Declared Accounts
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'Declared Accounts: Transport', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 23: 1709 (1949), pp. CCLXXXIII-CCXCI. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90767 Date accessed: 30 October 2014.


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TRANSPORT.
Thomas Micklethwaite, Receiver and Paymaster for Transports. 14 April 1708 to 29 Sept. 1709.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 2306, ROLL 15.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears nil: this being his first accompt.
Money received out of the Exchequer:
Easter term 7 Anne 50,674 16
Michaelmas term 7–8 Anne 91,308 10
Michaelmas term 7–8 Anne 32,000 0 0
Easter term 7 Anne 93,662 14 8
267,646 1 4
Money received of Charles Mason, the preceding Treasurer for Transports, pursuant to the Treasury warrant of 14 June 1708:
in money 2,157 5 2
in tallies of loans on Malt anno 1707 33,300 0 0
35,457 5 2
received of James Brydges, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, viz. 7,000l. to defray the charges of ships taken up and fitted at Lisbon by Sir John Leake for the transport of horses from Italy to Barcelona by warrant of 10 July 1708: and 11,631l. 4s. 0d. to answer bills of exchange drawn from Genoa by Mr. Wardlaw, Agent for Transports with the Fleet under Sir John Leake, for the hire of vessels for the transport of horses, by warrant of 1708 Aug. 28 18,634 4 0
received on bills of exchange supplied by Messrs. Stepney and Goddard, Agents at Lisbon, viz. 100l. of William Earle, master of the Phœnix; 100l. of Richard Daniel, master of the Amiable; and 32l. of Cha. Hatton, master of the Samuel. 232 0 0
received from Samuel Atkinson, one of the managers of the affairs of Transportation, for the balance of his account for the Transport Service at Harwich from 22 March 1708–9 to 13 May following 36 17
received from William Coleman for freight of goods brought from Lisbon anno 1708 in the Yarmouth, Ambrose Lawrence master 104 14 0
received from sundry persons for interest incurred on Treasury Bills issued to them for this [Transport] service 245 8
Exchequer Bills received by this accomptant from the Bank of England in exchange for several tallies and orders remaining in his hands amounting to 50,400l. delivered over by him to the said Bank by the Treasury order of 27 Aug. 1709, 50,300l. and 100l. 50,400 0 0
total charge and receipts £372,756 9 11
Discharge.
paid to masters or owners of ships hired into her Majesty's Transport service, as in full [of what is due, a previous payment of approximately a moiety having already been paid on account]: and for 6 per cent. interest, as by the Treasury warrant of 17 Dec. 1705:
ships hired to transport Forces and corn for the Army to Spain and Portugal [for periods stated in each case from 1704 to 1706]
Abraham, frigate, Richard Love master 1,005 17 5
Anne, galley, John Roberts master 701 15 0
Anne and Elizabeth, David Burnie master 49 13 9
Anne and Elizabeth, William Pugsley master 1,564 2 3
Anne and Rebecca, Richard Lemmon master 371 14 6
Anne and Mary, Richard Sleech master 359 5 2
Anne and Mary, William Laxe master 701 18 8
Barcelona Merchant, William Tibington master 2,205 4 5
Batchelor's Adventure, Harman Farman master 323 1 6
Blackstone, Peregrine Brown master 1,555 7 4
Benjamin, William Hooke master 1,163 11 11
Betty, Nehemiah Wotton master 448 6 10
