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AN ACCOUNT (Continued) of the Publick Funded Debt of the United Kingdom, payable in

be ascertained :-Distinguishing the different Funds in which the same is invested ;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

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150,466 7 9

4,513 19 11

150,466 79

Amount of Loan to the Prince Regent of Portugal

ABSTRACT.

1,417,924 81

43,724 6 3

TOTAL DEBT of the UNITED KINGDOM,

payable in Great Britain Ditto

payable in Ireland Total Loans to the Emperor of Germany

payable in Great Britain
Total Loans to the Prince Regent of
Portugal, payable in Great Britain

871,952,738 4 7
31,879,602 03
7,502,633 6 8

895,522 7 9
912,230,495 19 3
110,551,213 9 11
801,679,282 9 4

29,905,738 16 6
1,292,444 15 9
225,079 0 0

26,865 13 6
31,450,128 6 9

3,380,481 101 28,069,646 15 8

In the Names of the Commissioners of the National Debt.

1,461,648 14 3

606 0 11 1,461,042 134

Transferred to the Commissioners for
Purchase of Life Annuities, per Act 48
Geo. III. c. 142

6,366,515 0 0

193,804 16 7

9,837 0 0

795,312,767 94

27,875,841 19 1

1,451,205 13 4

Great Britain, as the same stood on the 5th day of January, 1822, so far as the same can the Capital Stock of each Fund ;--the Annual Interest ;-- Annuities for Lives or Terms of Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Deht, by sundry Acts of Parliament; what Periods, the several Parts of the Publick Debt are Redeemable and Determinable. of Portugal, payable in Great Britain.

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22,351 13 7 51 3 2 52,351 13 7 Charged with Management at the rate of £ 340 per Million

56,916 16 8 Charge for Portugal payable in Great

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51 3 2

275,512 3 10

553 16 11

12,972,842 19 9

405,503 3 10

44,572,018 8 2
1,742,226 2 8
263,427 16 5
56,916 16 8

1,655 165

51 3 2
277,773 0 4

36,693 0 0
30,000 0 0

46,634,589 3 11

13,445,039 8 7

3,381,087 II 0 16,826,126 14 7

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277,773 0 4

46,634,589 3 11

203,641 16 7

To be further issued to the Commis141 26

sioners, arrears of Exchequer Un

claimed Life Annuities. 277,773 0 4 17,029,768 11 2 46,634,730 6 5

| Annuities payable at the Exchequer, Unclaimed for 3 Add

30,710 96 Years, at 5th of January, 1822.

17,060,479 0 8 Deduct

410,964 196 Life Annuities payable at the Bank of England.
16,649,514 1 2 Amount applicable to the Reduction of the Debt of the

United Kingdom.
N. B. The fractional parts of a Penny are not noticed in this Account.
Eichequer, the 22d day of March, 1822.

G. C. BEDFORD.

An Account of the Progress made in the Redemption of the Publick Funded Debt of The United Kingdom, payable in

each has been Redeemed by the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt since 1st of August, 1786, the and, also, the Capitals of Debt transferred to the said Commissioners on Account of Land Tax Redeemed.

FUNDS.

CAPITALS.

Long Annui.

Transferred to, or
Redeemed by the

Average ties at the

Commissioners, Total Sums paid. Price of Bank of from Ist Aug. 1786

Stocks. England.

to 5th Jan. 1822.

701 844

1902

Do.

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S.

d. €. s. d. Consolidated € 3_per Cent. Annuities 520,168,619 7 10

133,934,232 00 87,775,401 51 Reduced

Do.

Do.
407,631,452 0

260,101,838 0 0 168,682,931 6 2 £ 34 per Cent. Annuities

22,573,821 14 0

4,835,900 00 4,024,620 12 6
South-Sea Stock:
Old South Sea Annuities, and

Old
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24,065,084 13 11

7,056,600 0 0
New
Do.

4,852,934 14 6 New

5,236,5000 0 3,613,451 6 9 £ 3 per Cent. Anno 1751

1,919,600 0 0

1,160,000 0 0 818,166 15 0 Consolidated £4 per Cent. Annuities 82,741,813 48

7,796,400 0 0 6,586,934 8 9
Do.
€5 Do.

