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FINANCE ACCOUNTS

PUBLIC INCOME OF THE UNITED

An Account of the ORDINARY REVENUES and EXTRAORDINARY

Kingdom of GREAT BRITAIN and IRELAND,

HEADS OF REVENUE.

GROSS RECEIPT.

Repayments, Allow-
ances, Discounts,
Drawbacks, and
Bounties of the

Nature of
Drawbacks, &c.

£.

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ORDINARY REVENUES.

£. s, d.

s. d. Customs .......................................... ... 15,491,158 10 7 1,937,125 8 61 Excise................................................. (30,779,302 13 8}2,338,385 821 Stamps ...................

7,672,411 0 93 246,005 4 11 Taxes, under the Management of the Commissioners of Taxes.. 5,298,197 8 01 6,857 0 8 Post Office

2,255,239 15 7 One Shilling in the Pound, and Sixpence in the Pound on Pen

86,388 6 81 sions and Salaries, and Four Shillings in the Pound on Pensions

62,534 5 11 Hlackney Coaches, and Hawkers and Pedlars

67,837 14 8 Crown Lands

282,126 0 8 Small Branches of the King's Hereditary Revenue .......... 9,869 2 1 Lottery ; Surplus Produce after Payment of Prizes

252,213 2 6 Surplus Fees of Regulated Public Offices

39,888 8 4 Poundage Fees, Pells Fees, Casualties, Treasury Fees, and Hospital Fees

9,748 11 01 TOTA.LS of Ordinary Revenues........... 162,150,526 13 108 4,614,761 9 11

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OTHER RESOURCES.

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Amount of Savings on the Third Class of the Civil List......

7,827 5 2 Money brought from the Civil List on account of the Clerk of the Hanaper

1,100 00 Money received in repayment of the Loan raised for the ser

vice of the Emperor of Germany, per Acts 35 & 37 Geo. 3.. 1,733,333 6 8 Money received from the East India Company, on account of

Retired Pay, Pensions, &c. of his Majesty's Forces serving in the East Indies, per Act 4 Geo. 4, c. 71...

60,000 OO From the Commissioners for the issue of Exchequer Bills, per

Act 57 Geo.3, c. 34, for the Employment of the Poor 125,273 90 Money received from the Trustees of Naval and Military Pen. sions

4,660,0000 From several County Treasurers, and others in Ireland, on account of Advances made by the Treasury for improving Post Roads, for building Gaols, for the Police, for Public Works, employment of the Poor, &c.......

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160,901 951 Imprest Monies, repaid by sundry Public Accountants, and other Monies paid to the Public

411,949 19 103 TOTALS of the Public Income of the United Kingdom.. 69,310,912 4 1

4,614,701 9 11

Whitehall, Treasury Chambers,

10th March 1825.

FOR THE YEAR 1825.

KINGDOM, FOR THE YEAR 1825.

RESOURCES, constituting the PUBLIC INCOME of the United for the Year ended 5th January, 1825.

Rate per

Charges of NETT RECEIPT TOTAL INCOME, Collection and other within the Year, after

including

Payments deducting BALANCĚS

out of the Income, REPAYMENTS &c. outstanding 5th Jan.

in its Progress 1824

to the Exchequer.

PAYMENTS

into the EXCHEQUER.

BALANCES Cent for

and BILLS which the Outstanding on the Gross 5th January 1825. Receipt

was collected.

£.

s. d.
£. d. £.

$. d.

. s. d. £. S. d. £. s. d. 13,554,033 2 0|13,932,079 19 15 2,234,424 0 1:11,327,741 625 369,914 12 9 9 8 9 28,440,917 5 5 29,879,114 18 113 1,707,764 5 10:26,768,039 19 11 1,403,310 13 13 4 5 8 7,426,405 15 97,887,375 7 11 217 309 18 7 7,244,012 7 01 426,023 9 3

2 16 7 5,221,340 7 3 5,468,218 2 2 329,704 051/ 4,922,070 3 10 | 216,443 17 10 5 15 8 2,168,851 8 11

2,382,536 15 655,914 94 1,520,615 7 81 206,006 18 1 26 19 6

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62,534 5 11 66,100 5 5 1,433 19 10 61,374 12 10 3,291 129 2 5 9 67,837 14 8 67,852 7 6 10,703 9 8 57,134 10 0

14 7 10 15 15 6 282,126 0 8 358,834 17 53 216,008 11 91

960 13 4 111,859 12 4118 1 6 9,869 2 1 12,437 3 01 3,191 18 6 5,189 16 3 4,055 8 319 1 4 252,213 2 6 252,213 2 6 7,006 13 3 245,206 93

0 15 10 39,888 8 4 39,888 8

39,888 8 9,748 11 01 9,748 110

9,748 11 01 57,535,765 4 9 60,356,399 18 6 5,413,461 7 5352,202,018 5 10 2,740,920 5 3 6 7 8

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160,901 95, 160,091 954)

160,901 953) 411,949 19 103 411,949 10 101

411,949 19 103 65,696,150 14 114/67,516,785 8 8 5,413,461 7 5459,362,403 16 01 2,740,920 5 %

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J. C. HERRIES.

PUBLIC EXPENDITURE.

An Account of the PUBLIC EXPENDITURE of the United

Kingdom, exclusive of the Sums applied to the Reduction of the National Debt, in the year ended 5th January, 1825.

