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AN ACCOUNT OF THE VALUE OF ALL IMPORTS INTO, AND OF ALL

EXPORTS FROM, IRELAND,

During each of the Three Years ending the 5th January 1823, (calculated at the Official Rates

of Valuation, and stated inclusive and exclusive of the Trade with Great Britain;) distinguishing the Amount of the Produce and Manufactures of the United Kingdom exported, from the Value of Foreign and Colonial Merchandise exported ;-Also, stating the Ameant of the Produce and Manufactures of the United Kingdom exported from Ireland, according to the value thereof, as computed at the Average Prices Current.

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VALUE inclusive of the

Trade with GREAT BRITAIN.

1822 6,407,427 15 827,703,857 11 83 77,795 4 34 7,781,652 16

18236,607,487 12 526,771,607 2 34 54,302 7 3 6,825,909 9 647.891,137 13

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VALUE exclusive of the

Trade with GREAT BRITAIN.

1822 1,068,589 11 31 636,852 3 64 27,599 5 748 664,451 9 2

1823 1,098,287 6 6

678,044 9 7

15,661 101

693,705 19 8

Custom House Dealin

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19th March 1823.

WM. MARRABLE,
Inspector General of the Imports and Esports of Ireland

NAVIGATION OF THE UNITED KINGDOM.

NEW VESSELS BUILT. AN ACCOUNT of the Number of VESSELS, with the Amount of their TONNAGE, that were built and registered in the several Ports of the BRITISH EMPIRE, in the Years ending the 5th January 1821, 1822, and 1823, respectively.

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VESSELS REGISTERED. AN ACCOUNT of the Number of Vessels, with the Amount of their TONNAGE, and the Number of Men and Boys usually employed in Navigating the same, that belonged to the several Ports of the BRITISH EMPIRE, on the 30th September, in the Years 1820, 1821, and 1822, respectively.

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ited Kingdom 21,473 2,412,804 155,335 21,163 2,329,213 150,424 20,756 2,288,999 147,529 es Guernsey:) Jersey and 496 26,225 3,775 489

26,6391 3,859 482 26,404 3,788 Man ti-h Planta->

3,405 209,561 15,304 3,381 204,350 14,896 3,404 tions

203,641 15,016

TOTAL.... 25,374 2,648,593 174,414 25,036| 2,560,202 169,179 24,642 2,519,014 166,339

WILLIAM IRVING,

istom House, London, 24th March, 1823.

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Inspector General of Imports and Exports.

NAVIGATION OF THE UNITED KINGDOM—continued.

VESSELS EMPLOYED IN THE FOREIGN TRADE.

AN ACCOUNT of the Number of Vessels, with the Amount of their TONNAGE, and the Number of Men and Boys employed in Navigating the same, (including their repeated Voyages,) that entered Inwards, and cleared Outwards, at the several Ports of The United Kingdoni, from and to all Parts of the World, (exclusive of the Intercours between Great Britain and IRELAND respectively;) during each of the three Years end ing 5th January 1823.

SHIPPING ENTERED INWARDS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM,

(Exclusive of the Intercourse between Great Britain and Ireland.)

YEARS

British and Irish Vessels.

Foreign Vessels.

TOTAL.

ending 5th January

Ves

Ves. sels.

Tons.

Men.

Tons.

Men.

Vessels.

Tons.

sels.

Men.

1821..

1822..

11,285 1,668,060 100,325 3,472 447,611 | 27,633 14,757 2,115,671 127,5 10,805 1,599,423 97,485|| 3,261 396,107 26,043 | 14,066 1,995,550 19 11,0871,663,627 98,980 3,389 469,151 28,421 14,476 2,132,778 127,

1823......

SHIPPING CLEARED OUTWARDS FROM THE UNITED KINGDON,

(Exclusive of the Intercourse between Great Britain and Ireland.)

YEARS

British and Irish Vessels.

Foreign Vessels,

TOTAL.

ending 5th January

Vessels.

Tons.

Men.

Vessels.

Tons.

Men.

Ves. sels.

Tops.

Men.

1821......

10,102 1,549,508 95,849 | 2,969
9,797 1,488,614 93,377 2,626

1822.

433,328 24,545 || 13,071 1,982,836 1903 383,786 22,162 | 12,423 1,872,130 113 457,542 25,394 12,866 1,996,802 12139

1823....

10,023 1,539,260 95,998

2,843

Custom House, London,

24th March, 1823.

WILLIAM IRVING.

