Declared Accounts
Customs, Tobacco

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'Declared Accounts: Customs, Tobacco', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 23: 1709 (1949), pp. CCCXXVIII-CCCXXXII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90770 Date accessed: 22 August 2014.


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Customs, Tobacco

CUSTOMS: TOBACCO AND SUGARS. CASH ACCOUNT.
Henry Ferne, Customs Cashier.
25 Dec. 1708 to 25 Dec. 1709.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 780, ROLL 955.
This account is hopelessly decayed from damp down the right hand side and the totals are gone; figures made good from Pipe Account, 1236.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Remains in money [nil because in surplusage 150l. 1s. 6d.
in bonds 259,274 7
Receipts.
London port:
Sir John Shaw on the Plantation Receipt 320,698 8 5
several merchants for interest on their bonds 82 18
money received on bonds delivered to the Queen's Remembrancer's Office 2,390 0 0
323,171 6 10¾
Outports:
Bristol 292 8
Bristol 30,371 12
Beaumaris 470 0 3
Bideford 825 12 1
Barnstaple 682 1 2
Cowes 0 10 4
Chester 991 1
Chester 370 0 0
Deal 130 4 2
Dover 12 0 0
Exeter 76 14 11
Falmouth 79 17
Falmouth 34 3
Falmouth 77 8
Falmouth 50 5 4
Liverpool 13,110 5 9
Liverpool 2,348 19 6
Lyme 2,722 17
Lancaster 1,538 0
Milford 59 11
Milford 270 2 10
Newcastle 120 18 10
Padstow 125 18 1
Plymouth 600 12
Plymouth 251 1 9
Penryn 50 18
Poole 30 13 7
Poole 2 19 2
Poole 700 0 0
Sandwich 63 19 9
Truro 2 11
Whitehaven 2,977 1 5
Weymouth 75 14 7
59,516 6 2
382,687 13
total charge and receipts £641,962 0
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
surplusage 150 1 6
repaid for tobacco exported 167,048 2 8
repaid for damaged and defective and over entered tobacco 7,964 1 11
salaries 480 0 0
bonds cancelled and discharged 2,341 8 0
paid into the Exchequer 87,791 13 10½
265,625 6
total of payments and allowances £265,775 7 11½
£ s. d.
Remains 376,186 12
whereof in bonds 376,186 12
and so this accomptant is in surplusage 0 0
CUSTOMS: TOBACCO [AND SUGARS]. GENERAL ACCOUNT
25 Dec. 1708 to 25 Dec. 1709.
Rowland Holt, Comptroller General of Customs.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 635, ROLL 217.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Remains in the hands of the Receivers and Collectors at Xmas 1708:
London port:
Sir John Shaw, for Plantation goods 34,226 9 9
Customs Cashier, bonds 259,274 7
Queen's Remembrancer, bonds 37,904 11
Thomas Grainger, late Receiver of the said Duty: money in his hands 421 11 9
331,827 0
Outports:
Receivers, not detailed 245,459 17
577,286 17 10
[Receipts.]
money due to the Queen for tobacco Import.
London port:
Sir John Shaw, for Plantation goods 286,471 18 8
Outports:
Barnstaple 3,060 2
Beaumaris 1,249 0 9
Bristol 59,221 0
Byddiford 1,324 18
Chester 1,030 15
Cowes 0 17
Deal 1,509 13 3
Dover 732 8
Exeter 3 9
Falmouth 614 10
Lancaster 4,017 9
Liverpool 36,873 9 1
Liverpool 16,565 14
Lyme 3,215 0
Milford 1,120 8 11½
Milford 12 12 9
Newcastle 1,064 17 3
Penryn 2,112 5
Plymouth 1,423 10 8
Plymouth 806 17 6
Poole 952 14
Poulton 0 10
Sandwich 318 5 3
Weymouth 1,090 18 2
Whitehaven 15,127 7 2
155,453 4 4
441,925 3 0
interest received on bonds not satisfied in due time 488 2
overpayment by Lionel Norman repaid by the Receiver General 1 15 0
money overpaid by several Collectors on their accompts [of this impost] for this year, viz.:
Deal 123 6 8
Dover 11 15
Liverpool 70 2
Lyme 4 5
Rye 12 6
Stockton 7 17
Portsmouth 2 0 11¾
Weymouth 32 0
Bristol 20,037 18
Bideford 1,188 16 9
Deal 145 4 1
Harwich 0 0
Exeter 733 0
Hull 80 8 11¾
Newcastle 516 0
Newcastle 69 18
Penryn 0 0
Penryn 108 14
Poole 7 5 4
Poole 31 0
Whitehaven 1,304 8
Yarmouth 0 17
24,487 9 1
total of charge and receipts £1,044,189 7
Discharge. £ s. d.
Money paid to Henry Ferne, Customs Cashier, and accounted for by him in his cash account for this year [sic] 265,775 7 8
Money overpaid by several Collectors on their accounts for the preceding year ended Xmas 1708 [details as in the Tobacco Duty Account for the year 1708] 24,328 17
repaid on Debentures for re-exported tobacco:
Barnstaple 974 3 6
Beaumaris 1,200 9
Bristol 19,331 17
Bideford 3,167 9 0
Chester 101 1 3
Cowes 8 11 5
Dover 928 1
Ilfracombe 213 4 9
Lancaster 407 14 3
Liverpool 26,254 18
Liverpool 10,200 3
Lyme 292 0 0
Newcastle 1,100 11 4
Penryn 491 11 3
Plymouth 291 11 3
Poole 819 3 0
Weymouth 800 7
Whitehaven 9,881 11 3
77,834 11
payments on damaged and over-entered tobacco:
Barnstaple 1,042 19 6
Beaumaris 91 19 3
Bristol 3,894 15
Bideford 598 10 11
Chester 39 8
Chester 29 18 6
Deal 33 12 5
Dover 4 2
Falmouth 89 2 6
Falmouth 58 15
Lancaster 61 12 5
Liverpool 2,101 9
Liverpool 523 2 11¼
Lyme 716 18 0
Milford 63 6 9
Milford 26 12 1
Newcastle 64 10
Padstow 50 9
Penzance 211 11 11¾
Plymouth 217 15 0
Plymouth 71 14 11
Poole 231 6
Sandwich 212 3 6
Weymouth 164 11 2
Whitehaven 2,261 17
12,863 5
arrears discharged by privy seal dated 23 Dec. 1709 400 5 10
total payments and allowances £381,202 7 10
Remains, 662,986l. 19s.d.
against which £ s. d.
there is depending on Receivers and Collectors, detailed at great length, in the ports of England and Wales for money and bonds taken for this Duty within the time of this accompt or depending on them in preceding accompts 662,986 19
so this accomptant is quit.
Declared 25 May 1715.