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'Declared Accounts, 1708: Army', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 22: 1708 (1952), pp. CDIX-CDXLV. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90556 Date accessed: 18 September 2014.


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DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY: GUARDS AND GARRISONS.
(NO PIPE OFFICE ROLL.) AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 57 ROLL 58.
The Rt. Hon. John Howe, Paymaster General of her Majesty's Guards Garrisons, etc.
24 December 1707 to 22 Dec. 1708 (both inclusive).
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining as at the end of the last Accompt 18,501 12
depending on several persons for money imprested to them 28,641 6 10
47,142 19
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term 6–7 Anne in part of 511,734l. 8s. 6d. for the Guards and Garrisons for the year 1708: on privy seal of 26 December 6 Anne 283,285 15 6
Easter term, 7 Anne, in further part of the same 144,949 0 2
Michaelmas term, 7–8 Anne, in full of the same 83,499 12 10
Easter term, 7 Anne, in further part of 357,000l. for the year 1705: on privy seal of 11 Dec. 3 Anne 132 3 11
Michaelmas term, 7–8 Anne, in further part of the same 707 6 1
Easter term, 7 Anne, in further part of 357,000l. for the year 1704: on privy seal of 15 Dec. 2 Anne 148 0 0
Easter term, 7 Anne, in further part of 357,000l. for the year 1703: on privy seal of 30 Dec. 1 Anne 166 15 0
Easter term, 7 Anne, in further part of 357,000l. for the year 1706: on privy seal of 11 Dec. 4 Anne 1,025 0 8
Michaelmas term, 7–8 Anne, in further part of the same 948 15
514,862 9 11½
Money voluntarily charged by this Accomptant:
Received from the Hon. James Brydges to make up the differences of the pay of several Regiments removed from the Establishment under his care to the Establishment of the Guards, etc., in the place of other Regiments 25 June to 22 Dec. 1708 1,046 15 8
received from Lieut. Gen. Echlin in full of the sums paid him for levy money for 108 horses intended for his Dragoons but since repaid 1,620 0 0
deducted from Col. Bowles's Regiment for so much paid them by Mr. Vincent in Spain for subsistence 200 0 0
deducted out of the pay of Newfoundland for Maj. Lloyd 129 0 0
deducted from the pay of the detachment of the First and Second Regiments of Guards in Holland for transport 198 15 4
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
for interest received upon tallies for Low Wines for the principal sum of 2,000l. from 7 June 1707 to 7 June 1709 at 6 per cent. 240 0 0
deducted from Col. Jones's, late Col. Lillingston's, Regiment for so much overpaid in 2,200l. advanced to them on their first raising in 1705 being more than their full pay until they were removed to the Irish Establishment 1,467 15 10
4,902 6 10
total charge and receipts £566,907 16
Discharge.
pay of the General Officers, etc.
John, Duke of Marlborough, as Commander in Chief, for himself, his three Aides de Camp, his Secretary, Physician, Chaplain and Chirurgeon 4,866 13 4
The Rt. Hon. John Howe, this Accomptant 365 0 0
Henry St. John, late Secretary at War, to 25 March 1708 93 0 0
Robert Walpole, succeeding him from 26 March 1708 272 0 0
Henry Durell, Adjutant General, at 10s. a day 182 10 0
Michael Hyde, Commissary General of the Musters 319 7 6
David Crawford for himself, the Deputy Commissary and Clerks 1,675 19 2
William Bennett, Commissary in North Britain, at 20s. a day 365 0 0
Thomas Byde, Judge Advocate 365 0 0
Brig. Gen. Cadogan as Quarter Master General at 10s. a day 182 10 0
Sir Philip Meadows and Thomas Broderick, Comptrollers of the Army Accompts, from 19 May 1708 895 16 10½
Gregory King, Secretary to the Board of General Officers 300 0 0
Dr. Lawrence, Physician General, at 10s. a day 182 10 0
Dr. Thomas Gardiner, Chirurgeon General, ditto 182 10 0
Isaac Teale, Apothecary General, ditto 182 10 0
Charles Pinkney, Marshal to the Horse at 7s. a day 127 15 0
Charles Hopson, Surveyor General of the Guards, at 2s. 6d. a day 45 12 6
Capt. Silver, Firemaster, at 3s. a day 54 15 0
The Messenger to this Accomptant's Office 30 0 0
ditto to the Secretary at War's Office 30 0 0
Capt. Maugridge, Drum Major General 30 0 0
Capt. Kennedy, Provost Marshal, for himself and his men at 8s. a day 146 0 0
Thomas Erle, Lieut. Gen., for himself and his two Aides de Camp at 5l. a day to 30 April 1708 645 0 0
The Rt. Hon. the Earl of Leven for his pay as Lieut. Gen. in North Britain and of his Secretary at 4l. 5s. a day 1,551 5 0
13,090 14
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
pay of the Guards, etc.:
Joost, Earl of Albemarle, for the First Troop of Horse Guards (abating 45l. 5s. for respits) 16,501 8 4
James, Duke of Ormond, for the Second Troop 16,546 13 4
Charles, Earl of Arran, for the Third Troop 16,546 13 4
The Duke of Argyle for the Fourth Troop (abating 1,195l. 5s. 8d. for respits) 15,351 7 8
Lieut. Gen. Cholmondeley for the First Troop of Grenadiers 10,743 3 4
The Earl of Crawford for the Second Troop (abating 1,634l. 9s. 2d. for respits) 9,108 14 2
The Duke of Northumberland for the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards (abating 1,835l. for respits) 31,172 18 4
Brig. Carpenter for the Royal Regiment of Dragoons (abating 1,898l. 2s. for respits) 13,827 6 4
The Earl of Essex for his Regiment of Dragoons (abating 1,750l. 1s. for respits) 13,975 7 4
The Lord Pollwarth for his Regiment of Dragoons (abating 1,5022. 3s. 8d. for respits) 13,237 14 8
The Lord Carmichaell for his Regiment of Dragoons (abating 1,520l. 15s. 8d. for respits) 13,219 2 8
The Duke of Marlborough for the First Regiment of Foot Guards of 24 Companies and 4 Companies of Grenadiers (abating 616l. 2s. 6d. for respits).- 49,206 7 6
Gen. Charles Churchill for the Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards of 12 Companies and 2 Companies of Grenadiers (abating 395l. 14s. 4d. for respits) 24,959 12 4
The Marquess of Lothian for the Third Regiment of Foot Guards of 16 Companies and 2 Companies of Grenadiers (abating 3,104l. 2s. 8d. for respits) 29,101 0 8
Maj. Gen. Mordaunt for his Regiment of Foot of 11 Companies and a Company of Grenadiers 14,520 18 4
Charles, Lord Paston, for his Regiment of Foot for 183 days to 23 June 1708, same establishment 7,280 7 0
Lieut. Gen. Erle for his Regiment of Foot for 184 days to 24 June 1708, same establishment 7,320 2 8
Brig. Livesay for his Regiment of Foot of 11 Companies and a Company of Grenadiers, same time 6,510 10 8
Col. Roger Townshend for his Regiment of Foot of 11 Companies and a Company of Grenadiers (abating 165l. 1s. 8d. for respits), same time 7,155 1 0
Sir Thomas Pendergrast for his Regiment of Foot as above 7,320 2 8
Brig. Wightman for his Regiment of Foot of 12 Companies and a Company of Grenadiers (abating 110l. 16s. 8d. for respits) from 25 June to 22 Dec. 1708 (181 days) 7,581 13 4
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Col. John Hill for his Regiment of Foot as above (abating 10l. 3s. 4d. for respits) 7,682 6 8
Brig. George Maccartney for his Regiment of Foot of 12 Companies from 24 June 1708 7,132 18 2
The Lord Mark Kerr for his Regiment of Foot of 11 Companies and a Company of Grenadiers from 25 June 1708 (185 days) 6,535 12 2
Brig. Thomas Handasyde for his Regiment of Foot of 11 Companies and a Company of Grenadiers (abating 703l. 1s. 4d. for respits) 15,423 17 0
The Lord Cornbury and the Lord Lovelace for the four Companies of Foot at New York (abating 505l. 9s. 0d. for respits) 6,587 14 4
Capt. Benjamin Bennett for a Company of Foot at Bermudas (abating 14l. 14s. for respits) 976 17 8
Maj. Lloyd for a Company of Foot at Newfoundland (abating 839l. 10s. paid the Treasurer of the Navy for Provisions for the Company) 961 12 6
The Lord Strathnaver's Regiment of Foot of 11 Companies and a Company of Grenadiers (abating 2,713l. 8s. 2d. for respits) 11,807 10 2
Maj. Gen. Maitland for a Regiment of Foot at Fort William, same Establishment, (abating 1,664l. for respits) 12,856 15 4
Col. Alexander Grant for his Regiment of Foot, same Establishment, (abating 2,333l. 8s. 8d. for respits) 12,187 9 8
Three Independent Companies in North Britain (Col. William Grant, Col. Duncanson Mackenzie and Col. Alexander Campbell) 2,974 15 0
Col. Phineas Bowles for his Regiment of Foot, late Col. Caulfeild's, of 11 Companies and a Company of Grenadiers (abating 284l. 13s. 4d. for respits) from 25 June 1708 (181 days) 6,916 2 4
pay of the Garrisons:
Edinburgh Castle at 11l. 16s. 5d. a day (abating 746l. 4s. 4d. for respits) 3,568 8 7
Stirling Castle at 11l. 0s.d. a day (abating 878l. 4s. 10¾d. for respits) 3,148 10 11¼
Dunbarton Castle at 5l. 6s. 8d. a day (abating 366l. 10s. 8d. for respits) 1,580 2 8
Blackness Castle at 55s. a day (abating 129l. 16s. 8d. for respits) 873 18 4
Fort William at 42s. 10¼d. a day 782 10 0
Berwick and Holy Island at 43s. 11¼d. a day 801 17 6
Calshott Castle at 7s. 6d. a day 136 17 6
Carlisle at 19s. a day 346 15 0
Chester at 15s. a day (abating 9l. 1s. 0d. for a respit) 264 14 0
Clifford's Fort and Tynmouth Castle at 27s.d. a day (abating 9l. 4s. for respits) 491 11 0
The Cinque Ports at 3l. 0s. 11¾d. 1,113 0 0
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Gravesend and Tilbury at 44s. 11d. a day 820 2 6
Guernsey at 18s. a day 328 10 0
Hull and the Blockhouse at 40s. 11¼d. a day 747 2 6
Hurst Castle at 7s. 6d. a day 136 17 6
Jersey Island at 22s. a day (abating 6l. for respits) 395 10 0
Landguard Fort at 14s. a day 255 10 0
Pendennis at 16s.d. a day 295 10 0
St Maws at 10s. 6d. a day 191 12 6
Plymouth and St. Nicholas Island at 52s.d. a day 957 0 0
Portland at 5s. 6d. a day 100 7 6
Dartmouth at 2s. a day for 730 days 73 0 0
Portsmouth at 3l. 6s.d. for 365 days (abating 9l. 3s. for respits) 1,203 7 0
Sheerness at 49s. 11¼d. a day 911 7 6
Scilly Island at 20s. a day 365 0 0
Scarborough Castle at 2s. 10½d. a day 52 10 0
The Tower of London at 6l. 8s.d. a day 2,344 9 2
Upnor at 27s. a day 492 15 0
Windsor Castle at 18s. a day 328 10 0
North Yarmouth at 4s. a day 73 0 0
The Isle of Wight at 3l. 15s. 10¾d. a day 1,385 2 6
The Gunners at St. James's Park at 7s. 6d. a day 136 17 6
24,702 6
allowance for Fire and Candle for the Garrisons and Guards, detailed 2,523 0 0
pensions to several persons:
Maj. Gen. Trelawney for his additional allowance or pension as Governor of Plymouth at 56s. a day 1,022 0 0
Capt. Harris at 8s. 25/8d. a day 150 0 0
Capt. Griffin at 6s. a day 109 10 0
Mrs. Babington at 5s.d. a day 100 0 0
Capt. Pitts's pension from 24 Dec. 1707 to 2 Sept. 1708 the day of his death 38 2 0
Commissaries Abbington and Aldcroft at 5s. each 182 10 0
Lieut. Meolls at 2s. a day 36 10 0
Aaron Darby, the same 36 10 0
James Savage at 12d. a day to Michaelmas 1708 13 19 0
Mr. Shaw at 2s.d. a day 40 0 0
Capt. Hart for half a year to 24 June 1708 10 0 0
Col. Salusbury at 10s. 11½d. a day 200 0 0
1,939 1 0
sundry contingent disbursements:
Henry St. John as Secretary at War and Robert Walpole succeeding him (24 Dec. 1707 to 12 Feb. 1707–8 and 13 Feb. 1707–8 to 22 Dec. 1708 respectively)—allowance, etc. 1,405 7 6
Gregory King for the Office of the Comptrollers of Army Accompts to 18 May 1708, Sir Philip Meadows, junior, and Thomas Broderick from 19 May 1708 900 0 0
Sir William Douglas at 30s. a day as Brigadier General 547 10 0
Brig. Poultney as Brigadier from 15 March 1707–8 to 10 May 1708 85 10 0
Discharge. £ s. d.
