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For defraying the expence of carrying on the building . S. d.

of a new mint on Tower-hill .................. 70,977 17 0 Ditto, of printing'articles of impeachment, minutes of

evidence, and copies of the trial of lord Viscount Melville..

2,046 60 To be applied in further execution of act 43 Geo. III.

for making roads and building bridges in Scotland.. 10,250 14 0 For defraying the expence of the Caledonian Canal for 1807

51,250 14 0 For paying fees on passing public accounts for 1807. 5,000 0 0 To discharge bills drawn and to be drawn from New South Wales.............

25,000 0 0 (For civil establishment of Upper Canada in 1807 8,280 0 0 Ditto, of Nova Scotia ...

7,165 0 0 Ditto, of New Brunswick

4,650 0 0 Ditto, of Prince Edward Island

3,100 0 Ditto, of Cape Breton.....

2,010 0 0 Ditto, of Newfoundland ....

2,565 0 0 Ditto, of the Bahama Islands ...

4,400 0 0 Ditto, of the Bermudas.......

1,030 0 0 Ditto, of the Island of Dominica ..

600 0 0 LDitto, of New South Wales...

12,704 19 6

PLANTATIONS :

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March 23, 1807.
To make good,money issued pursuant to addresses ....
To satisfy an award made by Dr. Swabey and Mr.

Greffulhe respecting the ship Dunkirk...........
To make good, money issued for salaries to the addi.

tional commissioners of public accounts.......... To defray expences of carrying on the building of the

new mint .............................. Ditto, of additional allowances to clerks in the officě

for auditing public accounts. To make good money issued to Dr. Brooke Clarke,

for his trouble relative to act for ensorcing the re

sidence of the clergy ......
Ditto, for expences attending the trial of lord viscount

Melsille.
Ditto, to Messrs. Kay and Winter, solicitors to the

managers of the impeachment against lord Melville Ditto, to the officers of the house of commons for at.

tcoding public committees .... Ditto, to the counsel to the chairman of the commit.

tees of the house of lords in 1806 .... Ditto, for the Thames-police-office ..... Ditto, issued to Henry Cowper, esq. for additional

trouble during the trial of lord viscount Melville..

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To make good, money as compensation to persons at.

tending during the trial of lord Melville ......... Ditto, for the purchase of an house for an office for the

commissioners of India affairs.................. Ditto, towards defraying the expence of a plan for the

establishment of an horse patrol........ Ditto, to pay a bill drawn by sir Eyre Coote for boun.

ties on fish .................................. Ditto, to Mr. Panter for expences of the office for ex

amination of accounts in the West Indies ....... Ditto, for extra expences incurred at the funeral of the

late lord viscount Nelson .......... Ditto, for books of science and chemical articles for

the settlement of New South Wales....... Ditto, for charges incurred in execution of act for

enquiring into the public military expenditure,... Ditto, to Mr. Clementson for the rent of an house... Ditto, to pay bills drawn by commissioner Laidlow for

bounties on fish imported into Dominica ..... Ditto, for publishing the average price of sugar ..... Ditto, for contingent expences incurred in the exccu

tion of act for enquiring into naval abuses ....... Ditto, to the serieant at arms to the house of lords, for

his service during session 1806 -..... Ditto, to the chairman of the committees of the house

of lords, for his attendance in session 1806.......

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April 20.
For paying off and discharging certain £.5 per cent.

annuities granted per acts 37 and 42 Geo. III. .... To be paid to the captors of the second Swedish

convoy.....

139,138 16 s 10,306 18 5

April 23.
Towards enabling the trustees of the British Museum

to carry on the trusts reposed in them by parlia-
ment..

3,872 48 Po be paid to ditto, for making good deficiency for 1805.........

1,684 0 4 £.1,326,339 11:01

and Irish currency, EXCHEQUER BILLS. 285,023 S 2

January 3, 1807. For paying off exchequer bills made out per act of last session for raising .10,500,000.............. 10,500,000 0 0

February

February 9.

£. . d. For discharging the interest of such exchequer bills, as may be paid off in 1807....... ..... 1,200,000 0 0

April 20.
For paying off and discharging exchequer bills made

out by act of last session for raising £.1,500,000 1,500,000 0 0 Ditto......for raising €.3,000,000.......

3,000,000 0 0 £16,200,000 0 0

WAYS and MEANS for raising the SUPPLY for 1806.

(Omitted in our last Volume.)

GRANTS.
January 31, 1806.

£. . do For continuing the duties on malt. For raising four shillings in the pound upon pensions,

offices, and personal estates. For continuing certain duties on sugar, malt, tobacco, and snuff.

February 11.
For raising .5,000,000 by loans or exchequer bills 5,000,000 0 0

March 10.
That the charge of the pay and cloathing of the militia

of Great Britain be defrayed out of the land tax. That the charge of allowances to adjutants and ser. jeant-majors of the militia of England disembodied,

be defrayed out of the land tax. Chat the allowances to certain subaltern officers of the militia in Great Britain be defrayed out of the land

tas, What the charge of the pay and cloathing of the militia

of Ireland, and allowances to subaltern officers, be defrayed out of the consolidated fund of Ireland.

