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TRADE OF THE UNITED KINGDOM.

AN ACCOUNT of the VALUE of all IMPORTS into, and of all EXPORTS from, the United Kingdom of GREAT BRITAIN and IRELAND,

During each of the Three Years ending the 5th January 1822, (calculated at the official Rates of Valuation, and stated exclusive of the Trade between Great Britain and Ireland, reciprocally; distinguishing the Amount of the Produce and Manufactures of the United Kingdom exported, from the Value of Foreign and Colonial Merchandize exported :-Also, stating the Amount of the Produce and Manufactures of the United Kingdom exported therefrom, according to the Real and Declared Value thereof.

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Inspector General's Office, Custom-House, London, 23rd March, 1822.

YEARS

ending

5th January

1820

1821

1822

VALUE of IMPORTS
into the
United Kingdom,
calculated
at the
Official Rates of
Valuation.

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VALUE OF EXPORTS FROM THE United KINGDOM,
calculated at the Official Rates of Valuation.

£ s. d. £
s. d.
B s. d. L
3. d.
30,748,146 1 10 33,491,836 9 5 9,905,184 11 10 43,387,021 1 3
32,438,650 17 3 38,395,555 7 2 10,555,912 10 348,951,467 17 5
30,744,028 5 6 40,831,744 17 5 10,698,479 14 551,

551,530,224 11 10

Foreign
and
Colonial
United Kingdom Merchandize.

Produce and
Manufactures
of the

VALUE of IMPORTS

into Great Britain, calculated

at the Official Rates of Valuation.

Inspector General's Office, Custom House, London, 23rd March, 1822.

TOTAL
EXPORTS.

TRADE OF GREAT BRITAIN.

AN ACCOUNT of the VALUE of all IMPORTS into, and of all EXPORTS from GREAT BRITAIN, During each of the Three Years ending the 5th January 1822; (calculated at the Official Rates of Valuation, and stated exclusive of the Trade with Ireland;) distinguishing the Amount of the Produce and Manufactures of the United Kingdom exported, from the Value of Foreign and Colonial Merchandize exported :-Also, stating the Amount of the Produce and Manufactures of the United Kingdom exported from Great Britain, according to the Real and Declared Value thereof.

WILLIAM IRVING,

Inspector General of Imports and Exports.

VALUE OF EXPORTS FROM GREAT BRITAIN,
calculated at the Official Rates of Valuation.

Produce and
Manufactures

Foreign
and
of the
Colonial
United Kingdom Merchandize.

VALUE of the Produce and Manufactures

of the

TOTAL
EXPORTS.

B s. d. & s. d.
29,654,898 13 4 32,923,574 18 8

L s. d. L
s. d.
9,879,236 0 0 42,802,810 18 8
31,484,108 11 8 37,818,035 13 3 10,525,025 18 8 48,343,061 11 11
29,675,320 4 7 40,194,892 13 11 10,670,880 8 9 50,865,773 2 8
1

United Kingdom, exported therefrom, according to the Real and Declared Value thereof.

£ s. d. 35,204,564 19 0 36,424,652 13 11

36,659,631 30

VALUE

of the Produce and Manufactures of the United Kingdom, exported from Great Britain, secording to the Real and Declared Value thereof.

L 34,248,495 6 35,568,669 9 3 35,826,082 13 7

WILLIAM IRVING. Inspector General of the Imports and Exports, of Great Britain.

Years ending

5th January

AN ACCOUNT OF THE VALUE OF ALL IMPORTS INTO, AND OF ALL EXPORTS FROM, IRELAND;

VALUE, inclusive of the Trade with GREAT BRITAIN.

During each of the Three Years ending the 5th January 1822, (calculated at the Official Rates of Valuation, and stated inclusive and exclusive of the Trade with Great Britain;) distinguishing the Amount of the Produce and Manufactures of the United Kingdom exported, from the Value of Foreign and Colonial Merchandise exported ;-Also, stating the Amount of the Produce and Manufactures of the United Kingdom exported from Ireland, according to the Value thereof as computed at the Average Prices Current.

1820

VALUE, exclusive of the

Trade with GREAT BRITAIN.

1821

1822

Years ending

5th January

1820

1821

1822

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TRADE OF IRELAND.

VALUE
of Imports into
IRELAND,
calculated at the
Official Rates
of Valuation.

Custom House, Dublin, 21st March, 1822.

1,093,247 8 6

954,542 5 7

1,068,708 0 11

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VALUE OF EXPORTS FROM IRELAND,
calculated at the Official Rates of Valuation.

Produce and
Manufacture
of the United
Kingdom.

£. s. d. £. s. d. £.

6,395,972 17 53 5,708,582 15 72

5,197,192 17 87,089,441 11 6

6,548,515 9 81 7,703,857 11 82

558,261 10 9

577,519 18 11

636,852 3 6

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8. d. £. s. d. £. s. d. 61,882 12 23 5,770,465 7 10 9,747,206 1 14 89,781 6 117,179,222 18 5 10,308,713 11 91 9,808,057 19 72

77,795 4 3 7,781,652 16 0

25,948 11 10 584,210 2 74
30,886 11 7

608,406 5 6

27,599 5 7 664,451 9 2

VALUE

of the Produce and Manufacture of the United Kingdom, exported from Ireland, as computed at the Average Prices Current.

956,069 12 8

855,983 4 64

833,548 9 5

WILLIAM MARRABLE,

Inspector General of the Imports and Exports of Ireland.

