Declared Accounts, 1708
Wine Licences

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'Declared Accounts, 1708: Wine Licences', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 22: 1708 (1952), pp. DCVI-DCVIII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90575 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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Wine Licences

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: WINE LICENCES.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 3185.
Thomas Lake, John Harwood, Robert Lowndes, Thomas Goodall and William Congreve, Commissioners for granting Wine Licences.
26 December 1707 to 25 December 1709.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: depending as at the foot of the last Accompt 15 13 11
depending in super upon several persons for rent of their licences as at the end of the last Accompt 6,600 0 9
Receipts: rents of wine licences granted within the time of this Accompt 8,727 8 9
agreements for retailing wine without licence 120 0 0
(total receipts 8,847l. 8s. 9d.)
total charge and receipts £15,463 3 5
Discharge. £ s. d.
Salaries and incidents:
to the said Accomptants at 200l. each for two years 2,000 0 0
to Thomas Hancock, Comptroller, at the same rate 400 0 0
to Officers, detailed, and incident charges 1,199 12 9
to Edward Harley as Auditor's fee 190 0 0
3,789 12 9
money paid into the Exchequer [1708 2,800l., 1709 2,500l.] 5,300 0 0
total payments and allowances £9,089 12 9
and so remains 6,373 10 8
against which depending on divers persons, detailed by names and places, for money in arrears in the following counties:
for the year 1709:
Bedford 48 10 0
Berks 83 15 0
Buckingham 75 15 0
Cambridge 50 15 0
Chester 20 0 0
Cornwall 48 10 0
Cumberland and Westmorland 35 0 0
Derby 6 0 0
Devon 194 15 0
Dorset 54 12 6
Durham 31 0 0
Essex 204 13 9
Gloucester 67 0 0
Hampshire 167 15 0
Hereford 14 2 6
Hertford 122 7 6
Huntingdon 37 0 0
Kent 287 7 6
Lancaster 28 10 0
Leicester 34 5 0
Lincoln 89 5 0
Middlesex, with London and Liberties 634 1 3
Norfolk 219 10 0
Northampton 57 0 0
Northumberland 58 0 0
Nottingham 29 0 0
Oxford 44 10 0
Rutland 1 10 0
Salop 49 0 0
Somerset 186 0 0
Stafford 32 10 0
Suffolk 142 5 0
Surrey 241 10 0
Sussex 81 15 0
Warwick 57 0 0
Wiltshire 95 15 0
Worcester 32 15 0
York 194 6 3
Wales:
Brecknock 2 0 0
Carmarthen 8 0 0
Glamorgan 6 10 0
Monmouth 14 10 0
Montgomery 1 0 0
Radnorshire 0 10 0
divers persons for small sums agreed to be paid in respect of neglect to take licences 8 0 0
3,897 16 3
for the year 1708:
Bedford 1 10 0
Berks 11 10 0
Buckingham 12 15 0
Cambridge 19 17 6
Chester 1 15 0
Cornwall 2 10 0
Derby 2 0 0
Devon 24 10 0
Dorset 6 17 6
Essex 14 15 0
Gloucester 10 10 0
Hampshire 27 10 0
Hereford 3 0 0
Hertford 9 5 0
Huntingdon 2 0 0
Kent 46 2 6
Lancaster 1 7 6
Leicester 3 0 0
Lincoln 7 10 0
Middlesex 76 2 6
Norfolk 19 15 0
Northampton 17 10 0
Oxford 4 0 0
Somerset 18 10 0
Stafford 1 10 0
Suffolk 7 5 0
Surrey 54 2 6
Sussex 19 10 0
Warwick 6 10 0
Wiltshire 15 10 0
Worcester 2 17 6
York 25 7 6
Wales:
Brecknock 2 0 0
Denbighshire 1 0 0
Flint 1 10 0
Monmouth 3 10 0
Radnorshire 0 12 6
and agreed to be paid in respect of neglect to take out a licence 0 10 0
485 17 6
depending for arrears from earlier years, detailed as before:
anno 1707 469 3 9
anno 1706 359 6 3
anno 1705 269 5 0
anno 1704 265 8 2
anno 1703 389 15 0
anno 1702 406 5 0
anno 1701 140 0 0
total of the supers aforesaid £6,682 16 11
and so the said Accomptant is in Surplusage 309 6 3
Declared 12 April 1715.