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1776. Counties. Gross charge.

Nett produce. £. s. d.

£. d. Bedford

28,554 16.00

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27,785 18 54 Berks

40,843 19.5 39,744 3 73 Bucks

47,142 19 6] 45,873 11 5 Cambridge

32,700 3

31,819 12 8 Cornwall

31,943

31,082 18 6 Cumberland and West. moreland

6,759 2. of 6,577 2 2 1 Devon

82,583 13

80,264 47 Dorset

33,079 18

32,052 14 1 Eflex

89,3995

86,992 0 2 Gloucester

47,313 15

45,982 12 101 Hereford

20,409 19

19,860 711 Hertford

42,282 13 10 41,144 3 3 Huntingdon

15,497 5

15,079 19 32 Kent

82,553

9 80,330 8 61 Lancaster

20,993 5

20,427 19 7 Leicester

34,685 2 4

33,751 3 il London, Westminster, and Middlesex

295,392 13 43 287,438 12 41 Norfolk

84,310 12 33

82,040 7 102 Northampton and Rutland 53,197 2 43

51,764 13 8 Oxford

38,723 17 101 37,587 4 31 Salop

29,058 12 11 28,276 4 o] Somerset

72,478 8 3

70,331 10 71 Southampton

54,941 8

53,4620 Stafford

27,121 3 7 26,390 17 101 Suffolk

73,510 10 6

71,531 Surrey

66,133 0

6 64,235 9 41 Suflex

60,050 4 10 58,433 55 Whitehall and St. James's Palaces

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39,789 150 38,718 6 un Wilts

50,266 16 61 Worcester

33,582 6.11 32,678 1 8 York

91,495 19 11 89,032 6 04 Durham and Northumberland

25,148 15 10

24,471 12 62 1,784,088 199 1,735,353 15 116 Insupers returned, and

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28,554 16 0 27,785 18 51 Berks

40,843 19 5.

39,599 11 92 Bucks

47,142 11 81 45,873 3 92 Cambridge

32,700 3

31,819 12 Cornwall

31,943 7플 31,0830 Cumberland and West. moreland

6,759 2 of 6,577 2 Devon

$2.583 10 9 80,359 16 51 Dorset

32,052 14 11 Ellex

89,3995

86-9920 Gloucester

47,319 Hereford

20,409 19 9

19,860 8 6 Hertford

42'282 13 10 41,144 3 3 Huntingdon

15,497 5

15,079 19 Kent

82,553 6 9

80,330 8 64 Lancaster 20,993 5 13 20,273

8 Leicester

34,685 2 4

33,751 3

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295,392 13 49 287,438 12 41 Norfolk

84,310 12 33 82,044 7 101 Northampton and Rutland 53,199 12 41 51,767 2 5 Oxford

38,726 7 101

37,551 13 104 Salop

*29,058 12 11. 28,222 8 Somerset

72,478 7 31

70,392 16 41 Southampton

54,941

53,461 12 3 Stafford

27,121 3 7

26,390 17 101 Suffolk

73,510 10

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71,531 5 Surrey

66,193 0 6 63,789 4 Suflex

60,050 4 10 58,433 5 5 Whitehall and St. James's Palaces

30,754 6

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39,789 15

38,718 6 111 Wilts

51,657 16

50,266 26 67 Worcester

33,582 611

32,390 8 6 York

91,506 10 이들 89,042 1 10 Durhamn and Northuin. berland

25,148 15 10

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1,784.108 884 1,736,122 3 7 Office for Taxes, February the 29th, 1780 - This account was received from

James West, Esq. one of the auditors of the Court of Exchequer. It could not be made up to a later period, as there are still arrears outftanding in the country for 1778, Cr. Rigby, George Blount, J. Eames, G. Heathcote.

An Acconnt of what Arrears of Land Taxes were standing out at Lady

Day, 1779; with the names of the respective Receivers in whose hands the faid Arrears remain, and what proceedings have been had to compel the Payment ihereof.

Taxes.

Counties.
Receivers.

3. 45. Aid 1695 Chester, (1) Morgan Whitley 4. 45. Aid 1696

3s. Ift and Sub. 1697

4. 45. Aid 1696 Wales, Do.

34. Itt and Sub. 1697

2. 38. Aid 1698 Norfolk, (2) Aug. Briggs 38. ift. and Sub. 1697

2. 35. Aid 1698 Cambridge, (3) John Mason 2. 35. Aid 1698 Somerset, (4) George Dixon 10. 45. Aid 1707 Lincoln, (5) Wm. Cawthorpe 9. 4s Aid 1706

Arr. at L. D. 1779 1,047 90 4,784 17 71 2,314 9 101 2,133 5 51 8,477 0 2 6,265 10 43 1,477 12 10 5,334 17 0

754 2 10 20,422 6 4,459 16 21

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Proceedings and Obfervations. (1) This receiver's eftates were extended; he died in prison, and his fureties compounded by act of Parliament.

