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There was no necessity of thus going His lordship was of opinion, that before their ckwards and forwards in a hurry with lordships came to a decision, some time Is; and therefore on these grounds, with should be allowed for making up their minds ery reason for the adjouroment, and on so important a case to the parties conne against it, he should think the House cerned. Their lordships being to adjourn for ould not prooceed on this matter now. the recess this night, he should move that the The Chancellor of the Erchequer said, that further proceedings be adjourned to the sethe word substantial amendment, he did cond day of the meeting of Parliament after it mean that which the right hon gent. she recess. Ordered. Mr. Milford preho spoke last, might suppose ; be meint it sented an account of the expense of the norly by way of distinction from those amend. thern lights, the southern whale fishery, and ents which were merely verbal.

į some other accounts, which were laid on the Mr. Giles said, he considered the bi'l as table.----- A message was sent to the hoW amended by the lords, to be precisely nourable House of Commons by Sir Francis hat the House intended it to be when Molyneux, gentleman usher of the Black ey passed it, but from an oversight had Rod, acquainting them, that the lords, aunitted to express with precision, for which thorised by virtue of his Majesty's commisason he supported the amendment, and sion for declaring his royal assent to several w no reason for delaying the consideration acts agreed upon by both Houses, desired fit.

the immediate attendance of the honourable Mr. Calcraft adhered to his former opi- House in the House of Peers to hear the ion upon this subject, on account of gent- commission read ; and the Commons being men having left the House onder an idea come thither, the said commission, emat the subject was not to be discussed to- powering the Lord Archbishop of C:anterght. As to the amendment being only bury, the Lord High Chancellor of Greatwhat the House intended to have expressed, Britain, and several other lords therein e did not think it much to the credit named, to declare and notify the royal of the House, to have sent into the other assent to the said acts, was read accorHouse a bill which did not express what dingly; and the royal assent given 10, vas meant by its authors an additional

An act to explain and amend two acts eason for not being so hasty a second time. passed in the forty-second and forty-third le alleged that the House would have done years of the reign of his present Vajesty, remore wisely by printing the bill, and giving lating to volunteers and yeomanry corps in more time for its discussion than it had done. Great Britain : and also one private aci. The lords had ordered it to be printed, and - The House then adjourned to Friday the wisely so, for such measures should have as 3d day of February, 1504. ample a discussion as possible. In one word, unless some better reason than any he had yet heard, was given for agreeing to these

HOUSE OF COMMONS. amendments to-night, he should think it his

Tuesday, Dec. 20. duty to object to that course. An adjournment was moved by Lord

[Minutes.)--A message from the lords Folkestone, the bill had not been

required the attendance of the Speaker at printed, that members might have an

the bar of that House, where the royal asopportunity of seeing with more

sent was given by commission to the votainly what was the etlect of the dif

Junteer exemption act.- Mr. Mitford preferent amendments.-The gallery was then

sented an abstract of the account of the cleared; but we understand that his lord

commissioners of northern light houses ; a'so ship was prevailed upon to withdraw his

an account of the number of ships from Scotmotion. The amendments were then read

land engaged in the whale fishery. (idered and

to lie on the table. On the notion of Mr. agreed to ; the bill was returned to the lords, and the House adjourned.

Sergeant, a new writ was ordered to be issued for the election of a burgess for the

borough of Dorchester in the room of the HOUSE OF LORDS.

bun. Cropley Ashley, who has accepied Tuesday, Dec. 20.

the office of clerk of the deliveries in his [MINUTES.] ---Mr. Romilly was heard on Majesty's ordnance.

-Mr. Sheridan prepart of the appellant, in the cause of sevied a petition from certain clectors of ile Keighley v. the East India Company, after borough of Liskeard, in Cornwall, coinwhich ihe Lord Chancellor at sumie lenginspiring of the decision of the Committee delivered his sentiments respecting the case. appointed to try the merits of the last elecs

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tion for that borough. The petition stated fore, prayed permission to oppose the resoluthe right of voting vested in all the inhabi- tions of the said Committee.-Another petants of Liskeard paying scot and lot, al- tition of o similar nature was presented by though the Committee determined that it Mr. Sheridan, from a Mr. Child, of Lisbelonged solely to the mayor and burgesses, keard.

Both petitions were ordered to be and accordingly decided that the honourable taken into consideration on Tuesday the 10 h John and Williain Elliots, the sitting mem- of April next.-Ordered, that the account bers, were duly elected ; but in the opinion presented by Mr. Vansittast on the 14th ioand judgment of petitioners, as 1 homas She- stant, relative to bounties given on fish ridan and William Ogilvie, Esqrs. had the brought to the London market, should be majority of scot and lot voters, the said de- prioted.-On the motion of the Chancellor cision of the Committee was contrary to of the Exchequer the House adjourned to the law and usage of Liskeard. They, there- Wednesday the 1st of February 1804.

