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'Revenue Accounts', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 9: 1689-1692 (1931), pp. CCIV-CCXVII. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104740 Date accessed: 24 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Revenue Accounts

T. 30—1.
"Income And Expenditure Of Great Britain."
Vol. I.
Section or Booklet I.
p. 1.
Abstract Of The Accounts Of The Public Revenues, Taxes And Moneys Borrowed From 5th November, 1688, Until Michaelmas, 1691.
Dr. (on left-hand side).
l. s. d.
To cash resting 5 Nov., 1688, in the Exchequer and in the hands of several Receivers General of the Revenue 80,138 18
l. s. d.
To receipts from Customs after deduction of drawbacks, postage bills, allowances for damaged goods, salaries and incidents of management 1,088,093 6
To receipts from Excise, viz. Hereditary and for life and from the additional 9d. per barrel between 1689, July 24 and Sept. 29, when same was appropriated to the States General : net after charges of management 1,660,467 19 9
Impositions on linens, silks, stuffs and brandies which determined 1st July, 1690 143,880 9
Impositions on tobacco and sugar 269,387 14
Impositions on wines and vinegar 317,438 0
Impositions on East India goods, linens etc., which began at Christmas, 1690 100,714 19 10
Duties on Low Wines from 24 Dec., 1690 5,100 0 0
Double Excise from 17 Nov., 1690 425,987 19
Additional Excise of 9d. per barrel from Michaelmas, 1689, appropriated 338,194 5 6
Hearthmoney, besides charges of getting in 216,905 19
Letter money, besides charges of management 162,843 12 7
Divers small branches and casualties 172,615 6
4,901,629 13
Receipts Upon Account Of Taxes.
Present Aid or Six Months' Tax 400,607 6
First Poll 285,009 12
First Aid of 12d. per £ 494,073 9 7
2s. Aid 996,659 5
Additional 1s. Aid 498,329 11
Review of First Poll or Additional Poll 21,692 13
Second Poll 233,120 15
Twelve Months' Aid of 1,651,702l. 18s. 0d. 782,069 16 6
3,711,562 11
8,693,331 3 6
Balance of loans not repaid at Michaelmas, 1691 3,126,672 8
Total income £11,820,003 11
Moneys Borrowed Upon The Revenue, Taxes, Etc.
l. s. d.
On Customs, quarter Customs and three-fourths Customs 570,000 0 0
On Excise, Hereditary, Temporary, three-fourths and two-thirds Additional 1,807,529 4
On Hearthmoney 15,000 0 0
On linens and tobacco 35,800 0 0
On Duties appropriated to the States General 150,000 0 0
On the revenues of the Duchy of Cornwall 2,500 0 0
On the Present Aid 373,775 13 2
On the First Poll 238,223 9 7
On the first 12d. Aid 771,113 10
On the 2s. Aid 602,452 0
On the Additional 12d. Aid 470,751 18 2
On the Second Poll 65,000 0 0
On the Twelve Months' Aid 1,534,857 14 9
On the new imposition on East India goods 300,550 9 10
On the continued impositions on wines, vinegar and tobacco 700,100 0 0
On the Post Office revenue 21,800 0 0
On the Exchequer in General (transferred to the Twelve Months' Aid) 84,200 0 0
On the Exchequer in General (transferred to Wine Licence revenue) 30,000 0 0
On the Exchequer in General (for the creditors of the Ordnance, the Army Clothiers et al., and to be transferred to the 2s. Aid) 128,425 13 10½
£7,880,079 14 6
Creditor.
Payments between 5 Nov., 1688, and Michaelmas, 1691.
For The Service Of The War.
Navy 3,098,289 1
Ordnance 658,987 4 11½
Army—
l. s. d.
English Establishment 2,865,027 5
Forces in Ireland, viz. to William Harbord, 1,073,288l. 12s. 7½d., and to C. Fox and T. Coningsby, 1,260,607l. 1s. 0½d. 2,333,895 13 8
Leeward Islands 1,100 0 0
5,200,022 18
Total for service of the war £8,957,299 4s. 10¼d.
For Civil Affairs.
