Appendix of Accounts
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'Appendix of Accounts: Declared Accounts', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 18: 1703 (1936), pp. CXLVIII-CXCII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=93870 Date accessed: 27 November 2014.


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Declared Accounts

Declared Accounts : Customs 1702-3.
Audit Office, Bundle 777, Roll 933.
Henry Ferne, Receiver General And Cashier Of Customs.
General Account of the Customs, 26 December, 1702 to 25 December, 1703.
Declared 12 April, 1705.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Remains.
Bonds.
[being in Surplus 548l. 7s. 0d.] On arrears of Customs 12,515 11
On present Customs 100,517 16 11
On Additional Impositions 9,948 12
On arrears of new Subsidy which expired 1 February, 1699-1700 3,367 6 7
On New Subsidy which expired 8 March, 1701-2 16,408 5
On New Subsidy which commenced 8 March, 1701-2 49,752 7 2
192,190 0
Moneys imprested for services 575 0 0
Paid for a prize ship bought of John Brewer, Receiver General of Prizes 665 0 0
193,430 0
l. s. d.
Received from the Customs :
Arrears of Customs which determined 26 December, 1699 :
London port 259 10 11½
Lancaster port 70 10
Newcastle 390 8 10¼
Stockton 25 3
Whitehaven 224 0 10½
Whitehaven 43 19 0
1,013 13
Received of the growing Customs commencing 26 December, 1699 :
London port, grand receipt outwards 15,432 3
grand receipt inwards 199,910 3
grand receipt Wines 66,751 1 11
grand receipt Plantation Goods 104,876 0
Customs outwards on leather and interest 840 7
387,839 16 2
London outports :
Bristol 26,407 1
Bideford 1,351 17 6
Carlisle 729 0 0
Chester 1,456 11 9
Exeter 225 0 0
Falmouth 100 0 0
Liverpool 2,837 10
Lyme 16 0 0
Newcastle 1,872 4
Plymouth 133 2 0
Stockton 557 18
Sunderland 735 3 8
Whitehaven 2,788 2 9
Repaid Corn debentures 61 13 9
42,271 6
Carried forward £431,124 15 £193,430 0
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 431,124 15 193,430 0
l. s. d.
Received of the New Additional Impositions on Poundage Goods :
London port, grand receipt 23,893 1 11
Wines 1,232 0 2
Plantation Goods 3,188 11 3
Interest on bonds 2 3 10
28,316 17 2
Outports :
Barnstaple 300 0 0
Berwick 8 17 11½
Bristol 2,389 1 11
Bideford 154 4 1
Carlisle 11 4 10
Chester 526 1 7
Colchester 102 8
Exeter 370 0 0
Falmouth 905 0 0
Harwich 18 17 11½
Hull 1,010 9
Ipswich 12 0
Lancaster 40 0 0
Liverpool 254 15 0
Looe 5 7 10½
Lyme 8 0 0
Lynn 48 16 3
Minehead 65 0 0
Newcastle 452 15
Newhaven 20 0 0
Padstow 3 5
Penzance 23 15 10
Plymouth 2,158 17 4
Poole 471 0 0
Portsmouth 1,086 4 10½
Rochester 455 9 6
Sandwich 330 0 0
Southampton 1,878 19 10
Stockton 87 8 2
Sunderland 14 16
Whitby 6 17
Whitehaven 18 4 8
Yarmouth 473 9 2
13,717 7 7
Received of the second 25 per cent. on French Goods :
In London port, grand receipt 5,193 10
Wines 1,037 7 10
6,230 17 11½
In the Outports :
Barnstaple 6 19
Bristol 1,524 1 9
Chester 268 12
Colchester 207 16
Exeter 60 0 0
Liverpool 50 0 0
Looe 15 6 6
Lyme 70 13 5
Lynn 61 18
Newcastle 2 17 1
Carried forward £479,389 18 £193,430 0
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 479,389 18 193,430 0
l. s. d.
Newhaven 20 0 0
Padstow 4 17
Penryn 100 0 0
Penzance 48 13 2
Plymouth 34 4 7
Portsmouth 557 18 10¼
Rochester 319 2
Sandwich 65 5 10
Southampton 985 15
Weymouth 710 0 0
Whitehaven 4 5
Yarmouth 20 0 0
5,139 5
Received of the New Duty on Coals, etc., determined 14 May, 1703 :
London port 22,332 11
In the Outports :
Bristol 142 8 0
Bideford 655 10 9
Beaumaris 52 6
Berwick 4 11 10½
Boston 435 0 0
Bridgwater 864 0 0
Chichester 123 13
Colchester 507 2
Dover 550 0 0
Exeter 302 7
Falmouth 26 0 0
Harwich 202 19 8
Hull 755 11 3
Ipswich 599 7 10½
Lancaster 26 3 11¾
Lyme 4,042 3 11¼
Newhaven 23 19 3
Padstow 182 13
Penryn 70 0 0
Penzance 100 0 0
Plymouth 138 19 10¾
Portsmouth 443 4 3
Rochester 433 7 1
Sandwich 844 14
Southampton 209 3 8
Stockton 33 14
Whitby 770 14
Yarmouth 3,694 14
Gweek 111 13 6
16,346 4
Received out of the New Duties on Coals, commencing the 15th of May, 1703 :
In London port 51,438 10 5
In the Outports :
Barnstaple 185 0 0
Boston 1,204 15 5
Bridgwater 340 0 0
Bristol 24 14
Colchester 1,222 6
Exeter 63 9 7
Feversham 300 0 0
Harwich 277 8
Carried forward £574,646 9 £193,430 0
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 574,616 9 193,430 0
l. s. d.
Hull 1,061 6 10
Ipswich 1,122 18 11
Lyme 9 11
Lynn 1,861 11
Minehead 214 0 0
Newhaven 26 0 0
Penzance 179 10
Plymouth 244 5
Portsmouth 415 19
Rochester 504 1 7
Southampton 162 7 0
Stockton 125 0 0
Weymouth 100 0 0
Whitby 663 15
Yarmouth 3,167 7 11
Gloucester 300 0 0
13,775 9
Out of the Duty on Coals ended 17 May, 1696, at Sandwich 130 11 11¾
Received out of the several Duties on Cinders, ending 15 May, 1703 :
In the Outports :
Chichester 1 9 3
Harwich 4 11 3
Hull 137 2 0
Lancaster 0 9 9
Lyme 95 15 11
Stockton 0 8
Whitby 0 11
Yarmouth 559 14 11½
800 6
Out of the said Duty, commencing 15 May, 1703 :
London port 0 19 6
Lynn 100 0 0
Yarmouth 277 8
Whitby 4 5
382 12 10½
Received from the Duty on Coffee for the Transport Service :
Bristol port 43 19
Chester 1 16 0
Chichester 7 8 0
Dover 0 6 0
Harwich 4 10 0
Liverpool 55 0 0
Lyme 1 14 3
Newcastle 13 13 6
Plymouth 64 15 6
193 2 5
Received from the New Duty on Coffee :
London port 19,435 15 10
London port, Plantation Goods 3,732 9 0
Bristol 621 14 2
Exeter 55 0 0
Carried forward £589,928 12 £193,430 0
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 589,928 12 193,430 0
l. s. d.
Liverpool 79 1
Bideford 3 4 0
Newcastle 0 4
Plymouth 259 9 1
Weymouth 0 12 0
Yarmouth 90 0 0
24,277 10 3
Received from the Duty of Tonnage on French vessels :
London 9 0 0
Bristol 136 17 0
Chichester 9 0 0
Dover 10 0
Lynn 7 14
Plymouth 0 5 0
172 16 11½
ditto out of the Duty on English Tonnage :
Liverpool 3 11
Received out of the Duties on Scotch Linen :
London port 6,520 16 5
ditto on account of Plantation Goods 233 14 8
Barnstaple port 13 5
Berwick 337 3
Bristol 39 11
Carlisle 2,126 8 7
Chichester 0 3 6
Exeter 150 0 0
Hull 149 13 11
Lyme 15 16
Newcastle 21 16 4
Portsmouth 278 8
Southampton 2 5
9,889 3
Received from the Four and a Half per cent. Duty, commencing 8 March, 1701-2 5,241 8 3
Received on account of the Enumerated Duties from Foreign Plantations :
Samuel Lowman, collector in Pennsylvania 114 18 8
William Sharpe at Bridgetown in Barbados 488 17 3
Samuel Catchpole at Jamaica 170 4 0
Henry Carpenter at Nevis 135 8 1
909 8 0
Carried forward £630,125 10 £193,430 0
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 630,425 10 193,430 0
l. s. d.
Received out of the Duty on Leather :
at Berwick 4 13 1
at Liverpool 0 0
at Lyme 1 11 6
at Whitchaven 2 1
8 6
Received out of the Duty on Paper :
Liverpool 0 8
Newcastle 9 11
9 19 10
Received from the Additional Impost on India Wrought Silks :
Bristol port 0 5
Received out of the Duties of 15 per cent. on India wrought goods determining at Michaelmas, 1701 :
London 1,655 7 3
Out of the said Duty commencing Michaelmas, 1701 :
London 58,467 15
Bristol 4 11
Plymouth 2 5
60,126 19
Received out of the New Subsidy determining the 1st February, 1699 :
Bristol 410 10
Chichester 92 4
Newcastle 182 5
685 0
Out of the New Subsidy determining the 8th March, 1701-2 :
London 2,562 3 11
Bristol 1,727 0 0
Chichester 357 13 9
Dover 355 9
Liverpool 20 17 11¾
Looe 6 10 11¾
Lyme 8 8 6
Rochester 20 0 0
Whitehaven 248 2 4
2,044 2 11¼
Out of the said New Subsidy commencing 8th March, 1701-2 :
London Grand Receipt Inwards 148,639 11 4
do. Plantation Goods 35,341 1
do. do. Bonds 33,642 17
do. Wines and Wine bonds 42,206 5 2
259,829 15 9
Carried forward £955,692 1 £193,430 0
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 955,692 4 193,430 0
l. s. d.
