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PAYMENTS FOR OTHER SERVICES,

Not being part of the Supplies granted for the Service of the Year.

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TOTAL Sums voted, and Payments for Services not voted ......... 43,438,962 3 25

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WAYS AND MEANS

for answering the foregoing Services:

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Daly on Sugar, per Act 1 Will. 4, c. 50
East India Company, per Act 11 Geo. 4, c. 4
Sum to be brought from the Consolidated Pupd, per Act 11 Geo. 4, c. 2

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Interest on Land-lax redeemed by Slock or Money
Repayments by tủe Commissioners for issuing Exchequer Bills for carrying on Pablic

Wurks and Fisheries in the United Kingdom ..........................................

253,221 3 11

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CLASS VII.-ARREARS AND BALANCES.

[This Class, which occupies 85 folio pages in the Finance Accounts, is here omitted, as not being of

general utility.]

CLASS VIII.-TRADE OF THE UNITED KINGDOM.

An Account of the VALUE of IMPORTS into, and of EXPORTS from the

United Kingdom of Great Britain and IRELAND:-Also, the Amount of the Produce and Manufactures of the United Kingdom Exported therefrom, according to the Real or Declared Value thereof.

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45,028,805 10 152,797,455 2 1 9,946,545 12 3 62,744,000 14 4 36,814,176 5 3

1829....

1830.... 43,981,317 1 11 56,213,011 15 810,622,402 12 466,835,444 8 035,830,469 14 %

1831.... 46,245,241 6 661,140,864 15 10 8,550,437 15 969,691,302 11

7 38,251,502 103

Note.-The British and Irish Records of Commerce having been incorporated together, under an arrangement which took effect at the commencement of 1830, the separato Accounts of the Trade of Great Britain and Ireland, which in former years were appended to this Statement, have necessarily been discon. tinued.

Inspeel House,

WILLIAM IRVING,
Inspector General of Imports and Exports.

London, 24th Maroh, 1831.

NAVIGATION OF THE UNITED KINGDOM.

New Vessels BUILT.-An Account of the Number of VESSELS, with the Amount

of their Tonnage, that were built and registered in the several Ports of the British Empire, in the Years ending the 5th January, 1829, 1830, and 1831, respectively.

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Note.-The Account delivered last year (for the year ending 5th January 1830), is now corrected; and as several Returns from the Plantations for the year ending 5th January 1831 are not yet received, a similar correction will be necessary when the next Account is made up.

Vessels RegisTERED.-An Account of the Number of Vessels, with the Amount

of their TONNAGE and the Number of Men and Boys usually employed in Navigating the same, that belonged to the several Ports of the British EMPIRE, on the 31st December 1828, 1829, and 1830, respectively.

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United Kingdom 19,151 2,161,373 131,306 18,618 2,168,356 130,809 18,675 2,168,916 130,000
Isles Guernsey, Jer.
sey, and Man

4951 31,927 3,763 492 31,603 3,707 499 32,676 3,649

British Plantations.. 4,449) 324,891

20,507 4,343 317,041

20,292 4,547 330,227

21,163

TOTAL ....... 24,095 2,518,191 155,576 23,453 2,517,000 154,808 23,721 2,531,819 154,812

570 23,453/2,517,000

21|2,531

Ofico of Reconocen

, zoend maior; Testom House,

JOHN COVEY,

NAVIGATION OF THE UNITED KINGDOM-continued.

VESSELS EMPLOYED in the Foreign Trade.-An Account of the Number of

Vessels, with the Amount of their Tonnage, and the Number of Men and Boys employed in Navigating the same (including their repeated Voyages), that entered Inwards and cleared Outwards, at the several Ports of the United Kingdom, from and to Foreign Parts, during each of the Three Years ending 5th January, 1831.

SHIPPING ENTERED INWARDS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM

From Foreign Parls.

Ycars

BRITISH AND IRISH VESSELS.

FOREIGN VESSELS.

TOTAL.

ending

SA Jan.

Vessels.

Tons.

Men.

Vessels.

Tons.

Men,

Vessels.

Tons.

Men.

1829 13,436 2,094,357 119,141

4,955

634,620

36,733

18,391

2,728,977 155,874

1830 13,659 2,184,535 122,185

5,218

710,303

39,342

18,877 | 2,894,838 | 161,527

1831 13,548 2,180,042 122,103

5,359

758,828

41,670

18,907 | 2,938,870 163,773

SHIPPING CLEARED OUTWARDS FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM

To Foreign Parts.

BRITISH AND IRISH VESSELS.

FOREIGN VESSELS.

TOTAL

Vessels.

Tons.

Men.

Vessels.

Tons.

Men.

Vessels.

Tons.

Men.

1829 12,248 2,006,397 119,143

4,405

608,118

33,246

16,653 2,614,515 | 152,389

1830

12,636 2,063,179 119,262

5,094

730,250

38,527 | 17,730 2,793,429 157,789

1831 12,747 | 2,102,147 122,025

5,158

758,368

39,769

17,905 2,860,515 161,794

Office of Regr. Gen. of Shipping, Custom House,

London, 22nd March, 1831.

JOHN COVEY.

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