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An Account of the Net PRODUCE of all the PERMANENT Taxes in the Years aud Quarters

endling the 10th day of October, 1802 and 1803, respectively.
In the Quarters ended

In the Years ended.
Oct, 10, 1802. Oct. 10, 1803. Oct. 10, 1802. Oct. 10, 1803.
Customs
£ 1,274,-54 8 1,474,957 9 94 2,345,461 18 u

3,857,400 18 : Excise, Consolidated. 3,619,647

3,813,079 12,203,226 3 8 14,098,990 O Stamps .... 760,444 0

64 2,931,768 13 8 3,153,040 4 3 Incidental Duries

702,422 18 7 797,008 18 51 4,539,540 18 0 5,156,997 6 Duties raised in 1803, by means of a Consolidation

62,5000

62,5000 of the Customs, by the

Act of the 430 Geo. III. Sugar, Malt, Tobacco, An. 1,773,899 16 3. 1,283,428 17 34 3,599,095 14 64 3,995,407 4 9

8,131,168 3 1 8,245,718 7 125,199,093 14 0:2,192,335 39

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Al Account of the Amount of the Norts of the BANK OF IRELAND, in Circulation (inclading

BANK Post Bills payable after Seven Days Sight) on tbe 1st January, April. Angust, and October, 1803, respectively; distinguishing the smount of the several Descriptwns of

Notes below tbe Value of Five POUNDS.
Value of
L. s. d.

L.
d. Value of
L. d. L.

d. 1.5. and Upwards 1,624,401 4 81 L. 5. and Upwards...

1,806,194 16 1. I. 141,403,

L. 1. ......

143,226 0 ! Glinica .. $41,203 17

i Guinea .. 542,976 10 1 & } 311,597

999,351 II 43
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1,01 2,596 4 11

314,422 12 74 3.. 5,142 12 9

3

11,971 1803. January 1st....

2,623,752 16

1:03. August ist....... L. 2,818,790 5 il L. 5. and Upwards ... 1,642,254 14 75

L. 5. and Upwards..... 1,759,950 91 L. 1. 139,778

143,314 0 i Guinea 530,9 il

I Guinea.... 544,992 36
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314,391 18
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10,923 8 3 18:3. April ist.. 1. 2,659,950 16 1803. October ist

£2,781,841 17 31 For the Gov. and Comp. of the Bank of Ireland, Publiu, gth Dec. 1803.

Wm. Donlevy, Acct. Gen.

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1897] fure, prayed pericing An Amount of tbe Notes of the Bank of trucs of the aidos

ENGLAND, in Circulation on tbe Ist of ti'ion of o

June, 1st Aug. 1st Oct. and 251b Nov. Mr. Sheridan, tra il

1803 ;-distinguisbing the Amount of those keard. Buth petites

that were below the Value of Five Pounds. taken into considerated Amount of Bank of England Notes of Fivé cf April next.- Ondan Pounds each, and upwards, including Bank presented by M: 1972 Post Bills payable Seven Days afier Sight. bant, relatire to beat On 1st June - 1803, £ 12.847,540. brught to the Lorde 1st August - • • 1803, 13,013,180. priated.–1)n the store 1st October .- 1803, 12,570,500. of the Exchequer the first

251h November 1803, 13,502,690. Wedcestay tbe ladlar Amount of Bank of Eng'and Notes of £2.

and £ 1. each. On 1st June 1803, £3,253,600.

1st August - . - 1803, 3,721,330. PERMANENT Tases mais 1st October -. 1803, 4,052,010. T, INCO. 1807 , 25th November 1803, - • 4,429,240.

Wm. Walton, Acct. Gen. caded

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Bank of England, 2d Dec. 1803.

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2303 82

COUNTIES.

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173 2 Bedtord....

169 87 Buckingham,

348 9 3

13 Berks....

392 321

5 106

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103 4+ Cambridge..

318 17

288 64 2

28 Cheshire Cumberland.

2 39 Cornwall

49

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127 1 Cardigan

123 142 230

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85 1

84 Durham....

444 17 2

241 401 77 Devon

1216 69 4

10 11331 124 Dorset

332
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53 Denbigh

1308

1 22 104 Essex...

819 31 19

77 692 287 Flint.

2

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3 7 Glamorgan..

199
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81 Heritord..

18 272 129 Huntingdon.

123
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62 57 Hants.

597

1 2 48 535 253 Hertford..

4 Rent..

104026 7 73

934: 492 Lancaster....

53 2166 258 London and

1376 28

4

84 1260 1233 Middlesex Leicester

510 29

JO 470 59 Lincoln.

2

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6:4 132 Merioneth...

86 2 2

82 45 Monmouth

1271
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160
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452 Northampton..

7 3

166

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Norfolk....

802 32 14

22 Northumberland.

530 45

14 4701 155 Nottingham..

519 33

463 97 Oxford ..

3371 27 Pembroke.

10 Rutland....

42

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571 40 Suffolk.

113 $326 12 62245 Sui rey

57110 § 102 455 508 Sussex

971

2 5 19 Somerset

890

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7.15

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595 3

583 13 Worcester

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General Return of the Royal Army of Reserve

for Ireland.

