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'Declared Accounts: Customs', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 9: 1689-1692 (1931), pp. CCXVIII-CCL. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104741 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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Customs And Subsidies Of Tonnage And Poundage.
25th March, 1689, to 29th September, 1689.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Arrears nil, this being his first accompt.
Receipts from Customs and Subsidies of Tonnage and Poundage, etc.
From Sir John Shaw as Receiver of the grand receipt of the Customs Inwards, London port 98,443 17 3
From same as Receiver of the Duty on wines, vinegar and currants 79,269 1
More of him in bonds 5,492 12 4
From Michael Wicks as Receiver of the Duty of goods and merchandizes brought from the Foreign Plantations to London port 83,602 1 6
More of him in bonds 12,334 12
From Simon Morse, Receiver of the Duties payable on goods exported from London port 14,212 2
293,354 7
Bonds received from Richard Kent, the late Customs Cashier 19,387 10 2
From the Outports.
Barnstaple 98 9 8
Bideford 1,795 0
Bristol 15,338 12 1
Boston 665 18 5
Beaumaris 230 0 0
Carlisle 800 11 8
Cowes 2,111 0 0
Chester 1,024 5
Colchester 721 16 10
Chichester 6 2
Dover 5,499 1
Dartmouth 1,030 9 7
Exeter 5,998 18 10
Falmouth 740 11 4
225 12 11
Fowey 146 15
Feversham 10 0 0
Hull 6,978 5
Ipswich 3,132 0 0
Lyme 2,112 0 5
Liverpool 7,068 19 10¼
133 0 0
Lynn Regis 100 0 0
Lancaster 737 9 1
Looe 150 0 0
Milford 235 0 0
Minehead 55 15 2
Newcastle 5,112 7 6
Plymouth 100 0 0
3,254 18
Portsmouth 55 0 0
Poole 82 1
Rochester 60 0 0
Stockton 1,622 11
Sunderland 298 2
Southampton 857 7
Sandwich 41 14
Truro 50 0
Weymouth 390 0 0
Whitehaven 1,285 18
Whitby 50 0 0
Yarmouth 2,979 3
73,385 3
From the Foreign Plantations.
From Henry Carpenter and Thomas Belchamber, Collectors of Customs in Antigua 20 0 0
From Edwin Steed, Collector in Barbados 500 0 0
From Thomas Lambe, Collector at Jamaica 37 3 10
557 3 10
Total charge £386,684 4 9
Discharge.
Salaries and entertainments of the Commissioners and officers of London port 9,482 2 4
Patent officers, London port 2,514 13 4
Outports officers 1,003 8 4
Pensions and annuities charged on the Customs 2,509 3 1
Rent and other payments by immediate warrant 2,146 16 7
Sundry incident and contingent charges 9,815 16 8
Allowances for damage and defective goods and over entries 4,010 11
Allowances on bills of portage 1,474 18
Repayments in debenture for Half Subsidy and Additional Duty and exportation of corn 22,044 18 0
Repayments in debentures payable out of the New Impositions on silks and linens 1,285 0
Total of payments and allowances 56,287 8
Payments into the Exchequer, detailed 301,820 0 0
Total discharge £358,107 8
Surplusage 260l. 11s. 11d.
Remains due to the Crown on Customs bonds remaining in the custody of this accomptant at the close of this accompt £28,837 7 10½
Declared 4th September, 1690.
Coinage Duty.
25th March, 1689, to 29th September, 1689.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Remains nil (first account).
Receipts, London port
.
From Sir John Shaw 9,703 0 0
Outports.
l. s. d.
Barnstaple 14 0
Bideford 31 5
Bridgwater 44 0 1
Cowes 139 17 10
Carlisle 0 3 4
Exeter 159 10 10
Feversham 4 4
Falmouth 28 15 0
Fowey 40 0 0
Hull 173 11 11½
Ipswich 115 0 0
Lynn 144 19 0
Lancaster 31 14 0
Liverpool 95 1
Milford 12 13 4
Newhaven 76 0 0
Newcastle 127 15 4
Portsmouth 45 4 0
Penzance 34 15 0
Poole 6 14
33 18
Plymouth 18 14
Padstow 4 9 11
Rochester 59 13 9
5 13 1
9 2 9
Southampton 117 3
Swansea 19 15
Sunderland 0 9 2
Sandwich 23 0
Truro 12 2 3
Weymouth 8 5
Yarmouth 100 0 0
1,716 0 0
Total charge £11,419 0 8
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Repayments on debentures in London port 47 8 10½
Repayments for damaged goods and over entries 34 18 8
Allowance of 4d. per pound to this accomptant and to Giles Lytcott, Comptroller General of Customs, 190l. 6s. 4d. each 380 12 8
Payments into the Exchequer 11,000 0 0
Total discharge £11,463 0
Surplusage 43l. 19s. 6½d.
Declared 25th July, 1692.
Wines And Vinegar,
as by 1 James II.
25th March, 1689, to 29th September, 1689.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears Remains.
Bonds in the hands of Richard Kent, late Receiver 4,744 15
l. s. d.
Receipts, London port.
From Sir John Shaw 57,868 1
From same in bonds 30,161 15 10
88,029 17 4
Outports.
Barnstaple 87 14
Bideford 105 5 10
Boston 262 9 9
Bristol 1,000 0 0
Cowes 698 11 6
Chester 37 15 8
Colchester 255 10 11½
Carlisle 1 0 6
Dover 868 10 0
Dartmouth 120 0 0
Deal 15 6 9
Exeter 1,784 4 4
Falmouth 160 0 0
Feversham 75 0
Fowey 270 17
Hull 1,770 0 0
Ipswich 786 10 0
Lyme 202 15 9
Liverpool 367 2 11¾
220 1 0
Lynn 100 0 0
Lancaster 33 6 8
Looe 50 0 0
Minehead 80 0 0
Milford 366 15 11
Newcastle 799 2 4
Newhaven 505 13
Plymouth 6 14
237 7
Portsmouth 341 6 8
Poulton 160 0 0
Poole 41 0 1
Rochester 23 12
Sunderland 1 6 0
Whitehaven 17 4 0
Yarmouth 1,666 8 2
Poole 235 12
Southampton 573 1
Weymouth 230 0 0
14,881 4 3
Total charge £107,655 16 11½
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage of Richard Kent, last Receiver General 0 0
Repayments for damaged wines and over entries, London port 2,513 14 1
Payments into the Exchequer 71,564 12
Total discharge £74,078 7 1
l. s. d.
Remains 33,577 9 10½
Against which in bonds 33,569 10 9
Remains £7 19
Declared 4th September, 1690.
Tobacco And Sugars.
25th March, 1689, to 29th September, 1689.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears.
Bonds taken by Richard Kent, late Receiver General 1,698 17 9
Receipts, London port.
From Michaell Wicks 50,973 0 5
Outports.
l. s. d.
