7) 102 12 7
Holygoland hoy (28 Dec. 1705–8 March 1706) 205 10 6
John and Robert hoy (13 Feb. 1706/7–27 April 1707) 28 3 11
John and Mary pink (1 Jan. 1705/6–7 June 1707) 225 1 7
John and Mary smack (31 Jan. 1706/7–30 June 1707) 44 3 1
Jane and John ship (23 Jan. 1706/7–27 Sept. 1707) 99 3 0
John and Sarah hoy (9 Jan. 1705/6–4 March 1705/6) 12 12 10
John and Bridgett yacht (18 Dec. 1706–13 Sept. 1707) 97 3 2
John and Sarah smack (8 Aug. 1707–3 Nov. 1707) 31 11 9
Leak pink (23 Jan. 1706/7–2 May 1707) 42 17 3
London yacht (21 Dec. 1705–6 June 1707) 246 3 11
Margate pink (22 Dec. 1705–30 Jan. 1706/7) 172 2 9
Mary ketch (23 Jan. 1706/7–18 June 1707) 65 7 3
Pellican ketch (15 Jan. 1705/6–9 June 1707) 309 9 0
Rochester ketch (30 Dec. 1706–12 June 1707) 60 13 10
Sarah ketch (22 Dec. 1704–23 Oct. 1706) 242 0 6
Speedwell hoy (23 Jan. 1706/7;–8 March 1706/7;) 16 16 6
Success smack (23 Jan. 1706/7–18 April 1707) 31 9 9
Sarah pink(23 Jan. 1706/7–9 June 1707) 64 9 7
Thomas and Mary hoy (17 Dec. 1706–10 June 1707) 62 1 7
Unity smack (28 Dec. 1705–1 Dec. 1707) 246 13 10
William and Elizabeth ketch (23 Jan. 1706/7–28 May 1707) 52 1 6
ditto (18 Aug. 1707–26 Nov. 1707) 42 7 6
total 586,689 7
Bounty money to volunteers 9,169 2 0
Wages to Officers, clerks and artificers in the Dockyards and Rope yards and on board Her Majesty's ships:
Deptford, in ordinary, for one year to Michaelmas 1706 3,655 14 5
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Woolwich, ditto, ditto 2,987 17 2
Chatham, ditto, ditto 7,075 17 1
Sheerness, ditto, ditto 2,294 3 5
Portsmouth, ditto, ditto 6,392 3 0
Plymouth, ditto, ditto 2,805 5 3
Harwich, ditto, 1 Jan. 1705/6 to 31 March 1707 810 7 2
Kinsale, ditto, for one year to 30 March 1707 1,685 8 1
(Total for payments in ordinary 27,706l. 15s. 7d.)
Deptford, wages in extraordinary of master-shipwrights, caulkers, joiners, labourers, etc., for one year to 30 Sept. 1706 19,374 9 3
Woolwich, ditto, ditto 18,464 8 6
Chatham, ditto ditto 37,927 19 11
Sheerness, ditto, ditto 7,120 10 3
Portsmouth, ditto, ditto 50,431 3 8
Plymouth, ditto, ditto 17,445 14 4
Kinsale, ditto for one year to 30 March 1707 731 9 8
(Total for payments in extraordinary 151,495l. 15s. 7d.)
Woolwich, rope yard workers, for one year to 30 Sept. 1706 5,543 14 0
Chatham, ditto, ditto 6,924 15 0
Portsmouth, ditto, ditto 6,492 9 7
Plymouth, ditto, ditto 3,766 0 4
(Total to rope yard workers 22,726l. 18s. 11d.)
Total 201,929 10 1
Total for emptions and provisions, land and water carriage thereof, interest at 6 per cent., salaries to officers and clerks, pilotage and house rent, travelling charges, pensions and half pay, disbursements, rewards, voluntary diet, counting of money, land purchase, law charges, wages on the pay-books, wages in the dockyards, etc., and other incidental expenses 1,358,630l. 5s.d.