Outports
Beaumaris 11 7
Berwick 234 4
Boston 255 6
Bridgwater 115 11
Bristol 27,604 13 9
Bideford 675 14 10
Carlisle 881 15 0
Chester 1,043 17
Colchester 326 6
Exeter 1,510 0 0
Falmouth 1,160 1
Harwich 54 5 7
Hull 3,326 9
Ipswich 115 3
Lancaster 165 0 0
Liverpool 3,282 13
Looe 4 17 11½
Lyme 626 13 10¼
Lynn 1,471 18
Newcastle 1,571 4 10¼
Newhaven 60 0 0
Padstow 3 2
Penryn 50 0 0
Penzance 40 10
Plymouth 2,847 12 10¼
Poole 200 0 0
Portsmouth 1,595 18 3
Rochester 594 4 6
Sandwich 120 0 0
Southampton 1,399 2 11
Stockton 174 14 11½
Sunderland 42 16
Weymouth 900 0 0
Whitby 334 17
Yarmouth 2,085 7 9
55,888 13 8
Received out of the Coinage Duty :
London port, on Wines 4,751 10 8
London port, on brandy and mum 314 5 9
5,065 16 5
Boston 20 0 0
Bridgwater 8 0 0
Bristol 419 1
Bideford 44 3
Chester 86 18 11½
Chichester 91 4
Colchester 5 6 4
Dover 269 19
Exeter 38 0 0
Falmouth 74 0 0
Harwich 0 3 4
Hull 125 8 10¼
Ipswich 0 1 8
Liverpool 32 6 10¾
Looe 0 2 6
Lyme 8 7 10
Lynn 319 14 0
Minehead 30 0 0
Carried forward £1,016,616 11 £193,430 0
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 1,016,646 14 193,130 0
l. s. d.
Newcastle 18 5
Penzance 1 1 2
Plymouth 151 16
Portsmouth 87 0
Southampton 236 16
Whitehaven 1 3
2,069 4
Received from the New Duty of 5 per cent. on Goods from the East Indies :
London 10,671 2
Total Customs receipts 1,029,387 1 10½
Transport Debentures received by way of Composition in lieu of several bonds delivered up and cancelled for arrears of Customs 1,429 14
Total charge £1,224,246 17
Discharge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Surplusage 518 7 0
Salaries. Commissioners and officers :
London port 24,384 12 1
Patent officers, London port 6,580 5 0
Patent officers, outports 1,793 9 7
Annual and incidental payments and allowances 2,700 4 3
ditto out of the New Duties 15,282 0
Salaries to Customs officers in the Plantations 2,073 16 0
Incidents :
London port 33,175 15
85,990 2 7
Allowances on damaged goods, debentures for goods exported and portage money 280,787 1
Bonds delivered up and cancelled 6,515 18 1
Payments by Lord Treasurer's warrant 918 4 0
Payments into the Exchequer :
For Customs determining 25 December, 1699 3,503 17 8
For Customs commencing 26 December, 1699 240,444 1 1
For new and additional Impositions 38,542 11
For the second 25 per cent. on French Goods 11,286 3
For the Duties on Coals and Culm (1695) 130 11 0
For ditto ending the 24th of May, 1703 36,414 7
For ditto commencing 24 May, 1703 64,912 14 5
For the Duties on Cinders before 14 May, 1703 800 6
For ditto after 14 May, 1703 382 12 11
For the New Duties on Coffee, Tea, etc., commencing 10 May, 1701 21,960 14
For the Tonnage Duties on French and English Ships 176 8
For the Duties on Scotch Linen, etc. 9,765 13
For the Duty of 4½ per cent. commencing 8 March, 1701-2 4,092 9 5
Carried forward £432,412 11 £374,759 12 11¼
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 432,412 11 374,759 12 11¼
For the Enumerated Duties from Foreign Plantations from 8 March, 1701-2 909 8 0
For the Duties on Leather 8 6
For the Duties on Paper 9 19 10
For the Additional Impost on India wrought silks 0 5 9
For the Duties of 15 per cent. on Muslins since Michaelmas, 1701 36,644 19 1
For the New Subsidies before 1 Feb., 1699 13 0
For ditto before 8 March, 1701-2 2,869 7 5
For ditto since 8 March, 1701-2 261,153 1
For the Coinage Duty 6,791 5
740,842 4
Allowance on discharge of imprest on John Brewer, Treasurer of Prizes 665 0 0
£1,116,266 17
l. s. d.
Remains 107,979 19
Whereof.
l. s. d.
Bonds remaining in this accomptant's hands 104,231 15
Transport debentures remaining in this accomptant's hands 1,357 3
Imprests depending in the account of John Knight, late Receiver General of Customs from Michaelmas, 1696 to 23 October, 1697 475 0 0
ditto in the account of Richard Hutchinson, late Receiver General of Customs 100 0 0
Total of supers £106,163 19 3
Remains £1,816 0
Declared 12 April, 1705.
Declared Accounts : Customs 1702-3
Tobacco and Sugars.
25 December, 1702 to 25 December, 1703.
(Declared Accounts, Pipe 1230, roll perished down the right hand side and thus lacking the totals or outside figures.
Declared Accounts, Audit Bundle 777, roll 934, roll perished down both left hand and right hand margins but in great measure still preserving the totals or outside figures on the right hand side.)
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Arrears : Remains nil (because in surplus on previous year's account).
Arrears : Bonds in his hands at foot of last accompt 296,534 18 10½
Receipts :
For the New Imposition which determined at Michaelmas, 1701
London port 1,089 10
Bristol 4,540 7
Dover 61 10
Exeter 5 0 0
Lancaster 188 14
Liverpool 186 15 6
Stockton 495 0
Whitehaven 1,950 8 6
8,517 7
For the New Imposition which commenced at Michaelmas, 1701 :
London port 158,428 18 1
Barnstaple 450 0 0
Bridgwater 369 9
Bristol 25,892 0
Bideford 465 12 0
Chester 298 6 9
Cowes 50 0 0
Dover 2 14 10
Exeter 175 0 0
Falmouth 311 0 0
Lancaster 329 13
Liverpool 6,051 9 8
Lyme 1,460 13
Penryn 350 0 0
Penzance 11 0
Plymouth 2,578 18 7
Portsmouth 33 6 9
Stockton 628 17
Weymouth 1,890 0 0
Whitchaven 140 0 0
199,917 0 11
Total charge £504,969 6
Total for New Impositions, 208,534l. 7s. 11d.
Discharge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Surplusage on last account 100 0
Repayments on Debentures on re-exports 182,525 11 7
Repayments to merchants for damaged and defective tobacco 17,897 14 9
Salaries to Auditors, Clerks and Accountants 350 0 0
Payments into the Exchequer :
Out of the New Impositions which determined at Michaelmas, 1701 14,579 2 7
Out of the New Impositions which commenced at Michaelmas, 1701 89,827 18 9
104,407 1 4
Total Payments and Allowances £305,280 8
l. s. d.
And so remains 199,688 18
Whereof.
l. s. d.
Payable on bonds in this accomptant's custody 199,813 19
Surplusage £125 0
Declared 10 March, 1704-5.
Wines and Vinegar.
25 December, 1702 to 25 December, 1703.
Declared Account (Pipe) Roll 1165.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Remains :
Nil : being in surplusage bonds in his hands 159,527 5
Receipts :
From the New Imposition which determined at Michaelmas, 1701 :
London port, bonds and interest 452 15 4
Bridgwater 10 17 6
Bristol 2,660 0 0
Chester 142 12 8
Lancaster 117 15
Lynn 934 15
Newcastle 150 12 10¾
Poole 32 7
Whitehaven 17 3
4,518 19
From the New Imposition which commenced at Michaelmas, 1701 :
London 91,923 14
Boston 599 19 8
Bridgwater 58 16 6
Bristol 4,204 0 0
Bideford 676 10 7
Chester 874 14
Colchester 70 5 3
Cowes 150 0 0
Exeter 400 0 0
Falmouth 1,485 16 0
Harwich 3 1
Hull 2,145 3 11¾
Ipswich 1 10
Liverpool 92 10 11
Looe 1 10 9
Lyme 90 0 0
Lynn 1,331 11
Newcastle 580 0 11½
Newhaven 20 0 0
Penzance 14 8
Plymouth 1,672 14 6
Poole 100 0 0
Portsmouth 735 16
Sandwich 300 0 0
Southampton 3,316 2 9
Stockton 10 10
Weymouth 150 0 0
110,609 0
Transport debentures received by this accomptant, with interest thereon 4,463 12 11¼
Total charge £279,118 18
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage on last account 100 0
Repayments for decayed and defective wines 5,932 9 7
Fees and salaries to the Auditor and others 75 0 0
Bonds delivered up and cancelled by order of the Treasury Lords 21,252 0
Payments by Treasury warrants 4,441 19 8
Arthur Shallet, James Taylor, Gideon Benoist, Peter Lynche, Thomas Stev- enson, William Smith, Robert Hunter.
Paid into the Exchequer :
For the New Imposition on Wines, which determined at Michaelmas, 1701 56,161 11
For the New Imposition on Wines, which commenced at Michaelmas, 1701 112,047 8
Total discharge £200,010 9 11½
l. s. d.
Remains 79,108 8
Whereof.
l. s. d.
Bonds remaining in this accomptant's hands 74,990 6
Transport debentures remaining in his hands 4,243 3
79,233 9
And so this accomptant is in surplusage £125 1 0
Declared 10 March, 1704-5.
Silks and Linens.
26 December, 1702 to 26 December, 1703.
Declared Accounts (Pipe) Roll 1197.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Arrears :
Remains, nil (being in surplusage).
Receipts :
Out of the New Impositions which determined at Michaelmas, 1701
London 489 5 1
Bideford 20 0 0
Lancaster 16 14 0
Lynn 20 19 5
Minehead 278 15 5
Whitehaven 2 3
922 17
Out of the Impositions on Silks, etc., which commenced at Michaelmas, 1701 :
London 209,863 2 9
Bristol 6,382 0 6
Bideford 759 4 1
Berwick 204 8
Barnstaple 50 0 0
Boston 110 2 0
Beaumaris 13 4
Carlisle 748 1 0
Chester 177 18
Carried forward £922 17
l. s. d.
Brought forward 922 17
Colchester 109 9
Exeter 1,083 14
Falmouth 500 0 0
Hull 3,714 9 11
Harwich 97 11 11¾
Ipswich 129 2 7
Liverpool 20 1 0
Lynn 1,247 17
Lyme 80 0 0
Looe 4 18
Newcastle 3,350 16 3
Newhaven 60 0 0
Plymouth 879 3
Portsmouth 1,236 15 11¾
Poole 60 0 0
Penzance 65 17
Penryn 50 0 0
Rochester 843 9 11
Stockton 281 18
Southampton 240 16 0
Sunderland 58 17
Sandwich 97 0 0
Whitby 128 13
Whitehaven 20 4 10½
Yarmouth 1,423 6 10¾
235,092 5
Total charge £236,015 3 1
Discharge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Surplusage on last account 100 0
Repayments on goods exported 42,474 4
Repayments for damaged goods and over entries 599 14 6
Fees, etc., to the Auditors and others 75 0 0
Moneys paid into the Exchequer :
For the Impositions which determined at Michaelmas, 1701 121 14
For the Impositions which commenced at Michaelmas, 1701 192,769 10
192,891 4 8
Total discharge £236,140 4 2
Surplusage £125 1 1
Declared 10 March, 1704-5.
Declared Accounts : Excise 1702-3.
General Account.
Audit Office, Bundle 1076, Roll 712.