Cofferer of the Household 253,702 2
Treasurer of the Chamber 91,034 7
Master of the Great Wardrobe 74,108 10
Master of the Robes 16,231 4 3
Works and Gardens 160,019 13 8
Stables 13,050 0 0
Ambassadors 70,190 11 1
Their Majesties' servants, fees and salaries 142,771 16
Pensions and annuities 118,480 19
Queen, besides 15,000l. in orders 107,250 0 0
Queen Dowager 44,076 16
Prince and Princess of Denmark 114,000 0 0
Band of Pensioners 12,750 0 0
Secret service 279,206 19
Bounties paid at the Exchequer 7,244 12 0
James Grahme, for the late King's Privy Purse 2,755 0 0
Privy Purse 86,205 0 0
Jewels and plate 63,184 2 4
Mr. Vander Esch, by the King's order 20,000 0 0
City's impost of wines 289 16 0
Contingents, viz. law suits, rewards to Receivers, Bills of Exchequer messengers, liberates ; Commissioners' accounts, keeping prisoners etc. 52,620 10 1
Total of Civil Affairs £1,730,172 1s. 4d.
Divers Payments.
States General, for expenses of his Majesty's Expedition into England : by Act of Parliament 600,000 0 0
Charles II.'s servants 41,327 3
Mint ; out of Coinage Duty 19,950 0 0
Redemption of captives ; out of Benevolence money 500 0 0
Repayment of principal moneys lent to the late King James II. Richard Kent, 15,000l. out of the Customs ; Charles Duncombe, 20,000l. out of the Excise ; Jos. Hornby, 20,000l. out of ditto 55,000 0 0
Repayment of loans to the late King which on 5 Nov., 1688, were due on the late publique Register of linens and tobacco 83,412 19 9
Interest paid to several persons out of the revenue, taxes or loans 189,473 9
Repayments to several persons of moneys advanced by them [to William III.] in the West or in Holland, viz. Lord Lumley, 3,250l. ; Sir Boucher Wray, 500l. ; John Black et al., 250l. 4,000 0 0
Repayment of advance at the Exchequer to the Privy Purse of the late King 200 0 0
Total of sundry payments £993,863 12 11
Remains of cash in the hands of the four Tellers and several Receivers General of the Revenue at Michaelmas, 1691 138,668 12
Total £11,820,003 11
Error 1d.
Repayment Of Moneys Borrowed On The Revenue Etc.
l. s. d.
On the Customs 357,700 0 0
On the Excise, Hereditary, Temporary, one fourth and two-thirds Additional 677,231 2 2
On duties appropriated to States General 150,000 0 0
On Duchy of Cornwall 2,500 0 0
On the Six Months' Assessment 373,775 13 2
On the First Poll 238,223 9 7
On the first 12d. per £ 469,613 10
On the 2s. per £ transferred from the first 12d. per £ 902,452 0
On the Additional 12d. per £ transferred from the first 12d. per £ 1,500 0 0
On the additional 12d. per £ 450,751 18 2
On the Second Poll 65,000 0 0
On the Twelve Months Aid 727,447 10 0
On the [second] Twelve Months' Aid 84,200 0 0
On the impositions on East India goods 94,786 8 10
On the continued impositions on vinegar and tobacco after 600,000l. to the States General 10,000 0 0
On the Post Office revenue 21,800 0 0
Creditors of the Ordnance, clothiers et al., paid out of loans on the 2s. per £, 123,425l. 13s. 10¾d., and Mathew Ingram for clothes out of loans on the first 12d. Aid, 5,000l. 128,425 13 10½
£4,755,407 6
Leaving a balance of loans not repaid at the end of this account as follow :
Loans 7,880,079 14 6
Repayments 4,755,407 6
Balance £3,126,672 8
T. 30—1
Booklet II.
Abstract Of The Accounts Of The Public Revenues, Taxes And Moneys Borrowed From Michaelmas, 1691, To Michaelmas, 1692.
Debtor.
l. s. d.
Remains in cash at the Exchequer at Michaelmas, 1691 138,668 12
l. s. d.
Receipts from Customs (net as above) 482,796 11 3
Wines and vinegar 130,152 2 5
Tobacco and sugar 142,634 7
New imposition on East India goods 141,968 11 7
897,551 12 10½
Receipts From Excise.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Hereditary and Temporary 438,372 8 10½
Low wines 14,020 1 4
Double Excise 182,700 0
Additional 9d. per barrel 354,996 12 9
21d. per barrel and 30d. per barrel 223,420 19
1,213,510 3
Arrears of Hearthmoney, net 1,325 13 11½
Post Office revenue, net 57,314 11 2
Divers small branches and casualties 74,399 7 9
£2,382,770 1
Receipts From Taxes.
l. s. d.