Money paid to widows and orphans of seamen slain particularly in fight against the French in 1704 2,277 14 4
On accompt of the Victualling:
emptions and provisions (detailed) 336,623 8 1
freight and transportation 20,157 2 6
interest at 6 per cent. 18,318 12 0
balances of victualling accompts (detailed) 21,766 16 3
workmanship and repairs 4,825 2 6
disbursements as entered in the ledger 1,678 19 5
salaries to the Commissioners and other Officers and clerks of the Victualling Office (detailed, including Thomas Coleby, Henry Vincent, Kenderick Edisbury, Denzil Onslow, Thomas Bere, Thomas Reynolds and Thomas Harlow, Esqs., Commissioners) 5,952 16 7
wages to persons employed in the victualling (detailed) 19,241 9 11
rents of the Victualling Office, wharves, storehouses, etc. 813 9 7
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
necessary money and extra-necessary money 16,039 5 4
short allowance money 9,784 14 5
travelling charges 27 2 6
total on accompt of the Victualling 455,228 19 1
Ordinary Allowances 23 6 8
Allowed the Accomptant's Chief Agent (Mr. Francis Hawes). 42 10 0
Total discharge £1,816,202 15
And so remains £2,853,406 6
whereof depending on divers persons for moneys imprested: £ s. d.
As shown in the Accompt 29 May 1699–31 Dec. 1700 39,506 3 2
ditto for the year to 31 Dec. 1701. 86,088 9
ditto ditto to 31 Dec. 1702 178,739 7
ditto ditto to 31 Dec. 1703 219,502 10
ditto ditto to 31 Dec. 1704 228,994 15
ditto ditto to 31 Dec. 1705 225,362 2 9
ditto ditto to 31 Dec. 1706 254,055 6
on Thomas Savery Esq. Treasurer of Sick and Wounded and on Walter Whitfeild Esq. Paymaster of the Marines, within the time of this Accompt as detailed therein 161,526 0
total £1,393,774 14
And so this Accomptant is Indebted £1,459,631 11
Declared 23 March 1713–14.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: NAVY: SICK AND WOUNDED.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2564.
Thomas Savery, Treasurer To The Commissioners Of Sick And Wounded Seamen and Prisoners of War.
From 30 June 1706 to 1 July 1707 (sic).
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining at the end of the last Accompt 1,915 7 0
depending upon sundry persons named in that Accompt for money imprested to them 26,872 17 11¾
Receipts: from the Treasurer of the Navy: for subsisting Prisoners of War, April, May, and June 1706 4,200 0 0
for defraying the current expenses of the the Office 6,000 0 0
for subsisting Prisoners of War, July, August, and September 1706 4,200 0 0
for clearing the debts of the Office, Michaelmas and Midsummer quarters 1705 15,131 0 0
for answering foreign Bills of Exchange 4,000 0 0
for clearing the debts of the Office to Ladyday 1706 14,641 2
for subsisting Prisoners of War from the end of Sept. 1706 to 16 Jan. 1706–7. 4,900 0 0
53,072 2
total charge and receipts £81,860 7
Discharge.
paid for cures, conduct money, quarters, funerals and contingent charges of Sick and Wounded Seamen and salaries to agents, physicians and others at the several ports and places, viz.:
£ s. d. £ s. d.
Bristol 78 1 11
Bideford 37 2 4
Cowes 15 15 0
Dover 370 1 10
Deptford 306 16 2
Dartmouth 685 17 10
Deal 1,574 15 1
Gosport 5,430 2
Gravesend 120 11 4
Harwich 55 0 0
Ireland 1,783 13 2
Lisbon 440 14
miscellanies 2,697 2 10
Newcastle 555 3 8
Portsmouth 294 5 0
Plymouth 5,432 1
Pembroke 256 19 4
Rochester 2,816 17
Southampton 42 5 8
Sheerness 855 3
West Indies 2,295 11
Woolwich 228 19 4
Weymouth 171 15 6
her Majesty's allowance of 2d. per diem to sundry seamen discharged from the London hospitals in order to return to their respective ships and for their quarters until they could be admitted into the said hospitals 675 13 0
27,220 9
payment for subsistence, quarters, cures, fees, funerals and other contingent charges on accompt of Prisoners of War and for salaries of agents, physicians and others at the several ports and places, viz.:
Bristol 6 15 8
Bideford 11 11 11
Dover 1,240 16 2
Deal 30 8 9
Dartmouth 33 19 0
Farnham 47 10 0
Guernsey 100 0 0
Gosport 34 15 3
Harwich 5 0 0
Ireland 4,561 6 11
Jersey 49 19 11¾
London 7 2
Lisbon 37 10 0
miscellanies 18 4 7
Newcastle 198 15 9
Plymouth 8,489 12 0
Pembroke 127 8 7
Rochester 7 16 10
Rye 17 7 9
Southampton 641 11 7
Weymouth 135 1 6
15,802 14
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
payments for salaries, incidents, house rent and other disbursements:
salaries of the Commissioners (Philip Herbert and William Churchill, Dr. Richard Adams and Dr. Thomas Lawrence for one year at 300l. each and James Chase from 3 June 1706 to 31 March 1707 at the same rate), and their clerks etc. 2,298 1 6
stationery 141 14 0
rent for one year 60 0 0
office contingencies 618 19 1
Auditor's fee 100 0 0
3,218 14 7
total payments and allowances £46,241 18
And so remains 35,618 8 11¾
whereof depending on Agents, named, for Sick and Wounded Seamen at the following places for money imprested to them, viz.:
£ s. d.
