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NAVIGATION OF IRELAND.

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 IRELAND in the Years ending 5th January, 1829, 1830, and 1831, respectively.

Year ending 5th January 1829..................................

On the 31st December 1828

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Office of Regr. Gen. of Shipping, Custom House,
London, 22nd March, 1831.

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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 IRELAND, on the 31st December, 1828, 1829, and 1830, respectively.

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Tonnage.

2,005

1,313

2,564

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99,449 7,778

1,405
1,413 101,994 7,765

1,424

101,820 7,794

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JOHN COVEY.

Years

VESSELS EMPLOYED IN THE FOREIGN TRADE.-An Account of the Number of VESployed in Navigating the same, (including their repeated Voyages,) that entered to all Parts of the World, during each of the Three Years ending 5th January, cleared Outwards, during the same Period,

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NAVIGATION OF GREAT BRITAIN.

SHIPPING ENTERED INWARDS IN GREAT BRITAIN

From all Parts of the World.

Vessels.

Tons.

1829 23,356 3,005,819 181,723 4,771

Men.

Vessels.

3,096,759 186,719 5,028

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1829 24,071 3,077,960 186,606 4,255

FOREIGN VESSELS.

1830 25,543 3,240,205 192,364 4,942

Tons.

1831 25,338 3,234,707 194,862 5,021

604,097 34,958

682,048

23,086 3,088,498 188,538 5,212 736,297 40,262 28,298 3,824,795 228,800

Men.

SHIPPING CLEARED outwards from GREAT BRITAIN,

To all Parts of the World.

Tons.

736,207

Vessels.

Men.

581,663 $1,697

706,089 37,103

37,639 28,564 3,778,807 224,358

TOTAL.

Tons.

28,127 3,609,916 | 216,681

Vessels.

30,485

Men.

Tons.

28,326 3,659,623 | 218,303

Men.

3,946,294 229,467

Office of Regri Gen. of Shipping, Custom House,

London, 22nd of March, 1831.

38,486 30,359 3,970,914 233,348

Years

ending

BELS, with the Amount of their TONNAGE, and the Number of MEN and Boys em◄ Inwards and cleared Outwards at the several Ports of GREAT BRITAIN, from and 1831-Also, showing the Number and Tonnage of Shipping entered Inwards and exclusive of the Intercourse with Ireland.

5th Jan.

Vessels.

BRITISH AND IRISH VESSELS.

1829 12,587

NAVIGATION OF GREAT BRITAIN-continued.

1830 12,756

Vessels.

SHIPPING ENTERED INWARDS IN GREAT BRITAIN

From all Parts (except Ireland.)

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Tons.

2,033,853 113,849 5,028 682,048 37,639 17,784

Men.

JOHN COVEY.

FOREIGN VESSELS.

Vessels.

1829 11,732 1,910,680 113,863 4,255

Tons.

1,955,548 111,307 4,771 604,097 34,958 17,358 2,559,645 | 146,265

1830 12,065 1,954,037 113,387 4,942

1831 12,194 1,989,060 115,900 5,021

Men.

1831 12,727 2,036,091 114,201 5,212 736,297 40,262 17,939 2,772,388 154,463

SHIPPING CLEARED OUTWARDS FROM GREAT BRITAIN ·
To all Parts (except Ireland.)

Vessels.

Tons.

TOTAL.

Men.

Tons.

Vessels.

Men.

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581,663 31,697 15,987 2,492,343 145,560

706,089 37,103 17,007 2,660,126 150,490

736,207 38,486 17,215 2,725,267 154,386

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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 IRELAND, from and to all Parts of the World, during each of the Three Years ending 5th January 1831.

Vessels.

BRITISH AND IRISH VESSELS.

Vessels.

1829 9,306 1830 9,493 9,008

1831

Vessels.

1829

849 1830 903 1831 821

Vessels.

Tons.

184

1829 13,107 1,278,050 75,848
1830 14,781 1,442,722 86,045 190
1831 14,160
1,385,452 85,544 147

NAVIGATION OF IRELAND.

Tons.

SHIPPING ENTERED INWARDS IN IRELAND,
From all Parts of the World.

Tons.

138,809
150,681
143,951

Men.

1,019,222 62,418
1,015,300 63,872
994,052 66,854

Tons.

Men.

Vessels.

SHIPPING CLEARED OUTWARDS FROM IRELAND,
To all Parts of the World.

Men.

Vessels.

Vessels.

7,834 184
190
147

8,336

7,902

Men.

FOREIGN VESSELS.

Tons.

30,523

28,255
22,531

Vessels.

1829 516 1830 571

95,717 5,280 150 109,142 5,875 152 1831 553 113,087 6,125 137

Tons.

Men.

SHIPPING ENTERED INWARDS IN IRELAND,
From all Parts (except Great Britain.)

Tons.

Men.

Tons.

Vessels.

1,775 13,291
1,703 14,971

1,308,573 77,623 1,470,977 87,748 1,408 14,307 1,407,983 86,952

150 26,455 1,549 9,456 1,045,677 63,967
152 24,161 1,424 9,645 1,039,461 65,296
137
22,161 1,283 9,145 1,016,213 63,137

Men.

30,523

1,775

28,255

1,703

22,531 1,408

Vessels.

Men.

Vessels.

TOTAL

1,033

1,093

968

SHIPPING CLEARED OUTWARDS FROM IRELAND,
To all Parts (except Great Britain.)

Tons.

Vessels.

26,455 1,549 666
24,161 1,424 723
22,161 1,283 690

Tons.

Tons.

169,332

178,936
166,482

Mea

Tons.

Men.

Men.

9,609 10.039 9,310

(End of Annual Finance Accounts, from 5th Jan. 1830 to 5th Jan. 1831.)

Men.

122,172 6,829 133,303 7,299 135,248 7,408

FINANCE BALANCE SHEETS

FOR EIGHT YEARS, 1824 To 1831.

AN ACCOUNT of the NET PUBLIC INCOME of the United Kingdom. of Great Britain and Ireland, in each of the Years ended 5th January 1824, 1825, 1826, 1827, 1828, 1829, 1830, and 1831, after abating the Expenditure thereout, defrayed by the several Revenue Departments.

And of the ACTUAL ISSUES or PAYMENTS within the same Periods, exclusive of the Sums applied to the Redemption of Funded Debt, or for paying off Unfunded Debt.

(Being No. II. Class II. of the Annual Finance Accounts in Hansard's Parliamentary Debates during the above Periods.)

ORDERED, BY THE HOUSE OF COMMONS,
TO BE RE-PRINTED, 9TH FEBRUARY 1831:

RE-arranged, in order to present, at one view, every Year's Total under each respective head of Account and General Total,

VOL. VIII. {T}-Appendix.

(c)

By T. C. HANSARD,
Paternoster Row,
May 9, 1832.

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