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AN ACCOUNT of the TOTAL INCOME of the REVENUE OF GREAT BRITAIN and IRELAND,10

backs, and Bounties of the nature of Drawbacks; together with an Account of the Public Expeedwithin the same period.

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3,302,883 S &

Balances and Bills outstanding on 5th January, 1822
Customs
Excise
Stamps
Taxes, under the management of the Commissioners of

Taxes, including Arrears of Property Tax
Post Office
One Shilling and Sixpence Duty on Pensions and Sala-

ries, and Four Shillings in the Pound on Pensions...
Hackney Coaches, and Hawkers and Pedlers
Crown Lands
Small Branches of the King's Hereditary Revenue..
Surplus Produce of Lottery, after payment of Lottery !

Prizes
Surplus Fees of regulated Public Offices..
Poundage Fees, Pells Fees, Casualties, Treasury Fees,

and Hospital Fees....

12,923,420 8 101
28,976,344 1945
6,880,494 10 41
7,517,613 2 57
2,049,328 4 8

68,730 5 24
62,612 12 9
250,059 11 33

13,195 0 0% 234,000 0 0 53,8724 8 7,870 2 81

59,037,571 94

62,310,454 61

2,999,888 19

Deduct Balances and Bills outstanding on 5th January,1823..

Total Ordinary Revenues....

59,340,563 13

OTHER RESOURCES:

3,547 16 82 151,000 0 0

1,666 5 1

Balances outstanding on 5th January 1822
Proceeds of Old Naval Stores
Money received from the Bank of England, more than

repaid to them, on account of Unclaimed Dividends.. The Amount of Savings on 3d Class of the Civil List, at?

the 5th January 1821... Money paid into the Exchequer, by the Commissioners

for issuing Bills for Public Works Money repaid in Ireland, on account of Advances from

the Consolidated Fund, under various Acts, for Public

Improvement
Imprest and other Monies paid into the Exchequer..

1,119 2 31 197,500 0 0

81,516 8 34

328,195 13 114

Deduct Balances and Bills outstanding on January 5, 1823

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Balances, &c. in the hands of Receivers, &c. on 5th January, 1822.
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3,002,257 14

Balances less in 1823 than in 1822
Surplus Income paid into the Exchequer, over Expenditure issued thereout..

Actual Excess of Income above Expenditure...

301,173 6 8 4,915,519 19

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the Year ended 5th January 1823, after deducting the Repayments, Allowances, Discounts, Drawture of the United Kingdom, exclusive of the Sums applied to the Reduction of the National Debt,

EXPENDITURE.

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PAYMENTS OUT OF THE INCOME

in its progress to the Exchequer; Charges of Collection..... Other Payments.....

Total Payments out of the Income, prior to the

Payments into the Exchequer.......

4,160,270 16 10%
1,527,821 0 11

5,688,091 17 04

PAYMENTS OUT OF EXCHEQUER;
Dividend, Interest, and Management of the Public)
Fonded Debt, four Quarters to 10th October 1822, ex-S 29,490,897 4 24
clusive of £15,811,710.12s.9d.issued to the Commission-

ers for the Reduction of the National Debt....
Interest on Exchequer Bills and Irish Treasury Bills, 1,430,596 16 10%
exclusive of £301,250 for Sinking Fund......

30,921,494 1 1 Issued to the Trustees of Military and Naval Pensions, per Act 3 Geo. IV.c. 51......

1,400,000 0 0 Civil List........four Quarters to 5th January, 1823.. 1,057,000 0 0 Pensions charged by Act of Parliainent upon Consoli

378,432 5 14 dated Fund, four Quarters to 10th October, 1822.. Salaries and Allowances,

..do.

72,953 10 24 Officers of Courts of Justice..

.do.

83,377 12 51 Expences of the Mint...

.do....

14,750 08 Bounties...

.do...

2,956 13 8 Miscellaneous...

.do...

183,716 7 5 Do.... Ireland.

..do..

248,253 6 94

2,041,439 16 4 Army ..

7,698,973 16 61 Nary.

4,945,642 2 111 Do.. Treasurer of Greenwich Hospital, to pay Out-2

248,000 0 0 Pensioners. Ordnance..

1,007,821 154 Miscellaneous.

2,105,797 3 31

16,006,234 4 24 Deduct the Sum issued to the Trustees of Military and

Naval Pensions, being charged io the above Issues of 1,400,000 0 0
Supplies.....

14,606,234 4 23 Bank of Ireland, Balance due for Advances for Com-2

105,181 9 41 mercial Credit Interest on Advances made on the Credit of the Loan,

6,546 9.74
from the Sinking Fund in Ireland, 1821. ...
By the Commissioners for issuing Exchequer Bills, under

34,500 0 0
Act 57 G.3. c.34 & 124, for the employment of the Poor
Advances out of the Consolidated Fund in Ireland, for
Public Works.....

383,734 0 11

529,961 19 11: TOTAL EXPENDITURE, exclusive of the Sums applied to the Reduction of the National Debt ...

