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An Account (continued) of the Ordinary Revenues and Extraordinary Resources, constituting the

Payments out of the Net Produce, applicable

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Expenses
Militia and

Pensions out incurred in By Virtue of
Bounties

Warrants of Deserters

of the Heredi. securing and

improving Histhe Barons of for promoting tary Revenue, Majesty's theExchequer Warrants :

Woods, in Scotland, Fisheries, and perpetual

Forests, and under the Au. Defence of

Pensions and Land Revenue, thority of

Linen the Realm;

including Pay differeni Acts Stipends

ments to the of Parliament, Manufactures, charged on Commission towards the and other

the Land

ers for exccu. Support of the &c.

ting the Act Civil Govern Services. Revenue. 53 Geo. III, ment of that

Country.

(UNITED KINGDOM.)

cap. 121.

ORDINARY REVENUES.
8. d. . 8. d. . S. d.

8. d. Ł. S. d. Customs, including Annual Duties, and

the War Duties made perpetual by Act
56 Geo. III., cap. 29.
167,045 9 10 272,846 1 92

68,888 11 3 Excise, including Annual Puries, and the War Duties, continued by Act 56 Geo. III., cap. 17, for 5 years 9,717 16 8 51,945 11 9 14.000 0 0

129,198 3 72 LAND and Assessed Taxes, including the Assessed Taxes of Ireland

94,444 61 STAMPS Post OFFICE

13,700 0 0 ONE SHILLING in the Pound on Pensions

and Salaries Six-PENCE in the Pound on Pensions and

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Salaries -
HACKNEY COACHES
HAWKERS and PEDLARS
POUNDAGE FEES (Ireland)
PELLS FEES (do.)
CASUALTIES (do.)
SMALL BRANCHES of the KING's Heredi.
tary Revenue

10,045 7 24 95,051 294 TOTAL OP ORDINARY REVENUES € 271,207 12 7 324,811 1374 37,745 7 24 95,051 29198,086 14 9

EXTRAORDINARY RESOURCES.
PROPERTY TAX and INCOME DUTY (Arrears)
LOTTERY, Net Profit
UNCLAIMED Dividends, &c. paid into the Exchequer, by the Chief Cashier of the Bank of England
SURPLUS Fees of regulated Public Offices
VOLUNTARY Contributions
On Account of the Commissioners, appointed by Acts 35 Geo. III., cap. 127. and 37 Geo. III., cap.

27, for issuing Exchequer Bills for Grenada, and for Commercial Exchequer Bills, by Act 51, Geo.

II., cap. 15
From several County Treasurers in Ireland, on account of Advances made by the Treasury for im.

proving Post Roads, on account of Advances for building Gaols, and under the Police Act of 5

Geo. III., (Ireland)
Monies paid on account of Balance due by Ireland, on joint Expenditure of the United Kingdom
From the Paymaster General of Great Britain, on account of Advances made by Ireland for Hall

Pay to reduced Officers, Pensions to Officer's Widows, &c. on the British Establishment
From the Receiver General of Navy Payınents in Ireland, in repayment of Money advanced by

the Government of Ireland, for Naval Services
IMPREST Monies repaid by sundry Public Accountants, and other Monies paid to the Public
TOTAL PUBLIC INCOME of the United
Kingdom

£ 271,207 12 7 324,811 1374 37,745 7 2495,0512 91198,086 14 94 ADD, Appropriated Duties for Local Objects in Ireland

TOTAL, including the Irish Appropriated Duties 271,207 12 7 324,811 13 7 37,745 7 21 95,051 2 91|198,806 14 94

(The Appropriated Balance in the Exchequers of the United Kingdom, on 5th January, 1817, The Unappropriated Balance in the Exchequers of the United Kingdom, on 5th January, 1817,

The Appropriared Balance in the Exchequers of the United Kingdom, on 5th January, 1818,
NOTE.

The Unappropriated Balance iu the Exchequers of the United Kingdom, on 5th January, 1818,
The Amount of Exchequer Bills, Navy Bills, and Transport Bills, ) In Exchequer Bills

issued for the Public Service of the United Kingdom, between Treasury Bills (Ireland)
the 5th January, 1817, and the 5th January, 1818, and not re Navy & Transport Bills
deemed within that period, was

- Viciualling Bills

Income of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, for the Year ended the 5th Jan. 1318.