Present Aid of Six Months 142 4 11
First Poll 1,070 0 6
First Aid of 12d. per £ 599 2 11½
2s. Aid 13,766 9
Additional 12d. Aid 6,883 5
Review of first Poll and Additional Poll 1,047 6 9
Second Poll 3,649 9 5
Arrears of Poll of the year 1677 50 0 0
First Twelve Months' Aid 828,795 4 11
Second ditto 760,426 14
Quarterly Poll : on the first quarter thereof, 136,493l. 13s. 7d. ; on the second quarter thereof, 114,063l. 8s. 5d. 250,557 2
£1,866,987 1
Balance or difference, by which the loans within the time of this account exceed the repayments thereof within the time of this account 251,350 17
Total income £4,501,107 19
Loans On The Revenue.
l. s. d.
On the Three Fourths Customs 435,427 2 1
On the One Fourth Customs 30,000 0 0
On the Hereditary Excise and one fourth Temporary Excise 149,500 0 0
On the two thirds Additional Excise 4,000 0 0
On the new duties on East India goods 191,479 9 11
On the first Twelve Months' Aid 7,263 16
On the second ditto 1,549,826 8 0
On the borrowing clauses of the Quarterly Poll 165,288 14 0
On the Exchequer in general 525,506 8 4
£3,058,291 18
Creditor.
Payments between Michaelmas, 1691, and Michaelmas, 1692.
For The Service Of The War.
l. s. d.
To the Navy (including 95,135l. 14s. 0d. for building 27 ships) 1,239,209 2 4
To the Ordnance (including 18,060l. 12s. 5d. for advance for the 27 ships) 254,412 5 4
To the Army, England 1,086,483 3 11
To the Army, Ireland 813,519 12
Total for the war £3,393,624 4s. 0½d.
For Civil Affairs.
Cofferer of the Household 103,599 19 11
Treasurer of the Chamber 26,932 15
Great Wardrobe 23,943 2 0
Robes 3,500 0 0
Works 29,238 14
Gardens 6,140 0 0
Stables 34,776 16 6
Ambassadors and Consuls 25,082 7 3
Their Majesties' servants' fees and salaries 60,068 1
Pensions and annuities 50,844 2 5
The Queen 60,500 0 0
The Queen Dowager 15,209 15 2
Prince and Princess of Denmark 49,000 0 0
Band of Gentlemen Pensioners 4,500 0 0
Secret service 44,601 0
Royal bounty 25,189 16 6
Privy Purse 27,500 0 0
Jewels and plate 9,245 7 0
City impost of wines 96 12 0
Contingents of various natures (rent of Mote Park and Bagshot Park ; charges on tin ; allowances to Commissioners of Accounts ; diets and removes of prisoners ; law charges ; liberates ; presents to Indian Princes etc.) 32,026 5
Total of Civil affairs payments £631,994 15s. 6d.
Payments on divers other scores—
Redemption of captives 500 0 0
Charles II.'s servants 18,646 2 6
Mint, out of Coinage Duty 10,646 12 9
Interest money 199,197 13
Total of divers other payments £228,990 8s. 6¾d.
Balance of cash in the hands of the four Tellers of the Exchequer and several Receivers General of the Revenue 246,498 11
Total £4,501,107 19 9
Error, ½d.
Repayment Of Borrowed Moneys.
l. s. d.
To complete 500,000l. borrowed by Act of Parliament on the Three Fourths Customs 243,100 0 0
Loans on the Register of the Three Fourths Customs 122,526 2 5
Loans on the Exchequer in General repaid out of the Customs 2,000 0 0
Out of the Fourth of the Customs 20,000 0 0
387,626 2 5
To complete 250,000l. borrowed by Act of Parliament on the Three Fourths Temporary Excise 95,573 2 2
Loans by tallies on the Hereditary and one fourth Temporary Excise 120,000 0 0
Register of loans on the two thirds Additional Excise 165,000 0 0
380,573 2 2
Register of loans on the continued impositions on wines, vinegar and tobacco 223,600 7
Register of loans on the new Duties on East India goods 129,768 6 5
Register of loans on the first Twelve Months' Aid 814,094 18
Register of loans on the second Twelve Months' Aid 696,278 4 9
Loans on the Exchequer in General transferred to the Quarterly Poll 139,500 0 0
Loans on the Exchequer in General transferred to the second Twelve Months' Aid 35,500 0 0
£2,806,941 1 6
Leaving a balance not repaid within the time of this account as follows :—
Total loans 3,058,291 18
Total repayments 2,806,941 1 6
Balance unrepaid £251,350 17
T. 30—1.
Booklet III.
