Declared Accounts 1707
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'Declared Accounts 1707: Customs, General Account', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 22: 1708 (1952), pp. CCCXIII-CCCLIX. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90543 Date accessed: 25 November 2014.


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Customs, General Account

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CUSTOMS: GENERAL ACCOUNT. (fn. 1)
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 947.
Rowland Holt, Comptroller General of Customs.
26 December 1706 to 25 December 1707.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the hands of the several Receivers and Collectors of Customs as at the foot of the last General Accompt:
for the Customs and subsidies of tonnage and poundage 149,169 4
for the duties on coffee and tea 3,383 19 11¼
for the additional duties on coffee, etc. 452 1 4
for the tonnage duty on French ships. 176 7 11
for the new subsidy which expired 1 Feb. 1699–1700 (26,093l. 18s.d.) and for that which expired 8 March 1701–2 (8,89l. 1s. ¾d.) 34,923 10
for the new subsidy since 8 March 1701–2 89,306 1
for the one-third subsidy before 8 March 1706–7 36,760 7
for the two-thirds subsidy 8,488 6
for the additional impositions on poundage goods 32,456 17 10
for the impost of 15 per cent. on India goods 1 14
for the French duty of the second 25 per cent. and per ton 17,557 2
for the coinage duty 1,195 7 1
for the duty on whale fins, etc. 4,237 0
total arrears 378,108 1
Charge. £ s. d.
Receipts: money due and payable and received or secured by the several Receivers and Collectors within the time of this Accompt:
for the Customs and subsidies of tonnage and poundage:
London Port:
Sir Thomas Crisp, Receiver of the Grand Receipt of Customs Outwards, in money 14,269 16 1
Timothy Thornbury, Receiver of the Customs Outwards on leather, in money 1,167 7 3
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver of the Grand Receipt Inwards (money 165,378l. 14s. 3d., bonds 19,777l. 19s. 3d.) 185,156 13 6
do. as Receiver of the Customs on Wines and Vinegar (money 75,551l. 12s. 3d., bonds 1,178l. 17s. 11½d.) 76,730 10
do. as Receiver of the Customs on Plantation Goods (money 99,630l. 1s.d., bonds 45,156l. 7s. 7d.) 144,786 9
(total Londonport 422,110l. 16s. 3d.)
Outports:
Robert Rowe, Barnstaple (money 320l. 18s.d., bonds 81l. 8s.d.) 402 6 7
William Lewis, Beaumaris 150 3
Lionel Norman, Berwick 248 13
Edward Nealson, do. 3 4 11½
George Moore, do. 0 19 9
Samuel Oldfield, Boston 150 14 3
William Cornish, Bridgwater 289 6
John Sansome, Bristol (money 45,030l. 4s. 10½d., bonds 10,763l. 1s.d.) 55,793 16
John Bolitho, Bideford (money 2,443l. 17s. 10d. bonds 1,414l. 12s.d.) 3,858 10
Charles Jones, do. (money 149l. 11s.d., bonds 35l. 12s. 6d.) 185 3
Joseph Sewell, Carlisle 104 11
Edmund Smith, Chester 1,727 3
Henry Baker, Chichester 31 15
James Bruce, Colchester 273 18
Thomas Cole, Cowes (money 457l. 10s.d., bonds 296l. 6s. 6d.) 753 16
Thomas Jenkinson, Dartmouth 331 16 10¾
Lancelot Whitehall, Deale 66 17 11¾
Robert Bretton, Dover 569 9
Lancelot Whitehall and William Veel, do 28 15 11¾
Richard Score, Exeter 4,161 4 11¼
Rawleigh Radford, Falmouth (money 1,086l. 14s.d., bonds 557l. 13s.d.) 1,644 7 10
John Smallman, Feversham 422 2
James Pilson, Fowey (money 345l. 3s. 10¾d. bonds 298l. 3s.d.) 643 7
Robert Meadows, Harwich 94 17 11
Hugh Mason, Hull 7,828 9
John Knackstone, Ipswich 123 1 0
Joseph Bently, Lancaster (money 1,268l. 7s.d., bonds 744l. 16s.d.) 2,013 4
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Sir Barnabas Scudamore, Liverpool (money 23,194l. 5s. 1d., bonds 12,128l. 2s. 5d.) 35,322 7 6
John Dyer, Looe 2 0 8
Thomas Jans, Lyme 796 18
John Kent, Lynn 3,316 16
David Morris, Milford (money 635l. 12s. 10¾d., bonds 292l. 3s.d.) 927 16 5
Francis Webber, Minehead 558 17
Anthony Isaacson, Newcastle (money 7,893l. 13s.d., bonds 466l. 7s. 7d.) 8,360 0 10½
Alexander Shoebridge, Newhaven 13 15 6
John Bligh, Padstow 136 18 0
Ambrose Thompson, Penryn (money 387l. 6s. 10¾d., bonds 56l. 16s.d.) 444 3
Charles Jones, Penzance 170 2
Richard Score, do. 2 18 6
William Pierson, Plymouth (money 5,881l. 13s.d., bonds 638l. 4s.d.) 6,519 17
William Chamberlaine, Poole (money 493l. 13s.d., bonds 242l. 7s. 0d.) 736 0
Samuel Bincks, Portsmouth (money 2,003l. 7s. 11d., bonds 102l. 15s. 5d.) 2,106 3 4
William Jennings, Poulton 60 3 10¼
John Pope, Rochester 1,045 3
George Shuckburgh, Rye 74 9
Jeffry Haford, Sandwich 130 4
Adam d'Cardonnell, Southampton 309 15 10¼
Francis Medcalfe, do 1,705 0
Thomas Lowson, Stockton 1,539 17
William Etterick, Sunderland 1,690 4 2
William Seys, Swansea 149 5 6
Nicholas Saunders, Truro 51 8
Charles Northecote, do. 57 0 9
Thomas Bower, Weymouth 707 15
George Trotter, Whitby 36 15
John Clough, Whitehaven (money 10,922l. 2s. 5d., bonds 9,334l. 16s.d.) 20,256 19
Thomas Clarke, Yarmouth 1,890 11
(total outports 171,021l. 9s.d.) total tonnage and poundage 593,132 5 11¾
for the new duty on coffee and tea: London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver of the Grand Receipt, for the new duty (money 6,607l. 5s.d., bonds 925l. 2s. 6d.) 7,532 8
do. on the Plantation Receipt in money 328 18 6
(total London port 7,861l. 6s.d.)
Outports.
Barnstaple 0 15 0
Bristol 128 17 6
Chester 3 15 0
Deal 2 2 0
Exeter 79 6 6
Falmouth 15 15 0
Hull 0 9 0
Plymouth 692 15 11¾
Rochester 5 12 0
Whitehaven 1 18 0
Yarmouth 70 11
(total outports 1,001l. 17s. 7d.) total for the duties on coffee and tea 8,863 4
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
for the new additional duty on coffee. London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver of the Grand Receipt (money 42,255l. 11s.d., bonds 1,500l. 6s. 11½d.) 43,755 18 8
do. on the Plantation goods Receipt in money 336 7 0
(total London port 44,092l. 5s. 8d.)
Outports.
Barnstaple 0 15 0
Berwick 2 6 8
Bristol 168 19
Bideford 0 6 5
Chester 4 11 0
Chichester 0 5 8
Cowes 0 16
Deal 2 2 0
Exeter 79 6
Falmouth 15 17 0
Hull 2 15
Liverpool 0 16 10¼
Looe 0 1 7
Lyme 2 17 8
Newcastle 2 4 10
Plymouth 1,210 14 7
Portsmouth 4 6
Rochester 5 12 0
Southampton 0 10 6
Whitehaven 1 18 0
Yarmouth 72 8 10¼
(total outports 1,579l. 12s.d.) total for the new additional duty on coffee 45,671 18
for the new subsidy since 8 March 1701–2:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver of the Grand Receipt, for the new subsidy (money 128,559l. 14s.d., bonds 42,851l. 14s.d.) 142,411 8 5
do. for the duty on Plantation Goods (money 37,552l. 5s.d., bonds 44,528l. 4s. 3d.) 82,080 9
do. for the duty on wines (money) 46,172 2 2
(total London port 270,664l. 0s.d.)
Outports:
Barnstaple (money 91l. 3s.d., bonds 81l. 8s.d.) 172 11 10¼
Beaumaris 50 9 10¼
Berwick 131 2 11½
do 0 15
do 2 11 6
Boston 119 3
Bridgwater 203 16 6
Bristol (money 21,987l. 5s.d., bonds 10,356l. 15s.d.) 32,344 1
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Bideford (money 666l. 8s.d., bonds 1,414l. 12s.d.) 2,081 0
do. (money 68l. 11s. 10d., bonds 35l. 12s. 6d.) 104 4 4
Carlisle 80 8
Chester 191 7 2
Chichester 25 6
Colchester 194 18
Cowes (money 157l. 16s.d., bonds 219l. 6s. 0d.) 437 2
Dartmouth 210 0 0
Deal 45 10
Dover 312 11
do 15 14
Exeter 2,649 7
Falmouth (money 290l. 8s.d., bonds 539l. 5s. 9d.) 829 14
Feversham 1 14
Fowey (money 31l. 14s. 2d., bonds 298l. 3s.d.) 329 17
Harwich 79 8
Hull 3,234 3
Ipswich 92 14
Lancaster (money 225l. 5s. 11½d., bonds 744l. 16s.d.) 970 2
Liverpool (money 6,147l. 0s. 11½d., bonds 12,279l. 16s. 3d.) 18,426 17
Looe 1 19 2
Lyme (money 282l. 8s. 7d., bonds 186l. 17s.d.) 469 6
Lynn 1,994 4 6
Milford (money 111l. 16s. 7d., bonds 292l. 3s.d.) 404 0
Minehead 504 17 1
Newcastle (money 1,429l. 16s.d., bonds 466l. 7s. 7d.) 1,896 4
Newhaven 10 18
Padstow 71 6
Penryn 193 14
Penzance 1 6
do 89 14 9
Plymouth (money 3,186l. 0s. 10½d., bonds 593l. 12s.d.) 3,779 12 11¾
Poole (money 157l. 17s.d., bonds 242l. 7s. 0d.) 400 4
Portsmouth (money 1,454l. 1s. 1d., bonds 102l. 15s. 5d.) 1,556 16 6
Poulton 15 9
Rochester 915 10
Rye 49 1 6
Sandwich 97 7 11½
Southampton 163 11
do 958 10 7
Stockton 201 8
Sunderland 72 6 10¾
Swansea 33 3 1
Truro 37 6
Weymouth 417 4
Whitby 25 12
Whitehaven (money 270l. 19s.d., bonds 9,329l. 17s. 6d.) 9,600 16 10¾
Yarmouth 1,317 5
(total outports 89,015l. 16s. 11½d.)
total for the new subsidy 359,679 17 2
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
for the one-third subsidy on poundage goods before 8 March 1706–7
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver of the Grand Receipt (money 11,946l. 4s. 10½d., bonds 1,002l. 9s. 3d.) 12,948 14
do. on Plantation goods (money 5,380l. 16s. 8d., bonds 7,481l. 19s.d.) 12,862 16
do. on Wines 3,475 15 0
(total London port 29,287l. 5s. 6d.)
