Public Record Office
These accounts show the various charges incurred in both bringing the captured vessel to port, as well as the costs of the court action.
Note the payment to one of the prisoners for mending the sails of the Prize.
24th April 1816
Appeared Personally Thomas Collier of Brick Court Temple London Navy Agent and made oath that he is one of the Agents for His majesty's Ships Leander, Acasta and Newcastle and that the account hereto annexed signed by him doth contain, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a just and true account of the sums received for the Hull, Stores and Head Money of the above Prize and the Disbursements thereon.
The same day the said Thomas Collier was duly sworn to the truth of this affidavit.
An Account of the gross produce, charges and net proceeds of the American Privateer Prince of Neufchatel (Hull Stores and Head Money) captured the 28 December 1814 by His Majesty's Ships Leander, Acasta and Newcastle