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the Public Income of GREAT BRITAIN; for the Year ended 5th January, 1827.

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1,183,354 11 94 1,046,828 19 64

154,220 14 104

545,916 17 102 1,729,271 9 8 15,766,763 10 104 532,714 11 84 18,028,749 12 24
245,555 4 141,292,384 3 72 17,749,273 18 104 906,168 195 19,947,827 1 116

154,220 14 104 6,277,014 14 8 267,357 18 11% 6,698,593 8 52

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3,314,361 10 44 1,108,202 6 2

4,422,563 16 644 51,272,395 14 -1,987,853 17 11

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J. C. HERRIES.

An Account of the Ordinary Revenues and Extraordinary Resources, constituting

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CUSTOMS

EXCISK.

89,524 7 29 2,031,322 10 334 66,412 19 -% 1,964,809 11 3 2,054,333 18 5. 147,294 18 1,757,149 16 54 60,902 15 10 1,696,247 741,843,541 18 74 11,437 16 4 466,612 1114 9,692 5 14 456,920 9 9% 468,358 6 1! 50,686 13 114207,757 6 11% 21,795 9 24 185,961 17 94 236,618 11 94

STAMPS

Post OFFICE

POUNDAGE Fees, Pells Fees,

Casualties, Treasury Fees, and Hospital Fees

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TOTALS of ORDINARY REVENUES

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€ 208,913 15 634,472,336 19 5

158,803 9 245/4,313,533 10 24 4,612,477 5 8

OTHER RESOURCES.

FROM the Provost and Fel.)

jows of Trinity College, on account of Advances made by the Treasury for completing the North Square of the said College, per Act 54 Geo. 3. c. 167

1,107 13 10

1,107 13 10

1,107 13 10

CON account of Advances

made by the Treasury for improving Post Roadsin Ireland, under Act 45 Geo. 3. c. 43-)

7,632 2 6

7,632 2 6

On account of Advances

made by the Treasury for building Gaols, under Act 50 Geo. 3.c.103)

23,788 13 244

23,788 13 24 23,788 13 9

From several County Treasurers, and others.

On account of Advances

made by the Treasury, for Police in

proclaimed Districts, un. der Acts 54 Geo. 3. c. 131, and 180. and 3 Geo. IV. c. 103.

98,513 18 44

98,513 18 41

98,513 18 44

On account of Advances

made by the Treasury for Public Works and Employment of the Poor, under Acts 57 Geo. 3. c. 34 and 124, and 3 Geo. IV. c. 112, and 3 Geo. IV. c. 84

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25,539 1 14

25,639 1 14 23,530 113

IMPREST MONIES repaid by

sundry Public Account ants, and other Monies paid to the Public

20,387 16 844

20,387 16 87

20,387 1687

TOTALS of the Public
INCOME of IRELAND.

€ 298,943 15 68 14,649,306 8 1

158,803 9 2 4,490,502 15 104 4,789, 146 11

Whitehall, Treasury Chambers, 24th March, 1897.

the Public Income of IRELAND; for the Year ended 5th January, 1827.

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Payments out of the Income, in its

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PAYMENTS BALANCES
CHARGES
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OTHER PAYMENTS

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1827. Exchequer.

TOTAL

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Per Centum DISCHARGE for which

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GROSS

RECEIPT INCOME

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J. C. HERRIES.

AN ACCOUNT ofthe Total INCOME of the REVENUE of GREAT BRITAIN and IRELAND, in

backs, and Bounties of the nature of Drawbacks; together with an Account of the Public Expeodi. within the same Period.

HEADS OF REVENUE.

NET RECEIPT, as stated in Column 4 of the Account of

Public Income.

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ORDINARY REVENUES:
Balances and Bills outstanding on 5th January, 1826
Customs
Excise
Stamps
Taxes
Post Office
One Shilling and Sixpenny Duty on Pensions and Sala->

ries, and Four Shillings in the Pound on Pensions....)
Hackney Coaches, and Hawkers and Pedlars
Crown Lands
Small Branches of the King's Hereditary Revenue..
Surplus Fees of Regulated Public Offices....
Poundage Fees, Pells Fees, Casualties, Treasury Fees,

and Hospital Fees....