Outports:
Barnstaple (money 2l. 17s. 2d., bonds 27l. 2s. 10¾d.) 30 0
Beaumaris 0 16
Berwick 4 10 11¼
Bristol (money 3,572l. 5s. 5d., bonds 1,902l. 17s.d.) 5,475 2
Bideford (money 79l. 1s. 9d., bonds 262l. 6s.d.) 341 8
Carlisle 26 0
Chester 89 16 0
Chichester 0 4
Colchester 6 16 11¼
Cowes 5 10 9
Dartmouth 0 14
Deal 0 4
Dover 1 15
Exeter 192 15
Falmouth (money 362l. 17s. 10¾d., bonds 39l. 11s. 8d.) 402 9
Fowey (money 2s.d., bonds 99l. 7s.d.) 99 10
Harwich 1 4
Hull 108 15
Ipswich 2 2
Lancaster (money 72l. 0s.d., bonds 163l. 6s. 11½d.) 235 7
Liverpool (money 780l. 14s.d., bonds 1,285l. 11s. 8d.) 2,066 6
Lyme 94 10
Lynn 4 17 10¾
Milford (money 23l. 14s. 10d., bonds 97l. 7s. 10d.) 121 2 8
Minehead 3 13
Newcastle 27 7 7
Penryn 0 4 1
Penzance 8 9 10¾
Plymouth (money 242l. 9s. 1d., bonds 98l. 5s. 11¼d.) 340 15
Poole (money 21l. 17s. 10¾d., bonds 80l. 15s.d.) 102 13 7
Portsmouth 27 16
Rochester 30 19 1
Sandwich 15 16
Southampton 32 0 6
Stockton 1 7
Swansea 7 17
Weymouth 188 1
Whitehaven (money 18l. 6s.d., bonds 1,617l. 19s.d.) 1,636 5
Yarmouth 21 17 5
(total outports 11,757l. 8s.d.)
total for the one-third subsidy to 8 March 1706–7 41,044 14
Charge. £ s. d.
for the one-third subsidy from 8 March 1706 on poundage goods:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver of the Grand Receipt (money 30,796l. 8s.d., bonds 3,614l. 15s. 6d.) 34,411 4
do. on Plantation goods (money 6,733l. 0s. 0d., bonds 7,544l. 15s.d.) 14,277 15
do. upon wines (money) 16,658 1 3
(total London port 65,347l. 0s. 10d.)
Outports:
Barnstaple 27 7
Beaumaris 16 0
Berwick 39 3
do. 0 17
do. 0 5
Boston 39 14 8
Bridgwater 67 18 11¾
Bristol (money 3,733l. 6s.d., bonds 1,428l. 2s.d.) 5,161 9
Bideford (money 140l. 2s.d., bonds 209l. 4s.d.) 349 6 10¾
do. (money 22l. 17s.d., bonds 11l. 17s. 6d.) 34 14
Carlisle 0 15 11¾
Chester 107 5 8
Chichester 4 14
Colchester 58 2 10½
Cowes (money 46l. 16s. 11½d., bonds 93l. 1s. 11½d.) 139 18 11
Dartmouth 68 7
Deal 14 18 10¾
Dover 1,473 1
do 5 4 10½
Exeter 678 15
Feversham 0 11
Falmouth (money 226l. 9s. 9d., bonds 140l. 3s.d.) 366 13
Fowey 9 18 9
Harwich 25 5
Hull 969 5 11
Ipswich 28 15 11¼
Lancaster (money 27l. 5s.d., bonds 55l. 10s. 10¼d.) 82 16
Liverpool (money 1,399l. 18s.d., bonds 2,607l. 15s.d.) 4,007 13
Looe 0 13
Lyme 114 3
Lynn 660 5 11¾
Milford 12 17
Minehead 164 12 10½
Newcastle (money 449l. 6s. 11¾d., bonds 155l. 9s. 3d.) 604 16
Newhaven 3 12
Padstow 22 15
Penryn 64 7
Penzance 23 4
do 0 8
Plymouth (money 561l. 10s. 5d., bonds 109l. 10s.d.) 671 0
Poole 27 2 5
Portsmouth (money 486l. 5s.d. bonds 34l. 5s.d.) 520 10 10¾
Poulton 5 3 2
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Rochester 274 5
Rye 1,088 12
Sandwich 30 15
Southampton 38 12 11¾
do. 832 8
Stockton 65 14
Sunderland 24 2
Swansea 3 2
Truro 12 8 11
Weymouth 86 7
Whitby 8 11
Whitehaven (money 71l. 19s.d., bonds 1,491l. 19s.d.) 1,563 18 9
Yarmouth 417 5
(total outports 21,121l. 4s.d.)
total for the one-third subsidy since 8 March 1706–07 86,468 4 10¼
for the two-thirds subsidy:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver of the Grand Receipt (money 76,448l. 11s. 11d., bonds 9,234l. 9s.d.) 85,683 1
do. on Plantation goods 947 15
do. on wines 29,586 3
(total London port 116,217l. 0s.d.)
Outports:
Barnstaple 58 11
Beaumaris 33 13
Berwick 38 1
do. 1 14
do. 0 10
Boston 79 9
Bridgwater 129 12
Bristol 4,397 14
Bideford 310 14
do. 45 14
Carlisle 53 12
Chester 394 4 4
Chichester 9 18
Colchester 130 0 3
Cowes 104 15
Dartmouth 138 4 0
Deal 22 5
Dover 201 14 10¼
do. 10 9
Exeter 1,387 19
Falmouth 194 13
Feversham 1 2
Fowey 20 2
Harwich 52 18
Hull 2,156 2
Ipswich 61 16
Lancaster 11 6
Liverpool 629 14
Looe 1 6
Lyme 90 16
Lynn 1,330 11
Milford 11 0 4
Minehead 336 12 8
Newcastle 940 11 10½
Newhaven 7 5
Padstow 2 18
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Penryn 129 2 11½
Penzance 55 8
do 0 17
Plymouth 697 8
Portsmouth 955 13
Poole 71 3 7
Poulton 10 6
Rochester 608 18 4
Rye 32 14
Sandwich 64 10
Southampton 96 6 11¼
do 450 12 11¼
Stockton 134 5 8
Sunderland 48 4 7
Swansea 21 19
Truro 24 17
Weymouth 120 1 0
Whitby 17 1
Whitehaven 85 17
Yarmouth 878 6
(total outports 17,901l. 16s.d.)
total for the two thirds subsidy 134,118 16 10¾
for the additional impositions on poundage goods:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver of the Grand Receipt (money 25,563l. 3s.d., bonds 1,704l. 4s. 2d.) 27,267 7 11½
do. upon Plantation goods 2,662 4
do. on French wine 2,954 1
(total London port 32,883l. 13s.d.)
Outports:
Barnstaple (money 13s.d., bonds 18l. 16s. 3d.) 19 10
Beaumaris 8 12
Berwick 35 13
do 0 0
Boston 0 3 10¾
Bridgwater 0 3
Bristol (money 1,304l. 2s. 11¼d., bonds 133l. 9s.d.) 1,437 11 ll¾
Bideford (money 119l. 0s. 1d., bonds 409l. 9s. 1d.) 528 9 2
do (money 18l. 3s.d., bonds 43l. 12s.d.) 61 16 6
Carlisle 3 17 8
Chester 290 5 10¼
Chichester 0 13 4
Colchester 32 0
Cowes (money 11l. 10s. 9d., bonds 3l. 12s. 10¾d.) 15 3
Dartmouth 23 14
Deal 6 12 2
Dover 37 4
do 0 11
Exeter 308 2
Falmouth 256 10
Feversham 0 0
Fowey 0 9
Harwich 41 19
Hull 705 6 4
Ipswich 6 5
Lancaster 3 16 3
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Liverpool 454 4
Looe 6 7
Lyme 86 14 11¼
Lynn 50 13 11½
Milford 7 12 11
Minehead (money 14l. 14s.d., bonds 81l. 4s. 11d.) 95 19
Newcastle 438 16
Penryn 0 11
Penzance 10 14
Plymouth 542 5 3
Poole 36 17 8
Portsmouth 648 6
Poulton 2 0
Rochester 414 7
Rye 17 9 11¼
Sandwich 8 2
Southampton 11 5 0
do 648 9
Stockton 82 13 10¾
Sunderland 20 11 11½
Swansea (money 3s. 9d., bonds 2s.d.) 0 6
Weymouth 99 1
Whitby 3 1
Whitehaven 48 8
Yarmouth 314 19 6
(total outports 7,874l. 15s. 11½d.)
total for the additional impositions on poundage good: 40,758 9
for the second 25 per cent. and per 'tonn':
Bristol 14 7 11
Cowes 4 16
Dartmouth 2 5 0
Rye 56 12 6
Weymouth 1 2
total for the second 25 per cent. 79 4
for the impost of 15 per cent. on India goods:
Sir John Shaw bt 42,207 6
for the coinage duty:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on wine and vinegar 5,631 4
do. on brandy and mum 386 8 0
(total London port 6,017l. 12s.d.)
Outports:
Barnstaple 0 1
Bridgwater 17 0
Bristol 234 6
Bideford 26 19 11
Chester 30 11
Chichester 6 6
Colchester 0 15 6
Cowes 0 10 11
Dartmouth 9 3
Deal 3 5
Dover 44 18
Exeter 100 0 6
Falmouth 17 13 7
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Feversham 0 5 0
Fowey 0 2 6
Harwich 0 0 10
Hull 154 6
Liverpool 34 16 10
Lyme 15 2
Lynn 244 5
Milford 0 5
Minehead 6 11 11
Newcastle 36 12 6
Penryn 7 14 2
Penzance 1 18
do 0 5 0
Plymouth 59 4
Poole 11 3
Portsmouth 46 7
Rochester 3 18
Rye 3 2 6
Southampton 38 4 3
do 190 15
Stockton 0 7
Swansea 1 17 11
Weymouth 15 8
Whitehaven 6 7 10
Yarmouth 5 10 6
(total outports 1,376l. 10s. 0d.)
total for the coinage duty 7,394 2
for the duties on whale fins, etc.
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver of the Grand Receipt 2,570 10
do. on Plantation goods 41 14 l
(total London port 2,612l. 4s.d.)
Outports:
Berwick 30 2
do 0 7
Carlisle 105 0
Cowes 0 6 7
Hull 39 7 11¾
Lancaster 1 5
Liverpool 3 16 3
Newcastle 21 17
Poole 9 13
Whitehaven (money 1l. 18s.d. bonds 42l. 18s. 5d.) 44 16 11¼
(total outports 256l. 15s.d.)
total for the duties on whale fins 2,869 0 0
total receipts from the above-mentioned duties, etc. 1,362,287 3
Payments by Collectors (detailed by places and Collectors) over and above the money received within the time of this Accompt, to be allowed in succeeding Accompts:
for the customs and subsidies of tonnage and poundage 123,631 7 0
for the new duty on coffee 2,396 15
for the additional duty on coffee 5,465 3 10¼
for the French tonnage 18 7 6
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
for the new subsidy ending 1 Feb. 1699–1700 187 11 4
do ending 8 March 1701–2 2,748 13 5
do. since 8 March 1701–2 4,049 3 7
for the one third subsidy before 8 March 1706–7 1,512 15
do. since 8 March 1706–7 441 12
for the two thirds subsidy 3,575 9
for the additional impositions 14,188 10
for the second 25 per cent. and per tonn 45 4 0
for the coinage duty 166 4 7
for the duty on whale fins 33 1
total overpayments 158,460 0 5
Interest received on bonds given for payment of the Customs of the new subsidy since 8 March 1701–2; of the one third subsidy before 8 March 1706–7; and of the one third subsidy since 8 March 1706–7 201 19
total charge and receipts aforesaid £1,899,057 4 10½
Discharge. £ s. d.