55,187,221 18 77 Surplus of Income paid into the Exchequer, over Expenditure tbereout...

4,915,519 19 92

L. 60,102,741 18 54 Whitehall, Treasury Chambers, 25th March, 1823.

S. R. LUSHINGTON.

AN ACCOUNT of the Net PUBLIC Income of the United Kingdom of GREAT
EXPENDITURE thereout, defrayed by the several Revenue Departments, and

applied to the Redemption of Funded

INCOME.

Applicable Applicable
to the

to other
Consolidated Fund. Public Services.

INCOME PAID

into the EXCHEQUER.

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£. d. £. s. d. £. s. d. CUSTOMS

7,993,937 8 5 2,669.679 97 10,663,616 18 0 EXCISE

25,921,770 5 1141,361,638 5 6 27,283,408 11 51 STAMPS. 6,632,546 13 31

6,632,546 13 33 TAXES under the management of the Commissioners of Taxes, including Arrears of Property Тах.

7,216,262 1 74 2,582 0 5 | 7,218,844 2 04 POST OFFICE.. 1,428,230 15 45

1,428,230 15 41 One Shilling and Sixpence Duty on Pensions and Salaries, and Four Shillings in the Pound on Pensions

67,924 12, 31

67,921 12 31 Hackney Coaches, and Hawkers and Pedlers.. 54,580 0 0

54,580 0 0 CROWN LANDS..

973 6 8

973 6 8 Small Branches of the King's Hereditary Revenues.

9,606 10 2

9,606 10 2 Surplus Produce of Lottery, after payment of Lottery Prizes

231,000 00 231,000 0 0 Surplus Fees, regulated Public Offices...

53,872 4 8

53,872 4 8 Poundage Fees, Pells Fees, Casualties, Treasury Fees, and Hospital Fees.

7,870 2 82

7,870 9 81 TOTAL Ordinary Revenue..

... 53,652,473 16 81

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Total paid into the Ex-} £ 49,777,710 13 114 4,636,939 7 64 54,414,650 1 54

chequer

Whitehall, Treasury Chambers,

lambers

25th March 1823.

S, R. LUSHINGTON.

BRITAIN AND IRELAND, in the Year ended the 5th January, 1823; after abating the of the actual Issues or Payments withio the same Period, exclusive of the Sums Debt, or for paying off Unfunded Debt.

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£. S. d.

s. d. Dividends, Interest, and Management of the Public Funded Debt, four Quarters to 10th October, 1822, exclusive of £15,811,710. 12. 9. issued to the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt...

29,490,897 4 24 Interest on Exchequer Bills and Irish Treasury Bills, exelusive of £301,250 Sinking Fund. 1,430,596 16 104

30,921,494 1 1 Issued to the Trustees of Military and Naval Pensions, per Act 3 Geo. IV. c. 51...

1,400,000 0 0

Civil List, four Quarters to 5th January, 1823. . 1,057,000 0 0
Pensions charged,)
by Act of Parlia-

4 Quarters to 10th Oct. 1822.
Con-

378,432 5 12 ment, upon solidated Fund.. Salaries and Allowances.. ..do

72,953 10 24 Officers of Courts of Justice....do..

83,377 12 54 Expenses of the Mint.

.do.

14,750 08 Bounties.

.do.

2,956 13 8 Miscellaneous

.do.

183,716 7 5 Do..... Ireland. ...do.

248,253 6 99

2,041,439 16 4 Army..

7,698,973 16 64 Navy.

4,945,642 2 111 Do' Treasurer of Greenwich Hospital, to pay Out-Pensions...

248,000 0 0 Ordnance.....

1,007,821 1 51 Miscellaneous..

2,105,797 331

16,066,234 4 21 Deduct the Sum issued to the Trustees of Military and Naval Pensions, being charged in the above Issues for Supplies.

1,400,000 0 0

14,606,234 4 22

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£. 49,499,130 1 7 Surplus of Income paid jo to the Exchequer, over Expenditure thereout..

TOTAL......

4,915,519 19 10% £. 154,414,650 1 54 58,483,769 185

AN ACCOUNT of the Balance of Public Money remaining in the ExchEQUER UNFUNDED Debt, in the Year ended 5th January 1823; the Money applied towards the

and the Money remaining in the

Balances in the Exchequer on the 5th January 1822

6,019,064 99

MONEY RAISED
Io the Year ended 5th January, 1823, by the creation of

Funded or Unfunded Debt.

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UNFUNDED DEBT: Exchequer Bills issued per Act 1 & 2

Geo. 4. c. 713

10,441,300 do.

3 Geo. 4. c. 8. 20,000,000 do. do. c. 122) 10,007,100

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Total ..
Excess of Income paid into the Exchequer, over Expenditure

defrayed thereout

4,915,519 19 10:

£ 69,399,289 18 4

Whitehall, Treasury Chambers,

25th March, 1823.

S, R. LUSHINGTON.

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