Declared Accounts
Customs, Silks and Linens

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'Declared Accounts: Customs, Silks and Linens', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 23: 1709 (1949), pp. CCCXXXVI-CCCXXXIX. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90772 Date accessed: 27 August 2014.


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Customs, Skills and Linens

CUSTOMS: SILKS AND LINENS. CASH ACCOUNT.
Henry Ferne, Customs Cashier.
25 Dec. 1708 to 25 Dec. 1709.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 780, ROLL 954.
This account is perished down the left hand side from damp.
Charge.
Remains: nil, he being in surplus 150l. 2s.d.
Receipts. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
London port 155,114 11
Outports:
Bristol 100 0 0
Bristol 363 5
Bristol 8,124 2 11¼
Bridgwater 245 1 6
Beaumaris 15 15
Bideford 454 18 11¼
Bridlington 33 5
Barnstaple 264 10
Boston 12 14 0
Boston 126 10
Berwick 92 18 10½
Colchester 126 0 8
Cowes 198 3
Chester 76 19 0
Carlisle 55 0 0
Deal 37 12 11
Deal 26 15
Dover 432 6
Dartmouth 0 6 10½
Dartmouth 1 16 9
Exeter 120 11 2
Exeter 910 9
Falmouth 26 6 5
Falmouth 100 0 0
Fowey 11 16
Gweek 59 0
Hull 3,619 11
Harwich 81 17
Ipswich 54 13 4
St. Ives 30 10
Lynn 677 10 7
Lynn 211 10 4
Liverpool 640 0 0
Lancaster 4 5
Minehead 341 6
Malden 16 10 6
Newcastle 4,112 3 11¼
Portsmouth 545 12
Plymouth 0 14 2
Plymouth 492 7
Plymouth 615 2
Penryn 201 15
Poulton 0 6
Poole 109 13 6
Rye 16 9 6
Rochester 463 17
Shoreham 10 0
Stockton 412 6
Sunderland 76 12
Scarborough 104 18 10¾
Southampton 249 8 11
Sandwich 100 13 11¼
Truro 50 5
Truro 28 17
Wells 23 1 10¼
Whitehaven 40 0 0
Whitby 10 2
Weymouth 268 2 0
Yarmouth 723 7 3
26,350 4
181,464 16
£181,464 16
Discharge. £ s. d.
surplusage upon the foot of the last accompt 150 2
re-paid on Debentures for goods exported 59,658 14 1
re-paid for damaged and defective goods 1,215 11
salaries &c. to clerks, auditors &c. 110 0 0
paid into the Exchequer 120,330 7 11½
£181,464 16
CUSTOMS: SILKS AND LINENS: NEW IMPOSITIONS (GENERAL ACCOUNT).
By Rowland Holt, Comptroller General of the Accounts of the Customs. For 25 Dec. 1708 to 25 Dec. 1709.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 635, ROLL 215.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Remains in the hands of the several Receivers and Collectors at the foot of the last accompt: in money, 56,957l. 17s.d.: in bonds, 27,545l. 3s.d. 84,503 0
[Receipts or] moneys due for the said new Impositions.
London port (Sir John Shaw):
in money 74,642 12 10½
in bonds 71,949 1 4
146,591 14
Outports:
Barnstaple 203 0
Beaumaris 13 14
Berwick 92 18 10½
Boston 127 14 10¾
Bridgwater 283 15
Bridlington 0 2
Bridlington 49 1
Bristol 8,150 2
Bideford 433 0 4
Chester 25 3 11
Chester 11 10 8
Chichester 38 2 8
Colchester 94 18 6
Cowes 555 5 8
Dartmouth 47 14
Deal 35 19
Deal 13 1 10¾
Dover 30 19
Exeter 1,164 7 11¾
Falmouth 27 18
Fowey 0 5
Gweek 46 8
Harwich 77 10 11½
Hull 3,471 7
Ipswich 49 8
Lancaster 4 1 8
Liverpool 298 18
Liverpool 320 8
Lynn 363 3 11¼
Lynn 564 17 9
Maiden 16 10 6
Milford 11 9
Milford 3 19 10¼
Minehead 396 5
Newcastle 3,482 3
Newhaven 10 6
Penryn 205 11
Penzance 13 2
Plymouth 84 13 9
Plymouth 694 19
Poole 82 12
Portsmouth 533 19
Poulton 0 0 10¼
Rochester 462 14
St. Ives 30 14 9
Sandwich 82 9 11½
Scarborough 69 13 10½
Southampton 236 10
Stockton 388 7
Sunderland 80 7
Swanzey 27 19
Swanzey 22 1
Truro 50 5
Wells 21 0
Weymouth 401 13 11
Whitby 14 4
Whitehaven 110 7
Yarmouth 629 13
20,744 2
171,335 16 10¾
interest on bonds 4 17 11
repayment of overpayment by the Collector of Berwick 1 6
overpayments by Collectors, detailed, within the time of this accompt 1,271 8
total charge and receipts £257,116 10
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Money paid to the Customs Cashier and accompted for by him in his cash accompt 181,464 16
Repayments of overpayment by Collectors detailed, as in the preceding year's accompt 777 3
Debentures paid by Collectors for re-export:
Sir John Shaw, Grand Receipt, London port 7,744 16
Barnstaple 7 0 11¾
Bristol 558 15
Cowes 422 13 1
Dartmouth 41 18 10½
Deal 9 4 0
Deal 8 2
Dover 1 4
Exeter 96 9
Hull 1 9
Liverpool 42 1 10½
Liverpool 3 16
Lyme 0 11 3
Lynn 4 3
Lynn 9 10
Newcastle 0 17
Plymouth 197 4 10
Weymouth 7 9
Whitehaven 5 3 7
9,169 13 3
payments by Collectors of ports, detailed for damaged and over-entered goods 317 4 6
money discharged by privy seal of 23 Dec. 1709 109 14
total payments and allowances £191,838 11
Remains 65,277l. 19s.d.
against which £ s. d.
Depending on Receivers and Collectors of ports, detailed at length, for money or bonds retained in their hands 65,277 19
Even and quit.
Declared 25 May 1715.