Declared Accounts, 1708
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'Declared Accounts, 1708: Customs, General Account', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 22: 1708 (1952), pp. DXI-DLIX. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90565 Date accessed: 02 August 2014.


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DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CUSTOMS: GENERAL ACCOUNT. (fn. 1)
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 948.
Rowland Holt, Comptroller General Of Customs.
26 December 1707 To 25 December 1708.
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 in money and bonds:
for the Customs and subsidies of tonnage and poundage:
London port—sundry Receivers 98,378 16
Outports—sundry Collectors 83,914 17 2
182,293 13
for the additional impositions on poundage goods 31,877 5 11¾
for the new subsidy ending 1 Feb. 1699–1700 24,314 4
do. ending 8 Mar. 1701–2 7,538 14
31,852 18
do. since 8 Mar. 1701–2 126,070 12
for the one-third subsidy before 8 March 1706–7 32,838 19 2
do. since 8 March 1706–7 19,067 6
51,906 5
for the two-thirds subsidy 13,335 0
for the new duty on coffee and tea 2,946 8
for the new additional do. 1,975 16
4,922 4
for the duty of 25 per cent. per 'Tonn' on French goods 15,859 9 9
for the duty on whale fins 3,924 16 10¼
for the coinage duty 1,544 15
for the tonnage duty on French ships 145 2
for the impost of 15 per cent. on East India goods 1 14
total arrears 463,733 19
Charge. £ s. d.
Receipts: money due and payable, 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 the Customs Outwards 14,680 13
Timothy Thornbury, Receiver of the Customs Outwards on leather 1,044 11 8
Sir John Shaw, bt., Receiver of the Grand Receipt Inwards (money 151,329l. 12s. 10d., bonds 22,182l. 3s. 10d.) 173,511 16 8
do. as Receiver of the Customs on Wines and Vinegar (money 81,289l. 18s.d., bonds 1,287l. 10s.d.) 82,577 8 5
do. as Receiver of Customs on Plantation Goods (money 102,280l. 15s. 3d., bonds 49,094l. 10s. 9d.) 151,375 6 0
Sir Thomas Crisp as Receiver of the Customs on Woollen Cloth 42l. 15s. 0d. and Richard Miller, another Collector thereof, 1,289l. 0s. 0d. 1,331 15 0
(total London port 424,521l. 11s.d.)
Outports:
Nicholas Eveleigh, Arundel 16 1 10
Robert Row, Barnstaple (money 1,124l. 0s. 2d., bonds 404l. 1s. 10½d.) 1,528 2
William Lewis, Beaumaris (money 1,075l. 18s.d., bonds 931l. 3s. 11¾d.) 2,007 2
George Moore, Berwick 87 19 11½
Samuel Oldfield, Boston 93 5
William Cornish, Bridgwater 319 7
Warwick Arthur, Bridlington 35 15 4
Charles Carkesse, Bristol (money 9,526l. 13s. 10¾d., bonds 2,057l. 2s. 11d.) 11,583 16
Jacob Reynardson, do. (money 12,496l. 0s.d., bonds 4,213l. 16s. 1d.) 16,709 16
John Sansome, do. (money 25,520l. 19s. 9d., bonds 2,629l. 2s. 6d.) 28,150 2 3
Charles Jones, Bideford (money 2,224l. 1s.d., bonds 1,188l. 12s.d.) 3,412 14
Joseph Sewell, Carlisle 8 3 6
Edmund Smith, Chester (money 2,867l. 7s. 8d., bonds 236l. 6s. 3d.) 3,103 13 11
Henry Baker, Chichester 0 1 11
James Bruce, Colchester 575 16
Thomas Cole, Cowes 753 6 10¾
Thomas Jenkinson, Dartmouth 821 8
Samuel Whitehall, Deal 371 11
Samuel Whitehall and William Veale, Dover 183 10 9
John Ball, do 535 14
Richard Score, Exeter 5,756 14
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Rawleigh Radford, Falmouth (money 352l. 6s. 10¾d., bonds 188l. 7s. 0d.) 540 13 10¾
John Smalman, Feversham 341 12
James Pilson, Fowey 22 8
Arnold Aram, Gloucester 9 14 10¼
Bernard Penrose, Gweek 16 3
Robert Meadowes, Harwich 51 4
Jacob Bury, do. 70 4
Hugh Mason, Hull 6,686 2
John Keir, Ilfracombe (money 461l. 1s.d., bonds 376l. 17s. 0d.) 837 18
John Knackstone, Ipswich 62 4
Joseph Bentley, Lancaster 135 7 1
Sir Barnabas Scudamore, Liverpool (money 23,646l. 18s.d. bonds 12,819l. 13s.d.) 36,466 12 0
John Dyer, Looe 23 14
Thomas Jans, Lyme 905 15 11¾
John Kent, Lynn 3,978 12
Peter Robjent, Maldon 34 12
David Morris, Milford 173 15
Francis Webber, Minehead 515 6 11¾
Anthony Isaacson, Newcastle (money 12,636l. 9s.d., bonds 404l. 1s.d.) 13,040 10 10
Alexander Shoebridge, Newhaven 14 13 0
John Blithe, Padstow (money 423l. 1s.d., bonds 263l. 19s. 2d.) 687 0
Ambrose Thompson, Penryn (money 1,091l. 14s. 11d. bonds 325l. 7s. 6d.) 1,417 2 5
Richard Score, Penzance 186 18 10¾
William Pierson, Plymouth (money 2,899l. 7s.d., bonds 27l. 14s. 2d.) 2,927 1
William Burlace, do. (money 3,152l. 10s. 8d., bonds 1,214l. 2s.d.) 4,366 13
William Chamberlain, Poole 724 10
Samuel Bincks, Portsmouth 2,654 8
William Jennings, Poulton 7 10 10½
John Pope, Rochester 1,165 13
George Shuckburgh, Rye 15 18
Richard Upton, St. Ives 122 17
Jeffrey Hafford, Sandwich 108 3 8
Richard Wilson, Scarborough 11 11
John Baynes, do. 48 14
John Jones, Shoreham 6 9
Francis Medcalfe, Southampton 2,819 1
Thomas Lowson, Stockton 1,377 10
William Ettrick, Sunderland 1,543 1
Matthew Seys, Swansea 84 15
Charles Northcott, Truro 45 19
Richard Jennings, do 32 3
Alexander Midleton, Wells 55 1 0
Thomas Bower, Weymouth 271 13
George Trotter, Whitby 37 11
John Clough. Whitehaven (money 6,389l. 11s.d., bonds 5,380l. 1s.d.) 11,769 13
Warwick Arthur do. (money 3,116l. 0s. 1d., bonds 2,637l. 2s. 5d.) 5,753 2 6
Thomas Clark, Yarmouth 1,097 16
Thomas Moor, do. 610 0
(total outports 179,929l. 18s.d.) total, tonnage and poundage 604,451 9
Charge. £ s. d.
for the new additional impositions on poundage goods:
London port:
Sir John Shaw on the Grand Receipt (money 33,356l. 7s. 4d., bonds 754l. 17s. 0d.) 34,111 4 4
do. on Plantation Goods in money 2,596 7 11½
do. on the Wine Receipt in money 185 1 10½
Sir Thomas and John Crisp 1 6
(total London port 36,894l. 0s. 11½d.)
Outports.
Arundel 20 19
Barnstaple 9 18 7
Beaumaris 8 10
Berwick 0 1
Boston 0 3
Bridgwater 1 1
Bridlington 0 0
Bristol 827 9 0
do 513 7
do 280 4 11¾
Bideford (money 90l. 1s. 9d., bonds 245l. 13s.d.) 335 15
Carlisle 1 0
Chester 158 17
Colchester 306 9
Cowes 224 14
Dartmouth 666 13
Deal 26 5 4
do. 9 5
do. 12 9
Exeter (money 316l. 15s.d., bonds 34l. 5s. 8d.) 351 1
Falmouth 19 4
Feversham 0 1
Fowey 1 19
Gloucester 1 9 4
Harwich 27 7 10¾
do. 26 2 11½
Hull 686 17
Ilfracombe 0 2
Ipswich 14 7
Lancaster 10 12
Liverpool 467 2
Looe 9 12
Lyme 18 4
Lynn 23 3
Maldon 0 0 9
Milford 0 10
Minehead 13 8 0
Newcastle 694 14
Penryn 396 1 11½
Penzance 165 18
Plymouth 663 5 2
do. (money 234l. 19s. 5d., bonds 597l. 13s. 3d.) 832 12 8
Poole 9 13 6
Portsmouth 596 17
Poulton 2 10 3
Rochester 619 7
Sandwich 2 4 1
Scarborough 22 5
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Southampton 1,176 12 11¾
Stockton 93 0
Sunderland 5 15 6
Swansea 0 3
Truro 0 0
Wells 31 11 10¾
Weymouth 35 13
Whitby 1 15 11¼
Whitehaven 29 2
do. (money 58l. 4s.d., bonds 32l. 17s. 4d.) 91 1
Yarmouth 122 11
do. 78 18 8
(total outports 10,746l. 13s. 9d.)
total for the new additional impositions 47,640 14
for the new subsidy of tonnage and poundage:
London port:
Sir John Shaw on the Grand Receipt (money 124,661l. 3s. 0d., bonds 15,234l. 3s.d.) 139,895 6
do. on Plantation Goods (money 35,252l. 12s.d., bonds 49,005l. 1s. 8d.) 84,257 14
do. on the Wine Receipt (money) 49,793 0 4
(total London port 273,946l. 1s. 2d.)
Outports:
Arundel 9 5
Barnstaple (money 373l. 15s.d., bonds 404l. 1s. 10½d.) 777 17
Beaumaris (money 79l. 0s.d., bonds 931l. 3s. 11¾d.) 1,010 4 1
Berwick 41 5 10
Boston 73 16 11¼
Bridgwater 222 5
Bridlington 28 0
Bristol (money 14,821l. 4s. 8d., bonds 2,692l. 9s. 2d.) 17,513 13 10
do. (money 4,607l. 16s.d., bonds 1,997l. 15s. 5d. sic, deest “q”) 6,605 11 10¾
do. (money 5,276l. 7s.d., bonds 3,876l. 11s. 1d.) 9,152 18
Bideford (money 695l. 15s.d., bonds 1,188l. 12s.d.) 1,884 8 2
Carlisle 85 0
Chester (money 973l. 11s.d., bonds 236l. 6s. 3d.) 1,209 18
Chichester 0 1 11
Colchester 400 2 11½
Cowes 573 8 11½
Dartmouth 511 14
Deal 135 10 6
do. 128 0 3
do. 268 11
Exeter 3,958 14 10
Falmouth (money 108l. 6s. 11½d., bonds 188l. 7s. 0d.) 296 13 11½
Feversham 0 10 11¼
Fowey 19 5 0
Gloucester 1 9
Gweek 13 10
Harwich 43 9
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Harwich 58 15
Hull 2,666 12 11½
Ilfracombe (money 29l. 3s.d., bonds 376l. 17s. 0d.) 406 0
Ipswich 44 7
Lancaster 12 17
Liverpool (money 6,140l. 11s. 2d., bonds 12,840l. 14s.d.) 18,981 5
Looe 22 2
Lyme (money 93l. 5s. 1d., bonds 376l. 0s. 10d.) 469 5 11
Lynn 2,361 0 6
Maldon 28 6 2
Milford 9 13 11¾
Minehead 425 18 10¾
Newcastle (money 2,086l. 19s.d., bonds 404l. 1s.d.) 2,491 1 1
Newhaven 11 13 4
Padstow (money 84l. 2s. 1d., bonds 263l. 19s. 2d.) 348 1 3
Penryn (money 388l. 3s. 9d., bonds 154l. 2s.d.) 542 5 10½
Penzance 111 7
Plymouth (money 1,659l. 9s.d., bonds 27l. 14s. 2d.) 1,687 3 11¾
do. (money 1,244l. 3s.d., bonds 1,177l. 17s.d.) 2,422 0
Poole (money 124l. 17s.d., bonds 281l. 16s. 8d.) 406 13 10¾
Portsmouth 1,278 7
Poulton 5 4
Rochester 965 11 1
Rye 15 8
St. Ives 49 5 9
Sandwich 87 9 7
Scarborough 9 1
do. 42 0
Shoreham 5 2 10
Southampton 1,606 11
Stockton 319 15
Sunderland 64 10
Swansea 13 14
Truro 36 7 9
do. 6 8
Wells 46 9
Weymouth 192 6
Whitby 30 5 1
Whitehaven (money 180l. 0s. 10¼d., bonds 5,380l. 1s.d.) 5,560 2
do. (money 81l. 15s.d., bonds 2,637l. 2s. 5d.) 2,718 17
Yarmouth 835 4
do. 405 15 3
(total outports 92,685l. 12s. 1d.)