Deal 200 0 0
Dover 100 0 0
Falmouth 180 0 0
Gosport 400 0 0
Hull 32 0 0
Ireland 125 0 0
Lisbon 4,870 0 0
Plymouth 300 0 0
Rochester 100 0 0
Sheerness 45 0 0
Shields 25 0 0
West Indies 4,915 14 2
contingent charges 1,650 0 0
ditto for Prisoners of War at:
Dover 1,660 0 0
Farnham 650 14 8
Guernsey 1,800 0 0
Gosport 300 0 0
Ireland 300 0 0
Jersey 980 0 0
London 660 0 0
Lisbon 1,500 0 0
Plymouth 3,000 0 0
Pembroke 200 0 0
Southampton 6,396 1 9
miscellanies 225 0 0
transportation 2,046 3 8
£32,660 14 3
And so this Accomptant is Indebted £2,957 14
Declared 21 May 1711.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: NAVY: PRIZE SHIPS: CASH ACCOUNT.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 1818, ROLL 471. (fn. 1)
John Brewer, Receiver General of moneys arising by sale of Prize Ships.
24 June 1706 to 24 June 1707.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in his hands on the determination of the last Accompt 35,818 5
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
depending on several persons as at the foot of that Accompt for money imprested to them 1,331 0 6
total arrears 37,149 5
Receipts: moneys received upon the sale of prize ships and goods adjusted within the time of this Accompt:
for prize ships and goods taken in the year ended Midsummer 1705:
wine and brandy out of the St. Anne of Stockholme 54 17 5
wine and canvas out of the Europe 814 9 10¼
salt out of the Fortune of Brest 8 8 0
wine out of the Hope of Stockholme 177 7 11
wine out of the St. James of Rosco 21 10 0
wine out of the Postilion of Bilboa 24 13 3
salt out of the Providence of Dunkirke 12 16 0
salt out of the St. Peter Dogger 0 12 1
the ship la Seine, a man of war 726 10 0
the ship Star, ditto 567 0 0
the ship Valeur, ditto 546 4 0
for prize ships and goods taken in the year ended Midsummer 1706:
wine and stum out of the Angel Raphael 29 15 8
the ship St. Anthony of Bayonne, and wool and resin taken in her (ship 81l., goods 747l. 16s. 2d.) 828 16 2
the ship St. Francisco (or St. Francis of Bilboa) and wool, iron and 'liquorish' taken in her (ship 83l., goods 1,126l. 2s. 2d.) 1,209 2 2
the ship Jane of Ribereau and 'beveridge' taken in her (ship 32l., goods 3l. 17s. 0d.) 35 17 0
brass guns out of a 'Sattee' brought home by the Kent 562 0 11
the ship Robert Salee and fish and salt out of her (ship 105l., goods 401l. 14s. 7d.) 506 14 7
salt and sails out of the St. Thomas 102 10 0
for prizes taken within the time of this Accompt:
brandy out of the St. Anthony of Padua 886 15 1
the ship Betty Gally and sugar, indigo and annatto out of her (ship 234l., goods 1,749l. 8s. 1d.) 1,983 8 1
the ship St. Esprit of St. Jean de Luz and fish out of her (ship 120l., goods 477l. 15s. 0d.) 597 15 0
the ship James of Nants 116 5 0
the ship Mary of Bayonne and iron, iron hoops and canes out of her (ship 32l., goods 479l. 9s. 1d.) 511 9 1
annatto and sugar out of the Jesus 512 7 5
the ship Vanquer and her cargo 179 9 0
11,016 13
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
moneys received on the sale of prizes of which the accompts were not adjusted within the time of this Accompt:
white wine out of the Prophet Daniel taken in 1703 80 11 2
part of the cargo of the Happy Returne, taken in 1705 1,000 0 0
steel out of the St. Francis of Marseilles, taken in 1706 30 19 10