Do.
141,972,057 9 7

145,500 0 0 130,113 7 6 £5 per cent. Annuities, Annos 1797 and

1,015,968 12 4 23 per Cent.

Anno 1726

1,000,000 0 0 Do. Bank Annuities

14,696,800 0 0 Consolidated Long Annuities

11,359,435 18 8 £5 per Cent. Annuities formerly paid by Ireland

1,576,242 11 6

180,296 94 155,334 10 3 86%

420,447,266 9 4 276,669.008 6 6 Consolidated € 3 per cent.

131,202 13 0
45,665 13 6

Capitals transferred to 3 per Cent, Annuities, Anno 1726

1,641 19 10

the Commissioners, the Consolidated € 4 per Cents.

24,307 11 6

Dividends on which have Navy £ 5 per Cents

18,513 15

not been claimed for 10 £5 per cent. Annos 1797 and 1802

6,064 18 5

Years and upwards, and Reduced Annuities purchased with Un

which are subject to the claimed Dividends

444,600 0 0

Claims of the Parties enConsolidated

4,800 0 0

titled thereto. 1,219,351,159 13 11 1,359,635 18 8 421,124,062 70 Transferred to Commissioners, on ac

count of Land Tax Redeemed, at 5th January, 1822

25,819,089 0 0

1,193,532,070 13 II Ditto for Purchase of Life Annuities, per Act 48 Geo. III.

6,366,515 0 0 9,837 0 0

1,187,165,555 13 IT 1,349,598 18 8 Note.-The Unredeemed Debt of £766,041, Redeemed by the Commissioners, in

63. Ild. includes € 16,296,875, created by tbe cluding Capitals, the Dividends on

Unclaimed 421,124,062 7 0

Sinking Fund Loan of 12,500,000, Acco

10 Years Weach atrade potabeen claimed for 15

and the Capital Redeemed, amount.

606 011 ing to € 420,447,266 9s. 4d. above stated, iDUnredeemed Debt of the United King

cluides & 16,296,875, the Capital obtained for dom, payable in Great Britain, at

the said Loan, which Loan is in the course 5th January, 1822

766,041,493 6 11 11,348,992 17 9

of payment. Memorandum :

There was also standing in the Names of the Commissioners on the 5th 1,652,600 0 o Consold. €3 per cent. An January, 1822, on account of “The Banks for Savings" in England, exclu. 1,779,179 0 0 Red. & 3 per Cent. And. sive of the Sums stated in the above Account

2,415,300 0 0 £ 34 per Cent. Ann.

5,877,079 0 0 Ditto on account of "The South Sea Guarantee Fund"

8,213 8 10 Consold. € 3 per cent Aa. ' { 67.780 4 7 Red. & 3 per cent. Ann

75,993 13 5

Do.

of

1821 ;

-An Account of the Progress made in the Redemptin

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Imperial € 3 per Cent. Annuities

7,502,633 6 8 Redeemed by the Commissioners at 5th January, 1822

2,632,571 30

2,631,281 0 0 1,676,343 19 6 Capitals transferred to them, the Divi.

dends on which have not been claimed for 10 Years and upwards

1,290 3 0 Debt Unredeemed 5th Jan. 1822

4,870,062 3 8

2,632,371 30

-An Account of the Progress made in the Redemptis Reduced £3 per Cent, Annuities

895,52279 Redeemed by the Commissioners

745,056 0 0

745,056 0 0

500,638 7

2 Debt Unredeemed at 5th Jan. 1822

150,466 7 9 An Account of the Progress made in the Redemption of the Funded Debt of Iris