Barnstaple 17 7
Beaumaris 56 7 8
Bideford 1,170 11
Bristol 21,000 0 0
Chester 1,702 5 4
Colchester 12 3
Cowes 444 17 5
Dartmouth 360 0 0
Dover 54 7 1
Exeter 2,097 1 7
Falmouth 350 0 0
105 0 0
Fowey 3 8
Hull 350 0 0
Lancaster 471 16 3
Liverpool 5,624 11
490 18
Lyme 1,345 2 1
Milford 208 1 7
Newcastle 420 18 4
Plymouth 359 1
1,232 4 8
Poole 328 0 0
98 18
Portsmouth 15 17
Southampton 0 7 0
Stockton 122 0 10
Whitehaven 132 0 0
38,373 8
Total charge £91,045 6
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage of last accomptant 15 1 4
Repayments on debentures for re-exports 2,957 3
Ditto for damaged and defective goods 438 17
Payments into the Exchequer 85,958 7 8
Total discharge £89,369 9 8
l. s. d.
Remains 1,675 16
Against which in bonds 1,698 17 9
Surplusage £23 1
Declared 24th September, 1690.
Silks And Linens (New Impositions).
25th March, 1689, to 29th September, 1689.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil (this being his first account).
Receipts, London port.
Of Sir John Shaw by Henry Overall, Receiver of the said Duties 19,091 4
Outports.
l. s. d.
Dover 532 10 2
Dartmouth 170 0 0
Bideford 37 11
Chester 0 18 0
Chichester 28 6 8
Exeter 832 0 0
Fowey 368 18
Falmouth 124 7 1
Ipswich 140 0 0
Looe 100 0 0
Lyme 1,535 17
Liverpool 3 11 11¾
Plymouth 320 12 2
21 0
Poole 12 13 3
Southampton 570 10 10¾
Stockton 0 10 0
Truro 50 0 10
Weymouth 294 18 2
Poole 146 17 6
10,061 5
Total charge £29,152 9 11
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage of Richard Kent, last accomptant 0 0 3
Money paid into the Exchequer 29,152 10 0
Total discharge £29,152 10 3
Surplusages 4d.
Declared 4th September, 1690.
Customs And Subsidies Of Tonnage And Poundage.
29th September, 1689, to 29th September, 1690.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears on bonds and obligations 28,837 7 10½
Receipts from the Customs, London port.
From Sir John Shaw, Receiver of the Grand Receipt of the Customs Inwards 145,078 14
From Same as Receiver of the Duties on wines, vinegar and currants 62,229 18 8
From Michael Wicks, Receiver of the Duties on goods and merchandizes brought from their Majesties' Foreign Plantations into London port 36,468 5 0
More from the said Wicks on bonds 2,883 12 2
From Simon Morse, Receiver of the Duties payable on exports from said port 38,956 16 6
l. s. d.
From the Outports.
Bideford 491 9 0
Bristol 32,390 9
Boston 232 7 4
Carlisle 623 9 1
Chester 339 0 0
Colchester 83 19
Cowes 187 0 0
Exeter 7,358 4
Falmouth 281 17
76 13
40 0 0
Hull 5,559 17 7
284 18
Ipswich 3,598 10 2
Liverpool 1,220 9 6
Lancaster 649 6
Newcastle 4,112 6
Newhaven 116 6
Penzance 83 17
Plymouth 4,102 19 0
Portsmouth 115 10 10
185 2 9
Rochester 200 0 0
Sunderland 354 11 9
Stockton 1,166 8
Whitehaven 200 0 0
Yarmouth 476 9 0
64,531 3
From the Foreign Plantations.
From Thomas Steede, collector at Barbados 430 0 0
From John Paine, collector at Patuxent in Maryland 71 17 9
From William, late collector in Virginia 31 10 9
533 8 6
Total charge £379,509 0
Discharge.
Salaries and entertainments of Commissioners and officers, London 20,875 8 2
Patent officers, London port 5,466 0 0
Fees and rewards of officers in the outports 2,216 11 10
Pensions, annuities and other annual allowances 5,594 5 0
Rent and other accidental payments and allowances 6,996 14 9
Incident charges and disbursements 19,686 6 6
60,835 6 3
Allowances for damaged goods, over entries, postage and repayments on debenture allowances for damaged goods 4,951 10 0
Allowances upon bills of portage 2,099 2
Repayments of half subsidy and additional Duty 51,059 9
Repayments on debentures payable out of the new imposition on silks 13,773 8 1
71,883 9 8
Payments into the Exchequer, detailed 237,206 19 10
Surplusage 260 11 11
Total discharge £370,186 7 8
l. s. d.
Remains 9,322 13
Against which due to the Crown on sundry bonds and obligations remaining in the custody of this accomptant at the close of this accompt 12,169 6
And so this accomptant is surplusage £2,846 13
Declared 12th July, 1692.
Coinage Duty.
29th September, 1689, to 29th September, 1690.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil (being in surplus).
Receipts, London port.
From Sir John Shaw 3,931 10 10
Outports.
l. s. d.
Barnstaple 3 3 6
Bideford 7 8
Hull 14 4 8
Colchester 19 1 3
Liverpool 54 4
Newcastle 22 14
Newhaven 27 7 2
Plymouth 311 11
Weymouth 31 6 0
Whitby 0 6 11
Yarmouth 30 0 0
521 8 1
Total charge £4,452 18 11
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Repayment in debentures 118 14
Repayments on damaged goods, etc. 19 4
Allowances to this accomptant 74 4 0
Allowances to Giles Lytcott, Comptroller 74 4 0
Payments into the Exchequer 4,122 2
Surplusage of last account 43 19
Total discharge £4,452 8 11
Remains, 10s.
Declared 15th December, 1692.
Wines And Vinegar.
From 29th September, 1689, to 29th September, 1690.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears.
Remains 7 19
Bonds 33,569 10 9
Receipts, London port.
From Sir John Shaw 54,518 4 10
Outports.
l. s. d.
Barnstaple 55 2 9
Bideford 134 10 0
Bristol 1,000 0 0
Boston 180 0 0
Chichester 0 0
Colchester 4 5
Dartmouth 20 0 0
Exeter 2,574 15
Falmouth 78 5
Hull 15 10 9
137 0 0
Newcastle 31 17
Newhaven 33 16 3
Penzance 38 18 7
Plymouth 2,525 10 10
Poole 274 0
Portsmouth 120 0 0
Truro 50 0 0
Yarmouth 120 0 0
7,373 18
Total charge £95,469 8 9
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Repayments for damaged and over-entered and defective wares 3,521 1 0
Paid into the Exchequer 75,621 18
Total discharge £79,142 19
l. s. d.
Remains 16,326 9
Against which due on bonds 16,474 3 7
Surplusage £147 14
Declared 12th July, 1692.
Tobacco And Sugar.
From 29th September, 1689, to 29th September, 1690.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears 1,698 15 9
Receipts, London port.
From Michael Wicks 44,479 11 9
Outports.
l. s. d.
Barnstaple 15 8 11
Bideford 1,075 19 0
Bristol 22,312 17 3
Chester 309 11
Dartmouth 190 0 0
Exeter 1,230 0 0
Falmouth 593 15
67 17 10¾
Hull 296 0 0
Liverpool 1,627 10 4
Lancaster 2,092 0 10¼
Newcastle 5 9
Penzance 12 9 9
Stockton 760 0 0
Whitehaven 460 0 0
Falmouth 60 0 0
Poole 100 19
31,209 19
Total charge £77,388 8
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage of last account 23 1
l. s. d.