Brig. Bradock as Brigadier from 5 March 1707 to 19 June 1708 160 10 0
Quartermaster Bodenham for disbursements on accompt of the First Foot Guards 29 Sept. 1707 to 25 March 1708 47 17 0
Lieut. Gen. Lumley for livery, banner badges and standards for his Regiment of Horse 543 4 10
Lieut. Gen. Erle for his Regiment of Foot, in their march and quarters from 1 March 1707–8 to their arrival at Harwich 245 3 3
Mr. Gough for the postage of Col. Whetham's Muster Rolls from 15 June June 1704 to 12 Oct. 1706 49 2 8
Col. Stevenage for disbursements in the march of a Battalion of Guards to North Britain and back again to Colchester 148 0 0
Col. Livesay, Col. Whetham, the Earl of Orrery, Col. Munden, and Col. Townshend for disbursements for their respective Regiments at varying dates (raising of regiments and movements) 429 17 11
Sir Thomas Pendergrast for disbursements for his Regiment from 6 Jan. 1707–8 to their embarcation for Holland 164 5 9
Mr. Isaac Teale for medicines and instruments 110 0 0
Mr. David Campbell for the pay of several officers in Scotland whose posts upon the Union were discontinued 2,121 11 3
Col. Wheeler for carriages, etc., in a march of a detachment of the Foot Guards from London to Harwich 28 13 8
Mr. Lynn for contingent expenses of the Secretary at War's Office 24 Dec. 1707 to 12 Feb. 1707–8 71 9 11¾
this Accomptant; fees for the passing of the previous Accompt 51 17 4
Samuel Emblin for discovering false musters 40 0 0
Col. Munden for carrying the arms and clothes of his Regiment from London to Chester in 1706 102 14 8
Thomas Morphey for repairing the Marshalsea in the Savoy 70 19 6
Hugh Warren, joiner, for repairing the Paymaster General's House and Pay Office at the Horse Guards; and to Col. Turner for marching the Detachment of Foot Guards to Saffron Walden from London and back again and thence to Windsor 178 8
Mr. Taylor for contingent disbursements at the Secretary at War's Office from 13 Feb. 1707–8 to 24 June 1708 204 13 7
The same from 25 June to 22 Dec. 1708: and David Crawford for the Commissaries' Office from 24 Dec. 1707 449 14 7
Mr. Skelton for ferrying over the Forces at Fulham and Lambeth 30 0 0
Discharge. £ s. d.
Jasper English for fire and candle for the invalids at Hampton Court 12 0 0
Col. Hill for his contingent disbursements from 25 June to 22 Dec. 1708 89 0 0
John Tomlin, Messenger to the Judge Advocate General, etc., for services in summoning the General Officers in 1707 and 1708 31 10 6
Mr. Crisp for the carriages of the six Companies of Invalids by water to their respective quarters 30 0 0
Lieut. Gen. Echlin for loss and charges in buying horses to augment his Regiment (pursuant to Order, afterwards countermanded) 250 0 0
Capt. John Bodenham for repairing the Guardhouses at Kensington and Whitehall between Ladyday and 22 Dec. 1708; and to Capt. Silver for providing fuzees for the Grenadier Guards between Jan. 1707–8 and 23 Dec. 1708 166 7 2
Col. Stanwix for carriages and disbursements of his Regiment in their marches to Chester and Whitehaven in their way to Ireland in 1706 99 5 6
Mr. Teale for medicines for the Forces on the late Expedition under Lieut. Gen. Erle 67 3 0
Thomas Byde, his additional allowance as Judge Advocate General at 20s. a day from 14 Jan. 1707–8 to 22 Dec. 1708 344 0 0
Mr. Thomas Sisterton for medicines and attendance upon the sick and wounded of the Company of Invalids at Tynmouth July 1699 to January 1701–2 139 15 0
9,414 19
for levy money for raising Recruits and for the pay of several persons respited on the Musters allowed out of the money saved by respits:
Brig. Carpenter and the Earl of Essex for levy money 5,580 0 0
the Duke of Northumberland for levy money 3,060 0 0
Lieut. Gen. Echlin for levy money 1,620 0 0
the Duke of Argyle for levy money 1,080 0 0
the Earl of Crawford for levy money 1,425 0 0
the Lords Polworthy and Carmichaell for additional horses 3,870 0 0
the Marquess of Lothian for levy money for 554 men for recruiting the 17 Companies of the Third Regiment of Foot Guards to 70 private men in each Company and for an additional Company; Col. Alexander Grant to fill up the nine Companies of his Regiment of Foot and for three additional Companies; the Earl of Strathnaver to complete his Regiment; Maj. Gen. Maitland for levy money to fill up the twelve Companies of his Regiment 7,220 0 0
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
the Governor of Edinburgh Castle for raising 74 additional men; the Governors of Stirling, Dumbarton and Blacknesse Castles for levy money 470 0 0
the executors of Col. Fetherstonehalgh, Lieut. Governor of Carlisle for respited pay 24 12 0
Col. Townshend for respited pay of several men of his Regiment 159 1 8
Capt. Gardiner for the cure of ten Mutineers of Brig. Handaside's Regiment, wounded in the Savoy 52 8 8
the Agent of the First Foot Guards for the respited pay of the 17 Companies of that Regiment in England 493 3 0
ditto of the Coldstream Guards for the respited pay of that Regiment 385 11 0
Maj. Douglass in Col. Livesay's Regiment for the respited pay of a third Sergeant to his company of Grenadiers 45 13 0
Col. James Campbell for his respited pay as Lieut. Col. of the second troop of Grenadier Guards 24 Dec. 1707 to 5 March 1707–8 82 2 6
25,567 11 10
the pay of the Invalids (establishments detailed):
A Company at Windsor (abating 50s. for respits) 999 14 7
A Company at Greenwich 1,002 4 7
A Company at Chester (abating 10l. 3s. 4d. for respits) 992 1 3
A Company at Tynmouth 1,002 4 7
A Company at Upnor (abating 10l. 6s. 1d. for respits) 539 17 1
Two Companies at Sheerness 805 9 0
Two Companies at Tilbury Fort 805 9 0
One Company at Languard Fort and one at Dover 805 9 0
6,952 9 1
total for the pay, etc., of the Guards and Garrisons 507,419 18
pay of the Master General of the Ordnance in North Britain, an Engineer General and a Company of Artillery there 1,016 5 6
paid for interest on money borrowed from the Bank of England 900 4 9
paid to several Regiments in Spain by Henry Vincent, Deputy in Spain, being part of 18,000l. depending on him in super in former Accompts:
Col. Southwell's Regiment 2,957 16 10
Lord Charlemont's ditto 2,892 2 11
Brig. Gorge's ditto 5,082 9 4
also paid to Col. Bowles's Regiment and surcharged on this Accompt as deducted therefrom 200 0 0
11,138 9 1
pay and entertainment of a Regiment of Foot, now Col. James Jones's, late Col. Luke Lillingston's, notwithstanding the want of the Muster Rolls:
5 March 1706/7 to 23 Dec. 1707 10,963 15 4
24 Dec. 1707 to 22 Dec. 1708 13,871 9 8
4,8235 5 0
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
money paid for the service of the year 1705:
pay and entertainment of the Regiment of Foot, now under Col. Phineas Bowles, late Col. Caulfield's, 24 June to 23 Dec. 1705 (183 days) 7,280 7 0
Royal bounty for volunteers 580 0 0
the Auditor's fee (to Arthur Maynwaring) 267 0 0
total payments and allowances £553,437 10
and so remains 13,470 6
whereof depending on sundry persons for the service of the Forces:
For the Guards and Garrisons.
Sir Thomas Littleton, bt., Treasurer of the Navy, to make a year's provision for the Company at Newfoundland: by Royal Warrant of 22 April 1703: accounted for anno 1703 839 10 0
ditto, by Royal warrant of 30 May 1705: accounted for anno 1705 839 10 0
ditto, by warrant of 10 Nov. 1708 839 10 0
ditto, by warrant of the same day 839 10 0
the Hon. James Bridges, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, by warrant of 20 March 1705–6: charged in his Accompt anno 1709 594 0 0
Capt. Thomas Lloyd, Captain of the Company of Foot at Newfoundland: by Warrant 22 Sept. 1705 300 0 0
4,252 0 0
For the Forces in Spain.
Henry Vincent, Deputy Paymaster of the Forces in Spain, by warrant of 20 March 1705–6: Accompt depending before Mr. Auditor Harley 4,643 6 10
ditto, by two Warrants of 23 Oct. and 6 Dec. 1705 6,861 10 11
ditto, received from the Earl of Donegal in Spain and repaid the Earl by this Accomptant as by warrant of 25 May 1706 1,400 0 0
ditto, paid him by Mossum Ferrabosco, Deputy Treasurer of the Fleet in the Mediterranean, and repaid by this Accomptant by warrant of 3 Aug. 1706 1,125 0 0
ditto, received of Mark Proudfoot, agent for Prizes at Barcelona; repaid by this Accomptant to the Receiver General of Prizes in London by warrant of 26 April 1707 900 0 0
14,929 17 9
total depending £19,181 17 9
and so the said Accomptant is in surplusage 5,711 11
Declared 29 June 1710.
