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For the Relief of the Suffering Clergy and Laity of France
Ditto

Toulonese and Corsican Emigrants
Ditto

Dutch Emigrants
Towards the Repairs of Henry VII.'s Chapel
In further execution of an Act for making Roads and building Bridges in the High-

lands of Scotland
Towards defraying the Expense of making an Inland Navigation from the Eastern to

the Western Sea, by Inverness and Fort William
To pay the Salaries of certain Officers of the Two Houses of Parliament
To pay Fees on passing Public Accounts
To defray the Expense of Law Charges
To pay the Expenses incident to the Two Houses of Parliament
To be paid to Sheriffs for Conviction of Felons and Overpayments in their Accounts
To make good the deficiency of the Grant 1813, for defraying the Expense of Printing

the Votes of the House of Commons
For defraying thi Expense of Printing Ditto
To defray the Charge for Stationery for the Two Houses of Parliament
To defray Bills of the Usher of the Court of Exchequer for supplying the Court and

Offices with Stationery, for keeping in good and sufficient Repair the said Court,

and for the accustomed Fees or Allowances to the several Officers thereof To pay certain small charitable and other Allowances to the Poor of St. Martin in

the Fields, et alia
For defraying the Charge of the superintendence of Alieus
To make good the deficiency of the Grant 1812, for Prosecutions relating to the Coin

of this Kingdom
To make good Ditto of the Grant 1813 for Ditto
For defraying the Expense of Ditto
For defraying the Expense of the Public Office, Bow-Street
To be applied towards erecting the Military College at Sandhurst
For carrying on the Improvements of Holyhead Harbour
To make good the deficiency of the Grant 1813, for defraying the Expense of

printing Bills, Reports, and other Papers, by Order of the House of Commons
To defray the Expense of Printing Ditto
To make good the deficiency of the Grant 1912, for printing 1750 Copies of the 66th

Volume of the Journals of the House of Commons
For defraying the Expenses of printing 1750 Copies of Ditto
Towards defraying the Expense of re-printing Six Volumes of the Journals of the

House of Commons
Towards defraying the Expense of confining, maintaining, and employing Convicts

at Home
Towards defraying the Expense of the Royal Military College
Ditto

Royal Military Asylum
To defray the Charge of Printing for the House of Lords
Por defraying the Expense of Works done at the House of Lords
To make good the Deficiency of the Grant 1811, for Repairs and Works at the King's

Bench Prison
For defraying the Extra Charge for Contingencies of the Offices of the Three Secre-

taries of State Ditto

Messengers
For Protestant Dissenting Ministers in England
Ditto

Ireland
For Improvements of Streets and Places near Westminster Hall
For the purchase of Buildings and further Improvements of Ditto
For Works done at the Houses of Parliament and Speaker's House
To discharge Arrears due to Tradesmen for Ditto from Micbaelmas 1800 to 5th

January 1812
For the Relief of the Poor French Refugee Clergy
Towards defraying the Expense of building a Penitentiary House at Milbank
For the Board of Agriculture
For the Relief of the Sufferers by a Volcanic Eruption in the Island of Saint Vincent
To the Governors of Queen Anne's Bounty, for the Augmentation of the Maintenance

of the Poor Clergy
To defray the Expense of printing the 48th Volume of the Journals of the House of

Peers
To defray the Charge of the Superannuation Allowance to J. Planta, Esq. formerly

one of the Paymasters of Exchequer Bills
Ditto • to Mr. E. Royer, formerly a Clerk in the Lottery Office
Ditto – to retired Clerks in the Audit Office
To defray the Expense of the National Vaccine Establishment
For the Relief of the Poor French Refugee Laity
To enable the Trustees of the British Museum to carry on the Trusts reposed in them

by Parliament

134 2 1 3,000 0 0

9,304 6 5

86,855 18 91 37,798 15 2 32,662 S11 24,949 17 2 5,000 0.0

2,160 3 0

17,500 0 0 19,000 0 0 1,615 14

753 12 6 25,725 0 0

8,974 0 0 10,074 13 5

5,092 40 1,673 17 0 31,115 10 5

3,000 0 25,000 0 0

100,000 0 0

2,107 5 8

266 13 4 170 00 850 0 0 3,000 0 0 4,500 0 0

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To enable the Trustees of the British Museum to proceed in making the necessary
Purchases for improving the collection of printed Books

1,000 0 0 To enable Ditto to purchase a Collection of Antiquities to be deposited in the British Museum