Crispe, galley, Hedworth Hebdon master 510 7 11
Crowne, Francis Rogers master 1,622 2 4
Crowns and Scepter, Thomas Parsons master 1,467 14 5
Delight, frigate, Robert Spelman master 976 16 7
Dolphin, Josiah Thoms master, Sir William Phippard owner 816 2 0
more to same 1,873 9 4
Dorothy, James Taylor master, Peregrine Browne owner 1,777 2 5
Elizabeth and Jane, Josiah Smith master, Andrew Chelton owner 993 5 3
Elizabeth and Mary, Thomas Stringer master, James Braine owner 365 19 6
Exeter Merchant, Walter Prideaux master 1,291 10 3
Expedition, John Smithson master 2,348 1 8
Francis and Elizabeth, Benjamin Fisher master 547 12 3
Friend's Adventure, Francis Wells master 1,268 17 9
George, John Dove master, Peter Reneu owner 2,885 3 0
Hastwell, Gabriel Stacey master 1,698 0 2
James and Sarah, Tho. Combs master 1,589 11 5
John, John Phippard master 446 6 1
John and Elizabeth, John Cobb master 1,864 6 4
Joseph, Christopher Marshall master 437 0 10
Joseph and Thomas, Tho. Rogers master 1,192 16 11
Josiah, William Oulder master 713 17 8
Kent, Jeremiah Turner master 712 7 7
Lucy, William Evans master 1,040 10 10
Macklesfield galley, John Yoakly master 1,116 8 7
Mary, Samuel Coote master 2,017 0 3
Mary, John Brooks master 433 6 3
Mary, Tho. Temple master, Daniel Alford owner 1,540 6 0
Mead, frigate, John Tanner master 969 0 2
Mordecai, John Ticknor master 2,230 16 5
Nicholas, Robert Newman master 897 6 0
New Swan, John Parrott master 1,265 12 6
New Hopewell, Nicholas Smith master 1,024 17 6
Owners' Adventure, Benjamin Doncaster master 1,099 4 5
Owners' Goodwill, Simon Canham master 1,530 6 1
Pembroke galley, John Denn master 39 13 5
Potuxen Merchant, Andrew Sen-house master 1,099 19 11
Prosperous, Hen. Cole master 1,666 0 10
Rebecca, Lewis Frost master 119 15 6
Rebecca, Mark Ord master, Joseph Jackson owner 50 14 6
Richard and William, Thomas Matticks master, Sir Richard Levett owner 1,978 15 11
Samuel and Henry, Cornelius Brewer master 2,254 11 1
Successe, Tho. Hunt master 982 18 10
Thomas and Mary, Tho. Eades master, Thomas Frampton owner 908 13 7
Two Brothers, William Eades master, Hopefor Bendall owner 2,260 16 3
Thomas and Henry, Nicho. Constant master 1,873 13 11
William and Elizabeth, John Rogers master, Sir William Phippard owner 501 9 4
William and Elizabeth, Tho. Spicer master, Sir Richard Levett owner 2,044 3 4
William and Mary, John Phippard master, Sir William Phippard owner 511 14 10
for freight of ships hired to transport Forces from England to Holland [hire period not stated]:
Blenheim, Thomas Simmonds master 140 12 8
Bridle of Peace, Peter Baker master 68 18 9
Dove, Daniel Goodwin master 147 19 3
Dolphin, Richard Lacey master 137 10 6
same 20 8 0
Elizabeth, John Munds master 142 15 1
Exchange, John Bortis master 158 19 2
same 23 8 11
Faulcon, Nicholas Loft master 169 6 11
Frances, William Millner master 86 16 11
George, Hen. Warbrick master 103 11 3
Hannah, Tho. Cumby master 141 3 5
Happy Returne, Benjamin Dowson master 148 3 5
Harwich, Robert Elfroth master 101 17 11
Hopewell, John Abbon master 173 5 2
John's Adventure, John Howard, junr., master 23 8 11
John and Elizabeth, Tho. Harbord master 148 12 6
more 21 18 6
John and Mary, John Howard, senr., master 24 19 0
Love, Peter Siebes master 109 0 11
Love's Encrease, Nicho. Nicholson master 163 11 7
more 24 3 10
Mary, John Watson master 171 14 11
more 25 14 0
Mary Anne, Robert Bland master 99 1 4