Money paid or remitted by Receivers and Collectors to Henry Ferne, Receiver General and Cashier of Customs, and accompted for by him in his Cash Accompt for this year:
for the customs and subsidies of tonnage and poundage 451,361 6 1
for the new duty on coffee and tea 1,033 1 3
for the new additional do. 45,884 1 9
for the new subsidy ending 1 Feb. 1699–1700 1,695 15 3
for the new subsidy ending 8 March 1701–2 884 12
for the new subsidy since 8 March 1701–2 287,437 13
for the one third subsidy before 8 March 1706–7 35,573 16 3
for the one third subsidy since 8 March 1706–7 65,715 16
for the two thirds subsidy 130,195 4 4
for the French tonnage 31 5
for the additional impositions 40,174 11 11¼
for the second 25 per cent. and per tonn 1,675 15
for the impost of 15 per cent. on India goods 42,207 6
for the coinage duty 6,915 2 11½
for the duty upon whale fins, etc. 3,095 11
1,123,881 0 0
money defalked by Collectors, etc., detailed, as overpaid within the time of the preceding Accompt:
for the customs, etc., of tonnage and poundage 112,082 9
for the new duty on coffee and tea 98 19 10¾
for the French tonnage 18 7 6
for the new subsidy ending 1 Feb. 1699–1700 173 17 10
for the new subsidy ending 8 March 1701–2 2,711 16
for the new subsidy since 8 March 1701–2 1,233 2
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
for the one-third subsidy before 8 March 1706–7 520 8
for the two-thirds subsidy 432 1
for the additional impositions 12,840 6 2
for the second 25 per cent. and per tonn 45 4 0
for the coinage duty 165 5 0
for the duty on whale fins 32 3
130,354 1
salaries of Collectors, etc., in the outports:
Barnstaple cum membris (Barnstaple and Ilfracombe) 244 10 0
Beaumaris 210 0 0
Berwick cum membris 521 8 11
Boston cum membris 425 0 0
Bridgwater 320 0 0
Bristol 4,111 7 6
Bideford cum membris (Bideford and Clovelly) 650 0 0
Carlisle 285 0 0
Chester 590 0 0
Chichester cum membris (Chichester, Shoreham, 'Werden Point' Arundel, Littlehampton, 'Felsham' Pagham, Siddlesham and the Isle of Selsey, Cockbush) 1,331 4
Colchester cum membris (Colchester, Wivenhoe, 'Brickelsea,' Maldon, Burnham) 475 0 0
Cowes cum membris (Cowes, Newport, the 'Greenhill' yacht, Yarmouth, Imber and 'Bewley') 857 10 0
Dartmouth cum membris (Dartmouth, 'Totness,' 'Torkey,' 'Bricksham,' Saltcombe, 'Staircrosse, Painton and Bantam') 802 0 0
Deal 563 4 0
Dover 1,066 0 0
Exeter cum membris (Exeter, Topsham, Seaton, 'Sydmouth,' Exmouth, Otterton, 'Lymston,' 'Tingmouth,' 'Starcrosse ') 1,522 12 10
Falmouth cum membris (Falmouth, St. Maw's, 'Helford and Helstone,' 'Gweeke') 676 7 6
Feversham cum membris (Feversham, Milton, 'Canterbury, Hurn and Reculvers,' Whitstable) 440 0 0
Fowey cum membris (Fowey, 'Polerium, Mevagizy, Parr and Bodenick') 320 0 0
Harwich (Harwich, 'Manytree') 92 10 0
Hull cum membris (Hull, 'Humber, Selby, Rawcliffe and Grimsby,' 'Pattrington and Hornsea,'York,' Sandly Mere,'Bridlington, 'Scarbrough') 1,848 16
Ipswich cum membris (Ipswich, Bardsey, Orford) 205 0 0
Lancaster 323 0 0
Liverpool cum membris (Liverpool, 'Meolls', Sankey Bridge, 'Bankfeilds', 'Fradsham', 'Isleman', Crosby) 2,203 5 9
Looe 245 0 0
Lyme cum membris (Lyme, Charmouth, 'Bridgportchidiock,' Axmouth) 475 0 0
Lynn cum membris (Lynn, Hitcham, Torrington, Steep, Wells and 'Wisbitch') 634 16 1
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Milford cum membris (Milford, Dale, Hubberton, 'Nangle' Pembroke ferry, Haverford West and Pembroke Town, Tenby, Cardigan 'Aberustith', Aberdovey, Fishguard, 'Lanathy,' 'Southbury and Carmarthen,' 'Landstepham') 802 17 2
Minehead (Minehead, Watchett) 204 12 10
Newcastle cum membris (Newcastle, 'Sheilds,' Blyth Nook, 'Newbiggen,' Hexham) 1,375 18
Newhaven 600 0 0
Padstow 220 0 0
Penryn 190 0 0
Penzance cum membris (Penzance, Marazion, Newlyn, Tonkin Cove, Scilly, St. Ives) 520 0 0
Plymouth 1,849 14 5
Poole cum membris (Poole, 'Swannage,' Studland, Brownsea, 'Sarum,' Wareham) 585 0 0
Portsmouth cum membris (Portsmouth, Fareham, Gosport, Emsworth, 'Titchfield') 548 0 0
Poulton 105 0 0
Rochester 270 0 0
Rye cum membris (Rye, East Guildford, Winchelsea, Hastings, 'Boxhill') 1,198 0 0
Sandwich cum membris (Sandwich, Isle of 'Thanett,' Margate, Broadstaires, Ramsgate) 480 0 0
Southampton 966 5 10
Stockton 260 0 0
Sunderland cum membris (Sunderland, South Shields) 404 0 0
Swansea cum membris ('Swanzey', Oxwich, Chepstow, Newport, Cardiff, 'Penruth,' Barry and 'Scully,' Aberthaw, Newton, Neath, Britton Ferry, Mumbles) 526 10 0
Truro 120 0 0
Weymouth cum membris (Weymouth, Portland, Lulworth, 'Abbortsbury') 514 8 10
Whitby 301 13 4
Whitehaven cum membris (Whitehaven, Workington, Ravenglass, 'Millan,' Parton, Allonby) 1,069 18 0
Yarmouth cum membris (Yarmouth. Woodbridge, 'Aldeburgh,' Southwold, Lowestoft, Blackney) 1,490 0
36,040 12 9
incident and necessary charges in the outports, detailed by Collectors and places 23,407 18
allowance for collecting the Coinage Duty at 4d. in the pound 123 4
repayments upon debentures to merchants, etc., on goods re-exported; detailed as above:
on the half subsidy and additional customs duty and for corn exported 54,353 8
on the new duty on coffee, etc 533 9 7
on the additional duty on coffee 3,660 17 10¼
on the new subsidy ending 8 March 1701–2 36 16
do. commencing 8 March 1701–2 35,279 19
on the one third subsidy ending 8 March 1706–7 9,688 15
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
on the one third subsidy commencing 8 March 1706–7 1,873 7
on the two-thirds subsidy 1,922 13
on the additional impositions 2,279 6
on the coinage duty 4 6 11¾
on the duty upon whale fins, etc. 86 11
109,719 11 10
repayments on certificates of over entries and of damaged or defective goods:
for the customs and subsidy of tonnage and poundage 5,939 7 10½
for the new duty on coffee and tea 32 0 0
for the additional duty on coffee 68 7
for the new subsidy ending 1 Feb. 1699–1700 97 12 9
ditto ending 8 March 1701–2 406 6
ditto since 8 March 1701–2 3,042 9
for the one-third subsidy before 8 March 1701–2 697 12
do. since 8 March 1701–2 261 5 8
for the two-thirds subsidy 297 13 2
for the additional impositions 179 10 1
for the second 25 per cent. and per ton 101 1 3
for the coinage duty 2 19
11,126 5 2
money defalked by the Collectors to merchants, etc., for portage money as usually allowed 547 18 5
money discharged by warrant 122 12 5
total payments and allowances £1,435,323 5
and so remains 463,733 19
against which depending on sundry Receivers and Collectors for money and bonds remaining in their hands at Christmas 1707, detailed by Collectors and places:
for the Customs and subsidy of tonnage and poundage: £ s. d.
London port:
for bonds remaining in the Receiver's hands at Christmas 1707; on the Grand Receipt 9,834 4
do.; on the Plantation Receipt 4,291 12 6
bonds remaining in the hands of Henry Ferne, Receiver General and Cashier of Customs, for arrears 80,517 12
the Queen's Remembrancer's Office 3,735 7 4
(total London port 98,378l. 16s.d.)
Barnstaple (bonds) 171 7 11¼
Berwick (money) 230 8 10¾
do. (do.) 0 2 0
Bristol (money 5,807l. 0s. 1d., bonds 14,321l. 0s.d.) 20,128 0
Bideford (bonds) 850 0
Chester (money 143l. 4s.d., bonds 471l. 4s. 8d.) 614 9
Cowes (bonds) 6 6 9
Falmouth (bonds) 187 6
Feversham (money) 70 11 11¾
Hull (money) 94 15
Ipswich (money) 17 12
Lancaster (bonds 67l. 9s.d., money 457l. 14s. 10¼d.) 525 4
Liverpool (money 1,481l. 5s.d., bonds 8,688l. 14s. 10¼d.) 10,170 0 8
Lynn (money) 386 17
Milford (bonds) 218 4 10¼
£ s. d.
Minehead (money) 142 14
Newcastle (money 528l. 14s. 5d., bonds 441l. 9s. 11¼d. 970 4
Padstow (money) 89 12
Penryn (money 28l. 10s.d., bonds 195l. 10s.d.) 224 0 9
Plymouth (bonds) 814 16 11
Portsmouth (money 648l. 7s.d., bonds 10l. 6s.d.) 668 13
Southampton (money) 0 6
Stockton (money) 100 3
Sunderland (money) 331 7
Weymouth (money) 34 18
Whitehaven (money 2,036l. 2s.d., bonds 6,095l. 10s.d.) 8,131 13
and on sundry late Collectors (for money unless stated):
London (Michael Weekes; money 7,985l. 0s.d., bonds 1,793l. 15s. 4d.) 9,778 15
do. (Richard Hutchinson, Solicitor) 21 2 8
Richard Kent, Receiver General 83 17
Appledore (Peter Docton) 226 15 9
Berwick (James Howard) 108 12
Bridgwater (William Massey) 33 6 8
do. (Edward Blackwall) 25 11
Bristol (John Dutton Colt) 833 7
Chester (Matthew Anderton) 34 0 2
Colchester (Robert Hebdon) 736 16
Cowes (David Horton) 197 19
Deal (Nathaniel Francklyn) 36 10 0
Exeter (Anthony Rowe) 1,767 11 6
do. (Thomas Tipping) 120 0 0
do. (Sir Edward Seymour) 500 0 0
Falmouth (Francis Isaacson) 37 13
Penryn (Edmund Harry) 9 4
Feversham (James Graham) 15 0 0
Fowey (Charles Jones) 239 19
Hull (John Holland) 2 0 2
do. (George Dickenson) 405 6 11¾
Liverpool (Edward Scarborough) 4,437 16
Looe (John Natt) 0 11
do. (James Strong) 24 6
Lynn (Robert Thorowgood) 2,165 1
do. (Robert Twells) 102 14
Minehead (Richard Sandys) 466 0 2
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson, sen.) 434 8
do. (Robert Hebburne) 607 13
do. (Sir Thomas Doleman) 18 13
do. (John Pye) 4,260 4
Padstow (Charles Anderton) 0 14 10
do. (Edward Moore) 20 0 0
do. (Gilbert Marshall) 17 11
do. (Cornelius Parminter) 135 2
Penryn (Thomas Sprye) 127 7
do. (John Kent) 47 0 9
do. (Sir Peter Killigrew) 201 0 3
do. (Thomas Ennis) 379 11
Poole (John Penhalluricke) 148 12 4
Poulton (Thomas Nosworthy) 858 7
Rochester (William Smith) 177 15
Shoreham (Ambrose Wade) 78 15
St. Ives (Nicholas Prigg) 115 0
do. (John Hix) 7 10 0
Stockton (William Dowthwaite) 564 2
do. (Sir Henry Brabant) 154 5
£ s. d. £ s. d.
do. (Henry Brabant) 190 13
do. (John Eden) 23 3
Swansea (Robert Manley) 800 19
Truro (William Benson) 196 6 11
Weymouth (George Pley, sen.) 3,525 13 l
do. (George Pley, jun.) 118 7 8
do. (Thomas Miller) 577 2
Whitby (George Macey) 27 10 3
Whitehaven (Andrew Huddlestone) 1,772 1
do. (John Fotherby) 89 4
do. (Joseph Sewell) 595 8 10¾
Yarmouth (Henry Potkins) 64 8
(total outports 83,914l. 17s. 2d.)
total 182,293 13
for the new duty on coffee:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver (bonds) 462 11 3
Outports:
Barnstaple (money) 0 15 0
Bristol (money) 898 5 1
Chester (money) 3 15 0
Cowes (money) 249 6
Dover (money) 75 19
Deal (money) 2 16 0
Exeter (money) 39 16 3
Falmouth (money) 17 1
Harwich (money) 131 1
Hull (money) 0 9 0
Portsmouth (money) 0 9 4
Rochester (money) 10 15
Rye (money) 7 17 6
Southampton (money) 15 9 9
Yarmouth (money) 87 4 2
and on sundry late Collectors (money):
London (Michael Weeks) 48 17 4
Falmouth (William Pierson) 16 12 9
do. (Edmund Harry) 16 4 10¾
Harwich (Mark Wildbore) 832 2 11½
Liverpool (Luke Singleton) 3 0 0
Newcastle (Robert Hebburne) 1 10
Penzance (John Williams) 0 2 0
Plymouth (Thomas Swanton) 13 0 1
Portsmouth (John Weaver) 5 19 4
Rochester (John Moore) 5 6 0
total 2,946 8
for the new additional duty on coffee:
London (bonds) 750 3
Barnstaple (money) 0 15 0
Berwick (money) 2 6 8
Bristol (money) 292 8
Bideford (money) 2 12 11½
Chester (money) 4 11 0
Chichester (money) 0 3
Cowes (money) 3 5
Deal (money) 3 2 0
Dover (money) 2 5 0
Falmouth (money) 20 13 1
Harwich (money) 1 19 7
Hull (money) 4 19
Liverpool (money) 1 2
Newcastle (money) 1 14
Plymouth (money) 806 3
£ s. d. £ s. d.
