Declared Accounts
Customs, Coal

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'Declared Accounts: Customs, Coal', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 23: 1709 (1949), pp. CCCXL-CCCXLIV. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90773 Date accessed: 22 September 2014.


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Customs, Coal

CUSTOMS: COALS, CULME AND CYNDERS.
General Accompt exhibited by Robert Parsons, appointed 20 July 1725 Comptroller General of the Accompts of the Customs: to wit of the said Duties which commenced 15 May 1708 and terminated 29 Sept. 1710, as also of the 3s. per chaldron which commenced at Michaelmas 1710, and the 2s. per chaldron which commenced 8 March 1710–11 to Xmas 1713.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 635, ROLL 214.
Charge. £ s. d.
Coal Duties from 15 May 1708 to 29 Sept, 1710.
London port:
Richard Pierce, Receiver in London port 231,506 9 9
Henry Ferne, late Receiver General 185 9
Outports:
Aldeburgh 112 15 11¾
Arundel 58 13
Barnstaple 1,921 4 3
Beaumaris 457 1
Berwick 4 18
Boston 7,178 13 5
Bridgwater 3,598 2 6
Bridlington 467 7
Bridlington 819 3 3
Bristol 3 11 6
Bristol 188 14 0
Bydeford 1,380 8
Chichester 148 3
Colchester 3,191 7 9
Cowes 208 9 9
Dartmouth 99 15 3
Dartmouth 136 16 9
Deal 332 4
Deal 127 4 9
Deal 581 19
Deal 0 9 9
Dover 1,536 0
Exeter 1,145 8
Falmouth 700 9
Falmouth 210 8
Falmouth 12 11
Faversham 2,000 17 8
Fowey 5 15
Fowey 6 18 10¾
Gloucester 66 13
Gloucester 119 14
Gloucester 7 8
Gloucester 124 6 10½
Gweek 7 13
Harwich 225 9
Harwich 2,608 16 6
Hull 3,538 9
Ilfracombe 386 2
Ipswich 3,793 2
Ipswich 252 4
Lancaster 86 7 10
Leigh 392 14 11
Looe 24 2 11
Lyme 25 19
Lynn 1,348 6
Lynn 9,914 12 10¼
Maldon 2,447 13 0
Plymouth 41 1
Plymouth 9 10 11¼
Plymouth 59 17
Minehead 1,336 5
Newhaven 25 4
Padstow 1,090 19 9
Padstow 4 12 10½
Penryn 149 14
Penzance 37 6
Plymouth 237 3 10
Plymouth 185 1
Plymouth 1,065 8
Poole 177 16 6
Portsmouth 4,124 14 0
Poulton 5 14
Rochester 3,829 17
Rye 106 17 11¼
St. Ives 804 12
Sandwich 2,841 0
Sandwich 325 14
Sandwich 42 17 6
Scarborough 256 2
Scarborough 1,229 19
Shoreham 28 10 11¼
Shoreham 80 14
Southampton 1,735 18
Stockton 158 2 3
Swanzey 74 6
Swanzey 107 10 0
Truro 19 17
Truro 84 2
Wells 2,897 7 0
Weymouth 277 6
Whitby 3,656 3
Whitehaven 6 9
Woodbridge 201 8
Yarmouth 5,560 5
Yarmouth 19,068 4
344,143 15
the 3s. per chaldron on coals from Michaelmas 1710 to Xmas 1713:
London port 164,744 15
London port (Henry Ferne) 238 11
Outports:
Aberdovey 7 9
Aberdovey 8 1
Aldeburgh 501 19
Arundel 60 4 11
Arundel 36 11 10¾
Barnstaple 1,538 0 8
Beaumaris 370 0
Berwick 22 15 7
Blakeney and Cley 629 11
Boston 5,177 8 10¾
Bridgwater 1,276 14
Bridgwater 1,483 9 4
Bridlington 1,362 16
Bristol 152 9 7
Bideford 1,120 4
Cardiff 24 7 10½
Cardigan 11 6
Chepstow 33 12 8
Chichester 109 17
Colchester 2,186 11 11¼
Cowes 51 12 10¾
Cowes 179 5 11½
Dartmouth 188 11
Deal 9 7
Deal 117 12
Deal 500 10
Dover 1,131 15
Exeter 146 0
Exeter 10 16
Exeter 895 3
Falmouth 291 7
Faversham 1,320 0 10½
Fowey 17 7 6
Gloucester 193 3
Gweek 4 0 1