Miss Mopsey, William Dade master 81 18 2
Mouse, Richard Hansell master 161 2 7
Oliver, Samuel Springall master 145 12 6
Priscilla, Geo. Peacock master 144 8 3
more 53 12 7
Rebecca and Betty, Nicholas Foster master 157 12 3
Robert, Robert Curtis master 142 0 9
more 21 3 3
Robert and Anne, William Bowle master 152 16 5
Robert and George, Samuel Arnold master 143 15 0
Samuel and Elizabeth, Samuel Spicer master 125 19 0
Southwold, Aldred Lyle master 136 16 8
Speedwell, Job Dorrant master 153 16 4
Thomas and Elizabeth, Tho. Cooke master 122 14 10
Thomas, John Fewster master 106 16 4
True Friendship, Joshua Hartbourne master 161 9 4
Tyger, John Dorrant, senr., master 161 0 3
for freight of men and clothing transported to her Majesty's Foreign Plantations:
Industry, John Bond master, 40 soldiers to New York 172 10 10
the Antigua packet, 76 men for Jamaica in 1708 582 19 8
ditto, 14 men for Jones's Regiment in the Leeward Isles, Oct. 1708 81 16 3
ditto, 23 men for Jamaica, August 1708, in the Cotton pacquet 121 16 1
ditto, 22 men for same, in the King William pacquet 161 12 8
ditto, clothing for Antigua in the Franckland pacquet 395 14 9
ditto, 32 men for Jamaica, in the Prince George pacquet 76 0 0
ditto, 40 men for Jamaica, in the Resolution pacquet 211 16 8
75,955 5 1
money paid to ship owners and masters upon account [and as in part] of their contracts for transport of Forces to Spain and Portugal:
Agreement, Edward Barrow master, June 1704 123 14 6
Aleppo Factor, William Coverly master, Nov. 1706 359 15 10
Althœa, Tho. Thorpe master, Nov. 1706 368 1 6
America Merchant, Francis Jackson master, Feb. 1703–4 108 6 6
Amiable, Richard Daniel master, Nov. 1706 536 8 11
Anne, Nicholas Harman master, Dec. 1706 116 8 5
Anne, Tho. Moulton master, Nov. 1706 392 13 5
Anne, galley, John Roberts owner, John Thomas master, Dec. 1706 171 0 2
Anne, frigate, William Jesse master 471 14 3
Anne and Elizabeth, William Pugsley master, Aug. 1706 356 5 1
Anne and Rebecca, John Richardson master, Nov. 1706 335 3 2
Batchellor, John Fish master, Nov. 1706 296 10 7
Blackstone, Peregrine Brown owner, Nov. 1706 443 15 9
Benjamine, John Soare master, Dec. 1706 302 10 7
Bethia, William Smy master, Nov. 1706 191 7 10
Brittannia, James Harman master, Nov. 1706 592 12 1
Charity, Daniel Branthwayt master, 1704–6 275 10 7
Charles, Francis Robinson master 182 9 7
Charles, Hen. Brand master, Dec. 1706 361 13 9
Concord, John Radcliffe master, 1704–6 507 17 5
Concord, John Jones master, Nov. 1706 232 18 6
Concord, Richard Filbeck master, 1703–6 126 0 0
Constant William, Hen. Towert master, Nov. 1706 325 9 6
Crowne, Joseph Williamson master, 1704–6 387 9 9
Crown, Nathan Dixon master, 1705–6 575 4 2
Crown, Tho. Parsons master, Dec. 1706 236 17 0
Daniel, John Booge master, Nov. 1706 252 12 4
Delight, Robt. Spelman master, Nov. 1706 318 15 11
Denbigh Castle, Robt. Hughes master, 1704–6 298 17 4
Donnegall, William Wilson master, 1705–6 446 7 11
Donnegall, Hugh Dyett master, 1704–6 341 19 1
Dove, Henry Hubbert master, Nov. 1706 345 4 7
Dove, Richard Murphy master, 1704–6 226 16 2
ditto, more, 1705–6 356 4 11
Eagle, Robt. Atwood owner, Robt. Atting master, Nov. 1706 413 7 7
Elizabeth and Jane, Andrew Chelton owner, Josiah Smith master, Jan. 1706–7 282 17 5
Endeavour, Edwd. Towerson master, 1704–6 400 1 7
European, Bailey Kent master, Nov. 1706 498 2 1
Exeter Merchant, Hamey Burwell master [owner], Daniel Needham master, Nov. 1706 307 10 8