Auditor's memorandum:
The several sums hereafter mentioned, allowed in the Accompt for the year to 24 Dec. 1705 are to be charged, etc., in succeeding Accompts:
the subsistence of an Ensign, etc. of Col. Caulfeild's Regiment 74l. 18s. — accoted for an° 1709.
levy money for 35 men delivered over by Col. Harry Mordaunt to some Regiments going to Spain 105l.—ditto an° 1706 and 1709.
the subsistence of the Company raised by Capt. Walton at Newfoundland, 385l. 16s. 7d.—never clear'd but disbanded without further issues.
subsistence to the Regiments commanded by Cols. Wynn and Lepel 4,400l.
ditto to the Regiment commanded by Col. Jones, late by Col. Lillingston (part of 2,200l.) 732l. 4s. 2d.—alld for pay of addll men by the Queen's Warrt 3 Sepr 1708.
to be repaid by the Commissioners of Victualling for beer for the Company at Newfoundland, short provided by them 92l. 3s. 8d.
and by the Lord Lieut. of Ireland which he is to deduct from Col. Rooke's Regiment and remit over to the Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons in England 221l. 10s. 0d.
and there is to be deducted from the pay of Maj. Lloyd, Commander of the Company at Newfoundland, the money paid in the time of this Accompt to Capt. John Moody to clear his personal pay 24 Dec. 1704 to 1 Nov. 1705 during which time he commanded the said Company;
the money being in Maj. Lloyd's hands—31l. 6s.d.—stopt anno 1707.
The Accomptant has attested the truth of the Regimental Accompts, etc., pursuant to statute.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY IN THE LOW COUNTRIES.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 385. AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 321, ROLL 1276.
James Earl Of Carnarvon, Receiver and Paymaster General of her late Majesty's Army in the Low Countries.
23 December 1707 to 23 December 1708.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Remains upon the determination of his last preceding Accompt ended 23 Dec. 1707 nil he being in surplusage thereon
Depending upon several persons particularly named at the foot of the said accompt for several services as therein 56,718 15
Moneys received out of the Exchequer: between 18 and 25 Dec. 1707:
Michaelmas term, 6–7 Anne, in part of 894,272l. 3s. 6d. for the Forces acting with the Allies anno 1708: on the privy seal of 18 Dec. 1707 148,397 18 10½
ditto in part of 177,511l. 3s. 6d. for the 10,000 additional men anno 1708: on the same privy seal 35,602 4 2
ditto in part of 34,251l. 13s. 4d. for the Queen's proportion of the charge of 3,000 Palatines anno 1708 5,811 2 11
ditto in part of 43,251l. 12s. 6d. for the Queen's proportion anno 1708 of 4,639 Saxons taken into service in the year 1707 7,348 7
ditto in part of 9,269l. 16s. 6d. for the Queen's proportion of the charge anno 1708 of Bothmar's Regiment of Dragoons of 800 men taken into the service of Queen Anne and the States of Holland in 1707 1,581 6 6
198,741 0 2
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
between 25 Dec. 1707 and 25 Dec. 1708:
ditto to complete 42,957l. 2s. 0d. for Queen Anne's proportion for the Forces of the Landgrave of Hesse Cassel employed in Italy, for the year 1707: as by the privy seal of 26 Dec. 6 Anne 22,957 2 0
ditto in further part of 894,272l. 3s. 6d. as above 200,627 6
Easter term, 7 Anne, in further part of the above 407,381 15
Michaelmas term, 7–8 Anne, in further part of the above 118,473 19 0
726,483 0
ditto in part of 494,689l. 8s. 6d. for the late Queen's proportion of subsidies to the Allies anno 1708 113,310 7 4
Michaelmas term, 6–7 Anne, in further part of 177,511l. 3s. 6d. for the 10,000 additional men anno 1708: by the privy seal of 18 Dec. 6 Anne 22,311 8 10
Easter term, 7 Anne, in full of 177,511l. 3s. 6d. as above 119,597 10 6
141,908 19 4
Michaelmas term, 6–7 Anne, in further part of 43,251l. 12s. 6d. for Queen Anne's proportion anno 1708 of the charge of 4,639 Saxons taken into the service in 1707 3,496 8 10¼
Easter term, 7 Anne, in further part of the above 43,251l. 12s. 6d. 20,978 13
Michaelmas term, 7–8 Anne, in further part of said 43,251l. 12s. 6d. 6,992 17
31,467 19
Michaelmas term, 6–7 Anne, in further part of 34,251l. 13s. 4d. for Queen Anne's proportion of the charge anno 1708 of 3,000 Palatines 2,811 17
Easter term, 7 Anne, in further part of said 34,251l. 13s. 4d. 17,035 5
Michaelmas term, 7–8 Anne, in further part of said 34,251l. 13s. 4d. 8,593 8
28,440 10 5
Michaelmas term, 6–7 Anne, in part of 9,269l. 16s. 6d. for Queen Anne's proportion of the charge anno 1708 of Bothmar's Dragoons 753 3 3
Easter term, 7 Anne, in further part of the said 9,269l. 16s. 6d. as above 4,518 19 6
Michaelmas term, 7 Anne, in further part of said 9,269l. 16s. 6d. 1,506 6 6
6,778 9 3
Michaelmas term, 6–7 Anne, in full of 10,000l. for Extraordinary Levy money for recruits as by the general letters of privy seal of 13 March 1701–2 and the sign manual of 10 Feb. 1707–8 10,000 0 0
between 25 Dec. 1708 and 25 Dec. 1709:
Michaelmas term, 7–8 Anne, in further part of 494,689l. 8s. 6d. for Queen Anne's proportion of subsidies anno 1708 by the privy seal of 26 Dec. 1707 34,308 3 7
Easter term, 8 Anne, in further part of same 13,380 16 4
47,688 19 11
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Michaelmas term, 7–8 Anne, in full of 43,251l. 12s. 6d. for the Queen's proportion anno 1708 for 4,639 Saxons as by the privy seal of 18 Dec. 1707 4,435 5
ditto for the Queen's proportion anno 1708 of Bothmar's Dragoons 910 0 9
ditto in full of 894,272l. 3s. 6d. as above anno 1708 19,391 4 1
total received as above 1,352,512l. 18s. 7d.
Poundage deducted from the payments to the Forces:
from the Forces on the Establishment of the 40,000 men 22,936 9
from ditto on the Establishment of the 20,000 men 2,920 4
25,856 13 7
One day's pay per an. stopped from the pay of the Forces:
from the 40,000 men Establishment 1,228 10 4
from the 20,000 men Establishment 165 14 9
1,394 5 1
Deductions for charges of transportation in their passage from England to Holland in 1708:
on the 40,000 men Establishment 1,474 17 9
on the 20,000 men Establishment 304 1 2
1,778 18 11
Deductions for arms delivered out of her late Majesty's stores 238 1 7
Profit by exchange of moneys remitted to Holland or taken up there in 1705, 1706, 1707, and 1708: being his voluntary charges as by his Account exhibited upon oath 7,051 17
total charge £1,445,551 10
Discharge. £ s. d.
Surplusage on his last preceding accompt 19,697 18 5
pay of the 40,000 men—General and Staff Officers:
Duke of Marlborough as Commander in Chief at 10l. a day 3,660 0 0
Charles Churchill as General of the Foot at 6l. a day and his Aide de Camp at 30s. a day 2,737 10 0
Henry Lumley and George, Earl of Orkney, two of the three Lieut. Generals, and Richard Ingoldsby, the other Lieut. Gen., and Henry Withers succeeding him, at 4l. a day each 4,392 0 0
Henry Withers, one of the 5 Major Generals, and Thomas Meredith succeeding him, and Cornelius Wood, Charles Rossie and John Richmond Webb as Major Generals at 2l. a day each, and John, Duke of Argyle, the same 3,658 0 0
Thomas Meredith as one of the 6 Brigadiers and Gilbert Primrose succeeding him, and Sir Richard Temple, the Earl of Stair, Lord North and Grey, William Cadogan and Joseph Sabine, Brigadiers, at 30s. a day each 3,294 0 0
William Cadogan, Quartermaster General, at 10s. a day 183 0 0
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Henry Durell, Adjutant General, at 10s. a day 183 0 0
Lieut.-Col. Alexander Spotswood, Deputy Quartermaster General, at 5s. a day 91 10 0
Adam Cardonell, Secretary to the Commander in Chief, at 10s. a day 182 10 0
Revd. Francis Hare, Chaplain to the Commander in Chief, at 6s. 8d. a day 121 13 4
William Forster as Physician to the Commander in Chief, at 10s. a day 183 0 0
Dourand, Surgeon to the Commander in Chief, at 10s. a day 183 0 0
Henry Watkins, Deputy Judge Advocate, at 10s. a day 183 0 0
Col. Giles Spicer, Waggon Master General, and his assistant at 13s. a day for 200 days in the Campaign anno 1708, “being equal to his allowance of 7s.d. a day on the Establishment for 365 days” 130 0 0
John Fury, Provost Marshall, for himself and his 2 men at 12s. a day 219 12 0
Sundry Aides de Camp to the Generals, viz.: Col. Hy. Durell, Col. Tho. Panton, Capt. John Pitt, Capt. Medcalfe Graham, Capt. John Armstrong, William Lancaster, the 6 Aides de Camp to the Commander in Chief at 10s. a day each; and 2 Aides de Camp each to the 3 Lieut. Generals and 5 ditto to the 5 Major Generals 3,110 0 0
Major Tho. Whitney, Capt. Archibald Hamilton, Capt. Charles Cathcart and Capt. Tlandig Testefolle, four Majors of Brigade, at 10s. each and Major William Congreve ditto at 10s. a day 914 10 0
total for General and Staff Officers 23,426 5 4
Regiments: British.
Horse and Dragoons:
Lieut.-Gen. Henry Lumley, Queen's Regiment of Horse 33,008 3 4
Lieut.-Gen. Cornelius Wood, Regiment of Horse 22,202 11 10
Major-Gen. Cadogan, ditto 22,241 5 10
Lieut.-Gen. Francis Palmes, ditto 22,286 5 10
Meinhard, Duke of Schomberg, ditto 22,195 10 10
Earl of Stair, Royal Regiment of British Dragoons 22,795 16 4
Lieut.-Gen. Charles Rosse, Royal Regiment of Dragoons of Ireland 22,795 16 4
Foot:
Earl of Orkney, Royal Regiment of Foot 31,904 18 4
Duke of Argyll, Regiment of Foot 16,266 16 8
Lieut.-Gen. John Richmond Webb, ditto 16,266 16 8
Lord North and Grey, ditto 16,266 16 8
Lieut.-Gen. Emanuel Howe, ditto 16,266 16 8
Col. Francis Godfrey, ditto 16,266 16 8
Lieut.-Gen. Richard Ingoldsby, ditto 16,266 16 8
Brigadier Sampson de Lalo, ditto 16,266 16 8
Major-Gen. Joseph Sabine, ditto 16,266 16 8
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Brigadier William Tatton and Brigadier Gilbert Primrose successively, ditto 16,266 16 8
Col. George Preston, ditto 16,266 16 8
Lieut.-Gen. Thomas Meredyth, ditto 16,266 16 8
Sir Richard Temple, bt., ditto 16,195 9 4
Major-Gen. Thomas Farrington, ditto 14,267 2 6
Brigadier William Evans, ditto 15,089 14 2
total to British Regiments 423,917 18 0
Foreign Forces. the Queen's moiety of pay as by royal warrant dated 12 April 1714 and 30 Nov. 1714.
the 40,000 men:
William Schnell, Commissary of the Danish Forces for the moiety of 12,000 Danes as by Treaty of 15 June 1701 116,585 7 51/7
Daniell Meynertzhagen, Commissary of the Prussian Troops of 2 Regiments of Horse and 5 of Foot as by the Treaty of 28 Nov. 1704 43,136 15 33/7
Christian Albert Moller and Henry Schirmer, Commissaries to the Hessian Forces, 1 Regiment of Horse, 2 of Dragoons and 5 of Foot as by the Convention of 13 Feb. 1701–2 53,823 15 84/7
The Sieur de Klingrave, Counsellor to the Duke of Hanover and Zelle “now our most gracious sovereign,” 2 Regiments of Horse, 12 of Foot as by the Convention Act of 13 Dec. 1704 171,799 16 44/7
total pay of the Foreign Forces 385,345 14 95/7
total for the 40,000 men 832,689l. 18s. 15/7d.
