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COMMISSARIAT.

ESTIMATE of Sums required for the Supply of Bread, Meat, and Forage, Coals, Candles, and Straw,

for the Troops in Great Britain and Ireland ; and for Coals, Candles, &c. for the Troops at cer.. tain Foreign Stations; also for the Pay of the Commissariat Department, in the Year 1825.

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Estimated expense of bread, meat, and forage...
Ditto forcoals,candles, and straw, for barracks /

in Great Britain and Ireland .............. Ditto, for the supply of coals, candles, oil for

light, wine for the hospitals, and oats for

sundry foreign stations ... . . . . . . . . . ....... Ditto, for the pay of the commissariat of

stores and provisions at all his majesty's 1

foreign garrisons and possessions ......... Ditto, for the pay of the commissariat of ac

counts at his majesty's foreign garrisons

and possessions ......................... Ditto, for the half-pay of commissariat officers,

and allowances to persons superannuated,

or for offices abolished ....... .... Ditto, for the pensions of widows of commis

sariat officers ............................... Ditto, for the pay of the establishment of the

officers in Great Britain and Ireland...... Estimated amount of the contingent expenses

of the commissariat officers, including coals, candles, and advertisements, clothing for waggoners, &c. in Ireland, and stationery

for the office in Ireland ............ Ditto, of the contingencies of every other de

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scription..

Deduct,

£ 281,035 19 092,144 0 6 373,179 196 The amount of the pay of the commissariat department in the Mediterra- |

4,165 11 3 . 4,165 11 31 nean, the pay being provided for out of the colonial revenue........

Total....... . £ 276,870 7 992,144 0 6 369,014 8 3

MILITIA ESTIMATES. | ESTIMATE of the Charge of the Disembodied ESTIMATE of the Charge of the Disembodied Militia of Ireland, from the 25th December, Militia of Great Britain, from the 25th De

1824, to the 24th December, 1825, both incember, 1824, to the 24th December, 1825,

to the 24th December. 1825.) clusive, being 365 days. both inclusive, being 365 days.

£ s. d. £ $.de

Irish £ ..................... 102,058 6 4 303,459 16

In British money ...... 94,207 13 6

ORDNANCE ESTIMATES.

GENERAL Abstract of the Estimates for the Ordnance Department.

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1,216,775

Total charge...........
Deduct
Rents, savings, old stores...............

Sum required for the effective ........

211,639

1,005,136

Charge for the non-effective:

Ordnance, military and civil superannuations ............................
Barrack pensions ....

........................ Commissariat pensions ......

.................................

349,808 20,025

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MIDSHIPMEN.

A RETURN of the Number of Midshipmen and Mates who have passed their Examination, and

have not been promoted to the Rank of Lieutenant, in each Year from 1804 to the present Time; stating the Number now employed in his Majesty's Service.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

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For the victuals of the said men, )
NAVY ESTIMATES.

at one pound twelve shillings as GO3.200

man, a month AN ESTIMATE of the Charge of Wages, Vic

| For the wear and tear, being the ) tuals, Wear and Tear, and Ordnance, for charge for the stores and maTwenty-nine Thousand Men, including Nine

terials for the use of the ships 320,450 Thousand Royal Marines, to serve in his Ma in sea service, at seventeen jesty's Fleet, for Thirteen Lunar Months, shillings a man, a month ........) commencing the 1st January, 1825.

For the ordnance for the sea ser.) £

vice, at five shillings a man, a 94,250

month For the wages of twenty-nine)

thousand men, at two pounds 923,550 nine shillings a man, a month )

£1,941,650

ABSTRACT of the Navy and Victualling Ordinary Estimates for the Year 1825.

PART THE FIRST : Containing the Salaries and Contingent Expenses of the Admiralty, Navy Pay, Navy and Victualling Offices, and other Naval Establishments; of the Wages to Artificers and Labourers employed in his Majesty's Yards at Home and Abroad ; of the Charge for Timber, and all other Materials, for the Building, Repair, and Fitting of his Majesty's Ships, &c.; of the Charge for Pilotage, &c. and other Contingencies; and of the Wages and Victuals to Officers, Shipkeepers, and Men serving on board Vessels in Ordinary; distinguished under the following Heads :

£ s. d. Admiralty office, salaries and contingencies .............. 54,886 5 1 Navy-pay office ............... do. .............

29,633 1 6 Navy office ..................... do. ....................

56,760 15 0 Victualling office ............. do. ............................... 33,977 10. O His majesty's yards at home ..........

157,176 3 5 Wages to artificers and labourers employed in his ma-l

560,000 0 0 jesty's yards at home........... Charge for timber, and other materials, for the building,

repairing, and fitting of his majesty's ships, &c. (after 538,306 0 0

abating £111,694 received for old stores in 1824)...... Charge for pilotage, salvage, bounty for slaves, main

1,859,392 6 6 tenance of distressed seamen, exchequer fees, and 40,000 0 0

other contingencies .............. Foreign yards, salaries, wages, and contingencies........... 52,022 13 5 Victualling yards ....... do. ....... (after abating £5,000? received for old stores in 1824) ............................. S

73,572 0 6 Medical establishments, salaries, and contingencies ......... 55,510 13 11 Royal naval college and school of naval architecture .... 6,252 127 Wages to officers, shipkeepers, and men belonging to U

to 106,027 7 1 vessels in ordinary ........... Victuals to officers, shipkeepers, and men ...... do. ......... 54,787 4 0 Hired packets ............

0 0 ...........................................................! 40,480

PART THE SECOND: Containing the Half-pay, Superannuations, and Pensions granted to Officers of his Majesty's Navy, their Widows and Relatives, &c.

| £ 5. d. Half-pay to flag-officers, &c.

......... 897,500 ( 0) Superannuations and pensions to officers, their widows, &c. 131,692 18 2 Bounty to chaplains ...

1,500 0 0 1,387,692 18 Compassionate list ..

2

7,000 0 0 Widows' charity

90,000 0 0 Greenwich hospital .... .......

260,000 0 0

PART THE THIRD :
Containing the Superannuations and Pensions to Commissioners, Secre.

taries, Clerks, &c.; to the Officers, Artificers, &c. of the Dock Yards ;
and of Allowances, in lieu of Half-pay, to Naval Officers formerly em-
ployed in the Naval Departments .........

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ABSTRACT of an Extra Estimate of the Charge ABSTRACT of the Navy Estimates for the Year of what may be necessary for Works of the

1825. Yards, &c.; together with the Sums that will

£ s. d. be wanted for the Transport Service, and by 1. Wages, victuals, wear and )

tear, and ordnance, for 1,941,550 0 0 the Victualling Board, for the Cost of Pro

29,000 men .............. ) visions for the Use of the Army on board

my, on board 2. Ordinary estimate (after Transports and in Garrisons abroad.

abating 111,6941. for navy, For repairs and improvements in L

and 5,000L. for victualling,

13,415,588 17 10

og the yards, &c. .....................)

old stores, received in 1824) ) For army provisions.......... .......... 255,000 | 3. Extra estimate.............. ... 625,988 0 0 For transports ................... 188,300

£5,983,126 17 10 £625,988

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