§ At the end of each year, there are certain sums remaining in the hands of the Collectors and of the Receivers General, which have arisen from the revenues of the year: there are, also, bills, arising from the revenues of die preceding year, which have been transmitted to the Receivers General, but which, as they did not become due in that year, were brought to the account of the subsequent year. These two items constitute what are called the balances, and, together with the gross receipt of thy revenues of the year, form the whole amount of revenue to be expended or otherwise accounted for, within the year. The balances which remained on the 5th Jan. 1803, and which form part of that amount for the year ending on the 5th Jan. 1804, were £271,946. 16. 2¼ in the hands of Collectors; £669,165. 18. 0. in the bands of the Receivers General; and £450,839. 3. 2¼. in bills arising from the revenues of the year 1802, but not due until after the 5th of Jan. 1803
§ The gross receipt is the whole amount of the sums which have been collected, under each branch of the revenue, during the year. That received during the year ending on the 5th of Jan. 1804, amounts to £54,710,895. 8. 0. (see second column) and was collected at the average rate of £4, 11. 9. per centum.
§ From the joint produce of the balances remaining on the 5th Jan. 1803, and the gross receipts from that time to the 5th Jan. 1804 £3,322,028. 0. 0¼ were paid for re-payments, discounts, drawbacks and bounties of the nature of drawbacks, for the difference of exchange between Edinburgh and London, for allowances to the Universities for Almanacks, and for paper and parchment to stamp; £17,077. 3. 7. for the packet establishment, with the allowance to Ireland in lieu of packet postage, and for Irish postage received in Great Britain; and £1,955,368. 2. 11. for the charges of management.
§ These sums, deducted from the amount of the balances and gross receipt, leave a net produce of £50,808,373. 18. 10¼. (see third column) to be applied to national objects and to payments in the Exchequer. The average rate at which this sum was collected was £5. 4. 10. per centum.1106
§ From this net produce, £204,671. 10. 10¾ were paid on account of militia and deserters' warrants, provisional cavalry, and the defence of the realm, and other objects connected there with; £305,379. 19. 2¼ for bounties for promoting fisheries, linen manufactures, ? £36,909. 18. 1¼. for pensions out of the hereditary revenue, and perpetual pensions and stipends charged on the land revenue; 16,670. 4. 10½. towards improving his Majesty's woods and forests; £137,165. 9. 3. by virtue of warrants from the Barons of the Exchequer in Scotland, towards the support of the civil government of that part of the kingdom; and £64,712. 15. 11. for monies impressed in the hands of different persons, and advanced on account of the redemption of the land-tax. £48,707,131. 3. 11½. were, also, paid into the Exchequer. (See fourth column.)
§ All that remains after these expenditures should be paid into the Exchequer, but it generally happens that some portion of the revenues remains in the hands of Collectors, and Receivers, and some in bills which become due at a future period. The balances remaining on the 5th Jan. 1804, were £305,149. 17. 11½. in the hands of Collectors; £618,300. 7. 1. in the hands of Receivers General; and £412,282. 11. 7½. in bills not due; the whole of which will be carried into the account of the revenues for the year ending on the 5th of Jan. 1805.
§ This general abstract is compiled from accounts presented to the Treasury from the Inspector General of Imports and Imports, Accomptant General of the Excise-Office, Excise-Office of Edinburgh, the Comptroller of Stamps, Office for Taxes, Accountant General of the Post Office, Receivers of the duties on pensions for England and Scotland, Receivers General of the land-tax, Receiver General of his Majesty's household, Hackney Coach Office, Office for licensing hawkers and pedlars, Receiver General of the Alienation Office, Green Wax Office, Auditors of the land revenue for England and Wales, Surveyor General of the Land Office, Exchequer, and the Treasury Chambers.
§ N. B.—The reader will keep in view, that all these Annual Accounts of the Treasury are made up to the 5th of Jan.—For the Account of the Income of last year (that is to say, the year 1802, or the year ended 5th Jan. 1803.) see the POLITICAL REGISTER, Vol. IV. p. 1471 and 1473.1107
§ An Account of the Net Produce of the PERMANENT TAXES in Great-Britain,
|In the Quarters ended|
|5th April 1802;||5th July, 1802;||10th Oct. 1802;||5th Jan. 1803;|
|Duties imposed prior to 1803||4,314,001||15||5¾||6,140,988||14||10||6,357,268||6||10||6,516,329||0||11¾|
|Duties imposed in 1803.|
|Brought from Consolidated Customs per Act 43 Geo. 111. cap. 68.|
|Surplus of Duty on Receipts, Ao. 1803, after receiving as above|
|Duty on Sugar||Ann. granted||431,019||3||1½||445,998||3||0||1,262,365||16||3¼||777,625||8||0¾|
|Duty on Malt||55,826||0||0||135,670||0||0||388,610||0||0||262,724||6||2¾|
|Duty on Tobacco||109,509||0||0||105,722||0||0||122,924||0||0||104,767||0||0|
|War Taxes imposed in 1803.|
|Goods and Shipping|
§ An Account of the Number and Nature of his Majesty's SHITS and VESSELS in COMBoats, armed for she Public Service, at the under-mentioned Periods.—Present-
|Ships of the Line.||4th Rates.||Frigates.|
|Periods.||1st Rates.||2d Rates.||3d Rates.||Stationary, but in Readiness to get under weigh when required.||Stationary, but in Readiness to get under weigh when required.||Rates.|
|100 Guns.||98 Guns.||80 Guns.||74 Guns.||64 Guns.||64 Guns.||Total.||50 Guns.||Total.||5th||6th||Total.||Sloops.||Bombs.||Fire Ships.||Gun Brigs.||Gun Boats.||Dock Yard and Victualling Lighters, Long Boats, Launches, and Flat-Bottomed Boats.||Boats armed with Guns at different Ports on the Coast of England, between Pool and at Frith of Forth.|
|31ft December 1793||5||10||1||49||18||0||83||7||0||7||69||30||99||42||2||5||0||0||0||0|
|31ft December 1794||5||13||1||52||18||0||89||9||0||9||84||29||113||48||1||3||13||14||0||0|
|31ft December 1795||6||15||5||53||23||0||102||18||0||18||99||34||133||6||2||3||14||14||0||0|
|31ft December 1796||6||14||5||55||28||0||108||14||0||14||106||39||145||85||2||3||14||46||0||0|
|31ft December 1797||4||14||4||55||28||0||105||15||0||15||107||30||137||87||9||2||55||47||0||0|
|31ft December 1798||4||13||5||56||23||0||102||13||0||13||103||32||135||99||14||8||56||54||0||0|
|31ft December 1799||4||13||4||56||23||0||99||12||0||12||111||25||136||103||14||8||56||48||0||0|
|31ft December 1800||4||13||5||51||20||0||93||12||0||12||112||29||141||103||12||4||56||36||0||0|
|30th Septem. 1801||4||15||6||62||25||0||112||11||0||11||114||33||147||112||13||8||75||30||0||0|
|31ft December 1802||0||1||1||28||4||0||34||9||0||9||64||11||75||59||0||0||32||0||0||0|
|31ft December 1803||5||8||3||49||11||4||30||10||0||10||82||17||99||86||15||2||37||6||373||562|
|15th March 1804||5||0||2||51||15||4||86||10||2||12||81||19||100||88||18||2||36||6||373||624|
|In the Year ended||In the Quarters ended||In the Year ended|
|5th Jan 1803.||15th April, 1803;||5th July, 1803;||10th Oct. 1803;||5th Jan. 1804.||5th Jan. 1804.|
§ MISSION, and of Hired Armed Ships and Vessels, and of all other Ships, Vessels, and ed to the House of Commons.—Dated at the Admiralty Office, April, 1804.
|Troop Ships.||Receiving Ships.||Hired.|
|Boats armed with Guns at different Ports on the Coast of Ireland.||Guard Ships.||Floating Batteries.||Fire Vessels.||3||4||5||6||Total.||Store Ships.||Cutters and Schooners.||1||2||3||5||6||Total.||Hospital and convalescent Ships.||Prison Ships.||Slop Ships.||Armed Tenders.||Yachts.||Armed Vessels.||Armed Sloops.||Armed Ships.||Gun Barges.||Gun Vessels for the Service of Ireland.||Armed Cutters.||Armed Ships hired by the East-India Company, for the Service of Government.||Grand Total of Ships and Vessels of every Description.|
|* Here is a mistake in the addition of 222, the Amount being 1,652.|
§ Account of the CONSOLIDATED FUND of Great Britain, for the Year ended 5th January, 1804.
|INCOME.||CHARGE.||Actual Paymen out of C. Fund in the year ended 5th Jan. 1804.||Future Ann. Charge upon the C. Fund, as it stood on the th. Jan. 1804.|
|Net Produce of the Custom Duties||£.||3,715,619||9||7¼||Charge oil account of the Public Debt||£.||25,079,791||13||1¼||24,381,762||5||6|
|Excise||14,297,313||0||0||CIVIL LIST.—His Majesty's Household||893,000||0||0||898,000||0||0|
|Incidents||5,096,422||16||9||Courts of Justice.—The Judges of England and Wales, in Augmentation of their Salaries||18,014||5||0½||Uncertain.|
|Surplus of Sugar, Malt, and Tobacco, annually granted||2,205,986||13||3¼||A. Graham, Esq. Inspector of the temporary Places of Confinement of Felons, previous to Transportation, by Act 42 Geo. III cap. 28||350||0||0|
|Land Tax and Pension Tax brought from the years 1799, 1800, 1801, 1802, and 1803||1,307,941||19||11½|
|Arrears of Income Duty for 1799, 1800, 1801||357,470||14||3¼||P. Colquhoun, Esq. Rec. of the Thames Police Office||7,325||19||6|
|Money reserved on Acc. of Nominees, in Tontine, 1789||24,282||13||5¾||W. Baldwin, Esq. Rec. of the 7 Pub. Offices of Police||15,628||2||6|
|Arrears of||Goods and Shipping, 1798||248,858||12||11¾||H. Moreton Dyer, Esq. C. Justice of Ad. Court in the Island of Bahama||473||8||1||2,000||0||0|
|Additional Assessed Taxes, 1798||21,450||1||0¼|
|Land Taxes, prior to 1798||10,434||9||1¼||John Bedford, Esq. C. Justice of Ad. Court in the Island of Barbadoes||473||8||1||2,000||0||0|
|Malt Duties||4,809||17||1||Henry Holland, Esq. C. Justice of Ad. Court in the Island of Jamaica||473||8||1||2,000||0||0|
|Voluntary Contributions||3,500||0||0||The Sheriffs of England and Wales||4,000||0||0||4,000||0||0|
|Keeper of the Hanaper of Chancery||3,000||0||0||3,000||0||0|
|Monies paid into the Treasury by divers Persons, being small Balances due to the Public||209,455||4||11||THE MINT.—To the Masters of the Mint in Eng. and Scotland||11,550||0||0||15,000||0||0|
|Receiver of Fees of the Mint||2,308||0||0||Uncertain.|
|Salaries and Allowances||93,544||13||6||17,950||0||0|
|the rest uncertain.|
|Money paid by Messrs. Puget and Bainbridge, for Interest, Management, and £. 1 per Cent. on Loans raised in Great Britain for the Service of Ireland, Annis 1797, 1798, 1799, 1800, 1801, and 1802||913,394||4||9||Parliamentary Pensions||287,645||9||4||285,866||13||4|
|Bounties for the Growth of Hemp and Flax in Scotland.||2,956||13||8||2,956||13||8|
|Total Income of Consolidated Fund, applicable towards paying the Charge existing at 5th January, 1803||31,653,635||2||0¼||Total Charge created prior to the 5th Jan. 1803, as the same stood as 5th Jan 1804||26,425,835||3||0¾||25,614,535||12||6|
|14,436||17||8||Debt incurred in respect of £.12,000,000, raised for the Service of the Year, 1803:|
|Reserved out of Consol. Customs, per Act 43 Geo. III. Cap. 68. from 5th July, 1803, at £62,500 per Quarter.||125,000||0||0|
|Surplus of Duties on Assessed Taxes, per Act 43 Geo. III. Cap. 161. to commence from 5th April, 1804||Annuities on £.9,600,000 at £. 3 per Cent. added to £. per Cent. Consolidated Annuities; with Charges of Management||144,000||0||0||292,000||0||0|
|Annuities on £.9,600,000 at £.3 per Cent. added to £.3 per Cent. Reduced Annuities, with Charges of Management||28,938||0||0||292,320||0||0|
|Money paid by Messrs. Puget and Bainbridge, for Interest, Management, and £.1 per Cent. on Loan of £.2,000,000 (Part of £.12,000,000)raised by Act 43 Geo. III. Cap. 67. for the Service of Ireland||69,889||15||7||Annuities for 56¾ at 6s. 5d. per Cent. added to Long Consolidated Bank Annuities, with Charges of Management||3,877||5||5||38,933||2||6|
|Total Income in Year ending 5th Jan. 1804||£.||31,862,961||15||3¼||Annuities at £. per Cent. on the above Sums, payable to the Commis. for the Reduction of the National Debt||97,882||12||9½||195,765||5||7|
|N.B. For this Account of last Year, see Pol. Register, Vol. IV. P. 1475.||Total of the actual Payments out of, and future Charge upon, the Consolidated Fund, for the Year ended 5th January, 1804||£.||26,700,533||1||3¼||26,433,874||0||7|
§ An Account of the Sums paid into, and the Charges upon, the CONSOLIDATED FUND, between the 5th January 1803 and the 5th January 1804; distinguishing each Quarter.