Portsmouth (money) 13 12 11½
Rochester (money) 8 12
Rye (money) 0 19 2
and on sundry late Collectors in money for the same:
Falmouth (William Pierson) 1 10 2
Liverpool (Luke Singleton) 7 10
do. (Edward Scarborough) 4 8 0
Newcastle (Robert Hebburne) 0 7 6
Whitehaven (John Fotherby) 1 14 3
Exeter (Richard Score) 38 16 11½
total 1,975 16
for the French tonnage (in money).
Rye 116 10 0
Truro 0 10 0
Feversham 2 5 0
Minehead 20 15
Sandwich 3 12 6
Weymouth 1 10 0
total 145 2
for the new subsidy ending 1 Feb. 1699–1700:
Henry Ferne, Receiver General (bonds) 1,861 7
the Queen's Remembrancer's Office (do.) 412 9
Beaumaris (money) 2 4
Bristol (money 937l. 19s. 10d., bonds 473l. 16s. 11½d.) 1,411 16
Bideford (money) 223 1 5
Dartmouth (money) 25 2 8
Harwich (money) 1,878 13 9
Hull (money) 373 16 10¼
Lancaster (money) 13 17 1
Liverpool (bonds) 69 19
Rye (money) 53 17 11
Southampton (money) 1,191 19 8
Stockton (money) 130 7 10½
Truro (money) 65 3
Yarmouth (money) 757 15
and on sundry late Collectors (money):
Barnstaple (Thomas Clinton) 199 5
Bridgwater (Henry Beaumont) 32 1
Bristol (John Dutton Colt) 2,362 1
Carlisle (Richard Eaglesfeild) 1,642 5 11
Chichester (James Whitwood) 138 1
Deal (James Smith) 43 18 2
Dover (Richard Bretton) 306 12
Exeter (Charles Orchard) 134 7
Feversham (Nicholas Matson) 34 7
Falmouth (George Sprye) 10 7
Fowey (John Dagg) 169 18
Harwich (Mark Wildbore) 557 2
Looe (James Strong) 50 14 10½
Liverpool (Edward Scarborough) 2,238 5
Lynn (Robert Thorowgood) 205 5
Penryn (Edmund Harry) 1 5
Plymouth (Thomas Swanton) 7,340 15
Poulton (Thomas Nosworthy) 15 5
Rochester (John Moore) 194 16
Swansea (Alexander Trotter) 104 17 10¾
Weymouth (Lodowick Jackson) 60 13 10¼
total 24,314 4
for the new subsidy ending 8 March 1701–2: £ s. d. £ s. d.
Henry Ferne, Receiver General (bonds) 2,966 9 11¼
the Queen's Remembrancer's Office (bonds) 144 14 10¾
Beaumaris (money) 0 3
Bristol (money 1,218l. 3s.d., bonds 52l. 4s. 11½d.) 1,270 8
Bideford (money) 407 18 8
Cowes (money) 76 8
Dartmouth (money) 120 16
Lancaster (money) 93 9
Liverpool (bonds) 164 16
Lynn (money) 38 7 10
Newcastle (bonds) 37 15 6
Rye (money) 33 16
Southampton (money) 10 17
Whitehaven (money) 9 19
and on sundry late Collectors (money):
Feversham (Nicholas Mattson) 4 9 6
Fowey (John Dagg) 412 15
Liverpool (Luke Singleton) 459 16 2
Milford (Walter Middleton) 473 16
Newcastle (Robert Hebburne) 21 5 1
Penzance (John Williams) 302 5
Plymouth (Thomas Swanton) 43 11 6
Poulton (Thomas Nosworthy) 212 7 10
Swansea (Alexander Trotter) 177 17 4
Weymouth (Lodowick Jackson) 44 9
Whitehaven (John Fotherby) 9 18
total 7,538 14
for the new subsidy from 8 March 1701–2:
London port:
Sir John Shaw on the Grand Receipt (bonds) 6,871 2 2
do. on Plantation goods (bonds) 4,291 12 6
Henry Ferne (bonds) 64,753 0 6
the Queen's Remembrancer's Office (bonds) 193 15
(total London port 76,109l. 10s.d.)
Outports:
Barnstaple (money 17l. 3s.d., bonds 132l. 19s.d.) 150 2
Beaumaris 16 7
Berwick 117 15 7
do. 0 15
Bridgwater 0 0
Bristol (money 2,902l. 12s. 1d., bonds 13,677l. 10s. 11d.) 16,580 3 0
Bideford (money) 359 10
do. (bonds 850l. 0s.d., money 78l. 18s.d.) 928 18
Chester (money 251l. 10s.d., bonds 167l. 11s.d.) 419 2 0
Chichester (money) 25 5
Colchester (money) 2 11
Cowes (money 531l. 6s. 10¾d., bonds 6l. 6s. 9d.) 537 13
Carlisle (money) 245 4 11½
Dartmouth (money) 438 16 10
Deal (money) 737 9 10
£ s. d.
Dover (money) 215 11 10
do. (money) 15 14
Exeter (money) 44 11
Falmouth (money 340l. 16s.d., bonds 105l. 7s.d.) 446 3
Feversham (money) 1 14 3
Fowey (money) 120 5 2
Harwich (money) 54 1
Hull (money) 154 2 8
Ipswich (money) 4 8
Lancaster (money 149l. 6s.d., bonds 17l. 9s.d.) 166 15 10¾
Liverpool (money 696l. 17s.d., bonds 8,983l. 16s.d.) 9,680 13
Lyme (money) 216 12
Lynn (money) 567 9 11
Milford (money 67l. 16s.d., bonds 223l. 6s. 10¾d.) 291 3
Minehead (money) 209 10
Newcastle (money 362l. 9s. 9d., bonds 403l. 14s.d.) 766 4
Newhaven (money) 10 18
Padstowe (money) 69 3
Penryn (money) 25 6
Penzance (money) 1 6
Plymouth (money 1,211l. 0s.d., bonds 758l. 14s.d.) 1,969 15 2
Penzance (money) 36 12
Poole (money) 26 2 4
Portsmouth (money) 584 6
Poulton (money) 13 5 1
Rochester (money) 394 13
Rye (money) 464 19 4
Sandwich (money) 37 13
Southampton (money) 122 1
do. (money) 0 0
Stockton (money) 66 12
Sunderland (money) 27 5 11¼
Swansea (money) 78 18 0
Truro (money) 89 16
Weymouth 64 18 10¾
Whitby (money) 4 1 10
Whitehaven (money 71l. 17s.d., bonds 6,132l. 7s.d.) 6,204 5 4
Yarmouth (money) 305 10
and on sundry late Collectors (money):
Boston (Charles Northcote) 75 17 5
Bideford (Richard Ustick) 99 6
Carlisle (Richard Eaglesfeild) 551 12
Chester (Thomas Tyndale) 42 18
Chichester (Samuel Binckes) 115 16
Exeter (Charles Orchard) 770 11 2
Falmouth (William Pierson) 80 16 6
Feversham (Nicholas Matson) 3 18
Fowey (Charles Jones) 31 3
Liverpool (Edward Scarborough) 1,293 12
do. (Luke Singleton) 29 0 1
Milford (Walter Middleton) 816 1 6
Newcastle (Robert Hebburne) 60 15
Padstow (Cornelius Parminter) 205 15 10¾
Penryn (Edmund Harry) 83 15
Penzance (John Williams) 231 3 4
Poole (George Savile) 269 11
Portsmouth (John Weavor) 710 5
Sandwich (William Farnolls) 13 8
£ s. d. £ s. d.
Swansea (Alexander Trotter) 138 10
Whitby (James Sedgwick) 17 17
do. (George Macey) 13 6 10½
Whitehaven (Richard Marshall) 79 16 11½
do. (John Fotherby) 102 15
do. (Joseph Sewell) 10 10
(total outports 49,961l. 1s. 8d.)
total 126,070 12
for the one third subsidy before 8 March 1706–7:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt (bonds) 482 19 8
Henry Ferne (bonds) 16,390 3
Barnstaple (money 2l. 17s. 2d., bonds 53l. 0s. 11½d.) 55 18
Beaumaris (money) 1 19
Bristol (money 5,183l. 10s. 10¾d., bonds 3,119l. 9s.d.) 8,303 0
Bideford (money) 132 10 10
do. (money 23l. 1s. 0d., bonds 182l. 18s.d.) 205 19
Chester (money) 55 16
Chichester (money) 10 1
Colchester (money) 0 1 11
Cowes (money) 31 11 11¼
Carlisle (money) 21 14
Deal (money) 154 11 0
Dover (money) 14 3 2
Falmouth (money) 363 2
Harwich (money) 1 10 1
Lancaster (money) 34 13 7
Liverpool (bonds) 578 1 10¼
Lyme (money) 62 4 11¼
Lynn (money) 14 10
Milford (money 60l. 18s. 10¾d., bonds 102l. 11s.d.) 163 9 11¼
Padstow (money) 3 6
Penryn (money) 46 14 11
Penzance (money) 25 16 2
Plymouth (money 100l. 16s.d., bonds 159l. 18s. 10½d.) 260 15 4
Portsmouth (money) 106 16 2
Rochester (money) 48 16
Stockton (money) 1 7
Swansea (money) 74 2 7
Truro (money) 16 16 8
Weymouth (money) 192 12
Whitby (money) 0 0
Whitehaven (bonds) 868 17
Yarmouth (money) 26 8
and on sundry late Collectors (money):
Barnstaple (Thomas Clinton) 60 5
Boston (Charles Northcote) 21 8
Carlisle (Richard Eaglesfeild) 188 18
Chichester (Samuel Bincks) 3 1
Exeter (Charles Orchard) 113 10 0
Falmouth (Edmond Harry) 18 6
Falmouth (William Pierson) 179 3
Fowey (Charles Jones) 9 2 1
Liverpool (Edward Scarborough) 760 12
Newcastle (Robert Hebburne) 160 1 8
Milford (Walter Middleton) 176 18
Penzance (John Williams) 32 9 11
Portsmouth (John Weaver) 1,552 7
£ s. d. £ s. d.
Poulton (Thomas Nosworthy) 1 16
Sandwich (William Farnolls) 699 2
Whitehaven 26 17
do. 84 2
total 32,838 19 2
for the one third subsidy since 8 March 1706–7:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt (bonds) 1,807 7 9
do on Plantation goods (bonds) 1,430 10 10
Henry Ferne (bonds) 5,933 3
(total London port 9,171l. 1s.d.)
Outports.