Abstracts Of The Accounts Of The Public Revenues, Taxes And Loans From Michaelmas, 1692, To Michaelmas, 1693.
Debtor.
l. s. d.
Remains in cash in the hands of the four Tellers or Receivers of the Great Branches of the Revenue (set out in full under 17 heads, Customs etc., etc.) 246,498 11
Receipts.
l. s. d.
Customs, net 286,607 3
Wines and vinegar 136,323 14 10½
Tobacco, sugar etc. 92,518 4 5
East India goods 148,621 10
Additional impositions 13,293 11 0
Coffee, tea etc. 11,517 10 0
688,881 14
Excise, Hereditary and Temporary, net 393,164 2
Low wines 15,646 9
Arrears of Double Excise 1,953 16
Additional Excise, called double 9d. 280,350 3 11¾
Complements of Excise ending 17 Nov., 1692 154,666 12
Excise for 99 years on the Funds Act 59,078 15 10¼
904,860 0 5
Arrears of Hearthmoney 1,834 6 7
Post Office, net 63,517 7 5
Divers small branches and casualties 60,723 3 11¼
Total revenue receipts £1,719,816 12s. 5d.
Receipts From Taxes.
Present Aid 125 12 9
First Poll 583 3 8
Review and Additional Poll 311 10 0
Second Poll 906 8 9
First Aid of 12d. per £ 931 12
2s. Aid 2,085 4 6
Additional 12d. Aid 1,042 12
First Twelve Months' Aid 312 17 5
Second Twelve Months' Aid 847,055 8
Quarterly Poll—
l. s. d.
First quarter 1,968 18 1
Second quarter 28,596 19 0
Third quarter 143,999 7 11½
Fourth quarter 145,254 15
319,820 0 8
4s. Aid 864,700 4 3
Joint Stocks at 10,804l. 15s. 0d. per quarter 21,609 10 0
Review of the Quarterly Poll 3,314 4 2
Total of taxes or supplies £2,062,798 9s. 0d.
Contributions on the Million Act for survivorship or annuity 581,493 14 2
Balance of loans, less repayments 922,199 3
Total revenue £5,832,806 10
Moneys Borrowed On The Taxes And Exchequer In General.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
On the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 182,667 19 5
On the Exchequer in General, transferred to the Excise 20,000 0 0
202,667 19 5
On the Three Fourths Customs 525,867 16 4
On East India Goods Duties 132,823 8
On the borrowing clauses of the Act for the Quarterly Poll to complete 735,391l. 18s. 5½d., transferred to the 4s. Aid 570,103 4
On the 4s. Aid 1,089,869 6 11¾
On the Exchequer in General, transferred to the 4s. Aid 29,100 0 0
1,118,969 6 11¾
On additional impositions 510,000 0 0
On the Act for continuing several Acts 498,926 12 1
On the credit clauses in the Million Act 528,775 0 0
On the Review of the Quarterly Poll 190,410 0 0
On one fourth Customs per Mr. Knight, paid beforehand 21,884 3
£4,300,427 16
Credit.
Payments to the Navy 1,925,327 18 5
Payments to the Ordnance 380,409 0 0
Payments to the Forces, England 1,953,495 18 7
Payments to the Forces, Ireland 392,852 8
Total £4,652,085 5s. 0½d.
For Civil Affairs.
Cofferer of the Household 109,286 9 0
Treasurer of the Chamber 41,346 6 6
Works 82,411 5
Gardens 7,420 0 0
Great Wardrobe 17,320 4 9
Stables 12,641 19 6
Ambassadors etc. 41,421 10
Sundry fees and salaries 60,586 9
Sundry pensions and annuities 52,004 8
The Queen 52,000 0 0
The Queen Dowager 12,209 15 2
The Prince and Princess of Denmark 49,500 0 0
Royal bounty 33,140 16
Secret service 61,009 5
Band of Pensioners 5,250 0 0
Privy Purse 22,500 0 0
Jewels and plate 3,880 1 2
Contingencies 42,045 4
Total for Civil affairs £696,973 15s. 7d.
Interest Money Paid.
l. s. d.