total for the new subsidy 366,631 13 3
for the additional or one-third subsidy from 8 March 1703–4:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt, money 40,487l. 8s. 1d., bonds 5,078l. 1s. 2d.; on the Plantation Receipt, money 11,535l. 9s.d., bonds 16,363l. 16s.d.; and on the Wine Receipt, money 16,993l. 2s. 9d. 90,457 18 0
Charge. £ s. d.
Outports:
Barnstaple (money 129l. 10s.d., bonds 124l. 13s.d.) 254 4
Beaumaris (money 26l. 6s. 8d., bonds 310l. 7s. 11¾d.) 336 14
Berwick 13 15
Boston 24 12
Bridgwater 74 0
Bridlington 9 6 10¾
Bristol (money 4,885l. 16s.d., bonds 876l. 7s.d.) 5,762 4
do. (money 1,481l. 13s. 10¼d., bonds 685l. 14s.d.) 2,167 8
do. (money 1,630l. 12s. 11½d., bonds 1,383l. 9s. 11½d.) 3,014 2 11
Bideford (money 229l. 9s. 10½d., bonds 396l. 4s.d.) 625 14 0
Carlisle 1 8
Chester (money 320l. 5s. 5d., bonds 76l. 13s.d.) 396 18
Chichester 0 0
Colchester 101 13
Cowes 190 15
Dartmouth 35 1
Deal 45 3
Dover 42 11 11¾
do 88 15
Exeter 1,318 18 4
Falmouth (money 36l. 2s.d., bonds 62l. 15s. 8d.) 98 17
Feversham 0 3
Fowey 5 0 11½
Gloucester 0 9 10¾
Gweek 4 10
Harwich 14 9
do 19 11 11
Hull 888 17
Ilfracombe (money 9l. 9s.d., bonds 125l. 12s. 4d.) 135 1 10¼
Ipswich 14 15
Lancaster 4 5 10½
Liverpool (money 2,071l. 4s. 5d., bonds 4,194l. 19s.d.) 6,266 3
Looe 0 10
Lyme 143 11 5
Lynn 786 19
Maldon 9 8 9
Milford 3 4
Minehead 141 19
Newcastle (money 695l. 14s.d., bonds 134l. 13s. 11d.) 830 7 11½
Newhaven 3 15
Padstow (money 26l. 19s. 11d., bonds 87l. 19s.d.) 114 19
Penryn (money 75l. 14s.d., bonds 51l. 7s.d.) 127 1 10¼
Penzance 15 0
Plymouth 532 3
do. (money 286l. 17s. 11¼d., bonds 392l. 12s. 6d.) 679 10
Poole 128 13 9
Portsmouth 419 13
Poulton 1 14
Rochester 321 19 8
Rye 5 2
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
St. Ives 16 8
Sandwich 29 3 4
Scarborough 3 0
do 14 0
Shoreham 1 13
Southampton 423 5
Stockton 106 11
Sunderland 22 2
Swansea 4 11
Truro 12 2
do. 2 2 11¼
Weymouth 61 3
Wells 15 9
Whitby 10 1
Whitehaven (money 59l. 18s.d., bonds 1,793l. 7s.d.) 1,853 5 10¾
Warwick (money 27l. 5s.d., bonds 879l. 0s.d.) 906 5 10¼
Yarmouth 278 8 10¾
do. 135 5 7
(total outports 30,117l. 2s.d.)
total for the one-third subsidy 120,575 0
for the one-third subsidy which expired 8 March 1706–7
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver, for money received of the East India Company upon the sale of sundry unrated East India Goods imported before 8 March 1706–7 1,049 15 8
for the further additional two-thirds subsidy:
London port:
Sir John Shaw on the Grand Receipt, money 76,490l. 19s. 11d., bonds 10,156l. 2s. 5d.; on the Plantation Receipt, money 1,028l. 13s.d.; and on the Wine Receipts, money 32,883l. 19s.d. 120,559 15 5
Outports:
Barnstaple 53 15
Beaumaris 13 11 1
Berwick 27 10 8
Boston 49 4
Bridlington 18 13
Bridgwater 148 3 9
Bristol 3,732 19
do. 584 0
do. 1,222 8 8
Bideford 355 5
Carlisle 2 16 11
Chester 372 18
Chichester 0 1
Colchester 203 9 2
Cowes 345 6
Dartmouth 63 12
Deal 74 1
Dover 85 4
do. 177 10
Exeter 2,610 19
Falmouth 69 5
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Feversham 0 7
Fowey 10 1 9
Gloucester 0 19
Gweek 9 0
Harwich 28 19
do. 39 3
Hull 1,777 15
Ifracombe 8 6
Ipswich 29 11 4
Lancaster 8 11 11¼
Liverpool 695 8
Looe 1 1 5
Lyme 2 12 1
Lynn 1,574 2 8
Maldon 18 17 6
Milford 5 7
Minehead 283 15 10½
Newcastle 1,388 18
Newhaven 7 11
Padstow 6 10 1
Penryn 149 1
Penzance 30 1 3
Plymouth 750 7
do. 337 9
Poole 77 18
Portsmouth 832 16
Poulton 3 9
Rochester 636 4
Rye 10 5
St. Ives 32 17 2
Sandwich 58 6 8
Scarborough 6 1 1
do. 28 0
Shoreham 3 7
Southampton 694 9 11¼
Stockton 213 4 9
Sunderland 44 4
Swansea 9 3 1
Truro 24 5
do. 4 5 10½
Wells 30 19 10¼
Weymouth 111 9
Whitby 20 3
Whitehaven 53 5
do. 53 0 10¾
Yarmouth 556 17 10¾
do. 270 10 10
(total outports 21,150l. 8s.d.)
total for the two-thirds subsidy 141,710 3
for the new duty on coffee, tea, etc.:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver, on the Grand Receipt 19,210l. 10s.d., and on Plantation Goods 204l. 14s. 6d. 19,415 4
Outports.
Bristol 26 18 6
do. 8 14 6
do. 51 12 9
Exeter 92 12 8
Liverpool 2 10 0
Newcastle 0 16 0
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Plymouth 1 14 0
Portsmouth 132 6 0
Rochester 22 11 10
Whitehaven 0 6 0
Yarmouth 14 18 11
(total outports 355l. 1s. 1d.) total for the duty on coffee, etc. 19,770 5 10½
for the new additional duty on coffee, tea, etc. .
London port:
Sir John Shaw on the Grand Receipt, money 84,972l. 16s.d., bonds 755l. 5s. 4d.; on the Plantation Receipt, money 216l. 4s. 10d. 85,944 6 11½
Outports:
Beaumaris 5 10 3
Bridgwater 0 7 6
Bristol 34 4
do 49 12
do 25 16
Chester 0 8
Deal 0 14 11½
Dover 0 0
Exeter 95 6 11
Harwich 0 4 0
Hull 0 12 8
Liverpool 10 14 8
Lyme 0 7 10
Newcastle 2 5 11¼
Plymouth 9 6
do. 2 6
Portsmouth 132 18
Rochester 22 11 9
Whitehaven 0 6 0
Yarmouth 14 18 11
(total outports 408l. 13s. 11¾d.) total for the additional duty on coffee, etc 86,353 0 11¼
for the 25l. per 'ton' on French Prize Wines:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on the Grand Receipt, in money 604 7 4
Outports:
Arundel 69 18
Colchester 754 15 2
Lyme 18 15 0
Penryn 579 15 4
Portsmouth 38 15
Southampton 2,172 16
Weymouth 116 3
(total outports 3,750l. 19s.d.) total for the duty on French wines 4,355 6 10½
for the second 25l. per cent. and per 'ton' on French goods:
Outports.
Bristol 10 12 6
do. 5 4 2
Minehead 0 5 0
Plymouth 9 10 5
total outports and total for the second 25l. per cent 25 12 1
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
for the duty on whale fins, etc.:
London port:
Sir John Shaw on the Grand Receipt 1,126l. 11s. 2d.; and on the Plantation Receipt 176l. 16s. 11d. 1,303 8 1
Outports.
Bristol 8 11
Dartmouth 1 6 3
Hull 11 16 3
Ipswich 5 1
Newcastle 57 14
Rochester 3 6 6
Scarborough 7 17
Sunderland 7 17 6
(total outports 103l. 11s. 10¾d.) total for the duty on whale fins, etc. 1,406 19 11¾
for the coinage duty:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on wine and vinegar 6,055 8 10
on brandy and mumm 111 10 7
(total London port 6,166l. 19s. 5d.)
Outports:
Arundel 2 8 9
Barnstaple 1 8 10
Bridgwater 19 0
Bristol 303 1
do 4 16 5
do 63 4
Bideford 26 13
Carlisle 0 10 0
Chester 47 8
Colchester 19 9
Cowes 4 3
Dartmouth 91 3 6
Deal 9 10 9
Dover 8 10 11
do 48 16 10
Exeter 151 0
Falmouth 5 13 9
Fowey 0 7
Harwich 0 2
do 0 0 10
Hull 114 7
Ilfracombe 0 8
Ipswich 0 8 10½
Liverpool 40 12
Looe 0 5 0
Lyme 2 18
Lynn 316 17 10¾
Milford 0 16
Minehead 0 13
Newcastle 41 13
Newhaven 0 5
Penryn 2 9 9
Penzance 11 9
Plymouth 88 11 5
do 34 9
Poole 6 5 10¼
Portsmouth 8 3 10¾
Poulton 0 7
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Rochester 5 10 10¾
Rye 0 2 7
Southampton 332 8 7
St. Ives 1 8 9
Shoreham 0 1 3
Stockton 0 2
Swansea 0 4
Truro 0 0
do 1 1
Wells 0 1 8
Weymouth 14 14 10
Whitby 0 3 0
Whitehaven 7 19 11
do 0 10
Yarmouth 7 11 10¼
do 0 0
(total outports 1,897l. 9s. 10d.) total for the coinage duty 8,064 9 3
for the duty of 15l. per cent. on East India goods:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver 85,807 13 4
total Receipts from Collectors, etc., 1,487,842l. 5s. 4d.