|In the Quarters ended||In the Year ended 5th January 1804.|
|5th April 1803.||5th July 1803.||10th Oct. 1803.||5th Jan. 1804.|
|Arrears of Sugar, Malt, and Tobacco||769,547||6||2¼||353,026||1||7½||586,902||0||0||496,511||5||5¾||2,205,986||13||3½|
|Income Duties, 1799, 1800, and 1801||149,437||18||10½||94,690||13||10¾||69,369||6||3||43,972||15||3||357,470||14||3¼|
|Arrears of||Add. Ass. Taxes||11,682||12||8½||1,817||14||6¼||7,949||13||9½||21,450||1||0¼|
|Goods and Ship. 1798||1,842||18||7½||247,015||14||4¼||248,858||12||11¾|
|Land Taxes on Pensions and Personal Estates||28,367||13||6¼||40,073||19||11¼||23,984||4||2||25,341||3||5¾||117,767||1||1¼|
|Money paid on Account of the Gov. of Ireland||168,465||0||10||288,248||5||10||204,205||11||7||322,355||2||1||983,274||0||4|
|Money reserved for Treasury Nominees in Tontine Anno 1789||12,187||6||7||12,095||6||10¾||24,282||13||5¾|
|Canal and Dock Duties||1,421||7||7||1,421||7||7|
|Arrears of Land ant Malt Taxes, prior to the Year 1798||186||14||9||2,456||8||2¼||12,601||0||3||15,244||6||2¼|
|In the Quarters ended||In the Year ended 5th January 1804.|
|5th April 1803.||5th July 1803.||10th Oct. 1803.||5th Jan. 1804.|
|Annual Charge for Interest, &c. of Public Debt, created prior to 5th January 1803||5,444,675||1||9½||7,212,580||17||8¾||5,225,795||2||6||7,196,740||11||11||25,079,791||13||1¼|
|Annual Charge for Interest, &c. of Public Debt, created prior to 5th January in 1803||81,756||11||9¾||192,941||6||4¾||274,697||18||2½|
|Pensions, Salaries, and Allowances||78,790||7||4||80,388||9||4||93,674||7||7||80,636||16||4||333,490||0||7|
|Total Income ending 5th January, 1804||31,862,961||15||3¼|
|Deduct Total Charge||26,700,533||1||3¼|
|SURPLUS of Consolidated Fund in the Year 1803, that is the Year ended on the 5th January 1804||5,162,428||14||0|
§ An Account of the Quantity in Yards and Official Value (in Irish Currency) of LINEN Exported from IRELAND in the Years 1800, 1801, 1802, and 1803; specifying the Places to which the same were Exported; and distinguishing the Quantity and Value on which Bounty was paid.—Dated Dublin, March 21, 1804.—Signed R. Marshall, Inspector General.
|Quantity Exported to Great Britain||38,270,671||34,622,829||33,246,943||35,097,936|
|British Colonies in America and the West indies||829,206||671,140||885,956||486,020|
|United States of America||1,290,405||2,518,252||1,083,623||3,870,028|
|All other Parts||165,568||97,709||395,488||115,870|
|Total Quantity of Linen exported||40,555,850||37,909,930||35,612,010||37,569,854|
|Quantity exported on which Bounty was paid||1,282,869||2,231,398||1,418,237||2,058,203|
|Total value of Linen exported||2,707,042||13||6||2,528,519||2||2||2,375,141||6||6||2,505,802||13||6|
|Value of Linen on which Bounty was paid||86,431||5||4||148,764||18||10||95,152||7||0||138,936||7||10|
§ An Account of the Number of SEAMEN and MARINES in his Majesty's Service; (so far as the same can be made up from the Returns in the Navy Office, and from the Returns received at the Admiralty from the Commanding Officers of the Divisions of Marines, and the Officers employed in raising Men;) on the 31st Dec. 1793, 15th March, 1794, and 15th March, 1804.—Presented to the House of Commons, 5th April, 1804.—Dated the Admiralty-office.
|Periods.||Seamen, as per report received this Day from the Navy Office.||Marines actually in Pay, as per Returns from, the several Divisions transmitted Weekly to the Admiralty Office.|
|Borne for Wages.||Mustered for Victuals.|
|31st December, 1793||69,749||69,416||7,060|
|15th March, 1794||73,835||73,306||7,908|
|By the Muster Books received in the Navy Office, up to the 30th Nov. 1803||77,405||77,668||15,663|
|Raised at the several Rendezvous in England and Ireland, between 1st Dec. 1803, and 15th March, 1804, as by Returns made to the Admiralty||6,763||6,763|
|Total on 15th March, 1804||84,168||84,431|
§ N.B. The Cause of the Numbers Borne exceeding the Mustered, in 1793 and 1794, arises from those who were on Shore on Duty at Toulon and in Hospitals; and the Reason why the Account now exceeds that made up to the 31rst of Dec. 1803 is, that Muster Books have since been received, to a later Period, which enabled the Navy Board to make it more correct.1117
§ An Account of all CORN, GRAIN, MEAL, MALT, and FLOUR, Imported into and Exported from IRELAND, in the Years 1799, 1800, 1801, 1802, 1803.—Dated Dublin, March 21, 1804.—Signed R. Marshall, inspector General.
|25th Mar 1799.||25th Mar. 1800.||From 25th Mar. 1800, to 5th Jan. 1801.||5th Jan. 1802.||5th Jan. 1803.||5th Jan. 1804.|
|Imported.||Corn.||Barley and Malt||Barrels||3,237||44,898||287||111||39||10,543|
|Beans and Peas||Barrels||1,299||1,407||557||2,058||2,214||2,561|
§ A List of the Regiments and Companies of the IRISH MILITIA, which have made a Voluntary Tender of their Services, to be employed in any Part of Great-Britain, during the War.—Presented to the House of Commons.—Dated April 6, 1804.—Signed J. King.
|Date of Offer.||Regiments of Militia.||Strength.|
|Officers.||Non-Com. Officers.||Rank and File.|
|1ft August, 1803||Wexford||28||58||545|
|19th September||North Mayo Battalion, except four or the Privates||21||47||487|
|11th October||The 5 Batt. Companies and Lt. Comp. of the Leitrim Regt., except 15 Men||19||38||403|
|16th October||South Mayo, with the exception of Lieutenant Denis Browne||20||43||472|
|23d October||Light Comp.||Monaghan||3||6||69|
|14th November||Five Companies of the Wicklow||16||43||350|
|21ft December||Seven Companies of the Monaghan||26||46||485|
|30th December||Royal Meath||22||49||509|
§ Account of the PUBLIC EXPENDITURE of Great-Britain for the Year ending on the 5th of January, 1804.
|I.||Interest & Charges on the Permanent Debt, redeemed & unredeemed (App. A)||24,264,424||18||11½|
|II.||Interest on Excheeq. Bills (B.)||801,787||10||5½|
|III.||Civil List (C.)||898,000||—||—|
|IV.||Other Charges on the Consolidated Fund, viz.||Courts of Justice||50,038||11||3½|
|Allow. to Roy. Fam.||287,645||—||4|
|Salaries and Allows||93,544||13||6|
|V.||Civil Govt, of Scotland (D.)||79,502||12||—|
|VI.||Other Payments in Anticipation (E.) Bounties for Fisheries, Manufactures, Corn. &c.||305,379||19||2¼|
|Pensions on the Hereditary Rev.||27,700||—||—|
|Militia and Deserters Warrants, &c.||108,405||1||8½|
|VII.||Navy; (F.)—Salaries to the Offices For Wages, Bounty, Flag Pay, &c.||56,000||—||—|
|For Dock Yards, Building of Ships, &c.||2,181,396||7||1¼|
|For Marine Service on shore||287,000||—||—|
|The Victualling Department||2,489,919||15||9|
|The Sick and Wounded Department||142,000||—||—|
|The Transport and Wounded Department|
|For Prisoners of War, in Health||30,000||—||—|
|IX.||Army.—Ordinary Services, (H.)|
|For Regul. Fenc. Milit. Inval. and Volun. Corps||6,275,522||5||2|
|Staff off. and Off. of Garrisons||108,976||17||6|
|Pay of Public Offices||63,079||2||6|
|X.||Loans, Remittances, (I) Ireland||2,117,444||8||11|
|XI.||Miscellaneous Services: (K.)|
|Deduct Loan for Ireland||2,117,444||8||11|
|* The Sum of £.449,509. 11s. 5¾d. for Interest paid on Imperial Loan is included here.|
§ N. B. The Several Items under each Head are stated in the Appendix A. B. &c., which follow.1121
§ APPENDIX (A. I)—An Account of the Monies paid out of the Receipt of His Majesty's Exchequer, in the Year ending the 5th January, 1804, towards satisfying the Charges of the PUBLIC FUNDED DEIST of Great-Britain, Ireland, and Imperial Loans; distinguishing the Total Amount of the Sums applied for Interest, Charges of Management, Sums applicable to its Reduction, and the usual Grants for the same Purpose.
|INTEREST.||Annuities for Lives and Terms of Years.||Charges of Management.|
|Permanent Debt of Great-Britain, unredeemed||15,054,257||14||10½||1,561,601||8||10½||230,077||3||4|
|Loans raised for Ireland||650,390||4||1||13,000||0||0||11,647||5||5|
|Towards the Reduction of the Public Debt:||17,976,483||8||0¾|
|Annual Issue by 26 Geo. III.||1,000,000||0||0|
|Annual Issue by 42 Geo. III.||200,000||0||0|
|Annuities for Terms of Years expired, prior to 5th July, 1802||79,880||14||6|
|Annuities for Lives, on which the Nominees are certified to have died prior to 5th July, 1802, or that have been unclaimed for 3 Years||49,151||0||7|
|Interest on Debt of Gt.-Britain redeemed||2,138,183||12||3|
|Interest on Debt of Gt.-Ireland redeemed||36,872||5||11|
|Interest on Debt of Gt.-Imperial redeemed||11,383||10||10|
|Annuity at £. per Cent. on Part of Capitals created since 5th Jan. 1793||2,772,469||16||9¾|
§ APPENDIX (A. 2.)—An Account of the Total Amount of the Sums actually received by the COMMISSIONERS for the Reduction of the NATIONAL DEST, in the Year ending the 5th Jan. 1804.
|Annual Issue, by 26 Geo. III.||1,000,000||0||0|
|Annual Issue, by 42 Geo. III.||200,000||0||0|
|99 and 96 Annuities||54,880||14||6|
|Expired and unclaimed Ann.||49,151||0||7|
|Short Ann. 1777||25,000||0||0|
|Dividends on £3. per Ct. Ann.||2,033,487||12||3|
|Dividends on £4. per Ct. Ann.||104,696||0||0|
|£1. per Ct. on Part of Capitals created by Loans raised from 1793 to 1803, both inclusive||2,502,887||10||9|
|£1. per Ct. on Capitals created by Loans raised from 1797 to 1803, both inclusive||232,889||6||0½|
|Dividends on £3. per Ct. Ann.||36,872||5||11|
|£1. per Ct. on Capital created by Imperial Loan 1797||36,693||0||0|
|Dividends on Imperial £3. per Ct. Ann.||11,383||10||10|
|Office Reduction National Debt, 16th Feb. 1804.||£.||6,287,941||0||10¾|
§ G. T. GOODENOUGH, Sec.1123
§ APPENDIX (B.)—An Account of the Interest paid on EXCHEQUER BILLS, from 5th January 1803 to 5th January 1804.
|41 Geo. III. Cap. 4.||Aids||Anno 1801||213,130||12||9½|
|43 Geo. III. Cap. 41.||Aids||Anno 1802||102,905||9||0|
|42 Geo. III. Cap. 110.||Supply||Anno 1802||225,557||17||3|
|42 Geo. III. Cap. 111.||Supply||Anno Bank||74,527||7||11|
|43 Geo. III. Cap. 5.||Aids||Anno 1803||92,755||19||0|
|Paid Governor and Comp. of Bank of England, on Personal Estates, &c. and Malt Tax||92,910||4||6|
|Exchequer-Bill Office, 31st Jan. 1804.||£.801,787||10||5½|
§ J. PLANTA.—JOHN PETER.
