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lishment--for making every prac which they sustain with such exticable reduction in the public ex- emplary patience and fortitude penditure, and restoring to the are chiefly to be attributed to unpeople their just share and weight avoidable causes, and I contemin the Legislature.

plate with the most cordial satisBy order of Court, faction the efforts of that enlight(Signed)

ened benevolence which is so useHenry WOODTHORPE. fully and laudably exerting itself

throughout the kingdom. To which Address and Petition I shall resort with the utmost his Royal Highness was gracious- confidence to the tried wisdom of ly pleased to return the following Parliament at the time which upon

the fullest consideration I have It is with strong feelings of sur thought most advisable under prise and regret that I receive the present circumstances of the this address and petition of the country; and I entertain a perLord Mayor, Aldermen, and fect conviction that a firm and Commons of the city of London, temperate administration of the in Common Council assembled. government, assisted and support

Deeply as I deplore the pre- ed by the good sense, public vailing distress and difficulties of spirit, and loyalty of the nation, the country, derive consolation will effectually counteract those from the persuasion that the great proceedings which, from whatbody of his Majesty's subjects, ever motives they may originate, notwithstanding the various at are calculated to render temporatempts which have been made to ry difficulties the means of proirritate and mislead them, are well ducing permanent and irreparable convinced that the severe trials calamity.

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PUBLIC INCOME OF GREAT BRITAIN,

For the Year ending Fifth January, 1816.
An Account of the OrdinaXY Revenues and ExTRAORDINARY Resources constituting the Public Income of

GREAT BRITAIN.

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ORDINARY REVENUES :

Permanent and Annual Taxes.
Customs
Excise
Stamps
Land and assessed Taxes.
Post Office.....
Pensxons and 18. in the 6

Salaries 6d, in the ..
Hackney Coaches..
Hawkers and Pedlars.

£ d. £ d. £

d.
11,807,322 12 2,727,767 18 61 9079,554 13 7
23,370,055 8 31 2,831,026 13 43 20,539,028 14 11

6.492,804 14 10 353,219 6 0 6,139,585 8 9
7,911,938 4 9 302,921 13 104 7,609,016 10 11
2,349,519 o 101

593,620 18

9 1,755,898 2 1 20,280 19

372 3 II 19,908 1 15 11,776 6

6 638 6

11,138 0 29.283 14. 101

4,562 5

24,721 9

81 21,591 10

3,075 51 18,516 9 91

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Total Permanent and Annual Duties.

52,014,572 II

74 6,8.1,204 6 45 45,197,368 5 29

Small Branches of the Hereditary Revenue.
Alienation Fines.
Post Fines.
Seizures
Compositions and Proffers.
Crown Lands...

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EXTRAORDINARY RESOURCES.

WAR Taxes.
Customs
Excise.
Property Tax
Arrears of Income Duty, &c.
Lottery, Net Profit (of which one-third part is for the service of Ireland).
Monies paid on Account of the interest of Loans raised for the Service of Ireland
On Account of Balauce due by Ireland on joint Expenditure of the United King-

dom...
On Account of the Commissioners, appointed by Act 35 Geo. 3. cap. 127, and

37 Geo. 3, cap. 27, for issuing Exchequer Bills for Grenada, &c.
On Account of the Interest, &c. of a Loan granted to the Prince Regent of

Portugal....
Surplus Fees of Regulated Public Offices.
Imprest Monies repaid by sundry Public Accountants, and other nies paid to

the Public

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Total, independent of Loans
Loans paid into the Exchequer, (including the amount of those raised for the

Service of Ireland)

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PUBLIC INCOME OF GREAT BRITAIN,

For the Year ending Fifth January, 1816.
An Accoun. of the ORDINARY REVENUES and ExtrAORDINARY RESOURCES constituting the Public INCOME of

GREAT BRITAIN.

CROSS RECEIPT | browbacks, Discounts,
HEADS OF REVENUE.

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NT PRODUCE
Charges of ManareID 1, relate to Mal nal
&c. paid ut of the Gross, Objec's, ante Paments
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intoine Excheque.

ORDINARY REVENUES : Permanent and Annual Taxes.

1. d. &

£
11.807,32: 12 12,727,767 18 61 9079,554 13 7
23,370,055 8 31 2,831.026 13 4 20,539,028 14 11

6.492,804 14 10 | 353,219 6 0 6,139,585 $ 94
7,911.938 497 312,921 13 10# 7,609,016 10 11%
2,349,519 o ich 593,620 18 9 1,755,898 2
20,280 19

372 311 19,908 15
11,776 6 6

638 6 3 11,138 0 29 283 14 104

4,562 5

24,721 9 81 21,591 10 21 3,075 5) 18,516 9 91

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Small Branches of the Hereditary Roperue. Alienation Fines...... Post Fines............. Seizures ...... Compositions and Proffers. Carwn lands...

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Customs
Excise..

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£
2,841,406
6,737,028 19
15,277,4999

313 19
327,906 13
3,981,783 6

£

d.
560,771

3 11
69,252 0 63
299,250 11

5 13 3) 23,255 10

2

1

£

d.
2,280,634 17 8
6,667,776 18 6
14,978,248 18 25

308 5 91
304,651 10 6
3,981,783 6
6,107,986 12

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6,107,986 12

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Property Tax
Arrears of Income Duty, &c.
Lottery, Net Profit (of which one-third part is for the service of Ireland).
Monies paid on Account of the interest of Loans raised for the Service of Ireland
On Account of Balayce due by Ireland on joint Expenditure of the United King-
On Account of the Commissioners, appointed by Act 35 Geo. 3. cap. 127, and

37 Geo. 3, cap. 27, for issuing Exchequer Bills for Grenada, &c.
On Account of the Interest, &c. of a Loan granted to the Prince Regent of

Portugal...
Surplus Fees of Regulated Public Offices.
Imprest Monies repaid by sundry Public Accountants, and other Monies paid to

the Public

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21 7,773,366 19 1179,948,670 0 25

Total, independent of Loans

87,722,037 0 Loung paid into the Exchequer, (including the amount of those raised for the Service of Ireland)

39,421,959 GRAS. TOTAL

1127,143,996 2

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