goods out of the Nra Signora de Bon Hora, ditto 734 5 9
rosin out of the Salvator of Stetin 57 3 5
sundry prize ships and goods taken within the time of this Accompt:
'sugar, jallop, cocoa nutts, venelloes, cocheneal, indigo' and other goods out of the Ameriquane 9,965 10 7
'annotto, cocoa nutts, ginger and sugar' out of the St. Mark of Nants 2,483 12 5
cordage out of the Hope 69 10 9
silver and gold brought from Jamaica as prize by the Bristol 2,487 14 6
ginger out of the Siam Merchant 172 5 7
'powder blew' out of a ship unknown 6 9 3
17,088 3 3
money received within the time of this Accompt:
for sundry lots of prize goods sold in former years being the price of the goods or the loss on resale as by certificate of William Gosselyn, Comptroller of the Accompts for prizes:
loss on resale of lot no. 71 out of the St. Andrew of Nants 37 0 1
two lots of frankincense nos. 14 and 15 out of the Count de Triers 1 7 1
Loss by resale of lot no. 54, out of the St. Lewis of Nants 55 10 0
ditto of lot no. 69 out of the St. Nicholas of Cherbro' 6 5 0
ditto of lot no. 46 out of the East Star 39 5 7
for several lots of 'clarett and rozin' out of the Salvator of Stetin 45 19 8
ditto of sugar out of the Young Benjamin 598 14 9
for the prize ship Elephant 860 0 0
loss by resale of lot no. 67 out of the Association 3 11 0
ditto of lot no. 141 out of the Aleppo Factor 4 16 0
ditto of a lot of booty from Port St. Mary no. 22 0 18 7
ditto of four lots out of the Constant pink 22 15 4
ditto of four lots out of the Sta. Cruz galleon 27 5 0
ditto of lot no. 10 out of the Dixwell ketch 2 12 10
ditto of lot no. 84 out of the Friendship 19 0 0
ditto of three lots out of the Mary man of war 63 10 8
ditto of two lots out of the Truro galleon 26 13 4
ditto of two lots out of the Two Sheriffs 124 16 0
1,940 0 11
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
remitted by the Agents at the outports of England and in foreign ports for prizes disposed of there:
Ellis Terrell at Lisbon in Portugal 21,360 2
Thomas Kirke at Genoa 1,576 6 9
Thomas Bower at Weymouth 82 2 10
Sir George Parker and Charles Goreing, Subcommissioners at Portsmouth 240 0 0
23,258 11
total received for Prize Ships and Goods within the time of this Accompt 53,303l. 9s.d.
money for the value of [the Lord Admiral's droits on] any privateers of the French and Spaniards taken by her Majesty's ships and adjudged as prize, the value whereof her Majesty by Declaration of 1 June 1702 granted to the Captors except one tenth for the Lord Admiral of England:
for the Catherine Maurice privateer condemned in the year ending Midsummer 1705 514 6 9
for the Royall privateer 479 11 0
for the Notre Dame de Bon Deliverance condemned the following year 1706 7 17 0
for the Audacious condemned within the time of this Accompt 66 0 0
for the Catherine or Fortunate Catherine 191 18 0
for the Charamante 202 0 0
for the Mary Magdalen 274 0 0
for the Marquis de Thiange 175 0 0
for the Swallow of Grandville 335 0 0
and for the Bonne Francoise 31 0 0
total 2,276 12 9
money received to clear imprests and for charges disbursed upon ships restored:
Richard Crawley, to clear an imprest 30 0 0
Thomas Smith, ditto 20 0 0
for disbursements upon the King Solomon, restored 5 11 7
for the like on another ship, name unknown 7 17 0
total 63 8 7
total charge and receipts £92,792 16 6
Discharge.