19,562,973 1 88
20,626,626 16 41
6,840,030 6 101
5,023,509 6 7
2,296,401 15 10

49,587 1694
74,370 7 9
278,088 0 103

9,343 00 69,160 14 11 9,594 10 87

54,839,685 18 54

Deduct Balances and Bills outstanding on 5th January,1827

57,202,756 i is 2,189,885 14 5

£. 55,012,870 68

60,000 0 0

117,000 7 2

Total Ordinary Revenues...

OTHER RESOURCES:
Money received from the East India Company, on ac-

count of Retired Pay, Pensions, &c. of His Majesty's
Forces serving in the East Indies, per Act 4 Geo. IV.

c. 71 ... From the Commissioners for the issue of Exchequer

Bills,per Act 57 Geo. 111. c. 34. for the Employment

of the Poor.....
Money received from the Trustees of Naval and Military

Pensions....
Money repaid in Ireland, on account of Advances from

the Consolidated Fund, under various Acts, for Public

Improvements
Imprest and other Monies paid into the Exchequer....
Payment of the Balance settled by Treaty to be due from

the King of The Netherlands...
Repayment on account of money advanced out of the

Consolidated Fund in the Year 1825, for Silver Coinages From the Bank of England, on account of Unclaimed}

4,380,000 0 0

156,581 8 114

184,974 15 71
100,000 0 0

206,365 14 10

64,581 12 2

5,269,503 189

£.160,282,374 5 5;

Balances in the hands of Receivers, &c. on 5th January, 1826

Do. ............ do...... on 5th January, 1827

£. 2,363,070 2 8

2,189,885 14 5

Balances less in 1827 than in 1826 ....
Surplus Income paid into the Exchequer over Expenditure thereout...

173,181 8 9 1,009, 448 8 04

Actual Excess of Income over Expenditure £.

836,263 19 9

the Year ended 5th January 1827, after deducting the Repayments, Allowances, Discounts, Drawture of the United Kingdom, exclusive of the Sums applied to the Reduction of the National Debt,

EXPENDITURE.

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PAYMENTS OUT OF THE INCOME

in its progress to the Exchequer: Charges of Collection. Other Payments......

Total Payments out of the Income, prior to the

Payments into the Exchequer...

4,030,337 27 1,357,047 7 11%

5,387,384 15 23

PAYMENTS OUT OF THE EXCHEQUER;

...do...

Dividends, Interest,and Management of the Public Funded

Debt, four Quarters to 10th October, 1826, exclusive of £5,591,231. 165. 2d.issued to the Commissioners

27,245,750 14 0 for the Reduction of the National Debt Interest on Exchequer Bills......

831,207 6 3 Issued to the Trustees of Naval and Military Pensions, 2

28,076,958 0 3 per Act 3 Geo. IV.c. 51........

2,214,260 0 0

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Ditto to the Bank of England, per Act 4 Geo. IV. c. 22.. 585,740 00
Civil List ....

2,800,000 0 0

1,057,000 0 0 Pensions charged by Act of Parliainent on Consolidated Fund, four Quarters to 10th October, 1826.

364,268 6 31 Salaries and Allowances..

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69,115 13 5 Courts of Justice .

150,590 15 113 Mint ....

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14,750 00 Bounties.

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2,956 13 8 Miscellaneous..

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204,064 7 9 Do.... Ireland...

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301,427 10 61 Advance on account of the Wet Docks at Leith...

2,164,1737 77

240,000 0 0 For the purchase of the Duke of Athol's Interests in the Public Revenues of the Isle of Man.....

150,000 0 0 Towards rebuilding London Bridge, per Act 7 Geo, IV. c. 40....

120,000 0 0 Army

8,297,360 15 85

510,000 0 0 Navy...

6,540,634 92 Ordnance..

1,869,606 9 8 * Miscellaneous.

2,566,783 11 51 Lottery Prizes.......

19,274,385 6 0

69,802 5 10 By tbe Commissioners for issuing Exchequer Bills, per Act 3 Geo.IV.c.86, for the employment of the Poor..

443,300 0 0 Advances out of the Consolidated Fund in Ireland, for Public Works...

546,922 2 61

1,060,024 8 41

TOTAL..£. 59,272,925 17 5% Surplus of Income paid into the Exchequer, over Expenditure? issued thereout

1,009,448 8 04 . 60,282,374 5 55

Whitehall, Treasury Chambers, 24th March, 1827.

J, C. HERRIES.

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