Account of the Commissioners and Governors of Excise, from 24 June. 1702 to 24 June, 1703.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Remains : on these accomptants 115,230 5
Arrears :
Due from brewers, victuallers and retailers in England and Wales 44,894 11
Ditto in London 39,848 13
Due from former Collectors in the Country 24,443 4
On Country bills on the Navy Treasurer 446 10 1
From Collectors in London 2,364 5
From present Collectors in the Country 12,195 6
39,449 6
From Collectors of Excise on imported liquors in the outports 1,417 15
From several noblemen and others for money taken up in the late Revolution [of 1688] from several Collectors of Excise 18,702 12
Moneys for incidentes imprested to these accomptants by their Cashier 500 0 0
Balance of the Queen's part of the profits of Fines and Penalties on brewers 110 7 11
Gross Produce of the Excise in the abovesaid year in the several Country Collections :
Bedford 16,457 3
Bristol 28,901 19
Cambridge 22,292 15 8
Canterbury 33,781 18
Chester 15,405 4
Cornwall 14,393 8
Cumberland 6,185 19 6
Derby 17,566 7
Dorset 13,750 19 3
Durham 23,579 0
Essex 21,386 3
Exeter 30,849 2
Gloucester 16,679 15
Grantham 15,308 15
Hants 23,983 9
Hereford 10,706 0
Hertford 24,827 5
Lancaster 18,580 8
Leeds 23,522 15 4
Lincoln 12,134 14
Lichfield 17,965 15
Northampton 18,297 7
Northumberland 5,182 13
Norwich 35,886 16
Oxford 16,418 4
Reading 20,275 6
Richmond 9,784 15
Salop 11,413 2 10½
Sheffield 14,548 16 5
Suffolk 22,182 2
Surrey 24,976 19 9
Sussex 11,889 11
Taunton 19,432 11
Tiverton 12,477 5
Carried forward £175,410 7
l. s. d.
Brought forward 175,410 7
l. s. d.
Wales, East 9,414 10 11¾
" Middle 6,435 3
" North 7,981 15
" West 4,931 12
Westmorland 6,832 1 10¾
Isle of Wight 2,066 10
Worcester 20,859 10 6
York 17,524 3 8
1,016,123 19
In London :
For Beer and Ale 275,042 12 9
For Imported liquors 4,751 16
For strong waters at 2d. per gallon 7,810 3 0
For spirits from Wine or Cider imported 73 7 0
For Low Wines 12,594 16 11
For Cider 1,798 16
For Mead 126 18 9
302,108 11 10¾
In the Outports :
The whole produce of the Excise of Imported liquors 6,855 2 7
Whole Produce of the Excise 1,016,123 19
l. s. d.
The aforesaid total sums becoming due and payable for the said revenue of Excise [under the heads so follows] that is to say
for the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 507,310 18 11
For the 9d. granted for 99 years from 25 January, 1692-3 162,802 2 8
For the Lottery 9d. commencing from 17 May, 1697 166,997 15 7
for the Bank 9d. commencing from 17 May, 1697 162,793 2
For the [appropriations on the] Duty on Low Wines 15,666 9 10
For the [appropriations on the 2d. per gallon on brandy 33 15
For the Duty on fines received from the Country 340 2
Ditto from the outports 179 12
1,016,123 19
Over balances paid into the Excise Office in London by collectors of outports, detailed, and of country districts, detailed, and to be credited to the said Collectors and hereby charged on the Excise Commissioners 792 1
Items of moneys received for account of previous years, etc. 234 18
Total charge £1,277,304 11
Discharge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
The Queen's part of Fines and Penalties for the year ended 24 June, 1702 and accounted for in the cash of the present, year 110 7 11
Salaries and charges of officers and allowances including 2,175l. 15s. 10½d. for exports and overcharges 85,914 14
Carried forward £86,025 2
l. s. d.
Brought forward 86,025 2
Ready money received and particularly accounted for in a particular and distinct accompt under the hands and oaths of four of the Commissioners [being the Cash account] 936,995 16
Total discharge £1,023,020 19 1
l. s. d.
Remains 254,283 12
Whereof.
the nett money remaining unaccompted for 111,161 15 10¼
Arrears depending on Victuallers and retailers in the Country 47,219 16 5
Ditto in London 42,259 16
Money and bills in the hands of Collectors, detailed 34,439 10
Depending upon noblemen and others for money taken up at the Revolution [of 1688] 18,702 12
Imprest for incidents of the Excise 500 0 0
£254,283 12
Declared 6 March, 1706.
Commissioners of Excise : Cash Account, 24 June, 1702 to 24 June, 1703.
Audit Office, Bundle 907, Roll 69.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Arrears as at the foot of the Cash accompt for the preceding year 1701-2 tally as on p. DXVI of Introduction to Treasury Calendar Vol. XI—XVII 25,920 19
Supers depending 54,829 18
Received out of the revenue of Excise for the Hereditary and Temporary Excise :
1702, September 29 quarter 116,313 8
1702, December 25 quarter 112,951 2
1703, March 25 quarter 111,029 17 1
1703, June 24 quarter 120,343 15 9
460,738 3
Additional 9d. for 99 years :
1702, September 29 quarter 37,827 16
1702, December 25 quarter 36,258 6
1703, March 25 quarter 35,844 10
1703, June 24 quarter 38,704 1
148,634 14
Additional or Lottery 9d.
1702, September 29 quarter 38,427 8
1702, December 25 quarter 36,954 7
1703, March 25 quarter 36,415 0
1703, June 24 quarter 40,289 8
152,086 4 11¼
Additional or Bank of England 9d.
1702, September 29 quarter 37,827 16
1702, December 25 quarter 36,258 4 6
1703, March 25 quarter 35,842 16
1703, June 24 quarter 38,704 0 1
148,632 16
Carried forward £990,842 18 0
l. s. d.
Brought forward 990,842 18 0
Low Wines and Sweets :
1702, September 29 quarter 2,193 10 9
1702, December 25 quarter 2,263 13
1703, March 25 quarter 2,849 7 4
1703, June 24 quarter 4,183 3
11,489 14 10
Additional 9d. and Double 9d. : 25 March, 1703 quarter 3 5
Sweets Duty commencing 10 May, 1699 :
1702, September 29 quarter 392 9
1702, December 25 quarter 320 14
1703, March 25 quarter 292 7
1703, June 24 quarter 263 17 8
1,269 9 1
Part of London brewers fines and penalties 110 7 11
Total charge £1,003,615 14 10¼
Discharge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Salaries of Commissioners and Grand Office of Excise 22,430 4
Repairs and incidents 3,777 17
Paid to Katherine, Queen Dowager 15,262 3 11½
Paid to Sir Benjamin for the Prince of Denmark 7,500 0 0
Paid to Edward Nicholas for said Prince 18,750 0 0
Paid to Charles Dartiquenave for the Duke of Northumberland 3,750 0 0
Paid for beer, cider and English aqua vitae exported 1,900 2 10¾
Paid on warrants from the Lord Treasurer 2,599 9 0
Paid into the Exchequer out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 407,752 8
Ditto out of the Additional 9d. for 99 years 146,198 5 8
Ditto out of the Lottery 9d. 149,734 5 3
Ditto out of the Bank 9d. 146,196 8 3
Ditto out of Low Wines 11,030 18 5
936,995 16
Ready money particularly accompted for 1,269 9 1
Total discharge £938,265 5
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Remains 65,350 9 5
Whereof.
Depending on Sub-Commissioners before 25 December, 1660 14,095 18 1
Sundry late Farmers at or before 25 March, 1658 17,196 16 0
Sundry collectors before 25 December, 1660 1,312 12
32,605 6
Excise Commissioners in 1661 and 1662 4,053 6 5
Excise Farmers at Michaelmas, 1665, Midsummer, 1668 and Midsummer, 1674 16,884 1 11½
The late Commissioners for so much paid without warrant 1,287 3 11½
22,224 12 4
l. s. d.
Remains depending upon the present accomptants 10,520 10
L. E. Russell tally 197 1 0
Incidents imprest 500 0 0
Hereditary and Temporary 5,062 7 8
21d. and 30d. 0 0 2
Additional and Double 9d. 0 0
Brandy 0 0
9d. for 99 years 1,572 8 11½
Lottery 9d. 1,572 8
Bank 9d. 1,572 8
Low Wines 43 17 5
Declared 26 December, 1705.
Excise Commissioners.
Malt Duty (General Account).
Audit Office, Bundle 1076, Roll 713.
From 24 June, 1702 to 24 June, 1703.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Remains :
On Maltsters 19,603 4
On Collectors 5,625 16 11½
Imprest to Excise Cashier for incidents of the Malt Duty 1,000 0 0
Balance of last Cash accompt 21,896 11 10¾
Receipts anno 1702-3 on account of anno 1701-2 120,865 19
168,991 12
Produce : In the Country 1702-3.
Malt at 6d. per bushel 688,097 14 11
Cider at 4s. per hogshead 8,880 6 11
Mum at 10s. per barrel 1 0 0
Compositions 2,084 18 10½
Fines 929 18 5
Surcharges 41 0 10½
Interest on bills of exchange 34 5
700,070 9 10½
In London.
Malt at 6d. per bushel 1,394 11
Cider 1,142 1
English Mum 41 2 6
Interest on bonds 1 4
2,578 19 10¾
Mum imported in London port 491 10 0
Ditto in outports 80 19 4
Cider imported in outports 1 1 0
573 10 4
Collectors' overbalances for which they are to have credit in next year's account 191 1 6
Total charge £872,405 14
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Salaries and charges of officers 19,682 14
Incidents 1,624 15
Discount allowed and debentures on Malt exported 25,831 8 0
Payments in a separate and particular accompt [the Cash account] 589,286 6
Total discharge £636,439 16
l. s. d.
Remains 235,965 18
Whereof.
In arrear on Maltsters, Collectors, etc. 52,771 1
Resting on these accomptants 183,194 11
Declared 21 May, 1708.
Malt Duty.
Audit Office, Bundle 907, Roll 70.
Cash Account, 24 June, 1702 to 24 June, 1703.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Remains :
Cash imprested to Thomas Hall, Cashier of Excise for incidents 1,000 0 0
On the Excise Commissioners 21,896 11 10¾
Received out of the Malt Duty 573,360 17 7
Total charge £596,257 9
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Salaries of Malt officers 5,086 12 10
Tradesmen, artificers, etc. 1,253 12
Payments by Lord Treasurer's warrants 198 6 8
Payments on tallies of pro (after satisfaction of 600,000l. principal) :
To Earl of Ranelagh, Paymaster of the Forces 56,521 3 0
ditto for interest 1,493 8 2
To Charles Bertie, Treasurer of the Ordnance 30,000 0 0
To Earl of Ranelagh on account of 29,589l. 8s. 9½ 12,465 16
Paid into the Exchequer 486,573 6 1
Total discharge £589,286 6
l. s. d.