money repaid within the time of this Accompt for overpayments for sundry lots of prize goods bought before the exact quantities were known (detailed) 155 12 2
ditto for the produce of prize goods afterwards decreed to be restored (detailed) 1,428 9 7
sundry incident charges in the condemning, preserving and sale of ships 4,091 18 5
total, repayments and incidents 5,676 0 2
money paid in satisfaction of the shares of several captors remaining unpaid from previous years:
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
for the year to Midsummer 1703 28 19 1
ditto 1704 73 11 2
ditto 1705 113 15 7
ditto 1706 753 1 10¾
for prizes and plunder at Vigo and Port St. Mary's 239 9 10¾
total 1,208 17
money paid to the Officers and seamen serving in her Majesty's ships at the taking of the undernamed prizes for their respective shares of the moiety granted them by the Queen's Declaration of 1 June 1702:
in the time of this Accompt:
Looe for their shares of the St. Thomas of Malo 363 11
Deptford for their share of the Glutton 1,030 0
Medway for their share of the Elephant 1,956 8
Centurion for their share of the Sta. Margeretta of Marseilla 1,636 4 4
Rochester for their share of the Young Benjamin of Nantz 2,066 4
ditto for their shares of the John and James 720 14
Maidstone and Speedwell for their shares of the Countesse of Dunkerke and Susanna 441 5
Larke for their shares of the Two Friends of Port Lewis 77 15 10½
Orford for their shares of the prize goods taken in the St. Anthony of Padua 1,207 7 9
Kent, Suffolk, Bedford, Anthelope and Panther for their shares of the Lady of Coro St. Nicholas and St. Felix 1,299 3
the same five for their shares of the Lady of Porta Coeli 5,007 2
Newcastle for their shares of the Postillion 40 3 8
Kent and Orford for their shares of the Hope and the St. Ann of Stockholme 1,095 9 0
Ferrett for their shares of the St. Peter of Bologne 13 9
Chatham for their shares of a parcel of coffee out of the Bonheur or Good Luck of Dunkirke 89 18
ditto for their shares of the Catherine Maurice 822 16 11½
Worcester and Pembroke galley for their share of the Count de Triers alias Triguier 130 10
Berwick for their shares of the St. Michael of Nantz 32 5
Hampshire for their shares of the St. Peter Dogger, of the Henry L'Isle de Dieu, of the St. Peter of Newport and of the Angell Raphael 522 1
Kent for their shares of several pieces of ordnance taken in a Spanish sattee 382 7 9
Weymouth for their shares of the Benjamin of Rochell 6 11 3
Monke for their shares of the Sancta Maria (alias Pelican) 53 10 11¾
Rochester for their shares of the Belle Brune of Havre de Grace 139 2 4
ditto and Mary for their shares of the Post or Postilion of Bilboa 1,284 12
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Crowne for their shares of the Fortune of Dunkirk and of the Fortune of Brest 249 9
Rye for their shares of the Betty galley and her cargo 895 2
Weymouth for their shares of the St. Esprit of St. John de Luz 248 11 3
Chatham for their shares of the Europe and her cargo 671 17 7
Hampton Court for their shares of the Seignra del Carmen 208 17 6
Sir Stafford Fairborne for his shares of the St. Anthony of Bayonne, Mary of Bayonne, St. Francis of Bilboa, Robert Salee and Jane of Riberou taken by a squadron under his command 167 15
Swallow for their shares of the 'Tunnage and Gunnage' of the Starr, a French man of war (in lieu of moiety) 436 8
Falkland, Dreadnought and Fowey and the Rainbow privateer for their share of the Tonnage and Gunnage of the La Seine, a French man of war taken into her Majesty's service 604 12
Speedwell and Shoreham for their shares of the St. Paul, Jolly, Nostre Dame de Bon Secours and the Tryumphant 'at their appraised values,' the ladeings thereof being given to be distributed amongst the poor inhabitants of Nevis and St. Christopher's 1,545 4 6
total to captors of ships 25,446 17 11