Interest received on bonds not satisfied in due time:
for the customs of tonnage and poundage:
London port (Henry Ferne) 15l. 8s. 9d.,
Outports (Bristol and Liverpool) 216l. 13s.d. 232 2
for the new additional impositions:
Bristol 2 0 10
for the new subsidy:
London port (Henry Ferne) 18l. 9s.d., Outports (Bristol, Liverpool and Milford) 302l. 9s.d. 320 18 5
do. ending 1 Feb. 1699–1700:
Bristol 3 4 8
for the one-third subsidy:
London port (Henry Ferne) 1s. 10¼d., Outports (Bristol and Liverpool) 10l. 16s.d. 10 18
do. ending 8 March 1706–7:
London port (Henry Ferne) 4l. 4s. 10¾d., Outports (Bristol, Liverpool and Milford) 44l. 18s. 4d. 49 3
total Interest 618 8
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 Accounts:
for the customs and subsidies of tonnage and poundage 116,794 2
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
for the new additional impositions 12,820 16
for the new subsidy 6,033 10 10¼
for the new subsidy ending 1 Feb. 1699–1700 187 11 4
for the subsidy ending 8 March 1701–2 2,748 13 5
for the one-third new subsidy 4,135 9
for the one-third subsidy ending 8 March 1706–7 645 6
for the two-thirds new subsidy 32 12 10¾
for the new duty on coffee 138 0
for the additional duty on coffee 50 0
for the new duty of 25l. per cent. on French wines 4 16
for the second 25l. per cent. and per ton on French goods 45 8
for the duty on whale fins and Scotch linen 47 2
for the coinage duty 160 0 2
for the French tonnage duty 18 7 6
143,862 0
total charge and receipts £2,096,056 13
Discharge.
Money defalked by Receivers and Collectors, detailed, as overpaid within the time of the preceding Accompt:
for the customs and subsidies of tonnage and poundage 133,631 7 0
for the new additional impositions 14,188 10
for the new subsidy 4,049 3 7
for the new subsidy ending 1 Feb. 1699–1700 187 11 4
for the new subsidy ending 8 March 1701–2 2,748 13 5
for the one-third subsidy 441 12
for the one-third subsidy to 8 March 1706–7 1,512 15
for the two-thirds subsidy 3,575 9
for the new duty on coffee, etc. 2,396 15
for the new additional duty on coffee, etc. 5,465 3 10¼
for the second 25 per cent. on French goods 45 4 0
for the duty on whale fins 33 1
for the coinage duty 166 4 7
for the duty on French tonnage 18 7 6
total defalked 158,460 0 5
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 (besides 45,249l. 12s. 11½d. delivered in bonds) 428,931l. 0s. 4d., and for money received on bonds 58,427l. 12s.d., and for the duty on white woollen cloth 1,331l. 15s. 0d. 488,690 8
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
for the new additional impositions on poundage goods 41,811l. 8s.d., and for money received upon bonds 146l. 5s.d. 41,957 14
for the two expired new subsidies ending respectively 1 Feb. 1699–1700 and 8 March 1701–2 (88l. 10s. 11d. and 553l. 7s.d.). 641 18
for the new subsidy of tonnage and poundage which commenced 8 March 1701–2 (besides 43,896l. 16s. 6d. delivered in bonds) 281,327l. 14s.d. and for money received as bonds 56,534l. 3s.d. 337,861 17 10
for the one-third subsidy of tonnage and poundage ending 8 March 1706–7 3,279l. 3s. 11¼d. and for money received on bonds 14,365l. 5s.d. 17,644 9
for the one-third subsidy since 8 March 1706–7 (besides 14,654l. 0s. 11d. delivered in bonds) 92,502l. 10s. 1d. and for money received on bonds in his own custody 4,427l. 12s.d. 96,930 2
for the second additional or two-thirds subsidy of tonnage and poundage 133,201 4
for the new duty on coffee 17,029 8 8
for the new additional duty on coffee 73,881 13
for the duty of 25l. per ton on French Prize wines 3,459l. 18s.d. and for the second 25l. per cent. on French goods 0l. 4s.d. 3,460 3 1
for the duty on whale fins and Scotch linen 1,450 18
for the coinage duty 7,702 5 3
and for the duty of 15l. per cent. on East India goods 85,807 13 4
total 1,306,259 16 7
Salaries, etc., of Collectors and others in the Outports:
Arundel 120 0 0
Barnstaple 150 0 0
Beaumaris 210 0 0
Berwick 542 10 0
Boston 415 0 0
Bridgwater 320 0 0
Bridlington 230 0 0
Bristol 4,026 15 4
Bideford 650 0 0
Carlisle 285 0 0
Chester 590 0 0
Chichester 972 0 0
Colchester 337 10 0
Cowes 848 9 2
Dartmouth 805 0 0
Deal 585 0 0
Dover 3,195 3
Exeter 1,517 2 0
Falmouth 583 8
Feversham 440 0 0
Fowey 309 4 5
Gloucester 31 5 0
Gweek 97 10 0
Harwich 647 10 0
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Hull 1,465 0 0
Ilfracombe 94 11 0
Ipswich 205 0 0
Lancaster 323 0 0
Liverpool 2,189 18
Looe 245 0 0
Lyme 475 0 0
Lynn 535 16 4
Maldon 137 10 0
Milford 615 15 0
Minehead 218 6 3
Newcastle 1,360 11 0
Newhaven 600 0 0
Padstow 220 0 0
Penryn 190 0 0
Penzance 370 0 0
Plymouth 1,818 7 11
Poole 585 0 0
Portsmouth 548 0 0
Poulton 105 0 0
Rochester 270 0 0
Rye 1,189 9 11
St. Ives 125 0 0
Sandwich 480 0 0
Scarborough 170 0 0
Shoreham 240 0 0
Southampton 1,000 0 0
Stockton 260 0 0
Sunderland 409 5 0
Swansea 529 0 0
Truro 113 17
Wells 110 0 0
Weymouth 515 0 0
Whitby 296 13 4
Whitehaven 1,085 0 0
Yarmouth 1,492 8 5
38,495 18
necessary and contingent charges in the outports, detailed by Collectors and places 23,567 8 1
allowance for collecting the coinage duty at 4d. in the pound, detailed as above 134 7 11½
repayments upon debentures for goods reexported and for corn exported, detailed as above:
for the customs of goods exported 36,052 16
the allowance for corn exported 3,182 16 11¼
(total for the two 39,235l. 13s.d.)
for the additional impositions on poundage goods 1,901 9
for the new subsidy 26,992 3 9
for the additional or one-third subsidy 6,595 5
for the one-third subsidy ending 8 March 1706–7 2,340 5
for the two-thirds subsidy 2,425 13 5
for the new duty on coffee, etc. 417 9
for the new additional duty on coffee, etc. 6,894 5 4
for the duty on whale fins 15 15 10
for the coinage duty 6 7
86,824 8 11½
money repaid to merchants and others upon certificates of over-entries and of damages and defects of goods, detailed as above:
for the customs of goods damaged or over-entered 6,010 10
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
for the additional impositions on poundage goods 176 8
for the new subsidy 3,160 3
for the new subsidy to 8 March 1701–2 20 2 11¼
for the one-third subsidy 959 6
for the one-third subsidy ending 8 March 1706–7 83 8
for the two-thirds subsidy 572 4 6
for the new duty on coffee and tea 33 6 6
for the new additional duty on coffee, etc. 508 10
for the 25l. per cent. on French goods 36 18
for the second 25l. per cent. on French goods 0 5 11
for the coinage duty of wine, etc. 2 10
11,563 15
portage money allowed to merchants, detailed by Collectors and places 665 5
total payments and allowances £1,625,971 1
and so remains 470,085 11
against which depending on sundry Receivers and Collectors for money and bonds remaining in their hands at Christmas 1708, detailed by Collectors and places:
£ s. d.
for the customs and subsidies of tonnage and poundage.
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver there, on the Grand Receipt in bonds 9,200l. 14s. 10d.; on the Plantation Receipt in bonds 9,424l. 0s. 6d.; and on the Wine Receipt in money 63l. 11s.d. 18,688 6 11½
Henry Ferne, Receiver General, for bonds remaining in his hands 67,339 12
bonds remaining in the Queen's Remembrancer's Office 3,621 9
(total London port 89,649l. 8s. 10¾d.)
Outports:
Barnstaple (money 209l. 17s. 0d., bonds 57l. 4s.d.) 267 1
Beaumaris (money 286l. 4s. 2d., bonds 175l. 9s.d.) 461 13 11¼
Bristol (money) 1,262 7
do. (money 3,232l. 8s. 8d., bonds 12,876l. 1s.d.) 16,108 10
Bideford (money 219l. 2s. 10¾d., bonds 747l. 8s. 5d.) 966 11
Chester (money 516l. 3s.d., bonds 388l. 5s. 2d.) 904 8
Colchester (money) 47 14
Dover (money) 0 10
Exeter (money) 441 10
Falmouth (bonds) 160 2
Feversham (money) 8 8
Ilfracombe (money 114l. 4s.d., bonds 144l. 10s. 1d.) 258 14
Ipswich (money) 34 3
Liverpool (money 1,792l. 6s.d., bonds 14,242l. 16s.d.) 16,035 3 3
Discharge. £ s. d.
Lyme (money) 192 11 11¼
Lynn (money) 1,665 6
Milford (money) 7 3 3
Minehead (money) 88 2 9
Newcastle (money 923l. 18s. 4d., bonds 441l. 17s.d.) 1,365 15
Padstow (money) 283 6 10
Penryn (money 272l. 7s. 10¾d., bonds 250l. 1s.d.) 522 9
Plymouth (money 1,214l. 15s.d., bonds 990l. 1s. 11½d.) 2,204 17
Poole (money) 345 1
Portsmouth (money) 302 14 8
Scarborough (money) 0 6 0
Southampton (money) 146 10 5
Stockton (money) 262 1
Sunderland (money) 520 2 10¼
Whitehaven (money) 634 14 4
Liverpool (money) 4,437 16
Whitehaven (money 2,412l. 5s.d., bonds 7,156l. 16s. 6d.) 9,569 1 10¾
Berwick 0 2 0
and on several late Collectors in money (unless otherwise stated):
London (Michael Wicks, money 7,985l. 0s.d., bonds 1,793l. 15s. 4d.) 9,778 15
do. (Richard Hutchinson, Solicitor, money) 21 2 8
do. (Richard Kent, Receiver General, money) 83 17
Appledore (Peter Dockton) 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 Franklyn) 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
Feversham (James Graham) 15 0 0
Fowey (Charles Jones) 251 5 11½
Hull (John Holland) 2 0 2
do. (George Dickinson) 405 6 11¾
Ipswich (Benjamin Huggins) 0 15 7
Looe (John Natt) 0 11
do. (James Strong) 24 6
Lynn (Robert Thorogood) 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 Moores) 20 0 0
do. (Gilbert Marshall) 17 11
do. (Cornelius Parminter) 10 0 0
Penryn (Thomas Sprey) 127 7
do. (Edmund Harry) 9 4
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Penryn (John Kent) 47 0 9
do. (Sir Peter Killigrew) 201 0 3
do. (Thomas Ennis) 379 11
Poole (John Penhallurick) 148 12 4
Poulton (Thomas Nosworthy) 913 15 1
Rochester (William Smith) 177 15
Shoreham (Ambrose Wade) 78 15
St. Ives (Nicholas Prigg) 115 0
do. (John Hix) 7 10 0
Stockton (William Douthwaite) 564 2
do. (Sir Henry Brabant) 154 5
do. (Henry Brabant) 190 13
do. (John Eden) 23 3
Swansea (Robert Manley) 8 19
Truro (William Benson) 196 6 11
Weymouth (George Pley, sen.) 3,525 13 1
do. (George Pley, jun.) 118 7 8
do. (Thomas Miller) 577 2
do. (George Macey) 27 10 3
Whitehaven (Andrew Huddleston) 1,772 1
do. (John Fotherby) 126 9
do. (Joseph Sewell) 595 8 10¾
Yarmouth (Henry Potkins) 64 8
Falmouth (Edmund Harry) 33 9 0
(total outports 93,825l. 7s.d.)