Remains 6,971 2 11
Whereof.
Depending on Thomas Hall, Excise Cashier, imprest for incidents 1,000 0 0
On the Excise Commissioners 5,971 2 11
£6,971 2 11
Declared 29 March, 1705.
Salt Duty.
Audit Office, Bundle 2090, Roll 108.
General Account : Salt Commissioners, 25 March, 1702 to 25 March, 1703.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears as at foot of last account 117,289 17
Received for the Duties on Salt made in England 332,800 14
Received for foreign salt imported at the several ports, detailed 34,639 3 10½
Overpaid by Collectors 282 5
Overbalance paid 4 8
Money paid to accounts Collectors and repaid at the Salt Office 1,150 0 0
Total charge £486,166 9 8
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Money accompted for already in the Cash accompt for this year 220,151 17
Overpaid by Collectors in the preceding year 772 3
Salaries of Collectors, Supervisors, etc., detailed 7,080 5
Poundage allowed to Collectors 646 13
Incidents 2,494 16
Taxes on officers salaries 533 18 11
Riding and travelling charges 263 8
Discount for prompt payment 12,025 0 11¾
Repayments for salt and fish exported 92,084 4
Allowances for rock salt refined 10,937 1 7
Allowances for salt taken or lost at sea 1,408 8
Allowance for salt overentered 479 19
Bonds discharged by Act of Parliament 1,328 6 8
Bonds discharged upon Compositions with the Lord Treasurer 9,342 1 0
Total discharge £389,548 8
l. s. d.
Remains 96,618 1
Whereof.
Due from salt proprietors, refiners, etc., detailed, for Salt Duty due at Lady day, 1703 21,676 4
ditto from sundry collectors, detailed 46,327 5
From Thomas Hall, late cashier to the Salt Commissioners 0 5 11¾
From these accomptants 28,611 5
£96,618 1
Quit.
Declared 11 February, 1709-10.
Salt Duty.
Pipe Office, Roll 2856.
Cash Account, 25 March, 1702 to 25 March, 1703.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Remains 3,027 18
Received from Salt Duties 220,553 17
Total charge £223,581 15
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Salaries 2,517 1 10¾
Incidents 4,418 6 10
Repaid on debentures for fish and salt exported 27,286 13
Auditor's fee 280 0 0
Paid into the Exchequer :
Out of the Old Duty commencing 25 March, 1694 56,294 18 1
Out of the Additional Duty determining 25 December, 1699 665 6
Out of the East India Fund commencing 25 December, 1699 128,689 10 3
Total discharge £220,151 17
Remains 3,429l. 17s. 10½d.
Declared 11 February, 1711-12.
Declared Accounts : Excise 1702-3 : Post Office 1702-3.
Leather Duty (Arrears).
8/9 Wm. III, for 3 years from 20 April, 1697.
Audit Office, Bundle 907, Roll 72.
Excise Commissioners Arrears, 24 June, 1701 to 24 June, 1703.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Remains : on these accomptants 12 1
Received from the said Duty :
1701, September 29 quarter 293 0
1701, Xmas quarter 37 1
1702, Lady day quarter 23 16 11
1702, June 24 quarter 105 17 11½
1702, September 29 quarter 62 12 1
1702, Xmas quarter 52 2
1703, Lady day quarter 123 0
1703, June 24 quarter 100 0 0
797 11
Total charge £810 1
Discharge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Salaries 45 0 0
Allowance 12 0 0
Debenture for leather exported 61 6 10¾
Ready money paid into the Receipt :
On account of year ending Midsummer, 1702 356 2
On account of year ending Midsummer, 1703 335 2
810 1
Total discharge £810 1
Remains 1½d.
Declared 29 March, 1705.
Declared Accounts : Post Office 1702-3.
Post Office.
Stephen Lilly, Receiver General of the Post Office Revenue.
Pipe Office, Roll 2775.
26 March 1702 to 25 March 1703.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Remains :
Nil, being even and quit on his last account.
Depending : On several persons at Lady day, 1685 2,125 6 0
On several Postmasters in the last account General Post Office 43,547 7 4
Ditto Penny Post 1,844 5
17,546 18
Carried forward £47,516 18
l. s. d.
Brought forward 17,516 18
Revenue and profits of the General Post Office :
Letters brought in by the Mails 16,726 1 7
the Foreign Office 438 11 3
Received from Godbolt Muilman for the the Amsterdam packet 1,225 17 0
Received of John Mackey for the Dover packet 135 1 0
Received of William Browne, of Lisbon, for the Portugal letters 545 14 0
Letters taken in at the window 1,788 18 5
Money received by the Letter Receivers 727 11 1
the Letter Carriers' charge, received from the Stages 46,191 6 8
Postmasters' charge for letters sent them in the Roads 51,334 1 5
Ditto in the Cross Roads 1,161 0 3
Farm Contracts from several county Farmers : 130l., Rye ; 1,450l., Yorks. ; 1,550l., Bucks. ; 200l., St. Neots ; 350l., Thetford ; 400l., Havering ; 332l. 10s. 0d., Kent ; 1,500l. Chichester ; 1,500l. Edgworth 7,012 10 0
Ditto for Carriers : 5l., Ashby de la Zouch ; 10l., Halstead ; 10l., Luton 25 0 0
Farm of way letters 803 10 0
Total of Inland Office 110,279 11 7
Revenue of Irish Office 16,008 14 3
Revenue of the Penny Post 4,174 7 8
Total charge £197,050 17
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Balance [surplusage] of previous account 3,330 0 7
Abatements out of the General Charge and produce abovesaid (on foreign letters forwarded, foreign letters containing bills of exchange, etc., etc.) 29,286 13 6
Salaries 15,684 6 5
Officers' taxes repaid 447 10 0
l. s. d.
Pensions by Treasury warrant :
Prince George of Denmark 8,250 0 0
Earl of Rochester 4,000 0 0
Duke of Leeds 3,500 0 0
Duke of Schomberg 4,000 0 0
Sir Nathan Wright, Lord Keeper 4,000 0 0
Earl of Rochford 1,000 0 0
Sam Johnson 300 0 0
Titus Oates 300 0 0
William Brockett 400 0 0
Cha. Osborne 200 0 0
Guy Palmes 500 0 0
Duchess of Cleveland 5,875 0 0
32,325 0 0
James de Cardonnell, Court Post 365 0 0
Charge of expresses 1,109 11 0
Charge of Harwich, Dover and Lisbon pacquets 6,908 16 10
Incidents 2,549 9 6
Divers expenses 2,149 6 10
Payments, detailed, into the Exchequer 41,186 9 0
Salaries, etc. of the Penny Post 2,896 13 1
Total discharge £147,201 12 4
l. s. d.
Remains 49,849 4
To which is to be added overpays 3,397 9 9
Total remains £53,246 14
l. s. d.
Against which : money remaining in Postmasters' hands, detailed 49,027 14 8
Ditto in hands of Penny Post Letter Receivers, detailed 1,421 19
Arrears due at Lady day, 1685 2,125 6 0
Depending upon several persons, detailed 671 14 1
£53,246 14
Even and quit.
Declared 6 April, 1706.
Declared Accounts : Stamp Duties 1702-3.
Stamp Duties.
Thomas Pennymax, Receiver General of the Duties on Vellum, Parchment and Paper.
Audit Office, Bundle 2134, Roll S.
1 August, 1702 to 1 August, 1703.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Arrears : Remains 2,918 15
Receipts of the said Duties continued to 1 August, 1706 :
Arrears for the first 4 years thereof 216 11
Stamps impressed at the Head Office 29,910 6 11
Of several Distributors 19,338 1
Of the Registers of the Universities 144 0 3
Of law officers and others for entries 87 13 6
Owing on bonds for Stamps 75 0 0
49,555 2
Of the Additional Duties granted to his late Majesty and his heirs and successors :
For Stamps made out at the Head Office for ready money 27,299 9 1
Of several Distributors 15,676 2
Of law officers and others for entries 87 13 6
Money due on bonds for stamps 145 0 0
43,208 5
£95,029 1 5
Discharge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Salaries to the Commissioners and Officers 4,990 0 0
Office rent 160 0 0
Paper and parchment bought into the Stamp Office 2,754 1 6
Incidents 696 15 10½
Officers' taxes repaid 318 15 0
Discount for prompt payment 933 11 11
Porterage of money to the Exchequer, fees on tallies, etc. 35 8 8
9,888 12 11½
Paid into the Exchequer :
On account of the arrears of the first 4 years' tax 279 11 10½
On account of the Continued Duties 41,906 13 3
On account of the Additional Duties 43,904 0
86,090 8 6
Total £95,979 1
Surplusage 50l. 0s. 0½d.
Declared 27 April, 1704.
Declared Accounts : Wine Licences 1702-3.
Pipe Office, Roll 3181.
Commissioners (Nicholas Fenn, Thomas Lake, John Harwood, Robert Lowndes, Thomas Goodall, Commissioners and Agents for Wine Licences.)
For one year ended at Xmas, 1703.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Remains :
Nil : these accomptants being in surplusage on their first preceding accompt.
Arrears :
Depending in supers on several persons for rents of their licences 5,921 16 3
The produce of the revenue of Wine Licences in the abovesaid year ending Xmas, 1703 6,281 12 6
Total charge £12,206 8 9
Discharge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Surplusage on preceding accompt 300 0 8
These accomptants' salaries 1,000 0 0
Comptroller's revenue 200 0 0
Salaries of officers and incidents 757 3 3
2,007 3 3
Paid into the Exchequer 3,700 0 0
Total £6,007 3 11
l. s. d.
Remains 6,199 4 10
Whereof.
Depending in super upon a long list, detailed, of persons [Vintners etc.] in the various towns and places throughout England and Wales for licences and agreements for the said year 5,331 10 4
Ditto for successive preceding years as far back as 1696 923 5 0
Total supers £6,254 15 4
Surplusage 55l. 10s. 6d.
Declared 26 July, 1705.
Declared Accounts : Hackney And Stage Coaches 1702-3.
Pipe Office, Roll 1579.
Edward Wharton, Receiver General of money arising by licences of Hackney and Stage Coaches.
For one year ended at Midsummer, 1703.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Remains 142 0 7
Arrear depending on Hackney and Stage Coachmen 722 0 0
Licence rents of 700 coachmen and the Queen's moieties of forfeitures for driving without licence or taking more than 10s. per diem for coach hire 2,822 5 0
£3,706 5 7
Discharge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Salary to Commissioners and officers 830 0 0
Office rent to Mrs. Rebecca Ingram 38 0 0
Incidents 259 0 6
1,230 15 6
Paid into the Exchequer 1,600 0 0
£2,830 15 6
l. s. d.