Loans on—
Three Fourths Customs 318 17 6
One Fourth Customs 864 4 1
Quarter Customs 17,113 6 10
Three Fourths Customs 16,034 6 11
Hereditary and Temporary Excise 7,318 17
Two Thirds Additional Excise 53,418 9 5
4s. Aid 40,900 7 6
First Twelve Months' Aid 3 8 2
Second Twelve Months' Aid 34,436 10 3
East India Goods Duties 21,965 8 9
Continued Impositions 22,456 18 1
Tax on Joint Stocks 554 0 0
4s. per £ 31 13 11
Additional Impositions 1,681 0 0
Contributions on the Million Act 4,371 16 9
Arrears of Hearthmoney 195 1 6
Arrears of the Second Poll 21 3 3
221,685 9 11
Sundries, including 5,137l. 10s. 0d. for the Mint out of Coinage Duty 5,169 3 11½
Divers Remains—
Customs 10,130 6
Excise, Hereditary and Temporary 7,856 7
Low wines 2,161 2
Double Excise 347 11
9d. and double 9d. 10,225 5
Wines and tobacco 3,705 5 1
East India goods 3,507 16
Additional impositions 11,612 11
Excise for 99 years 59,073 15 10½
Hearthmoney 155 4
Post Office 732 12 4
Small branches of the revenue and casualties 427 5 6
Arrears of taxes 632 14
Second Twelve Months' Aid 4,091 14 7
4s. Aid 35,588 9 10½
Review of the Quarterly Poll 200 0 0
Loans on Hereditary and Temporary Excise 724 5 8
Contributions for Survivorship or annuities 63,671 17 5
Loans on the Million Act 300 0 0
Loans on the Review of the Quarterly Poll 20,692 19
Joint Stocks 21,055 10 0
256,892 15
Total £5,832,806 10
Repayments Of Loans.
l. s. d.
Hereditary and Temporary Excise 205,500 0 0
Three Fourths Customs 258,169 0
Imposition on East India goods 125,679 17 0
4s. Aid 759,111 6 10½
4s. Aid, transferred from loans on the Exchequer in General 29,100 0 0
Continued impositions on wines and tobacco 204,256 13 1
Million Act for survivorship or annuities 435,850 0 0
One Fourth Customs repaid to Mr. Knight 18,387 15 3
Quarterly Poll 322,597 4 3
Arrears of Double Excise and Complements of Excise [? transferred to the Quarterly Poll] 25,909 4 1
First Twelve Months' Aid 79 2 6
Second Twelve Months' Aid 852,086 18 9
Two Thirds double 9d. per barrel 141,501 11 3
£3,378,228 13 8
Leaving a balance of loan money unrepaid as follows :
Loans 4,300,427 16
Repayments 3,378,228 13 8
Balance not yet repaid £922,199 3
T. 30—1.
Booklet IV.
The General Abstract Of The Accounts Of The Public Revenue, Taxes And Moneys Borrowed From Michaelmas, 1693, To Michaelmas, 1694.
Debtor.
l. s. d.
Remains in cash at Michaelmas, 1693, in the hands of the four Tellers and Receivers of the Great Branches of the Revenue (details of separate funds) 256,892 15
Receipts.
l. s. d.
Customs (net) 406,987 16
Wines and vinegar 130,281 5
Tobacco 134,899 17 8
East India goods 130,571 4 1
Additional Impositions 39,340 7
Additional Duty on brandy from 1 March, 1693-4 3,458 14
New duties on coffee and tea 2,153 9 0
Tonnage duties from 1 June, 1694 23,240 14
890,933 9
Excise, Hereditary and Temporary (net) 413,053 14
Low wines 13,698 15
Arrears of additional Excise ended 17 Nov., 1691 436 0
Additional Excise (double 9d.) 283,930 11
Complements of Excise, ended 17 Nov., 1692. 2,443 19 5
Ninety-nine years' Excise in first Million Act 141,909 10
Arrears of 9d. per barrel ended 24 July, 1692. 895 11
Salt imposition from 25 March, 1694 9,921 3 8
866,289 6
Arrears of Hearthmoney 1,612 1 10
Post Office revenue (net) 59,972 14 9
Divers small branches of the revenue and casualties 89,435 11
Fines for licensing Hackney coaches 34,500 0 0
Net produce of the Duties on Parchment and Paper from 28 June, 1694, to Michaelmas, 1694 10,048 0 5
2,189,684 0 3
Total revenue £1,932,7 4s. 5¾d.
Taxes Or Supplies.