Repayments on re-exports on debentures, London port 3,126 17
Ditto on damaged goods, etc. 282 2 3
3,408 14
Payments into the Exchequer 73,601 4
£77,033 0
l. s. d.
Remains 355 8
Whereof due on bonds 174 6 3
Remains £181 2
Declared 12th July, 1692.
Silks And Linens.
29th September, 1689, to 29th September, 1690.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil (being in surplusage).
Receipts, London port.
From Sir John Shaw 12,869 0 0
Outports.
l. s. d.
Barnstaple 0 6 10½
Dartmouth 19 0 0
Dover 301 0 0
Exeter 370 0 0
Falmouth 20 0 0
Ipswich 685 15 0
Newcastle 22 0 11½
Portsmouth 42 9 6
Poole 57 10 0
Penzance 15 7 11
Newhaven 0 15 10¼
Truro 50 0 0
1,613 8
Total charge £14,482 8
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage 0 0 4
Payments into the Exchequer 14,146 6 4
Total discharge £14,146 6 8
Remains 336l. 1s.5¼d.
Declared 12th July, 1692.
Customs And Subsidies Of Tonnage And Poundage.
29th September, 1690, to 29th September, 1691.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears.
Remains of last account of cash and money 12,109 6
Receipts from the Customs, London port.
l. s. d.
From Sir John Shaw, Receiver of the Grand Receipt of the Customs Inwards 234,594 4 2
From ditto as Receiver of Duties on wines, vinegar and currants 76,604 11 8
From ditto in bonds 1,856 0
From Michael Wickes, Receiver of Duties of Plantation goods 111,052 10 0
From ditto in bonds 29,605 6
From Simon Morse, Receiver of Duties on exports from London 39,511 18 3
493,224 11 0
Outports and Foreign Plantations.
l. s. d.
Bristol 12,942 16 10
100 0 0
Bideford 491 8 9
146 3
Beaumaris 222 13
Belfast in Ireland 284 14 0
Bridgwater 12 10 11
Berwick 200 0 0
Barnstaple 165 3 4
Edwin Steed, collector at Barbados 516 16 8
Chester 490 13 11
Carlisle 425 0 0
653 7 2
Colchester 124 0 0
Dartmouth 307 16 4
Exeter 5,805 8
Falmouth 15 0 0
Hull 11,372 18 0
Ipswich 2,039 3 4
Thomas Lamb, collector at Jamaica 128 12 2
Liverpool 3,871 4
150 4
Lyme 559 15 0
18 6 4
Lancaster 579 0 0
Newcastle 4,891 18
Plymouth 5,466 11
Portsmouth 39 15 3
Penzance 7 9 7
Penryn 200 0 0
Sunderland 1,194 10 1
Stockton 4,112 17 3
Ralph Wormely, collector at Virginia 26 0 6
Whitehaven 2,290 0 0
Weymouth 100 0 0
Yarmouth 1,602 18 5
7 7
61,557 4
Total charge £566,951 2
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Salaries and entertainments of the Commissioners and officers of London port 21,073 18 6
Fees etc. of patent officers of London port 5,455 13 4
Ditto, outports 1,997 16 1
Pensions, annuities and other annual allowances out of the Customs 5,097 15 0
Rent and other accidental payments and allowances 4,579 1 6
Incidents 19,432 11 7
Total of payments and allowances £57,637 4 0
Allowances for damaged goods 7,472 0 0
Ditto on bills of portage 2,717 8 11
Repayment of half subsidy and additional Duty for export of corn 61,379 12 4
Repayments on debentures on the new imposition on silks etc. 8,318 4
Payments into the Exchequer 400,741 17 (fn. 1) 3½
Surplus of last account 2,846 13
Total discharge £541,112 12
l. s. d.
Remains—in bonds 25,836 6 0
In money 2 3 0
Wines And Vinegar.
September 29th, 1690, to September 29th, 1691.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil (he being in surplus).
Bonds taken by Sir John Shaw in London port as Receiver of this Duty. 16,474 3 7
Receipts, London port 101,253 15
Outports.
l. s. d.
Barnstaple 10 4
Bideford 49 4
Bristol 3,000 0 0
Bridgwater 67 9 1
Chester 39 19 11
Colchester 2 1
Dartmouth 650 0 0
Deal 670 0 0
Exeter 3,167 8 10
Hull 90 10 5
Ipswich 107 1 11
Lancaster 173 12 1
Liverpool 6 3
Lyme 28 8 2
Newcastle 103 0
Newhaven 0 0
Penzance 1 14
Plymouth 411 17
Penryn 175 0 0
43 14
Southampton 196 5 0
Weymouth 20 0 0
Whitehaven 12 0 0
Yarmouth 493 6 6
110,772 17 6
Total charge £127,247 1 1
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage of last account 147 14
Repayments for damaged, over-entered and defective wines 6,614 19
Payments into the Receipt 916,232 7 0
£98,395 0 9
l. s. d.
Remains 28,852 0 4
Against which due on bonds 28,999 14
Surplus 147 14
Tobacco And Sugar.
29th September, 1690, to 29th September, 1691.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears (Thomas Fox) 355 8
Receipts, London port.
From Michael Wicks 66,730 7 6
Outports.
l. s. d.
Barnstaple 0 4
Bideford 151 1
1,246 10
Bristol 14,374 16 10
Beaumaris 151 11 11¼
Exeter 1,621 8 4
Falmouth 463 7
Hull 756 0 0
Lyme 2,086 16 0
Liverpool 7,385 7 6
1,201 8 8
973 6 11
Lancaster 1,579 0 0
Lyme 0 12 4
29 10
Newcastle 265 12
Portsmouth 35 4 6
Penzance 1 0 3
Poole 200 0 0
Plymouth 386 13
92 10
Stockton 1,342 12 1
Whitehaven 538 4 2
Weymouth 125 0 0
35,008 0 11½
Total charge £102,093 17
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Repayments on debentures 7,955 7 9
Ditto on damaged and defective goods 212 2 3
Payments into the Exchequer 93,604 6 3
£101,771 16 3
l. s. d.
Remains 322 0 10¼
Whereof depending on bonds 174 6 3
Remains 147 14
Declared 25th July, 1692.
Silks And Linens.
September 29th, 1690, to September 29th, 1691.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Remains 336 1
Money received for the New Impositions on Silks, Linens, etc.
l. s. d.
London 100,786 5 0
Barnstaple 117 16 9
Bideford 381 18 2
Chester 118 2 11
Cowes 1 5 9
Carlisle 485 2 10
Exeter 1,012 16
Hull 2,525 3 9
Ipswich 1,955 12 0
Looe 0 1 6
Liverpool 457 9
Lyme 157 18 6
Lynn 730 0 0
Minehead 127 12 0
Newcastle 570 16
Newhaven 0 0
Plymouth 235 9
Penryn 120 0 0
16 5
Stockton 457 14 2
Sunderland 36 11 11¾
110,409 3
Total charge £110,745 5 0
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Payments into the Exchequer 110,745 5 0
Even and quit.
Customs And Subsidies Of Tonnage And Poundage.
29th September, 1691, to 29th September, 1692.
l. s. d.
