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DISPOSAL OF CIVIL LIST REVENUE.

For the Support of his Majesty's Household, per Act 17 Geo. 3 L.898,000 OO Ditto

44 ditto 60,000 0 0 Ditto

52 ditto 70,000 0 0

COURTS OF JUSTICE, &c.
Judges of England and Wales, in Augmentation of their Sa-

laries
Deficiencies of Judges Salaries in England
Additional Salaries to Welch Judges
John Baldwin, Esq. Receiver of the Seven Police Offices
Patrick Colquhoun, Esq. Ditto Thames Police Office .
Henry John Hinchcliffe, Vice Admiralty Judge at Jamaica
Sheriffs of England and Wales

13,050 0 0 12,982 2 8

3,200 0 0 21,612 18 64 7,666 14 S 2,000 0 0 4,000 0 0

MINT.

Master of the Mint in England

Ditto Ditto Scotland

13,800 0 0 1,200 00

SALARIES AND ALLOWANCES.

2,627 15 9

Speaker of the House of Commons, to complete his Salary of

L.6,000 per annum
Edward Roberts, Esq. an annual Sum formerly paid to the

Auditor
George Pepler, Esq. Inspector of Tontine Certificates
Chief Cashier of the Bank, for Fees paid at sundry Public
Offices

South Sea Company, for Ditto
For the Encouragement of the Growth of Hemp and Flax in

Scotland

650 0
750 0 0

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1,160 00 275 16 0

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2,956 13 8

COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS.

William Mackworth Praed, Esq. Chairman
Sir Charles W. R. Boughton, Bart.
Francis Percival Elliot, Esq.

1,500 0 1,200 0 0 1,200 0 0

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Richard Dawkins, Esq.
John Sargent, Esq.
John Anstey, Esq.
John Whishaw, Esq.
Salaries and Contingencies in the Office of the said Commis-

sioners

L.1,200 0 0

1,200 0 0 1,200 0 0 1,200 0

35,781 00

COMMISSIONERS OF WEST INDIA PRODUCE.

John Halket, Esq. Chairman
James Chapman, Esq.
John Wilson, Esq.
Salaries and Contingencies in the Office of the said Commis-

sioners

1,500 0 0 1,000 0 0 1,000 0 0

6,518 17 8

MISCELLANEOUS.

130,641 70

Interest, &c. on a Moiety of 50 millions of florins, raised by

the House of Hope & Co. for the Service of Russia, per 55

Geo. 3, cap. 115
Deficiency of Profits to the South Sea Company, per 55 Geo. 3,

cap. 57, sect. 3
Bounty to Lieut. G. B. Vine, on Seizure of Slaves on board La

Parisienne, and condemned at the Mauritius
Ditto to Sir Ralph Woodford, on Seizure and Condemnation of

Slaves imported into the West Indies
Ditto to Augustus Pechell, Esq. for the like Service

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PENSIONS.

Earl of Chatham
Lord Rodney
Lady Dorchester
John Penn, Esq.
Richard Penn, Esq.
Duke of Clarence
Duke of York
Duchess of York
Prince of Wales
Earl St Vincent
Viscount Duncan
Duke of Kent
Duke of Cumberland
Duke of Richmond
Lord Erskine
Sir Arch. Macdonald
Sir James Mansfield
Sir Alan Chambré
Sir Sydney Smith
Baroness Abercrombie
John Woodfield Compton, Esq.
Alexander Croke, Esq.
Duke of Sussex

4,000 0 0 2,000 0 0 1,000 0 1,000 0 0 3,000 0 0 12,000 0 0 14,000 0 0

4,000 0 0 65,000 0 0 2,000 0 2,000 0 0 12,000 0 0 12,000 0 0 6,333 6 8 4,000 0 0 2,500 0 0 2,500 0 0 2,000 0 0 1,000 0 0 2,000 0 0 1,000 0 0 1,000 0 12,000 0

Duke of Cambridge
Lord Hutchinson
Sir James Saumarez
Lord Boringdon et al. in trust for Lord Amherst
Duke of Athol
Henry Moreton Dyer, Esq.
John Sewell, Esq.
William Territt, Esq.
Lady Nelson
Sir Richard Strachan
Lady Collingwood
Hon. Sarah Collingwood
Mary Pat. Collingwood
Sir John Duckworth

(dead)
Duke of Clarence
Duke of Kent
Duke of Cumberland
Duke of Sussex
Duke of Cambridge
Duke of Gloucester
Princess Sophia of Gloucester
Earl Nelson
Lord Rodney
Viscount Lake
Viscount Wellington
Earl of Wellington
Hon. Jane Perceval (now Carr)
Princesses Augusta Sophia, Elizabeth, Mary, and Sophia, 9,000l.

to each
Sir Archibald Macdonald
Sir James Mansfield
Sir Alan Chambre
Princess of Wales
Duke of Wellington
Lord Beresford
Lord Combermere
Lord Exmouth
Lord Hill
Lord Lynedoch
Lord Walsingham

(dead) Duke of York et al. in trust for the late Princess Charlotte and Prince of Cobourg

Ditto for the Prince of Cobourg
Duke of York
Duke of Clarence
Princesses Augusta Sophia, Elizabeth, Mary, and Sophia, 4,0001