The 20,000 Troops of Augmentation.
The British Regiments:
Earl of Orrery: Foot Regiment 15,512 10 0
Col. Joseph Johnson: ditto 7,388 16 8
Lieut.-Gen. Thomas Erle: ditto 7,240 11 4
Col. Tho. Allen: ditto 6,789 5 4
Sir Thomas Prendergast: ditto 7,218 4 0
Brigadier Hans Hamilton: ditto 7,068 8 8
Col. Roger Townshend: ditto 7,186 11 0
total of British Regiments 58,404 7 0
Her Majesty's proportion of the pay of the Foreign Forces:
Monsieur William Petkum for the Duke of Holstein Gottorp, 2 Regiments of Dragoons and 2 of Foot as by the Convention Act of 15 March 1703 27,406 10 8
Gaspar Rover for the Duke of Saxe Gotha, 2 Regiments of Dragoons and 2 of Foot as by the Convention Act of 27 March 1703 23,314 17 95/7
Christian Albrecht Moller for the Landgrave of Hesse, 1 Regiment of Foot as by the Convention Act of 31 March 1703 10,884 15 106/7
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
John Hallungius for Monsieur Waleff for a Regiment of Dragoons of 8 Troops of the Forces of Liége commanded by said Waleff pursuant to a Convection Act with Monsieur Waleff dated 24 Feb. 1703 14,653 18 10¼
William Schnell for 520 men of the King of Denmark transferred to this Establishment as supernumerary to the 40,000 Establishment as by the Treaties with the King of Denmark dated 15 June 1701 8,344 7 22/7
moiety total for Foreign Forces of the 20,000 men 84,604 10 51/7
Paid over to John Howe, Paymaster General of Guards and Garrisons to make good an exceeding in the pay [or the difference in the pay] of 5 Regiments transferred from the Establishment of the Forces Abroad to the said Howe's Establishment of Guards and Garrisons [and others transferred from that Establishment in their room] being to complete the pay of those Regiments from 25 June 1708 to 22 Dec. 1708 as by the royal warrant of 17 Dec. 1708 1,046 15 8
total for the 20,000 men, British and Foreign, 144,055l. 13s. 11/7d.
Money issued for the pay of the Foreign Forces borne on several Establishments of Additional Forces taken into the joint services of Queen Anne and the United Provinces, for the year 1708, which being issued for full numbers without muster rolls, the Queen's proportion thereof according to the said Establishments is directed to be allowed by the privy seals of 12 April 1714 and 30 Nov. 1714, viz.:
Baron de Gersdorff for 1 Regiment of Horse, 2 of Dragoons and 4 of Foot of Saxon Troops serving in Flanders as by the Treaty of King Augustus with Queen Anne and the States General as by the Establishment dated 20 Nov. 1707 43,205 14 95/7
The Sieur de Klingraaf for a Regiment of Dragoons of the Elector of Hanover, commanded by the Baron de Bothmar employed in Flanders as by the Treaty dated 14 April 1708 9,295 4 91/7
Monsieur Anthony Bout, for Queen Anne's proportion (being two thirds) of the pay of a Regiment of Horse and 2 Regiments of Foot of the Elector Palatine taken into service as by the Treaty of 26 May 1706, and serving in Italy 34,302 18 33/7
total for the Forces borne on several Establishments of the Additional Forces 86,803 17 102/7
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Subsidies to Foreign Princes:
King of Denmark, 1 year to 15 Dec. 1708 as by the Treaty of 15 June 1701 37,500 0 0
Landgrave of Hesse Cassel, 1 year to 23 Dec. 1708, as by Treaty of 13 Feb. 1701–2, for the moiety of 125,000 guilders for 9,000 men, 5,952l. 7s. 73/7d. and for two thirds of the additional subsidy of 100,000 crowns for 2 Regiments of Horse in Italy, as by Treaty of 20 May 1706 and 17 April 1708, from 1 Dec. 1707 to 30 Nov. 1708, 15,873l. 0s. 33/7d. 21,825 7 106/7
Elector Palatine, the Queen's moiety of 40,000 crowns or 100,000 guilders for 1 year to 23 Dec. 1708 pursuant to Treaty dated 17 May 1703 4,761 18 11/7
Elector of Treves, moiety of 50,000 crowns for same year as by Treaty dated 7 May 1702 5,952 7 73/7
King of Prussia, Queen Anne's two thirds of 300,000 crowns for 8,000 men for Italy, for a year ended 15 Jan. 1708–9 and for the agio thereof as by Treaty dated 28 Nov. 1704 50,000 0 0
total of subsidies 120,039 13 73/7
Money issued for bread-waggons, forage, waggon money and extraordinaries:
Sir Solomon de Medina for bread and bread-waggons for the 40,000 men anno 1708, 20,000l. and for the 10,000 men 5,000l. 25,000 0 0
forage and waggon money for the British Forces according to rations detailed 11,385 1 11½
waggons for ditto 4,000 0 0
Sundry Agents for Foreign Forces for Queen Anne's share of extraordinaries, recruits, &c.:
Monsieur Wm. Schnell (for the Danes) 3,833 2 63/7
Monsier Daniel Meynertzhagen (for the Prussians) 1,357 2 102/7
Monsieur Wm, Fornenberg (for the Hessians) 2,912 7 73/7
The Sieur Klingraaf (for the Hanoverians) 7,218 18 33/7
Monsieur Wm. Petkum (for the Duke of Holstein) 889 0 113/7
Monsieur Gaspar Rover (for Saxe Gotha) 488 11 51/7
Monsieur Bout (for two thirds to the Palatines) 1,748 11 51/7
J. Conrad Norff (for the Bishop of Munster) 222 17 15/7
Monsieur John Hallungius (for the Regiments of Oost Friezland and of Osnabrug) 617 13 4
Monsieur Lausel (for Col. Caris's Regiment) 154 5 84/7
John Hallungius (for Baron de Waleff's Regiment) 457 8 66/7
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Baron de Gersdorfe (for a, moiety of 3 months' allowance in advance for waggons for 2 Regiments of Dragoons and 4 of Foot of Saxons) 1,314 5 84/7
21,214 5 7
Several other agents to Foreign Forces for horses lost by sickness or against the enemy: all as by the certificates of Monsieur Slingelandt and the receipts of the following persons, viz.:
Monsieur William Schnell 104 horses (Danes) 689 5 84/7
Monsieur William Fornenberg 71 horses and 6 horses (Hessians) 492 17 15/7
Monsieur Wm. Petkum 27 horses (Holstein) 144 12 102/7
Monsieur Bout 43 horses (Baron de Venniger's Regiment of Palatines) 409 10 55/7
John Hallungius 13 and 63 and 62 horses and 49 and 31 Dragoons of Baron de Waleff's Regiment 758 14 66/7
ditto for the Regiment of Oost Friezland 4 19 15/7
2,499 19 106/7
Sundry extraordinary allowances to the Foreign Forces over and above Contingencies provided for on the Establishments; Monsieur Slingelandt having certified that the States General have paid their [moiety] proportion thereof, viz.:
Monsieur Zegar Goris for money due to the Sieurs Pangaart and Robyns, providers of hay, oats and straw to the Danish Forces in Bruges and Dendermonde as by agreement with Gen. Cadogan dated 24 Oct. 1707 by order of the Duke of Marlborough 3,006 4 11/7
ditto for ditto for the Hanover Troops in winter quarters 1707–8 as by agreement dated 22 Oct. 1707 4,761 18 11/7
Monsieur Gerard Rover for forage and ammunition, bread for the Prussians quartered in the Upper Quarter of Gelderland in winter 1707–8 agreed to be allowed to them when the countries do not furnish the same: also the agio of the pay of the Prussian Troops in Flanders anno 1708 being the difference between the money of Germany and Holland as by the Treaty 24,296 10 91/7
32,064 12 113/7
Sundry contingent payments for the service of the British Forces:
John Senior and John Vandenande, Trumpeters to the General, for extraordinary services in the 1708 Campaign 20 0 0
Henry Watkins for disbursements in the Secretary of War's office for the Forces in Flanders anno 1708 962 17 6
The Duke of Marlborough for disbursements for the Contingent uses of the Forces in the 1708 Campaign 9,017 2 6
10,000 0 0
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Levy money and other allowances to the British Forces:
Earl of Stair and Lieut.-Gen. Ross 3,400 0 0
Major-Gen. John Richmond Webb 480 0 0
3,880 0 0
total payments for bread, forage, waggons, contingencies and extraordinaries 110,044l. 0s.d.
Moneys paid for extraordinaries of the Foreign Forces for preceding years and for contingencies of the British Forces not previously allowed:
Baron de Dalwigh, Envoy Extraordinary of the Landgraf of Hesse Cassel for Queen Anne's two thirds share of the extraordinary charge of bread and forage of his Troops in Italy in 1706 and 1707 as by the royal warrant of 7 June 1709 13,343 14 6
Richard Grey, Major of Harwich, for the relief of poor soldiers discharged in Flanders and brought over in the packets in 1707 as by the royal warrant of 27 March 1708 16 5 6
Col. Charles Gorsuch for extraordinary charges and expenses in the 3 Campaigns in Flanders 1705, 1706, 1707 by particular direction: as by royal warrant of 26 March 1708 200 0 0
13,560 0 0
Money directed to be paid out of the deductions of poundage and one day's pay:
John Davies as Chaplain in the Hospital anno 1708: as by royal warrant of 8 Jan. 1708–9 20 0 0
Isaac Teale, Apothecary, for 26 pairs of chests of medicines: as by the same royal warrant 515 6 3
William Gill, Commissary for the Exchange of prisoners, for extraordinary charges in attending the Conference at Leuze: as by the royal warrant of 9 June 1709 100 0 0
the Duke of Wurtenberg for the allowance to the Danish Troops for sick and wounded that ought to have been received in the Hospitals in the 1708 Campaign: as by the royal warrant of 20 Aug. 1708 600 0 0
the Sieur Adrian Vander Kaa for waggons for transporting the sick and wounded: as by the royal warrant of 8 Jan. 1708–9 700 0 0
Tho. Sydenham paid to him to be disposed of by the Queen's directions: as by royal warrant of 28 June 1708 nil.