Arrears.
Money and bonds in hands of Thomas Fox, late Cashier, and Michael Wickes and Sir John Shaw 25,838 9 9
l. s. d.
Receipts, London port.
From Sir John Shaw for the Grand Receipt, Inwards 202,001 19 4
From same for wines, vinegar and currants 95,818 10 11½
From same in bonds 1,076 5
From Michael Wickes for Duties on goods brought from the Plantations 157,472 0 0
From same in bonds 28,937 3 10
From Simon Morse for Duties on exports 52,829 18 4
From Daniel Ford, Husband of the Plantation goods 36 4 2
538,162 1 8
Outports.
Barnstaple 418 0 9
24 6 10½
Beaumaris 306 0
Berwick 40 0 0
Bideford 4,136 10 10
Bristol 30,016 3 5
Carlisle 1,206 9 0
352 11
Chester 420 17
Colchester 12 0 0
Exeter 8,013 18 2
Falmouth 8 0
Fowey 168 13 2
Hull 11,678 7 4
Ipswich 3,469 3 0
Lancaster 430 0 0
Liverpool 6,849 13 10½
Lyme 730 0 0
408 9 11
Newcastle 3,990 15
Penzance 72 6
Plymouth 3,089 2 6
Rochester 5 5 9
Stockton 1,913 16
Sunderland 2,556 8
Whitehaven 1,055 14 0
Weymouth 785 7 11½
30 0 0
Yarmouth 690 0 0
82,910 14
Foreign Plantations.
From Col. Edwin Steed, collector at Barbados 1,000 0 0
From Henry Carpenter and Thomas Belchamber, collectors at Antigua 107 7 0
From William Cole, one of the collectors in Virginia 51 0 10½
From John Page, another collector there 6 10 8
From Ralph Wormley, another collector there 25 1 9
1,190 0
Money received for compositions for fines 1,254 1 9
Total charge £649,855 7 10¼
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Salaries and entertainments of the Commissioners and officers of the Customs, London port 26,191 2 6
Fees and allowances to patent officers, London port 5,423 13 4
Fees and rewards to several officers of the outports 1,813 7 10
Pensions, annuities and other annual allowances 6,665 16 2
House rent, allowances to several officers of the Exchequer and other incidental payments and allowances 4,067 8 6
Incident charges and disbursements 21,384 5 3
Allowances for damaged goods, over-entries, portage and repayments on debentures for damaged and defective goods 8,896 3
On portage bills 2,478 4 2
Repayments of half subsidy and Additional Duty and for exportation of corn 74,391 8 10½
Payments on debentures payable out of the new imposition upon silks etc. 15,294 12
Payments into the Exchequer 468,781 17 11
Total discharge £635,388 0
l. s. d.
Remains 14,467 7
Against which due on bonds 15,025 13 1
Leaving the accomptant in surplusage £558 5
Coinage.
September 29th, 1691, to September 29th, 1692.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil (being in surplusage).
Receipts, London port.
From Sir John Shaw 7,017 12
Outports.
l. s. d.
Beaumaris 0 2 6
Bideford 13 0
Barnstaple 1 19
Bristol 356 8
Chester 16 17 5
Exeter 106 18 9
Dartmouth 20 0 0
Fowey 1 17
Falmouth 26 7
Hull 30 11 1
Ipswich 6 11 6
Liverpool 0 11
Newcastle 8 9 0
Plymouth 103 11
Rochester 11 6 8
Sandwich 2 7 11
Southampton 1 1 7
Whitehaven 21 8 3
Weymouth 16 0 0
Yarmouth 110 0 0
856 10 5
Total charge £7,874 2
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage 0 0 3
Repayments on debentures, London port 82 17 7
Repayments on damaged goods and over-entries 51 13
Allowances to this accomptant et al. 262 9 4
Payments into the Receipt 7,300 0 0
£7,697 0
Remains 177l. 1s. 11d.
Wines And Vinegar.
29th September, 1691, to 29th September, 1692.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Remains nil (being in surplusage).
In bonds 28,999 14 11½
Receipts, London port.
From Sir John Shaw 124,345 14 2
Outports.
l. s. d.
Barnstaple 37 10
25 10 10¼
Bideford 234 4
Bristol 8,799 0 0
Chester 283 3
Colchester 12 6 2
Exeter 1,776 12 6
Fowey 21 1 2
Hull 178 14 2
Lancaster 106 3
Lyme 40 0 0
111 10 1
Lynn 610 0 0
Newcastle 67 2
Portsmouth 125 5
Poole 25 0 0
Plymouth 1,373 0 10
Padstow 10 15
Rochester 191 12
Stockton 0 16 8
Whitehaven 257 18
Weymouth 127 17 6
Yarmouth 260 0
14,675 5 0
Total charge £168,020 14
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage of last account 147 14
Repayments for damaged, over-entered and defective wines 6,827 7 6
Payments into the Exchequer 133,712 11 1
Total discharge £140,687 12 11½
l. s. d.
Remains 27,333 1 2
Whereof in bonds 27,480 15
Surplus £147 14
Declared 23rd September, 1693.
Tobacco And Sugars.
29th September, 1691, to 29th September, 1692.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Remains 317 0 10½
Receipts, London port.
From Michael Wicks 116,824 19 5
Outports.
l. s. d.
Barnstaple 80 12
60 0 0
Bideford 1,335 3
Beaumaris 13 13
Bristol 44,291 10 0
Chester 508 11 11¾
Cowes 339 11 4
Exeter 1,350 0 0
Falmouth 746 0 0
Fowey 201 18
Hull 519 0 0
Ipswich 35 10 0
Lancaster 1,457 16 11½
Liverpool 9,186 15
Newcastle 1,209 7
Penzance 53 10 11½
Lyme 1,537 12 9
Plymouth 1,068 15
Portsmouth 51 9
Stockton 549 9 9
Whitehaven 827 10
Weymouth 1,883 10
67,307 10 0
Total charge £184,454 10
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Repayments in debentures and for damaged goods and overentries 19,747 12
Payments into the Exchequer 164,384 17
£184,132 9 8
l. s. d.
Remains 322 0
Whereof in bonds 174 6 3
Remains 147 14
Declared 23rd September, 1693.
Silks And Linens.
29th September, 1691, to 29th September, 1692.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil : even and quit.
Receipts, London port.
From Sir John Shaw 130,565 18 5
Outports.
l. s. d.
Barnstaple 169 11 1
Bideford 308 5
Beaumaris 14 2 11¾
Carlisle 835 0 0
62 8 11¼
Cowes 1 5 9
Fowey 56 0
Exeter 3,557 6 3
Chester 117 4 10¼
Hull 4,084 11 4
Ipswich 2,852 9 8
Liverpool 83 8 4
Lyme 100 0 0
Lynn 352 15 0
520 0 0
Newcastle 168 11 11
Plymouth 1,208 15 11¼
Portsmouth 513 5 10¾
Poulton 1 6
Padstow 1 8
Stockton 127 16
Sunderland 77 1
Yarmouth 820 0 0
17,032 16
Total charge £147,598 14
Discharge
l. s. d.
Payments into the Exchequer 147,598 15 0
Surplusage 0l. 0s. 3¼d.