183,474 16 3
for the new additional impositions:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver there, on the Grand Receipt (bonds) 650 4 7
Henry Ferne, Receiver General there (bonds) 3,462 6
Queen's Remembrancer's Office (bonds) 558 3 0
(total London port 4,670l. 13s.d.)
Outports.
Arundel (money) 20 19
Barnstaple (money) 36 2
Beaumaris (money) 4 2
Berwick (money) 1 2
Boston (money) 0 3
Bridgwater (money) 1 5 4
Bridlington (money) 0 0
Bristol (money) 3,417 11
do. (money) 264 3
do. (money 240l. 19s.d., bonds 14l. 3s.d.) 255 2 11¼
Bideford (money 54l. 18s. 2d., bonds 1l. 1s. 6d.) 56 5 8
Carlisle (money) 15 9
Chester (money) 103 5 1
Cowes (money) 723 12
Dartmouth (money) 93 4
Deal (money) 354 16
Dover (money) 0 10 4
Exeter (money) 131 7
Falmouth (money) 121 18
Feversham (money) 0 1
Fowey (money) 2 8
Gloucester (money) 1 9 4
Harwich (money) 4 3
Hull (money) 172 16
Discharge. £ s. d.
Ilfracombe (money) 0 2
Ipswich (money) 14 7
Lancaster (money) 44 0 10
Liverpool (money) 404 5
do. (money) 382 5
Looe (money) 5 9 1
Lyme (money) 17 11
Lynn (money) 33 19 0
Milford (money) 6 12
Newcastle (money) 185 11
Penryn (money) 164 10
Penzance (money) 8 8 11½
Plymouth (money) 598 1 10½
do. (money 88l. 7s. 11d., bonds 597l. 13s. 3d.) 686 1 2
Poole (money) 5 17 10¾
Portsmouth (money) 219 14
Poulton (money) 2 11 7
Rochester (money) 400 16 8
Sandwich (money) 0 19
Scarborough 22 5
Southampton 64 19 11¼
Stockton 135 10 7
Sunderland 4 18
Swansea 41 7
Weymouth 36 9
Wells 31 11 10¾
Whitby 0 5
Whitehaven 5 14 9
do. (money 7l. 9s. 8d., bonds 32l. 17s. 4d.) 40 7 0
Yarmouth 43 18 8
and on sundry late Collectors (money):
London (Michael Wicks) 439 14 3
Barnstaple (Thomas Clinton) 27 11 11¾
Boston (Charles Northcott) 4 10 10¾
do. (John Clark) 121 13
Bridgwater (Henry Beaumont) 6 12
Bideford (Richard Ustick) 97 17
do. (John Bolitho) 470 11
Carlisle (William Christian) 4 6
do. (Richard Eaglesfield) 15 11 5
Chester (Matthew Anderton) 33 5
Chichester (James Whitwood) 6 13
do. (Samuel Bincks) 69 8
Deal (Samuel Smith) 270 15
Dover (Richard Bretton) 7,774 3
do. (Robert Bretton) 373 13
Exeter (Charles Orchard) 2 15
Falmouth (Edmund Harry) 26 15 8
do. (William Pierson) 30 10
Feversham (Nicholas Matson) 5 8 2
Fowey (John Dagg) 212 11
do. (Charles Jones) 2 10
Harwich (Mark Wildbore) 426 10
Ipswich (Thomas Bridgman) 313 1
Lyme (Peter Southwick) 48 13
Lynn (Robert Thorogood) 440 13 10½
do. (Robert Twells) 0 0
Milford (Walter Midleton) 473 14 11¾
Minehead (Thomas Wolstenholm) 387 16 1
Newcastle (Anthony Isaacson) 0 3 7
do. (Robert Hebburne) 211 10
do. (John Pye) 899 1
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Newhaven (Edward Mann) 136 14
Padstow (Francis Leister) 0 18
Penryn (Sidney Bligh) 30 16
Penzance (John Williams) 440 0
do. (Charles Jones) 6 11 11
Poole (George Savile) 725 15
Portsmouth (John Weavor) 604 4
Poulton (Thomas Nosworthy) 18 0
Rochester (John Moor) 461 9 11¾
Sandwich (William Farnolds) 49 18
Southampton (Adam Cardonnell) 3,563 9
Swansea (Alexander Trotter) 120 8 10¼
Whitby (Jerrard 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 29,446l. 2s.d.) total 34,116 16
for the new subsidy of tonnage and poundage:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver there (bonds) 6,633 1
do. on the Plantation Receipt (bonds) 9,399 17 8
do. on the Wine Receipt (money) 25 1
Henry Ferne, Receiver General there (bonds) 52,115 13
in the Queen's Remembrancer's Office (bonds) 93 5
(total London port 68,266l. 19s.d.)
Outports:
Arundel (money) 9 5
Barnstaple (money 75l. 13s.d., bonds 57l. 4s.d.) 132 17
Beaumaris (money 25l. 13s.d., bonds 175l. 9s. 10d.) 201 3
Berwick (money) 5 18 1
Bridgwater (money) 0 0
Bridlington (money) 11 1 10
Bristol (money) 573 10 3
do. (money 3,048l. 3s.d., bonds 12,060l. 1s.d.) 15,108 4
Bideford (money 592l. 15s.d., bonds 747l. 8s. 5d.) 1,340 3
Carlisle (money) 249 10 4
Chester (money 378l. 16s.d., bonds 186l. 18s. 10½d.) 565 15 5
Colchester (money) 57 17 1
Cowes (money) 769 8
Dartmouth (money) 407 11
Deal (money) 816 16 5
Dover (money) 100 0
Exeter (money) 453 8
Falmouth (money 335l. 4s.d.; bonds 160l. 2s.d.) 495 7 4
Feversham (money) 0 13 9¾ 6
Fowey (money) 22 18 6
Gloucester (money) 1 9
Gweek (money) 3 11
Discharge. £ s. d.
Harwich (money) 30 1 6
do. (money) 9 10 9
Ilfracombe (money 28l. 0s.d., bonds 116l. 2s.d.) 144 2
Ipswich (money) 24 6 10¼
Liverpool (money 1,761l. 16s.d., bonds 14,765l. 10s. 3d.) 16,527 6
Looe (money) 4 0
Lyme (money 97l. 10s.d., bonds 376l. 0s. 10d.) 473 11
Lynn (money) 538 2 10
Maldon (money) 0 14 9
Milford (money) 45 11
Minehead (money) 145 8
Newcastle (money 499l. 16s.d., bonds 441l. 17s.d.) 941 13
Newhaven (money) 11 13 4
Padstow (money) 253 2 10¾
Penryn (money) 179 13 5
Penzance (money) 18 5 1
Plymouth (money 490l. 7s. 9d., bonds 953l. 16s. 8d.) 1,444 4 5
Poole (money 33l. 19s.d., bonds 281l. 16s. 8d.) 315 16
Portsmouth (money) 400 6 10
Poulton (money) 5 4
Rochester (money) 489 8
Rye (money) 480 7
Sandwich (money) 20 1 1
Scarborough (money) 42 0
Shoreham (money) 5 2 10
Southampton (money) 84 10
Stockton (money) 88 6
Sunderland (money) 24 15
Swansea (money) 87 14 8
Truro (money) 13 0 7
do. (money) 6 8
Weymouth (money) 33 9 6
Wells (money) 46 9
Whitby (money) 0 14 6
Whitehaven (money) 68 4
do. (money 538l. 13s. 10¼d., bonds 7,156l. 16s. 6d.) 7,695 10
Yarmouth (money) 39 8
do. (money) 204 13
and on sundry late Collectors (money):
Boston (Charles Northcott) 75 17 5
Bideford (Richard Ustick) 99 6
do. (John Bolitho) 359 10
Carlisle (Richard Eaglesfield) 551 12
Chester (Thomas Tindall) 42 18
Chichester (Samuel Bincks) 115 16
Dover (Robert Bretton) 215 11 10
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
Milford (Walter Midleton) 816 1 6
Newcastle (Robert Hebburne) 60 15
Padstow (Cornelius Parminter) 81 18 0
Penryn (Edmund Harry) 83 15
Penzance (John Williams) 231 3 4
do. (Charles Jones) 36 12
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Poole (George Savile) 269 11
Portsmouth (John Weavor) 610 7 8
Sandwich (William Farnolds) 13 8
Swansea (Alexander Trotter) 138 10
Southampton (Adam de Cardonnell) 122 1
Truro (Nicholas Saunders) 89 16
Whitby (James Seidgwick) 17 17
do. (George Macey) 13 6 10½
Whitehaven (Richard Marshall) 79 16 11½
do. (John Fotherby) 140 1
do. (Joseph Sewell) 10 10
(total outports 58,726l. 6s. 10d.) total 126,993 6
for the new subsidy of tonnage and poundage ending 1 Feb. 1699–1700:
London port:
Henry Ferne, Receiver General (bonds) 1,861 7
in the Queen's Remembrancer's Office (bonds) 412 9
(total London port 2,273l. 16s. 11d.)
Outports:
Beaumaris (money) 2 4
Bristol (money) 937 19 10
do. (money) 9 3 5
Dartmouth (money) 25 2 8
Harwich (money) 1,878 13 9
Hull (money) 373 16 10¼
Lancaster (money) 13 17 1
Liverpool (money) 69 19
Rye (money) 53 17 11
Stockton (money) 130 7 10½
Truro (money) 65 3
Yarmouth (money) 757 15
Bristol (bonds) 467 18
and on sundry late Collectors (money):
Barnstaple (Thomas Clinton) 199 5
Bridgwater (Henry Beaumont) 32 1
Bideford (John Bolitho) 223 1 5
Carlisle (Richard Eaglesfield) 1,622 5 11
Bristol (John Dutton Colt) 2,362 1
Chichester (James Whitwood) 138 1
Deal (James Smith) 43 18 2
Dover (Richard Bretton) 306 12
Exeter (Charles Orchard) 134 7
Falmouth (George Sprey) 10 7
Feversham (Richard Matson) 34 7
Fowey (John Dagg) 169 18
Harwich (Mark Wildbore) 557 2
Liverpool (Edward Scarborough) 2,169 14
Looe (James Strong) 50 14 10½
Lynn (Robert Thorowgood) 205 5
Penryn (Edmund Harry) 1 5
Plymouth (Thomas Swanton) 7,340 15
Poulton (Thomas Nosworthy) 15 5
Rochester (John Moor) 194 16
Swansea (Alexander Trotter) 104 17 10¾
Southampton (Adam de Cardonnell) 1,191 19 8
Weymouth (Lodowick Jackson) 60 13 10¼
(total outports 21,955l. 0s. 10½d.) total 24,228 17
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
for the new subsidy ending 8 March 1701–2:
London port .