8,200 0 0 To enable Ditto to print the Codex Alexandrinus

2,000 0 For defraying the Expense of printing and distributing the Parish Registers

6,169 14 0 For printing by order of the Commissioners of Public Records

6,411 10 6 for defraying Captain Manby's Allowance and travelling Expenses in carrying into effect his Plan for saving the Lives of Shipwrecked Mariners

2,000 0 0 Towards defraying the Expense of erecting a Building for the reception of Criminal Lunatics

19,800 0 0 For defraying the Expense of completing the Repairs of the Church of Saint Margaret's Westminster

3,059 00 For the Service of the Royal Military College

9,000 0 0 Towards defraying the Expense of further improving the Communication between the County of Edinboro' and the County of Fife

10,000 0 0 Towards the Expense of rebuilding the Church at St. Petersburgh, for the use of his Majesty's Ambassador and British Subjects resident there

5,000 0 0 To make Compensation to the Commissioners for inquiring into the Conduct of Business in the Office of Works

7,500 0 0 To be applied in Support of an Institution called the Veterinary College

1,000 0 0 To be applied by the Society for the Refuge of the Destitute in sapport of that Institution

1,500 0 0 To pay off certain Annuities after the rate of Five Pounds per Centum per Annum, being part of the Annuities granted by Acts 37 and 42 Geo.3.

71,323 97 For the Salaries of the Officers and Incidental Expenses in preparing and drawing the Lotteries

13,250 0 0 To the Chief Clerk in the Office of the Auditor of the Exchequer, for his extra trouble in preparing Exchequer Bills, pursuant to Act 48 Geo. 3.

500 0 For Salaries to the Officers and Incidental Expenses of the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt

5,000 0 0 For Incidental Expenses of the Acts for Redemption of the Land Tax

1,467 y 9 Compensation to Commissioners for Services under the said Acts

6,958 0 Bank of England, for Discount on prompt Payments to Loan £.27,000,000.

362,1 0 9 Ditto Ditto

£.22,000,000.

133,098 6 0 Ditto for-Management of Loan £.27,000,000.

21,600 0 0 Ditto £.22,000,000.

17,600 0 0 Ditto for Discounts on Lotteries

853 5 5 Ditto for receiving Ditto

3,000 0 Ditto for Management of Life Annuities

678 13 5 Incidental Expenses under the Convention with Russia and Prussia

2,469 2

8 Expenses of Printing Subsidy Bills

1,104 18 To complete the purchase of the Island and Light of May

30,000 0 0 To make good the Deficiency of the Civil List, on 5 April 1814

118,857 4 11 Towards defraying the Extraordinary Charges of the Civil List for the Year 1814 100,000 0 0 To make good to his Majesty's Civil List, Sums issued thereout, pursuant to Addresses of the House of Commons

40,021 14 0 To make good to Ditto, Sums issued pursuant to Ditto

17,989 19 5 To make good to Ditto, Sums issued for Public Services

60,212 13 7 SERVICES ABROAD. Towards defraying the Expense of the Civil Establishments of Upper Canada

7,000 0 0 Nova Scotia

18,084 19 New Brunswick

5,775 0 Bahamas

2,550 15 Bermuda

549 8 14 Newfoundland

3,500 0 0 Prince Edward Island

3,656 10 Cape Breton

1,500 0 0 Sierra Leone

13,000 0 New South Wales

20,593 0 10 Dominica

492 18 2 To defray the Charge of maintaining and repairing the British Forts on the coast of Africa

25,000 0 To pay Bills drawn from Abroad on Account of Allowances to certain French and Corsican Emigrants

6,000 0 0 For the Relief of the French Emigrants resident in Guernsey and Jersey

4,483 0 0 To pay Bills drawn from New South Wales

100,000 0 0 To defray the Charge of his Majesty's Foreign and other Secret Services

135,388 1 6 Towards the Relief of the suffering Inhabitants of Germany

100,000 0 0 Total

£,2,384,591 1924

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VI.-PUBLIC FUNDED DEBT.

An Account of the Progress made in the Redemption of the Public Debt of Ireland,

Funded in Great Britain, at 1st February 1815.

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Progress made in the Redemption of the Imperial Debt, at 1st February 1815. Imperial 3 per ct.

per ct. on CaAnnuities ..... 7,502,633 6 8 1,622,584 984,502 8 9 605 pitals created

by Loan 1797 36,693 0 0 Redeemed by the Commissioners 1,622,584 0 0

Dividend

£. 1,622,584 Unredeemed 1st

3 per cent.. 48,677 10 47 Feb. 1815 ..... 5,880,049 6 8

85,370 10 41
Imperial An-

nuities which
will expire 1st
May 1819.... 230,000 0 0

Progress made in the Redemption of the Debt of Portugal, at 1st February 1815.