Declared September 23rd, 1693.
Customs And Subsidies Of Tonnage And Poundage.
29th September, 1692, to 29th September, 1693.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil (being in surplus).
Bonds 15,025 13 1
Receipts, London port.
l. s. d.
From Sir John Shaw, of the Grand Receipt Inwards 149,879 17 2
From same for wines, vinegar and currants 103,504 15 11
From same in bonds 6,156 3 10
From same for new Duty on coffee and tea 11,517 10 0
From Michael Wicks for Duties on goods from the Plantations 70,689 0 0
From same in bonds 32,894 0 9
From Simon Morse for Duties on exports 40,549 18 10
415,191 6 6
Outports.
Barnstaple 15 10 0
Bideford 674 16 0
Bristol 10,610 0 0
Beaumaris 104 16 8
Berwick 345 15 0
115 15 10¾
Boston 260 0 0
Belfast 23 18 7
Carlisle 1,160 1 0
Chester 683 11
Colchester 1,552 12
Exeter 8,343 13 11
Harwich 50 0 0
Hull 6,361 7 1
Ipswich 1,689 6 9
Kinsale 260 0 0
Liverpool 6,761 7
Lyme 52 15 3
Lynn 20 0 0
Lancaster 277 4
Newcastle 6,181 10 10¾
1,874 11 6
Plymouth 2,679 2
Portsmouth 1,982 5 3
Penryn 93 5
80 0 0
Penzance 18 0 4
Southampton 192 2 9
Stockton 2,718 0
Sunderland 2,111 1
Whitehaven 1,636 11 10
Weymouth 83 15 9
Whitby 100 0 0
Yarmouth 20 0 0
59,132 19 10½
From Sir Edwin Stede, collector at Barbados 1,346 4 2
From Jahaleel Brenton, collector in New England 1 4 2
From William Cole, one of the collectors in Virginia 9 13 0
From Edward Jennings, another collector there 12 0
From Edward Hall, another collector there 24 7
From John Hare, another collector there 18 10 0
From Thomas Belchamber, collector in Antigua 242 0 0
1,653 19 6
Total charge £491,003 18 11½
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Salaries to the Commissioners and officers in London port 15,637 13 1
Allowances to the patent officers in London port 5,584 13 4
Patent officers in the outports 2,231 9 3
Annuities, pensions and other allowances 4,757 16
House rent, allowances to officers of the Exchequer and other incidental payments 8,706 2 7
Incident charges and disbursements 21,567 5
Allowances for damaged and defective goods 10,121 17
Porterage 2,126 19 9
Repaid upon debentures 107,018 11
Payments into the Exchequer 297,548 5
Surplusage of last account 558 5
Total discharge £475,859 0
l. s. d.
Remains 15,144 18
Against which due on bonds 13,614 17
Remains £1,530 1
Coinage Duty.
29th September, 1692, to 29th September, 1693.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Remains 177 1 11
Receipts, London port.
Of Sir John Shaw 7,468 6 8
Outports.
l. s. d.
Barnstaple 0 19 8
0 2 8
Bideford 4 15 8
0 7 0
Deal 0 5 1
Exeter 40 0 0
Fowey 12 0
Hull 4 16
Lancaster 6 19
0 3 9
Lynn 35 6 5
Lyme 5 2 10
7 16 7
Padstow 2 15 7
Penryn 34 16 1
9 15 4
Penzance 13 18 10
Plymouth 38 7
Poole 0 8 4
Poulton 0 5 0
Rochester 3 4 1
Southampton 7 0
Stockton 0 13 10
Whitehaven 13 1 7
4 16 7
Weymouth 0 4 11
1 14
Yarmouth 40 0 0
289 18
Total charge £7,935 6
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Payments on debentures in London port 44 15 2
Ditto on damaged goods and over-entries 89 6 0
Allowances to this accomptant et al. 258 12 0
Payments into the Exchequer 6,500 0 0
£6,887 13 2
Remains 1,042l. 13s. 5¼d.
Wines And Vinegar.
29th September, 1692, to 29th September, 1693.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Remains nil (being in surplusage).
In bonds 27,480 15
Receipts, London port.
From Sir John Shaw 148,710 10 11
Outports.
l. s. d.
Barnstaple 20 15
Bideford 4 12 11¼
Beaumaris 49 7 3
Bristol 1,000 0 0
Chester 120 12
Colchester 1 5
Dartmouth 100 0 0
Exeter 1,635 8 6
Falmouth 500 0 0
Hull 166 13 10
Ipswich 19 10 0
Lyme 30 0 0
Lynn 592 5 9
285 15
Lancaster 3 9 3
Liverpool 536 10
Newcastle 119 10 10¾
Plymouth 378 17
Poulton 3 16
Penryn 89 1 11¾
83 0 0
Poole 7 13
Penzance 96 3
Rochester 9 6
Whitehaven 28 17
108 4 3
Weymouth 25 8
9 14
Yarmouth 430 4 6
6,456 6
Total charge £182,647 7 11¼
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage 147 14
Overpayments for damaged, over-entered and defective wines 9,788 18 6
Payments into the Exchequer 133,595 9
Total discharge £143,532 2 2
l. s. d.
Remains 39,115 5
Of which in bonds 39,263 0 3
Surplus £147 14
Declared 13th October, 1694.
Tobacco And Sugars.
29th September, 1692, to 29th September, 1693.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears 322 0
Receipts, London port.
From Michael Wicks 58,009 6 0
Outports.
l. s. d.
Barnstaple 389 16 10½
Bideford 289 11 2
1,110 5 0
Bristol 5,000 0 0
Chester 19 15
Exeter 1,348 5 5
Falmouth 1,316 3 8
Hull 755 7 0
Ipswich 52 7 8
Lyme 415 0 0
25 2
Lancaster 189 7 3
1,421 13 11
Liverpool 7,062 4
Newcastle 818 7
196 13 3
Plymouth 3,199 13 1
Penryn 100 0 0
Poole 596 12
Rochester 11 17 6
Stockton 602 17
Weymouth 738 9
3 0
Whitehaven 2,446 15
194 17 0
Yarmouth 20 0 0
28,324 3
Total charge £86,655 9
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Repayments for re-exports and damaged goods and over-entries 10,716 19
Payments into the Exchequer 75,611 9 6
Total discharge £86,333 9
l. s. d.
Remains 322 0
Whereof in bonds 174 6 3
Remains £147 14
Declared 13th October, 1694.
Silks And Linens.
29th September, 1692, to 29th September, 1693.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil (being in surplusage).
Receipts, London port.
From Sir John Shaw 124,643 13 4
Outports.
l. s. d.