Salaries of the Principal Commissioners, Subcommissioners and other Officers of the Prizes; rent of the Prize Office; necessaries and incidents; paid out of her Majesty's share of Prizes:
Salaries: London, 5,811l. 4s. 3d.; Dover, 750l. ; Portsmouth, 682l. 14s. 3d.; Plymouth, 700l.; Bristol, 330l.; Hull, 30l.; Deal, 50l.; Cinque Ports, 75l.; due to a deceased Sub-commissioner at Plymouth, 34l. 3s. 4d.; the Receiver at Plymouth from Midsummer 1702 to Ladyday 1707, 475l. ; the agent at Newfoundland, 101l. 6s. 0d.; James Smith, one of the two joint Agents on board the Fleet, 75l. 9,114 7 10
rent of the Prize Office in York Buildings and for incidents, detailed 1,823 4
rewards: to Capt. John Gruchey, Commander of the Pembroke galley, a privateer, for the proportion allowed him by decree of the High Court of Admiralty out of Her Majesty's share of the Count de Triers, 53l. 12s.d.; to Capt. William Credo, Commander of a Dutch privateer, allowed him for giving information and assisting in the capture of two Spanish ships, The Lady of Coro St. Nicholas and The Lady of Porta Coeli, 336l. 18s.d. 390 10
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
paid James Mellesfont, Storekeeper of Prizes, London, to balance his accompt 128 16 11
paid to the Sub-commissioners and agents at the Outports, detailed, to defray incident charges 3,632 11
paid into the Exchequer by tally (receipt in margin) 10,000 0 0
total paid out of her Majesty's share of Prizes 25,089 11
Money paid out of the proceeds of privateers: incident charges in the condemnation of privateers 190 19 0
the tenth part of the net proceeds of privateers, adjudged as the perquisites of the Lord High Admiral (the Goddess Minerva, the Audacious, the Tereza, the Valincour, the Ermine, the Jesus Maria Joseph, the Bonadventure of Dunkirk, the Marquis de Chateauneuf, the Count d'Amelot, the Amazon, the Audacious of St. Malo, the Dolphin of Dunkirk, the Charmante of St. Malo, the Mary Magdalen of St. Malo and the Marquis de Thiange) 361 17 6
paid to Officers and seamen of the following ships, captors of prizes, as their shares of the nine-tenths granted under the Queen's Declaration of 1 June 1702:
Medway for their shares of the Three Provinces 756 19 8
Maidstone for their shares of the Anthony of Havre de Grace and of the Susanna 47 9
Triton for their shares of the Darquin and gunnage money 309 7
ditto for their shares of the Tereza 164 12 11¼
Charles galley for their shares of the Fortunate Princesse 24 18
Solebay for their shares of the Audacious 3 12 5
ditto for their shares of the Grand Caesar 75 5 8
Dartmouth for their shares of the St. Francis and Paul and gunnage money 393 6
Charles galley for their shares of gunnage money for La Fin 98 15 0
Rye for their shares and gunnage money of the St. Anthony of Fort Lewis 84 16
Weymouth for their shares of the Ermine of St. Malo 274 1
Medway for their shares of the Revenge 168 15
ditto for their shares and gunnage money of the St. Michael of Rosco 98 15
Rochester for their shares and gunnage money of the Dolphin of Dunkirke 231 14
August for their shares and gunnage money of the Mary Magdalen 391 7 4
Worcester for their shares and gunnage money of the Charmante of St. Malo and of the Marquis de Thiange 518 7
Weymouth, Lytchfield and Lynn for their shares of the St. Andrew of Ostend and of the Reynold of Dunkirke 334 12
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Tryton for their shares of the Royal of St. Malo 379 9 1
ditto for their shares of the Desmarist of St. Malo 361 16
ditto for their shares of the Entreprenant 332 14
Speedwell and Shoreham for their shares of gunnage money of the Adventure and gunnage money and nine tenths of the Bon Francoize 151 3 0
Hampton Court and Falcon for their shares and gunnage money of the Count d'Amelot and of the Amazon 1,845 12
and to Capt. Scott and the Officers and seamen of the Deal Castle for gunnage money for the guns on the Trompeur a French privateer 60 0 0
total of the nine-tenths paid to captors 7,107l. 12s.d.