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19,550 1358 9,41) 3 54 2,289 7 5

11,700 10 10 25,150 0 0

331 13 3

25,481 13 3 19,780 0 0 2,016 13 53

21,796 13 55 4,367 12 94

4,367 12 9 873 10 73

873 10 7 2,877 3 5

2,877 3 55 1 Habaper 2,000 0 107,036 9114 18,621 19 5

29,884 13 10

155,603 3 23 698 6 7 1,033,646 18 544,866,475 5 4 532,016 16 23 590,971 14 63 1,177,103 17 23 52,195,214 11 9

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£13,376,805 13 4

10,012,081 17 141

311,904 18 23

10,323,985 15 33

47,729,400 0 0
3,600,000 0 0
294,668 2 4
138,160 12

Whitehall, Treasury Chambers,

25th March,1818. S. R. LUSHINGTON.

An Account of the Ordinary Revenues and Extraordinary Resources, constituting

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ORDINARY REVENUES.
Customs, including Annual

8. d.
8. d.
3. d.
$. d.

8. d. Duties, and the War Duties made perpetual by Act 56 Geo. Ill. cap. 29

95,278 1 63 17,694 17 39 328,274 354 13,759,817 9 11 14,201,064 11 5 Excise, including Annual

Duties, and the War Duties continued by Act 56 Geo. III. cap. 17, for 5 years

203,458 17 64 314,000 0 0 22,680,861 8 5 23,198,320 5 1131 STAMPS

142,571 8 6 37,430 01 34,512 13 0 6,692,821 9 3 6,907,335 10 11 LAND and ASSESSED TAXES

253,221 2 99

7,821,037 11 33 8,074,258 14 03 Post OFFICE

144,004 9 54 12,074 16 0 59,449 6 3 1,914,467 0 812,129,995 12 4 ONE SHILLING in the Pound on Pensions and Salaries

1,871 8 102

18,058 15 5

19,930 4 34 Six-Pence in the Pound on Pensions and Salaries

2,893 1354

9,440 2 ! 12,333 16 23 HACKNEY COACHES

343 6 10

28,970 17 6 29,314 4 4 HAWKERS and PEDLARS

1,526 10 04

23,945 46 25,471 14 64 Small Branches of the Here

ditary Revenue : ALIENATION FINES

1,463 15 5

7,055 13 4 8,519 8 9 Post FINES

7,082 2 44

796 18 43 7,879 09 SEIZURES

9,447 15 1 9,447 15 1 COMPOSITIONS and Proffers

624 19 0

624 19 0 CROWN LANDS

21,079 5 62

112,080 | 4 133,159 6 107 TOTAL op ORDINARY REVENUES 381,853 19 64500,139 16 33 736,236 2 81 53,079,425 6 1 54,757,655 4 77

EXTRAORDINARY

RESOURCES, PROPERTY Tax and INCOME DUTY (Arrears)

479,529 12 7

2,089,124 7 84 2,568,654 O 34 LOTTERY (Net Profit) exclu

sive of one-third part of the Profit on the 3rd Lottery of 1816, remitted to Ireland

189,958 8 41 189,958 8 44 UNCLAIMED Dividends, &c.

paid into the Exchcquer by theChief Cashier of the Bank of England

236,288 3 3 236,288 38 SURPLUS Fees of Regulated Public Offices

27,422 128 27,422 12 8 VOLUNTARY contributions)

5,000 0 0 5,000 0 0 ON ACCOUNT of the Commissioners, appointed by Acts 35 Geo. III. cap. 127, and 37 Geo. III. cap. 27, for issuing Exchequer Bills for Grenada; and for Commercial Exchequer Bills, by Act 5] Geo. III. cap. 15

3,484 10 11 3,484 10 11 MONIES paid on account of

Balance due by Ireland, on joint Expenditure of the United Kingdom

117,228 0 10 117,228 0 10 From the Receiver General

of Navy Payments in Ireland, in repayment of money advanced by the Government of Ireland for Naval Services

47,458 4 27 47,458 4 20 IMPREST MONIES repaid byl

sundry Public Accountants, and other monies paid to the Public

268,435 14 ug 268,435 14 113 TOTAL PUBLIC INCOME

OF GREAT BRITAIN - +381,853 1961/1,039,669 8 104 736,2362_84 56,064,825 8 112,58,221,585 0 1

the Public Income of GREAT BRITAIN, for the Year ended 5th January, 1818.

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8. d.
8. d.