Barnstaple 157 14 4
Beaumaris 8 15 0
Berwick 143 6
Bideford 43 14
Bristol 4,515 0 0
Carlisle 1,072 15 6
Chester 96 9 10¼
Colchester 350 0 0
Dartmouth 542 1
Exeter 2,494 14 2
Falmouth 255 9
Hull 3,126 13
Ipswich 4,546 3 3
Liverpool 335 1 8
Lancaster 33 8 11½
Lyme 3 9 5
Lynn 1,119 8
Minehead 50 0 0
Newcastle 1,969 18 11¾
Penzance 35 2
Plymouth 474 1 4
Poole 1 5 5
Portsmouth 691 1 8
Rochester 30 0 0
Stockton 387 15
Sunderland 50 16 4
Weymouth 0 0
Carlisle 50 0 0
Lynn 49 4
Harwich 100 0 0
Newcastle 573 10
Yarmouth 460 0 0
23,787 3 2
Total charge £148,430 16 6
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage on last account 0 0
Payments into the Exchequer 148,430 16
£148,430 16 11¾
Surplusage 5¾d.
Declared 13th October, 1694.
Customs And Subsidies Of Tonnage And Poundage.
29th September, 1693, to 29th September, 1694.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears 15,144 18
l. s. d.
Receipts, London port.
Of Sir John Shaw for the Grand Receipt 158,746 18 7
Of same for wines, vinegar and currants 131,234 3 6
Of same in bonds 16,530 6 10
Of same for new Duty on coffee and tea 2,171 13 11
Of Michaell Wickes for Duties on Plantation goods 10,277 0 0
Of ditto in bonds 2,129 9
Of same for the new Duty on coffee and tea 191 0 0
Of Henry Wolstenholme, present Receiver, for Duties on Plantation goods 103,212 6 11
Of same in bonds 92 4 0
Of Sir Nicholas Crispe for Duties on exports 44,059 2
506,037 8 10
Outports.
Bideford 203 8 10
365 0 0
Bristol 25,791 11 9
Beaumaris 100 0 0
Berwick 373 8
Boston 80 0 0
Colchester 400 0 0
Carlisle 788 2 6
68 0 0
Chester 224 16 5
1,073 12
Cowes 500 0 0
Dartmouth 40 5
Exeter 8,215 11 2
Fowey 125 0 0
Hull 1,541 19
8,389 7
Harwich 1,550 0 0
Ipswich 800 0 0
Lyme 415 0 0
22 14 9
23 9
Liverpool 8,992 7 11
Lancaster 938 0
55 0
Milford 44 13 9
Minehead 100 0 0
Newcastle 215 0 0
2,333 16 10½
1,189 8 3
Plymouth 5,162 19 10
Portsmouth 182 3 4
Padstow 50 0 0
97 15
Poulton 8 11 6
Penryn 23 8 11¾
St. Ives 57 2
Sunderland 2,606 8 6
Stockton 3,556 0
Whitehaven 3,032 4 10
Yarmouth 647 6 3
80,378 16
From Ireland.
Collector at Cork 157 11 9
Collector at Kinsale 219 17
377 9
From their Majesties' Foreign Plantations.
From Samuel Herne, collector at Antigua 37 0 3
From Philip Ludwell, collector at Carolina 9 9
From George Layfeild, collector at Maryland 46 7
From Jahleel Brenton, collector at New England 300 0 0
392 17 5
Total charge £602,331 11
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Salaries and entertainments of the Commissioners and officers, London port 20,790 13 10
Fees etc. of patent officers, London port 5,333 3 4
Ditto outports 2,087 10
Pensions, annuities and other annual allowances 6,457 16 2
House rent, allowances to Exchequer officers and other accidental payments by particular warrant 6,092 11 7
Incidents 22,319 5 1
Allowances for damaged and defective goods 15,374 13 1
Allowances upon portage bills 1,488 0 1
Repayments upon debentures under grand receipt, London 11,908 16
Repayments on Plantation goods 37,850 16
Repayments on wines and currants 454 10
Repayments on new impost on silks and linens 12,941 18
Repayments on coffee and tea 44 17 4
Repayments for exported corn 73 16 10½
Payments into the Exchequer 414,693 10 11
Total discharge £557,913 1 4
l. s. d.
Remains 44,418 9 10½
Against which bonds 43,356 14
Remains £1,061 15 6
Declared 30th October, 1697.
Wines And Vinegar.
29th September, 1693, to 29th September, 1694.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil (being in surplus).
In bonds 39,263 0 3
Receipts, London port.
From Sir John Shaw 183,836 17 0
Outports.
l. s. d.
Bridgwater 431 0 9
Bideford 133 3 11
Colchester 4 3 3
Chester 67 4 5
Dartmouth 0 15
15 1
Exeter 2,005 16 7
Falmouth 723 4 1
Hull 21 8 4
162 1 10
Ipswich 0 6 0
Liverpool 821 3
Lyme 71 0 0
207 13
Lynn 994 17 11¾
Plymouth 430 5 1
Portsmouth 322 15 0
Padstow 3 1
Penzance 119 17 2
Penryn 1 9 11½
Rye 7 14
Stockton 1 9 2
Yarmouth 160 0 0
6,705 12 10¼
Total charge £229,805 10
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage of last account 147 14
Repayments for damaged, over-entered and defective wines 15,656 14 10
Payments into the Exchequer 138,887 2 2
Total discharge £154,691 11
l. s. d.
Remains 75,113 18
Whereof in bonds 75,261 12
Surplusage £147 14 2
Tobacco And Sugar.
29th September, 1693, to 29th September, 1694.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears 322 0
l. s. d.
Receipts, London port.
From Michael Wicks 42,668 2 8
From Henry Wolstenholme 41,460 0 0
84,128 2 8
Outports.
Barnstaple 17 6
Beaumaris 168 6 6
Bideford 1,289 4
Bristol 33,380 0 0
Chester 440 17 0
Exeter 855 9 0
Falmouth 775 14 8
Hull 319 15 11¼
Harwich 1 11 11½
Liverpool 11,893 10
Lancaster 1,569 7 10¾
Lyme 1,485 0 0
Newcastle 206 0
Penzance 460 17
Padstow 149 0 0
Plymouth 3,919 15 7
Portsmouth 19 15 5
Stockton 577 13
Weymouth 96 19 11¼
Whitehaven 680 9 1
Plymouth 300 0 0
Hull 66 5 0
Newcastle 150 12 10
Rye 1 0 3
Penryn 1 2 4
Dartmouth 24 13
58,850 13 8
Total charge £143,300 16 10¼
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Repayments for re-exports 3,964 1 8
Ditto for damaged and over-entered goods 74 11 5
Payments into the Exchequer 138,940 13
£142,979 6
l. s. d.
Remains 321 10
Whereof in bonds 174 6 3
Remains £147 4
Silks And Linens.
29th September, 1693, to 29th September, 1694.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil, being in surplusage.
Receipts, London port
.
From Sir John Shaw 107,357 11 6
Outports.
l. s. d.
Bridgwater 0 6 11½
Beaumaris 3 6 0
Barnstaple 76 7
Bideford 148 16 5
Berwick 382 5
Bristol 11,395 0 0
Boston 135 8 0
Chester 39 6
77 2
Colchester 500 0 0
Carlisle 187 17 0
Dartmouth 93 4
Exeter 2,269 5 6
Falmouth 112 0 3
Hull 1,272 4 2
3,824 10 6
Harwich 111 9
Lyme 295 18
Lancaster 27 17
Liverpool 468 2
Lynn 1,948 1
Minehead 90 0 0
Newcastle 608 8 7
394 14 3
Plymouth 234 10 9
Portsmouth 369 14 5
Sunderland 19 0 6
Stockton 833 17
Yarmouth 450 0 0
26,368 15
Total charge £133,726 6
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplus 0 0
Payments into the Exchequer 133,726 7
Surplus 7½d.