total paid out of the proceeds of privateers 7,660 9
total, payments and allowances £65,081 16
and so remains 27,711 0
whereof depending:
on Anthony Burnaby, Secretary to the Principal Commissioners for Prizes 113 10 0
on Thomas Parry, a cooper in the Prize Office, by way of imprest 100 0 0
on Sir Thomas Littleton, bt., Treasurer of the Navy, viz.: 200l. in specie and 100l. for a medal and chain as reward for Capt. Joseph Taylour of the Charles galley for his defence of his ship against four enemy gallies in going into Nice; a like 200l. and 7l. 10s. 6d. for a medal and chain for Capt. Tudor Trevor of the Triton for bringing news of Sir George Rooke's victory off Malaga 1704; 100l. as reward to Lieut. Edward Smith, late of the Somersett, for good service at the bombardment of Gibraltar and for wounds received in action; 300l. as reward to Capt. John Baker of the Monmouth for good service and wounds in the Mediterranean; 100l. as reward to George Fairly, Lieut, of the Mountague, for good service and wounds at the bombardment of Gibraltar where he lost his leg; 1,000l. in part of 2,000l. to Sir John Leake, Vice Admiral of the White 2,007 10 6
on Mark Proudfoot late agent for prizes on board the Grand Fleet in the Mediterranean 50 0 0
on Daniel Burgesse, Solicitor for Prizes 40 0 0
2,311 0 6
And so this Accomptant is Indebted £25,399 19
Declared 22 April 1709.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: NAVY: PRIZE SHIPS: GENERAL ACCOUNT.
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1818, ROLL 472
[PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2544].
Anthony Duncombe (deceased), John Evelyn, Thomas Baker, Nicholas Pollexfen and Fleetwood Dormer, late Principal Commissioners for Prizes.
24 June 1706 to 24 June 1707.
Charge £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: depending as shown at the foot of the last General Accompt 56,210 11
Money due for Prize ships and their cargoes, etc. (privateers excepted) sold during the time of this Accompt, one half part of which is granted to the captors by the Queen's Declaration of 1 June 1702:
for prizes, the accompts of which were adjusted within the time of this Accompt., viz.:
for prizes taken in the year to Midsummer 1705: St. Anne of Stockholme; Europe; Fortune of Brest; Hope of Stockholme; James of Rosco; Postilion of Bilboa; Providence of Dunkirke; St. Peter Dogger; La Seine; L'Etoille or Star man of war; Valeur man of war
for prizes taken in the year to Midsummer 1706: St. Anthony of Bayonne; St. Franciso or St. Francis of Bilboa; Jane of Ribereau; a' sattee' taken by the Kent; Robert Salee; St. Thomas; St. Paul, Triumphant, Bon Secours and Jolly (these last four given for the relief of the inhabitants of Nevis and St. Christopher); St. Anthony of Padua (restored)
for prizes taken within the time of this Accompt; Betty galley; St. Esprit of St. John de Luz; James of Nantz; Mary of Bayonne; Name of Jesus; Vanquisher 14,271 6 10¼
for goods, etc., sold within the time of this Accompt, out of prizes the accompts whereof are not yet adjusted, viz.:
Prophet Daniel; Happy Return; St. Francis of Marseilles; Nra Seignora de Bonhora; Salvator of Stetin; Ameriquane; St. Marke of Nantz; Hope; goods from Jamaica brought by the Bristol; Pontchartrain; unknown ship supposed to be the Bonadventure 17,088 3 3
total for proceeds of prizes disposed of by the Principal Commissioners 31,359l. 10s.d.
