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SO. R. Oakes
2 D. E. Davy
S R. Smith,
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C. Mitford

W. Little .

C. Fetherston

E. Wilson
S W. Bowles

J. Awdry....

Sir A. Lechmere, Bart..
S J. Williams.
2 J. L. Jones

E. C. Lord....
H. Hollier, jun.
G. Stone.
W. Bagot
Sir W. Bellingham, Bart.
W. Everett..
S. N. Barber
Lord Hood.

Balances. £ 6391 90 6448 8 5 6486 8 6 6467 13 8 3914 11 6 6143 8 3 6491 16 10 6453 2 6 4485 11 10 6490 4 0 6482

0 3 6498 0 3 4495 15 6 4486 13 9 4493 93 4497 0 4996 19 7. 6062 10 11 5852 6 7 5953 18 6 5700 2 8 5650 17 2

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EXPENDITURE.-MISCELLANEOUS.

An Account of Payments, so far as relates to Miscellaneous Services;

specifying the Amount paid for Services at Home and Abroad respectively.

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SERVICES AT HOME:
Towards defraying the expense of the Royal Military
College

1820 Ditto

Royal Military Asylum 1819 Towards the repairs of Henry VIIth's Chapel..... 1820 Towards defraying the expense of works carrying on at the College of Edinburgh

1819, 1820

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To defray the expense of making an Inland Navigation

from the Eastern to the Western sea, by Inverness and Fort William..

1819, 1820 £55,000 0 0 3 For defraying the expense of building a Penitentiary 73 House, at Milbank...

1819, 1820 63,100 0 0 11 For the expense of the Establishment of ditto 1819, 1820 18,000 0

To defray the expense of Works and Repairs of public 10 Buildings.

1819, 1820 47,740 177 For defraying the charge of making variations in the road 11 between Bangor and Chirk

1819, 1820 20,000 0 4 Towards completing the purchases for the new street 1820 90,0000 0 For defraying the expenses incurred in prosecutions relating to the Coin of this Realm....

1820 4,000 0 0 15 To defray the extraordinary expenses of the Mint in the 1 Gold Coinage

1818 50,000 0 0 To make good deficiency of Grant 1816 for expenses aris_ing from recoinage of the Silver Coin...

1818 54,337 1 11 1. To complete the expense of Works at Holyhead Har10 bour.

1818, 1819 5,896 0 0 6 For defraying the expense of Law Charges ... 1820 30,000.00 18 Towards the expense of maintaining, confining, and em2 ploying Convicts at home...

1819, 1820 93,607 0 0 17 Towards defraying the expense of the National Vaccine Establishment

1820.

3,000 0 0 11 To enable the Trustees of the British Museum to carry on 19 the Trusts reposed in them by Parliament..... 1820 10,009 16 10

To defray suck Charges of a Civil nature as do not form 10 a part of the Ordinary Charges of the Civil List

1819, 1820 347,898 12 13 Towards making good to the Civil Contingencies 1819,

suns issued thereout for Public Services, not forming part of the Ordinary Expenditure of that Fund, 1820 21,563 3 104 To make good deficiency of Fee Funds..... 1819, 1820 71,803 17 3 To defray the charge of Contingencies and Messengers Bills in the departments of the Treasury, the three Secretaries of State, and Lord Chamberlain.... 1820

56,445 107 For defraying the salaries of the Officers, and expenses of the Court and Receipt of Exchequer .... 1819, 1820 4,061 7 0 To defray the salaries and allowances to Officers of the Houses of Lords and Commons..

1820

24,193 3 6 For further defraying the expenses of the Houses of Lords and Connons

1820 22,066 6 6 To make good deficiency of Grant 1819, for ditto, 1820 6,889 67 To defray the darge of his Majesty's Secret Service,

1819, 1820 53,347 10 0 Towards satisfying certain Annuities, Pensions, and other

payments upon the Consolidated Fund or Civil List,

from the 29th January, 1880, the day of the demise of, 3 his late Majesty, to 5th April following. 1020 132,063 0 2 - To defray the expense of printing

for the House of Lords and Acts of Parliament

1819 17,0000 0 To make good deficiency of Grant 1818 for ditto, 1819 2,577 8

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To defray the expense of printing 1,250 copies of the 50th

volume of the Journals of the House of Lords.. 1819 1,671 2 0 To defray the expense of printing Bills, Reports, and other

Papers, by Order of the House of Commons 1820 4,789 3 0 To make good deficiency of Grant 1819, for ditto 1820 8,765 8 5 For defraying the expense of printing 1,750 copies of the 74th volume of the Journals of the House of Commons

1819

3,500 0 0 To make good deficiency of Grant 1819, for ditto 1820 1,933 10 10 Towards defraying the expense of re-printing Journals and Reports of the House of Commons

1819 3,000 0 0 To make good deficiency of Grants for printing Votes for the House of Commons

1819, 1820 2,507 7 4 For the relief of the suffering Clergy and Laity of France,

Toulonese and Corsican Emigrants, St. Domingo Sufferers, and Dutch Naval Officers

1819, 1820 33,000 0 For the relief of the American Loyalists.