Barnstaple (money) 7 7
Beaumaris (money) 3 13 10
Berwick (money) 39 1 5
do. (money) 0 5
Boston (money) 0 0
Bristol (money 1,451l. 18s.d., bonds 1,352l. 13s. 6d.) 2,804 11 11½
Bideford (money) 49 0
do. (money 3l. 5s.d., bonds 130l. 19s.d.) 134 5
Chester (money) 64 16
Colchester (money) 0 16
Cowes (money 11l. 5s. 11¾d., bonds 2l. 2s.d.) 13 8 3
Carlisle (money) 0 15 11¾
Dartmouth (money) 26 7 5
Deal (money) 13 4
Dover (money) 1,467 19
do. (money) 5 4 10½
Exeter (money) 142 5
Falmouth (money 60l. 11s. 10½d., bonds 3l. 10s. 0d.) 64 1 10½
Feversham (money) 0 11
Fowey (money) 9 14
Harwich (money) 16 10
Hull (money) 254 17 11½
Ipswich (money) 3 11
Lancaster (money 37l. 0s.d., bonds 5l. 4s.d.) 42 5 2
Liverpool (money 204l. 8s.d., bonds 1,888l. 11s.d.) 2,092 19 6
Looe (money) 0 13
Lynn (money) 165 8
Minehead (money) 8 3
Newcastle (money 36l. 18s. 1d., bonds 134l. 11s.d.) 171 9
Newhaven (money) 3 12
Padstow (money) 22 1 11
Penryn (money) 3 19
Penzance (money) 0 8
do. (money) 22 17
Plymouth (money 310l. 7s. 8d., bonds 109l. 10s.d.) 419 17 11½
Poole (money) 7 16
Portsmouth (money 168l. 19s.d., bonds 3l. 8s. 9d.) 172 7 11½
Poulton (money) 4 8 11
Rochester (money) 23 18
Rye (money) 16 7
Sandwich (money) 12 9 5
£ s. d. £ s. d.
Southampton (money) 37 7 11¾
do. (money) 0 0
Stockton (money) 20 7 10¼
Sunderland (money) 3 12
Swansea (money) 3 2
Truro (money) 12 8 11
Whitby (money) 1 7
Whitehaven (money 342l. 18s.d.,
bonds 1,105l. 4s.d.) 1,448 3
Yarmouth (money) 55 18
(total outports 9,896l. 4s.d.)
total 19,067 6
for the two-thirds subsidy:
London:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt
(bonds): 4,580 14
Outports:
Barnstaple (money) 25 18
Beaumaris (money) 9 14
Berwick (money) 28 15 11½
do. (money) 0 10
Boston (money) 0 7
Bristol (money) 3,227 4
Bideford (money) 129 3 10¼
do. (money) 45 8
Chester (money) 38 19
Chichester (money) 9 17
Colchester (money) 1 14 11½
Cowes (money) 57 17
Carlisle (money) 46 13
Dartmouth (money) 20 11
Deal (money) 208 16
Dover (money) 407 13
do. (money) 10 9
Exeter (money) 254 0
Falmouth (money) 87 4 6
Feversham (money) 1 2
Fowey (money) 19 14
Harwich (money) 19 16 7
Hull (money) 332 12
Ipswich (money) 6 19
Lancaster (money) 16 7
Liverpool (money) 305 14
Lyme (money) 86 0
Lynn (money) 80 16 10½
Milford (money) 3 13
Minehead (money) 128 11 11¾
Newcastle (money) 260 14
Newhaven (money) 7 5
Padstow (money) 2 18
Penryn (money) 5 17 10½
Penzance (money) 83 13 6
do. (money) 0 17
Plymouth (money) 403 5
Poole (money) 15 12
Portsmouth (money) 319 6 1
Poulton (money) 8 17 10¼
Rochester (money) 218 5 1
Rye (money) 60 2
Sandwich (money) 24 16
Southampton (money) 122 4
do. (money) 0 0 5
Stockton (money) 43 10 11½
Sunderland (money) 7 7 7
£ s. d. £ s. d.
Swansea (money) 39 16
Truro (money) 58 11
Weymouth (money) 25 5 11
Whitby (money) 2 14 7
Whitehaven (money) 19 17
Yarmouth (money) 315 4
and on sundry late Collectors (money):
Barnstaple (Thomas Clinton) 43 13 10¼
Boston (Charles Northcote) 68 11
Carlisle (Richard Eaglesfeild) 265 13
Chichester (Samuel Bincks) 3 17 6
Falmouth (William Pierson) 53 16
Fowey (Charles Jones) 18 4
Liverpool (Edward Scarborough) 61 9
do. (Luke Singleton) 315 4 10½
Milford (Walter Middleton) 11 17
Minehead (Thomas Wolstenholme) 31 13 3
Penzance (John Williams) 13 6 11
Portsmouth (John Weaver) 204 19
Sandwich (William Farnolls) 0 7 10
Whitehaven (John Fotherby) 2 12
13,335 0
for the additional impositions:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt (bonds) 547 2 8
do. on Plantation goods (money) 157 0 0
Henry Ferne (bonds) 3,608 11
the Queen's Remembrancer's Office 558 3 0
(total London port 4,870l. 17s.d.)
Outports:
Barnstaple (bonds) 47 19 7
Beaumaris (money) 1 14 11¾
Berwick (money) 18 13 1
Boston (money) 0 4 3
Bridgwater (money) 0 3
Bristol (money 3,022l. 10s.d., bonds 334l. 17s. 6d.) 3,357 7
Bideford (money) 470 11
do. (money 17l. 15s. 5d., bonds 122l. 9s. 3d.) 140 4 8
Carlisle (money) 14 9 1
Chester (money) 55 7
Chichester (money) 0 13 4
Colchester (money) 7 3
Cowes (money) 537 16
Dartmouth (money) 114 17
Deal (money) 352 10 10¼
Dover (money) 373 13
do. (money) 0 11
Exeter (money) 4 13 11¾
Falmouth (money) 102 13 11¾
Feversham (money) 0 0
Fowey (money) 0 9
Hull (money) 126 17 3
Ipswich (money) 1 5
Lancaster (money) 54 18 11
Liverpool (money) 206 13 2
Looe (money) 0 1 0
Lynn (money) 40 13
Milford (money) 7 7 3
Minehead (money) 14 17
Newcastle (money) 60 4 8
Penryn (money) 0 11
£ s. d. £ s. d.
Penzance (money) 6 11 11
Plymouth (money) 476 11
Poole (money) 30 10
Portsmouth (money) 295 1
Poulton (money) 2 1 10¾
Rochester (money) 48 11
Sandwich (money) 2 8
Southampton (money) 3,563 9
Stockton (money) 132 3 3
Sunderland (money) 9 6 10½
Swansea (money) 41 3
Weymouth (money) 100 16
Whitby (money) 3 1
Whitehaven (money 8l. 2s. 10¾d., bonds 42l. 11s. 8d.) 50 14
Yarmouth (money) 105 5
and on sundry late Collectors (money):
London (Michael Weekes) 439 14 3
Barnstaple (Thomas Clinton) 27 11 11¾
Boston (Charles Northcote) 4 10 10¾
do. (John Clarke) 121 13
Bridgwater (Henry Beaumont) 6 12
Bideford (Richard Ustick) 97 17
Carlisle (William Christian) 4 6
do. (Richard Eaglesfeild) 15 11 5
Chester (Matthew Anderton) 33 5
Chichester (James Whitwood) 600 13
do. (Samuel Bincks) 69 8
Deal (James Smith) 270 15
Dover (Richard Bretton) 7,774 3
Exeter (Charles Orchard) 2 15
Falmouth (Edmond Harry) 26 15 8
do. (William Pierson) 30 10
Feversham (Nicholas Mattson) 5 8 2
Fowey (John Dagg) 212 11
Harwich (Charles Jones) 2 10
do. (Mark Wildbore) 426 10
Ipswich (Thomas Bridgman) 313 1
Liverpool (Edward Scarborough) 382 5
Lyme (Peter Southwicke) 48 13
Lynn (Robert Thorowgood) 440 13 10½
do. (Robert Twells) 0 0
Milford (Walter Middleton) 473 14 11¾
Minehead (Thomas Wolstenholme) 387 16 1
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 0 3 7
do. (Robert Hebburne) 211 10
do. (John Pye) 899 1
Newhaven (Edward Mann) 136 14
Padstow (Francis Lister) 0 18
do. (Sidney Blighe) 30 16
Penzance (John Williams) 440 0
Poole (George Savile) 725 15
Portsmouth (John Weavor) 604 4
Poulton (Thomas Nosworthy) 18 0
Rochester (John Moore) 461 9 11¾
Sandwich (William Farnolls) 49 18
Swansea (Alexander Trotter) 120 8 10¼
Whitby (George Fox) 35 1
do. (James Sedgwick) 2 8
do. (George Macey) 0 0
Whitehaven (Richard Marshall) 40 18
do. (John Fotherby) 22 7
do. (Joseph Sewell) 3 14
(total outports 27,006l. 8s. 11½d.)
total 31,877 5 11¾
for the second 25 per cent. and per ton: £ s. d. £ s. d.
Bristol (money) 145 2 6
Bideford (money) 384 3
Chester (money) 0 2
Colchester (money) 3 2 6
Cowes (money) 553 14 10½
Dartmouth (money) 330 5 2
Deal (money) 242 17
Dover (money) 6 6
Falmouth (money) 0 8 9
Hull (money) 20 1
Rochester (money) 106 7
Rye (money) 481 16
Southampton (money) 1,504 13
Stockton (money) 15 0 0
Sunderland (money) 11 1
Swansea (money) 19 10 3
Truro (money) 40 5
Weymouth (money) 1 2
and on sundry late Collectors in money for the same:
Bristol (John Dutton Colt) 1,809 11
Chichester (James Whittwood) 1,992 5
do. (Samuel Bincks) 253 0 10
Deal (James Smith) 313 4 1
Exeter (Charles Orchard) 1 5 0
Feversham (Nicholas Mattson) 38 3 5
Falmouth (Edmond Harry) 15 2 9
Fowey (John Dagg) 863 11 5
Looe (James Strong) 793 9 11
Liverpool (Edward Scarborough) 7 17
Minehead (Thomas Wolstenholme) 114 8
Newcastle (Robert Hebburne) 62 8 11¾
Penzance (John Williams) 800 7
Poole (George Savile) 3,195 14
Penryn (Sidney Bligh) 92 14
do. (Edmund Harry) 224 11
Plymouth (Thomas Swanton) 607 10
Portsmouth (John Weaver) 362 19
Poulton (Thomas Nosworthy) 11 18 9
Swansea (Alexander Trotter) 78 0
Weymouth (Lodowick Jackson) 345 3
Whitehaven (Richard Marshall) 10 0
total 15,859 9 9
for the duty of 15 per cent. on East India goods:
Bristol (money) 1 14 6
Plymouth (money) 0 0
total 1 14
for the coinage duty (money):
Barnstaple 0 0
Boston 0 1 5
Bristol 351 11
Bideford 36 12
Chester 5 4 10¼
Chichester 6 4
Colchester 0 0
Cowes 53 2
Deal 72 8
Dover 86 11 4
Exeter 5 7 2
£ s. d. £ s. d.