Favour, William Atkinson master, 1704–6 418 11 11
Felicity, Simon Fisher master, 1705–6 322 7 6
Fidelity, Moses Marrian master, 1704–6 67 16 10
Fortune, John Jones master, Nov. 1706 393 6 11
Friendship, Cha. Barton master, Nov. 1706 258 0 6
Friendship, Benj. Ward master, Dec. 1706 243 19 0
Friendship, Hen. Crosthwait master, 1705–6 361 9 4
Friendly Society, Ben. Widdows master, Dec. 1706 123 14 10
George, Lewis Frost master, 1706–7 299 15 5
Goodspeed, James Benn master, 1704–6 302 13 3
Hannah, William Russell master, Nov. 1706 397 5 11
Herne, frigate, Joseph Lawrence master, Nov. 1706 456 18 4
Hope, Geo. Carter master, Aug. 1706 103 1 11
Hopewell, Samuel Smith master, Nov. 1706 569 2 0
Hopewell, John Bateman master, Dec. 1706 157 12 10
James, frigate, Edward Frost master, Nov. 1706 247 17 6
James, Richard Burton master, 1704–6 333 8 4
John's, Goodwill, Tho. Thompson master, Nov. 1706 167 2 0
Johnson, frigate, John Tibbington master, Dec. 1706 395 3 9
John and Elizabeth, Richard Benn master, 1704–6 263 8 6
John and Mary, Tho. Davy master, Nov. 1706 146 1 2
Joseph and Mary, Joseph Brapple master, Nov. 1706 156 12 2
Industry, Hen. Davy master, 1704–6 267 19 11
Industry, Richard Cheshire master, Aug. 1706 466 19 3
Judith, Tobias Beale master, Nov. 1706 250 3 0
Judith and Anne, James Ramsey master, 1704–6 15 8 8
Lawrell, Hen. Craige master, 1704–6 397 10 11
Lawrell, Hen. Steel master, 1704–5 195 1 10
Leviathan, Stephen Alexander master, Dec. 1706 304 13 1
Lisbon Factor, Samuel Ingram master, Nov. 1706 348 16 5
Love, William Whiteside master, 1704–6 389 4 11
Love's Increase, Joseph Wood master, 1704–6 296 1 1
Marcelia, galley, Tho. Wilkes master, 1706–7 266 18 3
Martha, William Lorance master, 1706 682 15 11
Martha and Susanna, James Logan master, Nov. 1706 502 6 0
Mary, John Robinson master, 1706–7 464 9 7
Mary, William Swiveny master, 1704–6 145 8 10
Mary, William Nevil master, 1706–7 415 6 6
Mary Anne, Patrick Weldon master, 1703–6 527 15 0
Mary Anne, Richard Sleich master, 1706–7 270 11 2
Mary Anne, Tho. Len Lenthorne master, 1706 243 16 7
Mary and Frances, Thomas Colethurst master, Nov. 1706 305 6 2
Mary and Margaret, Tho. Whaels master, 1706 118 11 2
Mary Gold, William Webb master, 1705–7 270 14 2
Maryland Merchant, Dekars Ayrey master, 1704–6 393 7 2
Merchants' Adventure, Peter Wallis master, 1706 308 15 2
Morning Star, Tho. Hughes master, 1704–6 287 9 0
Mutual Consent, John Waggal master, Nov. 1706 280 5 0
Olivebranch, John Barker master, Nov. 1706 154 1 6
Owners' Adventure, Jacob Hudson master, 1706 311 12 7
Owners' Endeavour, Hen. Standish master, 1703–6 48 16 10
Owners' Goodwill, Edward Goddard master, Nov. 1706 461 16 4
Peace, Richard Marion master, 1704–6 205 16 3
Pearl, James Briscoe master, 1703–6 639 1 7
Pearl of Whitehaven, William Bowman master, 1703–6 239 4 4
Peter and Mary, Peter Pineau master, 1705–6 436 14 9
Phœnix, John Tennison master, 1704–6 287 11 11
Phœnix, William Earl master, 1706 6 15 6
Prosperous, John Pine master, Nov. 1706 264 9 2
Providence, Joseph Marlow master, Nov. 1706 139 14 5
Providence, William Harvey master, Nov. 1706 446 10 9
Providence, Benj. Dickenson master, 1706 255 2 4
Providence, John Keeler master, Nov. 1706 296 7 5
Rainbow, Lewis Powe master, 1704–6 406 0 10
Raby, John Evance master, 1706 233 15 4
Rebecca, Lewis Frost master, 1706 242 2 8
Resolution, Mathew Gelien master, Nov. 1706 434 18 2