for proceeds of Prizes and Prize goods disposed of in the outports or abroad within the time of this Accompt, viz.;
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Hope of Corke, Jane of Riberau, Post or Postilion of Bilboa, an unknown ship, incident charges, etc., by the receiver at Plymouth: goods taken at Port St. Mary's and incidents, by the Subcommissioner at Portsmouth and agent at Cowes; St. Esprit of Ollone, by the agent at Deal; Hardy boat, by the agent at Bideford; several small parcels, etc., by the late agent at Falmouth, Philippeaux of St. Malo, Europe, by the agents at Falmouth; remnants of brandy, etc., by the agent at Dartmouth; St. Paul, by the agent at Dublin; St. James of Nantes, Vanquisher, by the agent at Newfoundland; Coureau, by the agent at Rye; Concord, Nostra Seignora del Carmen St. Joseph and Les Animas, Perfect, by the agent at Gibraltar; Fleur de Mer, St. Francis de Marseilles, St. John Baptist, Lady of Vigonia and Animas, Peace of Dunkirke, Susanna of Bayonne, Two Brothers, St. Francis of Marseilles, by the agent at Lisbon; Name of Jesus, by the Agent at Virginia 12,206 18
43,566 8
total for proceeds of prizes
Overpayments to John Brewer, Receiver 296 16 4
General for Prizes, detailed 63 8 7
Money received to clear imprests 3,761 8
Money imprested to subcommissioners, etc. (detailed) for incident charges
Sale of privateers, the produce whereof less one tenth was granted to captors by the Queen's Declaration of 1 June 1702:
Royal; Catherine of Havre de Grace; Nostre Dame de Bon Deliverance; Audacious; Bonne Francoise; Catherine or Fortunate Catherine; Charmante; St. Marye Magdalen; Marquis de Thiang; Swallow of Grandville 2,276 12 9
and at the Outports:
Adelaid by the agent at Weymouth; Prince of Conti of Dunkirke by the agent at Newcastle; Adventure and Bumanoir by the agent at Dublin; Amazon, Count d'Amelot, Ermine, Jesus Maria Joseph, Marquis de Chateauneuf by the agent at Lisbon; St. Catherine or Fortunate Catherine (residue) by the agent at Newfoundland 3,254 11 9
total, sale of privateers 5,531 4 6
money overpaid to agents, etc., within the time of this Accompt, detailed 231 12 8
money received from the agent at Genoa 1,576 6 9
total charge and receipts £111,237 16
Discharge.
Money overpaid in the year ended Midsummer 1706 214 8 2
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
money paid out of the gross produce of Prizes before dividends were made:
by John Brewer, Receiver General, and allowed in his Accompt, detailed 5,676 0 2
ditto by the Subcommissioners and agents at the ports, detailed 3,622 10
9,298 10
money paid to captors of Prizes for the moiety granted them 26,655 15
money paid out of her Majesty's share of Prizes, detailed 25,862 0
money paid out of the proceeds of privateers, detailed 7,842 11
value of four Prizes given to the distressed inhabitants of Nevis and St. Christopher's 3,437 15
total payments and receipts £73,311 1 11¼
and so remains 37,926 14
£ s. d.
whereof depending on sundry persons for money imprested to them as shown in the Accompt of John Brewer 2,311 0 6
on sundry Subcommissioners and agents 9,382 11 10
on several purchasers of Prize Goods for money remaining due from them 736 3 7
and upon John Brewer as shown at the foot of his Accompt 25,399 19
ditto, for money since received 96 19
£37,926 14
and so these Accomptants are Quit
Declared 4 August 1710 and 30 Sept. 1710.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ADMIRALTY DROITS.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 2578.
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1828, ROLL 537.
John Dod, Commissioner and Receiver General of the Rights and Perquisites of the Lord High Admiral.
27 June 1705 to 27 June 1707.
See Vol. XXI, page ccxi (taken from the Audit Office Roll).
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: NAVY: COMPTROLLER AND SOLICITOR OF ADMIRALTY DROITS.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL, 2583.
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1829, ROLL 542.
John Warter, Comptroller and Solicitor of the Rights and Perquisites of Admiralty.
26 June 1706 to 26 June 1708.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the Accomptant's hands at the end of the last Accompt 144 5 3
Receipts: from John Dod, Receiver of the Rights of Admiralty 900 0 0
total charge and receipts £1,044 5 3
Discharge. £ s. d.
Money paid for prosecuting law suits and other expenses in suing for and recovering the Rights and Perquisites of Admiralty, detailed 259 7
Salaries and other expenses, detailed 689 3 3
total payments and allowances £948 10 11½
And so the Accomptant is Indebted 95 14
Declared 2 Nov. 1714.
For the Receiver's Account from 27 June 1707 to 27 June 1709, see the next year's Accounts (page cdlxx).
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: NAVY (SALVAGE MONEY).
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1828, ROLL 534.
Richard Crawley, Receiver of Salvage Money, etc.
25 March 1705 to 8 November 1709.
See Vol. XXI, p. ccxiv.

Footnotes

1 The corresponding Pipe Office Roll No. 2534 is slightly defective from damp.