Falmouth 22 15
Feversham 0 4 10
Fowey 0 2
Harwich 15 8 9
Hull 111 6
Liverpool 10 15
do. 37 15 8
Lyme 0 17
do. 14 17
Lynn 76 16
Milford 0 7
Minehead 3 11 8
Newcastle 35 6
Penzance 0 4 11
do. 2 8
do. 9 6
Plymouth 43 1 4
Poole 1 7
Portsmouth 43 19
Rochester 24 6 3
Rye 70 3 10½
Southampton 0 15
Stockton 0 1
Swansea 4 1
Weymouth 69 2 11
Whitehaven 3 3
do. 2 9
do. 1 16 10½
Yarmouth 10 8 11½
and on sundry late Collectors in money for the same:
Berwick (James Howard) 2 12 7
Bridgwater (Thomas Salter) 1 13 8
Bideford (Richard Ustick) 65 3
Feversham (Charles Sherman) 0 5 11
do. (Nicholas Matson) 1 6
Fowey (John Dagg) 29 11 11¾
Harwich (Mark Wildbore) 0 9
Ipswich (John Banks) 0 19 2
do. (Benjamin Huggins) 0 1
Lynn (William Lynstead) 17 13
Padstow (Francis Leister) 0 1 8
do. (Griffith Bowen) 0 13
Penryn (John Kent) 9 8 10
Portsmouth (John Weaver) 86 13 1
Poulton (Thomas Nosworthy) 0 18
Rye (Francis Lightfoot) 12 3 7
Stockton (Sir Henry Brabant) 24 10
do. (Henry Brabant) 9 9
do. (Henry Mountfort) 24 10 7
Swansea (Alexander Trotter) 9 1 3
Weymouth (George Pley) 9 2 8
do. (Lodowick Jackson) 3 17 1
total 1,544 15
for the duty on whale fins, etc.:
the Queen's Remembrancer's Office (bonds) 187 8 6
Berwick (money) 9 16
do. (money) 0 7
Bideford (money) 0 4 0
Carlisle (money) 218 2 11½
Cowes (money) 0 6
Harwich (money) 25 3
Hull (money) 39 7 11½
£ s. d. £ s. d.
Liverpool (money) 4 8 9
Newcastle (money) 21 17
Rochester (money) 0 8 6
Rye (money) 0 9 0
Southampton (money) 22 1 10¼
Sunderland (money) 0 6 0
Whitehaven (bonds) 16 6 1
and on sundry late Collectors in money for the same:
Boston (John Clarke) 2 0 6
Carlisle (Richard Eaglesfield) 3,333 7
Falmouth (Edmond Harry) 2 5 11½
Penryn (ditto) 5 4 6
Lyme (Peter Southwick) 0 1 10½
Newcastle (Robert Hebburne) 1 6 7
Penzance (John Williams) 0 9 0
Plymouth (Thomas Swanton) 5 5 5
Weymouth (Lodowick Jackson) 2 5
Whitehaven (Richard Marshall) 20 16 10¼
do. (John Fotherby) 4 7 3
do. (Joseph Sewell) 0 11 0
3,924 16 10¼
total depending £463,733 19
and so this General Accompt is Quit.
Declared 30 June 1714.
Auditor's Memorandum:
Under the Act 20 Car. II [c. 2] the several late Collectors abovementioned are chargeable with damages at 12 per cent. per an. for the sums remaining in their hands, to be charged upon them by judgment of the Court of Exchequer pursuant to Treasury Order.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CUSTOMS: CASH ACCOUNT.
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 779, ROLL. 946.
Henry Ferne, Receiver General and Controller of Customs.
26 December 1706 to 25 December 1707.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Remaining in the hands of this Accomptant at the determination of his last Accompt 8,820 9
bonds remaining in his hands at the same time, viz.:
for arrears of customs ending 26 Dec. 1699 5,203 0
ditto, ending 1 Aug. 1706 19,400 18
for the present customs 25,038 11 11½
for arrears of the new additional impositions ending 1 Aug. 1706 3,880 6
for arrears of the new subsidy ending 1 Feb. 1699–1700 2,143 8
ditto, ending 8 March 1701–2 3,798 13
ditto, commencing 8 March 1701–2 33,582 8 0
for the first additional subsidy commencing 8 March 1701–2 11,086 1
for the new duty on coals ending 15 May 1703 19 15 0
for the said duty since 15 May 1703 2,820 18 9
106,974 2 11½
transport debentures in lieu of bonds 1,357 4
money imprested to several persons for services relating to the customs 605 0 0
total of arrears 117,756 16
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Receipts for customs and subsidies, viz.:
out of the customs which determined 26 Dec. 1699:
London port:
interest on sundry transport debentures accepted for payment of customs in 1703 73 16
73 16
Outports:
Feversham 0 5 7
St. Ives 30 1
Newhaven 15 12 10¾
Whitehaven 34 11
80 11
154 7
out of the customs which determined 31 July 1706:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt 3,881 19 0
Received for interest on bonds 2 16
ditto on transport debentures taken in 1703 44 18 11½
3,929 14
Outports:
Barnstaple 1 10
ditto 0 10 10
Bideford 518 11 10
Berwick 24 4
Dover 61 10 2
Exeter 221 0 0
Falmouth 35 12
Newcastle 28 12
Penryn 216 15
1,108 7 11½
5,038 2
out of the Customs which commenced 1 Aug. 1706:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt.— on the Grand Receipt, in money 175,970 7
on wines in money 75,545 10
ditto, in bonds 1,178 17 11½
on Plantation goods in money 99,630 1
ditto, in bonds 48,663 17 3
Sir Thomas and John Crisp, Receivers Outwards, for customs on subsidy goods 14,269 16 1
Timothy Thornbury, Receiver of customs on leather outwards 1,167 7 3
416,425 18
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Outports:
Bristol 26,633 6 0
Barnstaple 39 15 9
Chester 528 5 0
Exeter 800 5 0
Falmouth 21 15
Fowey 271 6 9
Hull 1,820 14
Liverpool 14,788 11
Lyme 801 19
Minehead 16 19 11
Newcastle 160 0 0
ditto 394 12
ditto 2,350 0 0
Plymouth 3,533 2 11¼
Penryn 367 11
Poole 2 16
Padstow 60 0 0
Portsmouth 6 0 0
Sunderland 1,088 7 1
Southampton 157 9 9
Stockton 997 16 11¾
Sandwich 0 0 4
Whitehaven 3,860 5 3
ditto 1,916 16
60,617 18 10¼
477,043 17 0
total for the Customs 482,236l. 7s. 0d.
for the new additional impositions on poundage goods:
out of the new additional impositions which determined 31 July 1706:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 106 16
106 16
Outports:
Boston 34 8
Barnstaple 50 0 0
Dover 612 2
Falmouth 54 16 9
Lynn 40 0 0
Lancaster 1 9
Milford 0 8 8
Plymouth 6 0 0
Padstow 11 15 10
811 1
917 17 10¾
out of those commencing 1 August 1706:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 27,486 0
on Plantation goods 2,505 4
on wines 2,954 1
32,945 6
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Outports:
Bristol 500 0 0
Beaumaris 1 10
Bideford 64 16
Berwick 0 0
Chester 224 0 0
Colchester 38 13
Cowes 4 12 11¼
Chichester 2 9 9
Dartmouth 18 9 2
Exeter 370 0 0
Falmouth 187 6 3
Feversham 1 4 7
Hull 1,037 16
Harwich 35 11 6
Ipswich 7 4
Looe 6 7
Liverpool 128 0 0
Lynn 10 0 0
Lyme 0 0 11¼
ditto 76 13 0
Lancaster 1 6 9
Minehead 11 6
Milford 15 8
Newcastle 151 0
ditto 275 0 0
Plymouth 617 0 0
Penryn 0 9
Poole 26 9
Poulton 1 11
Portsmouth 522 5
Rochester 302 0 2
Rye 105 4 7
Sunderland 23 5
Southampton 140 6
ditto 647 18
Stockton 43 5 11½
Sandwich 16 8
Whitby 10 11
Weymouth 100 0 0
Whitehaven 37 19
Yarmouth 276 0 0
6,039 13
38,984 19 4
Total for the new additional impositions 39,902l. 17s.d.
for the new subsidy on tonnage and poundage:
out of the new subsidy which determined 1 February 1699–1700:
Boston 1 4 1
Barnstaple 68 9
Liverpool 32 5
Milford 388 18 8
Penzance 11 10
Whitehaven 0 0
ditto 10 9
Weymouth 900 16 11½
1,413 14 2
1,413 14 2
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
out of the new subsidy which determined 8 March 1701–2:
Carlisle 10 0 4
Chester 0 1 0
Penzance 4 0 8
Truro 0 0
Weymouth 38 6
52 8
52 8
out of the new subsidy commencing 8 March 1701–2:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, bt., on the Grand Receipt 137,400 0
ditto, on Plantation goods in money 37,552 5
ditto, ditto, in bonds 47,827 17 8
ditto, on wines 46,172 2
interest on bonds 0 15
268,953 1 1
Outports:
Bristol 18,977 3
Boston 8 4
ditto 119 3
Beaumaris 18 2
Bridgwater 212 10 10
Barnstaple 185 1
ditto 138 7
Bideford 1,357 12
Berwick 43 14
ditto 2 11 6
Chester 529 13 0
Colchester 224 19 1
Carlisle 132 3 8
Cowes 42 2
Chichester 21 12
Dover 229 0 8
Dartmouth 140 5 6
Exeter 511 1 11
ditto 2,609 15 10
Falmouth 110 18 9
Feversham 26 3
Hull 3,439 17 1
Harwich 58 10 1
Ipswich 90 8
Looe 1 19 2
Liverpool 500 0 0
ditto 5,484 8 0
Lynn 1,342 17
Lyme 411 8
ditto 200 0 0
Lancaster 251 18 7
Minehead 294 19 1
ditto 335 17 10¾
Milford 242 1
Newcastle 437 15 11¾
ditto 955 0 0
Poole 42 4
ditto 192 1 10
Plymouth 2,009 15 11
Penryn 481 15
Padstow 37 6
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Padstow 207 7
Penzance 100 0 0
Portsmouth 1,164 15 0
Rochester 560 8
Sunderland 75 0
Southampton 284 9 10
ditto 955 1
Stockton 169 11
Sandwich 100 0 11¾
Whitby 35 7
Whitehaven 100 0 0
ditto 1,005 16 0
Weymouth 741 18
Yarmouth 1,704 14 5
49,655 4
318,608 5
total for the new subsidies on tonnage and poundage 320,074l. 8s.d.
For the first additional subsidy or ⅓ part of the said subsidy on tonnage and poundage:
out of the additional subsidy orsubsidy which determined 8 March 1706–7:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt 12,810 0 0
ditto, on Plantation goods in money 5,380 16 8
ditto, ditto, in bonds 10,081 13
ditto, on wines 3,475 15 0
interest on bonds 0 7 0
31,748 12
Outsorts:
Bristol 2,519 11 11½
eaumaris 4 8
Bridgwater 3 13
Barnstaple 6 19
ditto 29 7
Bideford 211 6 5
Berwick 14 2 11¾
Chester 119 16 6
Colchester 17 2
Carlisle 37 10 0
Cowes 5 10 9
Dartmouth 3 14
Exeter 822 12 7
ditto 350 14 1
Falmouth 120 0 0
Fowey 29 16 11¼
Feversham 8 14
Hull 375 6
Harwich 6 4 11¼
Ipswich 9 9 10¼
Liverpool 1,348 8 7
Lyme 200 15 11¾
ditto 25 1
Lancaster 91 1 0
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Minehead 68 18
ditto 43 12
Milford 22 18 1
Newcastle 69 12
ditto 27 7 7
Poole 90 4
ditto 44 13
Plymouth 749 0 0
Penryn 58 16 10¾
Padstow 7 6 2
ditto 66 2 7
Penzance 50 0 0
Poulton 3 6 1
Portsmouth 80 0 0
Sunderland 4 11 0
Southampton 408 18 4
Stockton 11 6
Sandwich 33 2 5
Swansea 7 17
Whitby 4 12
Weymouth 368 14
Whitehaven 220 13
Yarmouth 316 13 2
9,129 5 10½
40,877 18 3
out of the additional subsidy orsubsidy commencing 8 March 1706–7:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt 32,709 7
ditto, on Plantation goods, in money 6,733 0 0
ditto, ditto, in bonds 6,114 4
ditto, on wines 16,658 1 3
62,214 13 3
Outports:
Bristol 2,247 17
Boston 39 14
Beaumaris 1 12 5
Bridgwater 67 4
Barnstaple 20 0 0
Bideford 83 15 0
Berwick 0 1 11¾
ditto 0 17
Chester 40 0 0
Colchester 57 16 10
Cowes 8 6
Chichester 9 17 3
Dartmouth 41 16
Exeter 512 1 0
Falmouth 200 0 0
Hull 704 5
Harwich 8 15
Ipswich 25 4
Liverpool 848 6 8
Lynn 462 2 0
Lyme 100 0 0
Minehead 155 0 0
Milford 32 19
Newcastle 375 0 0
Plymouth 159 5 0
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Penryn 58 13 3
Poole 16 7
Portsmouth 345 11 8
Rochester 250 0 0
Rye 1,072 5 0
Sunderland 20 10 0
Southampton 831 5
Stockton 45 3
Sandwich 18 5 10¾
Whitby 7 3
Weymouth 201 11 6
Whitehaven 16 0 0
Yarmouth 350 0 0
9,434 6 6
71,648 19 9
total for the first additional subsidy or ⅓ subsidy on tonnage and poundage 112,526l. 18s. 0d.