Reward, Benj. Mynard master, 1706 233 11 8
Ridley, Joseph Thomas master, Nov. 1706 287 19 3
Rose, Henry Foster master, Nov. 1706 322 1 11
Rosenborough, Samuel Shepheard owner, John Blackistone master, Nov. 1706 421 4 5
Ruby, Anthony Whiteside master, 1704–6 148 19 11
Samuel, Samuel Brookes master, Nov. 1706 305 6 2
Samuel and Anne, John Atkins master, 1706 287 11 1
Sarah, William Nicholson master, 1704–6 94 9 11
Sarah, James Braines master, 1706 1,106 14 4
Savoy, galley, Martin Hopkins master 1706 191 11 3
Seaflower, John Robinson master, 1704–6 197 16 2
Sea Horse, Robert Rickard master, 1704–6 66 9 7
Sea Horse, James Creagh master, 1707 139 14 4
Sea Venture, Tho. Scott master, Nov. 1706 402 15 3
Society, John Golding master, 1705 528 3 8
Supply, William Lawrence master, 1704–6 36 18 10
Support, Joseph Pearson master, 1705–6 238 10 10
Successe, John Major master, Nov. 1706 398 6 8
Susanna, Mathew Segar master, 1706 153 11 8
Swann, frigate, John Buckler master, 1706 265 18 5
Thayer, yacht, Abraham Coleman owner, Joseph Swaddle master, Nov. 1706 213 16 2
Thomas, Stephen Jerome master, Nov. 1706 403 10 4
Thomas and Anne, Thomas Jenkins master, 1706 171 1 4
Thomas and Elizabeth, Tho. Cooke master, 1706 367 12 6
Two Sheriffs, John Frost master, 1706 795 19 9
Tyger, Tho. Hurst master, Nov. 1706 264 10 3
Victory, Samuel Blosse master, 1706 451 16 7
Vine of Chester, William Howard master, 1704–6 152 15 7
Vine of Whitehaven, Erasmus Lowes master, 1704–6 206 5 5
Upton, James Adair master, 1705–6 324 19 0
Upton, Mathew Scott master, 1706 488 5 5
Union, John Hamilton master, 1705–6 364 7 2
Unity, John Hidde master, 1706 119 5 2
Wellcome, Robert Birkett master, 1705–6 497 7 8
William, Hugh Peircy master, 1705–6 582 1 8
William and Mary, Joseph Lawrence master, 1704–6 261 16 11
William and Mary, Isaac Cooper master, 1706 224 0 2
William and Richard, Cuthbert Watson master, Nov. 1706 334 10 10
Willingmind, John Monacott master 323 14 9
Workington Merchant, Tho. Dawson master, 1705–6 225 7 5
Yarmouth, frigate, Ambrose Lorance master, Nov. 1706 563 19 1
46,700 14 11
paid for Transport ships which were taken by the enemy whilst in his Majesty's service:
Adventure, Henry Wood master, taken 6 Dec. 1704 591 10 6
Exchange, Tho. Portlock master, taken 18 Nov. 1704 801 18 7
Rainbow, Anthony Bell master, taken 7 Dec. 1704 646 8 5
2,039 17 6
£124,695 16 6
money paid by this accomptant for provisions for subsisting Forces in their transportation; and also for necessaries provided for the German Protestants sent to New York and also for the poor inhabitants of the Leeward Island (including 3,820l. 19s. 3d. for 5,324 men from Ostend to Newcastle, 32 days, on occasion of the late Invasion: grain for Spain: slings &c. for horses &c.) 13,143 19 1
fitting out ships &c. for the embarking of the Forces 1,725 3 2
salaries of managers, Officers and clerks in the Transportation service 3,265 11 3
incidents of ditto 1,881 1 9
tallies and orders delivered to the Bank of England in exchange for Exchequer Bills by Treasury order of 27 Aug. 1709 50,400 0 0
total payments and allowances £195,111 12 9
[leaving these accomptants in Remain or indebted in the sum of 177,644l. 17s. 2d.]
against which: depending upon imprest accomptants, detailed at length, being correspondents and agents of the Transport service 52,656 3
leaving these accomptants indebted at the end and determination of this accompt 124,987 13 4
Declared 21 June 1711.