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Britain and IRELAND, and the Charge thereupon, at the 5th of January 1827.

CHARGE.

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£ 5,476,455 15 77 196,402 5 104
fAnnual Interest on
Unredeemed Debt

24,513,592 14 1 1,169,419 17 94
Due to Long Annuities, ex-2
pire 1860...

1,332,301 0 0 Public Creditor Life Annui- English 25,827 8 73

ties payable

at the
Exchequer ) Irish... 35,476 18 7 7,038 0 9

the

$ 25,907,198 1 37| 1,176,457 18 64 Annual Interest on Stock transferred to the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt, towards 9,089 18 111 the redemption of Land Tax, under Schedules C. D 1.and D 2. 53 Geo. 3. c. 123. Management...

278,269 6 21 797 10 13

and Civil Superannuations } 2,800,000 0 0

TOTAL CHARGE, including

Sinking Fund and Pen- £34,471,013 2 0f 1,373,657 14 64|35,844,670 16 7 sions

ABSTRACT

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9,089 18 11}] 278,269 6 245,476,455 15 77

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(a) Chargeable with £.589,250. 12. 0, Life Annuities, per 48 Geo. 3.

c. 142.-Do. with the sum of £81,400. 0. 0. Annuities for a On 5th Term of Years to the Trustees of the Waterloo Fund, per 59

Geo. 3. c. 34. payable by sundry half-yearly Instalments. January,

Also with the payment of £.509,245. 17. 4. (by Quarterly In1827. stalments,) being part of £.6,149,245 17. 4. Non-assented £.4.

per cents, vested in the Commissioners as £.34 per cents, per 5 Geo. IV. c. 45.

S. HIGHAM,

Comptroller General,

AN ACCOUNT OF THE UNFUNDED DEBT OF GREAT BRITAIN

AND IRELAND;

And of the Demands outstanding on the 5th January 1827 ;

DISTINGUISHED UNDER THE FOLLOWING HEADS; viz.

EXCHEQUER Bills; Sums remaining unpaid, charged upon the Aids granted by Parlia.

ment; Advances out of the Consolidated Fund in Ireland, towards the Supplies; and Exchequer Bills to be issued on the Consolidated Fund ;-and distinguishing also, such part of the Unfunded Debt and Demands, as have been provided for by Parliament;-together with an Account of the Ways and Means remaining in the Exchequer, or to be received on the 5th day of January 1827, to defray such part of the Unfunded Debt and Demands outstanding, as have been provided for.

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8. d.

24,565,850

EXCHEQUER Bills, exclusive of

d. £.459,000 issued for paying off £.4 per cents, the payment of which is charged on the

772,650 23,793,200 Sinking Fund..... Sums remaining unpaid, charged

upon Aids granted by Parlia- {3,282,8283 84 ment

3,282,828 3 81

ADVANCES made out of the Con

solidated Fund in Ireland, towards the Supplies which are to be repaid to the Consolidated Fund, out of the Ways and Means in Great Britain...

246,417 10 4

1

2 16,417 10 4

Total Unfunded Debt, and } € 4,301,895 14 -123,793,200 - }

28,095,095 14 Demands outstanding

..

Ways and Means...

4,383,649 15

Surplus Ways and Means .......

81,754 1

ExcuzQuer Bills to be issued to complete the } £ 5,703,718 11 +5,703,718 11 +

Charge upon the

Whitehall, Treasury Chambers, 8th February, 1827.

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J, C. HERRIES.

TRADE OF THE UNITED KINGDOM.

AN ACCOUNT of the Value of the IMPORTS into, and of the EXPORTS from, the United

Kingdom of GREAT BRITAIN and IRELAND, During each of the Three Years ending the 5th January 1827, calculated at the official Rates

of Valuation, and distinguishing the Åmount of the Produce and Manufactures of the United Kingdom exported, from the Value of Foreign and Colonial Merchandize exported :-Also, stating the Amount of the Produce and Manufactures of the United Kingdom exported therefrom, according to the Real or Declared Value thereof.

YEARS

ending 5th January

VALUE OF EXPORTS FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM, VALUE
VALUB Of IMPORTS

of the Produce and into the

calculated at the Official Rates of Valuation, Manufactures United Kingdom,

of the calculated

United Kingdom, at the Produce and

exported therefrom,

Foreign
Official Rates of

TOTAL
Manufactures
and

according to the Valuation.

of the
Colonial

Real Declared

EXPORTS. Value thereof. United Kingdom Merchandize.

or

8. d.
8. d.
S. d.
3. d.

8. d. 1825

37,558,176 4 10 48,730,466 4 7 10,204,785 6 458,935,251 10 11 38,390, 103 140 1826

44,208,907 7 0 47,150,689 12 11 9,169,494 8 356,320,184 ! 2 38,870,945 11 11 1827 37,714,021 15 1 40,965,030 14 0 10,079,627 8 1

151,044,658 2 1

31,536,833 10 11 Inspector General's Office, Custom-House, London,

WILLIAM IRVING, 24th March, 1827.

Inspector General of Imports and Exports.

AN ACCOUNT of the VALUE of the IMPORTS into, and of the EXPORTS from, GREAT

BRITAIN, During each of the Three Years ending the 5th January 1827; calculated at the Official

Rates of Valuation, and stated exclusive of the Trade with Ireland; distinguishing the Amount of the Produce and Manufactures of the United Kingdom exported, from the Value of Foreign and Colonial Merchandizo exported :-Also, stating the Amount of the Produce and Manufactures of the United Kingdom exported from Great Britain, according to tho Real or Declared Value thereof.

YEARS

ending 5th January

VALUE OF EXPORTS FROM GREAT BRITAIN,

VALUE VALUE Of IMPORTS

of the Produce and into calculated at the Official Rates of Valuation.

Manufactures of Great Britain, calculated

the United Kingdom, at the

exported from Official Rates of Produce and Foreign

Great Britain, ac-
Manufactures

TOTAL
Valuation.

cording to the Real
of the
Colonial
EXPORTS.

or Declared United Kingdom Merchandize.

Value thereof.

and

1825 1826 1827

s. d.
8. d.
8. d.
s. d.

s. d. 36,146,4480 0 48,024,951 13 610,188,596 9 258,213,548 2 8 37,568,020 16 9 42,661,054 8 11 46,453,021 17 1 9,155,305 5 0,55,608,3272 138,077,330 9 0 36,069,999 12 40,332,104 6 010,069,188 I 250,401,292 7 2 30,847,638 7 4

Note:

The Commercial Intercourse with Ireland, having been placed upon the footing of a Coasting Trade, the Exports to, and Imports from that Country, are necessarily omitted

in this Return. Inspector General's Office, Custom House, London,

WILLIAM IRVING. 24th March 1827.

Inspector General of Imports and Exports.

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