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An Account of the Progress made in the Redemption of the Public FUNDED DEBT of GREAT BRITAIN, at 1st February 1815.

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VOL. XXX, Appendix.

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£. s. d.

£, £.

£. d Exchequer Annuities, £. s. do Consol. 3 per cent. Ann. 428,01 8,058 4 52 77,237,985 48,227,634 11 3624 Annual Charge, per 26 G. 3. 1,000,000 0 0 2d and 3d Anne, ex......Do. pro 1807....... 8,400,000 0 0 4,333,994 2,768,054 16 0637 | .....Do.

42 do. 200,000 0 pired 5th April 1803... 23,369 13 4
Reduced 3 per ct. Ann. 259,628,522 0 1 148,416,733 92,100,692 17 ol 62 ....Do...

..54 do 300,000 0 0 Do...do. 5th Jan. 1805 7,030 6 8
...... Do. pro 1807. 8,400,000 0 0 4,675,108 2,987,236 5 8 637 Am. for 99 & 96 Y. ex. 1792 54,886 14 6 Do. 4 Anne do. 5th
Old South Sea Anns.
687 ||Do. for 10 Years...do ..1787 25,000 0 0 April 1805

23,254 11 6
24,065,084 13 114 9,789,000 6,752,4605
New Ditto.....

698 |Life Annuities Unclaimed

Do. 5 Anne do. 5th 3 per Cent. Do. 1751... 1,919,60000 963,000 682,599 5 0 707 || for 3 Years, 5th Jan. 1815. 30,589 70

April 1806

7,776 10 0
Consol. 4 per Cent. Ann. 74,077,744 2 2 7,796,400 6,586,934 8 9 844 ....Du..........of which the

Do. 6 Anne do. 5th
...Do. 5 per cent. do... 110,340,254 13 7 142,000 126,998 7 6 893 || Nominees shall have died

April 1807

4,710 100 ...Do....£. 12,000,000

prior to 5th July 1802 ..... 21,146 6 1 ||Do. 6 - Anne do. 5th part of £.14,200,000

Dividend on £.236,406,718

July 1807......... 10,181 0 0 1,372,000 0 0

at 3 per cent...

7,092,201 10 10 Bank Short Annuities 5 per cent. Annuities

Do.on £.7,796,400,4 per ct. 311,856 0 0 do. 5th Jan. 1808 418,333 0 11 1797 & 1802 1,367,615 4 5

Do, on £.142,000, 5 per ct. 7,100 00 Do. Long do. will ex3 per Cent...do. 1726... 1,000,000 0 0

1 per ct. on capitals created

pire 5th Jan. 1860 ... 1,229,852 12 01 ...Do... Bank Ann. ..... 11,686,800 0 0

since 1st Feb. 1793 5,604,091 13 04 Red. 3 per ct.by £7,400

Annual, for Reduction of

By an Act 42 G. 3. funded, partof £799,300

£.12,000,000 pro 1807... 626,255 10 5 cap. 71, such Appuiraised by Deben. 53 G.3 11,10000

ties as fall in after the Dividend on £.9,009,102

passing of that Act,
930,186,778 18 74 253,354,220 160,232,610 16 8 3 per cent. on do..

270,273 1 24|| are not to be placed
Transferred to theCom-

Dividend on £.2,795,340

to the Account of the missioners, on account

3 per cent. transferred for

Commissioners for the
of Land-TaxRedeemed 24,960,313 107

Purchase of Life Annuities 83,860 4 0 Reduction of the Na.

tional Debt.
Do....for the Purchase 905,226,465 8 04
of Life Annuities per

(15,627,254 7 02
48th Geo. 3............ 2,795,340 00

Deduct Life Annuities, &c.

Chargeable on Sinking)
Redeemed by the Com 902,431,125 8 04

Fund

4,302,493 !1 93
missioners
253,354,2200 0

11,324,760 15 3
DEBT Unredeemed at
1st February 1815.... 649,076,905 8 01

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An Account of the Public Funded DEBT of Great Britain, as the same stood on

the 1st of February 1815.

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An Account of the UNFUNDED Debt and Demands OUTSTANDING on the 5th Day of

January 1815.

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