VESSELS EMPLOYED IN THE FOREIGN TRADE.

AN ACCOUNT of the Number of VESSELS, with the Amount of their TONNAGE, and the Number of MEN and Boys employed in Navigating the same, (including their repeated Voyages,) that entered Inwards, and cleared Outwards, at the several Ports of The United Kingdom, from and to all Parts of the World (exclusive of the Intercourse between Great Britain and Ireland respectively), during each of the three Years ending 5th January, 1820, 1821, and 1822.

NAVIGATION OF THE UNITED KINGDOM.

YEAR ending

5th January Ves

sels.

SHIPPING ENTERED INWARDS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM, (exclusive of the Intercourse between Great Britain and Ireland.)

1820.

1821.

.....

British and Irish Vessels.

YEAR

ending

5th January Ves

sels.

Tons. Men.

British and Irish Vessels.

23d March, 1822.

Foreign Vessels.

#

1820...... 11,974 1,809,128 107,556 4,215 542,684 32,632 16,189 2,351,812 140,188 1821...... 11,285 1,668,060 100,325 3,472 447,611 27,633 14,757 2,115,671 127,958 1822...... 10,805 1,599,423 97,485 3,261 396,107 26,043 14,066 1,995,530 123,528

Tons. Men.

Ves-
sels.

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Tons. Men.

SHIPPING CLEARED OUTWARDS FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM, (exclusive of the Intercourse between Great Britain and Ireland.)

Foreign Vessels,

Vessels.

10,250 1,562,802 97,267 8,795 556,041 10,102 1,549,508 95,849 2,969 433,328 1822.... 9,797 1,488,644 93,377 2,628 384,219

Vessels.

Tons. Men.

TOTAL.

Tons.

Vessels.

TOTAL.

Men.

Tons.

WILLIAM IRVING.

Men.

30,333 14,045 2,118,843 127,60 24,545 13,071 1,982,836 120, 22,179 || 12,425 1,872,863 1155

NAVIGATION OF THE UNITED KINGDOM-continued.

NEW VESSELS BUILT.

AN ACCOUNT of the Number of VESSELS, with the Amount of their TONNAGE, that were built and registered in the several Ports of the BRITISH EMPIRE, in the Years ending the 5th January 1820, 1821, and 1822, respectively.

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Vessels.

1,125

On 30th September
1819.

IN THE YEARS ENDING THE 5TH JANUARY

1820.

Tons. Men.

Vessels. Tonnage. Vessels. Tonnage. Vessels. Tonnage.

777

89,091

619 66,691

585

58,076

20

1,381

16

1,451

12

1,406

328

21,701

248

16,440

208

11,810

112,173

1821.

Ves-
sels.

883

On 30th September
1820.

84,582

VESSELS REGISTERED.

AN ACCOUNT of the Number of VESSELS, with the Amount of their TONNAGE, and the Number of MEN and Bors usually employed in Navigating the same, that belonged to the several Ports of the BRITISH EMPIRE, on the 30th September, in the Years 1819, 1820 and 1821, respectively.

WILLIAM IRVING.

805

Tons. Men.

1822.

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71,292

aited Kingdom 21,501 2,425,885 155,277 21,473 2,412,804 155,335 21,163 2,329,213 150,424 sles Guernsey;)

WILLIAM IRVING.

Men.

Jersey and 496 25,712 3,613 496 26,225 3,775 489 26,639 3,859

Man ritish Planta

3,485 214,799 15,488 3,405 209,564 15,304 3,384 204,350 14,896

tions..

TOTAL.... 25,482 2,666,396 174,378 25,374 2,618,593 174,414 25,036 2,560,202 16,179

Istom House, London, 23d March, 1822.

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An Account of the Publick Funded Debt of the United Kingdom, payable in Great
ascertained :-Distinguishing the different Funds in which the same is Invested ;-the
Years ;-Charges of Management ;-the Annual Interest and other Sums payable to the
And the Total Annual Expense :-Distinguishing also, upon what Conditions, and at
To which is added, the Amount of Loans to the Emperor of Germany, and Prince Regent

Capitals At 3 per

Centum per Annum.

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Annuities for 10 Years, 1777, fallen in
Ditto per Act 26 Geo. III.
Ditto - 42 Ditto

By Act 53 Geo. III. c. 35, being Half
the Interest of Sums raised pro
Annos 1813 and 1814, which ex-
ceeded 13,013,914, the estimated
Sum applicable to Reduction of
Debt, at 1st February, 1813
By Ditto, pro Anno 1814, which ex-
ceeded 11,330,452. Ditto 1st
February, 1814

By Ditto, pro Anno 1815, which ex-
ceeded 11,824,760. Ditto 1st
February, 1815

By Ditto, pro Anno 1818, which exceeded 14,454,084. Ditto 1st February, 1818

By Ditto, pro Anno 1819, which exceeded 15,666,797. Ditto 1st February, 1819

By Ditto, pro Anno 1820, which exceeded 16,832,864. Ditto 1st February, 1820

·

By Act 59 Geo. III. c. 111, £1
per
Cent. per Annum, on Outstanding
Exchequer Billa

Deduct Stock transferred in the
Year ended 5th January, 1822, to
the Commissioners, on account of
Land Tax Redeemed

Ditto remaining in the Names of the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt

Transferred for Purchase of Life
Annuities

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