The right hand column of this account is cut away all along.
Additional Impositions
(Granted from 1st March, 1692-3, to 1st March, 1696-7.)
From 29th September, 1693, to 29th September, 1694.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Arrears nil (being in surplus).
Receipts, London port.
From Sir John Shaw on the grand receipt inwards 26,347 14 2
From Thomas Cooke for wines and currants 1,836 9 2
From Michael Wickes for Plantation goods 2,075 19 3
From Henry Wolstenholme for same 2,805 4 0
33,065 6 7
Outports.
Barnstaple 2 16
Bideford 16 12
Berwick 33 0 3
Boston 25 0 0
Chester 200 4
151 1
Colchester 80 0 0
Dartmouth 11 16 11½
Exeter 180 0 0
Falmouth 80 0 0
Hull 145 16 4
1,279 12
Harwich 2,283 0 0
Ipswich 5 18 1
Lyme 25 6 2
Lancaster 21 3 8
Liverpool 197 5
Newcastle 220 12
128 19
Plymouth 135 3 10
861 11 9
Poole 21 6
Portsmouth 719 17 7
Sunderland 12 9 7
Stockton 163 6
Yarmouth 120 0 0
7,175 2 0
Total charge £40,240 8 7
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage on last account 0 0
l. s. d.
Payments on debentures, London port 2,123 14 0
Damaged and defective goods 313 13 0
2,437 6 0
Payments into the Exchequer 37,808 13 3
Total discharge £40,245 19
Surplusage 5l. 10s. 8¾d.
Customs And Subsidies Of Tonnage And Poundage.
29th September, 1694, to 29th September, 1695.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears, remains 1,061 15 6
Bonds 43,356 14
l. s. d.
Receipts, London port, Old Customs.
From Sir John Shaw for the Grand Receipt inwards 67,453 0 0
From same for wines and currants 3,331 0 0
From same in bonds 632 17
From Henry Wolstenholme for Plantation goods 5,143 13 6
From same in bonds 2,969 8 0
Sir Mich. Crispe for goods exported 12,490 0 0
92,029 19
Outports, Old Customs.
Bideford nil.
Bristol 10,231 5
630 0 0
Colchester 100 0 0
Carlisle 585 0 0
Chester 60 0 0
Exeter 985 0 0
Hull 2,233 2 0
Lyme 25 0 0
Liverpool 1,130 0 0
Lancaster 850 0 0
Newcastle 776 6
Portsmouth 64 2 0
Rochester 300 0 0
Stockton 110 0 0
Sunderland 42 11 10½
Weymouth 660 0 0
Whitehaven 555 4 0
19,337 11
Ireland, Old Customs.
Cork 500 0 0
Londonderry 217 7
717 7
Foreign Plantations, Old Customs.
From Thomas Whitstone, deputy collector, Barbados 200 0 0
By the New Customs between Christmas, 1694, and Michaelmas, 1695.
London port.
From Sir John Shaw for the Grand Receipt inwards 86,746 1 3
From same for wines and currants 74,261 16 3
From same in bonds 3,468 1 3
From Henry Wolstenholme for goods from the Plantations 113,176 2 8
From same in bonds 7,780 12 3
From Sir Nicholas Crispe for exports (the Grand Receipt outwards) 28,859 0 0
From Timothy Thornbury and Richard Miller, the other receivers of the Grand Receipt outwards 9,271 8 10
323,564 2 6
Outports.
Bideford 1,249 3 0
Bristol 18,573 3 5
Beaumaris 144 4 9
Colchester 336 0 0
Carlisle 1,376 17 0
Chester 1,262 12 1
Exeter 7,915 10 6
Hull 997 6
St. Ives 103 3
Lyme 690 8 0
Liverpool 6,143 4
Lancaster 300 0 0
Newcastle 2,297 0 8
Plymouth 4,134 6
Portsmouth 300 3 10
Poole 45 5
Stockton 2,387 16
Southampton 238 13 9
Sunderland 1,560 13
Whitehaven 1,475 19 6
51,527 12
Ireland.
From the [Revenue] Commissioners there 344 19
New Duty on Coffee and Tea.
London port.
From Sir John Shaw 3,250 10 5
From Henry Wolstenholme 577 3 0
3,827 13 5
Outports.
Chester 7 14 0
Plymouth 40 4 0
47 18 0
Total charge £536,015 12
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Salaries of the Commissioners etc., London port 20,889 0 0
Patent officers, London port 5,677 13 4
Ditto, outports 2,404 17
Pensions, annuities and other allowances 6,931 18 1
Rent and other accidental payments 4,825 1
Incident charge and disbursements 21,280 3 7
Allowances for damaged and defective goods, London and outports 8,985 19 10
Allowances upon portage bills 1,625 7 6
Repayments on debentures 74,218 9
Payments into the Receipt 359,455 17 11
Total discharge £506,294 8
l. s. d.
Remains 29,721 4 8
Whereof bonds 29,628 14
Remains £87 10
Declared 3rd October, 1698.
Coinage Duties.
29th September, 1694, to 29th September, 1695.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Remains 2,600 1
Receipts, London port.
Of Sir John Shaw 5,826 14 9
Outports.
l. s. d.
Barnstaple 6 13 1
Bideford 4 17 0
Bridgwater 15 0 0
Bristol 250 0 0
Deal 212 6 11½
Chester 11 13
Cowes 2 18 3
Dartmouth 6 12 7
Exeter 155 0 0
Falmouth 18 0 0
Hull 22 2
Lancaster 19 8 3
Liverpool 34 16 6
Lynn 28 0
Lyme 1 1 11
Padstow 0 7 4
Penryn 2 0 2
10 15 1
Portsmouth 183 7 3
Plymouth 45 6 10
Penzance 4 3 1
Poole 4 9 1
Newcastle 9 19 9
Rye 0 0
Rochester 0 0
Sandwich 16 4 8
Southampton 15 18
Truro 12 2 3
Whitby 0 3 4
Weymouth 62 19 5
Sunderland 1 8 6
1,158 5 11½
Total charge £9,146 2
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Payments on debentures, London port 94 9 1
Ditto on damaged goods and over-entries 50 11
Allowances to this accomptant et al. 234 16 8
Payments into the Exchequer 9,312 10 0
£9,692 7
Surplusage 546l. 10s. 0¼d.
Wines And Vinegar.
29th September, 1694, to 29th September, 1695.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Remains nil (being in surplus).
In bonds 75,261 12
Receipts, London port.
Of Sir John Shaw 106,333 12 5
Outports.
l. s. d.
Bristol 2,000 0 0
Bideford 88 3 10½
Boston 255 0 0
Chester 249 9
Colchester 4 12
Dartmouth 111 0
Exeter 3,226 9 3
Hull 196 8
Lyme 40 1 9
Lynn 745 6 10
Liverpool 542 2
Lancaster 367 7
Minehead 36 1 7
Newcastle 14 0
Plymouth 1,009 7 7
24 17
Portsmouth 215 1 4
Padstow 4 15
Penzance 17 15
Southampton 127 0 0
Weymouth 206 2
Yarmouth 50 0 0
9,532 4 4
Total charge £191,127 9
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage of last account 147 14 2
Repayments for damaged, over-entered and defective wines 7,012 6 9
Payments into the Exchequer 147,780 7
Total discharge £154,939 8
l. s. d.