Remains 875 10 1
Whereof.
Resting on several Hackney and Stage Coachmen 722 0 0
Remains £153 10 1
Declared 11 December, 1703.
Declared Accounts : Hawkers and Pedlars 1702-3.
(Samuel Atkinson, John Henley and Michael East, Commissioners for Licensing Hawkers, Pedlars and Petty Chapmen.)
Pipe Account 1728.
24 June, 1702 to 24 June, 1703.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Remains 106 13
Supers depending, detailed, from 1698 onwards 1,401 17 0
Money arising by licences of Hawkers and Pedlars 6,638 8 0
8,146 18
Total £8,146 18
Discharge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Salaries to the Commissioners and others 959 19 9
Allowances for prompt payments 304 16 0
Incidents 373 18 4
1,648 14 1
Money paid into the Exchequer 4,939 0 0
Total £6,577 8 1
l. s. d.
Remains 1,569 4
Against which depending in super 1,323 14 0
Remains £245 10
Declared 22 January, 1705-6.
Declared Accounts : Hanaper 1702-3.
Audit Office, Bundle 1394, Roll 239.
Edward Seymour, Keeper or Clerk of the Hanaper.
Michaelmas, 1702 to Michaelmas, 1703.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears :
Depending on several persons 368 1 3
On this accomptant 506 13 3
Receipts for charters of grants, etc. 374 3 0
Receipts for fines of briefs, etc. 19 10 5
Farm of the profits of King's Bench and Common Bench seal 1,653 14 0
Farm of the profits of Fines for Concord 1,546 12 0
Farm of the Sixpenny Writs 1,000 0 0
Total charge £5,468 13 11
Discharge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Payments by patent : to Nathan Wright, Keeper of the Great Seal 1,096 19 0
ditto John Trevor, Master of the Rolls 82 8 0
ditto George Wright, Clerk of the Crown in Chancery 60 0 0
ditto this accomptant 98 1
ditto Jonathan Gorstelow Snow, Prothonotary in Chancery for himself and Charles Snow 100 0 0
ditto Mathew Johnson, Clerk of Parliament 40 0 0
ditto Peter Persehouse, Serjeant at Arms 26 11 0
ditto the Auditors 10 0 0
ditto John Suffield, one of the Six Clerks in Chancery 10 0 0
ditto this accomptant for his fee 40 0 0
ditto John Harris 360 0 0
Chafewax 3 16
ditto for parchment, etc. 282 12 0
ditto Mathew Bluck, Cryer of Chancery 8 10
2,218 17
Allowances by warrant to the above et al., detailed 2,444 4 10½
Reward 47 4 7
Total allowance £4,710 7 1
l. s. d.
Remains 758 6 8
[Whereof.]
Arrears depending between 1650 and 1660 368 1 3
Remains on this accomptant 390 5 5
£758 6 8
Declared 16 July, 1705.
Declared Accounts : First Fruits And Tenths Of The Clergy, 1702-3.
Audit Office, Bundle 1227, Roll 181.
John Fenn, Remembrancer of First Fruits and Tenths and William Glanvill, ditto.
1 January, 1702-3 to 31 December, 1703.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Remains 0 3
Arrears depending on Laurence Steele, deceased, late Remembrancer of First Fruits 9,424 7 1
Ditto on Sir John Prettyman, late Remembrancer of First Fruits 19,864 9 9
Ditto on William Prettyman, deceased, late Remembrancer of First Fruits 10,549 0 1/8
Ditto on Robert Squibb, late Remembrancer of First Fruits 447 10
Ditto on Sir Charles Porter, late Remembrancer of First Fruits 52 10 1/8
Ditto on divers incumbents 15,024 16 10½
55,363 1
Receipts from First Fruits 3,968 12
Total charge £59,331 16
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage 0 0
Arrears of First Fruits exonerated by judgment of the Barons of the Exchequer 33 18
Payments, detailed, by virtue of letters patent or warrants 343 6 8
Money paid into the Receipt by William Glanvill, Receiver 4,374 6 11
4,751 11
Total discharge £4,751 11
l. s. d.
Remains 54,580 4
Whereof.
Arrears of divers incumbents, anno 1660 320 4 7
Arrears of divers incumbents, anno 1685 3,848 2
Arrears of divers incumbents, anno 1686-1702 10,073 19
Resting on Lawrence Steele (1659-60) 9,424 7 1
Sir John Pretyman 19,864 9 9
William Pretyman 10,549 0 1/8
Robert Squibb 447 10
Sir Charles Porter 52 16 1/8
£54,580 10
Surplusage 5s. 6¼d.
Declared 12 December, 1704.
Declared Accounts : Army 1702-3.
Army.
Audit Office, Bundle 316, Roll 1259.
Charles Fox, Paymaster General of the Forces acting in conjunction with the Allies.
25 December, 1702 to 24 December, 1703.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Arrears : Nil : this being his first accompt.
Money received out of the Exchequer in part of 885,669l. 3s. 2d. for the said Forces :
Michaelmas term, 1702 841,517 18 9
Easter term, 1703 4,596 18 8
Michaelmas term, 1703 34,417 1
Easter term, 1704 5,140 4
885,669 3 2
Ditto Easter term, 1703 in full of the privy seal of 13 April, 1703 100,000 0 0
Ditto ditto in part of 70,000l. 30,384 14
By the privy seal of 15 September, 1703 :
Michaelmas, anno 1703, for ditto 22,915 4 0
Easter, anno 1704, for ditto 7,741 9 11
Moneys issued for her Majesty's proportion of the Subsidies due on treaties with the Allies :
Easter term, 1703 in part of 200,000l. by the Privy Seal of 25 June, 1703 185,621 16 2
1,232,331 7 11¾
Money arising by deduction of 12d. per £ from the pay of the Forces 23,766 10 11¾
Money arising by the deduction of one day's pay 1,310 16 10½
Money deducted for provisions furnished by the Transports Commissioners 870 10 2
Ditto for ditto furnished by the Paymaster General of the Forces in Ireland 475 19 1
Voluntary charge (horses returned and premium on tallies) 920 0 0
Money received out of the revenue of Ireland in aid of the pay of the General Officers 931 6 0
Surcharge (money received of the States of the United Netherlands on account of a liquidation made with them concerning the Augmentation Troops, being the moiety of the pay of the Regiments of Churchill and Portmore, which is allowed by the States by reason her Majesty has paid the whole) 7,012 9 11¼
Total charge £1,267,619 1
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Discharge.
Pay and entertainment of the General and Staff Officers, detailed, of the Forces serving with the Allies in the Low Countries 10,000 0 0
The Queen's Regiment of Horse under Lieut. Gen. Henry Lumley 32,813 17 4
Brigadier General Cornelius Wood's Regiment of Horse with 3 Troops of the Earl of Arran's Regiment 32,822 2 4
Carried forward £75,635 19 8
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 75,635 19 8
Major General Hugh Wyndham's Regiment of Horse 22,278 13 1
Duke of Schomberg's Regiment of Horse 22,023 3 1
Lord Raby's Royal Regiment of Dragoons 14,782 7 0
Visct. Tiviot's Regiment of Dragoons 14,739 18 4
Brigadier Charles Ross's Regiment of Dragoons 14,709 2 10
Earl of Orkney's Royal Regiment of Foot 31,860 17 8
Col. John Richmond Webb, the Queen's Regiment of Foot 16,171 5 1
Lieut. Gen. Stuart's Regiment of Foot 12,214 11 4
Lord North and Gray's Regiment of Foot 15,943 5 6
Earl of Barrymore's Regiment of Foot 12,383 13 8
Col. Emanuel How's Regiment of Foot 16,264 16 0
Earl of Derby's Regiment of Foot 16,201 5 0
Col. Holcroft Blood's Regiment of Foot 12,346 15 2
Duke of Marlborough's Regiment of Foot 16,232 16 8
Lieut. Gen. Ingoldsby Regiment of Welsh Fusiliers 16,117 9 0
Brigadier Frederick Hamilton's Regiment of Foot 15,863 4 2
Brigadier Archibald Row's Regiment of Scots Fuziliers 16,247 11 0
Brigadier James Ferguson's Regiment of Foot 16,251 13 0
Col. Edward Leigh's Regiment of Foot 11,095 19 0
Col. William Evans' Regiment of Foot 9,029 3 2
Lieut. Gen. Charles Churchill's Regiment of Foot 14,012 0 8
Col. Thomas Meredith's Regiment of Foot 8,752 10 10
Col. James Stanhope's Regiment of Foot 5,773 12 6
Earl of Portmore's Regiment of Foot 7,176 9 6
434,108 3 8
For the General Officers, Officers and soldiers for the Expedition to Portugal :
General and Staff Officers, Duke of Schomberg, Earl of Portmore, Hugh Wyndham, Daniel Harvey and William Lloyd and Frederick de Sibourg 3,189 6 8
Lord Raby, Royal Regiment of Dragoons 2,974 9 1
Brigadier Daniel Harvey, Regiment of Horse 3,068 0 0
Lord Portmore's Regiment of Foot 3,655 0 0
James, Earl of Barrymore's Regiment of Foot
Col. Holcroft Blood's Regiment of Foot 3,644 3 4
Col. Edward Leigh's Regiment of Foot 3,361 8 4
Col. James Stanhope's Regiment of Foot 3,550 14 6
Lieut. Gen. Stuart's Regiment of Foot 3,644 3 1
William Visct. Mountjoy's Regiment of Foot 3,235 11 2
Col. Thomas Brudenell's Regiment of Foot 3,271 11 0
37,252 10 0
Carried forward £471,360 13 8
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 471,360 13 8
Contingencies in the Low Countries and Portugal :
l. s. d.
Levy money for Regiments (Col. William Evans, Col. Roger Elliot) detailed, in the Low Countries 2,632 0 0
Pay of respited persons, detailed 1,003 15 8
Salaries to the Officers of the Hospitals paid out of the Poundage (Dr. Thomas Lawrence, Dr. Laurence Oliphant Dr. Nathaniel Ogle, etc.) 1,550 0 0
3,939 11
546 13 4
700 0 0
Contingencies 3,465 7
Contingencies in Portugal.