Henry Ferne, Receiver General (bonds) 2,962 6
in the Queen's Remembrancer's Office (bonds) 125 8
(total London port 3,087l. 14s. 10d.)
Outports:
Beaumaris (money) 0 3
Bristol (money) 1,204 0 2
Cowes (money) 76 8
Dartmouth (money) 120 16
Lancaster (money) 93 9
Liverpool (money) 164 16
Lyme (money) 38 7 10
Newcastle (money) 37 15 6
Rye (money) 33 16
Whitehaven (money) 9 19
do. (money) 19 6 4
Bristol (money) 46 5 1
and on sundry late Collectors (money):
Bideford (John Bolitho) 407 18 8
Feversham (Nicholas Matson) 4 9 6
Fowey (John Dagg) 412 15
Newcastle (Robert Hebburne) 21 5 1
Penzance (John Williams) 222 6
Plymouth (Thomas Swanton) 43 11 6
Poulton (Thomas Nosworthy) 212 7 10
Swansea (Alexander Trotter) 177 17 4
Southampton (Adam de Cardonel) 1 8
Weymouth (Lodowick Jackson) 44 9
Whitehaven (John Fotherby) 9 18
Milford (Walter Midelton) 473 16
total outports 3,877l. 8s.d. total 6,965 3
for the first additional or one-third subsidy commencing 8 March 1706–7:
London port:
Sir John Shaw (bonds): on the Grand Receipt 2,211l. 0s.d. and on the Plantation Receipt 3,140l. 6s.d. 5,351 7 1
Henry Ferne (bonds) 16,159 11
(total London port 21,510l. 18s.d.)
Outports:
Barnstaple (bonds) 10 11
Beaumaris (money 6l. 15s. 11¼d., bonds 58l. 9s. 11¼d.) 65 5 10½
Berwick (money) 2 1 5
Boston (money) 0 0
Bridlington (money) 3 13 11
Bristol (money 714l. 18s.d., bonds 3,349l. 13s.d.) 4,064 11
Bideford (money 227l. 2s.d., bonds 249l. 2s.d.) 476 5 2
Carlisle (money) 2 4
Chester (money 60l. 16s.d., bonds 76l. 13s.d.) 137 9
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Colchester (money) 19 4
Cowes (money) 90 13
Dartmouth (money) 15 18
Deal (money) 39 13 2
Dover (money) 48 0
Exeter (money) 285 8 11½
Falmouth (money 106l. 2s.d., bonds 53l. 7s.d.) 159 9
Feversham (money) 0 3 0
Fowey (money) 4 15
Gloucester (money) 0 9 10¾
Gweek (money) 1 3
Harwich (money) 4 8
do. (money) 3 3
Hull (money) 42 19 8
Ilfracombe (money 9l. 2s.d., bonds 38l. 14s. 3d.) 47 16
Ipswich (money) 14 15
Lancaster (money) 24 3
Liverpool (money 536l. 8s.d., bonds 4,386l. 10s. 9d.) 4,922 19
Looe (money) 1 3 9
Lyme (money) 81 6
Lynn (money) 215 18
Maldon (money) 0 4 10
Minehead (money) 61 8 4
Newcastle (money 212l. 11s.d., bonds 134l. 13s. 11d.) 347 5
Newhaven (money) 3 15
Padstow (money) 82 7 11¾
Penryn (money 19l. 11s.d., bonds 34l. 1s.d.) 53 13
Penzance (money) 14 8
Plymouth (money) 182 13
do. (money 784l. 1s. 11¼d., bonds 347l. 4s.d.) 1,131 6
Poole (money) 99 7
Portsmouth (money) 119 18 3
Poulton (money) 1 14
Rochester (money) 228 3
Rye (money) 21 9 11½
St. Ives (money) 7 0
Sandwich (money) 6 15
Scarborough (money) 14 0
Shoreham (money) 1 13
Southampton (money) 6 12
Stockton (money) 27 12
Sunderland (money) 4 15 7
Swansea (money) 6 3
Truro (money) 2 2 11¼
Wells (money) 15 9
Whitby (money) 0 4 10
Whitehaven (money) 105 6 5
do. (money 6l. 9s.d., bonds 2,385l. 12s. 10¼d.) 2,392 2 3
Yarmouth (money) 0 8
do. (money) 74 18 3
and on sundry late Collectors (money):
Bideford (John Bolitho) 49 0
Dover (Robert Bretton) 1,467 19
Penzance (Charles Jones) 22 17
Truro (Nicholas Saunders) 12 8 11
(total outports 17,351l. 8s.d.) total 38,862 7 5
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
for the one-third subsidy ending 8 March 1706–7:
London port:
Henry Ferne, Receiver General (money) 2,024 18
Outports:
Barnstaple (money 2l. 17s. 2d., bonds 53l. 0s. 11½d.) 55 18
Beaumaris (money) 1 19
Boston (money) 21 8
Bristol (money) 3,444 6 9
do. (money) 270 10
do. (money 6l. 13s.d., bonds 1,281l. 8s.d.) 1,288 2
Bideford (money 23l. 1s. 0d., bonds 109l. 19s. 4d.) 133 0 4
Colchester (money) 0 1 11
Carlisle (money) 21 14
Cowes (money) 31 11 11¼
Chester (bonds) 55 16
Chichester (money) 10 1
Deal (money) 154 11 0
Dover (money) 14 3 2
Falmouth (money) 100 12
Harwich (money) 1 10 1
Lancaster (money) 9 9
Liverpool (bonds) 245 9 11¼
Lyme (money) 62 4 11¼
Lynn (money) 14 10
Milford (money 35l. 7s.d., bonds 75l. 19s.d.) 111 6 8
Padstow (money) 3 6
zPlymouth (money) 138 1 10½
Portsmouth (money) 106 16 2
Rochester (money) 48 16
Sandwich (money) 699 2
Stockton (money) 1 7
Swansea (money) 74 2 7
Truro (money) 16 16 8
Weymouth (money) 192 12
Whitby (money) 0 0
Whitehaven (money) 84 2
do. (bonds) 167 6 5
Yarmouth (money) 26 8
and on sundry late Collectors (money):
Barnstaple (Thomas Clinton) 53 18 11¾
Bideford (John Bolitho) 132 10 10
Carlisle (Richard Eaglesfield) 188 18
Chichester (Samuel Bincks) 3 1
Exeter (Charles Orchard) 113 10 0
Falmouth (Edmund Harry) 18 6
do. (William Pierson) 179 3
Fowey (Charles Jones) 9 2 1
Liverpool (Edward Scarborough) 760 12
Milford (Walter Midleton) 131 6
Newcastle (Robert Hebburne) 160 1 8
Penzance (Charles Jones) 25 16 2
Portsmouth (John Weavor) 1,552 7
Poulton (Thomas Nosworthy) 1 16
Whitehaven (John Fotherby) 39 5 7
(total outports 10,977l. 7s. 8d.) total 13,002 6
Discharge. £ s. d.
for the second additional or two-thirds subsidy:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver, on the Grand Receipt (bonds) 4,422 0 11
do on the Wine Receipt (money) 17 19
(total London port 4,440l. 0s.d.)
Outports.
Barnstaple (money) 22 13
Beaumaris (money) 11 11 10¼
Berwick (money) 1 6 9
Boston (money) 0 0
Bridgwater (money) 0 0
Bridlington (money) 7 7 10¼
Bristol (money) 3,374 10
do. (money) 196 19
do. (money) 737 5 10
Bideford (money) 232 0 8
Carlisle (money) 24 10
Chester (money) 31 1
Colchester (money) 38 12
Cowes (money) 180 8
Deal (money) 260 17
Dover (money) 96 1 10¼
Exeter (money) 417 19
Falmouth (money) 156 9
Feversham (money) 0 6 0
Fowey (money) 14 14 11
Gloucester (money) 0 19
Gweek (money) 2 7
Harwich (money) 11 17 11
do. (money) 6 7
Hull (money) 66 10 11¾
Ilfracombe (money) 8 6
Ipswich (money) 11 11 3
Lancaster (money) 24 19
Liverpool (money) 811 7
Lyme (money) 2 12 1
Lynn (money) 741 19
Maldon (money) 0 9 10
Milford (money) 4 9
Minehead (money) 118 13
Newcastle (money) 434 2
Newhaven (money) 7 11
Padstow (money) 8 18
Penryn (money) 29 1
Penzance (money) 8 16
Poole (money) 19 6
Plymouth (money) 137 7
do. (money) 326 17
Portsmouth (money) 195 3 11¼
Poulton (money) 3 9
Rochester (money) 335 7
Rye (money) 70 8 5
Sandwich (money) 13 8 5
Scarborough (money) 28 0
Shoreham (money) 3 7
Southampton (money) 14 4
Stockton (money) 92 1
Sunderland (money) 7 1 1
Swansea (money) 45 19
Truro (money) 4 5 10½
Weymouth (money) 0 17
Wells (money) 30 19 10¼
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Whitby (money) 0 9
Whitehaven (money) 8 3
Yarmouth (money) 34 7 0
do. (money) 139 16
and on sundry late Collectors (money):
Boston (Charles Northcott) 68 11
Bideford (John Bolitho) 129 3 10¼
Carlisle (Richard Eaglesfield) 265 13
Chichester (Samuel Bincks) 3 17 6
Dover (Robert Bretton) 407 13
Falmouth (William Pierson) 53 16
Fowey (Charles Jones) 18 4
Minehead (Thomas Wolstenholme) 31 13 3
Penzance (Charles Jones) 83 13 6
Sandwich (William Farnolds) 0 7 10
Southampton (Adam de Cardonell) 122 4
Truro (Nicholas Saunders)] 58 11
Whitehaven (John Fotherby) 2 12
(total outports 10,863l. 4s.d.) total 15,303 4 10
for the new duty on coffee, tea, etc..
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver, on the Grand Receipt (bonds) 436 6 3
Outports:
Bristol (money) 925 3 7
do. (money) 8 14 6
do. (money) 51 7 9
Cowes (money) 249 6
Deal (money) 2 16 0
Exeter (money) 49 13 7
Falmouth (money) 17 1
Harwich (money) 131 1
Rochester (money) 18 17
Rye (money) 7 17 6
Yarmouth (money) 54 17
do. (money) 14 18 11
and on sundry late Collectors (money):
London (Michael Wicks) 48 17 4
Dover (Robert Breton) 75 19
Falmouth (William Pierson) 16 12 9
Newcastle (Robert Hebburne) 1 10
Plymouth (Thomas Swanton) 13 0 1
Rochester (John Moor) 5 6 0
Harwich (Mark Wildbore) 832 2 11½
Falmouth (Edward Harry) 16 4 10¾
(total outports 2,541l. 9s.d.) total 2,977 15
for the additional duty on coffee, tea, etc..