1819 8,000 0 For defraying the expense of the Criminal Lunatic Asylum...

1818, 1819, 1820 3,066 7 5 To the Governors of Queen Anne's bounty for augmenting the maintenance of the Poor Clergy in England,

1818, 1819 200,000 0 0 To defray the expenses of an Institution called the Refuge for the Destitute

1820 5,000 0 0 To defray the superannuation Allowance to Joseph Planta, · Esq. formerly one of the Paymasters of Exchequer Bills

1819 266 13 4 To defray the superannuation Allowances to retired Clerks in the Office for auditing Public Accounts

2,012 17 8 Ditto to retired Clerks in the Lottery Office 166 10 0 Ditto to Persons formerly employed in Public Offices

1820 1,290 0 0 Ditto to Officers and other Persons formerly

employed on the Military Roads in
Scotland

1818 2990
Ditto to retired Consuls Abroad 1819 295 0 0
Ditto to William Bell, late a Master Ship-

wright, at Kingston in Canada 1819 112 10 0 Towards enabling his Majesty, to pay Allowances from

29th January 1820 to 5th July following, to certain of the Officers and Attendants on his late Majesty, and to certain other Persons to whom his Majesty had granted

Pensions or Allowances out of his Privy Purse 1820 8,056 6 0 To enable his Majesty to pay one Year's salary to Persons

who received Salaries or Allowances from his late Majesty's Privy Purse

1820 403 6 0 To defray the expense of Commissioners for promoting

the building of additional Churches and Chapels 1820 3,000 0 0 To make good the Total Sum charged upon the Fees

arising in the Exchequer in the year ended 5th April, 1819

1820 23,097 17 4 For the salaries of the Officers and incidental expenses in preparing and drawing Lotteries

1819, 1820 16,000 0 0

State of the Finances.

137,659 12 6

3,000 0 0

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30 8 5

58,607 00

Bank of England for receiving Contributions to Loan of

£12,000,000 for the year 1819, and for discount on

prompt payment of the same..
Bank of England for receiving Lotteries
Paymasters of Exchequer Bills for premium on Exche-

quer Bills paid in on account of Loan £12,000,000,

anno 1819
To the Chief Cashier in the Office of the Auditor of the
Exchequer for extra trouble in preparing Exchequer

Bills, per Act 48 Geo. III..
Bank of England for payment and management of Life

Annuities
For salaries to the Officers and incidental expenses of the

Commissioners for the reduction of the National Debt
For salaries and incidental expenses in the Office of Ex-

chequer Bills for the employment of the Poor....
For incidental expenses of carrying into execution the

Acts for redemption of Land Tax

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6,900 0 0

1,500 0

2,515 2 2

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Total Services at Home. ....

£ 1,924,508 5 64

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SERVICES ABROAD:
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To defray the expense of the Civil Establishment
Of Bahamas,

1819, 1820
New Brunswick.
Newfoundland

New South Wales. 8

Nova Scotia 0

Dominica .
Upper Canada.
Sierra Leone
Cape Breton

Prince Edward Island
0 For maintaining and repairing British Forts on the coast of
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Africa,

1820
To pay Bills drawn from New South Wales. 1820
To satisfy the Awards to Portuguese Claimants, by the

Commissioners under Treaty with Portugal for prevent-
ing illicit Traffic in Slaves

1820 :> · To defray salaries and expenses of the said Corrimissioners

1820

3,301 10 0 6,757 10 0 5,476 0 0 17,825 0 0 13,516 17 6

600 0 0 10,800 0 0 21,687 15 0 2,990 0 0 4,490 0 0

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MINT:
Master of his Majesty's Mint in England 13,800 0 0
Ditto

Scotland
Deficiency of Mint Fees

13,800 0 0

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SALARIES AND ALLOWANCES :
Right Hon. C. M. Sutton, Speaker of the

House of Commons, to complete his

salary of £6,000 per annum E. Roberts, Esq. on the yearly sum of

£650, formerly paid to Auditor of

the Exchequer ..
Geo. Pepler, Esq. Inspector of Tontine

Certificates, an. 1789
Chief Cashier of the Bank, for Fees at

sundry public Offices
Ditto South Sea Company, ditto
For the encouragement of the growth of

Hemp and Flax in Scotland
W. M. Praed, Esq. Chairman of the

Commissioners for auditing the Public

Accounts
Sir C. W. R. Boughton, Bart. one of the

Commissioners for ditto
Richard Dawkins, Esq.

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1,200 0 0
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