Levy money 306 0 0
Contingencies 754 0 0
Medicines 263 6 4
15,160 13 10¼
Hire of bread waggons 20,000 0 0
Paid for her Majesty's moiety of the charge of the Foreign Forces in the service of her Majesty and the States General, as well those on the Establishment of the 40,000 men as of the 20,000 Augmentation Troops : with Subsidies to several Princes, the King of Portugal and Contingencies :
To the Danes 25 December, 1702 to 24 December, 1703 109,391 7 10
To the Hessians 52,428 9 7
To the Prussians 42,018 6
To the Hanover and Luneburg Troops 164,534 8 5
Danish Troops, forage, etc. 9,397 14 8
Prussians, waggon money 770 4 8
Hessians, ditto 845 11 8
379,386 3
Troops of Holstein Gottorp for their march month and pay 5 June—24 December, 1703 19,885 8
Troops of Saxe Gotha ditto from 8 June 15,740 19
Hesse Cassel Regiment ditto from 30 July 5,492 16 10½
Waleffe's Dragoons pay from 14 February, 1702-3 8,722 5
Regiment of Jamart ditto from 20 February to 29 July, 1703 2,152 0 6
Regiment of Ost Frize, ditto from 13 March to 29 July 1,667 17
Troops of Munster, ditto from 25 March, 1703 to 29 July 5,665 0
Regiment of Osnaburg, ditto from 6 April to 29 July 1,615 12 2
Regiment of Trogne and Caris, 22 April to 29 July 2,907 12 10
The Palatine Troops, 24 May, 1703 to 24 December 5,017 10
The Danes, from 7 June, 1703 to 24 December 4,675 16
73,536 0
Levy money to the above Forces 49,171 3
Transportation of ditto 1,365 12
Waggon money 1,013 0
Money paid for Subsidies to Foreign Princes :
King of Denmark for one year ended at Xmas, 1703 36,948 13 6
Landgrave of Hesse : same time 11,627 18 0
Elector of Treves : same time 5,813 18 8
Circle of Swabia : the Queen's moiety of their subsidy for same time 23,255 16
77,616 6
Carried forward £1,088,639 13
l. s. d.
Brought forward 1,088,639 13
King of Portugal for the Queen's proportion of the pay of 13,000 men to be kept up by him : from 1 November, 1703 to 31 December 13,723 7 0
Paid to the Duke of Marlborough being so much paid by him to several Foreign Forces in consideration of their pretensions for sick and wounded men 2,300 0 0
The Duke of Marlborough for Contingent disbursements for the Forces (without account) 7,499 19 10¾
Bartholomew Vanhomrigh in Ireland for transporting the Regiments of Meredith and Stanhope from Ireland to Holland 2,000 0 0
Allowed to this accountant for the loss by exchange to Portugal and Holland as by a particular account thereof 32,043 6
Exchequer fees on 1,232,331l. 7s. 11¾d. at 1d. per £, the rate settled by Act of Parliament 5,134 14
Charge of passing 4 privy seals 93 5 6
Repairs to this accountant's office in Whitehall 251 1 4
Paid to the King of Portugal pursuant to the treaty of 21 May, 1703 between the Emperor, the States General and her Majesty Queen Anne : for her Majesty's proportion of 500,000 pieces of Eight to the said King for preparing his army for the first year's war against the French in Spain : and for her Majesty's proportion of 2 months' advance as by her Majesty's warrant of 30 August, 1703 74,578 2 6
Paid to Moses de Medina for the additional bread waggons for the 10,000 Augmentation Troops for the year 1703 furnished by Antonio Alvarez Machado by the warrant of 29 February, 1703 3,000 0 0
Salary to this accountant and his officers 4,045 18 6
Paid into the Exchequer by this accomptant being the premium on the disposal of 100,000l. tallies on the sixth 4s. Aid 500 0 0
Paid by this accomptant to John Howe, Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons, for the deduction of one day's pay for Chelsea Royal Hospital for one year ended 24 December, 1703 1,310 16 10½
Paid to Arthur Maynwaring, one of the Auditors of Imprests 390 0 0
[Add 8d. for total of General Officers which should be 37,252l. 10s. 8d. 0 0 8]
l. s. d.
To which is added :
Paid to John Methuen, Ambassador Extraordinary at Lisbon, for horses to be bought for re-mounting the Regiments of Horse and Dragoons sent to Portugal : and to be set in super on him 18,503 11 0
Paid to Samuel Atkinson and Nicho. Roop upon account for transporting Forces from England to Holland since 21 December, 1703 3,000 0 0
Carried forward £21,503 11 0 £1,235,510 6 11¾
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 21,503 11 0 1,235,510 6 11¾
Ditto upon account of the Holland Transport service between 24 December, 1702 and 26 May, 1703 782 0
Ditto on account of ditto for transporting 143 recruits shipped for Holland 15 June, 1703 143 19 10½
Ditto for transport to Portugal
l. s. d.
6,000 0 0
6,000 0 0
10,444 7 6
22,444 7 6
44,874 9 2
Total discharge £1,280,384 16
Surplus 12,765l. 15s. 1½d.
Declared 24 July, 1707.
Auditor's memorandum at the foot of this account :
"There will be several sums of money depending in super on sundry persons for services relating to the Forces in foreign parts on the foot of the Earl of Ranelagh's last account ending 24 December, 1702 which cannot be brought over to this account by reason the said Earl of Ranelagh's account is not yet perfected for Declaration."
Declared Accounts : Guards And Garrisons 1702-3.
Pipe Office, Roll 91.
John Howe, Paymaster General of Guards and Garrisons.
25 December, 1702 to 24 December, 1703.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Arrears : nil, this being his first accompt.
Money out of the Exchequer :
Michaelmas term, I Anne 174,837 10 11½
Easter term, II Anne 113,520 2
Michaelmas term, II and III Anne 15,679 15
304,037 9
Voluntary charge for respits, etc. and charge for overpayments 249 8
Total charge £304,286 17
Discharge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Payment and entertainment of General Officers :
Duke of Marlborough for himself, 3 aides de camp, Secretaries, Physician, Surgeon and Chaplain 4,866 13 4
William Blathwayt as Secretary to the Forces 365 0 0
this accomptant for himself and Charles Fox 365 0 0
Visct. Walden, Commissary General, himself, deputies and clerks 1,995 6 8
Tho. Meredith, Adjutant General 182 10 0
Geo. Clarke, Judge Advocate 365 0 0
Dr. Thomas Lawrence, Physician to the Forces 182 10 0
Carried forward £8,322 0 0
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 8,322 0 0
Thomas Gardner, Chirurgeon General 182 10 0
Isaac Teal, Apothecary General 182 10 0
Theodore Smith, Marshal to the Horse 127 15 0
Cha. Hobson, Surveyor of the Guards 15 12 6
Tho. Silver, Firemaster General 54 15 0
John Hughes, messenger to the Paymaster General 30 0 0
John Thurston, messenger to the Secretary of the Forces 30 0 0
Capt. John Maugridge, Drum Major General 30 0 0
Capt. Francis Robinson, Provost Marshal General 146 0 0
9,151 2 6
First Troop of Horse Guards, under Joost. Earl of Albemarle 16,504 15 4
Second Troop of ditto (Duke of Ormonde) 16,485 17 4
Third Troop of ditto (Earl Rivers) 16,546 13 4
His Majesty's Troop of Grenadier Guards (Lieut. Gen. Cholmondeley) 10,743 3 4
The Royal Regiment of Horse Guards 25,082 1 2
Brigadier William Lloyd's Regiment of Dragoons 14,046 4 6
Earl of Essex's Regiment of Dragoons 14,739 18 4
First Regiment of Foot Guards (Earl of Romney) 45,030 6 8
Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards 23,118 3 2
Sir Henry Bellasys's (later Lord Portmore's) Regiment of Foot 3,595 17 8
Col. Roger Elliott's Regiment of Foot 8,911 6 0
Brigadier William Seymour's Regiment of Foot 4,322 3 4
Col. Harry Mordaunt's Regiment of Foot 9,660 0 0
Royal Regiment of Fuziliers (Sir Charles Hara) 8,508 8 0
The four Companies at New York 6,165 0
The Independent Company at Bermudas (Capt. Sandys) 898 1 0
The Independent Company at Newfoundland 961 12 6
Lord Lucas's Regiment of Foot appointed for sea service 13,323 6 4
Brigadier Ventris Colenbine's Regiment appointed for sea service 2,162 15 0
The four Companies of Invalids 5,104 6 2
255,061 5
Garrison of Berwick and Holy Island 771 7
Garrison of Calshot Castle 136 17 6
Garrison of Carlisle 304 1 0
Garrison of Chester 273 15 0
Garrison of Cinque Ports (Arcliffe Bulwark, Motes Bulwark, Dover, Sandown, Deal, Sandgate and Walmer Castles) 1,112 17
Garrison of Gravesend and Tilbury 820 2
Garrison of Cliffords Fort and Tynemouth Castle 500 14
Garrison of Guernsey 328 10 0
Garrison of Hull 747 2
Garrison of Hurst Castle 136 17 6
Carried forward £5,132 4 £264,212 7
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 5,132 4 264,212 7
Garrison of Jersey 401 10 0
Garrison of Landguard Fort 265 10 0
Garrison of St. Mawes 171 9 2
Garrison of Pendennis 295 8
Garrison of Plymouth and St. Nicholas Island 956 19
Garrison of Portland Castle 100 7 6
Garrison of Portsmouth 1,212 9
Garrison of Sheerness 911 7
Garrison of Scilly Island 365 0 0
Garrison of Scarborough Castle 52 9
Garrison of Tower of London 2,344 11 10¾
Garrison of Upnor 492 15 0
Garrison of Windsor 328 10 0
Garrison of Yarmouth 73 0 0
Garrison of Isle of Wight 1,275 11 11¾
The gunners in St. James's Park 136 17 6
14,506 5
Fire and Candle for the Guards and Garrisons 1,900 0 0
Pay of Brigadier William Seymour employed in the care of the Marine Forces 412 10 0
Levy money, detailed, paid out of respits (Brigadier William Lloyd ; the First Foot Guards ; Col. Edward Braddock ; Lord Portmore ; Major Hunt Withers) 850 13 8
Contingent payments of various natures, detailed, pensions, half-pay, bounties and rewards, detailed 5,317 15 1
Auditor's fee 62 10 0
8,543 8 9
Money paid to several Regiments upon account of their subsistence and pay : with which this accomptant is to be surcharged in his future account wherein he shall demand allowance of the full pay of the said Regiments :
Col. Colenbine's 6,020 6 8
Lord Charlemont's 4,212 15 10
Lieut. Gen. Erle's 4,212 15 10
Lord Donegal's 4,212 15 10
Brig. Gen. Hamilton's 4,440 7 0
23,099 1 2
Total payments and allowances £301,210 0
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Remains 3,076 17
[Whereof]
Depending upon Sir Thomas Littleton, Treasurer of the Navy, for money for for victuals for Newfoundland 839 10 0
For the Royal Hospital at Chelsea (the pay of the Forces being not yet cleared and so the deductions being deficient for that purpose) 1,500 0 0
£2,339 10 0
Remains 737l. 7s. 5¼d.
Declared 17 November [? 1707].
Declared Accounts : Navy Treasurer 1702-3.
Dame Anne Littleton, widow of Sir Thomas Littleton, Treasurer of the Navy.
Pipe Account 2338.