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver, on the Grand Receipt (bonds) 757 14 10½
Outports:
Bridgwater (money) 0 7 6
Bristol (money) 326 10
do. (money) 49 12
do. (money) 24 17 11½
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Chester (money) 0 0
Cowes (money) 3 5
Deal (money) 3 2 0
Exeter (money) 14 0 11
Falmouth (money) 20 13 1
Harwich (money) 2 3 7
Hull (money) 3 1 8
Liverpool (money) 10 2 11¾
Lyme (money) 0 7 10
Newcastle (money) 4 0
Plymouth (money) 341 10
do. (money) 2 6
Portsmouth (money) 9 14 11½
Rochester (money) 31 4
Rye (money) 0 19 2
Yarmouth (money) 14 18 11
and on sundry late Collectors (money):
Bideford (John Bolitho) 2 12 11½
Dover (Robert Breton) 2 5 0
Falmouth (William Pierson) 1 10 2
Newcastle (Robert Hebburne) 0 7 6
Whitehaven (John Fotherby) 1 14 3
(total outports 871l. 10s.d.) total 1,629 5
for the 25l. per cent. on French goods (money):
Arundel 69 18
Lyme 18 15 0
Penryn 545 14
Portsmouth 38 15
Southampton 173 19 11
Weymouth 16 3
total 863 7
for the second 25l. per cent. on French goods (money):
Bristol 155 9 1
do. 5 4 2
Colchester 3 2 6
Cowes 553 14 10½
Chester 0 2
Dartmouth 330 5 2
Deal 242 17
Dover 6 6
Falmouth 0 8 9
Hull 20 1
Minehead 0 5 0
Plymouth 9 10 5
Rochester 106 7
Rye 481 16
Southampton 1,504 13
Stockton 15 0 0
Sunderland 11 1
Swansea 19 10 3
Truro 40 5
Weymouth 1 2
and on sundry late Collectors (money):
Bristol (John Dutton Colt) 1,809 11
Bideford (John Bolitho) 384 3
Chichester (James Whitwood) 1,992 5
do. (Samuel Bincks) 253 0 10
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Deal (James Smith) 313 4 1
Exeter (Charles Orchard) 1 5 0
Falmouth (Edmund Harry) 15 2 9
Feversham (Nicholas Matson) 38 3 5
Fowey (John Dagg) 863 11 5
Liverpool (Edward Scarborough) 7 17
Looe (James Strong) 793 9 11
Minehead (Thomas Wolstenholme) 114 8
Newcastle (Robert Hebburne) 62 8 11¾
Penryn (Sidney Bligh) 92 14
do. (Edmund Harry) 224 11
Penzance (John Williams) 800 7
Poole (George Savile) 3,195 14
Plymouth (Thomas Swanton) 607 10
Portsmouth (John Weavor) 362 19
Poulton (Thomas Nosworthy) 11 18 9
Swansea (Alexander Trotter) 78 0
Weymouth (Lodowick Jackson) 345 3
Whitehaven (Richard Marshall) 10 0
15,884 15 11
for the duty on whale-fins and Scotch linen:
London port:
the Queen's Remembrancer (bonds) 187 8 6
Outports:
Berwick (money) 0 0
Carlisle (money) 218 2 11½
Cowes (money) 0 0
Harwich (money) 25 3
Hull (money) 11 16
Ipswich (money) 5 1
Newcastle (money) 32 14
Rochester (money) 3 15 0
Rye (money) 0 9 0
Scarborough (money) 7 17
Sunderland (money) 0 6 0
Bristol (money) 8 11
and on sundry late Collectors (money):
Boston (John Clark) 2 0 6
Bideford (John Bolitho) 0 4 0
Carlisle (Richard Eaglesfield) 3,333 7
Falmouth (Edmund Harry) 2 5 11½
Penryn (do.) 5 4 6
Lyme (Peter Southwick) 0 1 10½
Newcastle (Robert Hebburne) 1 6 7
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
(total outports 3,691l. 14s.d.) total 3,879 3
for the coinage duty (money):
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver 8 10 7
Outports:
Arundel 2 7 11
Barnstaple 1 8 4
Bridgwater 4 12
Discharge. £ s. d.
Bristol 599 0 10½
do. 1 1 1
do. 58 16 11½
Bideford 28 12
do. 36 11
Carlisle 2 6
Chester 46 15 5
Colchester 0 7 2
Cowes 56 17
Deal 81 13
Dover 86 11 4
Exeter 10 14
Falmouth 28 7
Fowey 0 9
Harwich 15 8 3
Hull 14 18
Ipswich 0 8
Liverpool 50 13 9
Looe 0 1 10½
Lyme 2 16 11¾
do. 0 17
Lynn 98 8
Milford 0 13 11
Minehead 0 10 8
Newcastle 6 19
Newhaven 0 5 1
Penryn 6 16 11¼
Penzance 11 5 4
Plymouth 35 5
do. 33 18 0
Poole 1 19
Portsmouth 43 10 10
Poulton 0 7
Rochester 29 15
Rye 70 6
Southampton 39 4
Shoreham 0 1 3
Stockton 0 1
Swansea 4 5
do. 5 15 5
Truro 1 1
Wells 0 1 8
Weymouth 23 0
Whitehaven 0 10
Yarmouth 0 0
do. 0 5
and on sundry late Collectors:
Berwick (James Howard) 2 12 7
Boston (Charles Northcott) 0 1 5
Bridgwater (Thomas Salter) 1 13 8
Bideford (Richard Ustick) 65 3
Feversham (Charles Sherwood) 0 5 11
do. (Nicholas Matson) 1 6
Fowey (John Dagg) 29 11 11¾
Harwich (Mark Wildbore) 0 9
Ipswich (John Banckes) 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
Penzance (John Williams) 9 6
Poulton (Thomas Nosworthy) 0 18
Rye (Francis Lightfoot) 12 3 7
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Stockton (Sir Henry Brabant) 24 10
do. (Henry Brabant jun.) 9 9
Weymouth (George Pley) 9 2 8
do. (Lodowick Jackson) 3 17 1
Whitehaven (John Fotherby) 2 9
(total outports 1,748l. 18s.d.) total 1,757 8 11¾
for the duties on French tonnage (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 duty of 15 per cent. on East India goods:
Bristol 1 14 6
Plymouth 0 0
1 14
total depending as above £470,085 11
and so this General Accompt is Quit.
Declared 9 April 1715.
Auditor's Memorandum:
Under the Act 20 Car. II [c. 2] the several late Collectors above mentioned are chargeable with damages at the rate of 12 per cent. per an. for the sums remaining in their hands, to be charged upon them by judgment of the Exchequer Court pursuant to Treasury Order.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: CUSTOMS: CASH ACCOUNT.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1109.
Henry Ferne, Receiver General and Cashier of Customs.
26 December 1707 to 25 December 1708.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Remaining in the hands of this Accomptant bonds remaining in his hands at the same time, viz.: 4,812 11 11¾
for arrears of customs [ending 26 Dec. 1699] 4,876 16 5
for the customs ending 31 July 1706 12,081 6 6
for the present customs 63,559 9
for arrears of the new additional impositions ending 31 July 1706 3,608 11
for arrears of the new subsidy, ending 1 Feb. 1699–1700 1,861 7
ditto, ending 8 March 1701–2 2,966 9 11¼ (fn. 2)
ditto, commencing 8 March 1701–2 64,753 0 6
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
arrears of the first additional subsidy (or ⅓ subsidy) ending 8 March 1706–7 16,390 3
for the ⅓ subsidy commencing 8 March 1706–7 5,933 3
for the new duty on coals ending 15 May 1703 19 15 0
for the said duty since 15 May 1703 1,963 3 4
178,013 6
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 184,788l. 2s. 10¾d.
£ s. d.
Receipts for customs and subsidies, viz. .
for customs:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt 163,707 17 0
on the Plantation Receipt, in money 95,754 14 6
ditto in bonds 43,962 2 9
on the Wine Receipt, in money 81,226 6 7
ditto in bonds 1,287 10
Sir Thomas Crisp and John Crisp, esq. Receiver Outwards, on subsidy goods 14,680 13
Timothy Thornbury, Receiver of the Customs on Leather Outwards 1,044 11 8
Received for interest on bonds 15 8 9
total London port 401,679 5 0
Outports:
Barnstaple 348 16 3
Beaumaris 102 12
Bristol 25,993 0 0
ditto 3,703 6 0
ditto 2,541 3
Chester 1,259 15 0
Chichester 32 0
Cowes 6 6 9
Dartmouth 243 13 11½
Exeter 1,722 15 8
Gweek 2 12 6
Hull 3,767 11
Ilfracombe 120 0 0
Liverpool 15,130 4
Walden (sic) 33 13
Milford 116 15 10½
Minehead 141 10 5
Newcastle 7,606 17
Padstow 125 2
Penryn 652 12
Plymouth 774 0 0
Portsmouth 1,106 0
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Rochester 190 0 0
Southampton 213 4
Stockton 944 2 6
Sunderland 845 1 2
Whitehaven 4,748 11 11½
ditto 30 0 0
total outports 72,501 8
total 474,180 13
For the additional impositions:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt 31,964 11
on the Plantation Receipt 2,753 7 11½
on the Wine Receipt 185 1 10½
Sir John Crisp, Receiver Outwards 1 6
total London port 34,904 8 3
Outports:
Barnstaple 15 4 10¼
Beaumaris 0 15
Berwick 1 6 6
Boston 0 4
Bristol 374 5 0
ditto 250 0 0
Bideford 17 15
Chester 110 0 0
Chichester 0 13
Colchester 341 9 10½
Cowes 16 13 10¼
Dartmouth 625 9
Dover 11 18
ditto 1 2 0
Exeter 168 10 6
Feversham 0 0
Harwich 30 17
ditto 20 7
Hull 616 18 8
Ipswich 1 5
Lancaster 21 10
Liverpool 50 0 0
Looe 4 4
Lynn 29 17 2
Maldon 0 0 9
Milford 1 4 10¾
Minehead 42 0 2
Newcastle 560 14 8
Penryn 208 7
Penzance 153 4 1
Plymouth 420 0 0
ditto 145 10 0
Poole 32 19
Portsmouth 652 10 0
Poulton 2 0
Rochester 263 7 5
Sandwich 3 12
Southampton 1,107 19
Stockton 81 15
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Sunderland 10 3 11¼
Truro 0 0
Weymouth 100 0 0
Whitby 4 11
Whitehaven 34 0
ditto 50 0 0
Yarmouth 287 5 4
ditto 35 0 0
total outports 6,907 0
total 41,811 8
For the new subsidy of tonnage and poundage:
out of the new subsidy which determined 1 Feb. 1699–1700:
Outports:
Carlisle 20 0 0
Liverpool 68 10 11
total outports 88 10 11
total 88 10 11
out of the new subsidy which determined 8 March 1701–2:
Outports:
Liverpool 459 16 2
Penzance 79 19
Southampton 9 8 6
total outports 549 4
total 549 4
out of the subsidy which commenced 8 March 1701–2:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt 133,309 9 1
on the Plantation Receipt 35,252 12
and in bonds 43,896 16 6
on the Wine Receipt 49,767 18 8
and for interest on bonds 18 9
262,245 5 11¼
Outports:
Barnstaple 475 11 9
Beaumaris 46 1 10½
Berwick 47 19 10½
Boston 73 17 0
Bridgwater 220 0 4
Bridlington 21 14 9
Bristol 22,969 18
ditto 5,642 6
ditto 2,283 7 0
Bideford 481 15 7
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Chester 932 6 2
Chichester 27 6 10
Colchester 344 17
Cowes 78 17
Dartmouth 490 7
Dover 90 3
ditto 166 7 10¾
Exeter 3,111 10 9
Falmouth 237 0 0
Feversham 1 11
Fowey 116 10 0
Gweek 20 9 6
Harwich 67 9
ditto 48 16 11¼
Hull 2,862 8
Ipswich 24 9
Lancaster 199 0
Liverpool 4,986 7 2
ditto 29 0 1
Looe 17 0 3
Lyme 212 7
Lynn 2,211 18 2
Maldon 27 11 5
Milford 183 5 11¾
Minehead 487 6 0
Newcastle 1,977 9 9
Newhaven 10 18
Padstow 123 17 10¾
Penryn 310 6
Penzance 91 6
Plymouth 2,030 15 3
ditto 1,641 1 0
Poole 116 14
Portsmouth 1,323 17 6
ditto 99 18
Poulton 13 5 1
Rochester 862 11 9
St. Ives 47 7 9
Sandwich 105 2
Scarborough 9 1
Southampton 1,519 2 11
Stockton 295 7 11¼
Sunderland 67 0 11¼
Swansea 4 18
Truro 23 7 2
Weymouth 200 0 0
Whitby 33 12 5
Whitehaven 1,449 10
ditto 90 0 0
Yarmouth 1,100 10
ditto 200 0 0
total outports 62,979 4 7
total 325,224 10
total for the new subsidy of tonnage and poundage 325,862l. 5s.d.