§ APPENDIX (C.)—An Account of the Charges upon the CONSOLIDATED FUND, in the Year ending 5th Jan. 1804; exclusive of the Interest of the Public Debt, and of the Payments upon Exchequer Bills, distinguishing the same under the several Heads of Civil List, Courts of Justice, &c., Mint, other Salaries and Allowances, and Bounties.
|For Support of his Majesty's Household||898,000||—||—½|
|COURTS OF JUSTICE.|
|Judges of England and Wales, in Augmentation of then Salaries||18,014||5||—½|
|A. Graham, Esq. Inspector of temporary Places of Confinement of Felons, previous to Transportation, by Ace 42 Geo. III. cap. 28.||350||—||—|
|P. Colquhon, Esq. Receiver of Thames Police Office||7,625||19||6|
|W. Baldwin, Erq. Receiver of Seven Public Offices of Police||15,628||2||6|
|H. Moreton Dyer, Esq. Chief Justice of Admiralty Court, in the Island of Bahama, per Act 43 Geo. III.||473||8||1|
|J. Bedford, Esq. Chief Justice of Admiralty Court, in the Island of Barbadoes||473||8||1|
|H. Holland, Esq. Chief Justice of Admiralty Court, in the Island of Jamaica||473||8||1|
|Sheriffs of England and Wales||4,000||—||—|
|Keeper of the Hanaper in Chancery||3,000||—||—|
|Master of his Majesty's Mint in England||10,350||—||—|
|T. Morrison, Esq. Receiver of Fees and Emoluments in the Office of the Mint, in the Tower of London, by Act 39 Geo. III.||2,308||11||2|
|Master of his Majesty's Mint in Scotland||1,200||—||—|
|SALARIES AND ALLOWANCES.|
|Rt. Hon. C. Abbot, Speaker of House of Commons, to complete his Allowance of 6,000l. per Ann.||1,524||16||—|
|Lord Bute, late one of the Auditor of Imprest||7,000||—||—|
|P. Deare, Esq. late a Deputy of Imprest||300||—||—|
|E. Roberts, Esq. on yearly Sum of 650l. formerly paid to Auditor of Exchequer||650||—||—|
|J. Thomas Bart, Esq. Commis. for Auditing Public Accounts||1,000||—||—|
|J. Martin Leake, Esq. Commis. for Auditing Public Accounts||500||—||—|
|J. Erskine, Esq. Commis. for Auditing Public Accounts||500||—||—|
|Hon. Bartholom. Bonverie Esq. Commis. for Auditing Public Accounts||1,000||—||—|
|Sir J. C. Boughton, Bart. Esq. Commis. for Auditing Public Accounts||1,000||—||—|
|Salaries in Office of Clerks of Public Accounts||6,000||—||—|
|G. Atwood, Esq. Inspector of Certicates in Tontine Anno 1789||750||—||—|
|Chief Cashier of Bank of England, for Fees paid at sundry Public Offices||819||17||6|
|T. Marsham, Esq. Sec. to Commissioners for issuing Excheq. Bills, by Act 35 Geo. III.||500||—||—|
|R. Clarke, Esq. Chamberlain of City of Loudon, for better Improvement of Port of London||55,000||—||—|
|J. Wyatt, Esq. towards erecting a Lazaretto on Chutney Hill, in County of Kent||15,000||—||—|
|J. Williams, Esq. Sec. to Commissioners for enquiring into Abuses in Naval Department||2,000||—||—|
|H. R. Highness the Pr. of Wales||65,000||—||—|
|H. R. Highness the Pr. of Wales||60,000||—||—|
|H. R. Highness the Duke of York||14,000||—||—|
|H. R. Highness the Clarence||12,000||—||—|
|H. R. Highness the Kent||12,000||—||—|
|H. R. Highness the Cumberland||12,000||—||—|
|H. R. Highness the Sussex||12,000||—||—|
|H. R. Highness the Cambridge||12,000||—||—|
|H. R. Highness the Gloucester||8,000||—||—|
|H. R. Highness the Gloucester||9,000||—||—|
|Her R. Highness the Duchess of York||4,000||—||—|
|Earl or Chatham||4,000||—||—|
|John Penn, Esq.||3,000||—||—|
|R chard Penn, Esq.||1,000||—||—|
|Lord St. Vincent||2,000||—||—|
|Sir Will. Hen. Ashurst||2,000||—||—|
|Sir Sidney Smith||1,000||—||—|
|Duke of Richmond||12,666||13||4|
|Sir John Skyaner||500||—||—|
|Representatives of Arthur Onslow||3,000||—||—|
|Sir James Saumarez, K. B.||2,978||7||—|
|Duke of Portland, for the Prince of Orange||16,000||—||—|
|Lord Bo ingdon and others, in trust for Lord Amherst||3,000||—||—|
|For the Encouragement of Growth of Hemp and Flax in Scotland||2,956||13||8|
§ Exchequer, 14th March, 1804. JAMES FISHER.1125
§ APPENDIX (B.)—Total Amount of such Sum and Sums of Money as are incurred and become due upon his Majesty's Establishment for CIVIL AFFAIRS within SCOTLAND, bearing Date the 19th June 1761 fur One Year, from 5th Jan. 1803 inclusive, to 5th Jan. 1804 exclusive: Made up by the Batons of Exchequer at Edinburgh, pursuant to Act, 42 Geo. III. Cap. 70, intituled, "An Act for directing certain Public Accounts to be laid annually before Parliament, and for discontinuing certain other Forms of Accounts now in Use."
§ £.79,502 12s. 0½d.
§ APPENDIX (E. 1.)—An Account of the Amount of BOUNTIES paid in England and Scotland, out of the Revenues of Customs and Excise, between the 5th Jan. 1803 and the 5th Jan. 1804; being Payments in the Nature of Anticipations of Exchequer Issues.
|Bounties on Corn, Cotton, and Linen Manufactures, British and Southern Whale Fishery, Newfoundland and White Herring Fishery; Slave Bounty; and Bounty for Encouragement of Volunteer Seamen||203,535||18||4||58,016||5||3¼|
|Bounties on Beer exported||40||12||6||—||—||—|
|Bounties on British Spirits||9,950||18||—||—||—||—|
|Bounties on Fish Exported||8,856||8||1½||2,802||17||4|
|Buss and Barrel Bounties, certified on the Excise, for Deficiency of Money in Hands of Receiver Gen. of Customs||—||—||—||29,176||19||7½|
|Great Britain||£. 305,379 19s. 2¼|
§ APPENDIX (E. 2.)—GENERAL POST OFFICE.—An Account of PENSIONS and Parliamentary GRANTS, paid out of the Revenue of the General Post Office, for the Year ending 5 Jan. 1804.
|His Grace the Duke of Marlborough||£. 5,000|
|His Grace the Duke of Grafton||4,700|
|The Heirs of the late Duke of Schomberg||4,000|
§ March 22d 1804.
§ THOs CRURCH, Deputy Acc. General.
§ APPENDIX (E. 3.) EXCISE.—An Account, shewing how the PUBLIC MONIES remaining in the Receipt of the Exchequer on 5th Jan. 1803, together with the Monies paid into the same during the Year ending 5th Jan. 180[...], and the Monies paid out of the Net Produce of the Revenues of said Year, in Anticipation of the Exchequer Receipt, have been actually applied, so far as regards the Receipt of Excise in England, and can be ascertained at the Excise Office.
|Duke of Grafton||9,000||—||—|
|Charles Boon, Esq. a Moiety of the Earl of Bath's||1,500||—||—|
|Lord Melbourne, a Moiety of the Earl of Bath's||1,500||—||—|
§ Excise Office, London, 22d March, 1804.
§ J. KEMP, Accompt. General.1127
§ APPENDIX (E. 4.)—An Account of Sums paid by Receivers General of Land Tax to the MILITIA, and for Deserters' Warrants; and for Bounties on Hemp and Flax, in the Year ending 5th Jan. 1804.
|Hemp and Flax||—||Nil.||—|
§ Office for Taxes, 22d March, 1804.
§ APPENDIX (P.)—MAvy OFFICE, 23d March, 1804. An Account, shewing the Amount of Monies received from His Majesty's Exchequer for NAVAL SERVICES, between 5th January, 1803, and 5th Jan. 1804; distinguishing the Services 10 which the same has been applied.
|Salaries to Admiralty, Navy, and Navy Pay Offices||56,000||—||—|
|Wages to Officers and Seamen||1,468,000||—||—|
|Bounty to Volunteers, Flag Pay, &c.||255,000||—||—|
|Half Pay to Sea Officers and Bounty to Chaplains||313,436||16||—|
|Pensions to Sea Officers, their Widows, &c. and to superannuated Artificers||77,069||16||10|
|Wages to his Majesty's Dock and Rope Yards||714,709||—||—|
|Building of Ships, Purchase of Stores of every Description, repairing Ships, Purchase of Ships taken from the Enemy, Head Money, &c. paid in Bills at 90 Days' Date||1,124,687||7||1¼|
|Bills of Exchange, Impress, and Contingencies||300,000||—||—|
|Marine Service on Shore, and Half Pay to Marines||287,000||—||—|
|Provisions, and all Sorts of Victualling Stores, paid for in Bills at 90 Days' Date||1,860,794||10||6|
|Provisions, &c. paid for in Ready Money||19,000||—||—|
|Bills of Exchange, and Impress||466,000||—||—|
|Necessary, and Extra Necessary Money and Contingencies||50,000||—||—|
|Wages to Officers, Workmen, &c. at the several Ports||88,012||—||—|
|SICK AND WOUNDED:|
|Subsistence, Medicine, Bedding, &c. for Sick Seamen||136,000||—||—|
|Subsistence, Medicine, Bedding, &c. for Prisoners of War||6,000||—||—|
|Freight of Transports, and for Stores, Subsistence, &c. for Prisoners of War in Health, paid for in Bills at 90 Days' Date||639,045||12||5|
|Bills of Exchange, &c.||40,000||—||—|
|Subsistence, Cloathing, &c. of Prisoners of War in Health, paid for in Ready Money||30,000||—||—|
§ W. PALMER.—S. GAMBIER.—F. J. HARIWELL.
§ APPENDIX (G.)—An Account of Monies paid by the Office of ORDNANCE, in the Year 1803, for Services at Home and Abroad respectively.
|Services at Home||1,671,294||15||—¾|
§ Office, of Ordnance, 28th Feb. 1804.
§ A. ROSS.—W. W. POLE.—C. ASHLEY.1129
§ APPENDIX (H.)—An Account of Monies paid by the Right Hon. Paymaster Gen. of his Majesty's FORCES, from 25th Dec. 1802 to the 24th Dec. 1803.
|Pay and Allowances of Forces, &c. Captains Allowances, Off-reckonings, Recruiting Contingencies, Bills, and Cloathing||6,275,522||5||2|
|Pay of Offices||63,079||2||6|
§ Pay Office, Horse Guards, 23d March, 1804.
§ DD. THOMAS.
§ APPENDIX.(I.)—An Account of LOANS, REMITTANCES, and ADVANCES, to other Countries, in the Year ending 5th Jan. 1804; specifying the Total Amount paid to them respectively.
|There was remitted, out of Supplies 1803, to that Part of the United Kingdom, called Ireland, viz.||£.||s.||d.|
|Out of Loan 1803, per Act 43 Geo. III. Cap. 67. Sect. 19.||2,000,000||0||0|
|Out of Lotteries 1803, per Act 43 Gee. III. Cap. 91. Sect. 3||117,444||8||11|
§ Whitehall, Treasury Chambers, 24th March, 1804.
§ N. VANSITTART.