Terminable

and Life

Annuities, € 3. 10s. per Ct. Debentures and Stock 22,101,263 08

10,292,180 15 6 8,126,669 8 10 £ 4 per Cents : : : 1,513,476 18 6

435,184 12 331 385,823 16 £ 5 per Cents

12,902,280 6 2 110,340 128 1,538,909 6 7 1,382,187 1
36,517,020 5 4

12,266,274 14 4 9,81,450 6 Redeemed by the Commissioners

12,266,274 14 4 Deduct Annuities expired

66,616 6 6

Note.-The Unredeemed Debtor ti

Ils. includes € 596,115. 75. 8d.created Debt unredeemed at 5th Jan. 1822

24,250,745 11 0 43,724 6 2 Sinking Fund Loan of £500.00

€ 13,000,000, raised Anno 1821; and the tal Redeemed, amounting to $12.12

40. above stated, includes als There was also standing in the Names of the Commissioners, on the 5th the Capital.oblained for the said Loan... January, 1822, on account of the “ Banks for Savings" in Ireland, exclu. Loan is in the course of payment. sive of the Sums stated in the above Account

£211,777 12 21 £ 34 per Cent. Ann Exchequer, the 22d day of March, 1822.

G. C. BEDFORD.

Great Britain, at the Sth of January, 1822 ;-Distinguishing the Capitals of the several Funds, and specifying how much of Average Price of Stocks ; and the Sums Annually applicable to the Reduction thereof; likewise, the Annuities to fall in;

SUMS
Annually applicable to the Redemption of the

NATIONAL DEBT.

ANNUITIES,
Fallen in since 22d June, 1802, or that

will fall in hereafter.

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e. 8. d. Annual Charge, per Act 26 Geo. III.

1,000,000 0 0 Ditto 42 Do.

8. d.

200,000 0 0 Ditto per Act 1 & 2 Geo. IV. c. 122, being & !

Exchequer Annuities 2 & 3 Anne; per Cent. on Exchequer Bills, Outstanding at 5th Ja

Expired 5 April, 1803 23,369 13 4 nuary, 1821

290,00000 Annuities for 99 and 36 Years, expired Anno 1792

Ditto

Ditto 5 Jan. 1805 54,880 14 6

7,030 6 8 Ditto 10 Years

Do.
1787

25,000 0 0
Exchequer Annuities unclaimed for 3 years at 5th Jan. 1822 30,710 Š 6 Ditto, 4 Anne Ditto 5 April

23,254 11 6 Ditto, of which the Nominees shall have died prior to

Ditto Ditto 1806 5th July, 1802

Ditto, 5 21,48161

7,776 100 Annual Interest on € 407,489,170, Redeemed at £3 per Cent, including £ 16,296,875 created by Sinking Fund

Ditto, 6 Ditto Ditto 1807

4,710 10 0 Loan of 12,500,000, Anno 1821

12,224,675 2 0 Ditto € 4,835,900 0 0 £ 34 per Cent.

Ditto, 169,256 10 0

Ditto 5 July 10,181 0 0 Ditto 7,796,400 OU 4 per Cent.

311,856 0 0 Ditto 145,500 0 0 5 per cent.

7,275 00 Ditto 180,296 9 4 Irish 25 per cent. payable in

Bank Short Annuitics Ditto in England 9,014 16 54

5 January, 1808 418,383 0 11 El per Cent, per Annum on, part of Capitals created, from 1st February 1793 to 1813, both inclusive

6,640,220 3 781

Ditto Long Ditto which will Annual Interest on £6,200,229 € 3 per Cents transferred

expire 5 January, 1860 1,359,435 18 8 for the purchase of Life Annuities 186,006 17 43 Ditto on € 51,634 € 4 per Cents Do.

2,065 7 21 Ditto on 114,652 £ 5 per Cents Do.

5,732 12 Long Annuities transferred for Ditto

9,837 0

By an Act 42 Geo.3.c. 71, such Sinking Fund borne by Consolidated Fund, on Loans

Annuities as fall in after pass. raised and Bills funded Anno 1815, 1818, and 1819 1,377,013 4 7 Annual Appropriation on € 12,000,000 part of €14,200,000

ing that Act, are not to be Annua interest on ė 178,510 6 4 €3 per cents un

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626,255 10 5 placed to the Account of the claimed for 10 Years and upwards 5,355 6 21 Commissioners for the Reduc. Ditto on € 24,307 11 684 per Cents Do.