John Howe, Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons for Chelsea Hospital for the year 1708 wherewith he is charged in his Account of the said Hospital 1,169 11 10
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
this Accomptant [James Brydges] for salary and incidents of him and his Officers 4,212 18 6
fees paid in the Exchequer, &c. 11,910 10 5
fees paid to Auditor Edward Harley 590 0 0
19,818 7 0
paid to the Commanders of several Dutch ships who supplied provisions to her Majesty's Forces in their passage from Holland to England upon the intended invasion in the year 1708: as by the privy seals of 12 April 1714 and 30 Nov. 1714 and to be reimbursed from the pay of the said Forces 1,143 16 11¾
total payments and allowances £1,347,853 5 6
and so remains 97,698l. 5s.d.
Whereof.
Depending on the following for moneys imprested: £ s. d.
1703 Samuel Atkinson and Nicholas Roup for transport 3,000 0 0
1703 ditto for the Holland Transport 926 10 8
1704 John Nutin for transport (provisions) 5,537 7 5
1704 ditto (men) 1,800 0 10
1704 Charles Bertie for royal bounty for the Ordnance 1,658 10 0
1704 John Hudson, Director of the Hospitals in the Low Countries 435 0 0
1704 Richard Hill for special service relating to the war 1,000 0 0
John Hudson, Director of the Hospitals in the Low Countries, imprested by Charles Fox and this Accomptant for the said Hospitals:
£ s. d.
anno 1703 3,939 11
anno 1704 9,254 11 3
anno 1705 9,261 5 11
anno 1706 9,010 14 0
anno 1707 10,895 4 0
42,361 6
Imprests within the term of this account:
the above said John Hudson for said Hospitals from 3 May 1708 to 12 March following 25,359 14 0
Sir Solomon de Medina for extraordinary charges by reason of the length of the 1708 campaign 16,000 0 0
£98,078 9
and so this Accomptant is in surplusage 380l. 4s.d.
Declared 10 Nov. 1715.
To this account the Auditor Edward Harley has appended the following notes or Memoranda:
It appears by the preceding accounts that the sum of 40,000l. was lent by the Queen in 1704 to the present Emperor of Germany by the name of King of Spain: of which care is to be taken when the account shall be settled with his Imperial Majesty.
There is due from the States General of the United Provinces 800l., being their moiety of the allowance of waggon money paid by the Accountant for the year 1708 to the four English Battalions on the Establishment of the 20,000 additional men.
Sir Henry Furnese, deceased, being by agreement with the late Lord Treasurer dated 13 Feb. 1704–5 and by several subsequent agreements appointed to remit all money necessary for her Majesty's Forces in the Low Countries and Germany, for which he is accountable, the said Sir Henry did in his lifetime by order of the Treasury exhibit his accounts of the said remittances for the time he was concerned in that affair, viz.: from May 1705 to August 1710 which are under examination in order to the preparing a state thereof.
Of the sums appearing to remain undeducted at the foot of the account of Charles Fox, the preceding Paymaster, for the year 1704 for charges of transportation amounting to 2,121l. 12s. 9d. there has been deducted and charged in the account for 1706 the sum of 5l. 14s. 6d. from Lieut.-Gen. Ingoldsby's Regiment; and there remains to be charged, for ought appears to the Auditors, the sum of 2,715l. 18s. 1d.
There is also undeducted for provisions in transportation at the foot of the said Mr. Fox's account for the half year ended 24 June 1705 the sum of 150l. 8s. 2d.
There is also undeducted of the charges given in by the Commissioners of Transportation for the year 1706 the sum of 72l. 3s. 8d. and for the year 1707 the sum of 22l. 3s. 3d.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY: FORCES IN SPAIN AND PORTUGAL.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 394. AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 317, ROLL 1264.
James Brydges, Paymaster General of the Forces Abroad.
24 December 1707 to 23 December 1708.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Remains in the hands of this accomptant at the end of his preceding accompt 187,471 4
Depending upon several persons as on the foot of the said accompt 158,622 16 10
Money received out of the Exchequer for the Forces in Spain and Portugal:
Michaelmas term, 6–7 Anne, by the privy seal of 31 January 1706–7 in part of 186,296l. 4s. 2d. for said Forces anno 1707 243 0 0
in part of 100,000l. for extraordinary subsidy to the Duke of Savoy as by the privy seal of 26 Dec. 1706 8,959 7 1
Easter term, 7 Anne, in further part of ditto 24,650 0 0
Michaelmas term, 7–8 Anne, in further part of ditto 20,483 6 0
Michaelmas term, 6–7 Anne, in full of 12,284l. 19s.d. for the charges of the barracks, &c., of Gibraltar 12,284 19
in part of 586,671l. 12s. 6d. for the Forces in Spain and Portugal as by the privy seal of 26 Dec. 1707 289,251 18
Easter term, 7 Anne, in further part of same 273,834 14 5
Charge.
£ s. d. £ s. d.
Michaelmas term, 7–8 Anne, in further part of same 16,796 1 11¾
Easter term, 7 Anne, in further part of 494,689l. 8s. 6d. anno 1708 as by the same privy seal 234,050 0
Michaelmas term, 7–8 Anne, for ditto 74,104 16
Michaelmas term, 6–7 Anne, in further part of 500,000l. for augmentation of her Majesty's Forces, for strengthening the Duke of Savoy, &c. 128,586 19
Easter term, 7 Anne, in further part of the said 500,000l. 254,622 18 7
Michaelmas term, 7–8 Anne, in further part of said 500,000l. 108,138 13
Michaelmas term, 6–7 Anne, in further part of 100,000l. as by the privy seal of 2 Jan. 1706–7 5,000 0 0
Easter term, 7 Anne, in further part of ditto 8,028 0 0
in further part of 100,000l. for extraordinary charges and expenses in the defence of Gibraltar as by the privy seal of 25 Dec. 1705 679 15 0
Michaelmas term, 7–8 Anne, in further part of ditto 649 12 6
1,460,364 2
One day's pay in a year deducted from these Forces for Chelsea Hospital 498 13
Poundage deducted from the pay of these Forces 9,154 1
Money voluntarily charged as deducted from the several Regiments on this accompt for clothing, bread, &c., viz.
for small clothing and accoutrements delivered by Henry Vincent, Commissary, in 1708 7,197 17
for bread delivered by Mr. Chabane, Commissary, in 1707 2,124 10 0
for accoutrements delivered by Commissary Bucknall in 1708 913 9 0
part of 7,887l. 13s.d. paid to Mr. Bucknall and sent by him to the prisoners after the battle of Almanza and allowed in this accompt 7,660 18
money deducted from the German and Palatine Troops for provisions consumed by them in their passage to Barcelona by Mr. William Chetwind 5,608 0 10¼
23,504 15 5
The value of sundry arms delivered to the Regiment of Fuziliers by the Officer of Ordnance which this accomptant deducted from the pay of the said Regiment 551 18 0
Deducted by this accomptant or his agents from the pay of Col. Hans Hamilton's Regiment on account of their pay and subsistence received of Henry Vincent late Deputy Paymaster in Spain: as by a certificate by Mr. Oakley, deputy to Auditor Harley, that Mr. Vincent has credit in his accompt in that [Auditor's] Office for the said money paid to the said Regiment 4,489 9 7
total of charge and receipts £1,844,657 0
Discharge.
£ s. d. £ s. d.
Paid to the General Officers borne on the Establishment for Portugal for the year 1708 as likewise those borne on the Establishment for Spain for the same time, and those in the King of Portugal's own army and those that went on the Expedition with General Erle, viz.:
General Officers borne on the Portugal Establishment:
Earl of Galway, Commander in Chief, and three Aides de Camp for 366 days 24 Dec. 1707 to 23 Dec. 1708 (leap year) at 11l. 10s. a day 4,209 0 0
Marquis de Montandre, as Major General and one Aides de Camp 915 0 0
Brigadier Sankey 549 0 0
Major Gen. Renier as Major of Brigade 183 0 0
John Pradelle, Esq., as Quarter Master General 183 0 0
Col. Magnus Kempenfeldt as Adjutant General (abating 10s. short paid) 182 10 0
Thomas Lefever and Mr. Bladen, successively officiating as Judge Advocate 183 0 0
Ralph Bucknall as Commissary of the Musters 183 0 0
Thomas Lefever as Secretary to the General 182 10 0
Alexander Innes as Chaplain to the General 122 0 0
Doctor Amyott as Physician to the General 183 0 0
Jonathan Keat as Surgeon to the General 183 0 0
Dr. Denoon as Physician to the Hospital 274 10 0
Isaac Elliott as Master Surgeon to the Hospital 183 0 0
Paul Ninian, William Smith and Robert Hill, 3 surgeon's mates, William Scott, apothecary, and Robert Hill, clerk to the Hospital 457 10 0
James Medlicot, Commissary of stores, and his clerks (1l. 10s. short paid) 547 10 0
Mr. Lefever as Provost Martiall and Mr. Bladen succeeding him 311 2 0
Mr. Claude St. Amour as Waggon Master General 54 18 0
total for the General Officers borne on the Portugal Establishment 9,086 10 0
General Officers borne on the Establishment for Spain:
Major Gen. Stanhope as Commander in Chief and 2 Aides de Camp for 366 days ending 23 Dec. 1708 being Leap Year 1,098 0 0
Brig. Gen. Carpenter and his Major of Brigade 732 0 0
Brig. Pepper and his Major of Brigade 732 0 0
Brig. Wade and his Major of Brigade 732 0 0
Col. Dubourgay as Quarter Master General 183 0 0
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Major Boismorell, Mr. Arent Furley and Col. Hugh Pearson, successively officiating as Adjutant General 183 0 0
William Salter as Judge Advocate 183 0 0
Mr. Craggs as Commissary of the Musters 183 0 0
Mr. Arent Furley as Surgeon to the General and Mr. Paul Margett succeeding him 183 0 0
Capt. Johnston as Provost Martiall and 4 men 311 2 0
Dr. John Lecaan as Physician to the Hospital (1l. short paid) 365 0 0
Major Gen. Carpenter for an additional Aide de Camp for 4 months to 23 April 1708 during which time he acted as Commander in Chief in Spain in the absence of General Stanhope 61 0 0
total for the General Officers borne on the Establishment for Spain 4,946 2 0
the General Officers that went on the Expedition with General Erle:
Thomas Erle, General and Commander in Chief, and 3 Aides de Camp from 1 May 1708 to 22 Dec. 1708 2,714 0 0
Lieut. Gen. William Seymour and 2 Aides de Camp 1,180 0 0
Major Gen. Richard Gorge and 1 Aide de Camp 590 0 0
Brig. Owen Wynne and his Major of Brigade 472 0 0
Brig. John Livesay and his Major of Brigade 472 0 0
Col. Magnus Kempenfeldt as Adjutant General 118 0 0
Col. Anthony Columbine as Quarter Master General 118 0 0
Samuel Linn, Secretary to the Commander in Chief 118 0 0
Dr. David Denoon, Physician to the General 118 0 0
Peter Rouviere, Surgeon to the General 118 0 0
John Thurston, Deputy Judge Advocate 118 0 0
John Barker, Deputy Paymaster 118 0 0
Samuel Linn, Commissary of the Musters 118 0 0
Anthony de Laussac as Chaplain to the General 78 13 4
Edward Kennedy, as Provost Martiall and 4 men 200 12 0
total for the General Officers attending the Expedition under General Erle 6,651 5 4
General Officers in the King of Portugal's Army:
Major-Gen. D'Offarrell as Brig. Gen. from 24 Dec. 1707 to 23 Aug. 1708 366 0 0
Adjutant General Lundie for 365 days to 22 Dec. 1708 365 0 0
731 0 0
total for the General Officers 21,414l. 17s. 4d.