For the first additional subsidy, being one third part of the new subsidy of tonnage and poundage:
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
for the additional subsidy commencing 8 March 1701–2:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt 738 11
for interest on bonds 4 4 10¾
total London port 742 16
Outports:
Barnstaple 6 6
Bristol 1,700 0 0
ditto 43 5
Falmouth 262 10 0
Lancaster 25 3 10¾
Milford 27 9
ditto 45 12
Penryn 48 3
Penzance 32 9 11
Whitehaven 345 7
total outports 2,536 7 10
total 3,279 3 11¼
out of the additional subsidy commencing 8 March 1706–7:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver Inwards, on the Grand Receipt 43,853 3
on the Plantation Receipt in money 11,535 9
and in bonds 14,654 0 11
on the Wine Receipt 17,209 0 0
for interest on bonds 0 1 10¼
total London port 87,251 15
Outports:
Barnstaple 174 15
Beaumaris 15 7 3
Berwick 16 0
Boston 24 12
Bridgwater 73 7
Bridlington 5 11
Bristol 9,863 17
ditto 1,695 12 6
ditto 500 0 0
Bideford 26 6
Chester 275 11 10
Chichester 5 12
Colchester 83 5
Cowes 26 1
Dartmouth 41 5
Dover 30 1 2
ditto 40 0 0
Exeter 1,039 14 2
Feversham 0 12
Fowey 10 0 0
Gweek 6 16 6
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Harwich 26 11
ditto 16 5
Hull 1,090 9
Ipswich 3 11
Lancaster 21 3 4
Liverpool 1,379 4 6
Lyme 52 13 4
Lynn 677 0
Maiden 9 3 11
Milford 27 2
Minehead 87 19
Newcastle 541 18 1
Newhaven 3 12
Penryn 54 14
Penzance 0 8
Plymouth 95 14 6
Poole 37 2
Portsmouth 4,211 4 8
Poulton 4 8 11
Rochester 115 0 0
St. Ives 8 15
Sandwich 24 17
Scarborough 3 0
Southampton 416 2 4
ditto 37 7 11¾
Stockton 98 9 0
Sunderland 20 19
Swansea 1 9 10¾
Truro 12 2
Weymouth 80 0 0
Whitby 11 4
Whitehaven 146 11 10¼
ditto 20 0 0
Yarmouth 333 13
ditto 60 0 0
total outports 19,904 15
total 107,156 11 0
total for the first additional subsidy 110,435l. 14s. 11¼d.
For the second additional subsidy being two third parts of the new subsidy on tonnage and poundage:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver, on the Grand Receipt 81,552 2
on the Plantation Receipt 1,028 13
on the Wine Receipt 32,866 0 0
total London port 115,446 16 4
Charge.
Outports: £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Barnstaple 56 9
ditto 43 13 10¼
Beaumaris 11 14
Berwick 32 0 1
Boston 49 12
Bridgwater 140 7 11½
Bridlington 11 3
Bristol 3,508 10
ditto 331 0 0
ditto 400 0 0
Bideford 45 8
Carlisle 25 0 0
Chester 380 0 0
Chichester 11 5
Colchester 166 12 0
Cowes 52 2 10
Dartmouth 76 1
Dover 60 2
ditto 80 0 0
Exeter 2,175 10
Feversham 1 4 l
Fowey 15 0 0
Gweek 6 13 0
Harwich 36 18
ditto 32 11
Hull 2,023 3
Ipswich 24 19
Liverpool 145 0 0
ditto 315 4 10½
ditto 61 9
Lyme 86 0
Lynn 794 0 0
Maiden 18 7 8
Milford 3 13
ditto 11 17
Minehead 292 4 6
Newcastle 1,199 14
Newhaven 7 5
Penryn 115 1
Penzance 20 17
ditto 13 6 11
Plymouth 917 0 0
Poole 74 4
Portsmouth 918 0 0
ditto 204 19
Poulton 8 17 10¼
Rochester 513 12 6
St. Ives 31 11 10
Sandwich 69 14
Scarborough 6 1 1
Southampton 679 3
Stockton 162 18 11½
Sunderland 44 11
Swansea 2 19
Truro 24 5
Weymouth 120 0 0
Whitby 22 8
Whitehaven 65 9
ditto 40 0 0
Yarmouth 837 4 4
ditto 130 0 0
total outports 17,754 4
total 133,201 4
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
For the duties on coffee and tea:
out of the new duty on coffee, tea, etc.:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver, on the Grand Receipt 16,576 6
ditto, on the Plantation Receipt 204 14 6
total London port 16,781 1
Outports:
Barnstaple 0 15 0
Chester 3 15 0
Exeter 70 0 0
Hull 0 9 0
Liverpool 3 0 0
Newcastle 1 14
Penzance 0 2 0
Portsmouth 100 0 0
ditto 5 19 4
Rochester 14 10 6
Southampton 15 9 9
Whitehaven 0 6 0
Yarmouth 32 6 10¼
total outports 248 7
total 17,029 8 8
out of the new additional duty on ditto:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver, on the Grand Receipt 73,408 5 10½
ditto on the Plantation Receipt 216 4 10
total London port 73,624 10
Outports:
Barnstaple 0 15 0
Beaumaris 5 10 3
Berwick 0 0 3
Chester 4 19 0
Chichester 0 3
Exeter 100 19 11½
Hull 2 10
Liverpool 7 10
ditto 4 8 0
Portsmouth 100 0 0
Whitehaven 0 6 0
Yarmouth 30 0 0
257 2
73,881 13
total for the duties on coffee and tea 90,911l. 1s. 10¼d.
For the late tonnage duty on English ships:
Portsmouth 0 9 6
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
For the second 25l. per cent. on French ships:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, total 604 7 4
Outports:
Colchester 754 15 2
Cowes 4 16
Southampton 1,995 19 0
Weymouth 100 0 0
Yarmouth 0 4
total outports 2,855 15 9
total 3,460 3 1
For the duty on whale fins:
London port:
Sir John Shaw on the Grand Receipt 1,125 12 5
on the Plantation Receipt 176 16 11
total London port 1,302 9 4
Outports:
Berwick 10 4
Cowes 0 6 7
Dartmouth 1 6 3
Hull 39 7 11¾
Newcastle 46 17
Penzance 0 9 0
Southampton 22 1 10¼
Sunderland 7 17 6
Whitehaven 0 12
Yarmouth 19 6 1
total outports 148 9
total 1,450 18
For the new duty on white woollen cloth:
London port:
Sir Thomas Crisp, Receiver Outwards 42 15 0
Richard Miller, Collector 1,289 0 0
total London port 1,331 15 0
total 1,331 15 0
For the duty on coals, etc.:
out of the duty which determined 15 May 1703:
Outports:
Beaumaris 24 4
Bideford 23 17 10½
ditto 231 0
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Chichester 114 8
ditto 1,096 19
Cowes 285 15
Dartmouth 409 3
Deal 470 13
Falmouth 61 17
ditto 42 19
Feversham 995 0 11½
Fowey 161 17 11½
Colchester 16 13 4
Ipswich 25 11 4
Milford 58 18
Minehead 481 8
Newhaven 32 4 7
Padstow 651 19 9
Penzance 575 8
ditto 146 10
Plymouth 29 12
Poole 232 3
Portsmouth 49 14
Poulton 41 5
Rochester 52 3 10¾
Rye 20 12 3
Sandwich 464 9
Swansea 17 1
Truro 56 19
Weymouth 249 19 10
Whitby 95 15
Yarmouth 46 0 0
total outports 7,752 10
7,752 10
out of the duties which determined 15 May. 1708:
London port:
Richard Peirce, Receiver, in money 17,072 3 10
and in bonds 2,544 19 2
total London port 19,617 3 0
add for interest on bonds 56 17
Outports:
Barnstaple 457 8
Beaumaris 52 14
Berwick 10 8 11¼
Boston 548 3
ditto 109 7
Bridgwater 613 7
Bridlington 98 4
Bristol 130 5
Bideford 377 2
ditto 413 18
Chichester 85 10
ditto 296 13 10¾
Colchester 387 15 11¾
Cowes 289 6
Dartmouth 182 17
Deal 814 8 5
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Dover 1,008 17
ditto 72 11 0
ditto 25 19 10¼
Exeter 115 0 0
Falmouth 176 2
ditto 36 5
Feversham 193 0 4
Fowey 4 2
ditto 11 6 9
Gloucester 100 0 0
Harwich 199 4
Hull 405 19 2
ditto (cinders duty) 59 3 0
Ilfracombe 61 3
Ipswich 372 15
Lancaster 64 6
Leigh 96 0 0
Lyme 0 13 9
Lynn (coals 4,750l. 17s. 7d., cinders 52l. 9s. 10d.) 4,803 7 5
Maiden 119 17 9
Milford 115 8
Minehead 285 10
ditto 123 9
Newhaven 52 13 10¾
Padstow 489 4
Penryn 13 5
ditto 27 5 0
Penzance 16 7
ditto 460 15
ditto 62 13
Plymouth 409 1 11½
ditto 8 6 1
Poole 9 9
ditto 161 2
Portsmouth 316 6
ditto 642 16
Poulton 1 8
ditto 14 2 3
Rochester 297 18
Sandwich 205 12
ditto 1,301 1 6
St. Ives 152 8
Scarborough 33 13
Southampton 143 12
ditto 4 11
Stockton 17 19 7
Swansea 157 16
Truro 268 1
Wells 294 1 10¾
Weymouth 56 12
Whitby 215 0
Whitehaven 5 14 0
Whitby 24 3 3
Yarmouth 1,793 0 0
ditto (cinders) 70 0 0
total outports 21,044 3
total 40,718 3 10¼
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
out of the duty on coals commencing 15 May 1708:
London port:
Richard Peirce, Receiver, in money 68,217 9
and in bonds 3,260 12 6
interest on bonds 1 3
total London port 71,479 5
Outports:
Barnstaple 241 12 10½
Beaumaris 32 12 11
Berwick 2 2
Boston 1,570 19
Bridgwater 500 0 0
Bridlington 263 5 11
Chichester 80 5
Colchester 984 13
Cowes 65 17
Dartmouth 89 15 2
Dover 259 17
Exeter 200 0 0
Falmouth 213 15 11½
Feversham 401 19 l
Fowey 5 0 0
Harwich 140 0 0
ditto 455 5 11½
Hull 547 0 0
Ilfracombe 50 0 0
Ipswich 988 0 0
Leigh 127 10
Lynn 1,536 8 0
Malden 654 17 2
Milford 14 14
Minehead 42 0 0
Penryn 38 6
Poole 18 5
Portsmouth 1,141 0 0
Rochester 1,050 9 11¼
Rye 43 18 11
Sandwich 882 12
St. Ives 50 0 0
Scarborough 100 0 0
ditto 238 10
Southampton 489 13 11
Stockton 10 0 0
Swansea 15 8
Wells 540 3 8
Whitby 625 9
Yarmouth 3,554 10 6
ditto 1,960 14 0
total outports 20,226 16
total 91,706 1
total for the duties on coals and cinders 140,176l. 15s. 7d.