(2) This receiver's estates were extended ; he died in prison, and his fureties compounded by act of Parliament.

(3) This receiver died insolvent, and his fureties compounded by act of Parliament.

(4) The appeal which was many years ago depending before the House of Lords, touching the debt due from Mr. Charles Mason to Sir Biby Lake and Mr. Newell, who was security for this receiver, was deterinined in favour of the crown ; but the inortgage to the late Sir Biby Lake being prior to the crown's debt, the morigage money was to be first paid; the estate has been fince fold, and has not been sufficient to satisfy the mortgage, and therefore we apprehend there is nothing left for the payment of the crown debt.

(5) This receiver died insolvent; his sureties 'were prosecuted, but nothing recovered.

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Receivers.

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Arr. at L. D. 1779 Leicester, (6) Ben. Blundell 7. 35. Aid 1719

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8. 38. Aid 1720 12,298 15 8 Hertford, (7) Jonathan Smart

8. 2. Aid 1714 1,362 15 11

9. 25. Aid 1725 5,445 2 2 Darham, York and (8) Cha. Wilkinson 10. 25. Aid 1726

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Norfolk, No. (9) Wiliam Pacey. 10. 2s. Aid 1726
Wales, No. (10) John Meredith 11. 3. Aid 1729

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11. 2s. Aid 1730 5,568 11
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11. 2s Aid 1735 336 0

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Proceedings and Observations (6) There is nothing farther to be expected from this receiver's, or his fecurity's effects

(7) Mr. Smart the receiver being long since dead, the suit which was then depending, touching his estate and effects, abated thereby, and letters of adminiftration were granted for the use of the crown; and his only fon and heir, which was then in India, dying soon after, a bill of revivor was filed, for reviving that suit; there was a receiver appointed by the court of Exchequer upon the estate, which was very finall, ill-tenanted, and part of it had been often in hand, so that little was produced from it; and his fecurities have been many years dead insolvent.

(8) The estates and effects of this receiver were vested in trustees for the use of the crown, and great suins have been paid into the Exchequer ; and there is a small estate remaining, upon which there is a receiver appointed, who pays the profits annually in satisfaction of the crown debt.

(9) The receiver left an estate in Ireland, for the sale of which it was thought necessary to obtain a decree in the court of Exchequer there, and a suit was commenced for that purpose ; but by reason of the many prior incumbrances, it was found impracticable to recover any part of the debt. (10) Extents have been issued, and several sums raised; but nothing

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(11) Greatest part of the estates of these receivers have been sold, and the purchase money paid into the Exch:quer, and nothing farther expected to be received.

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Devon, (12) Ethereld Davey 17. 28. Aid 1735
Wales, No. (13) James Bull 19. 45. Aid 1741
Huntingdon, (14) Phil. Chapman 24. 45. Aid 1746
Wales, No. (15) Richard Lewis 25. 45. Aid 1747
Southampton, (16) Jno. Sheppard 26. 4s. Aid 1748

27. 4 Aid 1749 Wales So. (17) Wm. Williams 21, 2s. Aid 1755

28. 4. Aid 1756
29. 4. Aid 1757
30. 4. Aid 1758

1,881' 9 3 4,176 0 2,322 951

268 10 1,219 14 5,100 5 0

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360 4,826 4 4 2,509 0

Proceedings and Observations. (12) There was a prior extent sued out by the commiffioners of customs, who took poffeffion of the receiver's estates, which were insufficient to satisfy the debt due to the customs.

(13) The estates and effects of this receiver were affigned to a tru. stee, and fold, for raising money for satisfaction of the crown debt; several sums of money have been paid into the Exchcquer in consequence of such sale, but nothing more can be received.

(14) Upon this receiver's failing, extents were issued against him, upon which his person was secured, and all his cftate and effects, which could be discoverd, seized, several suns have been raised thereout, and paid into the Exchequer, and his fureties have fince compounded by act of Parliament.

(15) Process went against this receiver into Wales, which never could be got executed.

(16) Upon this receiver's failing, a writ of Diem claufit extremum issued against Edward Hooker, one of his fureties, and afterwards extents against himself; wereupon he and his other security, Francis Sheppard, conveyed their eftates to William Yeldham, Esq. a trustee for the crown; and all the receiver's estates have been told, from whence, and also from the effects of the said Hooker, many thousand pounds have been paid into the Exchequer; but nothing more can be received.

(17) This receiver has been dead many years, and his securities have obtained an act of Parliament for compounding the debt due to the crown; and a case is now before his Majesty's attorney general, for his opinion how to proceed in the moft effeštual and speedy manner, for recovering the money.

Wales, So.

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