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Pay of the Regiments:
Regiments borne on the Establishment for Portugal:
Lord Mark Kerr's Foot, 22 Dec. 1707 to 22 Dec. 1708 6,382 17
Maj. Gen. Brudenall's Foot, 24 June 1708 to 22 Dec. 1708 7,038 7
late Brig. Blood's Foot, 24 Dec. 1707 to 24 June 1708 7,501 8
Col. Thomas Moore's Foot, succeeding Blood's upon the Establishment, 24 June to 22 Dec. 1708 6,514 9
Lord Mountjoy's Foot, 24 Dec. 1707 to 22 Dec. 1708 12,098 19
Major Gen. Gorge's Foot: same time 13,231 4 8
Lord Mordaunt's Foot: same time 14,473 9
Maj. Gen. Macartney's Foot, 24 Dec. 1707 to 24 June 1708 6,570 4
Brig. Dormer's Foot, 24 Dec. 1707 to 22 Dec. 1708 13,933 3 10½
Col. Toby Caulfeild's late Regiment of Foot: same time 13,289 11
Col. Bowles's Foot, 24 Dec. 1707 to 24 June 1708 6,169 3
107,202 19
Regiments borne on the Establishment for Spain:
Lieut. Gen. Harvey's Regiment of Horse, 24 Dec. 1707 to 22 Dec. 1708 20,534 10
Earl of Strafford's Regiment of Dragoons: same time 18,361 2 7
Major Gen. Pepper's Regiment of Dragoons: same time 16,759 3 10
Gen. Pearce's Regiment of Dragoons, 24 Dec. 1707 to 23 Dec. 1708 7,786 19
Count Nassau's Regiment of Dragoons, 24 Dec. 1707 to 22 Dec. 1708 18,388 1
the French Regiment of Dragoons: same time 14,434 11
Lord Tyrawley's Regiment of Fuziliers: same time 9,507 8 10
Earl of Portmore's Regiment of Foot: same time 10,016 18 11½
Lieut. Gen. Stuart's ditto: ditto 10,785 10 10¼
Gen. Hill's ditto: from 24 Dec. 1707 to 24 June 1708 6,085 2
Major Gen. Wade's ditto: 24 Dec. 1707 to 22 Dec. 1708 14,674 15 6
Col. Thomas Harrison's ditto: ditto 13,770 3
Col. Disny's (lately Col. Allnutt's) ditto: ditto 3,843 19
Maj. Gen. Elliott's ditto: ditto 12,942 6 11¼
Marquis de Montandre's ditto: ditto 5,043 13
Brig. Bretton's ditto: ditto 3,209 1 1
Col. Sybourg's ditto: 24 Dec. 1707 to 23 Dec. 1708 11,676 17
Col. Blosset's ditto: ditto 7,674 18 0
Col. Magny's ditto: ditto 1,615 4 7
Maj. Gen. Carles's [sic] ditto (now Col. Vesey's): 1 Aug. to 22 Dec. 1708 4,949 17
Earl of Galway's Regiment of Dragoons: same time 7,571 4 2
219,631 12
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Subsistence to Regiments omitted in the Account anno 1707:
Major Gen. Brudenall's Regiment of Foot, 24 Dec. 1706 to 23 Dec. 1707 11,229 4
Maj. Gen. Hamilton's ditto: same time 10,136 16 11¼
Lord Mohun's ditto: ditto 10,587 17
Col. Thomas Allen's ditto: ditto 10,273 11 5
Major Gen. Farrington's ditto: ditto 11,309 14
53,537 4
The pay of the Regiments on the Portugal Establishment:
Major Gen. Pearce's Regiment of Foot of items detailed, 24 Dec. 1707 to 22 Dec. 1708 13,159 10 10
Major Gen. Newton's ditto: ditto 13,179 10 10
Lieut. Gen. Sankey's ditto: ditto 13,177 10 2
Major Gen. Stanwix's ditto: ditto 13,159 10 10
Earl of Barrimore's ditto: ditto 15,512 10 0
Brig. Hans Hamilton's ditto, from 25 June to 22 Dec. 1708 7,132 18 2
Col. Richard Franckes's (lately Lord Paston's) ditto, for 182 days ended 22 Dec. 1708 7,220 11 4
82,542 2 2
The pay of the Regiments on the Establishment for Spain:
Lieut. Gen. Ecklin's Regiment of Dragoons, from their embarkation in Ireland in Oct. to 22 Dec. 1708 3,351 10 2
Brig. John Livesay's Regiment of Foot, for 181 days to 22 Dec. 1708 6,902 2 8
Brig. William Watkins's ditto, 24 Dec. 1707 to 22 Dec. 1708 14,388 6 0
Sir Charles Hotham's ditto: ditto 14,520 18 4
Major Gen. Winne's ditto, for 152 days to 23 June and 182 days to 22 Dec. 1708 12,572 16 4
51,735 13 6
total for pay of Regiments as above 134,277l. 15s. 8d.
Payments to several Foreign Forces serving in Spain:
payments to the Imperial Troops:
Monsieur Pareides, Commissary of the Imperial Troops for the pay of the effective men of General Ravenlaw's Regiment of Foot, 1 Jan. 1707–8 to 31 Dec. 1708 as by Gen. Stanhope's warrant of 18 Jan. 1709–10 and Mr. Pareides' acquittance 27,194 7 10½
ditto for pay of Count Taaf's Regiment of Foot: same time, and for waggon money: as by same warrant and Pareides' acquittance 20,403 14 10¼
ditto for Mareschall Staremberg's Regiment of Foot from 1 May 1708 (the time they first entered the Queen's service) to 31 Dec. 1708 as by like warrant and acquittance 18,402 16 3
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
ditto for the Imperial Regiment of Osnaburgh from 1 May as above to 31 Dec. 1708 and for waggons as by like warrant and acquittance 14,934 15 2
ditto for the Imperial Regiment of Dragoons under Gen. Erbeville from 1 May as above to 31 Dec. 1708 and for waggons and recruit officers as by like warrant and acquittance 17,172 14 11¼
98,108 9 1
payments to the Palatine Troops.
Monsieur Santinelle, Commissary for the Palatine Troops and others for 42 days'pay 4 Jan. 1707 to 3 Jan. 1708 of the General Officers and effective men of the said Troops as by the like warrant of Gen. Stanhope and acquittances of Monsieur Santinelle 19,616 19
total for the Foreign Forces in Spain 117,725l. 8s.d.
Subsidy to Charles III, King of Spain, for prosecuting the successes in Spain and towards the maintenance of himself and his Troops anno 1708 as allowed by the privy seal of 25 June, 2 Geo. I 106,039 10 11
to Mr. Thomas Martin in full for the monthly payments made from 1706 to 31 Dec. 1708 to such Spaniards as quitted the enemy's service and came over to the said King pursuant to the Earl of Galway's Declaration as by the certificates of Father Cienfuegos the said King's plenipotentiary 14,929 19 10¾
to Col. Charles Cuisac on the King of Spain's account by the Earl of Galway's warrant dated 20 May 1708 75 7 4
ditto on the said King's account by like warrant dated 1 June 1708 15 0 0
ditto in consideration of his having quitted the Duke of Anjou's service: to enable him to return to Portugal as by Queen Anne's warrant dated 28 April 1710 100 0 0
Count Fuensalada out of 150,000l. granted by Parliament for the said King: as by Queen Anne's warrant of 28 April 1710 300 0 0
Charles Mason, Treasurer of Transports, to be returned as part of the said 150,000l. for 4,000 quarters of wheat provided for the said King by Queen Anne's warrant of 26 Jan. 1707–8 5,000 0 0
Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance: to be esteemed as part of said 150,000l. for cannon ball and freight thereof for the said King 1,886 9 8
128,346 7
Subsidy to the King of Portugal for one year ended 30 Dec. 1708 150,000 0 0
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Payments for sundry extraordinary services of the war:
Payments for the extraordinary services of the war in Italy:
Prince Eugene of Savoy for raising, clothing and arming Imperial Foot soldiers in Catalonia pursuant to a convention between the Duke of Marlborough and the said Prince dated 14 April 1708 as allowed by privy seal dated 25 June, 2 Geo. I 13,730 10 0
Sir Theodore Jansen, which he advanced to Count Guiscard by his credit in Amsterdam and Geneva: allowed by said privy seal 518 0 7
14,248 10 7
Payments for the extraordinaries of the war in Spain:
Harry Mordaunt, Treasurer of the Ordnance, for defraying the charge of the Train of Artillery in Spain: by Queen Anne's warrant dated 9 Nov. 1708 10,879 11 6
ditto by like warrant 10,404 4 11
Charles Micklethwaite for defraying the charge of ships taken up at Lisbon for transporting horses from Italy to Catalonia and Barcelona: by warrants dated 10 July 1708 and 28 Aug. 1708 18,634 4 0
Don Sebastian de Orbea: by warrant from General Stanhope dated 30 Aug. 1708 475 0 0
Don Francisco D'Arez for charges of embarking men for Minorca: by like warrant dated 1 Sept. 1708 28 10 0
Capt. Thomas Butler for guns and stores taken by our ships and left for the use of his Catholic Majesty Charles III at Minorca: by like warrant dated 24 Sept. 1708 358 15 0
Alexander Stevenson for extraordinaries for Brig. Withers's Regiment of Catalans: by 4 warrants of General Stanhope 5,186 18 6
ditto for ditto for Col. Blossett's Batallion: by 4 like warrants 3,360 12 10¼
Patro Pedro Carbonnell for his good services in the Expedition to Minorca: by like warrant dated 12 Oct. 1708 23 15 0
Mr. Hunton, Commissary of the [Artillery] Train, for 2,823 corn sacks sent upon the Expedition to Mahon: by like warrant dated 22 Aug. 1708 316 11 0
John La Caze for several disbursements upon the Expedition to Mahon: by like warrant dated 3 Nov. 1708. Against this claim there is written in the margin “charged and accounted for in Brigadier Petit's account 1,068l. 15s. 0d. part of this sum” 4,261 1
Discharge. £ s. d.