AN ACCOUNT OF THE PRINCIPAL OF THE

RUSSIAN DUTCH LOAN, In British Money, the Payment of which Great Britain undertook, by

the Convention signed at London, 19th May, 1815; and, the Amount paid by Great Britain in each Year, for the Principal and Interest of that Loan, as authorized by the 55 Geo. 3. c. 115; and, the Total Amount paid of Principal and Interest, up to the 1st January, 1823;—also, An Estimate of the Amount, in British Money, which remains to be paid by Great Britain for that Loan, on the principle the Payments have hitherto been made. (Presented to Parliament 24th Feb. 1823.)

The Amount of PRINCIPAL of the Russian Dutch Loan, the Payment of which Great Britain undertook, by the Convention above mentioned, was 25,000,000 Florins; which, at the exchange of Eleven Florins to the Pound sterling, amounts to £2,272,727. 58. 6d.

THE AMOUNT PAID BY GREAT BRITAIN, IS AS FOLLOWS:

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The Amount of Principal of this Loan remaining due on the 1st January, 1823, is 23,250,000 Florins, which, in British sterling, at the exchange of Eleven Florins, amounts to £2,113,636 7s. 3d.; and the Principal is to be paid off by Annual Instalments of £l per cent, or 250,000 Florins, subject, however, to an increase of such Instalment, on the demand of the Russian Government, to an Annual Sum, not exceeding 3 per Cent, or 750,000 Florins, Dutch Currency. Treasury Chambers, Feb. 22, 1823.

J. C. HERRIES.

AN ACCOUNT of the Sums received from France, in respect of the PECUNIART

INDEMNITY payable under the Convention No. 5, of the 15th Nov. 1815; and

of the Appropriation thereof.—(Presented to Parliament 25th June 1823.) The Total Sum received by His Majesty's Government, in pursuance)

£. & d. of this Convention, and of the several Arrangements subsequently made, was f. 125,228,482. 42. which at the exchange of f. 25. 29. 4,951,699 11 71

the average rate of Remittance to this Country, was By Interest, &c. upon the received beyond the Amount paid by way of Discount upon anticipated Payments, Commission

71,473 4 9 upon Negociations, &c.

£ 5,023,172 16 4

£ & 166,890 16 5

19,211 4 9

9,971 10 3

98,813 6 1,000.000 0 0

23,527 18

1,269,0711 1,529,765 2 3

500,000 0 0

15,634 193

By Payment on account of proportions of the Pecuniary Indemnity

due to Hanover
By_Payment on account of the Sums due to Brunswick, for Subsidiary

Force
Paid the Chevalier Canova, for removing Works of Art, &c.
Remitted to Lisbon, to discharge outstanding Demands of the Army -
Paid as Prize Money to the Army
By the Expenses of the Office of the Commissioners of Deposit
By Amount paid for the use of the Army in France, beyond the

Sum received from the French Government, on that Account
By Payments in respect of Fortifications in The Netherlands
By Payment on account of Supplies 1821, pursuant to the Grant
of Parliament

-S By Amount paid the Treasurer of the Ordnance, on account of Ex-) penses incurred by that Department in England, in respect of

the Ordnance Corps stationed in France By Amount paid M. de Ladebat, in satisfaction of his Claims, in respect of Property belonging to him, sequestrated at the begin

ning of the War by the British Government By Amount paid Mr. Martin, towards the Indemnification of Proprietors of Property at St. Domingo, for the sequestration of their

Property during the occupation of that Island, by the British Forces) By Amount paid the French East India Company, as an Indemnification for Property belonging to them, sequestrated at the com

mencement of the War . By Amount granted to Lord Beresford, and the Portuguese Army under his command, on account of their proportion of the Prize captured by the Allied Armies, and delivered over to the British Authorities, beyond the net Sum received from France, as the

value of the Prize Property left at Bourdeaux
By Amount paid Mr. Spearman, remuneration for his Services in the

Payment of Subsidies to Foreign Powers
By Payments on account of His Majesty's Coronation
By Amount paid on account of the Expenses of His Majesty's
Journey to Scotland

99,331 4:

3,400 00

60,000 o C

22,733 19 8

1,000 0 138,238 0 :

3,358 ,

By Balance

4,960,9N6 171

*62,185 1981

£ 5,023, 179 16

* This Balance is liable to the Payment of a further Sum, on account of the Subsider Force of Brunswick; as also of a further Sum, as Indemnification to the Proprietor Property in St. Domingo, the amount of which cannot at present be accurately ascertains Whitehall, Treasury Chambers, 25th June 18:23.

J. C. HERRIES

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