§ APPENDIX (K.)—An Account, shewing how the Monies remaining in the Receipt of the EXCHEQUER. on the 5th Day of January 1803, together with the Monies paid into the same during the Year ending the 5th Day of January 1804, have been actually applied; as far as relates to MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES; specifying the Amount of Monies paid for Services at Home and Abroad respectively.
|SERVICES AT HOME.|
|To enable his Majesty to make good the Sums which may be awarded under the 7th Article of the Treaty with America, to be paid by the British Government||60,000||—||—|
|Expenses incurred, and to be incurred, on account of certain Premises at Chelsea, intended for a Royal Military Asylum for Reception of Soldiers Children, for 1802 and 1803||32,400||—||—|
|Bounties for taking and bringing Fish to Cities of London and Westminster, and other Places of the U. Kingdom||3,000||—||—|
|Expenses of confining and maintaining Convicts, for 1802 and 1803||40,864||1||7¾|
|Charge of Royal Military College, for 1832 and 1803||11,354||2||11|
|Clerk employed on Business relative to American Claims||239||13||6|
|Secretary of Commisrs. for reducing National Debt, for Salaries to Officers, and incidental Expenses of said Commission, for Half Year, to 5th July 1803||1,919||10||—|
|Relief of suffering Clergy and Laity of France, Toulonese|
|and Corsican Emigrants, certain St. Domingo Sufferers and American Loyalists, for 1803||154,023||4||7|
|Charge of Works and Repairs of Military Roads and Bridges in N. Britain, for 1803||5,000||—||—|
|Expenses incurred in printing the 56th Volume of Journals of House of Commons, with the Indexes thereto||4,500||13||2½|
|Works done at Auditor's Office, Pipe Office, and Record Office, Somerset Place||8,771||7||8½|
|Works done at the House of Speaker of House of Commons, to 31st May 1803||21,434||—||—|
|Military Roads and Bridges in Highlands of Scotland||10,000||—||—|
|Extraordinary Expenses for Prosecutions, relating to the Coin of this Kingdom 1802||2,661||17||8|
|Superintendence of Aliens, for 1802 and 1803||5,620||—||—|
|Part of £.60,000 to be applied for Benefit of Illustrious House of Orange, in such Manner as his Majesty shall think meet||10,778||10||—|
|Making an Inland Navigation, from the Eastern to the Western Sea, by Inverness and Fort William||10,000||—||—|
|Printing Journals of House of|
|Commons, and printing and delivering Votes, &c. during present Session||15,000||—||—|
|Expenses incurred by Soane, Esq. and to reward him for Trouble in making Designs, Elevations, and Estimates, for Alterations proposed to be done in 1794 ant 1795, to be made to the House of Lords, and Rooms and Offices adjoining||1,000||—||—|
|His Majesty, for the Board of Agriculture, for the Service of 1803||3,000||—||—|
|His Majesty, toward enabling Trustees of British Museum to carry on Execution of Trusts reposed in them by Parliament||3,000||—||—|
|To make good to Consolidated Fund the like Sum, paid out of Revenues of Customs for Bounties on Corn and Grain imported into Great-Britain to 10th Oct. 1802||524,573||19||7|
|To enable his Majesty to repay to the United Company of Merchants of England, trading to the East-Indies, on Account of Expenses incurred by them in Public Service, during the late war||1,000,000||—||—|
|Compensation to Mr. Dubois, for Losses sustained as an American Loyalist||5,320||—||—|
|Deficiency of Grants, for Service of 1802||166,531||10||—|
|Officers of Exchequer for extra Trouble in making out Exchequer Bills, in 1803||500||—||—|
|Officers of Exchequer for extra Trouble in paying off Exchequer Bills, in 1802 and 1803||720||—||—|
|Bank of England, for receiving Contributions for Lotteries 1802||3,000||—||—|
|Bank of England, for Discount on Prompt Payments thereon||1,541||14||11|
|Payment of Principal and Interest of American Orders, made out pursuant to Acts of the 28th. and 30th Years of his present Majesty, for granting Relief to such Persons as have suffered in their Rights and Properties, during the late unhappy Dissensions in America||597||13||2¾|
|Incidental Expenses attending Lottery 1802||3,600||—||—|
|Commissioners for preparing drawing Lottery 1802||6,300||—||—|
|Additional Rewards to said Commissioners||1,700||—||—|
|Certificate Commissioners for Lotteries 1802||1,600||—||—|
|J. Gray, Esq; for Lottery Incidents 1803||2,900||—||—|
|J. Hay, Esq. Salaries and Expenses, &c. of American Commissioners||1,600||—||—|
|Expenses under Commission, pursuant to 6th and 7th Articles of American Treaty||340,000||—||—|
|C. Martin, Esq. of Lincoln's|
|Inn, for Losses sustained as an American Loyalist||12,626||14||—|
|To replace to his Majesty's Civil List Revenues the Sums issued thereout, pursuant to Addresses of the House of Commons viz.|
|J. Flaxman, Esq. the 2d Payment for erecting a Monument in Westminster Abbey, to Memory of Capt. J. Montague||1,296||14||—|
|J. Topham, Esq. Sec. to Commisrs appointed to carry into execution Measures recommended by House of Commons respecting Public Records of the Kingdom, to be paid to sundry Persons employed by said Commissioners||4,476||19||6|
|H. Alexander, Esq. for attendance as Chairman or Committees of House of Commons in Session 1801–2||1,301||9||—|
|J. Clementson, Esq. to make Allowance equal to £500. for Services as Deputy Serjeant at Arms, attending House of Commons in Session 1801–2||332||4||—|
|S. Dunn, Esq. towards Expense of compiling General Index to Journals of House of Commons||300||—||—|
|G. Whittam, Esq. for making Index to Votes of House of Commons for Sessions 1801–2, and for printing the same||80||—||—|
|H. Gunuell, Esq. to be paid over as Compensations to several Officers of House of Commons, for Attendance on Public Committeees in Session 1801–2||647||—||—|
|Dr. J. Carmichael Smyth, in consideration of merit of his Discovery of Nitric Fumigation to prevent the Communication of Contagion||5,258||17||—|
|G. Brown, for Expenses attending Survey of intended Military Roads in N. Britain, in 1799||717||14||—|
|J. Bull, Esq. for making Index to Votes of House of Commons for Session 1801–2, and for printing the same||320||—||—|
|J. H. Ley, Esq. as 2d Clerk Assistant of House of Commons for Services in Session 1801–2||534||15||—|
|J. Dyson, Esq. to make good Deficiency of Allowance as Clerk Assistant of House of Commons, in Session 1801–2||429||3||—|
|T. Banks, Esq. the last instalment under Contract for erecting a Monument to Capt. Burges||1,848||12||—|
|T. Banks, Esq. first Instalment under Contract, for erecting a Monument in St. Paul's Cathedral, to Memory of Captain George Blagdon Westcott||1,480||18||—|
|C. Rossi, Statuary, first instalment under Contract, for|
|erecting a Monument in St. Paul's Cathedral, to Memory of Capt J. R. Mosse, and Capt Rion||1,480||18||—|
|J. Flaxman, Statuary, first Instalment under Contract, for erecting a Monument in St. Paul's Cathedral, to Memory of Admiral Earl Howe||2,216||16||—|
|R. Westmacotr, Jun. Statuary, first Instalment under Contract, for erecting a Monument in St. Paul's Cathedral, to Memoty of Right Hon. Sir R Abercrombie||2,216||16||—|
|J. Topham, Esq. Reward to Persons employed under Commissrs, appointed to carry into Execution Measures recommended by House of Commons, respecting Public Records of the Kingdom||2,536||1||—|
|Mr. C. Rossi, Statuary, in full Payment For electing a Monument in St. Paul's Cathedral, to memory of Captain Faulkner||1,480||14||—|
|J. Dyson, Esq. Clerk Assistant to House of Commons, to make up his Allowance equal to 2,000l. for his Services in Session 1802–3||851||2||8|
|H. Alexander, Esq. Services as Chairman of Committee of Ways and Means, Session 1802–3||1,301||9||—|
|J. Topham, Esq. Reward to Persons employed under Commrs. appointed to carry into execution Measures recommended by House of Commons, respecting the Public Records of the Kingdom||978||7||—|
|S. Dunn, Esq. final Compensation for his Pains, Trouble, And Expense, in having compiled General Index to Journals of House of Commons, from 1790 to 1800||1,000||—||—|
|A. Benson, Esq. for making Index to Votes of House of Commons, for the Session 1802–3||350||—||—|
|J. Clementson, Esq. to make his Allowance equal to 500l. for Attendance as Deputy Serjeant at Arms, during the Session 1802–3||332||4||—|
|T. E. Tomlins, Compensation for Trouble in compiling Registers for the Use of Committee on Expired and Expiring laws, in the Session 1802–3||150||—||—|
|H. Gunnell, Esq. Compensations to sundry dicers of House of Commons for Attendance on Public Committees in the Session 1802–3||79||5||—|
|To make good to his Majesty's Civil List Revenues, Monies issued thercout for Public Services; viz.|
|C. Beaumont, Esq; for Journies and Expenses incurred in ma-|
|king Enquiries respecting State of Collieries||219||7||—|
|J. King, Esq. Sec. to Commsrs. appointed for ascertaining the Boundaries of New Forest||300||—||—|
|G Baldwin, Esq. Reward for Services in Egypt||1,086||1||6|
|W. Chinnery, Esq. to he paid over to Mr. Palmer, Commissary at New South Wales, as Half Freight for Vessel hired by Gov. Hunter of Mr. Palmer's Agent, for the Service of that colony||324||10||—|
|T. Brodie, Esq. for making Indexes to Journals of House of Lords||1,659||18||—|
|Lord Walsingham, for Attendance as Chairman of Committees of House of Seers, in Session 1801–2||2,701||9||—|
|G. Rose, Esq. for Expenses at Parliament Office, in Session 1801–2||360||18||2|
|T. Wilson, Gent. for Trouble and Expenses in attending Select Committee of House Commons for the Improvement of Port of London; and for preparing Model of a Bridge by Direction of the said Committee||169||7||6|
|E. Smith, Esq. to enable him to pay several Persons employed in preparing Abstracts, to be laid before Parliament, of Populat on of Great-Britain||500||—||—|
|J. H. Capper, Esq. to discharge Expenses incurred in making Abstracts of Cultivation of England and Wales||146||1||—|
|T. Gream, for Expenses incurred in surveying the Straits of Menai, the Conway River, and Holyhead Harbour and Coast||814||6||8|
|B. Cobbe, Esq. for Additional Allowance to Clerks in Office for Auditing Public Accounts, to 10th Oct. 1803||7,134||17||4|
|B. Cobbe, Esq. for Additional Allowance to discharge Fees on passing Accounts through Office of Treasury and Exchequer||3,000||—||—|
|J. W. Hay, Esq. Sec. to Commisrs. appointed under a Convention concluded with America, 8th Feb. 1802, for incidental Expenses attending Commission||1,060||8||6|
|B. Cobbe, Esq. for Additional Allowance to Clerks in Office for Auditing the public Accounts, Half Year, to 5th April 1803||5,100||18||3|
|W. Mitford, Esq. to pay a bill drawn by Lieut. Gen. Vyse, for Repairs of Port Patrick||558||17||5|
|J. Clementson, Esq. for Expenses incurred in removing from his official House, in consequence of Apartments being wanted for House of Commons||177||6||—|
|W. Chinnery, Esq. to be paid to|
|Lieut. Grant, late Commander of Colonial Brig Lady Nelson, for Losses sustained while he was employed by the Gov. of New South Wales, and for Expenses en his Return Home||98||13||3|
|Lieut. Grant, late Commander of Colonial Brig Lady Nelson, for sundry articles provided for Use of Convicts embarked on Board the Glatton, for New South Wales||291||8||3|
|Lieut. Grant, late Commander of Colonial Brig Lady Nelson, to defray passage to Bass's Straits, on the Coast of New South Wales, of the Lieut. Gov. of the Settlement intended to be formed there, and of Officers of Civil and Military Establishment||634||13||—|
|Sir G. Yonge, to repay Expenses incurred in consequence of Orders directing his immediate Return to England||1,060||7||6|
|J. Rennie, Esq. to defray the Expenses of Surveys, Reports, and Designs, for Bridges, over the Straits of Menai||657||11||4|
|Capt. J. Huddart, for Expenses incurred in a Journey to Bangor, Conway, Chester, and Liverpool, respecting Surveys and Designs for Bridges over the Straits of Menai, &c.||113||13||9|
|H. Nettleship, Esq. for making up and publishing in the London Gazette, Weekly Returns of the Average Price of Brown or Muscavado Sugar, for one Year, to 10th Oct. 1802||429||14||—|
|B. Cobbe, Esq. to discharge Fees on passing Public Accounts||3,000||—||—|
|C. Abercrombie, Esq. for Expenses attending Surveys of intended Military Roads thro' Part of the Counties of Sutherland and Caithness||229||18||6|
|M. Martin, Esq. in full Satisfaction of all Expenses incurred in an Inquiry into the Mendicity of the Metropolis||639||17||6|
|C. T. Cracklow, Esq. in Satisfaction for Loss sustained by erecting temporary Buildings at the Marshalsea||534||15||—|
|W. Chinnery, Esq. for Articles supplied Convicts at Pottsmouth, and the Settlement at New South Wales||822||9||1|
|W. Chinnery, Esq. to pay Bill drawn from New South Wales|
§ Whitehall, Treasury Chambers, March 24th, 1804.1136
|by Mr. W. Broughton, Commissary at Norfolk Island, for Wheat purchased for Use of that Settlement||471||5||—|
|Rt. Hon. G. Rose, for Expenses at Parliament Office, in Session 1802–3||433||19||3½|
|J. Clementson, Esq. for One Year's Rent of House in lieu of Apartments he resigned at the House of Commons, due Midsummer 1803||219||6||—|
|B. Cobbe, Esq. for Additional Allowance to Clerks in Office for auditing Public Accounts, Half Year, to 10th Oct. 1803||5,300||9||6|
|Lord Walsingham, for Attendance us Chairman of Committees of House of Peers, in Session 1802–3||2,701||9||—|
|Magistrates of Thames Police Office to defray Expenses of a Plan for the more perfect Security of the Shipping in the Port of London||649||2||—|
|W. Mitford, Esq. to pay a Bill drawn by Lieut. Gen. Vyse, for Repairs of Port Patrick||248||11||6|
|T. Brodie, Esq. as an Allowance on Account of Trouble in making Index co Journals of House of Lords||439||18||—|
|His Majesty's Foreign and other Secret Service, for 1802 and 1803||162,881||17||8|
|Repairing and maintaining British Forts on Coast of Africa||16,000||—||—|
|Civil Establishment of Upper Canada||8,900||—||—|
|New Brunswick, for 1802 and 1803||9,300||—||—|
|Bermuda, for 1802 and 1803||870||—||—|
|Dominica, for 1801 and 1802||1,200||—||—|
|New South Wales||9,124||17||9|
|Bills drawn from New South Wales for 1802 and 1803||19,030||—||—|
§ N. VANSITTART.1137
§ An, Account of the UNFUNDED DEBT and Demands outstanding on 5th Jam 1804; under tile Heads of Exchequer, Treasury, Army, Barracks, Ordnance, Navy, Civil List Advances, and any other Head of Public Service; specifying the same; distinguishing, under each Head respectively, the Particulars of which such Debt or Demands consisted; and also what Part of the said Debt or Demands was then provided for, and in what Manner, and what Part thereof was unprovided for.
