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An Account of the TOTAL INCOME of the REVENUE of Great BRITAIN and Allowances, Discounts, Drawbacks, and Bounties of the nature of Drawbacks;

Kingdom, exclusive of the Sums applied to the Re

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Excise....
Stamps
Taxos .....

Ordinary Rebenues.

£. d. £. Balances and Bills oulstanding on 5th January 1830

2,073,473 15 of (19,527,100 14 1 19,817,381 18 7

7,248,083 14 6

5,294,870 6 101 Post Office

2,212,206 5 61 One Shilling and Sixpenny Duty on Pensions and Salaries, and Four Shillings in the Poond on Pensions...........

52,351 16 101 Hackney Coaches, and Hawkers and Pedlars

67,925 19 9 Crown Lands

363,742 0 4 Small Branches of the King's Hereditary Revenue

7,260 27 Surplus Fees of Regulated Public Offices.....

44,684 39 Poundage Fees, 'Pells' Fees, Casualties, Treasury Fees, and Hospital Fees

9,096 91)

54,644,703 11 11 Mem.-- In the above Receipts are included the following Sams, paid into the Exchequer,

56,718,177 7 91 since the 26th June, as the Heredilary Re- Doduol Balances and Bills outstand. venue of the Crown; viz.

ing on 5th January 1831

1,952,508 7 5$ £. d. Customs 70,265 5 6

Total Ordinary Revenues .. 54,765,669 0 31 Excise....

60,602 7 Post Office 106,011 18 6

236,879 11 75

which Sum is appropriated on the other side of the Account, to Civil List Charges.

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Other Resources.
Money received from the East India Company, on account of

Retired Pay, Pensions, &c. of his Majesty's Forces serving in

the East Indies, per Act 4 Geo. 4, c.71 Surplus of his Majesty's Hereditary Revenue, Scotland, per Ach

4 Geo. 4, c. 41, s. 9
Surplus of the 45 per cent Duties.
Imprest Monies repaid by sandry Public Accountants, and other

Monies paid to the Public...
Amount of Savings on the 3rd Class of the Civil List ....
Money brought from the Civil List, on account of the Salary of

the Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports .

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Balances in tho hands of Receivers, &c. on 5th January 1830........
Ditto

on 5th January 1831.

2,073,473 15 9 1,952,508 7 51

Balanoos less in 1891 than in 1830....
Surplus Incomo paid into the Exchequor ovor Exponditure issued thereout

120,965 8 37 2,913,673 2 41

Actnal Excess of Income over Expenditure

2,792,707 14 of

Whiteball, Treasury Chambers, 24th Marob, 1831,

IRELAND, in the Year ended 5th January 1831, after deducting the Repayments, together with an Account of the PUBLIC EXPENDITURE of the United duction of the National Debt within the same period.

EXPENDITURE.

PAYMENTS OUT OF THE INCOME

£. $. d. in its progress to the Exchequer :

f. s. d. Charges of Collection....

3,713,944 0 3 Other Payments .....

1,161,730 1 68 Total Payments out of the Income, prior to the Payments into the Exchequer.. 4,875,674 1.97

FUNDED DEBT: Interest and Management of the Permanent Debt

25,466,557 7 114 Terminable Annuities....

2,859,269 14 9
Total Charge of the Funded Debt, exclusive of

£.5,307 28. 11d. the Interest on Dona-
tions and Bequests ,

|28,325,827 2 87

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s. d.

8. d. Pensions on the Consoli. daled Fond

370,018 2 33 95,267 197 465,286 1 104 Salaries and Allowances, do. 66,680 10 11 24,253 13 33 90,934 4 25 Courts of Justice, do. 145,724 0 71 133,507 4 100 279,231 5 6 Miscellaneous Charges, do... 225,942 12 8 53,282 3 5 279,224 16 1 Mint Establishment, do.

14,606 0 0 Bounties granted for the establishment of Hemp and Flax in Scotland, per 27 Geo. III. C. 13, s. 65

2,956 13 8

2,031,899 4 8 Army

6,991,163 7 41 Navy

5,309,605 17 5 Ordnance

1,613,908 0 0 Miscellaneous, chargeable upon annual Grants of Parliament 1,950,108 13 4

15,864,785 18 17 Money paid to the Bank of England, to supply deficiences in the Balance received for Unclaimed Dividends, per Act 56 Geo. 3, c. 97

127,399 16 10

52,018,617 5 94 Surplas of Incomo paid into Exchequer, over Expenditure issued thereout .. 2,913,673 2 41 An Account of the Nett PUBLIC INCOME of the United Kingdom of GREAT

54,932,290 8 27

T. SPRING RICK,

EXPENDITURE thereout, defrayed by the several Revenue Departments,

Sums applied to the Redemption of Funded, or for paying off Un

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Castoms

14,619,233 14 31 2,921,089 0 64 17,540,322 14 10 Excise

18,644,384 19 3

18,644,384 19 S Stamps

7,058,121 4 0

7,058,121 40 Taxes .............................................. 5,013,405 3 89

5,013,405 38 Post Office......................

1,466,011 18 6

1,466,011 18 6 One Shilling and Sixpence, and Four Shillings on Pensions and Salaries

51,226 14 14

51,226 14 14 Hackney Coaches, and Hawkers and Pedlars

58,088 0 0

58,088 0 0 Small Branches of the King's Hereditary Revenue ..............

4,653 11 2

4,653 11 2 Surplus Foes of regulated Public Offices ...... 44,684 39

44,684 39 Poundage Fees, Pells Fees, &c. in Ireland 9,096 9 13

9,096 9 11 Total Ordinary Rerenue............ 46,968,905 17 11 2,921,089 0 6949,889,994 18 5f

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BRITAIN and IRELAND, in the Year ended 5th January, 1831, after abating the and of the Actual Issues or Payments within the same period, exclusive of the funded Debt, and of the Advances and Repayments for Local Works, &c.

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Total Charge of the Funded Debt, exclusive of 5,3071. 2s. 11d. the Interest on Donations and Bequests

28,325,827 2 81

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31,150,757 9 04 Army

6,991,1637 41 Navy

5,309,605 17 5 Ordnance..

1,613,908 0 0 Miscellaneous, chargeable upon Annual Grants of Parliament. 1,950,108 13 4

15,864,785 18 13 Money paid to the Bank of England to supply Deficiencies in the Balance reserved for unclaimed Dividends, per Act 56 Geo. 3, c. 97

127,399 16 10

Surplus of Income or Revenue ovor Expendituro

47,142,943 3 111 2,913,673

150,056,616 6 43

An Account of the BALANCES of PUBLIC MONEY remaining in the EXCHEQUER or UNFUNDED Debt, in the Year ended 5th January, 1831; the Money apthe Total Amount of Advances and Repayments on account

and the Balances in the Ex

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