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RETURN to an Address to His MAJESTY, dated 24 June 1831 ;--for,

RETURN of the Civil, ECCLESIASTICAL and MILITARY ESTABLISHMENTS

of Jamaica, the Expenses of which are defrayed by any Revenue raised in that Island; the Annual Amount of such Expenses, and of any other Expenditure incurred, and which is defrayed by a Revenue raised in the Island; and of the ANNUAL Ways and Means for raising such REVENUE during the last Ten Years. Colonial Department, Downing-street;}

HOWICK. 19 January 1832.

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£. 4,000

AN ACCOUNT of the Estimated ExPENDITURE of the Island of Jamaica, for the

Year ending 30th September 1831, defrayed by Revenue raised in that Island; and, of the Ways and Means for raising such Revenue for the Year 1831.

d. £. d. SALARIES: To the Governor

5,500
To the Chief Justice
To the Assistant Judges

3,400

7,400
To the Speaker of the Assembly

1,400
To the Clerk of Supreme Court and Pro-
vost Marshal

1,160
To the Secretary of Commissioners, Pub-
lic Accounts

1,000
To the Secretary of 'Commissioners, Cor-
respondence

- s

300 To the Clerk of the Board of Works

400
To the Commissioners of Stamps

1,550
To the Deputy Receiver-General, and Se-
cretary at ibe Out Ports

1,500
To the Marshals of Militia Regiments

1,050 To the Alien Office

500 To the Boarding Office

100 To the Governor's Secretary

3,000
To the Island Agent

2,542 10
To the Officers of His Majesty's Customs 23,390
To the Captains of Forts-

609 3 4
To the Clerks and Officers of House of
Assembly -

6,146 6 8

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To the Island Botanist

560
To the Island Engineer, and Surveyor, Pub-
lic Works

740
To the Island Storekeeper

500

59,468

To the Receiver-General

7,000

66,468

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Poll Tax, at 5s. 10 d. per head, on Slaves; 2 s. per head) £.

on Stock (exempting working Stock on Plantations);} 105,000
Rents, at 1s. 8 d. in the pound, and Wheat, at 20 s.
Tax on Transient Traders.

150
Arrear of Taxes of former Years -

3,000 Land Tax

23,700 Deficiency Tax

14,000 Rum Duty

24,000 Additional Duties on Wine or Spirits

15,000 Tea Duty

1,400 Duiy on Goods from United States of America

31,000 Surplus of Revenue

8,300 Stamp Duty

19,000 For Arms and Gunpowder to Individuals

900 Balance of Cash, 30th September 1830

147,945 Duty on Cattle imported

1,000 Tonnage Duty on Ships to pay Custom House Salaries

25,000 Loan to be raised

50,000 Debts due to Public on Judgment

500 Duties on Goods from Foreign Ports

4,800 Double Duties received by Officers of Customs, and

refunded

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(The above Account may be considered as an Average of the preceding Nine Years.)

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JAMAICA REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE.

RETURN of the Civil, EccLESIASTICAL and

MILITARY ESTABLISHMENTs of Jumaica, the
Expenses of which are defrayed by any Revenue
raised in that Island; and, of the ANNUAL Ways
and Means for raising such REVENUE for the
Year 1830.

Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printcıl,

19 January 1832.

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