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to each
Lord Colchester

L.12,000 0 0

2,000 0 0 1,200 00 3,000 0 2,360 12 51 1,000 0 1,000 0 0 1,000 0 0 2,000 0 0 1,000 0 0 1,000 00 500 0 0 500 0 0 500 0 0 6,000 0 0 6,000 0 0 6,000 0 0 6,000 0 0 6,000 0 0 14,000 0 0 7,000 0 0 5,000 0 0

923 1 6 2,000 0 0 2,000 0 0 2,000 0 0 2,000 0

36,000 0 0

800 0 0 800 0 0

600 0 0 35,000 0 0 13,000 0 0 2,000 0 0 2,000 0 0 2,000 0 0 2,000 0 0 2,000 0 0 2,000 0 0

45,000 0 0

8,620 13 9 12,000 0 0 2,000 0

16,000 0 0 3,000 0 0

TOTAL

L.1,755,211 1:

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For defraying the Charge of the Civil Establishments under,

mentioned ; viz.
Of Sierra Leone, from the 1st of January to the 31st of Decema

ber 1817
Ditto Nova Scotia from Ditto to Ditto
Ditto New South Wales . from Ditto to Ditto
Ditto
Upper Canada

from Ditto to Ditto Ditto

New Brunswick from Ditto to Ditto Ditto Newfoundland from Ditto to Ditto Ditto

St John (now called from Ditto to Ditto

Prince Èd. Island) Ditto Bahama

from Ditto to Ditto Ditto Cape Breton

from Ditto to Ditto Ditto Dominica

from Ditto to Ditto Expences of a Civil nature in Great Britain, as do not form a

part of the Ordinary Charges of the Civil List Interest on Exchequer Bills One hundredth part of 33 millions of Exchequer Bills, autho

rized last Session to be issued and charged upon the Aids granted in the present Session, to be issued and paid by equal Quarterly Payments to the Governor and Company of the Bank of England, to be by them placed to the Account of the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt ;

for the year ending the 1st of February 1818 For paying off and discharging, on the 5th of April, 1817, cer

tain Annuities granted by two Acts of the 37th and 42d of his Majesty For the Relief of American Loyalists; for the year 1817 Expence of Confining and Maintaining Criminal Lunatics; for

1817 Charge of the Superannuation Allowance, or Compensation to

one of the late Paymasters of Exchequer Bills; for 1817 Superannuation Allowances, or Compensations to Retired Clerks and other Officers, formerly employed in the Office of the

Commissioners for Auditing the Public Accounts; for 1817 Superannuation Allowances or Compensations to Retired Clerks

and other Officers, formerly employed in the Lottery Office;

for 1817 To Ditto

Ditto

formerly employed in his Majesty's Mint; for 1817

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To be applied in further Execution of an Act of the 43d of his

Majesty, towards making Roads and building Bridges in the

Highlands of Scotland; for 1817
Towards the Repair of Henry the Seventh's Chapel ; for 1817
Expence of the National Vaccine Establishment; for 1817
Expence of works carrying on at the College of Edinburgh ; for

1817
Expence of the Establishment of the Penitentiary House ; from

the 24th of June 1817, to the 24th of June 1818 Towards defraying the expence of the building of a Peniten

tiary House at Nlilbank; for 1817 Expence of making an Inland Navigation, from the Eastern to

the Western Sea, by Inverness and Fort-William ; for 1817 To complete the original estimated expence of the works at

Holyhead Harbour; for the present year
Landing-place at Port Devargh, on the Hill at Holyhead, for

the landing of the Mails from the Packets by Boats
Expence of improving sundry portions of the Holyhead Roads
Expence of maintaining and repairing the British Forts on the

Coasts of Africa for 1817
Board of Agriculture ; for 1817
Royal Military College ; for 1817
Royal Military Asylum at Chelsea ; from the 25th December

1816, to the 24th December 1817
Expence attending the confining, maintaining, and employing

Convicts at Home; for 1817
To defray Bills drawn, or which may be drawn, from New

South Wales; for 1817
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 ; for 1817
Printing 1,250 copies of the 49th volume of the Journals of the

House of Peers
To make good the deficiency of the Grant of 1816, for printing

1,750 copies of the 69th volume of the Journals of the House

of Commons For defraying the expence that may be incurred in 1817, for

printing 1,750 copies of the 70th volume of the Journals of

the House of Commons ; being for the Session 1815 For defraying the expence that may be incurred in 1817, for

printing 1,750 copies of the 71st volume of the Journals of

the House of Commons; being for the Session 1815 For Ditto

Ditto

for 72d volume of Ditto For defraying the expence that may be incurred for printing

Journals and Reports of the House of Commons; for 1817 To make good the deficiency of the Grant for 1816, for re

printing Journals and Reports of the House of Commons To detray the expence of printing Bills, Reports, and other

Papers, by order of the House of Commons, during the pre

sent Session of Parliament To made good the deficiency of the Grant of 1816, for defray

ing the expence of printing Bills, Reports, and other Papers, by order of the House of Commons, during the last Session .

17,000 0 0

2,552 123

815 S

3,500 00

3,250 0 3,250 0

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