March 18. 'or raising £.10,500,000 by loans or exchequer bills 10,500,000 0 0 , or raising £.1,500,000 by loans or exchequer bills 1,500,000 0 0

March 29. or raising £.20,000,000 by annuities, whereof the charges of £.18,000,000 are to be defrayed on the part of Great Britain, and of €.2,000,000 on the part of Ireland .......

-..--... 20,000,000 0 0

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For

April 3.
For raising .3,000,000, by loans or exchequer bills

£. 8. d. 3,000,000 0 0

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For raising £2,000,000 (Irish currency) by annuities Irish Currency.

or debentures, for the service of Ireland......... 2,000,000 0 0 For raising £.500,000 (Irish currency) by treasury bills, for the service of Ireland.....

500,000

June 30.
For applying £.4,500,000, part of the sum remaining

to be received on the 30th of May 1806, to complete
the sum of £.14,500,000 granted out of the pro.
duce of the war taxes for 1805..-.

----.. 4,500,000 0 0

July 3.
For raising a certain sum by lotteries, to be applied

to the service of Great Britain and Ireland, in the
proportion of two-thirds for Great Britain, and
one-third for Ireland.'

July 8.
For applying the sum of £.3,500,000 out of the mo.

nies that shall arise of the surplus of the consoli.
dated fund of Great Britain.......

reat Britain.................... 3,500,000 0 0 For applying £.18,000,000 arisen or to arise from the

duties and revenues charged by acts 43, 44, 45, and 46 Geo. III. for granting certain duties during the war......

........ 18,000,000 0 0

: January 1, 1807. For continuing the duties on malt. For raising four shillings in the pound upon pensions,

offices, and personal estates. For continuing certain duties on sugar, malt, tobacco, and spuff.

January 6. For raising £.10,500,000 by loans or exchequer bills, for the service of Great Britain....... .10,500,000 0 0 January 27.

Irish Currency. For raising £.1,000,000 Irish currency, for the ser. vice of Ireland...

....... 1,000,000 0 0

March 5.
For raising £.14,200,000 by annuities, whereof the

charges of £.12,200,000 are to be defrayed on the
part of Great Britain, and of £.2,000,000 on the
part of Ireland, and for defraying the charges
Greated by the said £.12,200,000... ........ 14,200,000 0 0

Fot

March 26.

£, s. d. For raising £.1,500,000 by annuities, for the service of Ireland......

--- 1,500,000 0 0

April 23.
That the charge of the pay and cloathing of the militia

of Great Britain be defrayed out of the land tax. That the charge of the allowances to adjutants and ser.

jeant-majors of the militia of England disembodied,

be defrayed out of the land tax. '. That the allowances to certain subaltern officers of

the militia in Great Britain be defrayed out of the

Jand tax.
That the charge of the pay and clothing of the militia

of Ireland, and allowances to subaltern oflicers,
be defrayed out of the consolidated fund of Ireland.

INDIA ACCOUNTS. Papers presented to the House of Commons, April 24, 1807, per Act 33

Geo. Ill. cap. 52, sec. 156.) relating to the Commerce and Revenues of

the East-India Company. Amount of Proceeds of the Sale of Goods and Merchandize of the East India

Company in Great-Britain, &c. for the Current Pear.
RECEIPTS. £. 8. d.,

PAYMENTS. £ 8. d. Cash in treasury, 1st

Customs . . . . . . 161,736 14 0 March, 1806, including

Freight and demorage . 1,689,040 9 4 duty on tea.... 669,794 6 2 Goods and stores exCompany's goods sold . 5,294,384 13 81 ported . . . . . 2,270,793 7 8 Board of Ordnance for

India debt .... 50,223 19 5 saltpetre . . . . . 160,000 --- Bills of exchange from Private-trade goods sold 2,114,269 8 10 India . .... . 342,885 1 8 Charges and profit on do. 163,462 192 Ditto .. China : 641,99.4 16 8 Customs... on do. 73,380 19 5 Bullion exported ... 514,432 16 8 Freight ... on do. 119,784 18 10 Charges on merchandize, One year's interest re

including supracargoes, ceived of the Bank of

commission, and inteEngland Company's

rest on loans, &c. . . 623,652 14 share of annuities trans

Dividends on stock and ferred to Bank, by 334

interest on boods ... 770,429 19 i Geo. III. cap. 47 .. 36,226 15 10 Bonds paid off and paid in Government, on account

on sales . . . . . 216,600 - of what due to the Com

Proprietors of private pany . . . . . . 1,000,000 --- trade ...... 2,169,021 15 -Almoshouses at Poplar 2,416 18 2 | Pay to marine and military Persons returned from

officers on furlough, and India ... .. . 17,516 - -- retired . ... 141,519 15 Bonds issued .:.:

Duty on tea paid . . 3,184,417 6 7 Duty on tea received. . 3,120,290 12 3

| Balance in favour. 1st 12,776,548 16
March, 1807 ..

511,978 16 4 £.13,288,527 12 4

£.13,288,597 12 4 Vol. XLIX.

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