Remains 36,188 1 5
Of which in bonds 35,935 16 2
Remains £252 5 3
Declared 3rd October, 1698.
Tobacco And Sugars.
29th September, 1694, to 29th September, 1695.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Remains 321 10
Receipts, London port.
l. s. d.
From Michaell Wicks 11,254 13 2
From Henry Wolstenholme 48,527 12 6
From Thomas Granger 8,730 14 1
68,512 19 9
Outports.
l. s. d.
Bristol 11,314 3 7
Bideford 1,198 9
Chester 834 5
Deal 80 0 0
Exeter 599 3 0
Falmouth 358 6 0
Liverpool 8,757 16
Lancaster 1,456 2
Lyme 1,250 10 0
Newcastle 359 3
Padstow 276 16 10¾
Penzance 529 8
Plymouth 1,939 4 6
353 1 10¼
Poole 304 3 1
151 12
Portsmouth 4 19 0
Stockton 374 0 9
Weymouth 936 12
Whitehaven 1,080 0 0
32,167 14 0
Total charge £101,002 4
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Repayments on re-exports 2,221 7
Ditto for damaged or defective goods or over-entries 52 13 11
Payments into the Exchequer 98,406 12 7
Total discharge £100,680 13 10½
l. s. d.
Remains 321 10
Whereof in bonds 174 6 3
Remains £147 3 11¼
Declared 3rd October, 1698.
Silks And Linens.
29th September, 1694, to 29th September, 1695.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil (surplusage).
Receipts, London port.
Sir John Shaw 140,024 13
Outports.
l. s. d.
Bristol 2,000 0 0
Bideford 554 13
Boston 130 0 0
Berwick 138 10
Beaumaris 4 2 2
Carlisle 1,097 12 6
Chester 375 8
Colchester 55 0 0
Dartmouth 2 6
Exeter 2,868 7 0
Hull 4,389 3
Lyme 205 0 0
Lynn 1,341 3 2
Liverpool 621 7
Looe 18 10
Lancaster 23 11 8
Minehead 453 8 5
Newcastle 2,263 19
Portsmouth 647 17 8
Padstow 11 19
Poole 34 5
Stockton 324 17
Sunderland 44 0
Yarmouth 426 7 5
18,031 10
Total charge £158,056 3 10¼
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage of last account 0 0
Payments into the Exchequer 158,056 4
£158,056 4 9
Surplusage 10½d.
Declared 30th October, 1698.
Additional Impositions.
By 4 and 5 William and Mary.
From 29th September, 1694, to 29th September, 1695.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Arrears nil (being in surplusage).
Receipts, London port.
From Sir John Shaw 32,715 11 4
From Henry Wolstenholme for Plantation goods 4,797 0 0
37,512 11 4
Outports.
Bristol 2,000 0 0
Bideford 33 7
Berwick 10 8 3
Beaumaris 1 13 1
Carlisle 11 0 0
Chester 301 16
Colchester 273 8
Dartmouth 52 6 2
Exeter 494 14 4
Falmouth 301 0 0
Harwich 200 0 0
Hull 1,020 5
St. Ives 2 6 8
Lyme 18 0 0
Liverpool 149 12
Newcastle 261 6
Plymouth 1,369 17
699 2
Portsmouth 2,936 3 9
Padstow 11 5
Poole 21 5 8
17 16 9
Stockton 121 10
Sunderland 11 3 0
Weymouth 1,818 2 0
Yarmouth 100 0 0
12,248 12 0
Total charge £49,761 3 4
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage of last account 5 10
Repayments for goods exported and damaged goods and over-entries 3,982 5 5
Payments into the Exchequer 45,778 17
Total discharge £49,766 13
Surplusage 5l. 10s. 4¼d.
Declared 3rd October, 1698.
Rates And Duties On Tonnage Of Ships And Vessels.
(Granted for four years from 1st June, 1694, by 5 and 6 William and Mary, c. 20.)
1st June, 1694, to 29th September, 1694.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Arrears nil (first account).
Receipts, London port.
From Sir John Shaw on tonnage of ships in London port 16,782 16
From Sir Nicholas Crispe 5,186 16
21,969 12 8
Outports.
Bideford 200 0 0
Boston 265 0 0
Colchester 140 0 0
Chester 11 14
Exeter 152 0 0
Hull 679 18
Ipswich 39 14
Lyme 158 14 5
Liverpool 350 0 0
Lynn 750 0 0
Minehead 40 0 0
Newcastle 500 0 0
Portsmouth 310 0 0
Plymouth 429 8
Poole 10 18 1
Sandwich 72 5 2
Stockton 80 0 0
Yarmouth 350 13
4,535 6 10¾
Total charge £26,504 19
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Payments into the Receipt 26,504 19 7
Surplusage ¼d.
Rates And Duties On Tonnage Of Ships And Vessels.
29th September, 1694, to 17th May, 1696.
Charge.
l. s. d. l. s. d.
Arrears nil : being in surplusage.
Receipts, London port.
From Sir John Shaw 92,402 6 1
From Sir Nicholas Crispe 13,902 1
106,304 7
Outports.
Bristol 10,609 4 1
Beaumaris 139 0 6
Berwick 131 11 0
Boston 720 5 0
Bideford 1,435 0 0
Barnstaple 1,206 9
Bridgwater 485 5
Colchester 652 0 0
Carlisle 4 11 3
Chester 211 10 10
Cowes 191 5 6
Dublin 23 0
Feversham 116 14
Deal 110 10
Dartmouth 225 0 0
Dover 469 6
Exeter 1,861 5 2
Feversham 179 10 0
10 7 9
Falmouth 480 0 0
Hull 3,477 16
400 0 0
Harwich 3 14 6
Ipswich 286 3 4
Lynn 2,185 7
Liverpool 1,767 9
Lyme 158 8 8
Lancaster 380 0 0
Looe 8 10 10
3 1 6
Milford 260 0 0
Minehead 255 0 0
Newcastle 1,840 0 0
Portsmouth 2,981 13
Padstowe 73 3
Poole 43 0 2
Swansea 65 12 11¼
Plymouth 2,403 12 8
Penzance 84 13 4
Poulton 38 14 3
Poole 193 8 11¾
Rochester 1,942 8 2
Rye 33 0 0
Stockton 709 14 11¾
Sandwich 531 17 6
Sunderland 229 0 0
Southampton 34 9 3
Whitehaven 977 4 10
Whitby 701 1 5
Yarmouth 1,715 17 11¾
43,041 2
Total charge £149,345 9 9
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Incidents in the management of said Duty 2,619 13 2
Paid into the Exchequer 145,331 5
Total discharge £147,950 18 11½
l. s. d.
Remains 1,394 10
Paid into the Receipt 12th December, 13 William III. 1,394 11 0
Surplusage 0 0
Declared 20th December, 1701.

Footnotes

1 Perished.