For the duty on paper:
Southampton 7 13
total 7 13
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
For the duty of 15 per cent. on Muslims:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, Receiver 85,807 13 4
total 85,807 13 4
For the coinage duty:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, on wine and vinegar 5,945 19 7
and on mum and brandy 109 13 5
6,055 13 0
Outports:
Barnstaple 0 1
Bristol 50 0 0
Chester 5 2 0
Chichester 6 6
Colchester 18 15 10¼
Cowes 0 6 10
Dartmouth 89 16
Dover 8 10 11
ditto 48 16 10
Exeter 143 0 0
Feversham 0 5 0
Harwich 0 3
ditto 0 0 10
Hull 208 17
Liverpool 37 15 8
Lyme 14 17
Lynn 290 0 0
Milford 0 5
Minehead 3 13 11
Newcastle 69 6
Penryn 40 8
Penzance 0 5 0
Plymouth 94 17 6
Poole 5 11
Portsmouth 8 10 0
ditto 86 13 1
Southampton 281 1
ditto 0 15
St. Ives 1 8 9
Stockton 0 2
ditto 24 10 7
Swansea 3 5 10
Truro 0 0
Weymouth 60 0
Whitby 0 3 0
Whitehaven 11 2 9
Yarmouth 17 13 2
Bridgwater 14 1 1
total outports 1,646 12 3
total 7,702 5 3
For the duty of 4½ per cent.:
Thomas Scott, esq., Husband for Plantation Goods 9,353 0 1
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
For the enumerated duties:
for the duties which determined 8 March 1701:
Thomas Wescott, Collector at St. Christopher 400 0 0
for the duties commencing 8 March 1701:
John Moore, Collector at Philadelphia in 'Pensilvania' 49 10 4
Samuel Lowman, Collector at Newcastle ditto 61 6 10
Peter Beckford, Collector at Jamaica 161 2 9
Samuel Catchpole, ditto 41 11 2
313 11 1
Total for the enumerated duties 713l. 11s. 1d.
Total receipts as above within the time of this Accompt 1,426,406l. 13s.d.
Also for money received of the Receiver General of Customs and Duties payable in Scotland:
Customs 2,489 2
new subsidy 3,628 6
the first additional subsidy or ⅓ subsidy 1,055 18
the second ditto or 2/3 subsidy 2,076 7 10½
the additional duty on coffee 3 4
the 25l. per tun on prize wine 2,041 14 7
the additional impositions on poundage goods 1,213 3
coinage duty 351 9
12,859 5 7
Received for the additional duty of 5 per cent. on East India Goods under the Act 9 Will. III. [c. 44, s. 66] and payable to the East India Company for the Maintenance of Ambassadors 2,431 19 8
Total charge and receipts £1,626,486 1
Discharge. £ s. d.
Salaries, London port:
Charles Godolphin, Samuel Clarke, Thomas Newport, William Gulliford, Esqs., Sir John Werden and Sir Matthew Dudley, bts., also Thomas Hall esq., and Sir John Stanley, bt., succeeding him, Commissioners at 1,000l. a year each 7,000 0 0
The Secretary, Solicitor, Inspector General, Comptroller of the Issues, Inspector of the Outports Collectors, Solicitor for the Coast Bonds and Clerk of the Coast Business, as in the previous Account, with their respective clerks; copying clerks, examiners, wine tasters, etc. (detailed) 20,461 18 10
27,461 18 10
fees and allowances to the Patent Officers, London port:
Rowland Holt, Esq., Comptroller General of the Accompts 1,000 0 0
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Sir John Shaw, bt. and Charles Shaw, Esq., Receivers Inwards 466 13 4
Sir Thomas Crisp and John Crisp, Esq., Collectors Outwards 276 13 4
John Nicholas, Esq., Surveyor General (¾ year) 375 0 0
Henry Ferne, Esq., this Accomptant “ at 1,000l. per an. for the same time “ (sic) 1,000 0 0
John Backwell, Esq. and Charles Downing, esq., successively Comptrollers 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 (1¼ years) 150 0 0
undersearchers, comptrollers, customers, Queen's waiters, etc. (detailed) 3,988 3 5
7,811 10 1
fees and allowances to the Patent Officers in the Outports (detailed, including 366l. 16s. 8d. to William Waterson, Esq., Surveyor of Customs in the Outports) 1,888 19 4
fees and salaries of the Officers in Foreign Plantations: Thomas Broughton, Charles Town in South Carolina; Peter Jacob Guerard, Comptroller at North Carolina; Edward Hill, Upper James River in Virginia; George Luke, Lower James River, ditto; Sampson Trevethan, Elizabeth River, ditto; William Buckner, York River, ditto; Richard Chichester, Rapahannock River, ditto; Nicholas Spencer, South Potomock River; Robert Snead, Cape Charles; Henry Scarbrugh, Accomack and Northampton Counties, Virginia; Thomas Seymour, North Potomack River, Maryland; George Muschamp, Potuxen River; William Bladen, Annapolis in Maryland; Edward Price, Potomock, ditto; Stephen Knight at Bahama and Sassafras; William Dyre, Delaware Bay; John Moore, Philadelphia in Pensilvania; Samuel Lowman, Newcastle, ditto; Henry Brooke, Lewis, ditto; William Alexander, Comptroller at Philadelphia; Thomas Byerly, New York; William Carter, Comptroller, ditto; John Jekill, Boston in New England; Thomas Newton, Comptroller, ditto; John Graves, Bahama Islands; Robert Quary, Surveyor General on the Continent of America; Charles Carkesse, Plantation Clerk 2,364 14 7
annual and accidental payments out of the Customs (detailed, including fees to Exchequer Officers, the Auditor's fee of 260l. and 599l. 19s. 10d. to John Brydges, Solicitor of the Customs, for charges, etc., of entering Nolle Prosequis to informations against certain goods from Scotland which had paid duty there before 1 May 1707) 2,861 16 10
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
payments out of the new duties for clerks, examiners, auditors, etc.:
out of the new additional impositions 100 0 0
out of the new subsidy commencing 8 March 1701–2 140 0 0
out of the additional new subsidy 55 0 0
out of the second additional new subsidy 82 10 0
out of the new duty on coffee and tea, etc., commencing 1 May 1701 17 10 0
out of the additional duty on coffee 190 0 0
out of the second 25l. per cent. on French goods 22 10 0
out of the duty on whale fins 17 10 0
out of the duty on coal expiring 15 May 1708 885 7
out of the duty on coals and culme commencing 15 May 1708 210 0 0
out of the duty of 15 per cent. on muslins 455 0 0
out of the coinage duty 266 14 9
out of the duty of 4½ per cent. 2,036 13 0
out of the enumerated duties 15 0 0
total from the new duties 4,493 14 10½
allowed for charges of collection: William Leach, Paymaster of the Incidents (2,520l. 19s. 11d.); allowances, etc., for tidesmen, 'keymen,' watermen, watchmen, etc.; allowances for keeping registers; hire of rooms and tackle houses; tradesmen's bills; expenses of prosecutions, including 2,125l. 19s.d. to John Bridges, Solicitor of the Customs; other items 26,265 0
total of the above payments and allowances 73,147l. 15s.d.
money allowed for damaged and over-entered goods, for portage money and for goods exported:
money repaid on certificates of damaged goods or over-entries 12,845 10 1
ditto on portage bills 1,630 1 0
ditto on debentures for goods exported 334,703 9
total 349,179 0
bonds cancelled 736 12
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] to defray sundry charges for the maintenance of Ambassadors. 2,431 19 8
payments into the Exchequer (detailed by dates):
£ s. d. £ s. d.
on customs 277,547 10
on the new impositions on poundage goods:
out of the new additional impositions ending 31 July 1706 105 1 0
ditto, commencing 1 August 1706 37,448 6
37,553 7
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 88 10 11
ditto, ending 8 March 1701–2 553 7
ditto, commencing 8 March 1701–2 245,987 12 2
246,629 10
on the first additional subsidy (or ⅓ subsidy):
out of the additional subsidy ending 8 March 1706–7 1,395 10 6
ditto, commencing 8 March 1706–7 82,652 15
84,048 5 10½
on the second additional subsidy (or 2/3 subsidy) 115,138 13 9
on the coffee and tea duties:
out of the new duty on coffee and tea 15,354 4 11
out of the new additional duty 37,177 18 11½
52,532 3 10½
on the late tonnage duty on English ships 0 9 6
on the second 25 per cent. on French goods and 25l. per ton on French wines 3,427 13
on the duty on whale fins 1,357 11 1
on the new duty on white woollen cloth 1,331 15 0
on the new duties on coals, etc.:
out of the duty on coals ending 15 May 1703 7,752 10
ditto ending 15 May 1708 41,406 16 10
out of the duty on cinders 181 12 10
out of the new duty on coals commencing 15 May 1708 88,967 5 10½
138,308 5 8
on the paper duty 7 6
on the 15 per cent. duty on muslins 58,923 12
on the coinage duty 7,367 4
on the 4½ per cent. duty 7,321 7 1
on the enumerated duties:
out of those ending 8 March 1701–2 400 0 0
out of those commencing 8 March 1701–2 303 11 1
703 11 l
total 1,032,198 8
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
payments into the Exchequer (detailed by dates) out of money remitted from Scotland:
on customs 2,489 2 2
on the new subsidy 3,628 6
on the first additional subsidy 1,055 18
on the second additional subsidy or 2/3 subsidy 2,076 7 11
on the additional impositions on poundage goods 1,213 3 2
on the additional duty on coffee 3 4
on the duty of 25l. per tun on prize wine 2,041 14
on the coinage duty 351 9
12,859 5 10½
sum total of the payments and allowances £1,470,553 2
and so remains 155,932 19
bonds remaining in the Accomptant's hands 148,534 5 2
transport debentures 1,357 4
money imprested (detailed):
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 Ballard and John Cannon, Riding Officers in Kent 30 0 0
605 0 0
sum total of the bonds, debentures and supers £150,496 9
And so the Accomptant remains Indebted 5,436l. 10s. 2d. Declared 6 April 1710.

Footnotes

1 For the distinction between the General and the Cash Accounts, see Vol. XX —Introduction, p. cclx.
2 Corrected from the previous roll; both this and the corresponding Audit Office Roll [A.O. 1/780/949] have 2,996l. 9s. 11¼d.