Mr. Henry Feylingene, being so much which he paid to the Officers of the Dutch [Artillery] Train for their assistance during the siege of the Castle of St. Phillip in the fireworks: by like warrant dated 5 Nov. 1708 37 17 11¾
the Conde de Cavalla, Viceroy of Minorca, for mules bought of him for the Expedition to Majorca: by like warrant dated 20 Sept. 1708 308 15 0
ditto towards defraying his expenses in the Expedition to Mahon: by like warrant dated 4 Nov. 1708 1,900 0 0
Antonio Belvilges, &c, Contractors for mules by them furnished for the Train of Artillery and provisions for the Army in Spain: by warrant from General Carpenter dated 8 May 1708 9500 0 0
ditto on the same account by Gen. Stanhope's warrant dated 8 June 1708 9,500 0 0
ditto for mules and other necessaries by them provided for the Forces in Spain and Portugal and Train of Artillery: by like warrant dated 8 Aug. 1708 19,000 0 0
Charles Robinson for clothing and accoutrements by him provided for the Forces in Spain and Portugal: by Queen Anne's warrant dated 2 Feb. 1708–9 22,729 3 4
Conde de Cavallo for freight of 50 mules from Majorca to Minorca and for purchase of them: by General Stanhope's warrant dated 19 Oct. 1708 130 12 6
William Gibbs, Master of the Speedwell, for provisions by him delivered to the Commissary for the use of the Troops in Minorca: by like warrant dated 16 Dec. 1708 48 13 9
Mr. Arent Furley for several disbursements he made by warrant from the General dated 31 Dec. 1708 163 1 0
Mr. Trelawny for the balances of his Account of provisions in Minorca: by like warrant dated 30 Dec. 1708 4 16
General Goudrecourt in consideration of the loss of his baggage: by like warrant dated 27 June 1708 190 0 0
Antonio Belvilges, &c., due to them upon their contract for bread and bread waggons: by like warrant dated 7 Feb. 1708 5,018 9 0
Col. Michaell Richardo for expenses in transporting guns and stores to Mahon: by like warrant dated 25 Dec. 1708 19 2
ditto, being disbursed for furnishing 21 pontoons: by like warrant dated 25 Dec. 1708 51 19
Mr. Arent Furley, being so much disbursed for stores of war and sundry provisions by him sent to Port Mahon: by like warrant dated 20 Dec. 1708 884 12
Discharge. £ s. d.
Lewis Petit for paying the Officers of Castle St. Phillip from 3 Oct. to 23 Dec. 1708: by like warrant dated 7 Nov. 1708. Marginal Note NB chargd' in Brigadr Petits Accot. 291 15 8
ditto for the use of the fortifications at Port Mahon, by like warrant dated 10 Nov. 1708. Marginal note The like 1,900 0 0
Arent Furley for the like stores for the use of the Navy: by like warrant dated 20 Dec. 1708 254 12 4
Capt. Nevill for the loss of an anchor and cable which he was obliged to leave in the road to Barcelona: by like warrant dated 22 Dec. 1708 21 0 0
Daniel Dittich for several disbursements made by him for the service: by like warrant dated 28 Dec. 1708 310 15
Mr. Chabane for disbursements in the manufacturing of corn; by like warrant dated 14 Feb. 1708–9 400 18 4
Monsieur Pareids for provisions by him delivered to the ship Winchester: by like warrant dated 31 Dec. 1708 68 18 10
Samuel Lynn for extraordinary disbursements: by Queen Anne's warrant dated 9 Feb. 1707–8 373 15 0
Thomas Sydenham to be by him disposed as he shall be directed by royal warrant: by Queen Anne's warrant dated 28 June 1708 300 0 0
William Churchill and John Harnage to complete their clothing contract for the French Dragoons, and for the interest thereon: allowed by Queen Anne's warrant dated 26 Dec. 1708 707 6 4
Brigadier Macartney for his pay at 30s. a day for 365 days ending 22 Dec. 1708, 547l. 10s. 0d. and for his Major of Brigade at 10s. a day for 62 days to 23 Feb. 1707–8, 31l.; as by Queen Anne's warrants dated 20 Feb. 1708 and 30 July 1708 and 12 Jan. 1708–9 abating 40s. not paid 576 10 0
total for extraordinaries of the war in Spain 128,621 19 6
payments to the General Officers at Gibraltar and for extraordinaries there.
Brigadier Elliot as Governor there for 313 days to 23 Dec. 1708; by warrant of King Geo. I dated 30 June 1716 469 10 0
Brig. Watkins as Lieut. Governor for 312 days to 23 Dec. 1708; by like warrant of the same date 156 0 0
Capt. John Webb, as Commissary, for 731 days to 23 Dec. 1708; by Lord Galway's warrant dated 6 Dec. 1708 365 10 0
William East, Postmaster to the Garrison and Secretary to the Governor, for 314 days to 23 Dec. 1708; by warrant of King Geo. I dated 30 June 1716 94 4 0
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Capt. Edward Bucknall, Adjutant to the Garrison, for 313 days to 23 Dec. 1708; by the same warrant 46 19 0
Major John Erwin, Town Major, for 365 days to 22 Dec. 1708; by Queen Anne's warrant dated 7 April 1709 91 5 0
John Wyniard, Deputy Judge Advocate, for 449 days to 14 Oct. 1708; by general warrant dated 26 March 1709 89 16 0
William Russell, Chaplain, for 366 days to 23 Dec. 1708; by the King's warrant dated 30 June 1716 109 16 0
Daniel Eldridge, Surgeon's mate, to same date; by Lord Galway's warrant dated 8 April 1708 15 0 0
John Norridge, Surgeon Major: 366 days to same date; by the King's warrant dated 30 June 1716 183 0 0
Oliver Rolt, Surgeon's mate; by Lord Galway's warrant dated 3 July 1710 and by the King's warrant as above 91 10 0
John Lloyd, turnkey; Joseph Despinosa, signalman; Richard Thurkill, provo: for the same time; by the King's warrant as above 54 18 0
John Campbell for his pay to the same date 86 0 0
John Sherman for coals for the Garrison; by Lord Galway's warrant dated 28 March 1708 936 6
Joseph Gulston, balance of Col. Bennett's account for the fortifications; by Lord Galway's warrant dated 27 April 1708 931 19
Pablo Sufia for two voyages to Tangier with old iron, broken bombs, balls and cannon for which he brought fresh provisions for the Garrison; by Lord Galway's warrant dated 4 April 1708 106 9
John Sherman for the balance of his account for soft bread for the garrison to 31 Jan. 1707–8; by Lord Galway's warrant dated 5 June 1708 373 12
Major Martin Bladen, for subsistence and passage to 11 masons to work at the fortifications; by warrant dated 5 Sept. 1708 54 0 0
Tempest Milner for coals; by warrant dated 20 Nov. 1708 790 9 11¼
Capt. John Johnson, for planks and timber; by warrant dated 5 Dec. 1708 55 12
the Town Major, storekeeper and turnkey of Alicante for their pay; by two warrants of Lord Galway 126 12 0
total for Officers and extraordinaries of the Garrison of Gibraltar 5,228 9 6
total for extraordinaries in Spain, Italy and Gibraltar 148,098l. 19s. 7d.
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Mules, mule maintenance or forage:
for the General Officers 1,477 0 0
for several Regiments, not detailed 6,473 6 3
General Stanhope as royal bounty nil
Condessa D'Oropessa as a present from her Majesty 1,000 0 0
8,950 6 3
Payments out of deductions for pay:
John Mead, Deputy Paymaster in Spain; 366 days to 23 Dec. 1708; by Queen Anne's warrant dated 28 March 1710 1,098 0 0
Thomas Morrice, ditto in Portugal: same time; by like warrant dated 28 Sept. 1703 1,098 0 0
Isaac Elliot, Surgeon, for the expenses of the Hospital in Portugal; by Lord Gallway's warrant dated 16 April 1708 20 0 0
John Beddell for ditto; by like warrant of same date 100 0 0
John Whitton for ditto; by like warrant dated 8 June 1708 36 0 0
Major Martin Bladen for ditto; by like warrant dated 5 Sept. 1708 66 15
John Whitton for ditto; by like warrant dated 4 Dec. 1708 209 14 0
Master Isaac Elliot, Master Surgeon: for ditto; by like warrant dated 16 Dec. 1708 50 0 0
Hector McNeal for medicines for the Garrison of Denia; by like warrant dated 19 Nov. 1708 16 17 0
Paul Margret for medicines for the Expedition to [Port] Mahon; by Gen. Stanhope's warrant dated 6 Aug. 1708 20 0 0
Frederick Marx, Governor of the Hospital in Spain for contingencies for same for a year ending 23 Dec. 1708; as by his monthly accompt and 12 warrants from the General 2,860 8 11
William Okey for medicines for ditto; by warrant dated 16 April 1708 20 0 0
Major Braguard for the sick at Tarragona; by like warrant of same date 17 5
John Beddell for medicines for the Hospital in Spain; by like warrant of same date 40 0 0
Dudley Ackland for ditto at Alicante; by like warrant dated 12 Jan. 1707–8 6 0 0
Jervas Read, for a bill drawn on him by Dr. Norridge, Master Surgeon; by warrant dated 28 March 1708 397 18 6
Severin Peterson for the Hospital in Spain; by warrant dated 9 June 1708 20 0 0
Pablo Borass for bread to the Forces and Hospitals; by Lord Galway's warrant dated 7 Feb. 1708–9 3 10
Paul Methuen, Ambassador Extraordinary to Portugal, for so much advanced by his father to Dr. Norridge for the Hospital; by like warrant dated 19 June 1708 95 0 0
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
James Lowe for medicines for the Detachment and Prisoners at Cavera; by order of Gen. Carpenter, Commander in Chief in absence of Gen. Stanhope 11 0 0
Joseph Chilcott for the Hospital at St. Colema; by Gen. Stanhope's warrant dated 13 March 1709–10 19 0 0
Dr. William Neilson for his pay and charges of returning home 23 Aug.; by like warrant dated 31 Aug. 1708 149 15 0
Frederick Marx, Director of the Hospital in Spain, for the subsistence of invalids and women and children sent there; by Gen. Stanhope's warrant dated 1 Sept. 1708 149 15 0
Dr. Gibson for medicines for the Hospital at Port Mahon; by like warrant dated 3 Nov. 1708 76 1 4
Dr. Margret for ditto for the Expedition to [Port] Mahon; by like warrant of same date 10 3
ditto for the Hospital in Minorca; by like warrant dated 13 November 1708 39 8 3
Mr. Marquiss, laid out for invalids and widows sent home; by like warrant dated 7 Nov. 1708 131 16 0
Capt. Conningham for beds for the English Foot in Tarragona; by like warrant dated 30 Nov. 1708 132 13
Theophilus Blyke for 400 blankets for ditto; by like warrant dated 16 Dec. 1708 120 17
Richard Gibson for medicines for the Hospital at Port Mahon; by like warrant dated 20 Dec. 1708 22 10 6
William Salter for subsisting women and children whose husbands were taken prisoners; by like warrant dated 20 Dec. 1708 50 14 4
Mr. Bagwell for subsisting invalids and widows on board ship left by Admiral Leake to bring them to England, by like warrant dated 20 Sept. 1708 72 6 8
Joseph Chilcot as an extraordinary Surgeon for 244 days to Dec. 1708; by warrant dated 31 Aug. 1708 122 0 0
Isaac Teale for medicines and surgical instruments for the Forces in Spain; by Queen Anne's warrant dated 21 May 1708 231 18 0
Frederick Marx, Director of the British Hospital in Spain, for himself, 2 Clerks, 1 Physician, 2 Master Surgeons, 4 mates, Apothecary and Chaplain; for 122 days ending 23 April 1708 559 3 4
ditto (abating for the Master Surgeon and Physician) for 244 days ending 23 Dec. 1708 by Gen. Stanhope's warrant dated 24 Oct. 1708 752 6 8
Thomas Foley, Auditor; by two Lord Treasurer's warrants dated 1 July 1704 and 17 Aug. 1709 457 6 7
9,243 8 7
Discharge £ s. d.