§ EXCHEQUER BILLS:
§ By what Acts raised On what Funds charged. Amount outstanding.
|39th and 40th Geo. III. Cap. 23. Aids Anno 1806, Extension of Bank, Charter||3,000,000||0||0|
|43th and 40th Geo. III. Cap. 3. Malt Tax 1803, Extension of Bank, Charter||750,000||0||0|
|43th and 40th Geo. III. Cap. 5. Aids Tax 1803, Extension of Bank Charter||*2,594,300||0||0|
|43th and 40th Geo. III. Cap. 36. Aids Tax 1804, Extension of Bank, Charter||3,000,000||0||0|
|43th and 40th Geo. III. Cap. 146. Aids Tax 1804, Vote of Credit||1,491,500||0||0|
|43th and 40th Geo. III. Cap. 147. Aids Tax 1804, Bank||1,500,500||0||0|
|43th and 40th Geo. III. Cap. 93. Aids Tax 1804, Bank||5,000,000||0||0|
|44th and 40th Geo. III. Cap. 16. Malt Tax 1804 Bank||455,000||0||0|
|44th and 40th Geo. III. Cap. 15. Aids Tax 1804||1,276,800||0||0|
|Warrants for Army Services||275,841||2||1|
|Treasury Hills accepted previous to and on 5th Jan. 1804, due subsequent to that Day||225,925||1||4½|
|Civil List Advances||5,246||17||6|
|* of these, £797,000 has been since paid off.|
§ N. VANSITTART.1139
§ An Account of the Progress made in the REDEMPTION of the PUBLIC FUNDED DEBT Funds, and specifying how much of each has been redeemed by the Commissioners Stocks; and the Sums annually applicable to the Reduction thereof: likewise, the Account of Land Tax redeemed.
|Funds.||Capitals.||Redeemed by Commissrs. From 1st Aug. 1786 to 1st Feb. 1804||Total Sums paid.|
|Consolidated 3 per Cent. Ann.||327,996,558||4||5¼||31,865,400||19,680,485||7||11|
|Reduced 3 per Cent. Ann.||116,437,811||6||4||36,766,667||22,591,790||13||6|
|Old South Sea Ann.||24,065,084||13||11½||5,789,000||4,201,986||18||—|
|New South Sea Ann.|
|3 per Cent. South Sea Anno 1751||1,919,600||0||0||660,000||491,300||10||—|
|Consolidated 4 per Cent. Ann.||49,425,084||17||4||2,617,400||2,278,402||1||3|
|Consolidated 5 per Cent. Ann.||28,125,581||19||1|
|5 per Cent. Ann. 1797 and 1802||22,352,456||5||—|
|3 per Cent. Ann. 1797 and 1726||1,000,000||—||—|
|3 per Cent. Bank Ann.||11,686,800||—||—|
|Transferred to Commissrs, by reason of Land Tar redeemed 1st Feb. 1804||21,147,888||19||2|
|Debt existing 1st Feb. 1804||561,861,089||7||3¾|
|Redeemed by Commissioners||77,698,467||—||—|
|Debt unredeemed 1st Feb. 1804||484,161,622||7||3¾|
§ An Account of the Progress made in the REDEMPTION of the PUBLIC DEBT of IRELAND Funded in Great-Britain, 1st February, 1804.
|Funds.||Capitals.||Redeemed by the Commissrs. to 1st Feb. 1804.||Total Sums Paid.||Average Price of Stocks.||Sums Annually applicable to Reduction of Debt.|
|3 per Ct. Consol Ann.||16,989,250||734,600||465,548||10||1||63⅜||1 per Cent, on Capitals created||257,359||19||3|
|3 per Ct. Reduced Ann.||8,258,750||861,071||518,082||16||8||60¼|
|61⅛||Dividend on £1,595,675 8 1 3 per Ct. Ann.||47,870||2||7|
|4 per Ct. Consol Ann.||300,000|
|Redeemed by Comissrs.||1,595,671|
|Unredeemd1st Feb. 1804||23,952,329|
§ Exchequer, the 20th Day of March, 1804.
§ JAMES FISHER.1141
§ of GREAT-BRITAIN, at 1st February, 1804; distinguishing, the Capitals of the several for the Reduction of the National Debt since 1st August, 1786; the Average Price of Annuities to fall in: also, the Capital of Debt transferred to the said Commissioners on
|Average Price of Stocks.||Sums Annually applicable to the Deduction of Public Debt.||Annuities fallen in since 22d June, 1802, or that will fall in hereafter.|
|£.||s.||d.||Excheq. Ann. 2 et 3 Annæ, viz.||£.||s.||d.|
|61¾||Annual Charges by Act 26 Geo. III.||1,000,000||—||—||Expired at 5th April, 1803||23,369||13||4|
|Expire at 5th Jan. 1805||7,030||6||8|
|61⅜||Annual Charges by Act 42 Geo. III.||200,000||—||—||Expire 4 at 5th April 1805||23,554||11||6|
|72½||Annuities for 99 and 96 Years expired 1792||54,880||14||6||Expire 5 at 5th April 1806||7,776||10||—|
|Expire 6 at 5th April 1807||4,710||10||—|
|74⅜||Annuities for 10 Years, expired 1787||25,000||—||—||Expire 6 at 5th July, 1807||10,181||—||—|
|Bank Long Ann. expire 1860||1,047,494||5||4½|
|87||Life Annuities unclaimed for 3 Years, or of which the Nominees died prior to 5th July, 1802||49,376||15||7||Bank Short Ann. expire 1808||418,333||—||11|
|N. B. By Act 42 Geo. III. Cap. 71. such Annuities as fall in after passing that Act, are not to be placed to the Account of Commissrs for Reduction of Public Debt; but are no longer to be continued in the Annual Charge thereof.|
|63¾ ⅜||Dividend on £. 75,081,067 at 3 per Cent.||2,252,432||—||2|
|Dividend on £.2,617,400 at 4 per Cent.||104,696||—||—|
|Annuity at 1 per Cent. on Part of Capitals created since 1st Feb. 1793||2,645,240||16||9|
§ An Account of the Progress made in the REDEMPTION of the IMPERIAL DEBT, 1st February, 1804.
|Funds.||Capitals.||Redeemed by the Commssrs. at 1st Feb. 1804.||Total Sums paid.||Average Price of Stocks.||Sums Annually applicable to the Reduction of Debt.|
|Imperial 3 per Cent.||3,669,300||459,828||265,939||4||2||57⅞||1 per Cent. on Captal created||36,693||—||—|
|Unredeem'1st Feb. 1804||3,209,472||Dividend on £.459,828 at 3 per Cent.||13,794||16||9|
§ Office for Reduction of National Debt, the 20th Day of March, 1804.
§ G. T. GOODENOUGH, Secretary.1143
§ An Account of the Value of all IMPORTS into, and all EXPORTS from Great Britain, for Eighteen Years, ending the 5th of January, 1804; distinguishing each Year, and distinguishing the Value of Imports from the East Indies and China, from the Value of all other Imports; and distinguishing the Value of British Produce and Manufactures exported, from the Value of Foreign Articles exported; together with the Difference between the official Value, and the declared Value of British Produce and Manufactures exported in the Year ending 5th January, 1804.
|Official Value of Imports from||Official Value of|
|Years.||East Indies and China.||All other Parts.||British Produce and Manufactures exported.||Foreign Merchandize exported.|
§ Inspector General's Office, Custom House, London, 23d March 1804.
§ WILLIAM IRVING, Inspector General of the Imports and Exports of Great Britain.
§ NOTE.—The real Value of British Produce and Manufactures exported to all Parts of the World, as ascertained under the Acts of the 42d and 43d of his Majesty, Cap. 43 ct 70, and from other correct Sources of Information, amounted in the Year ending the 5th January 1803 to 48,500,683l. and in the Year ending 5th January 1804 to 40,100,870l.
§ In the Account of foreign Merchandize, the official Estimates are in general under the real Value, but in the Instance of Coffee exported, they greatly exceed; and therefore, in order to shew the true comparative State of this Branch of our Trade, the Price of Coffee is reduced to its real Value, as follows, viz.
|Reduced Value of Coffee||3,186,948||3,323,994||1,562,742|
|Official Value of all other Articles||8,900,099||11,094,843||7,760,515|
|Total Value of foreign Goods exported||£.12,087,047||14,418,837||9,323,257|
§ The Account of the Value of the Imports from India and China, for the Year ending 5th January, 1804, cannot yet be prepared.
§ The Difference between the Sums stated in the present Account, and those returned in the Account of last Year, arises from sundry over Entries and Allowances, and other Circumstances, which could not at that Time be ascertained.1145
§ An Account of the official or rated Value of all IMPORTS into GREAT-BRITIAN (exclusive of Importations from the East-Indies and China) during the last seven Years; distinguishing each Year; and the principle Articles imported.
|Species of Goods.||1797.||1798.||1799.||1800.||1801.||1802.||1803.|
|Ashes, Pearl and Pot||121,578||186,707||162,456||238,152||191,327||148,254||142,786|
|Madder, and Madder Roots||166,691||112,962||132,869||213,838||167,025||297,545||214,507|
|Skins and Furs||243,512||285,631||230,647||385,693||259,991||295,324||290,985|
|Wine, Spanish, & other Wines||76,443||143,567||231,657||257,465||214,994||181,717||227,445|
|Wood Timber, Fir||91,811||107,160||111,709||138,893||119,839||191,054||212,038|
|Yarn, Linen, Raw||359,541||440,679||525,367||505,978||423,214||417,829||375,398|
|All other Articles||1,487,131||1,560,393||1,900,935||2,069,088||2,265,416||2,451,311||2,162,738|
|Deduct Corn and other Grain||1,267,689||1,368,771||1,166,377||2,907,665||3,225,615||1,233,939||1,012,869|
|Total (exclusive of Corn and other Grain, and exclusive of Importations from the Eaft-Indies and China||15,803,883||18,862,188||21,386,250||22,720,664||24,145,500||24,413,473||20,634,099|
§ WILLIAM IRVING,
§ Inspector General's Office, Custom-House, London, 6th April 1804.
§ Inspector General of the Imports and Exports of Great-Britain.1147
§ An ACCOUNT of the official or rated value of BRITISH PRODUCE and MANUFACTURES exported from GREAT-BRITAIN, during the last Seven Years; distinguishing each Year; and the principal Articles exported.
|Species of Goods.||1797.||1798.||1799.||1800.||1801.||1802.||1803.|
|Iron, Wrought, Cast, &c.||1,067,691||1,069,290||1,488,074||1,570,810||1,417,715||1,616,204||1,218,038|
|Stockings, Thread, Cotton, and Silk, mixt||103,622||154,447||199,264||180,834||219,184||243,371||167,431|
|All other Articles||4,055,135||3,432,724||4,343,892||3,567,287||3,761,017||4,215,150||2,889,100|
§ WILLIAM IRVING,
§ Inspector General's Office, Custom-House, London, 6th April, 1804.
