Declared Accounts
Customs, Wines and Vinegar

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'Declared Accounts: Customs, Wines and Vinegar', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 23: 1709 (1949), pp. CCCXXXII-CCCXXXVI. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90771 Date accessed: 18 September 2014.


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Customs, Wines and Vinegar

CUSTOMS: WINES AND VINEGAR. CASH ACCOUNT.
By Henry Ferne, Customs Cashier. For 25 Dec. 1708 to 25 Dec. 1709.
PIPE OFFICE, ROLL 1171.
Charge.
Arrears—Cash: nil, he being in surplusage 150l. 2s. 5d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
bonds 26,995 15 4
Transport Debentures 4,243 3
31,238 18
Receipts. £ s. d.
London port:
(Sir John Shaw) 100,710 3
interest on bonds 26 0 0
interest on Transport Debentures 265 3 6
101,001 6
Outports:
Bristol 200 1
Bristol 8,171 0
Bridgwater 99 13
Beaumaris 0 4 5
Bideford 248 4 11
Barnstaple 5 9
Boston 43 8 4
Boston 12 6 0
Colchester 8 4
Cowes 40 2 10
Chester 868 16 11
Chester 100 0 0
Deal 179 2
Deal 13 13 6
Dover 250 0 0
Dover 21 3
Dartmouth 123 7
Exeter 650 0 0
Exeter 2,007 18
Falmouth 23 9 6
Falmouth 118 14 1
Falmouth 339 16
Fowey 48 9 11½
Hull 2,266 10
Harwich 6 15 11½
Ipswich 8 4 10
St. Ives 127 0 0
Lynn 4,713 17
Lynn 1,519 0 0
Liverpool 186 0 0
Looe 9 4
Lancaster 901 4 6
Minehead 12 5 0
Newcastle 9 19
Portsmouth 387 19
Penzance 8 10
Plymouth 890 17 0
Plymouth 599 11
Plymouth 636 0
Penryn 395 4
Poulton 7 9 10¼
Poole 15 19
Rye 179 12 10½
Rochester 43 16 8
Sunderland 1 10
Southampton 2,471 16
Truro 45 1 11¾
Truro 22 10 4
Weymouth 280 0 0
Yarmouth 53 13 5
Yarmouth 88 18
29,462 4 3
130,463 10
total charge and receipts £161,702 9
Discharge. £ s. d.
surplusage 150 2 5
repayments for damaged and defective wines 6,281 3 0
salaries 130 0 0
payments into the Exchequer 126,441 19
total payments and allowances £133,003 5
Remains, 28,699l. 3s. 9d.
against which £ s. d.
bonds remaining in this accountant's hands 24,456 1 0
Transport debentures remaining in his hands 4,243 3
£28,699 4
So this accomptant is in surplusage 6¼d.
CUSTOMS: WINES AND VINEGAR. GENERAL ACCOMPT.
By Rowland Holt, Comptroller General of the Customs Accounts For 25 Dec. 1708 to 25 Dec. 1709.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 635, ROLL 216.
This roll has suffered from damp down the right hand side containing the totals.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Remains.
London port:
(Sir John Shaw) 178 13
bonds in the custody of Henry Ferne 26,995 15 4
ditto in the hands of the King's Remembrancer 2,100 4
Outports:
sundry Collectors (not detailed) particularly named at the foot of last preceding accompt of this Duty 56,041 13 11¼
85,316 7
£ s. d.
[receipts or] money payable to the Queen on the said Duty.
London port:
money, 97,189l. 0s. 3d.; bonds, 4,752l. 4s. 4d. 101,940 4 7
Outports:
Arundel 6 3 1
Barnstaple 0 13
Beaumaris 0 4 5
Boston 12 6 0
Bridgwater 40 1
Bristol 6,544 12 11½
Bydiford 421 12 10¼
Chester 471 4
Chester 110 1
Cowes 25 14
Colchester 8 4
Dartmouth 125 18
Deal 13 13
Deal 14 3
Dover 423 5 11½
Exeter 2,304 10 4
Falmouth 46 0
Falmouth 101 5 10¾
Fowey 44 2
Gweek 2 5
Harwich 6 15 11½
Hull 3,991 8
Ilfracombe 0 18
Ipswich 3 18
Lancaster 55 7
Liverpool 750 6
Liverpool 56 19 11
Looe 4 12
Lyme 14 12
Lynn 1,400 19
Lynn 1,317 12
Milford 61 7 10½
Minehead 8 13 1
Newcastle 839 0 2
Penzance 37 12
Penryn 0 10 0
Plymouth 317 7 2
Plymouth 724 16
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Poole 18 17
Portsmouth 660 7 3
Rochester 95 1 11
Rye 179 12 10¼
St. Ives 127 16
Sandwich 4 12 1
Southampton 2,470 18 11¾
Sunderland 1 10
Weymouth 298 4
Wells 3 16 11
Whitehaven 9 16 10
Yarmouth 89 17 2
24,226 2
126,166 7
interest received on bonds not satisfied in due time 335 14
overpayments by Receivers and Collectors and to be allowed in the succeeding accompt of this Duty:
London port 28 13 3
Bridgwater 0 0
Chester 122 19
Colchester 3 19 4
Fowey 0 0
Bristol 32 15 10¾
Chester 0 2 11½
Chester 25 1 11½
Falmouth 52 13 11
Looe 81 4 2
Lyme 3 17 10¾
Lynne 46 0
Lynne 511 11
Newcastle 0 0 9
Plymouth 486 10 9
Poole 0 0
Sandwich 20 0 0
Stockton 78 14
Whitehaven 214 0
1,709 7
Transport Debentures in the hands of Henry Ferne, the Customs Cashier 4,243 3
money charged to even an overpayment by the Collector of Rochester port 1 1 10
total charge and receipts £217,772 1
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
money paid to the Customs Cashier as in his cash account 133,003 5
repayment of overpayments by Collectors of this Duty as detailed in last year's account thereof 3,134 18
allowed to merchants for damaged goods and over-entries:
Bridgwater 8 8
Bristol 757 16
Bideford 86 2
Chester 15 1 5
Dartmouth 0 13
Exeter 342 6 10
Falmouth 5 11
Falmouth 0 12 6
Fowey 5 1
Hull 178 10 11¾
Liverpool 9 19 11½
Lyme 1 19
Lynn 79 8
Lynn 110 19
Milford 0 12
Newcastle 9 10 6
Plymouth 112 19 11
Plymouth 29 15
Poole 2 17
Portsmouth 23 17
Rochester 9 13 10
Sandwich 1 12 10½
Southampton 98 19 2
Weymouth 22 0 3
Whitehaven 9 4
1,923 17 1
money discharged by privy seal dated 23 Dec. 1709 in six port accounts, detailed 459 1
total payments and allowances £138,521 2
Remains 79,250l. 18s. 11¾d.
against which £ s. d.
depending on Receivers and Collectors in the ports of England and Wales, detailed at length:
London 30,799 8
outports 48,451 10 3
£79,250 18 11¾
Even and quit.
Declared 25 May 1715.