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AN ACCOUNT of the TOTAL INCOME of the Revenue of GREAT BRITAIN and IRELAND, in backs, and Bounties of the nature of Draw backs; together with an Account of the Public Expendiwithin the same Period.

HEADS OF REVENUE.

NET RECEIPT, as stated in Column 4 of the Account of

Public Income.

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ORDINARY REVENUES:
Balances and Bills outstanding on 5th January, 1826
Customs........................
Excise ........
Stamps .............
Taxes ...
Post Office .........
One Shilling and Sixpenny Duty on Pensions and Sala->

ries, and Four Shillings in the Pound on Pensions....5
Hackney Coaches, and Hawkers and Pedlars .......
Crown Lands ........
Small Branches of the King's Hereditary Revenue..
Surplas Fees of Regulated Public Offices........
Poundage Fees, Pells Fees, Casualties, Treasury Fees,

and Hospital Fees.........

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57,202,756 1 1 Deduct Balances and Bills outstanding on 5th January,1827...

2,189,885 14 5 Total Ordinary Revenues......

£. 55,012,870 6 8 OTHER RESOURCES: Money received from the East India Company, on ac-) count of Retired Pay, Pensions, &c. of His Majesty's

60,000 0 0 Forces serving in the East Indies, per Act 4 Geo. IV.(

C. 71......
From the Commissioners for the issue of Exchequer)

Bills,per Act 57 Geo. III. c. 34. for the Employment 117,000 7 2

of the Poor.................... Money received from the Trustees of Naval and Military U

4,380,000 0 0 Pensions...................................... Money repaid in Ireland, on account of Advances from

the Consolidated Fund, under various Acts, for Publics 156,581 8 114

Improvements ...............
Imprest and other Monies paid into the Exchequer...... 184,974 1571
Payment of the Balance settled by Treaty to be due from?
the King of The Netherlands........

100,000 0 0
Repayment on account of Money advanced out of the
Consolidated Fand in the Year 1825, for Silver Coinages

206,365 14 10 From the Bank of England, on account of Unclaimed Dividends..........

64,581 12 2

5,269,503 18 9

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Balances in the hands of Receivers, &c. on 5th January, 1826 ........... 2,363,070 2 8

Do. ............ do. ...... .... on 5th January, 1827 ...... 2,189,885 14 5

Balances less in 1827 than in 1826 .......

173,184 8 31 Surplus Income paid into the Exchequer over Expenditure thereout........)

1,009,448 8 01

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the Year ended 5th January 1827, after deducting the Repayments, Allowances, Discounts, Drawture of the United Kingdom, exclusive of the Sums applied to the Reduction of the National Debt,

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AN ACCOUNT of the Ner Public Income of the United Kingdom of Great BRITAIN thereout, defrayed by the several Revenue Departments, and of the Actual Issues or

of Funded Debt, or for

INCOME

Applicable

to the Consolidated Fund.

Applicable

to other Public Services.

INCOME PAID

into the EXCHEQUER.

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£. . s. d. CUSTOMS

17,270,311 19 31 EXCISE

........ 19,172,019 13 STAMPS

6,702,350 11 104 Taxes under the management of the ) Commissioners of Taxes, (including | 4,702,743 12

Arrears of, Property Tax)....... Post Office.

1,570,000 - One Shilling and Sixpence Duty on)

Pensions and Salaries; and Fours 48,427 10 61

Shillings in the Pound on Pensions )
Hackney Coaches, and Hawkers and 2 64,151 10

Pedlars...
Small Branches of the King's Here-2

6,325 8 7
ditary Revenue .
Surplus Fees, regulated Public Offices. 69,160 14 11
Poundage Fees, Pells Fees, Casualties,?
Treasury Fees, and Hospital Fees)

9,594 10

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TOTAL ORDINARY REVENUE...

134

Mint Repayments on account of Sil. U

206,365 14 10

206,365 14 10 ver Coin... Money paid by the King of The Ne-?

100,000 therlands.....

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100,000 0 0 Money repaid in Ireland, on account)

of Advances from the Consolidated
Fund, under various Acts of Parl 156,581 8 119

156,581 8 113 Jiament....... Imprest and other Monies paid into

184,839 19 111

184,974 15 7 the Exchequer .................5 By the East India Company, on ac-) count of retired Pay, Pensions, &c.(

60,000 - - 60,00000 of H. M. Forces serving in India,

per Act 4 Geo. IV. c. 71..... By the Trustees of Naval and Military?

- 1 4,380,000 - 4,380,000 0 0 Pensions, &c... By the Commissioners for issuing Ex'chequer Bills for Public Works ...}

· 117,000 7 2 117,000 72 Money paid by the Bank of England,) on account of Unclaimed Dividends,

64,581 12 2 64,581 19. &c.........

50,262,872 15 3 1 4,632,116 15 - 154.894,989 10 3

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and Ireland, in the Year ended 5th January 1827, after abating the EXPENDITURE Payments within the same period, exclusive of the Sums applied to the Redemption paying off Unfunded Debt.

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Dividends, Interest, and Management of the Public) £. $. d. £. $. d.

Funded Debt, four Quarters to 10th October, 1826,5 27.945.750 14 0 exclusive of £ 5,591,231. 16. 2. issued to the Commis

sioners for the Reduction of the National Debt.....) Interest on Exchequer Bills....

831,207 6 3

28,076,958 0 3 Issued to Trustees of Naval and Military Pensions, 2 per Act 3 Geo. Iv. c. 51...31

2,214,260 0 0 Do..... Bank of England .... 4 Geo. IV. c. 22. ...| 585,740 0 0

2,800,000 0 0 Civil List, four Quarters to 5th January, 1827.

1,057,000 0 0 Pensions charged by Act of Parliament, on Consoli-> dated Fund, four Quarters to 10th October 1826 ....

364,268 6 31 Salaries and Allowances .......do .......do........ 69,115 13 5 Courts of Justice ..............do........do........ 150,590 15 111 Mint .........................do........do..

14,750 00 Bounties .....................do........do........ 2,956 13 8 Miscellaneous ................do........do........ 204,264 7 9

Do..... Ireland ..........do........do........ 301,427 10 611 Advance on account of the Wet Docks at Leith......

........ £.240,000 0 0 For the Purchase of the Duke of Athol's

Interests in the public Revenues of the Isle of Man.......

150,000 0 0 Advanced towards rebuilding London Bridge, per Act 7 Geo. IV. c. 40..... 120,000 0 0

510,000 0 0

2,674,173 7 74

33,551,131 7 104 Army..........

8,297,360 15 891 Navy

6,540,684 92 Ordnance ....

1,869,606 8 811 Miscellaneous...

2,566,788 11 54

19,274,385 6 0 Lottery Prizes..

69,802 5 10 By the Commissioners for issuing Exchequer Bills, per 2 Act 3 Geo. IV. c. 86, for the Employment of the Poor

443,300 001 Advances out of Consolidated Fund in Ireland, for Public Works.......

546,922 5 62!

1,060,024 8 43

TOTAL .£. 53,885,541 2 22 SURPLUS of INCOME over Expenditure thereout... 1,009,448 8 01

£. 54,894,989 10 3 Whitehall, Treasury Chambers, 8th February 1827. S

J. C. HERRIES.

AN ACCOUNT of the Net Public Income of the United Kingd

thereout, defrayed by the several Revenue Departments, ap”

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8th February, 1827.

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