§ Inspector General of the Imports and Export of Great Britain.1149
§ An Account of the Official or Rates Value of all FOREIGN MERCHANDIZE exported from GREAT-BRITAIN, during the last Seven Years; distinguishing each Year; and the principal Articles exported.
|Piece Goods of India.||Calicoes||1,566,613||1,299,981||1,033,379||1,339,622||978,231||1,541,646||1,483,264|
|Wine, Spanish, and all other Wines||74,518||140,585||91,611||157,474||141,522||58,214||69,780|
|All other Articles||774,436||954,614||930,848||1,061,635||1,111,584||1,364,108||860,495|
|Deduct, over Estimate on Coffee||2,601,297||3,301,748||2,350,972||5,031,898||4,514,845||4,708,996||2,213,891|
§ WILLIAM IRVING,
§ Inspector General's Office, Custom House London, April 6th, 1804.
§ Inspector General of the Imports and Exports of Great Britain.1151
§ 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) which entered Inwards and cleared Outwards, in the several Ports of ENGLAND, from, or to, all Parts of the World, between the 5th January, 1803, and the 5th January, 1804; distinguishing British from Foreign Vessels; and the Countries from whence the said Vessels arrived, or to which they were bound.
|Cape of G. Hope||4||913||61||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||—|
|Denmk. and Norw.||346||44,926||2,721||837||164,766||8,687||454||81,921||4,333||785||155,661||7,804|
|Gibraltar and Streights||16||2,764||146||43||6,391||362||4||800||45|
|Greenland and Davis's Streights||87||26,311||3,385||3||900||78||80||24,328||3,208||—||—||—|
|Guernsey, Jersey, Alderney, &c.||382||27,591||1,620||575||38,244||2,468||—||—||—|
|Honduras (Bay of)||32||8,250||388||17||4,777||297||—||—||—|
|Isle of Man||375||12,606||1,046||427||16,641||1,240||—||—||—|
|Portugal & Madeira||348||46,828||2,602||80||10,045||725||208||33,110||2,125||59||9,396||585|
|Spain and Canaries||199||26,752||1,467||137||19,653||1,988||63||9,264||591||141||20,966||1,237|
|W. Ind Colon||British||479||143,660||7,858||374||111,726||7,070||—||—||—|
§ J. DALLEY,
§ Assistant Register General of Shipping, 24th March, 1804.1137
§ An ACCOUNT of the Number of VESSELS, with the Amount of their Tonnage, which have been annually built and registered in the several Ports of the British Empire, between the 5th January, 1802, and the 5th January, 1804.
|In the Year 1802||being the Accoount delivered last Year, and now corrected.||1,281||137,508|
|In the Year 1803||1,350||131,006|
§ Copies of the Certificates of Registry granted at many of the Ports in the Plantations, for the Year ending 5th January, 1804, being unreceived, the Vessels that may have been built at such Ports are not included in this Account.
§ J. DALLEY,
§ Assistant Reg. General of Shipping, 24th March, 1804.
§ An ACCOUNT of the Number of VESSELS, and the Amount of their Tonnage, and the Number of Men and Boys usually employed in navigating the same, which belonged to the several Ports of the British Empire on the 30th September in the Years 1802 and 1803; distinguishing Great Britain, Ireland, and the British Plantations in America, and the West Indies; as far as the same can be prepared.
|On the 30th Sep. 1802, being the Account delivered last Year, and now corrected.||On the 30th Sept. 1803.|
§ The Returns from many of the Ports in the Plantations being unreceived for the Year ending 30th September, 1803, the Amount of the Shipping at such Ports have been taken from the corrected Accounts of the Year preceding; and the same Mode has been pursued with respect to Ireland, no Account having been delivered to this Office for the Year 1803.
§ J. DALLEY,
§ Assistant Register General of Shipping, 24th March, 1804.1139
§ 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) which entered Inwards and cleared Outwards, in the several Ports of SCOTLAND, from, or to, all Parts of the World, between the 5th January 1803, and the 5th January 1804; distinguishing British from Foreign Vessels; and the Countries from whence the said Vessels arrived, or to which they were bound.
|Denmark and Norway||90||9,613||552||263||33,104||1,984||91||10,701||614||138||19,092||1,074|
|Gibraltar and Streights||2||462||22||2||297||12||1||195||11||—||—||—|
|Gibraltar and Streights||1||194||11||—||—||—||1||121||7||—||—||—|
|Greenland and Davis's Streights||15||4,280||591||—||—||—||15||4,280||598||—||—||—|
|Honduras (Bay of)||2||413||25||—||—||—||3||685||53||—||—||—|
|Isle of Man||31||981||101||—||—||—||40||1,185||129||—||—||—|
|Portugal and Madeira||34||4,361||267||2||210||14||12||1,405||86||1||181||8|
§ J. DALLEY,
§ Assistant Register General of Shipping, 24th March, 1804.1141
§ Estimate of the Sums that will probably be required for the Service of the BARRACK DEPARTMENT, in Great Britain, in the Year 1804.—Dated Dec. 9, 1803.—
§ Signed, Ol. De Lancy, B. M. Gen.
|Coals and Candles||£.302,090|
|Bedding and Furniture||25,000|
|Barrack Masters' Expenditure for Utensils, Straw, Salaries &c||85,485|
|Allowance to Governors||2,857|
|Barrack Office Establishment||13,329|
|Additional Works to Barracks||36,030|
|Additional Works to Hospitals||26,400|
|Repairs, &c. &c.||59,345|
|Stables for Regimental Staff Officers and Bât Horses||25,410|
|For Services ordered in 1803:|
|New hired and fitted||41,450|
|Purchase of Premises, &c.||27,019|
|Furniture and Utensils||266,151|
|On Account of Barracks ordered to be erected, but not yet begun||119,000|
|Fees to be paid at the War Office||28,885|
|Total to be provided in the Year 1804||£.2,303,930|
§ An Account of the Amount of the Notes of the Bank of Ireland, in Circulation (including Bank Post Bills payable after Seven Days Sight) on the 1st January, April, June, and September, 1797, respectively.—Presented to the Houses of Commons.—Dated Dec. 9, 1803.—Signed W. Donlevy, Acct. Gen.
|1797 1st January||621,917||6||4|
§ Abstract from the List, presented to the House of Commons, by Mr. Secretary Yorke, of VOLUNTEER CORPS in Great Britain, which have been placed on permanent Pay and Duty, since first Nov. 1803; as far as the same can be made out.—Dated 20th February, 1804.—Signed, R. Poole Carew, Under Sec. State.
|Cornets or Ensigns||219|
|Trumpeters or Drummers||353|
§ General Abstract of the SUBDIVISION ROLLS, required by Act 43 Geo. III. Cap. 96, so far as the same can be at present made up from the Returns transmitted to the Office of the Secretary of State for the Home Department.—Dated Feb. 15, 1804.—Signed Reginald Pole Carew.
|No. in 1st Class, effective||444,086|
|Army, Marines, Volunteer Corps, Sea Fencibles||139,471|
|Clergy, licenced Teachers, Medical Men, and Constables||24,885|
|Enrolled in Parishes out of the County||2,822|
§ Abstract of an Account of the Amount of PREMIUMS, BOUNTIES, and Sums of Money expended under the Authority of the Act of the 41st Geo. III. Cap, 99, for granting Bounties for taking and bringing Fish to the Cities of London and Westminster, and other Places in the United Kingdom, in the last Season:—Which Premiums or Bounties have been given in consequence of Directions from the Lords Commissioners of his Majesty's Treasury: presented to Parliament, in pursuance of the 3d Sect. of said Act.—Dated 14th Dec. 1803.—Signed, N. Vansittart, Sec. Treasury.
|Ports.||Amount of Premium.|
|Charges and Expenses attending the ascertaining the Bounties||1,561||4||0|
§ An Account of EXTRAORDINARY Expenses of the ARMY, incurred and paid by the right hon. the Paymaster General of his Majesty's Forces, from the 25th Dec. 1803, both inclusive.
|1803. Feb. 7.—To Mrs. Pickstone (late Budd) for Provisions in store in the L. of Jersey and Alderney||1,622||14||4|
|April 20.—To Mrs. Pickstone (late Budd) for Provisions in Guernsey, Jersey, and Alderney||1,353||13||5|
|May 21.—To Mrs. Pickstone (late Budd) for Provisions in Guernsey||1,342||17||8|
|Sep. 21.—The Representatives of Mrs. Pickstone, for Provision in Jersey, Guernsey, and Alderney||1,332||4||5|
|July 16.—G. Duley, Esq. for Provisions supplied by his late Father, Capt. B. Duley, to the late Capt. W. Lacey, for the Use of the Gar. at Gorce||1,127||5||6|
|Sep. 15.—Mr. I. Davis, for Supplies furnished by him to the Troops in Flanders in 1795||937||5||2|
|Bills of Exch. dated 27th May to 30th Sept. 1803, drawn by Ed. Stanley, Consul at Trieste, for Belief of Emigrants||133||12||0|
|Bills of Exch. Dated 3d Oct. 1802, drawn by J. Robley, Pres. at Tobago, for Salary of Sec. and for Stationery||52||13||8|
|Bills of Exch. dated 26th Oct. to 17th Dec. 1802, drawn by W. Eppes, Com. at Newfoundland, for Provisions and Stores furnished the Gar.||661||13||3|
|Bills of Exch. 3d Dec. 1802 to 17th Oct. 1803, drawn by T. Durell, Dep. Com. on the Continent for Continental Claims, for Stores supplied the Army in Flanders, and pay of Dutch Officers||29,041||9||4|
|Bills of Exch. 1st May, 1802 to 1st Nov. 1803, drawn by Lt. Gen. A. Gordon, Lt. Gov. of Jersey, for Subsistence of Jersey Troop, Ordnance Works, and Hire of Vessels, &c.||3,689||5||1|
|Bills of Exch. 1st Dec. 1802 to 1st Nov. 1803, drawn by the Prince of Bouillon, Commandant at Jersey, for Relief of Emigrants||5,500||0||0|
|Bills of Exch. 7th July to 10th Oct. 1801, drawn by G. Burgman, Dep. Com. Gen. in the Mediterranean, for Expenses of Army in Egypt||5,960||0||0|
|Bill, dated 27th Sept. 1801, drawn by R. H. Kennedy, Acting Com. Gen. in Egypt||154||2||6|
|Bills of Ex. dated 12th July, 1803, drawn by Lt. Col. Fahy, Lieut. Gov. of Alderney, for public Services||118||17||6|
|Bills of Ex. 28th Aug. 1802, drawn by T. Carleton, Lt. Gov. of N. Brunswick, for N. Brunswick Reg.||361||0||0|
|Bills of Ex. 14th Sept. 1802, drawn by W. Keppel, Gov. of Martinique, for Chaplain and See's Salary||51||0||0|
|Bills of Ex. 22d Sept. 1802, drawn by A. Green, Dep. Paymaster at Halifax, for Service of Prince Edward's Fencibles||300||0||0|
|Bills of Ex. 6th Jan. 1803, drawn by Lt. Col. C. Stevenson, Commandant at Guernsey, for public Services and Contingencies||281||5||2|
|Bills of Ex. dated 4th March to 15th Nov. 1803, drawn by Maj. Gen. J. Doyle, Commandant at Guernsey, for public Services and Contingencies||6,404||12||5|
|Bill, dated nth April 1801, drawn by A. Fernandes, Assist. Com. Gen. in the Mediterranean, for Expenses of Army in Egypt||500||0||0|
|Bills of Ex. dated 24th Sept. 1802 to 19th Aug. 1803, drawn by J. Halkett, Gov. of the Bahamas, for Provisions and Hire of armed Vessels, and Service of the Ordnance, &c.||17,334||2||4|
|Bills of Ex. 29th June, 1802, to 24th March 1803, drawn by G. Beckwith, Gov. of Bermuda, for military Exp of that Colony||3,772||8||11|
