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EXCHEQUER BILLS.

March 17.
Yor discharging exchequer bills made out under

45 G. 3. c. 119
Ditto, made out 45 G. 3. c. 118..
Ditto, made out 45 G. 3. c. 120

L. 2,500,000 0 0 8,000,000 00 1,500,000 00

March 27.
Ditto, made out 39 and 40 G. 3. c. 28...
For discharging certain exchequer bills issued for the

service of 1805

3,000,000 OO

4,500,000 0 0

L. 19,500,000 0 0

VOTES OF CREDIT.

July 8.
Issued pursuant to addresses of the commons
Issued further pursuant to address of the commons
Irish currency, issued pursuant to addresses of the

commons

49,465 15 8 4,715 11 51

3,250 00

L. 57,431 713

DISCELLANEOUS SERVICES.

March 27.
Ror the civil establishment of Upper Canada, for 1806
For ditto of Nova-Scotia, &c.
For ditto of New Brunswick
For ditto of St. John in America
For ditto of Cape Breton
For ditto of Newfoundland
For ditto of the Bahama islands
ror ditto of the Bermudas
For ditto of New South Wales
For the civil establishments at Sierra Leone
For forts, &c. in Africa

8,250 00 7,165 00 4,650 00 3,100 00 2,040 00 2,565 0 0 4,400 0.0 1,030 00 12,819 9 41 18,000 00 18,000 00

695,076 15 9

Dlarch 25.
For discharging 5 per cent, annuities under 2 lists of

37 and 42 Geo, 3.
To discharge annuities granted to the late duke

of Gloucester For the navigation between laverness and Fort William

2,381 17 6 51,250 14 0

For 10,250 14 0

1,934 4 5 48,329 0 10,000 0

29,300 00

20,000 0 0

143,849 17 0 12,000 00

5,210 0 0

3,400 0 0 1,000,000 0 0 30,000 0

1,420 0 0 20,161 7 1 28,323 18 6 23,350 10 10

8,565 18 3

2,698 13 0

For roads and bridges in Scotland, for 1806
For the usher of the court of exchequer
For convicts at home
For reprinting journals, &c. of the house of commons
For printing and stationary for the two houses of

parliament
For printing votes, bills, reports, and other papers of

the commons, during the present session... For the French, Toulonese and Corsican emigrants,

and American loyalists
For the public office in Bow-Street
For salaries and allowances to officers of the houses of

1ords and of commons
For the British Museum
For discharging the interest of exchequer bilis
For bills drawn from New South Wales
For superintendance of aliens
For the royal military college
For ditto in the barrack department to Dec. 24 1805
For the royal military asylum
For additional allowances to clerks in the auditor's

office to Jan. 5. 1806.
To lord Walsingham,as chairman of the committees of

the house of lords To T. Brodie, esq. for making an index to the thirty

two volumes of the “ Lord's Journals” To Dr. Clarke,for his attendance relating to the act for

the residence of the clergy To the Thames police office for the plan for the secui

rity of the shipping To J. Clementson esq. for rent of a house, due at Mid

summer, 1805 .. For a house in Downing-Street, for an office for the

secretary of state
For attendance on the committee relating to sir

Home Popham
To J. Vernon esq. for the purchase of premises for the

new mint
To sir R. Ford, for a plan for a horse-patrole round the

metropolis. For British subjects detained in France For accommodation of the additional commissioners of

public accounts For carrying on the building of the new mint To E. Stracey, esq. as counsel to the chairman of the

house of lords, for session 1804-5 To pay bills on account of New South Wales, for 1806 For deficiency of expence of the public office in Bow.

Street, in 1805

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To J. White, esq. for charges of prosecution and

defence of law-suits ..
For establishing a settlement in New Ilolland
For erecting buildings at Bethlem hospital
To earl Nelson ...
To be employed in the purchase of a house and estate

to accompany the title of earl Velson
For the use of the two sisters of viscount Nelson ...

5,000 0 0

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90,000 0 0 20,000 00

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May 22. For the funeral of viscount Nelson

14,698 116 For the funeral of Mr. Pitt

6,015 26 For secret services for 1806

175,000 0 0 For building a new mint

50,000 0 0 For deficiency of grant for prosecutions relating to coin,

in 1801-5... For extraordinary expences of prosecutions relating to

1,270 17 9 coin, in 1806

2,500 0 0 For contingencies of the three secretaries of state, do. 12,400 0 0 For extra charge for messengers to the three secretaries of state

9,000 0 0 For ministers of the Vaudois churches, for 1806

1,828 5 4 To sheriffs,for conviction of felons For law charges

11,600 0 0 For Protestant dissenting ministers and French refugees

20,000 0 0 For the board of agriculture

10,336 30

3,000 0 0 For the seamen who served in the battle of Trafalgar 300,000 0 0 As a compensation to Messrs. Chalmers and Cowie for loss sustained by cargoes of Swedish herrings

25,000 0 June 30. For buildings in Palace Yard, Westminster ..

51,184 14 0 For work done at the two houses of parliament, and at the speaker's ..

