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Britain and IRELAND, and of the CHARGE thereupon, at the 5th of January 1823, £7,500,000, raised in 1822.

CHARGE:

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978,531 11

3
Annual Interest

on Unredeemed
Debt

25,299,625 15 0
Long Annuities,
Due to the expire 1860 S] 1,347,637 11 2
Public

Life
Creditor.

Annuities,
payable at the

28,944 10 5
Exchequer
Ditto Irish Life
1 Annuities

35,46] 7 9

7,127 10 9

26,711,669 4 4

282,388 19 10

985,658 12 8

660 0 0

Management

26,994,058 4 2

986,318 12 8

40,264,597 2 5 1,662,329 16 441,926,926 18 9 The Trustees of Military and Naval Pensions and Civil Su- 2,800,000 0 0

2,800,000 0 0 perannuations Total UNITED KINGDOM £43,064,597 2 5 1,662,329 16 444,726,926 18 9

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Imperial Annuities,

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7,502,633 6 8 2,778,801 3 0 4,723,832 3 3

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ABSTRACT.

CAPITALS.

CAPITALS
Redeemed and
Transferred to the

Commissioners.

CAPITALS Unredeemed

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GREAT BRITAIN
IRELAND

£.

d. £. 779,940,661 12 11 13,923,642 11 1 766,017,019 1 10 33,780,473 12 11 7,991,180 3] 25,789,293 9 10

7,502,633 6 8 2,778,801 30 4,723,832 33 £ 821,223,768 12 6 24,693,623 17 2 796,530,144 15

GERMANY

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The fractional parts of a penny are excluded throughout this Account.
National acht 97.ce;}

S. HIGHAM,

Comptroller General

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d. 26,711,669 4 4

£. 282,388 19 10

£. 40,264,597 2 5 1,662,329 16 4 263,377 15 8

985,658 12 8 141,714 19 3

660 0 0 1,605 15 9

£
13,270,538 18 3

676,011 3 8
120,057 08

27,839,042 16 3

284,654 15 7

14,066,607 2 7

42,190,304 14 5

2,800,000 0 0

2,800,000 0 0

30,639,0 12 16 3

284,654 15 7

14,066,607 2 7

44,990,304 14 5

AN ACCOUNT OF THE UNFUNDED DEBT OF GREAT BRITAIN

AND IRELAND;

And of the Demands outstanding on the 5th January 1823, Distinguished under the following heads; viz.—Exchequer Bills; Sums remaining

paid, charged upon Aids granted by Parliament; Advances out of the Consolidated Fund in Ireland, towards the Supplies; and Exchequer Bills to be issued on the Consolidated Fund; and distinguishing also, such part of the Unfunded Debt and Demands, as have been provided for by Parliament; together with an Account of th: Ways and Means remaining in the Exchequer, or to be received on the 5th January 1823, to defray such part of the Unfunded Debt and Demands outstanding, as bare been provided for.

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4,591,592 111

Sums remaining unpaid, charged

upon Aids granted by Parlia- 4,591,592 11 78

ment ADVANCES made out of Con

solidated Fund in Ireland, towards Supplies which are to be repaid to Consolidated Fund,

613,027 18 33 out of Ways and Means in Great Britain

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Exchequer Bills to be issued to complete the € 5,928,354 13 3 5,928,354 13 }

Charge upon the Consolidated Fund....

Whitehall, Treasury Chambers,

25th March, 1823.

S. R. LUSHINGTOX.

TRADE OF THE UNITED KINGDOM.

AN ACCOUNT of the Value of all IMPORTs into, and of all EXPORTS from, the United

Kingdom of Great BRITAIN and IRELAND, During each of the Three Years ending the 5th January 1823, (calculated at the official Rates of Valuation, and stated exclusive of the Trade between Great Britain and Ireland reciprocally ;) distinguishing the Amount of the Produce and Manufactures of the United Kingdom exported, from the Value of Foreign and Colonial Merchandize exported :—Also, stating the Amount of the Produce and Manufactures of the United Kingdom exported therefrom, according to the Real and Declared Value thereof.

YEARS

ending 5th January.

VALUE OF EXPORTS FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM, VALUE VALUE of IMPORTS

of the Produce and into the

calculated at the Official Rates of Valuation. Manufactures United Kingdom,

of the
calculated

United Kingdom
at the
Official Rates of
Produce and

exported therefrom, Foreign

TOTAL
Manufactures
and

according to the Valuation,

of the
Colonial

Real and Declared

EXPORTS. Value thereof. United Kingdom Merchandize.

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32,438,650 17 338,395,555 7 2 10,555,912 10 3/48,951,467 17 5
30,792,763 4 10 40,831,744 17 510,629,689 5 851,461,434 3 1
30,500,094 17 4 44,236,533 2 49,227,589 6 11 53,464,122 9 3

36,424,652 13 11 36,659,631 30 36,968,964 99

pector General's Office, ustom-House, London, 24th March, 1823.

WILLIAM IRVING,
Inspector General of Imports and Exports.

FOREIGN TRADE OF GREAT BRITAIN.

N ACCOUNT of the Value of all IMPORTS into, and of all EXPORTS from, GREAT

BRITAIN, ing each of the Three Years ending the 5th January 1823; (calculated at the Official ates of Valuation, and stated exclusive of the Trade with Ireland ; distinguishing the , mount of the Produce and Manufactures of the United Kingdom exported, from the Value

Foreign and Colonial Merchandizo exported :- Also, stating the Amount of the Produco d Manufactures of the United Kingdom exported from Great Britain, according to the eal and Declared Value thereof.

YEARS

VALUE OP EXPORTS FROM GREAT BRITAIN,

VALUE
VALUE OF IMPORTS

of the Produce and
into
calculated at the Official Rates of Valuation.

Manufactures of Great Britain,

the United Kingdom calculated

exported from
at the
Produce and
Foreign

Great Britain, ac-
Official Rates of
Manufactures

and

TOTAL

cording to the Real Valuation.

of the
Colonial
EXPORTS.

and Declared United Kingdom Merchandize.

Value thereof.

ending 5th January

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31,484, 108 11 8 37,818,035 13 310,525,025 18 8 48,343,061 11 135,568,6699 5 29,724,173 13 7 40,194,892 13 11 10,602,090 0 0 50,796,982 13 11 35,826,082 137 29,401,807 10 10 43,558,488 12 9 9,211,927 16 10 52,770,416 9 7 36,176,896 13 11

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ctor General's Office, com House, London, 1th March 1823.

WILLIAM IRVING,
Inspector General of Imports and Exports.

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