Respite of French Dragoons: to be disposed of as the Queen shall direct: paid to Charles Lebas, Agent to the late Regiment of French Dragoons, for the respited pay of the Col. from 25 April 1707 to 22 Dec. 1708 1,064 0 0
Contingencies, detailed, for the service of the Forces in Spain and Portugal: (including Francis Nonquaret for Guides; Lieut.-Col. John Pradelle for attending the embarcation of Earl Rivers' Expedition; Nicholas Herne, Consul at Alicante, for relief for Denia Garrison; William Wright for Secret Service; Godfrey Parker for ditto; bread for the Spanish prisoners from Gibraltar; Capt William English for Secret Service; Ensign Thomas Skryme for ditto; John Mead for the loss on re-coining 'moiedas' into pistols for buying corn at Algiers, &c.) 9,685 2 1
Subsistence in 1707 and 1708 for [British] prisoners taken at Almanza 10,024 19 0
Royal Bounty, detailed 900 0 0
total of payments and allowances £1,120,103 0
to which is added money depending upon the following:
imprested in 1703:
Samuel Atkinson and Nicholas Roop for transports 22,444 7 6
imprested in 1704: £ s. d
ditto for transports 7,300 0 0
John Nuttin for transports 13,289 8 2
Dr. Peter Amyot, Physician 50 0 0
20,639 8 2
in the half year ended 23 June 1705:
John Nuttin for transports 600 0 0
in the half year ended 23 Dec. 1705:
John Nuttin for transports 9,010 10 6
in the year ended 23 Dec. 1706 for the War in Portugal:
George Medlicott, Commissary of provisions in Portugal 31 10 0
Phillip Durell for extraordinary charges 720 0 0
John Whitton, for special service 100 0 0
Robert Smith, for expresses, &c. 386 14 6
1,238 4 6
ditto for the expedition under Earl Rivers.
Edward Douglas, Commissary for Earl Rivers' Expedition 25 0 0
John James Dabadie, Secretary to Earl Rivers, for contingencies 500 0 0
Charles le Bass, for special service of same 45 0 0
Peter Capon, allowance 41 4 0
Edward Castle, for special service of said Expedition 30 5 0
Earl Rivers for contingencies of same 400 0 0
1,041 9 0
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
ditto for the War in Spain.
Earl of Peterborough for so much received by him on bills drawn by him on this accomptant for the war in Catalonia and charged on him by the privy seal of 7 Aug. 1710 16,877 14 10
Richard Langhorne for bills drawn from Genoa on this accomptant for services relating to the Forces in Catalonia 5,182 13 2
Henry Vincent, late Deputy Paymaster of the Forces under the Earl of Peterborough, for so much received by him from Richard Hill by the hands of Col. Hans Hamilton on bills of exchange drawn by said Hill on this accomptant for the services of said Earl's Expedition 31,790 15 0
53,851 3 0
imprests in the year ended 23 Dec. 1707:
Col. Joseph Bennett on bills for works at Gibraltar 820 0 0
Col. Elliot and Col. Bennett on bills for provisions for Gibraltar 1,405 11 0
Capt. John Webb on bills for fortifications at Gibraltar 3,550 0 0
Major James Allen as Commissary 200 0 0
Joseph Cortiso for the Garrison of Alicante 297 13 3
Brig. Gorge for ditto 475 0 0
Don Joseph Cortiso for the Artillery Train 8207 10 6
John Norridge for the Hospital at Gibraltar 145 0 0
Vincent Chabane, Commissary of provisions 12,030 19 2
John Sherman on his contract for soft bread for Gibraltar 3,600 0 0
Ralph Bucknall for contingencies 2,398 2 5
Scudamore and Henshaw 95 0 0
William Salter for contingencies 950 0 0
Henry, Earl of Galway, for contingencies 1,200 0 0
Earl Rivers for contingencies 500 0 0
Frederick Marks for the Hospital in Spain 3,132 18 4
Dr. Peter Amyot for ditto 300 0 0
Earl of Peterborough for 560 mules 2,380 4 6
ditto on his own warrant 2,137 10 0
ditto for horses 4,000 0 0
ditto received of Mr. Methuen 1,575 0 0
Henry, Earl of Galway: received of Earl Rivers 397 5 0
49,797 14 2
imprests in 1708:
Col. Elliot on bills of exchange for works, &c, at Gibraltar 3,316 10 0
Capt. John Webb on bills for ditto 937 9 6
John Sherman on his Contract for soft bread for ditto 1,550 19
ditto for ditto 277 13 5
ditto for ditto 1,186 1
ditto for ditto 900 0 0
Jervis Read for 2 windmills for Gibraltar 90 0 0
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Col. Albert Borguard for provisions for General Stanhope's Expedition 400 0 0
Hugh Peirson for ditto 95 0 0
Henry Vincent for corn sacks 203 3
Capt. John Evans, Commander of the Burford for 5 bags of silver to be delivered to William East 1,200 0 0
Isaac Teale for medicines for the Hospital in Spain 1,127 10 0
Nicholas Diran for sick and wounded set on shore by the Sorlings and Falcon pink between 23 May 1708 and 22 Dec. following 335 9
Joseph Chilcott for the Hospital in Spain 80 1 0
General Carpenter for intelligence, &c. 200 0 0
Mr. Le Fever for the Spanish prisoners in Tarragona 498 0 9
12,397 18
(total of imprests 171,020l. 15s. 1¾)
total of payments, allowances and supers £1,291,123 15 7
so this Accomptant Remains indebted upon the end of this accompt 553,533l. 4s.d.
Upon this accompt the Auditor has made the following memoranda:
The sum of 31,285l. 8s. 0d. is charged by the Ordnance accompt on the Regiments for arms delivered. But hitherto the accomptant has only been charged with 2,532l. 9s. 11d. for 1706 and 2,049l. 14s. 8d. for 1707: leaving 26,703l. 3s. 5d. still to be charged on him.
Pearce's Dragoons are to be charged with 764l. 13s.d. paid to Man and Maculock for clothing. The Commissaries appointed to receive issue clothing are accountable for the quantities of such clothing.
The Queen is to be reimbursed the sums of 12,490l. and 5,000l. paid to Harnage and Churchill for clothing: and 1,425l. paid to Sir Henry Furness for clothing and 24,571l. 19s. 6d. for clothing bought by her Majesty. The total deductions come to 71,143l. 16s.d. which is 27,656l. 17s.d. more than the above clothing allowances for the year 1706.
For the 1707 and 1708 clothing the Queen is to be reimbursed 24,980l. paid to Churchill and Harnage and 22,729l. 3s. 4d. paid to Charles Robinson. The accomptant has not made deductions for the same in the years 1707 and 1708 respectively. He must be charged therewith in a subsequent account.
When Barrimore's Regiment is cleared for 1705 Subsistence the 6,992l. 11s.d. paid to it is to be charged on this accomptant: likewise the subsistence paid in 1707 and 1708 to the several Regiments whose accounts cannot yet be regimentally stated.
The accomptant is to be charged with 984l. 3s.d. received by him of Charles Fox, 24 March 1709–10.
The 6,558l. for horses delivered to Harvey's and Raby's Regiments and 129l. 17s. 8d. paid by Mr. Johnson and Mr. Lluellin for recruit horses in Ireland as in the 1705 account is not yet adjusted.
The 40l. deducted from Donegall's Regiment for medicines is to be charged on this accomptant.
On the adjustment of the Commissaries' several accounts, the balance of deductions in 1707 and 1708 is to be charged on this accomptant.
The 8,750l., allowed in this account as paid to Brig. Lislemaris for the use of the Dutch Forces in the Rivers' Expedition to enable them to furnish themselves with provisions during the time they were detained in Torbay by contrary winds, is to be made good to the Queen by the Dutch Government.
The Queen is to be reimbursed the 15,568l. 16s. 10¼d. of the 17,061l. 18s. 0d. paid to John Hallum for Clothing.
When this or any other Paymaster shall take credit for the pay of the Earl of Donegall as Maj. Gen. at 2l. 10s. a day for the year to 23 Dec. 1706 he surcharges himself with 119l. 14s. 0d. paid him on accompt of such pay.
Out of the 7,887l. 13s.d. paid to Ralph Bucknall, being so much sent by him to the prisoners after the battle of Almanza, no more than 7,660l. 18s. 2d. is repaid by him to this accomptant.
The following sums are to be charged on Antonio Belvitches et al., Contractors for mules for the Artillery and for bread and bread waggons as paid to him by this accomptant, viz. 39,900l., 5,018l. 9s. 0d. in this accompt and 7,279l. 0s. 8d. in the 1707 account.
Declared 26 Sept. 1716.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CHELSEA HOSPITAL.
(NO PIPE OFFICE ROLL.) AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1468, ROLL 15.
John Howe, Paymaster for disabled and superannuated non-commissioned Officers and soldiers in or belonging to Chelsea Hospital.
24 December 1707 to 24 December 1708.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Remains 2,464 5
Money received from the Exchequer, Easter term 7 Anne 782 19 7
ditto retained for the reduction of 12d. per 1l. from money received for the Guards and Garrisons 25,356 10
ditto retained for the deduction of one day's pay of the Officers and soldiers of the Guards and Garrisons 1,373 6
26,729 17 2
ditto received of Charles Fox, Esq., on accompt of one day's pay of the forces abroad as lately cleared by him and of James Bridges, Esq., for the same from 24 June 1707 to 22 Dec. 1708 2,693 18 11
total charge £32,671 0 10¼
Discharge.
Salaries and allowances of the Officers and servants of the Hospital (detailed, see previous accompt) 2,613 9 0
provisions and necessaries for the use of the Hospital (provisions 4,930l. 16s.d., allowances to Officers and soldiers in the Hospital 1,231l. 3s. 11d., money allowances to invalids on furlough 104l. 4s. 2d., paid to Robert Cox, clothier 1,173l. 12s. 11d., and sundry tradesmen's bills, detailed) 9,461 4
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
pensions and other allowances to invalids removed out of the Hospital and to others not entertained therein; not detailed 7,863 18 11
sundry annual allowances payable out of the deductions of 12d. per 1l., viz.:
Officers of the Receipt of the Exchequer for fees on issues to the Forces 3,168 6 7
this Accomptant for his own salary of 1,500l. p.a. as Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons, for his clerks and for incidents, etc. 3,576 1 8 (fn. 1)
this Accomptant as Treasurer of the Hospital 365 0 0
Arthur Maynwaring, Auditor, for his fee 70 0 0
Michael Hide, Commissary General of the Musters, for his allowance 150 0 0
Exchequer court fees for this Accompt 23 11 6
Henry Powell, late Steward of Chelsea Hospital, for his allowance 30 0 0
7,382 19 9
total discharge £27,321 12
And so this Accomptant is indebted 5,349 8
Declared 29 June 1710.

Footnotes

1 The details add up to 3,756l. 1s. 8d. (clerk-hire 1,200l. as against 1,020l. correctly given in the previous year's accompt).