First Poll 297 5 6
Review and Additional Poll 7 17
Second Poll 1,089 5 6
First 12d. Aid 365 16 0
2s. Aid 2,503 1
Additional 12d. Aid 1,251 10
First Twelve Months' Aid 2,475 7 11½
Second Twelve Months' Aid 6,645 5
First Quarterly Poll 7,528 5
First 4s. Aid 1,039,050 18 9
Joint Stocks, two last quarters 21,609 10 0
Review of First Quarterly Poll 2,208 7
Second 4s. Aid 841,195 6 8
Second Quarterly Poll 145,378 19 10
2,071,006 17 10½
Contributions on the Act for supplying the Deficiency of the first Million Act 118,506 5 10
Contributions on the Salt or Lottery Act for annuities 934,485 17 5
Contributions on clauses in the Bank Act for annuities for one, two or three lives 300,000 0 0
Contributions for the Bank of England in part of 1,200,000l. 600,000 0 0
1,952,992 3 3
Total revenue £6,213,683 1
For this year there is no debit item of balance of loans on the revenue as repayments exceeded borrowings.
Money Borrowed Upon The Revenue, Taxes And Exchequer In General Between Michaelmas, 1693, And Michaelmas, 1694.
l. s. d.
On the One Fourth Customs, per John Knight, paid beforehand 24,282 7
On the Duties on Coffee and Tea, paid beforehand 32 4 4
On the Three Fourths Customs ended 1694, Christmas 6,691 8 10
On the Post Office 14,123 9 2
On the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 410,620 19
On the first 4s. Aid 42,513 11
On the first Million Act 87,104 6 6
On the Review of the first Quarterly Poll 102,917 0 0
On the second 4s. Aid, viz. :
l. s. d.
By loans transferred from the first Million Act 116,916 17 5
By loans transferred from the first Quarterly Poll 293,327 0 0
In loans on the vote of 18 Sept., 1693 400,000 0 0
In general loans made for the Land Forces, transferred 84,133 2 5
In loans on the second 4s. Aid after the Act passed 915,866 17 7
1,810,243 17 5
On the Two Thirds Double 9d. Excise 590 0 0
On the Continued Imposition on wines and tobacco with Joint Stocks 1,073 7 11
On the New Duties on Parchment and Paper 299,480 17
On the Exchequer in General to be repaid out of the second Quarterly Poll 389,128 6
3,188,801 15
Balance of loan money repaid in same time 384,367 12
£3,573,169 8 7
Credit.
Payments to the Navy 2,131,693 17
Payments to the Ordnance 239,317 6 8
Payments to the Forces (England) 2,014,997 18 11¾
Payments to the Forces (Ireland) 104,406 10 6
Payments for Civil affairs—
Cofferer of the Household 99,109 4 0
Treasurer of the Chamber 36,818 16
Wardrobe 15,500 0 0
Robes 7,100 0 0
Works 25,346 10 0
Gardens 9,661 14 8
Stables 13,800 0 0
Ambassadors 26,281 1 8
Fees and salaries [paid at the Exchequer] 83,551 5
The Queen 64,000 0 0
The Queen Dowager 10,709 15 2
Prince and Princess of Denmark 47,000 0 0
Pensions and annuities 55,566 15
Royal bounties 29,714 6 11¼
Secret service 43,606 7
Band of Gentlemen Pensioners 6,000 0 0
Jewels and Plate 5,900 0 0
Rewards to Receivers of Taxes 2,692 6 3
Privy Purse 39,795 0 0
Contingencies 39,987 19
Total for Civil affairs £662,141 2s. 11d.
Interest money, rewards and discounts for loans 319,366 3
Balance of loan money repaid, as per separate account below 384,367 12
Bank of England on 100,000l. per an. out of the Five Sevenths Tonnage Duty 12,000 0 0
Contributions for annuities with survivorship on the first Million Act 12,754 14 3
Contributions for simple annuities on the same Act 98,058 1 11
Mint 7,225 0 0
Tellers' Remains at Michaelmas, 1694, as per details below 227,364 12 9
£6,213,683 1
Remains At Michaelmas, 1694.
On account of—
l. s. d.
Customs 16,663 11
Coffee and tea 784 13 11
Wines and tobacco 1,925 4
East India goods 2,143 10 9
Tonnage of ships 11,240 14
New rates 929 13
Hereditary and Temporary Excise 9,871 18
Low wines 1,572 8
Double Excise 476 8
Double 9d. Excise 8,909 1
Additional 9d. for 99 years 56,763 1 10½
Salt 9,921 3 8
Hearthmoney 67 6
Post Office 752 3 2
Small branches and casualties 5,322 18
First 4s. Aid 1,095 15 1
Joint Stocks 12,134 19 3
Second 4s. Aid 16,113 19 8
Second Quarterly Poll 13,978 19 10
Contributions for annuities 38,684 15 11½
Parchment 7,048 16 4
Loans on Hereditary and Temporary Excise 10,963 7 7
£227,364 12 9
Repayments Or Transfers Of Loan Money.