8. d £ 8. d.
1
1,231,527 4 623,225,721 12 69 10,975,342 18 104 11 13 93)

8 19 0 1,994,194 8 0

5 1 6 1,6-15,008 12 83 2

J 186,588 7 6 3 17 84 27 6 3

2 1 111

1,157,036 19 04 2,796,045 11 91 20,402,274 14 24 5 15 91

170,938 7 9 357,526 15 3 6,549,808 15 8 2 13 14

303,793 0114 303,793 01 7,770,465 13 15 29,218 Å0

522,883 0 11 532,101 411 1,577,894 7 54 38 7 74 379 10 10 379 10 10 19,550 13 5

2 2 105 233 5 4 633 5 4 11,700 10 101

2 12 103 3,832 11 ) 3,832 11 13 25,481 13 3 15 3,675 103 3,675 103 21,796 1354 18 2 74

400 0 0

2 941 13 4 65 15 6 119

3 1 115

1,147 80 1,147 80 7,372 097
87 2 35 87 238 7,797 18 54

9,447 15 1 >3 3 114

624 19 0 2,792 16 118 2,792 16 118 130,366 911 29,218 4 0 3,392,326 8 10 7,247,736 1 03 47,509,919 3 6 7 8 04

67 92 3,826,191 8 29

49,244 0 51

49,244 0 54 2,519,409 19 104

19,040 00

19,040 00

170,916 8 41

236,288 3 3

27,422 128
5,000 0 0

3,484 10 11

117,228 0 10

47,458 4 25

3,826,191 8 29

268,435 14 113 29,218 4 0 3,460,610 9 31 7,316,020 1 6 10,405,564 18 7

(Continued.)

c. 121.

An Account (continued) of the Ordinary Revenues and Extraordinary Resources con

Payments out of the Net Produce, Applicable 10

Expenses incurred By Virtue of War. HEADS

Militia and

Bounties

Pensions out in securing and rants of the Barons

of the Here Deserters

improving His of the Exchequer of

for promoting ditary keve. Majesty's Woods, in Scotland, onder Warrants;

Fortsts, and Land the Authority of

nue; and
REVENUE.

Fisheries,
Defence of

Perpetual Revenue, includ. the different Acts

Linen Pensions and ing Payments to of Parliament, tothe Realm, Manufactures,

Stipends, the Commissioners wards the Support (GREAT BRITAIN.) and other

charger on for executing the of the Civil Go. &c.

the Land Act 53 Geo. III, vernment of that Services. Revenue.

Country. ORDINARY REVENU ES. £. 8. d. . $. d. . $. d.

8. d.

8. d. Customs, including Annual

Duties, and the War Du.
ties made perpetual by
Act 56 Geo. 111, cap. 29. 104,463 5 2 246,873 093

68,888 1 2 Excise, including Annual

Duties, and the War Du.
ties continued by Act 56
Geo. III, cap. 17, for 5
years
8,000 0 0, 51,945 11 94 14,000 0 0

129,198 3 75
STAMPS
Land and Assessed Taxes 94,444 6 1
Post OFFICE

13,700 0 0 ONE SHILLING in the Pound

on Pensions and Salaries Six. Pence in the Pound on

Pensions and Salaries
HACKNEY COACHES
HAWKERS and PEDLARS
Small Branches of the Heredi.

tary Revenue :-
ALIENATION FINES
Post FINES
SEIZURES
COMPOSITIONS and Proffers
CROWN LANDS

10,045 7 241 95,051 291
TOTAL
OF ORDINARY REVENUES 206,907 11 3 298,818 12 74 37,745 7 27 95,051 2 91 198,080 149
EXTRAORDINARY

RESOURCES.
PROPERTY TAX and INCOME

DUTY (Arrears)
LOTTERY (Net Profit) exclu-

sive of one-third part of the profit on the Third Lottery of 1816, remitted to Ireland UNCLAIMED Dividends, &c.

paid into the Exchequer by the Chief Cashier of the

Bank of England -
SURPLUS Fees of Regulated

Public Offices
VOLUNTARY Contributions
On ACCOUNT of the Commis.

sioners, appointed by Acts
35 Geo. 1ll, cap. 127, and
37 Geo. III, cap. 27, for is-
suing Exchequer Bills for
Grenada; and for Com.
mercial Exchequer Bills,

by Act 51 Geo. lll, cap. 15. Monies paid on Account of

Balance due by Ireland, on
joint Expenditure of the

United Kingdom
FROM the Receiver General

of Navy Payments in Ire-
land, in repayment of mo-
ney advanced by the Go-
vernment of Ireland for

Naval Services
IMPREST MONIES repaid by

sundry Public Account-
ants, and other Monies

paid to the Public
TOTAL PUBLIC INCOME
OF GREAT BRITAIN € 206,907 11 3/299,818 12 74 37,745 7 24 95,051 291 198,686 149

The Appropriated Balance in the Exchequer, on 5th January, 1817,
The Unappropriated Balance in the Exchequer, on 5th January, 1817,

The Appropriated Balance in the Exchequer, on 5th January, 1818,
NOTE. The Unappropriated Balance in the Exchequer, on 5th January, 1818,

The Amount of Excheques Bills, Navy Bills, and Transport Bills issued for the Public Service, between ihe 5th January, 1817, and the 5th January, 1818, and not redeemed within that period, was :

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