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At the end of each year, there are cer- From this net produce, £125,640. 11.91 tain sums remaining in the hands of the were paid on account of militia and deserCollectors and of the Receivers General, ters' warrants, provisional cavalry, and the which have arisen from the revenues of the defence of the realm, and other objects year: there ate, also, bills, arising from the connected therewith; £1,059, 276. 4. 01. revenues of the preceding year, which have for bounties for promoting fisheries, linen been transmitted to the Receivers General, manufactures, &c.; £37,313. 11. 103. for but which, as they did not become due in pensions out of the hereditary revenue, and that year, were brought to the account of perpetual pensions and stipends charged on the subsequent year. These two items the land revenue; £13,701. 1. 24. toconstitute what are called the balances, wards improving his Majesty's woods and and, together with the gross receipt of the forests; £131,004. 16. 5. by virtue of revenues of the year, form the whole warrants from the Barons of the Exchequer amount of revenue to be expended or in Scotland, towards the support of the ciotherwise accounted for, within the year. vil government of that part of the kingdom; The balances which remained on the 5th and £ 74,365. 2 10. for monies impressed Jan. 1802, and which form part of that in the hands of different persons, and adamount for the year ending on the 5th Jan. vanced on account of the redemption of 1803, were £283,264. 1. 7) in the hands the land tax. £60,567,033. 9. 4*. were, of Collectors; £822,818. 3. 94 in the also, paid into the Exchequer. (See fourth hands of the Receivers General; and column.) £122,215. 19. 10. in bills arising from All that remains after these expenditures

the revenues of the year 1801, but not due should be paid into the Exchequer, but it -- until after the 5th of Jan. 1802.

generally happens that some portion of the The gross receipt is the whole amount revenues remains in the hands of collecof the sum's which have been collected, un- tors, and receivers, and some in bills which der each branch of the revenue, during the become due at a future period. The bayear. That received during the year end- lances remaining on the 5th Jan. 1803, ing on the 5th of Jan. 1803, amounis to were £270,304. 17. 21. in the hands of £67,937,093. 12. 9*; (see second column) collectors; £670,080. 6. 8. in the hands of and was collected at the average rate of Receivers General; and £296,939. 3. 24 £4. 17. 9. per centum.

in bills not due; the whole of which will be From the joint produce of the balances carried into the account of the revenues remaining on the 5th Jan. 1802, and the for the year ending on the sth of Jan. gross receipts from that time to the 5th Jan.

1804. 1803, £3,920,920. 19. 3 were paid for This general abstract is compiled from re-payments, discounis, drawbacks and accounts presented to the Treasury from bounties of the nature of drawbacks, for the Inspector General of Imports and Exthe difference of exchange between Edin- ports, Accomptant General of the Exciseburgh and London, for allowances to the Ofice, Excise Ollice of Edinburgh, the Universities for almanacks, and for paper Comptroller of Stamps, Office for Tases, and parchment to slamp; £16,832. 8. 3. Accountant General of the Post Office, for the packet establishment, with the al- Receivers of the duties on pen ions for lowance to Ireland in lieu of packet post- England and Scotland, Receivers General.' age, and for Irish postage received in Great of the land tax, Receiver General of his Britain; and £1,982,079. 5. 101. for the Majesty's household, Hackney Coach Of. charges of management.

fice, Office for licensing hawkers and pedThese sums, deducted from the amount lars, Receiver General of the Alienation of the balances and gross receipt, leave a Office, Green Wax Office, Auditors of the nett produce of £63,245,559. 4. 8. (see land revenue for England and Wales. Sur ; third column) to be applied to national üb- veyor General of the Land Oitice, Exche, jects and to payments in the Exchequer, quer, and the Treasury Chambers, The average rate at which this sum was collected was £5. 15. 6. per cenlum.

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Account of the CONSOLIDATED Fund of Great Britain for the Year ended 5th of Jan. 1803.

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Actual Payment Future Annual out of

Charge upon the
EXPENDITURE.

Consolidated Fund, Consolidated Fund,
in ihe Year ended as it stood on the,

5th Jan. 1803. 5th Jan, 1803.
Total Income of the Consolidated Fund, arising from k
d. Total Charge upon Conselidated Fund for National

d.
taxes, which existed prior to the year 1793....
Debt, Civil List, and Parliamentary Grants, existing

d.
14,686,909 19
Total of Duties imposed towards defraying

prior to the yea:

1793..