for the second additional subsidy or 2/3 subsidy on tonnage and poundage:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt 83,830 0 0
ditto, on Plantation goods 947 15
ditto, on wines 29,586 3
114,363 18 10
Outports:
Bristol 2,922 5 3
Boston 79 1 10¾
Beaumaris 12 1
Bridgwater 141 14
Barnstaple 65 5 8
Bideford 368 2 3
Berwick 28 7
ditto 1 14
Chester 420 15 0
Colchester 149 19 0
Carlisle 103 0 0
Cowes 27 14
Chichester 12 4
Dartmouth 86 4 10½
Exeter 923 15
ditto 1,252 8
Falmouth 207 11 11½
Feversham 17 9
Hull 2,225 6 10¾
Harwich 51 4
Ipswich 55 12
Liverpool 317 0 0
Lynn 1,324 2 9
Lyme 1 1 10½
Lancaster 22 5
Milford 18 1
Minehead 253 18 1
Newcastle 139 18 0
ditto 605 0 0
Poole 50 10 7
ditto 68 11
Plymouth 603 15 0
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Penryn 125 2
Padstow 0 6 4
Portsmouth 820 1 0
Rochester 475 18
Sunderland 49 18 11½
Southampton 155 0 0
ditto 448 6 10¾
Stockton 113 1
Sandwich 74 3
Whitby 23 11 4
Weymouth 110 15
Whitehaven 46 4 5
Yarmouth 832 12 6
15,831 5 6
total for the second additional subsidy 130,195 4 4
for the duties on coffee, tea, etc.:
out of the duty on Coffee and Tea, etc., for the Transport Service:
Boston 4 6 0
Milford 8 3 0
12 9 0
12 9 0
out of the new duty commencing 1 May 1701:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt 9,079 9 9
ditto, on Plantation goods 328 18 6
9,408 8 3
Outports:
Bideford 0 3 8
Exeter 54 9
Hull 0 7 0
Ipswich 2 1
Milford 255 8 0
Plymouth 1,214 0 0
Swansea 5 2 0
Whitehaven 0 12 8
Yarmouth 80 0 0
1,612 4 0
11,020 12 3
out of the additional duty commencing 2 February 1704–5:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt 45,379 13 0
ditto, on Plantation goods 336 7 0
45,716 0 0
Outports:
Exeter 56 5
Hull 0 9 5
Harwich 0 9 0
Ipswich 2 1
Looe 0 1 7
Looe 0 1 7
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Lyme 2 17 8
Southampton 0 10 6
Whitehaven 0 10 0
Yarmouth 104 17 2
168 1 9
45,884 1 9
total for the duties on coffee and tea 56,917l. 3s. 0d.
for the new duty on Scotch linen:
out of the new duty which determined 10 July 1706:
Berwick 1 13 11½
Carlisle 45 0 0
Liverpool 221 18
Milford 7 4 0
Swansea 0 2 3
Weymouth 2 8
278 7
278 7
out of the new duty commencing 11 July 1706:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt 2,563 15 11
ditto, on Plantation goods 41 14 1
2,605 10 0
Outports:
Berwick 78 13
Carlisle 112 2 2
Hull 4 11 3
Poole 14 12
Whitehaven 1 15 0
211 14
2,817 4
(total for the duties on Scotch linen 3,095l. 11s.d.)
for the duty on coals and and culme:
out of the duty which determined 17 May 1696:
Minehead 6 19
6 19
6 19
out of the duty which determined 15 May 1703:
Bridgwater 24 19
Feversham 3 3
Liverpool 1 11 8
Swansea 34 17 5
Weymouth 116 15 10
181 8 3
181 8 3
Charge.
out of the duty commencing 15 May 1703: £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
London port:
Richard Peirce, Collector, in money 70,740 16
ditto, in bonds 4,426 3 4
interest on bonds 45 13
75,212 12 9
Outports.
Boston 1,723 18 10¾
Beaumaris 113 12 9
Bridgwater 1,323 14 0
Barnstaple 1,283 4
ditto 646 18
Bideford 1,012 1 3
Berwick 0 4
ditto 1 16
Colchester 2,156 12 5
Cowes 2 14
Chichester 77 2 8
Dartmouth 46 17 2
Exeter 347 1 8
Feversham 353 7 7
Gloucester 200 0 0
Hull 1,850 1
Harwich 609 12
Ipswich 1,229 13
Looe 5 19 9
Lynn 6,064 13
Lancaster 12 8
Minehead 518 5 8
Milford 66 14 3
Newhaven 25 0 9
Plymouth 427 12 6
Penryn 48 19
Padstow 251 16 3
Poole 26 9 3
Penzance 501 11
Poulton 3 1 0
Portsmouth 1,063 14 3
Rochester 1,044 12 0
Rye 10 0 0
Southampton 30 0 0
ditto 374 17
Stockton 65 19 10¾
Sandwich 931 1
Swansea 118 9 2
Truro 31 17 0
ditto 4 8
Whitby 761 8 3
Yarmouth 7,621 16
32,989 10 3
108,202 3 0
(total for the coal duties 108,390l. 10s.d.)
for the new duty on cinders commencing 15 May 1703:
Hull 191 18
Lynn 182 14 3
Yarmouth 1,057 13 2
1,432 5 11¼
total for the duty on cinders 1,432 5 11¼
Charge.
for the duty on paper: £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Minehead 3 2
Milford 0 3
Poole 8 0
11 6 11
total for the paper duty 11 6 11
for the second 25 per cent. on French goods:
Barnstaple 14 18
Dover 1,301 17
Dartmouth 0 2 6
Liverpool 164 11
Milford 142 14 10½
Weymouth 51 10 2
1,675 15
total for the duty on French goods: 1,675 15
for the tonnage duty on French ships:
Minehead 3 15
Milford 9 15 0
Swansea 17 15 0
31 5
total for the duty on French ships: 31 5
for the tonnage duty on English ships:
Carlisle 2 11 0
Minehead 122 5 10½
Milford 16 1 9
140 18
total for the duty on English ships: 140 18
for the duty of 15 per cent. on India goods:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver 42,207 6
42,207 6
Total for the duty on India goods: 42,207 6
for the coinage duty:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver of the coinage duty, on wines 5,537 7
ditto, on brandy and mum 379 19
5,917 6 4
Outports:
Beaumaris 0 0 2
Bridgwater 17 3
Barnstaple 8 17
ditto 0 1 1
Bideford 22 18
Chester 25 0 0
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Colchester 0 17 2
Cowes 0 4 1
Chichester 1 10 7
Dartmouth 8 19 10
Exeter 87 2
Falmouth 1 5 9
Hull 49 12
Liverpool 30 0 0
Lynn 237 9
Lyme 0 7 6
Milford 28 12
ditto 1 6
Minehead 2 18 0
Newcastle 0 5 0
Plymouth 93 10 0
Penryn 8 17
Poole 11 19 6
Padstow 1 14 5
Poulton 0 0 1
Portsmouth 36 1 8
Southampton 96 3 1
ditto 194 4
Stockton 0 5
Whitby 0 0 10
Weymouth 22 6
Whitehaven 3 2 6
Yarmouth 5 0 0
997 16
total for the coinage duties 6,915 2 11½
for the enumerated duties:
'Barbadoes' (William Sharp) 806 0 0
'Roanock in North Carolina' (Samuel Swan) 70 0 0
'Newcastle in Pensilvania' (Samuel Lowman) 126 12 3
'Philadelphia, ditto' (John Moore) 111 1 10
ditto, ditto (John Bewly) 25 0 0
Jamaica (Samuel Catchpole) 237 1 0
1,375 15 l
total for the enumerated duties 1,375 15 1
for the 4½ per cent. duty: Thomas Scott, husband of the said duty 11,244 14
11,244 14
total for the 4½ per cent. duty 11,244 14
Total receipts from customs, subsidies new duties, etc. 1,318, 373l. 10s.d.
Money received for the new duties of 5 per cent. on East India Goods, granted 9–10 William III to be paid to the East India Company for the maintenance of ambassadors:
within the time of this Accompt 5,676 6 0
total charge and receipts £1,441,806 12 9
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
salaries, London port:
Charles Godolphin, Samuel Clark, Thomas Newport, William Culliford, Esqs., Sir John Werden, bt., Thomas Hall Esq., and Sir Matthew Dudley, bt., Commissioners at 1,000l. a year each 7,000 0 0
Secretary (Richard Savage, Esq.) and his clerks 630 0 0
Solicitor (John Bridges, Esq.) 300 0 0
Inspector General (Charles Davenant, Esq.) and his clerks 1,200 0 0
Comptroller of the Issues (Arnold Sansom, Esq.) and ditto 580 0 0
Inspector of the Outports Collectors' accompts (George Langton, Esq.) and ditto 450 0 0
Solicitor of the Coast Bonds (William Denn) and clerk of the Coast Business (Euclid Spiedwell) 100 0 0
copying clerks, examiners, wine tasters, etc. (detailed) 16,579 17 9
26,839 17 9
fees and allowances to the Patent Officers, London port:
Rowland Holt, Esq., Comptroller General of the Accompts 1,000 0 0
Sir John Shaw, bt., Collector Inwards 466 13 4
Sir Thomas Crisp and John Crisp, Esq., Collector Outwards 276 13 4
George Nicholas, Esq., Surveyor General, and John Nicholas Esq., succeeding 500 0 0
John Backwell, Esq., Comptroller of the Great and Petty Customs 255 0 0
Nicholas Lechmere and others, Surveyors of the Petty Customs 300 0 0
Sir William Fowlis, Head Searcher 120 0 0
undersearchers, comptrollers, customers, Queen's waiters, etc. (detailed) 1,897 0 8
and to this Accomptant for his own salary 1,000 0 0
5,815 7 4
fees and allowances to the Patent Officers in the Outports (detailed, including 366l. 16s. 8d. to Sir Edmund Turner, late Surveyor of the Customs in the Outports, and William Waterson, Esq., succeeding him, 183l. 8s. 4d. each) 1,826 7 11
fees and salaries of the Officers in Foreign Plantations: Henry Brook, Lewis in Pennsylvania; Samuel Lowman, Newcastle, ditto; John Moore, Philadelphia, ditto; William Bladen, Anapolis in Maryland; Thomas Collier, Williamstadt, ditto; George Muschamp, Poteuxen, ditto; Edward Price, Potomack, ditto; Thomas Seymour and Thomas Wood succeeding him, Bahama and Sasafras, ditto; Thomas Dansey, North Potomack, ditto; Thomas Seymour, ditto, ditto; William Dyer, Delaware Bay, ditto; Thomas Broughton, Charles Town in South Carolina; Samuel Swan, Roanoke and Curritack in North Carolina; William Carter, New York; John White, at Perthamboy in East Jersey; Richard Chichester, Raphanock River in Virginia; Edward Hill and George Luke, James River (upper and lower respectively), ditto; Henry Spencer, South Potomack, ditto; Henry Scarburgh, Acomack and Northampton counties, ditto; Robert Snead, Cape Charles, ditto; Sampson Trevethan, Elizabeth River, ditto; William Buckner, York River, ditto; John Graves, Bahama Islands; Robert Quarry, Surveyor General on the continent of America; Charles Carkesse, Plantation Clerk 2,518 1 2
Discharge. £ s. d.