One Fourth Customs repaid to Mr. Knight 30,634 15
Three Fourths Customs on the Register in course 306,803 10 4
Coffee and tea 32 4 4
Wines and tobacco in course 230,609 4 10
East India goods in course 110,505 9 10½
Additional Impositions or New Rates 30,800 0 0
Hereditary and Temporary Excise in course 268,964 17 8
Two Thirds Excise (the Double 9d. Excise) 145,000 0 0
Post Office 9,123 9 2
Wine Licence revenue in part of 30,000l. 6,000 0 0
Second Twelve Months' Aid 1,461 4 6
First 4s. Aid in course 1,021,930 17
First Million Act in course 63,112 9 1
Second 4s. Aid in course 783,233 17 5
Second Quarterly Poll in course 131,400 0 0
Parchment and Paper in course 2,750 0 0
By transfers of loans from first Million Act to second 4s. Aid 116,916 17 5
Ditto from first Quarterly Poll to second 4s. Aid 293,327 0 0
Ditto from first 4s. Aid to the Parchment Act for the brewers for the Navy 20,563 11
£3,573,169 8 7
T. 30—1.
Booklet V.
General Abstract Of The Accounts Of The Public Revenues, Taxes And Moneys Borrowed.
Michaelmas, 1694—Michaelmas, 1695.
Debit.
l. s. d.
Remains 227,364 12 9
l. s. d.
Customs, net 363,187 18 10¼
Coffee and tea 3,827 13 5
Wine and vinegar 136,728 9
Tobacco 78,687 18
East India goods 161,546 14 3
New additional impositions 44,847 12
Additional 2s. on brandy 8,440 11 5
Tonnage duty, commencing June, 1694 80,906 15 11
878,173 14
Excise, Hereditary and Temporary, net 422,684 2
Low wines 12,454 9
Arrears Double Excise, ended 17 Nov., 1691 215 1 9
Arrears, 21d. and 30d., ended 17 Nov., 1692 380 3 3
Arrears, additional 9d., ended 24 July, 1692 453 19
Double 9d. 298,095 5
9d. per barrel for 99 years 146,400 17 11
Salt 59,068 6
930,752 6
Arrears of Hearthmoney (net) 58 1
Post Office (net) 63,620 10 7
Small branches and casualties 58,026 1
121,704 13 5
£2,157,995 6s. 8¼d.
Receipts From Taxes Or Supplies.
First Poll 14 10 0
First 12d. Aid 37 2 6
2s. Aid 203 5 10
Additional 12d. Aid 101 13
Second Poll 354 1 0
Second Twelve Months' Aid 135 13 5
First Quarterly Poll 489 9 5
First 4s. Aid 7,594 2
Review of first Quarterly Poll 721 5
Second 4s. Aid 1,050,027 4
Second Quarterly Poll 316,299 19 11½
Duties on vellum 44,946 9 11½
Rent of Hackney Coaches 1,400 0 0
Third 4s. Aid 781,212 16 8
2,203,537 14
Contributions on the Salt or Lottery Act 27 0 2
Contributions on the five sevenths Tonnage for the Bank of England 600,000 0 0
Contributions on the Act for Reversionary Annuities 177,448 0 6
777,475 0 8
Balance of borrowings over repayments 1,677,334 9 10¾
Total revenue £6,816,342 11
Borrowings On The Revenue, Taxes And Exchequer In General, 1694, Michaelmas, To 1695, Michaelmas.
l. s. d.
Hereditary and Temporary Excise (besides 30,000l. transferred to the third 4s. Aid) 543,217 16
Post Office (besides 28,092l. 17s. 5d. by tallies of anticipation) 83,665 10
Second Quarterly Poll, being so much transferred from the Exchequer 180,165 13 4
Stamps 24,633 10
Exchequer in General, transferred to the third 4s. Aid 592,006 13 9
Hereditary and Temporary Excise, transferred 30,000 0 0
Third 4s. Aid, including the transfers 1,675,071 12 9
The 300,000l. per an. Customs 1,245,956 5 0
Duties on marriages 551,132 19 9
Duties on coals and glass 388,294 18
The Act for Reversionary Annuities 206,678 11 8
One fourth Customs paid by Mr. Knight 913 5
£5,521,826 16 11¼
Credit.
l. s. d.