|Bills of Ex. 4th June, 1802, drawn by the hon. W. Wyndham, Envoy at Florence, for Service of Emigrants||2,600||0||0|
|Bills of Ex. 3d June, 1802, drawn by the hon. A. C Johnstone Gov. of Dominica, for Relief of the French Adm. La Crosse||1,500||0||0|
|Bills of Ex. 3d Feb. to 18th June, 1802, drawn by H. Le Mesurier, Com. Gen. in the Mediterranean, for Service of the Army there||80,310||0||0|
|Bills of Ex. 20th Oct. to 30th Nov. 1802, drawn by E. Corbet, Agent for Affairs of St. Domingo, for Pay of himself and Persons employed in his Depart.||840||0||0|
|Bills of Ex. 20th Dec. 1800, drawn by H. Motz, Com. Gen. in the Mediterranean, on acct. of Army in Egypt||20,000||0||0|
|Bills of Ex. 24th March to 24th June 1803, drawn by Brig. Gen. G. Prevost, Lt. Gov. of St. Lucia, for Contingencies||544||10||5|
|Bills of Ex. 28th Sep. 1802 to 24th June, 1803, drawn by S. Dent, Gov. of Grenada, for Contingencies||973||5||10|
|Bill, 28th Dec. 1802, drawn by W. Drummond, Envoy at Naples, for Service of Emigrants||2,000||0||0|
|Bills of Ex. 20th Oct. 1802 to 17th Aug. 1803, drawn by A. Sloane, Consul at Rome, for Service of Emigrants||1,024||14||5|
|Bills of Ex. 15th Feb. 1802 to 2d July, 1803, drawn by Maj. Gen. J. Despard, Pres. of Cape Breton, for hire of a Vessel, the Sec.'s Salary, and Stationery||711||5||0|
|Bills of Ex. 14th Oct. 1802 to 24th July, 1803, drawn by Maj. Gen. G. Nugent, Lt. Gov. of Jamaica, for Allowance of Barracks, Staff, and other mil. Exp.||95,005||9||4|
|Bills of Ex. 14th Nov. 1802 to 14th June, 1803, drawn by Ed. Lavington, Lt. Gov. of the Leeward Islands, for hire of a Schooner, Sec.'s Salary, and Stationery||851||0||0|
|Bills of Ex.17th Aug, 1802 to 30th Sept. 1803, drawn by Sir J. Went-|
|worth, Bart. L. Gov. of Nova Sbotia, for Nova Scotia Regt.||1,066||7||9.|
|Do. 8th June 1803 to 17th Sept. following, drawn by Adm. J. Gambier, Com. in Chief at Newfoundland, for Pub. Services||990||1||7|
|Do. 26th Feb. to 25th May 1803, drawn by Hon. A. Paget, Envoy at Vienna for Relief of Corsican Emigrants residing in the Austrian Dominions||463||5||4|
|Do 1st Dec. 1802 to 31st March 1803, drawn by J. Danelon, V. Consul at Trieste, tor Service of Emigrants||135||15||0|
|Do. 1st Feb. to 31st May 1802, drawn by the Hon. F. North, Gov. of Ceylon for Pub. Services||40,636||0||0|
|Do. 15th Sept. 1802, drawn by H. R. H. Edw. Duke of Kent, Gov. of Gibraltar, for Repairs to barracks, &c.||1,500||0||0|
|Do. 22d Oct. 1802 to 20th July 1803, drawn by Ld. Seaforth, Gov. of Barbadocs, for Sec. Salary, Stationery, and Expenses attending Prosecution of the Pirates of Ship Friendship||1,500||2||5|
|Do. 19th Oct. 1802 to 19th July 1803,drawn by WAV. Bentinck, Gov. of St. Vincent, for Sec. Salary, Stationery, and Hire of a Vessel||242||3||3|
|Do. 13th Nov. 1802 to 31st Oct. 1803, drawn by Ld. R. S. Fitzgerald, Minister at Lisbon, for Service of Emigrants||1,738||7||10|
|Do. 23d Dec. 1802 to 9th Sept. 1803, drawn by Sir A. J. Ball, Bart. Gov. of Malta, for Purchase of Corn for Use of that Island||31,017||16||1|
|Do. 14th March to 2d July 1803, drawn by J. L. Panter, Sec. to the W. India Commission of Inquiry, for the Exp. of the Commission||5,630||0||0|
|Bill dated 3d May 1803, drawn by W. A'Court, Envoy at Naples, for Service of Fr. and Corsican Emigrants||2,000||0||0|
|Bills of Ex. 6th June to 5th Sept. 1803, drawn by H. Tuker, Pies. of Bermuda, for Mil. Exp. of that Colony||2,210||0||0|
|Do. 2d Nov. 1796, drawn by V. Jones, Com. Gen. at the Windward and Leeward Islands, for Ext. Exp. of Troops||500||0||0|
|Do. 29th Aug. 1803, drawn by Sir T. Trigge, K.B. Lt. Gov. of Gibraltar, for Pub. Services||600||0||0|
|Do. 20th April to 30th July 1803, drawn by Col. T. Barrow, Superintend, at Honduras, for Salary of himself, Sec. and Contingencies||410||13||5|
|Do. 13th March 1803, drawn by Gol. C. Craufurd, on Account of Condé Army, &c.||2,529||16||0|
|Do. 20th Oct. 1803, drawn by Col. R. Craufurd||1,095||16||10|
|Bill, 5th Sept. 1803, drawn by H.|
|Elliot, Minister at Naples, for Service of Fr. and Corsican Emigrants||2,000||0.||0.|
|Bills of Ex. 31st Dec. 1800 to 30th June 1802, drawn by J. Glasfurd, acting Com. Gen. in the Windward and Leeward Islands, for Provisions, Stores, and other Ext. Exp. of Forces there||126,723||7||9|
|Do. 30th June 1802 to 31st March 1803, drawn by H. R. H. the Duke of Kent, Gov. of Gibraltar, for sundry special Contingent Services of that Garrison||17,468||9||1|
|Do. 30th June 1803, drawn by Sir T. Trigg, L. Gov. of Dito, for Ditto||5,468||4||2|
|Do. 7th April 1802 to 1st Feb. 1803, drawn by the Dep. Paymaster at the Cape of G. Hope, for Contingent and Ext. Exp. of Forces in that Colony||62,544||7||10|
|Do. 26th April to 24th May 1803, drawn by the Acting Dep. Paymaster in the Province of N. Brunswick, for Ext. Exp. of Forces in that Province||2,000||0||0|
|Cash paid by the Dep. Paymaster in Canada, for Ext. Exp. of Army in that Province, for 3 Qrs., to 24th June, 1803.||52,895||15||0|
|Do. by the Acting Dep. Paymaster in N. Scotia, for the Ext. Exp. of Army in that Province, for one Year, to 24th Sept. 1803||38,556||16||5|
|May 28.—Messrs. Harman and Co. to be remitted to Russia, in full Satisfaction and Discharge of ail Sums due under the several Treaties entered into with his Imp. Maj. the Emp. of Russia||63,000||0||0|
|Deduct Cash received of Messrs. S. Thornton and Co. on Acct. of Representatives of Cornwall Smalley, Esq. being Balance of Acct. of Russian and Austrian Subsidy||11,940||17||3||51,059||2||9|
|27.—G. Best, Esq. in Reimbursement of Sums advanced by Hanoverian Gov. in 1797, 8, 9, 1800, and 1801, for Pensions to Invalids of Electoral Troops, late in the Pay of G. Britain||30,288||0||0|
|1802. Dec. 30.—Do. for Rations and Portions for Augmentation to Hanoverian Troops in Pay of G. Britain. from 1st Feb. 1794 to the Day of their March from Hanover||3,736||13||6|
|1803. Jan, 6.—Sundry Officers, for Value of their Horses delivered over to Gov. at Lisbon, upon their Embarkation for Egypt, in 1800||358||1||0|
|22.—Lt, Col. Whetham, as an Indemnification for Charges he incurred, and Losses sustained, in making Preparations to enable him to take Possession of the Gov. of the Island of Curaçoa||3,000||0||0|
|28.—Sundry Officers sent on a special Mission to the Domi-|
|nions of the Grand Signior, for their travelling Expenses from thence to England||960||6||0.|
|29.—Ensign G. Wilkinson, 35th Foot, for Cure of a Wound received in Action in Holland||13||9||0|
|Feb. 2.—G. Knox, Esq. Exec, of Maj.-Gen. Knox, for Exp. incurred by him for his Outfit on his Appointment as Lt, Gov. of Jamaica||1,000||0||0|
|3.—Lt. Col. F. A. Wctherall, for Exp. attending Cure of his Wounds, and for his Passage from the West-Indies||66||3||0|
|4.—Capt. J. M3ister, of the 2d Bat. of the 20th Foot, for Exp. attending Cure of a Wound received in Holland||87||3||0|
|5.—Gen. O'Hara, for ext. contingent Exp. of Regts. at Gibraltar, from ill July to 31ft Dec. 1801||27||9||8|
|26.—Representatives of Sir Ad. Campbell, for Balance of his Acct. as Lt. Gov. and Com. in Chief of Jamaica||46||4||0|
|March 4.—Lord Minto, to reimburse like Sum paid by him to Corsican Emigrants, between 27th Dec. 1800, and 22d Oct. 1801||971||1||0|
|18.—Mr. J. T. Evans, for Exp. in landing and storing Provisions from Transports in Minorca, &c.||29||3||0|
|24.—Lt. Col. J. A. Schalch, of the Royal Artillery, for undrawn Rations while serving at Goree||206||16||0|
|28,—W. Huskisson, Esq. for certain Supplies of Clothing, and other Requisites, for Native Troops in Ceylon, and sundry Articles for Pub. Service, and for Advances to Officers going out||3,130||17||11|
|30.—W. Chinnery, Esq. for Amt. of Int. allowed on Balance of Acct. of Lt. Col. H. Rudyerd, as commanding Engineer in Canada, and for Part of a Surcharge in his said Acct.||346||5||4|
|April 1.—To discharge a Bill of Ex. drawn by Agent for Packets at Barbadoes, upon the Postmaster-General, for hire of a Brig employed by him on a special Service, by Directions of the Sec. of State||1,000||0||0|
|4.—M. Setaro, Esq. late Portugueze Com. Gen., acting with the Brit. Auxil. Army in Portugal; as an Indemnification for actual Loss sustained by him, in supplying the Brit. Army m Portugal with Bread and Bailey||9,618||2||7|
|6.—Mess. Ommaney and Druce, to be distributed among the Officers and Crews of Squadron that captured the Island of Goree, being the Amount of Provisions, Stores, &c. captured in said Island, and applied to Use of Forces in Garrison||5,933||15||0|
|25.—Comte de Damas for Levy Money, Clothing, and other Contingent Disbursements, on Acct. of Infantry of late Corps de Damas, employed in Condé Army||3,010||16||0|
|May 4.—Lt. Gen. Fox, for Equipage Money, on his Appointment as Gen. and Commander of Forces in the Mediterranean||1,000||0||0|
|Col. W. Hutchinson of 49th Foot, for Exp. attending Cure of a Wound received in Holland||22||1||0|
|5.—Mr. J. Miller, for Detention on Public Service, during the Time the Army was in Egypt||105||6||0|
|13.—Lt. W. Mackenzie, late of 4^d Foot, and Storekeeper in the Qr. Master Gen.'s Department in the Mediterranean, for Exp. in landing and embarking Stores, &c.||65||11||0|
|June 2.—F. N. Rossi, to enable him to proceed to Ceylon to join the Malay Corps||155||6||0|
|6.—W. Huskisson, Esq. for Supplies of Clothing and other Requisites for Native Troops in Ceylon, and sundry Articles for Pub. Service, and for Advances to Officers going out||2,921||13||11|
|8.—Maj. W. Grey, of 17th Foot, for Cure of a Wound received in Action in Holland||88||18||9|
|Lt. Col. Graham, of 27th Foot, for do.||59||18||0|
|14.—Mr. P. Ferick, for Rations due and undrawn by him, between May 1779 and Dec. 1783, while serving as Surgeon at Goree||383||17||0|
|23.—Mr. T. P. Courtenay, for Stationery delivered for Public Service at Canada||557||0||0|
|25—Mrs. T. Grant, Widow of the late Lt. Col. J. Grant, of 46th Foot, as a Remuneration for Services rendered by her late Husband, as Brit. Agent at St. Domingo||1,500||0||0|
|July 9.—Maj. Gen. Wilford, for Sabres delivered into his Majesty's Stores, and to a Provincial Corps in St. Domingo, and replaced to York Hussars||316||14||0|
|26.—P. F. Thorne, Esq. for Balance of his Account as Maj. Commandant of Islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon, between 191b Nov. 1793, and Sept. 1794||8||7||11|
|Aug. 19.—Lt. Col. Turner, for Exp. in removing certain Articles taken from the French at Alexandria||300||0||0|
|C. Rooke, Esq. for bringing home Dispatches from Major General Stuart in Egypt||320||6||0|
|26.—Capt. J. L. Weir, for bringing Dispatches containing Intel, of Capture of St. Lucia||500||0||0|