annual and accidental payments including ground rent of the Custom House (274l.) fees to the Officers of the Pipe and to the Queen's Remembrancer, cost of parchment, etc., Auditor's fee (210l.) 3,123 3 3
payments out of the new duties for clerks, examiners and auditors, etc.: £ s. d.
out of the additional impositions 78 16 11
out of the new subsidy 94 4
out of the first additional new subsidy 27 13 10¼
out of the two-thirds subsidy 11 10
out of the new duties on coffee and tea 205 0 0
out of the new duty on Scotch linen 15 0 0
out of the new duty on coals 1,062 10
out of the duty on cinders 5 0 0
out of the second 25 per cent. on French goods 20 0 0
out of the 15 per cent. on muslins 417 10 0
out of the coinage duty 240 9 11½
out of the duty of 4½ per cent. 6,929 15 4
out of the enumerated duties 5 0 0
total from the new duties 9,112 11 8
allowed for charges of collection:
William Leach, a paymaster of the incidents, for money paid 19 Dec. 1706 to 18 Dec. 1707 2,869 6 11½
200 tidesmen, 20 Dec. 1706 to 19 Dec. 1707 5,171 10 0
several quaymen, same time 1,224 3 5
extraordinary tidesmen at Gravesend and elsewhere, same time 5,585 14 6
watchmen, London port, 13 Dec. 1706 to 12 Dec. 1707 2,050 5 6
timber waiters, 8 Nov. 1706 to 31 Oct. 1707 323 10 6
extraordinary weighing porters, Customhouse, 21 Oct. 1706 to 18 Dec. 1707 762 16 3
Walter West for payment of petty incidents 23 Dec. 1706 to 22 Dec. 1707 242 10 0
travelling charges of customs officers 458 0 0
Richard Savage, Secretary to the Commissioners, for additional salary to Michaelmas 1707 60 0 0
Christopher Tower for his allowance for increase of labour 50 0 0
Thomas Chiffinch, searcher at Gravesend, for maintenance of a boat to Michaelmas 1707 8 0 0
John Berry for keeping account of moneys payable on debentures to Michaelmas 1707 20 0 0
Alexander Trevethan for keeping a General Register of Shipping, same time 40 0 0
George Chadwick for keeping a Register of Wool imported from Ireland, same time 40 0 0
Hugh Grainger for keeping a Certificate Book inwards 166 18 4
Stephen Scott, assistant to the Surveyor of the Act of Navigation, for 1¼ years to 7 Dec. 1707 62 10 0
Robert Paul for keeping a book of weekly receipts and payments 10 0 0
Discharge. £ s. d.
Samuel Mackrith for inspecting the Plantation Trade in North Britain for a year to Michaelmas 1707 and for his Assistant and others 139 0 0
John Savage for checking the Husband of the 4½ per cent. duty for one year to Michaelmas 1707 40 0 0
Daniel Smith and Christopher Pashley, two watermen at Erith, same time 60 0 0
John Burgh and Thomas Gipps, 'keymen formerly tidesmen' 10 0 0
William Cleburn and James Farnolls for gauging wines 120 0 0
John Myriell for completing the Inspector General's Bills 20 0 0
Robert Leslie, allowance as a Preventive Officer 40 0 0
William Marsh for keeping a Certificate Book and Register 50 0 0
Joshua Chitty, winetaster, allowance to Michaelmas 1707 80 0 0
John Syms, land carriage man at half-pay 17 10 0
25 weighing porters, additional allowance 50 0 0
Isaac Stileman 'an antient keyman,' allowance 5 0 0
Adam Brown, additional landwaiter, London, allowance from 13 Oct. 1706 to 21 May 1707 24 3 3
Charles Walter and others, warehousekeepers to Michaelmas 1707 300 0 0
Ambrose Moore and Charles Walter as above for extraordinary service 40 0 0
4 weighers, allowances to Michaelmas 1707 20 0 0
William Bowen, land carriage man, same time 35 0 0
Richard Green, cooper to the Customhouse, London 10 0 0
Richard Lechmere and Co. for hire of a tacklehouse 5 0 0
William Coles for the like 7 9 0
Sir John Fleet and Co. for the like 4 0 0
John English for inspecting unrated India goods for 1¼ years to 12 Oct. 1707 150 0 0
parish dues to All Hallows Barking for the Customhouse 18 0 0
Harry Roynon for inspecting the colliers' securities for one year to 13 Feb. 1706–7 20 0 0
two watermen, Blackwall, to Michaelmas 1707 60 0 0
Joshua Sharp and Co. for stationery wares 1,875 10 9
John Loftus, shipwright, for repairing boats, etc. 183 13 7
Joseph Smith for smith's work, etc. 262 3 0
Arthur Gibbon for furnishing tidesmen with horses from Gravesend to Deal 1 Oct. 1706 to 7 Oct. 1707 293 16 0
Richard Fry for carpenter's work at the Customhouse 97 17
Weston Gowers for beams, weights and scales 99 12 0
Discharge. £ s. d.
Richard Green for cooper's work to Michaelmas 1707 298 10 0
Richard Boys and William Wood, upholsterers 138 11 6
Sarah Ecclestone for money bags 52 7 0
Thomas James for printing bonds, etc. 139 3 0
William Cock for disbursements for sundry petty incidents to Michaelmas 1707 52 16 2
Isaac Carver for gauging instruments 34 13 0
John Noon, plumber, for work done 51 3 0
Elizabeth Kingsley for painters' work 9 18 10
Maurice Birchfield for disbursements 10 12 0
Capt. Henry Nash for disbursements 103 5 5
Elinor Baker for disbursements 20 5 0
William Cleburne for travelling charges, etc. 20 0 0
William Elliott, bookbinder, for binding volumes of Acts of Parliament 7 5 0
Edward Carter for coals 28 7 6
Walter Batson, warehouse keeper, for disbursements 15 14 3
James Horton for candles 46 14 6
Theophilus Allen for mason's work 1 12 0
Rupert Ellcie for plasterer's work 5 7 6
James Hester for bricklayer's work 6 0 0
Joseph Helby for carving wainscot panels 16 6 0
John Soder of North Britain, coals delivered 14 7 0
James Dobson, warehouse keeper, London, for cooperage 33 5 7
John Hunt, for charges and expenses (wines imported from Holland in the Jenekin) 3 6 0
Francis Metcalfe and Thomas Marshall for expenses and travelling, and paid Mr. Hornby for drawing a case concerning Thomas Nosworthy, late Collector of Poulton 20 15 0
Christopher Merrett, Surveyor of Boston, for charges of witnesses against Thompson and Cretall, 'owlers,' convicted in 475l. 16s. each for export of wool from the Lincolnshire marshes 50 18 6
John Bridges, Solicitor of the Customs, for Law Charges 2,710 17 6
Henry Baker, Surveyor of the Kent and Sussex coasts, for law charges 689 7 6
Richard Hosier, Inspector of Prosecutions, for his allowance of 12d. in the pound for forfeited goods, etc. 1,310 6
Luke Singleton for Theophilus Jones for services 20 0 0
Thomas Moore, Surveyor of Yarmouth, recompense for good service 11 0 0
Robert Burton and other searchers for disbursements (examining tobacco) 29 7 6
John Massenger, Surveyor of Greenwich, repayment of taxes on salary 5 16 8
Charles Horwell, Surveyor at Leigh, for the like 12 8 9
Joseph North, officer at Shoebury, for the like 8 5 0
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Capt. John Dynes for disbursements and repayment of tax 55 0 10
Capt. Samuel Jones, assignee of the owners of the Tavistock, for the tenth part of the subsidy and additional duty paid for her lading on her third voyage to India 340 16 1
Mary Jones, widow of Theophilus Jones, late a tidesman in Liverpool, reward for discovery of frauds 30 0 0
Warwick Arthur for services in the North part of Great Britain 30 0 0
Gostwick Cox and William Heyton, churchwardens, for repairs to All Hallows Barking 49 0 0
Hugh Cony for the apprehension of Thomas Nosworthy, late Collector of Customs at Poulton 50 0 0
Charles Crisp for preparing an account of exports for the House of Commons 15 0 0
William Bayns and Henry Reeve, land surveyors, London, for inspecting the warehouse keepers' accounts 60 0 0
Capt. Ellersden, a Riding Officer in Kent, for the loss of his horse occasioned by some bruise the Owlers gave him 12 10 0
John Bridges Esq., Solicitor to the Customs, for passing patents, etc. 320 10 0
total of incidental disbursements, etc., for the post of London 30,214 11
Total for fees, salaries and incidental expenses 79,450l. 0s.d.
money allowed for damaged and over entered goods, for portage money and for goods exported:
money repaid on certificates of damaged goods or overentries 13,371 0 5
money repaid on portage bills 1,942 17
money repaid on debentures for goods exported 279,931 4
295,245 2
produce of the new 5 per cent. duty on East India goods repaid under the Act 9 & 10 Wm. III [9 Wm. III. c. 44, s. 66] to defray sundry charges for the maintenance of Ambassadors 5,676 6 0
bonds cancelled 449 17 1
payments into the exchequer (detailed by dates):
£ s. d. £ s. d.
on customs:
out of customs ending 31 July 1706 6,479 10 11
ditto, commencing 1 August 1706 242,810 1
249,289 12
on the new impositions:
out of the new additional impositions ending 31 July 1706 342 16
ditto, commencing 1 August 1706 31,196 8
31,539 4 2
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
on the new subsidies on tonnage and poundage:
out of the new subsidy ending 1 Feb. 1699–1700 1,684 1 7
ditto, ending 8 March 1701–2 884 11
ditto, commencing 8 March 1701–2 232,021 7 4
234,590 0
on the first additional subsidy:
out of the additional subsidy orsubsidy ending 8 March 1706–7 24,385 15
ditto, commencing 8 March 1706–7 58,576 0 1
82,961 15
on the second additional subsidy or 2/3 subsidy 109,783 18 1
on the coffee and tea duties:
out of the new duty commencing 1 May 1701 7,801 1 6
out of the additional duty commencing 2 February 1704–5 8,254 17
16,055 19
on the new duty on Scotch linen:
ending 10 July 1706 268 0 11
ditto, “which determined” (sic) 11 July 1706 2,495 6
2,763 7
on the new duty on coals and culm:
out of that ending 17 May 1696 6 19
ditto, ending 15 May 1703 181 8 3
ditto, commencing 15 May 1703 107,744 9 11½
107,932 17 8
on the new duty on cinders commencing 15 May 1703 1,427 5 11½
on the new duty on paper 11 6 11½
on the second 25 per cent. on French goods 1,601 17 9
on the tonnage duties on French ships 31 5
on the tonnage duty on English ships 140 18
on the duty of 15 per cent. on East India goods 25,755 0 11
on the coinage duty 6,605 6
on the enumerated duties 1,375 15 1
on the duty of 4½ per cent 4,331 11
total 876,197 3
Sum total of payments and allowances £1,257,018 9 10¼
And so remains 184,788 2 10¾
whereof:
£ s. d. £ s. d.
Bonds remaining in the Accomptant's hands 178,013 6
Transport debentures, ditto 1,357 4
money imprested (detailed):
£ s. d.
in the account of John Knight, late Receiver General, from Michaelmas 1696 to 23 October 1697 475 0 0
in the account of Richard Hutchinson, late Receiver General 100 0 0
and upon James Ball and John Cannon, Riding Officers in Kent 30 0 0
605 0 0
Sum total of the bonds, debentures and supers £179,975 10 11
And so the Accomptant remains Indebted 4,812 11 11¾
Auditor's Memorandum:
The following sums are to be charged to the next year's Accompt:
307l. 1s. 3d. for stationery wares to North Britain and 30l. paid to Arthur Warwick for services there.
Declared 19 April 1709.

Footnotes

1 For the distinction between the General and the Cash Accounts, see Vol. XX—Introduction, p. cclx.