Navy 1,890,151 3
Ordnance 416,841 0
Army, England 2,495,694 17
Army, Ireland 63,229 9
Total £4,865,916 11sd.
For Civil Affairs.
l. s. d.
Cofferer of the Household 128,118 16 0
Treasurer of the Chamber 59,616 3 6
Master of the Wardrobe 10,920 11 9
Wardrobe, Queen's funeral 42,844 4 5
Robes 4,000 0 0
Works 26,282 10 11½
Gardens 1,528 4 10
Stables 37,927 15 0
Ambassadors 45,884 0 1
Fees and salaries payable at the Exchequer 68,507 10
Pensions and annuities 59,348 12
The Queen 54,857 14 3
The Queen Dowager 13,709 15 2
Princess of Denmark 53,500 0 0
Band of Gentlemen Pensioners 6,000 0 0
Secret Service 23,430 10 0
Royal bounty 28,932 12
Privy Purse 41,000 0 0
Jewels and plate 15,176 2 10
City impost of wines 197 8 0
Contingents 42,967 9 10¾
764,750 1 10
Paid to the Bank of England on 100,000l. out of five sevenths Tonnage 55,753 12 11
To ditto to make good the deficiency of five sevenths Tonnage for the first year 51,246 7
Annuities paid to divers contributors out of the two sevenths Tonnage 22,954 6 9
Paid to contributors for annuities and survivorship out of the 20d. for 99 years 141,415 12
Paid to William Knight on account for the adventurers on the Million Lottery 25,841 2
Mint 7,907 10 0
Charges and rewards of Receivers of Taxes 1,115 17 4
Tellers remains in cash at Michaelmas, 1695 595,908 7
£6,816,342 11
Statement Of Tellers' Remains, As Above.
l. s. d.
Customs ended 24 Dec., 1694 2,791 1
Customs commencing 26 Dec., 1694 27,036 13
Coffee and tea 2,528 5 8
Wines and tobacco 12,509 6 8
East India goods 6,056 4 8
New additional impositions, 2s. per gallon on brandy 6,491 6 7
Tonnage Duties 13,439 10
Hereditary and Temporary Excise 7,762 17 11¼
Low wines 13 6 8
Arrears of Double Excise and complements of Excise 335 11
Double 9d. per barrel Excise 11,948 9
9d. per barrel for 99 years 61,748 7
Salt 43,148 7 9
Arrears of Hearthmoney 125 7 10¾
Post Office 794 19 10
Small branches and casualties 2,407 8
First 4s. Aid 998 11 10½
Second 4s. Aid 6,454 3
Second Quarterly Poll 12,550 13
Stamps 1,228 15
Third 4s. Aid 32,799 14 7
Loans on Excise 2,990 19 2
Loans on third 4s. Aid 105,552 13 8
Loans on Post Office 8,318 5
Loans on Customs 223,368 6 10
Loans on marriages 578 17 7
Contributions on reversionary annuities 935 0 0
Loans on reversionary annuities 1,000 0 0
£595,908 7
Repayments of Loan Money.
l. s. d.
Hereditary and Temporary Excise 292,944 0 10
Post Office 10,677 8 3
Second Quarterly Poll 317,728 6 3
Stamps 33,762 10 6
Loans on third 4s. Aid, transferred as per contra 622,096 13 0
Third 4s. Aid in course 732,206 13 0
300,000l. per an. Customs 220,000 0 0
Money paid into the Exchequer for reversionary annuities after 1 Aug., 1695 5,500 0 0
Customs detained by Mr. Knight which he had paid in last year and this year on the Customs beforehand 13,057 11 10
One fourth Customs to complete satisfaction of 30,000l. to Mr. Knight 15,000 0 0
Three fourths Customs, which terminated 24 Dec., 1694 70,596 19
Wines and tobacco to complete the late Register of 700,100l 31,633 14
East India goods 145,622 19 8
Continued impositions on wines and tobacco for 500,000l. 145,600 0 0
Wine licences 3,000 0 0
New additional impositions on merchandises and 2s. per gallon on brandy 14,050 0 0
Loans on Stamp Duties transferred from the first 4s. Aid 300 0 0
First 4s. Aid 3,105 2 2
Second 4s. Aid 1,011,290 11
Two thirds double 9d. per barrel in course 156,319 16 7
£3,844,492 7
Balance of borrowings over the repayments within the term of this account £1,677,334 9s. 10¾d.