10,820,109 251'10,985,990 sni - Additional Charge created Anno

310,412 9 Total Charge of Interest, Management, and ri. per Do.

1794. 968,343 8 31 Cent, in, urred Aono

1793..

252,812 10 252,812 10 Do.

1,473,577 2 1:3 Do.

1794.
773,327 o 92

773,324 0
Do.

1796.
1,376,892 9 74
De.

1795.
1,227,415

1,227,415 3 II
Do.

1797.
3,049,291 18 11
Do.

1796.

1,850,373 3 3 1,850,373 3 3 1798. 1,358,152 15 38

1797.

3,368,219 2 2 3,368,219 2 ni 1799. 932,125 16 27 Do.

1798.

1,200.441 16 51 1,260,441 16 5Ž
1 800.
1,469,817 15 65
Do.

1799.,

1,132,207 3 3 1,132,207 3 3. lor.. 1,908,465 19 II Do.

1800..

1,089,933 5 0 1,089,933 5 Do.

1801

2,097,831 0 11 1,997,544 10
1802.

1,088,601 3 104 1,527,103 15 21
28,719,272 4 7
Money paid by Abraham Newland, Esq. on account of

24,961,267 12 6$ 25,453,364 16 99
the Commissioners for the issue of Exchequer Bills,

Thomas Marsham, Esq Sec. to Commissioners for
pursuant to Act 35 Geo. 111. cap..
16,300 0 issuing Exchequer Bilis

1,5c0 0
Canal and Dock Duty, per Act 39 Geo. 111. cap. 60,

Rich. Clarke, Esq. Chamberlain of the City of London 35,000

1,739 15 71 ADDITIONAL PERMANENT CHARGE on Account of
Anno 1799.....
Arrears of Voluntary Contributions..

Grants, for which no additional Provisioo has been
Additional Assessed Taxes

47,125 IT 71
made

134,695 17 64 132,500 Income Duty Anno 1799..

30,097 13 5. Additional Charge, for which no Provision has been 1800..

119,235 7 7 made :- James Morrison, Esq. Fees, 2,2981. is. &d. 1801..

1,286,615 8 o -James Wyatt, Esq. Lazaretto, 30,0001 --The Goods and Shipping 1798..

49,143 19 34 Judges and Master of the Rolls to complete Salaries Brought to this Account from Supplies 1802 and 1803,

5,1511. 195. 90.....

37,450 15
to replace the like Sum paid out of the Consolidated

Conditional Charge on Account of Loans to the
Emperor, for which no additional Provision bas

Uncertain.
Customs for Bounties on Corn, Meal, Flour, and
Rice imported
2,166,875 8 104 been made.

497,591 8
Total of the actual Payment out of, and future Charge

upon, the Consolidated Fund, for the Year ended Total Income of the Consolidated Fund for the year ended 5th of January, 1803...... 32,423,605 9 5th of Jan. 1803. .....

25,607,504 19

© 25,590,864 16

INCOME

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The Consolidated Fund consists of the lidated fund, it is the custom to state, first nett produce of all the permanent taxes, the income arising from the taxes collected whether arising from customs, excise, within the year, and on the other side, the stamps, letters, or assessments, including charge on account of the national debt, cia imprest monies, and monies repaid; which, vil list, and parliamentary grants; after indeed, make the whole of the usual pub- which are stated, on the income side, such lic income of the country, except the pro- heads of receipt as do not regularly occur ; duce of the annual land and malt tax, and and, on the expenditure side, those paythe profits of the lottery. This consolidated ments for which no permanent provision is fund is pledged for the paymeni of the in- made, and also those which casually occur. terest, managemeni, &c. of the national The right hand column on the expenditure debt, and also of the civillist, and of the spe- side, shews the payments which will be necial grants made by Parliament. What- cessary for the year after that for which the ever, therefore, is, in the course of the year, account is made out, unless the debt or cibrought into the consolidated fund, more vil list be increased. than is required to answer the permanent

The first item consists of the whole charges, is called the surplus of the conso- amount of the income of the consolidated lidated fund, and is, together with the an- fund which is applicable to the payment of nual land and malt tax, the lottery, and any

the charge existing prior to the year 1793. other temporary resources, applied to the - The second of duties which were impurpose of maintaining the army, navy, and posed in the different years there specified, ordnance, and to the discharge of such mis- and were to be applied towards defraying cellaneous expenses as may arise within the additional charges created in those years:

these duties have been collected annually In making out the account of the conso- since the times when they were imposed.

the year.