972 6 0 tion of the National Debt. Ditto on 24,577 19 10 £ 5 per Cents Do. 1,228 17 113 Long Annuities unclaimed Ditto Ditto

606 0ll Annual Interest on € 449,400 £ 3 per Cents. purchased with unclaimed Dividends

13,482 0 0 Chargeable on Sinking Fund :

23,212,925 4 103 Life Annuities

$ 410,964 196 Loans and Bills, funded from 1813 to

1821 (both inclusive) per Act 53 Geo.

III. c. 35, and subsequent Acts 9,7*22,775 1 6 Part of Charge for Treasury Bills raised for Ireland, Anno 1816

9,014 16 54

10,142,754 17 51 Deduct for Sinking Fund, for said Loans and Bills

2,737,992 0 71

7,404,762 16 1041 Actual Sinking Fund of Great Britain and Ireland, funded therein, Consolidated

€ 15,808,162 8 041

of the Imperial Debt, at 5th January, 1822.-
ei per Cent. per Ann. on Capitals created by Loan, 1797
Annaal Interest on €2,631.281 at £3 per cent.

Ditto on £1,290. 3. 0. Unclaimed Capital for

10 Years and upwards, at £3 per Cent.

36,693 0 0
78,938 8 7 Imperial Annuities for 25 Years

expired Ist May, 1819
38 14 1
115,670 2 8

230,0000

of the Debt of Portugal, at 5th January, 1822.
Annual Appropriation for Redemption of Loan, 1809 30,000 0 0
Annual Interest on € 745,056 € 3 per Cent.

22.351 13 7

52,351 13 7 sayable in Ireland, at 5th January, 1822, in British Currency. nnual Charge, per Act 37 Geo. III.

62,445 5 7 Terminable Annuities expired

66,616 6 6 Part of per Centage on Loans and outstanding Treasury

251,418 6 8 Baneal Interest on & 10,292,180 15 s at #3 10 per Cent. including

£ 596,115 7 8, created by Sinking Fund Loan of £500,000, Anno 1821

360,226 6 67 Ditto £435,184 12 37 € 4 per Cent.

17,407 784 Ditto 2 1,538,909 6 7 25 per cent.

76,945 9 33 Chargeable upon Sinking Fund:

835,059 2 31 sterest cancelled in Ireland, towards defraying the charge of Treasury

Bills, raised A.
16; and Debt created in 1821, the remain.
der being cancelled in England 186,752 10 24
educt towards Sinking Fund for Do., the re-
mainder (29,014 16 54) being included un.

des the bead of “ Per Centage,” above 25,023 51 161,729 5 il
ctual Sinking Fund of Ireland, payable in Ireland 673,329 17 2
For so fas as relates to the orice for the Reduction of the National Debt,}

20th

3. HIGHAM, Secretary

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£

S, d.

An Account of the Unfunded Debt and Demands Outstanding

on the 5th day of January, 1822: UNDER the Heads of_Exchequer, Treasury, Army, Navy, Ordnance, Barracks, and any other Head of Publick Service; specifying the same: distinguishing under each Head respectively, the particulars of which such Debt or Demands consisted; and also, what part of the said Debt or Demands was then provided for, and in what manner; and what part thereof was upprovided for.

Amount Outstanding.
£

d.
EXCHEQUER :
Exchequer (Provided for... 2,566,550 00
Bills...... Unprovided for 29,000,000 0 0

31,566,550 00
TREASURY :
Miscellaneous Services ...... 901,854 973
Warrants for Army Services 167,672 1973
Treasury Bills of Exchange,

drawn from Abroad......... 218,331 0 0
Irish Treasury Bills (Exchequer Bills)
Provided for........
Unprovided for........... 1,105,181 943

2,393,039 18 81 Army......

912,296 18 11 Navy.

1,105,630 11 71 Ordnance...

267,208 17 94 Barracks.

Nil.

........

£36,244,726 7 04

C. ARBUTHNOT.

Whitehall, Treasury Chambers,

25th March, 1822.

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DISCOURS du Roi de France, prononcé le 4 Juin, 1822, a

l'Ouverture de la Session des Chambres. MESSIEURS,

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