1 January, 1702-3 to 31 December, 1703.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Remains : in the hands of this accomptant 970,933 9
Depending on sundry persons in super 304,333 19 7
Money imprested out of the Exchequer :
Michaelmas term, I Anne 847,563 16 10
Easter term, I and II Anne 304,463 0 11½
Easter term, imprested by Sir Christopher Musgrave 7,346 1 5
Michaelmas term, II and III Anne 414,285 9
1,573,658 8
Imprests in former Navy Treasurer's Accounts cleared within the time of this account : items detailed 11,191 13 11
Sale of goods and provisions out of the stores 6,767 1 6
Money received for several occasions of the Victualling 13,072 14
Total charge £2,879,957 8
Discharge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Emptions and provisions 311,673 19 11
Transport and purveyance 12,210 5 1
6 per cent. interest on tradesmen's bills of store from 6 months' end 5,055 8 2
Salaries (Admiralty Office, Navy Office, etc., detailed) 27,044 8 9
Rewards for services 2,385 1 4
Pensions, Flag pay, etc., Admiral Sir Thomas Allen, 62l. 10s. 0d. ; William Hodges, gunner, 13l. 17s. 1d. ; Anne Pepwell, widow, 15l. ; Charles Stewart, 50l. ; Richard Bond, surgeon, 15l. 17s. 7d. ; William Vanderveld, senior and junior, for making draughts of sea fights, 550l. ; Dame Anne St. George et al. widows, 1,993l. 15s. 10d. ; superannuated or maimed sailors, 4,240l. 1s. 9d. and other like items 19,122 10 2
Pilotage 5,515 5 0
Half pay to Admirals and Officers 1,083 3 6
Digging a dock at Chatham 726 15 0
Chatham Chest 11,000 0 0
Travelling charges 2,772 0 1
Victualling charges for volunteers on board 1,209 3 8
Rebuilding ships 2,225 3 8
Rent of offices and storehouses 843 15 6
Various disbursements detailed 58,202 2 3
Wages or pay by bills (officers, masters, etc.) 2,272 14 8
Wages to ships on the pay books :
Adventure 3,067 14 11¾
Adventure, smack 78 18 4
Assistance 4,888 4
Advice 10,596 18
Anne, hoy 98 2 3
Adventure, ketch 162 13 7
Bristol 6,497 10
Burlington 2,298 19 10½
Carried forward £27,689 2 £463,341 19 9
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 27,689 2 463,341 19 9
Benjamin (hired) 1,744 15
Bedford 7,420 1 10½
Berwick 7,695 7
Britannia 7,702 15 7
Bonadventure 4,314 6
Barfleur 3,589 1
Bonetta, sloop 943 4
Betty, smack 32 7 10
Blackwall 2,100 14
Chatham 3,960 18 7
Canterbury 4,575 4 11
Chumney, pink 64 18 0
Cleavland, yacht 626 10 8
Cornwall 1,092 11 11¼
Cambridge 3,195 15
Carcas, bomb 1,288 14 0
Charles, galley 2,394 14
Content 4,045 9
Centurion 4,247 13
Coventry 3,985 0 0
Charlotte, yacht 671 14 11
Content, smack 126 4 2
Crowne 6,217 7 10¼
Content, hulk 658 3 11
Dragon 3,630 8 7
Dunkirk 10,190 4
Dispatch, brigantine 122 16 9
Dartmouth 2,232 13 7
Dorsetshire 2,954 19
Dilligence, brigantine 103 9
Deptford 1,255 9
Dover 1,771 15
Dixwell, ketch 141 10 7
Dolphin 1,300 18
Deal Castle 879 13 8
Dreadnought 3,986 1
Express, advice boat 310 15 0
Expedition 7,459 10
Exeter 5,907 2 6
Essex 8,523 6
Express, ketch 28 3 7
Elizabeth, ketch 18 17 0
Endeavour, hoy 28 5 0
Eagle 8,208 12
Elizabeth, ketch 44 1 10
Endeavour, smack 32 7 4
Firebrand, fireship 181 0
Falmouth 8,198 17
Fubbs, yacht 293 2 9
Fly, brigantine 112 9
Friendship, ketch 151 8 8
Fordwich, ketch 153 3 10
Fareham, hoy 31 6 2
Feversham 2,767 18
Flambrough 2,142 8 1
Friends Aven[ture], hoy 40 16 10
Fowye 3,191 5 9
Fox, pink 102 15 4
Friends Adventure 139 19 1
Firme, prize 236 7 0
Grape, pink 86 18 11
George, hoy 37 1 10
Carried forward £180,303 1 3 £463,341 19 9
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 180,303 1 3 463,341 19 9
George and Anne, smack 34 8 8
Gravesend, yacht 31 1 4
Griffin, pink 200 4 0
Guernsey 2,305 15
Greenwich 4,351 0 4
Granado, bomb 685 11
Grafton 7,784 0
Hawke, fireship 285 15
Humber 724 8 9
Hunter, fireship 238 6
Hound, sloop 1,206 6 9
Hampton Court 1,882 18 1
Hurly, smack 78 17 6
Holygoland, hoy 55 9 10
Hopewell, ketch 37 6 4
Hastings 755 6 1
Hampshire 4,105 3 11¼
Henrietta, yacht 846 3 9
Isabella, yacht 1,358 19 10
Ipswich 1,618 3
John and Elizabeth, hoy 232 18 2
John, ketch 83 16 6
John and Bridget, yacht 43 13 2
John and Mary, pink 48 5 4
John and Ann, smack 24 17 8
Kent 7,209 9
King Fisher 2,609 6 2
Kingston 10,757 1
Katherine, yacht 850 7 11
Lynne 515 3
Lancaster 3,262 7 10
Ludlow 1,164 15
Loyal Merchant 837 12
Lizard 919 6 8
Looe 704 4
Lynne 1,384 8 0
Lenox 3,277 7
Lincoln 6,552 10 2
Leaf, pink 91 19 10
Lawrell, ketch 217 6 1
London, yacht 53 8 2
Lydwell, pink 55 9 3
Lucas, ketch 43 2 0
Litchfield 2,250 15 6
Lyme 1,327 12
Loestoff 2,786 11 10¾
Merlin, sloop 1,713 6 5
Mary 1,527 8
Monmouth 6,628 9 1
Michaell 4,593 17
Major, pink 155 15 5
Margate 2,270 7
Margate, pink 66 16 9
Mermaid 2,382 0
Medway 5,855 13
Mary, galley 2,549 7 11¼
Mary, yacht 863 12 9
Milford 717 19
Monk 1,508 13 9
Marlin, ketch 437 5
Moscovia Merchant 666 17 9
Montague 6,134 13 9
Carried forward £294,594 13 10½ £463,341 19 9
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 294,594 13 10½ 463,341 19 9
Norfolke 1,042 19 2
Namure 1,533 17
Nassaw 2,119 13
Newark 1,021 8 8
Northumberland 1,915 3
Newport 2,153 17
Nonsuch 2,290 7
Newcastle 2,383 1
Orford 2,627 2
Otter, sloop 814 19 11
Owners Adventure, smack 74 11 7
Orfords, prize 104 7
Post Boy, ketch 10 0 0
Prompt, prize 310 18 5
Peregrine, galley 1,422 15 8
Pellican, ketch 92 0 3
Phenix, fireship 397 4 10
Paramour, pink 302 17 10
Prohibition, sloop 1,838 2
Postboy, brigantine 58 18 2
Portland 1,224 3
Pembrook 2,233 13
Poole 2,387 2
Prosperous, smack 42 19 9
Plymouth 8,849 12 10
Panthur 529 12 8
Queen 2,648 10 2
Queenbrough 1,706 19 10¼
Queenbrough, yacht 138 9 1
Restoration 1,814 8
Resolution 7,221 19 10½
Rye 692 9
Reserve 1,442 17
Robert and Anne, hoy 119 12 4
Richard and Margaret, ketch 54 1 8
Rochester, ketch 41 17 9
Rowland, ketch 41 0 2
Richard and John, skipp 33 13 7
Richard and Margaret 159 17 1
Romney 4,183 19
Rebecca, ketch 34 5 8
Rochester 1,715 3
Revenge 8,020 13 5
Susanna, pink 37 4 5
Sarah, pink 80 7 3
Sea Flower, ketch 37 19 1
Success, smack 42 14 3
Shrewsbury 3,149 0
Royal Sovereigne 12,835 18
Suffolk 1,405 7
Sarah and Betty, hospital 2,046 5
Smirna Factor, hospital 650 9 11
Southampton 5,489 15
Swann 586 2
Sorlings 2,057 17 10¾
Sterling Castle 6,980 5
Scarbrough 2,811 15
Strombolo, fireship 2,444 2
Swiftsure 5,190 14 10
Severne 2,469 3 4
Starr, bomb 234 19
Suffolk, hag boat 1,635 14 10
Sheerness 2,500 7
Carried forward £418,209 15 £463,341 19 9
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Brought forward 418,209 15 463,341 19 9
Shark, sloop 1,237 3
Salisbury 7,111 7
Swallow, sloop 1,124 12 0
Swift, sloop 901 4
Terrour, bomb 305 4 5
Torbay 3,825 0
Thomas and Hester, smack 43 13 2
Thomas, ketch 38 19 3
Trulove, smack 38 6 0
Three Brothers, smack 42 1 6
Tilbury 4,875 9 10¼
Victory 1,828 4 6
Unity, smack 63 5 11
Unity, pink 92 17 2
Unity, ketch 28 14 3
Weymouth 3,503 12
Royal William 860 5 1
Warwick 4,654 13
Woolwich 1,155 1
Woolwich, smack 86 4 5
William and Anne, pink 43 9 11
Welcome, smack 43 10 1
William, pink 35 16 0
Winchelsea 2,095 5
William and Mary, yacht 1,140 13 2
Worcester 4,449 3
Winchester 4,644 14
Unemployed pays and volunteers 8,350 0 6
470,828 8
Payments extracted from ships' books in Lord Orford's Treasureship and recalled within the time of this account. (Ships detailed) 1,435 3 7
Clerks, artificers, labourers, etc., of the Yards, Dockyards and Rope Yards 187,144 13 9
£1,122,750 6
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Emptions and provisions 421,596 11 2
Balance of Victualling accompts to masters of ships 6,766 17 7
Salaries to Victualling Commissioners, officers and clerks 4,933 19 2
Short allowance provision 3,201 5 2
Various disbursements 808 16 7
Travelling charges 311 10 3
Victualling wages 15,290 2 2
Rent of storehouses 220 18 0
459,381 17 8
Ordinary allowances (Auditors' fees) 23 6 8
Allowance to this accomptant's clerk 42 10 0
Total payments and allowances £1,582,198 1
l. s. d.