Account of the Sums actually received by the Commissioners for the Reduction of the

NATIONAL Debt, for the Year ending on the 5th of January, 1803.

£.

d.

GREAT BRITAIN.

S.

d.
1,000,000 -
200,000

54,880 14 5.
48,121 157

25,000
1,796,650 6 10

80,800

2,434,047 811).

Annual Issue by Act 26th Geo. III.....
Annual Issue by Act 42d Geo. IlI...
99 and 96 Annuities....
Expired and Unclaimed Annuities.
Short Annuities, 1777.....
Dividends on 6.3 per Cent. Annuities..
Dividends on £.4 per

Cent. Annuities.
£.t per Cent. on Capitals created by Loans trom
1793 inclusive, to i8or inclusive.....

IRELAND. £. i per Cent. per Ann. on Capitals created by

Loans from 1797 inclusive, to 1802 inclusive.. Dividends on £. 3 per Cent. Annuities....

JMPERIAL. 2.1 per Cent, per Annum on the Capital created

by the Imperial Loan 1797.... Dividends on Imperial £. 3 per cent. Annuities.

5,639,500 5 93

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Account of the INTEREST paid on ExchEQUER BILLs, for the Year ending on the 5th

of January, 1803

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39-40 Geo. III. Cap. 33 Aids....
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is 176,200 6 34
39-40
Supply..

1800.........

53,093 10 1 39-40........ 104 - Further Sum...

1800..

17,900 3 35 41...... 4 - Aids......

1801...

318,485 5 5 41 81 Vore of Credit..

1801...

13.131 15 II 41. 82 Supply....

1801..

4,489 9 4 41.. 83 -. Supply.

1801, Bank of England 176.712 6 6 42.. 9 Certain Sum......

1802...,

126,157 Iz 6 42.. 17 Further Sum

1802..

71,460
42.
For raising fo. 1,000,000

1802...

18,426
42...

41
Aids.....

1802...
Paid to the Governor and Company of the Bank of England, on Personal Estates,
and Malt Tax....

129,046 14 5 Total.....

£1,105,935 19 6

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Account of the Sums paid towards satisfying the CHARGES of the FUNDED Debt of

Great-Britain and Ireland, and the IMPERIAL Loans, for the Year ending on the 5th of January, 1803.

Annuities for
INTEREST. Lives and

Charges

Terms of Years. of Management. Charges.

£

d. £.' d. .
Permanent Funded Debe of Great Britain.... 17,507,596 101 1,433,743 19 73 246,178 4 81
Loans raised for the Service of Ireland

651,262 10
9,791 13 4 11,092 13

6 Imperial Loans

225,079
230,000 0

5,834 16 31
18,384,037 10 101 1,673,535 12 11 263,105 14 61
1,673,535 12 11
263,105 14 641

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Account of the PUBLIC EXPENDITURE of Great Britain for the Year ending on the

5th of January, 1803. Taken from the Accounts presented to Parliament, and ordered to be printed on the 25th of March.

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HEADS OF EXPENDITURE. Interest, charges of management, and other ex

5. s. d. penses of the national funded debt

24,330,958 Interest on exchequer bills

1,105,935 19

A. s. d. Civil list

898,000 Other charges on consolidated fund. Courts of justice

47,629 16 Mint

13,848 18 Allowances to royal family, pensions, &c.

209,862 10 104 Salaries and allowances

87,920 1 Bounties

2,956 13 8

1,260,217 3 44 Civil government of Scotland

78,548 13 Other payments in anticipation of exchequer receipt. Bounties to fisheries, manufactures, corn, &c.

1,059,276 4 Pessions on the hereditary revenue

27,700 Militia and deserters warrants, &c.

110,956 5 1$

1,197,932 9.21 Navy.-Salaries to admiralty, navy, navy pay 6 s. d. offices

54,000 Wages, bounty, flag pay, half pay, pensions 2,592,992 13 Dock yards, building shipă, stores, pilotage, contingeccies, &c.

5,298,976 8 104 Marine service on shore

219,000

8,164,969 i 11€ Victualling department

2,224,952 2 6 Sick and wounded do

265,000 Transport d', for transports

917,101 16 10
prisoners of war in
health

42,000
Miscellancous services 90,377 6 I

1,049,479 2 II

11,704,400 7 5 Ordnance

1,500,733 9 7

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