12,600 0

0 To the trustees of the British museum

7,500 0 0 For fees on passing public accounts For salaries to the additional commissioners for public

3,000 0a accounts and their officers, to April 5, 1806 ...

5,243 3 For additional allowances to clerks in the office for public accounts, to April 5, 1806 ...

2,718 14 9 To H. C. Litchfield, esq. for prosecution and defence of law-suits

3,000 0 0 For the carrrying on the building of the dew mint 10,000 0.0 To the Thames police office

324 16 0 Treasurer's Remembrancer for preserving the records

40 17 0 For publishing the weekly returns of the average price For carrying on the impeachment against viscount

Melville To the East India company, for the public service ... 1,000,000 0 0

of sugar

434 17 0

4,000 0 0

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For compensation for lands taken at Warley Common

d. and Woolwich, for the ordnance

55,507 18 8 For paying off 5 per cent. annuitics, under 37 and 42 G.IN.

236,179 18 0 For the establishment of a horse patrole on the public roads, to July 5, 1800 ...

3,107 5 6 For printing by order of the commissioners of public records ....

3,596 5 10 For printing under the act for procuring returns of the poor

393 101 To the royal college of Surgeons, for a building for the reception of Mr. Hunter's collection

15,000 0 0 To the cominissioners of naval inquiry

26,500 0 For allowance to the commissioners of military inquiry 10,5000 0 To the veterinary college, for 1806

1,500 0 0 For deficiency of grant for printing and stationary for the houses of parliament, for 1805

2,380 2 5 For the military roads in Scotland

4,994 1 8 For deficiency of grants for Great Britain, in 1805,. 5,707,589 10 3

IRELAND,

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April 3.
To S. Morc, esq. for preparing public acconnts of Ire.

land, to be laid before parliament
To J. Smart, esq. for ditto
To P. Le Bas, esq. for keeping corn bounties accounts
To R. Marshall, esq. for preparing accounts of imports

and exports of Ireland, for parliament
ToʻR. Wetherall, esq. for preparing accounts for

parliament
To G. Hatton, esq. for ditto
To S. Hood, esq. for ditto
To H. Haflield, esq. for ditto
For civil building in Ireland, for 1806
For printing and binding acts of 46 G. 3.
For proclamations and advertisements for 1806 ...,
For printing, stationary, &c. for the chief and under

secretaries offices, &c. in Ireland
For criminal prosecutions, and other law expences in

Ireland, for 1806 ....
For apprehending public offenders in Ireland, for 1806
For completing the sum for support of the non-con.

forming ministers of Ireland, 1806
For support of ditto ...
For expence of practique in the port of Dublin
Tor expenditure at gold mine in the county of Wicklow

200 0 0 200 0 0 130 0 0

200 0 0 25,000 0 0

1,200 0 0 10,500 00

21,880 0 0

25,000 0 0 2,500.00

254 18 9,429 18 0 1,047 10

2 610 6 11

For battlc-axe guards .......
For incidents of the treasury of Ireland .......
To the trustees of the linen and hempen manufactures
For raising hemp and flax ..............
For the hempen and faxei manufactures in Leinster, &c.
For the growth of flax ..
For promoting the said manufactures.
For building and re-building churches, &c. .........
For a hall of the royal college of surgcons in Ireland'..
To the Dublin society for promoting husbandry, &c. .
For the farming society of Ireland.
For paying the streets, &c. of Dublin ...!
To the commissioners for widening the strects in Dublin
For promoting the English protestant schools in Ireland
For the Foundling Hospital in Dublin .......
For the Hibernian marine society in Dublin .......
For re-building St. Andrew's church, in Dublin
For the Hibernian school for soldier's children ......
For the female orphan house near Dublin .........
To the association for discountenancing vice, &c. ...
For supporting the Lock Hospital, in Dublin ......
For the house of industry, and penitentiary in Dublin
For maintaining eighty patients in the House of Reco-

very, &e. ........
For the Lying-in hospital in Dublin ..
For the office of commissioner of charitable donations

and bequests .... For the Roman Catholic seminary in Ireland ...... For Madam Steevens hospital ....

740 0 0 2,000 0 21,600 0 0 2,000 2,000 0 7,250 0 0 10.350 00 5,000 4,500 0 0 10,000 0 0

3,000 0 0 10,000 0 0

4,500 0 0 22,621 6 1 22,500 0 0 1,558 15 0 2,700 0 0 8,210 10 10 1,081 22 1,391 26

8,988 0 0 22,862 17 10

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.6,567,556 17 77 RECAPITÚLATION. Navy .........

18,864,341 15 3 Army'........

..., 18,507,518 18 5 Ordoance ......

4,328,144 124 Exchequer Bills

19,500,000 0 0 Votes of credit

57,431 7 11 Bliscellaneous services --

6,567,556 17 73

3.67,824,993 10 94

*** The Editor, not being able to procure the public papers on this head in time, has stated the supplies as collected by himself from the mass of papers in the Votes of the house of commons. The Ways and Means he has dcferred until the end of this volume, or the yolume for the next year, as it was found impossible to collect them in the same inanner. The new taxes will be found in the following table of acts.

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