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Payments out of the Exchequer.
Dividends, Interest, and Management of the Public Funded

Debt, four Quarters to 10th October 1824, exclusive of
5,150,0591. 185. ld, issued to the Commissioners for the
Reduction of the National Debt

........................ 27,979,068 7 11 Interest on Exchequer Bills ..................... 1,087,283 13 2

29,066,352 1 1 Issued to the Trustees of Military and Naval Pensions, &c. per Act 3 Geo. 4, c. 51

2,214,260 00 Bank of England, per Act 4 Geo. 4, c. 22

585,740 0

0 Civil List ...

2,800,000 0 0 four Quarters to 5th January 1825.

1,057,000 0 0 Pensions charged by Act of Parliament on Consolidated Fund,

four Quarters to 10th October 1824 .................. 371,644 1 103 Salaries and Allowances

70,212 10 6 Oficers of Courts of Justice.............................

96,265 4 11 Expenses of the Mint .................................

14,748 70 Bounties.......

2,956 13 8 Miscellaneous........................................

808,98% 15 2 Ditto Ireland................................. 300,102 10 83

2,721,919 3 104 Army ............................................... 7,573,026 2 731 Navy

6,161,818 3 10 Ordnance

1,407,308 2 10 Dliscellaneous

2,449,148 1947

17,591,301 8 8 Money paid to the Bank of England, more than received from them on acconnt of Unclaimed Dividends

48,424 42 By the Commissioners for issuing Exchequer Bills, per Act

57 Geo. 3, c. 34 & 124, for the employment of the Poor.... 219,200 0 0 Advances out of the Consolidated Fund in Ireland, for Public Works...

327,411 0 103

595,035 5 03

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TOTAL
Surplas of Income paid into the Exchequer, over Expenditure issued

58,188,062 69 thereout

6,587,802 17 34 64,773,865 35

Whitehall, Treasury Chambers,

28th February 1895.

J. C, HERRIES.

DISPOSITION OF GRANTS.

An Account showing how the MONIEs given for the SERVICE of the

United Kingdom of GREAT BRITAIN and IRELAND, for the Year 1824, have been disposed of; distinguished under their several Heads; to 5th January, 1825.

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For defraying the Charge of the Civil Esta

blishments undermentioned, for the year

1824; viz. or the Bahaina Islands.................... of the Island of Dominica of Upper Canada .................................. Of Nova Scotia..... of the Province of New Brunswick. of Prince Edward Island ........................ Of New South Wales or Sierra Leone Of the Island of Newfoundland To defray the Charge of the Civil and Mili

tary Establishments of the Settlements on

the Gold Coast................
Charge of the Convict Establishment at Ber-

muda.....
Interest on Exchequer Bills......................
Charge of the Royal Military College.........
Charge of the Royal Military Asylum.......
Expenses of Works and Repairs of Public

Buildings...
For carrying on the Works at the Royal

Harbour of George the Foarth at King's

Town (formerly Dunleary) 'To make good the Deficiency of the Fee

Fund in the Department of his Majesty's

Treasury 'To make good the Deficiency of the Fee

Fund in the Department of the Home

Secretary of State..........
To make good the Deficiency of the fee

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Fund in the Department of the Foreign

Secretary of State....
To make good the Deficiency of the Fee

20,538 0 0

14,824 12 111

SERVICES.

SUMS
Voted or Granted.

SUMS
Paid,

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11,966 0

0

10,133 7 6

Fund in the Department of the Secretary

of State for the Colonies To make good the Deficiency of the Fee

Fund in the Department of the Privy

Council, and Privy Council for Trade, &c. Contingent Expenses, and Messengers Bills,

in the Department of the Treasury. Contingent Expenses, and Messengers Bills,

in the Department of the Home Secretary

of State....... Contingent Expenses, and Messengers Bills,

in the Department of the Foreign Secretary

of State..... Contingent Expenses, and Messengers Bills,

in the Department of the Secretary of State

for the Colonies Contingent Expenses, and Messengers Bills,

in the Department of the Privy Council,

and Privy Council for Trade, &c. Salaries to certain Officers, and Expenses of

the Court and Receipt of Exchequer Salaries of the Commissioners of the Insolvent

Debtors Court, of their Clerks, and the

Contingent Expenses of their Office Expenses of the Houses of Lords and Com

mons...... Salaries and Allowances to the Officers of

the Houses of Lords and Commons......... Extraordinary Expense in the Deparlment

of the Lord Chamberlain, for Filtings and

Furniture to the two Houses of Parliament Salaries of the Officers, and the Contingent

Expenses of the Office for the Superintendence of Aliens, and also the Superannuations or Retired Allowances to Officers formerly employed in that Service Allowances to Protestant Dissenting Ministers in England, poor French Protestant Refagee Clergy, poor French Protestant Refugee Laity, and sundry small Charitable and other allowances to the Poor of

St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, and others...... Charge of printing Acts of Parliament for

the two Houses of Parliament, for the Sheriffs, Clerks of the Peace, and Chief Magistrates throughout the United Kingdom, and for the acting Justices throughout Great Britain; also for printing Bills, Reports, Evidence, and other Papers and

Accounts for the House of Lords Deficiency of the Grant of 1823, for printing Acts of Parliament for the two Houses of Parliament, for the Sheriffs, Clerks of the Peace, and Chief Magistrates throughout the United Kingdom, and for the acting

21,619 00

12,457 17 6

4,800 0 0

1,992 18

4,872 0 0

4,872 0 0

6,512 7 10

3,456 3 11

17,000 0 0

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