Remains 1,297,759 6 11½
Whereof
Depending upon persons, detailed, for Navy imprests 523,836 9 11¼
Remains 773,922 18
Declared 20 May, 1711.
Declared Account : Ordnance 1702-3.
Charles Bertie, Treasurer and Paymaster of the Ordnance.
Pipe Roll 2688.
30 June, 1702 to 30 June, 1703.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Remains : nil, this being his first accompt.
Arrears : Depending in super on sundry persons 158,206 19 10½
Money out of the Exchequer :
Easter term, I Anne 27,138 10 10¼
Michaelmas term, I and II Anne 66,473 13 9
Easter term, II Anne 56,426 15 9
150,039 0
Tallies of assignment on the Malt surplus in Michaelmas term, I-II Anne 30,000 0 0
Money received or defalked out of bills for stores sold, etc. 5,831 1 0
Total charge £344,080 1
Discharge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Salaries of Principal Officers, et al. on the Quarter Books 11,308 6 3
Wages of additional engineers, bombardiers, gunners, etc. 3,086 10 0
Provisions brought into the Stores and work work done, etc.
Mortarpieces 1,316 15
Ordnance 4,652 3 11½
Small arms 8,421 11 7
Saltpetre 31,354 17 11
Shot 1,472 18 10
Emptions and provisions 51,559 17 9
Work done and necessaries delivered 8,205 12 7
Reparations of Castles and Forts 4,273 2
Rewards 52 13 8
Disbursements of several natures 3,811 8 2
Land and water carriage 19,865 6
Salaries paid on debentures 6,091 15 11
House and warehouse rent 1,298 10 0
Travelling charges 2,278 7
147,685 3
Ordinary allowances 243 6 8
Total discharge £162,323 6
l. s. d.
Remains 181,761 14 11½
Whereof
Depending in super on sundry persons for sums imprested from 26 March, 1673 to 30 June, 1702, detailed, and including 52,239l. 0s. 11½d. imprested within the time of this account 149,391 16 10
Remains £32,364 18
Declared 29 January, 1708-9.
Declared Accounted : Cofferer Of The Household 1702-3.
Pipe 1867.
Lady Frances Bathurst, widow of Sir Benjamin Bathurst, Cofferer of the Household.
8 March, 1702-2 to 30 September,1703.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Money out of the Exchequer 90,611 10
Foreign receipts : from Ralph Battle, Under Almoner to the Queen 45 12 6
Sale of beer by Richard Saunders 163 0 8
£90,820 3
Discharge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Expenses of the Household for diet and stables :
In officio Pistrin' 706 10 1
Buttill' et Cellar' 6,719 12 1
Garderob' 12,095 7
Coquin' 32,257 12
Emptor' 5,077 5
Pulletr' 3,504 13 3
Scuttill' 2,509 6
Salsar' 3,034 14
Aula et Camer' 975 11
Stabul' 14,959 1
79,139 14 4
Wages 4,591 15 10½
Writing of this accompt 31 10 0
Auditor's fee 45 0 0
Divers Creditors : for the funeral of Wm. III (1,095l. 6s. 11¾d. and 681l. 2s. 8d.) ; stables of Wm. III Queen Anne's maundy ; her Coronation (5,910l. 6s. 0¼d.) ; entertainment of the King of Prussia's Envoy 16-19 June, 1700 (724l. 9s. 10¾d.) ; ditto for the States' Envoy, 23-26 June, 1702 (875l. 12s. 5¼d.) extraordinaries of the Household at Windsor, St. James's and Kensington ; ditto of the progress to the Bath, 26-31 August, 1702 (818l. 17s. 3d.) expenses at the Bath in September, 1702 (941l. 3s. 11d.) ; Progress from Bath in October, 1702 (1,016l. 14s. 5¼d.) ; at the Bath in August, 1703 (879l. 14s. 1¾d. and ibid. in September, 1703 (908l. 8s. 0½d.) 20,938 8
Total discharge £104,746 8 10¼
Surplusage, 13,926l. 5s. 5½d.
Declared 26 June, 4 Anne.
Declared Accounts : Treasurer Of The Chamber 1702-3.
Treasurer Of The Chamber.
Pipe Account, Roll 555.
John, Viscount Fitzharding, Treasurer of the Chamber.
24 June, 1702 to 24 June, 1703.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Arrears : nil, this being his first accompt.
Money received out of the Exchequer :
Michaelmas term, I and II Anne 13,962 14 6
Easter term, II Anne 16,037 5 6
310 2
30,310 2
£30,310 2
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Wages, salaries, detailed, to several of her Majesty's servants, and for her Majesty's alms 3,993 7 6
Ditto, detailed, on the Establishment of 23 December, 1702 19,049 11
Payments by royal warrants, or warrants of the Privy Council, detailed 2,440 0 2
Payments by Lord Chamberlain's warrants, detailed 2,606 15 0
Bills of the Messengers of the Chamber, allowed by the Lord Chamberlain 1,368 17 0
Ordinary allowance 255 0 0
Necessaries for this accomptant's Office 6 13 4
Total discharge £29,613 13 11¼
Remains 6,096l. 8s. 6½d.
Declared 12 April, 1701.
Declared Accounts : Master of The Horse 1702-3.
Master Of The Horse.
Pipe Office, Roll 1764.
Charles, Duke of Somerset, Master of the Horse.
25 August, 1702 to 6 March, 1703-4.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Arrears : nil, this being his first accompt.
Money received out of the Exchequer :
Michaelmas term, I and II Anne 2,000 0 0
Easter term, II Anne 9,000 0 0
11,000 0 0
Total charge £11,000 0 0
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Paid for coaches, coach horses, harness, chairs, furniture for coaches, etc. and liveries (including 79l. 11s. 6d. to John Pincke coach painter ; 285l. 15s. 0d. to Richard Russell for Hackney coaches to Bath and back ; 21s. 6d. to Ralph Prynne for shewing his horse litter to her Majesty ; 20s. for a guide between Guildford and Windsor when the King of Spain and his retinue went thither) 9,694 8 10
Total discharge £9,694 8 10
Remains 1,305l. 11s. 2d.
Declared 29 June, 1710.
Declared Accounts : Works 1702-3.
Audit Office, Bundle 2446, Roll 139.
Works.
Thomas Lloyd, Paymaster of the Works.
(This account is only an incomplete duplicament. The Declared Account proper does not exist either in the Pipe Office series or the Audit Office series.)
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Arrears : [not stated].
Money out of the Exchequer :
Easter term, I Anne 5,920 12 4
Michaelmas term, I and II Anne 978 18 0
11,205 8
Total charge [not stated].
Discharge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Emptions and provisions :
For the Tower of London.
Emptions and provisions 218 11
Wages 308 17 5
Task work (at the Jewel Tower, Dr. Hawkins' house including 2l. 10s. 4d. to Robert Streeter, Serjeant Painter, for painting there) 60 12
588 1
At Whitehall Palace.
Emptions and provisions 1,159 4
Wages 842 16 4
Task work (the Cockpit, Paper Office, several lodgings, etc. including 39l. 14s. 1½d. to Robert Streeter for painting) 408 4 1
Rewards and cleaning sewers 237 8 4
2,647 13
At St. James's.
Emptions and provisions 224 4
Wages 29 4 10
Task work (the Library, the Council Chamber, the Queen's lodgings, the Chapel Royal 246 6 11
498 15 11¼
Carried forward £3,734 0 10¼
l. s. d.
Brought forward 3,734 0 10¼
l. s. d.
The old Palace of Westminster.
Emptions and provisions 160 10 10½
Wages, etc. 107 7 9
Task work (the Fish Yard, the Lord Keeper's Room, Robert Mason 3s. 10d. for putting up King Charles's head in Westminster Hall ; Robert Streeter, Serjeant Painter, for work done in the House of Lords 19s. 10½d.) 31 8
299 7 1
At her Majesty's House at Winchester 112 14 5
At Newmarket 46 12 6
At Hampton Court.
Emptions and provisions 346 1
Wages 608 5 0
Rewards 7 0 0
Task work 203 18
The Mews 2 5 0
The Gardens 380 12
1,548 1
At Kensington.
Emptions and provisions 344 17
Wages 137 0 4
Task work (including 40l. 6s. 0½d. to Benjamin Jackson for a large marble close stool at the end of the Gallery) 251 15
The Mews 19 8 1
The Gardens 527 6
1,279 17 10
Salaries to the Officers of the Works 1,167 1 8
Riding charges 246 2 1
Fees and allowances 112 10 0
Works performed for the Coronation of Queen Anne in the Abbey and Westminster Hall and places adjoining :
Wages 25 2 5
Emptions and provisions 2,466 11 5
Task work (including 50l. 10s. 0d. to Robert Streeter, Serjeant Painter for task work by him done) 2,185 11
1,677 5
Charges of King William's funeral (Kensington House, Westminster Abbey, Henry VII's Chapel, the vault) 108 18
Charges of her Majesty's Progress to the Bath 267 11 6
Extraordinary work done at St. James's Palace for her Majesty's reception from the Bath 1,574 8
Charges of public paving 307 9 10
Making a throne in St. Paul's Cathedral for her Majesty's procession on Thanksgiving Day in November, 1702 57 15 9
Paid to Henry Wise, the Queen's gardener 929 5
[The above account is not totalled, nor audited, nor declared. Some of the external totals here given do not correspond with the details].
Declared Accounts : Great Wardrobe 1702-3.
Great Wardrobe.
Audit Office, Bundle 2366, Roll 133.
Funeral Of King William III And Coronation Of Queen Anne.
Ralph, Earl Of Montague, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe.
l. s. d.
Charge.
Money received out of the Exchequer 12,617 0 10
£12,617 0 10
Discharge.
Charge of the funeral of the late King William III for emptions, provisions and necessaries, detailed, for bangings and furniture for several rooms, for officers' mourning, for work done about the coffin, chariot, canopy, Guard Chamber and Chapel 6,410 5 11½
Provisions bought and work done for the Coronation of Queen Anne 7,418 6
Total discharge £13,828 12
Surplusage, 1,211l. 11s. 2¾d.
Declared 12 April, 1705.
Declared Accounts : Great Wardrobe 1702-3.
Great Wardrobe.
Audit Office, Bundle 2366, Roll 134.
Same Accomptant.
Michaelmas, 1702 to Michaelmas, 1703.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears : Nil, because in surplusage in his last account.
Money received out of the Exchequer 17,876 13 3
Total charge £17,876 13 3
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage on last account 68,728 3 10¾
Payments for emptions and work done for the Wardrobe 10,836 14 4
Liveries by letters patent and dormant warrant 2,669 10 4
Liveries, wages and fees of the officers of the Exchequer and Great Wardrobe 363 6 4
Ordinary allowances 9 12 4
Total discharge £82,607 7
Surplusage, 68,730l. 13s. 11¾d.
Declared 21 July. 1707.