Harwich 1,916 17
Hull 2,885 8 11½
Ilfracombe 164 8 10¼
Ilfracombe 106 7 10¾
Ipswich 2,705 4
Lancaster 105 1 8
Leigh 296 12
Looe 22 14
Lyme 31 3
Lynn 14,756 14 4
Maldon 1,859 12 3
Milford 130 5 11½
Minehead 1,119 16 11¼
Newhaven 69 13 6
Padstow 76 17
Padstow 35 8 9
Penryn 124 12
Penzance 50 1
Plymouth 1,168 10 4
Poole 5 15 10
Poole 40 18 10½
Poole 166 0
Portsmouth 2,224 14
Poulton 16 19 9
Rochester 2,551 19
Rye 50 10 2
St. Ives 689 2
Sandwich 2,245 2 10¾
Scarborough 695 4 11
Scarborough 312 19
Scarborough 103 7
Scilly 18 5
Shoreham 4 0
Shoreham 49 5
Shoreham 74 10
Southampton 1,557 11
Southwold 345 18
Stockton 205 9
Swanzey 49 13 10¼
Truro 314 0 10¾
Wells 2,368 7
Weymouth 316 15
Whitby 2,415 15
Whitby 473 3 10½
Whitby 645 4 11
Whitehaven 5 6 3
Wisbeech 778 6
Woodbridge 823 4 11
Yarmouth 15,030 1 11¼
248,853 9
the 2s. per chaldron from 8 March 1710–11, the commencement of said Duty, to Xmas 1713.
London port:
(Richard Pierce, Receiver) 102,916 13 10½
(Henry Ferne) 124 8 10¾
Outports:
Aberdovey 5 0
Aberdovey 5 6
Aldeburgh 325 19
Arundel 31 9
Arundel 28 7 11
Barnstaple 875 8
Beaumaris 225 10 4
Berwick 12 17
Blakeney and Cley 419 14 2
Boston 3,238 5 10¼
Bridgwater 625 15 9
Bridgwater 989 0
Bridlington 826 8 4
Bristol 86 7 0
Bydeford 647 7
Cardiff 16 4 7
Cardigan 7 10 1
Chepstow 22 2
Chichester 70 11
Colchester 1,341 1 2
Cowes 11 17
Cowes 119 10
Dartmouth 113 16 11¾
Deal 78 8 4
Deal 333 13
Dover 710 16
Exeter 594 6 7
Falmouth 174 16 8
Faversham 850 7 11¾
Fowey 11 11 10¼
Gloucester 116 9 6
Gweek 2 13 5
Harwich 1,190 17
Hull 1,744 5
Ilfracombe 90 14
Ilfracombe 70 18
Ipswich 1,722 19
Lancaster 59 5
Leigh 197 14 11¾
Looe 15 3
Lyme 20 15 9
Lynn 9,202 3
Maldon 1,139 6 8
Milford 674 0 7
Minehead 674 7 5
Newhaven 44 12 2
Padstow 9 8
Padstow 356 18 11¼
Penryn 73 14
Penzance 28 16 10¼
Plymouth 656 19 0
Poole 27 6 0
Poole 110 13 9
Portsmouth 1,398 17
Poulton 11 6
Rochester 1,658 19
Rye 33 14
St. Ives 418 14
Sandwich 1,402 1
Scarborough 398 14 10¾
Scarborough 208 13
Scarborough 68 18
Scilley 12 3
Shoreham 32 17 2
Shoreham 49 14 7
Southampton 924 5
Southwold 230 11 11¾
Stockton 133 6
Swanzey 24 6 10½
Truro 198 6 4
Wells 1,437 1
Weymouth 194 9
Whitby 1,472 13
Whitby 315 9 3
Whitby 430 3
Whitehaven 3 10 10½
Wisbech 518 17
Woodbridge 530 0
Yarmouth 9,347 17 0
154,925 16
747,923 0
money overpaid on account of the abovesaid several Duties on Coals by several port Receivers and Collectors, detailed 1,890 13
total charge and receipts £749,813 13 10½
Discharge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Money paid to the Receiver General of Customs and accounted for by him in his Cash Account in the several successive years, detailed, from Xmas 1708 to Xmas 1719 and Xmas 1723:
on account of the above separate Duties 337,336 10 7
231,482 7
143,110 15
711,930 12
allowance to Receivers, detailed, for poundage and incidents 13,503 0
paid on Debentures for re-exports 1,204 0
total payments and allowances £726,637 13
Remains 23,176l. 0s.d.
whereof
Depending £ s. d.
on Receivers, detailed at length 23,176 0
Even and quit.
Declared 8 Jan. 1729–30.