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An Account of the gross Receipt of the Land. An Account of the gross Receipt of the Land. tax unredeemed, in England and Wales, in each tax unredeemed, in Scotland, in each of the of the three Years 1822, 1823, and 1824. | three Years 1822, 1823, and 1824. s. d.
£ $. d. 1822 .................. 1,191,422 7 54
1822 ..................... 36,034 7 6 1823 .................... 1,211,917 11 101
...................... 34,043 128 1824 .................. 1,254,657 16 2
1824 ..................... 37,803 1991
An Account shewing the Total Amount of £3 per Cents transferred and purchased on Account
of the Redemption of Land-tax, in each of the Three Years 1822, 1823, and 1824, and the Amount of Dividend on the same.
Amount of £3 per Amount of Divi-Amount of £3 per Amount of divi-Amount of £3 per Amount of divi
cents transferred dend on the cents transferreddend on the cents transferred dend on the and purchased. same. and purchased. same.
and purchased. same.
The above return includes the £3 per cents purchased from time to time, with the dividends arising from stock provided to answer contracts for the redemption of land-tax, according to the terms of schedules (C) and (D) of the act 53 Geo. III. c. 123 ; which dividends are directed by the said act to be applied in augmentation of the stock purchased, until the accumulated stock shall yield an annuity exceeding the land-tax redeemed by one-tenth part thereof.
AN ACCOUNT of Land-Tax remitted in each Year from 1810 to 1822 ; stating the Authority for such Remission, the particular Class to which such Remissions
were made, and the whole Amount remitted.
Lands and tenements
By authority of the
lords of the treasury,
majesty's order in
The land-tax on of
mitted to each class.
The loss to the revenue by the above diminution of duty is only apparent, as in reality it has been attended with a saving to the amount of the poundage, which was previously payable to the clerk to
the commissioners, collectors, and receivers general.
Stock, and by Money, the Total Amount of Stock purchased and transferred, and the Amount of Dividends on the same for each Year.
An Account of the Number of Stamps issued for policies of Life Insurance, in the Years 1814,
1815, 1816, 1817, 1818, 1819, 1820, 1821, 1822, 1823, and 1824; distinguishing the Stamps of £1, £2, £3, £4, and £5;—so far as the same can be made up.
Note.-The foregoing scale of duties on policies of life insurance was first imposed by the Act of 55 Geo. 3, c. 184, commencing on the 1st September, 1815; the year 1816 is therefore the first complete year for which the account can be furnished.
Note. There are not distinct stamps to denote the duties on policies of life insurance in Ire. land, and therefore no separate accounts have been kept of their produce in that country; the above account, therefore, relates to Great Britain only.
MI IN T. An Account of the Quantity of Gold received into His Majesty's Mint, and of Gold Monies
coined in each Year, from 1st January, 1823, to 1st January, 1825.
NEWSPAPERS. An Account of the Amount of Stamps for Newspapers, in the Years 1814, 1815, 1816, 1817,
1818, 1819, 1820, 1821, 1822, 1823, and 1824 ; distinguishing the different Years.
RECEIVERS GENERAL. An Account of the Salaries, Allowances, or other Emoluments, in any manner accruing to the
several Receivers General of the Taxes, under the Act 3 Geo. IV. c. 88, within the Year ending the 5th January, 1825.
The above-stated allowances to the receivers .general (except those to the two receivers of London, Westminster, and Middlesex,) have been paid for travelling charges at the rate fixed by the Act 3 Geo. IV. c. 88, of two shillings per mile ; and for expenses when absent from home, on the respective receipts, at the rate of one guinea per day.
The sums inserted in this account for the two receivers for London, Westminster, and Middlesex, are the annual allowances assigned by the lords of the treasury, for expenses for offices kept open by them, and for clerks and other incidental disbursements,
AN ACCOUNT, up to the 31st December, 1824, of the Sums which have been issued and applied
within the Year 1824, by Virtue of an Act 55 Geo. 3, c. 115, intituled, “ An Act for carrying “ into Effect a Convention between His Majesty and the King of the Netherlands and the “ Emperor of all the Russias, for paying and satisfying the Interest on the part of the Loan " therein agreed to be borne by His Majesty, on all or any of the Securities therein mentioned, " and towards paying and satisfying the Principal thereof, in case the Principal of any of the “ said Securities shall have been paid; and also for paying the Expenses of carrying the said “ Act into Execution, and the Sinking Fund for the Extinction of the same."
Interest in florins.
amount of sinking fund paid the 1st June,
****................) December 31. To one year's interest to this date on 22,750,000)
florins, remaining due after payment of 250,000
June 1.......... By amount of remittance to Mr. T. Atkinson, at
Amsterdam, for payment to Messrs. Hope and
23,000,000 florins to 22,750,000 florins .......
forins sinking fund, due 30th June, 1824, re-
November 25. By amount of remittance to Holland of one year's
'interest at 5 per cent, to 31st Dec. 1824, on
By balance remaining due 1st January, 1825.........!
The amount of the above remittances was issued out of the consolidated)
118,227 9 3 were made to Amsterdam, was, in sterling money .............. Amount of commission on the above remittances paid Mr. Atkinson, as agent for paying the Russian Dutch loan......
...... 591 21 Postage ...
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