Abstract of a List of such Yeomanty and Vo

lunteer Corps as bave been accepted, and placed upon tbe Establishment in Ireland.

Dublin Castle, 5lb Dec. 1803.

IRELAND.

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Armagh
Carlow..
Cavan
Clare
Cork (City)

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Donegal
Down
Dublin (City)..

Do. (County).
Fermanagh
Galway
Kerry
Kildare
Kilkenny
King's
Leitrim
Limerick (City)..

Do. (County).
Londonderry
Longford..
Louth
Mayo
Meath
Monaghan
Queen's
Roscommon
Sligo
Tipperary
Tyrone
Waterford
Westmeath.
Wexford
Wicklow.

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No particular Return of men rejected at the Receiviog Quarters has been made,
in consequence of no Expense for Pay, &c. having been incurred for such Men.

229 51

60 73

132

30 43 167

82 291 279

89 261 359

66 255 25 I 22 88 180 30 155

220 108

95 18; 199

81 97 113 104

176 86 223! 127

51 199

116 307 593 175

105 222 135 75

68 199 IT 142

268 292

58 III 169 150

60 IS 335 3.11 1,6

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Antrim Armagh. Carlow Cavan Clare Cork (County).. Cork (City) Donegal Down Dublin (County) Dublin (City) Fermanagh Galway Kerry.. Kildare Kilkenny King's County Leitrim Limerick Londonderry Longford Louth Mayo Meath Monaghan Queen's County Roscommon Sligo Tipperary. Tyrone Waterford Westmeath Wexford Wicklow

Rank and

File.

Cav. | laf. 66 131 144 54

314 46:4 29 63 138 20 108 2670 '171 36 55

14 142) 1008 37 751 134 30 190, 2505 17 31 41 14 335 499 73 143 211 70 960 338: 21 43 77

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275 1395 12

31 58 12 27 54 99 25 553 1244 251 55 1371

266 2672 14

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43 65 20 120 11.40 24

46 76 20 23 46

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13 265! I 19 35

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19 361 1216 16 33! 61

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Car'. Infan. Art. File. London

56013338

12460 Middlesex

82, 8299

8370 Man, Isle of

695 693 Merioneth

4641 464 Monmouth.

125) 1624

16.6 Montgomery

1201 1560 1680 Nairn.

320

320 Norfolk

1120 651108 6918 Northampton.

1037 3130 4089 Northumberland

5171 4411 4726 Nottingham

472 3635 .. 4107 Oxford

591 3322

3516 Orkney and Zttland Pecbles

5? 480

532 Pembroke

44 1852 70 2700 Perth

160 38971 63 4036 • Radnor

1000

1000 Renfrew..

2701 Ross

16201 1620 Roxburgh

108 960 IC60 Rutland

495 Salop

940 5022 5852 Selkirk

50

142 Somersei.

1544 7747 9030 Stafford

1090' 5425

6072 Stirling

308 1318 65. 1667 Suffolk

769 6837 7332 Sutherland

1092

1092 Surrey.

8105 Sussex.

1024 6114 637 6198 Tower Hamlets

4173 3742 Warwick

708) 3874

4146 Westminster

260 12438

10084 Westmoreland

14201 1420 Wight, Isle of

120 1732 184 2030 Wigtown

624 7:9 Wilts....

8504524 5176 Worcester.

494 4046

4304 York, North Riding. 267 4381

4683 York, East Riding

3821 3473

61 3890 York, West Riding ...... 1606 129901 5014006

160 335

Aberdeen
Anglesea
Argyll

Ayr
Banff
Bedford
Berks ..
Berwick
Brecon
Bucks...
Bute
Caithness
Cambridge
Cardigan...
Carmarthen
Carnarvon
Chester
Clackmannon..
Cinque Ports
Cornwall
Cromarty
Cumberland
Denbigh
Derby..
Devon..
Dorset
Dumbarton.
Dumfries
Durham.
Elgin
Essex
Fife
Flint
Forfar..
Glamorgan.
Gloucester
Hants...
Hereford..
Hertford..
Huntingdon
Inverness
Kent
Kincardine..
Kinross
Kircudbright
Lanark
Lancaster
Leicester..
Lincoln
Linlithgow..
Lothian, East
Lothian, Mid..
Lothian, Mid..
Edinburgh City.

100

944 7801

383 5432 2328 7772

164 56 3431 330 3736 194; 2344 2464 330 5277 5852 137313197,132515212 515 2201

234.0 88 605 630 84 18751

1879 573 3814 300 4440

770 784
|[251 6335 7033

350 2613 100 2906
250 24:9 2698
47, 2692

70 2717

2301 644 6436 176 7161 12521 7164 836: 9509 180 3720

3532 625 2319

50 2762 166 840

1006 3666 3320 1530 8804' 253 10295

824
280

280
200
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651 4448 4513
58613710 560 14278
622 29461

3488 713 4560 7866

80 800 205 700

905 300 1574 1843

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Field Officers..

1,246 Captains

4.472 Subalterns

9,918 Staff Officers

1,100 Serjeants

14,787 Drummers

6,733

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