|Mr. W. Webb, for repairing a House in St. Lucia for Use of sick Prisoners at War||355||6||0|
|Sept. 9.—Representatives of Lt.|
|Col. Irving, for a Surcharge in his Account as Dep. Qr. Master Gen. at Quebec, from 1760 to 1765||203||6||0|
|15.—W. Merry, Esq. for his Majesty's Proportion of 1,280¼ Chald. of Coals deliv. at Gibraltar for the Use of Garrison||1,984||7||9|
|24.—Capt F. Millar, late Barrack Master at Grenada, for Disburs. incurred in Barrack Matter General's Department||720||16||8|
|26.— Gen. W. Dalrymple, for Balance of his Account as Quarter Master Gen. in America, from 1ft April 1780 to 30th June 1782.||1,383||15||3|
|Oct. 10.—Capt. E. A. Draper, for bringing Dispatches containing Intel. of Capture of Tobago||500||0||0|
|Nov. 1.—Messrs. Ommaney and Druce, to be paid over to Sir C. Hamilton, late Com. of Ship Melpomene, and to Officers and Crew thereof, as an Allowance for the Petit Courier, French Schooner, and her Stores, captured by them at Goree in i800, and sold for Use of Garrison in that Island||595||8||1|
|7.—Mrs. M. Watts, Widow of Cap. Watts, of Ship Osprey, for a Boat deliv. by her late Husband to Col. Frazer in 1800, for Use of Garrison at Goree||20||15||0|
|Dec. 3.—Maj. Gen. Wemyss, for Exp. on Passage of himself and Suire to the Island of Ceylon||605||6||0|
|Sir J. Craig, for Equipage Money, on proceeding to take Command of the Cape of G. Hope||500||0||0|
|Col. J. Abercromby, for bringing Intelligence of Surrender of Alexandria||500||0||0|
|5.—W. Walker, Esq. to pay a Bill remaining due on his Contingent Account as Commissary at the Island of St. Vincent||255||6||0|
|12.—W. Merry, Esq. for his Majesty's Proportion of 903½ Chal. of Coals, deliv. at Gibraltar for Use of Garrison||1,400||8||6|
|Do. for additional Duties and Freight of 1,280¼ Chal. of Coals delivered at do.||956||8||3|
|22.—Do. for additional do. of 903½ Chal. of do. deliv. at do.||720||13||10|
|Jan. 4.—Pay of sundry Gen. and Staff Officers, and Officers of Hospital at home, in Years 1800 and 1801||6,598||1||0|
|5.—Dr. J. Phelan, for 122 days Pay as Physician in Gt. Britain, to 24th Dec. 1801||115||11||3|
|3.—Pay of sundry Gen. and Staff Officers at home, for various Periods||881||8||5|
|22.—Count de Meuron, for 1 Qrs. Subsidy to 25th Sept. 1802, for continuing his Corps in his Majesty's Service||750||0||0|
|Sir W. Fawcett, K. B. for 182 Days additional Pay as late Adj. Gen., to 24th June 1802||689||12||1|
|25.—J. B. Clarke, for Pay as Assistant Commis. at Cape Breton, from 26th Aug. 1801 to 26d May 1802||160||10||0|
|Mr. J. Clarke, for 319 Days Pay as Assist. Commis. in N. America, to 18th Aug. 1802||239||5||0|
|26.—Sundry Persons sent on special Service to Constantinople, for their Ext. Pay, from 28th Nov. 1801 to 21st Oct. 1802, the Termination of the Service||2,003||18||0|
|28.—Capt. Fletcher and Mr. H. P. Wightman, who were on the above Service, for an additional Allowance||474||11||0|
|Feb. 2.— Gen. D. Dundas for 125 Days additional Pay as Qr. Master Gen. to 28th April 1802.||473||12||7|
|Do. for 57 Days Do. as Qr. Master Gen. to 24th June 1802||323||19||3|
|3.—Representatives of late J. Rush, Esq. for 365 Days Add. Pay as Inspector of Regimental Hospitals, to 24th Dec. 1801||518||12||6|
|4.—Col. J. Burnet, Mil. Superintendant of Hospitals, for Pay of himself and Resident Superintendants under his Command, from 25th June to 24th Dec. 1801||390||9||0|
|5.—Sundry Persons for half Pay for various Periods, for their late Services on the Rivers and Lakes in Canada||131||19||6|
|7.—Pay of sundry Gen. and Staff Officers, for several Periods||401||12||6|
|8.—Lieut. R. Griffith, for forwarding Deserters to and from Ireland, from 25th Dec. 1800 to 24th Dec. 1801||53||3||0|
|T. he Breton for 243 Days Pay as Maj. of Brigade in Jersey, to 14th Aug 1799||115||1||10|
|D. of Richmond, for Pay of a Supernum. Qr. Master of Royal Reg. of Horse Guards, from 25th Dec. 1800 to 24th Dec. 1801||146||18||10|
|9.—Mr. R. Stewart, for 61 Days pay as Dep. Purveyor of Hospitals to the Forces under Sir R. Abercromby, to 24th Dec. 1800||28||17||9|
|17.—Capt. S. Brown, for 152 days Pay as Assist. Qr. Master in the Mediterranean, to 24th Oct. 1801||71||19||10|
|28.—F. Hutchinson, for 365 Days Pay as Assistant Commis. in America, to 29th Oct. 1802||182||10||0|
|March 1.—Pay of sundry Gen. and Staff Officers and Officers of the Hospital, in 1800 and 1801||970||12||4|
|Do. Do. in i800 and 1802||793||11||1|
|Sundry Persons for Half Pay, for various Periods, for their Services on the Rivers and Lakes in Canada||476||1||6|
|2.—D. of Yorke, for Add. Pay of his Public Secy. and for Pay of a Private Secy. from 25th Dee. 1799 to 24th Dec. 1800||1,210||2||6|
|Do. for Do. from 25th Dec. 1800 to 24th Dec. 1801||1,210||2||6|
|Col. T. Hislop, for Pay as Brig. Gen. for the Period of his holding the Command of Forces at|
|Demerara, from 24th April 1796 to 24th Dec. 1801||2,941||4||10|
|D. of York, for Pay of certain Commissioned and Warrant Officers attached to Coldstream Regf. of Foot Guards in 1801||702||12||6|
|3.—Mr. A. M. Brown, for 149 Days Pay as late Barrack Master Gen. of St. Vincent, to 17th Feb. 1803||45||9||0|
|4.—Lt. Gen. Carleton, for Half a Year's Allowance as Gov. of Province of N. Brunswick, to 24th Dec. 1801||250||0||0|
|A. Howe, for 226 Days Pay as Commis. in Prince Edward's Island, to 24th Sept. 1802||169||10||0|
|J. B. Butler, for 400 Days Pay, as Dep. Com. Gen. in N. America, to 18th May 1802||200||0||0|
|7.—Pay of certain Staff Officers and Officers of the Hospitals serving at home, for several Periods, to 24th June 1802||3,583||13||8|
|9.—Pay of several Gen. and Staff Officers, for various Periods||277||6||0|
|14.—M. C. Mason, for 947 Days Pay as Commis. of Accounts to Forces formerly employed on the Continent, to 5th Feb. 1800||1,794||2||2|
|15.—Col. H. Calvert, for 182 days addit. Pay as Adj. Gen. to 24th June 1802||431||0||0|
|Representatives of Sir C. Stuart, for 121 Days personal Pay as Com. in Chief in the Mediterranean, to 24th April 1800||1,146||3||8|
|18.—Col. H. Calvert, Adj. Gen. for 365 Pays Pay of an Assistant, to 24th Dec. 1801||172||17||6|
|Col. J. Stewart, for 117 Days Pay as Brig. Gen. at Gibraltar, to 24th June 1800||166||4||10|
|Pay of sundry Assistant Qr. Masters Gen. in the Mediterranean, in 1800 and 1801||219||5||8|
|22.—D. of Gloucester, for Pay of certain commissioned and warrant Officers attached to 1st Reg. of Foot Guards, but not borne on Estab., from 25th Dec. 1800 to the 24th Dec. 1801||874||9||7|
|April 22.—77 Days Allowance to Sir J. Dick, late one of the Comptrollers of Accounts of the Army, to 24th Dec. 1802||210||19||3|
|F. Hutchinson, for additional Pay as Assist. Commis. of Forces in N. America, from 25th July 1801 to 29th Oct. 1802||120||10||0|
|26.—T. Keate, Esq. for 365 Days addit. Fay as Surgeon Gen. to 24th Dec. 1802||518||12||6|
|27.—Ct.de Meuron, for 1 Qarter's Subsidy, to 25th Dec. 1802, for continuing his Corps in His Maj. Service||750||0||0|
|29.—Col. J. L. Gower, for 547 Days Pay as Aid-de-Camp to his Majesty, to 24th June 1802||283||18||4|
|May 4.—Maj. Hudson Lowe, for Pay and Allowances, as Commandant of fate Corsican Rangers, from 5th July 1800 to 24th Dec. 1802, and to Assist.|
|Surgeon S. W. Robins, of the same Corps||876||8||3|
|7.—D. Fraser, late Captain in Queen's American Rangers, for 1 Year's Allowance, to 31ft Dec. 1801, for his long Services||40||0||0|
|7.—D. Fraser, late Captain in Queen's American Rangers, for 1 Year's Allowance, to 31ft Dec. 1803, for his long Services||40||0||0|
|10.—Lt. Col. Paterson, for his extra Allowance, as Assist. Qr. Master Gen. from 25th Dec. 1801 to 24th Dec. 1802||86||8||9|
|12.—Maj. Gen. J. Stewart, for Pay on the Staff at Gibraltar for 352 Days, to 11th Dec. 1801||826||19||2|
|14.—Late Mr. H. Lowe, for 24 Days Pay, as Assist. Inspector of Hospitals at Gibraltar, to 10th Oct. 1801||22||14||8|
|17.—Pay of sundry Gen. and Staff Officers, and Officers of the Hospitals, for several Periods, to 24th Dec. 1802||3,617||6||8|
|17.—Pay of sundry Gen. and Staff Officers, and Officers of the Hospitals, in several Years||639||12||8|
|Pay of sundry Assistant Surgeons of 1st and 2d Regiments of Foot Guards, when employed on Foreign Service in 1799||83||17||6|
|D. of York, for add. Pay of Assist. Surgeons of Coldstream Regt. of Ft. Guards, while employed on Foreign Service||111||2||6|
|Sir W. Fawcett, for Pay and add. Pay, as late Adj. Gen. for 183 Days, to 14th Dec. 1802||866||14||10|
|25.—Capt. R. Plampin, for 59 Days Pay as Chief Aid-de-Camp to Adm. Goodall, when Gov. of Toulon, to 30th Oct. 1793||29||10||0|
|26.—Lt. Col. Fraser, to complete his Pay as Command, of Island of Gorce, from 28th Aug. 1800 to 15th Oct. 1802||872||0||0|
|R. White for ½ a Year's Allowance as late Agent for the Honduras District, to 1st April, 1803||75||0||0|
|28.—Lt. Col. Losack, for 182 Days Pay, as Brig. Maj. Gen. at home, to 24th June, 1798||129||6||0|
|June 2.—Representatives of John Carmody, for his Pay for 1 Year and 291 Days, as Dep. Com. Gen. to Forces in the W. Indies, to 11th Oct. 1800||328||0||0|
|6.—Mr.A. Robertson, for 91 Days Pay as Dep. Inspector of Hospitals at Jamaica, to 24th August 1803||129||5||11|
|9.—Pay of several Staff Officers, and Officers of the Hospitals, for sundry Periods in 1800 and 1802||87||2||8|
|P. Marignac, for Pay as Apothecary to Forces in Portugal for 30 Days in 1797, and for 122 Days in 1802||71||19||10|
|17.—F. Knight, Esq. for 363 Days add. Pay, as Inspector of Reg. Hospitals, to 24th Dec. 1802||515||15||7|
|18.—Gen.D.Dundas, for 365 Days Pay of his two Assistants, as Qr. Mr. Gen. to 24th Dec. 1802||72||17||6|
|22.—Sir L. Pepys, for 365 Days add. Pay, as Physician Gen. to 24th Dep. 1802||518||12||6|
|24.—Dr. J. Franck, for 120 Days|
|Pay, as Inspector of Hospitals in Egypt, to 24th June, 1802||227||6||10|
|July 25.—Mr. A. M. Brown, for 149 Days Pay, as late Barrack Master Gen. of St. Vincent, to 16th July, 1803||45||9||0|
|28.—Pay of Supernum. Non-com. Officers and Privates of 3d Foot Guards, from 25th Dec. 1802 to 24th March, 1803||780||0||0|
|Aug. 3.—Mr. G. P. Toosy, for 122 Days Pay, as Apothecary to the Forces, to 24th Oct. 1803||57||15||8|
|8.—Sir J. Fitzpatrick, for 183 Days Pay, as Inspector of Health in G. Britain, to 24th Dec. 1802||346||13||11|
|17.—W. Huskisson, Esq. to be advanced to sundry Officers of Malay Regts. at Ceylon, for 6 Months Pay, to enable them to join their Regiments||2,000||0||0|
|22.—M. Petrie, Esq. for 304 Days add. Pay, as Commis. of Accounts to Army of Portugal and Corsica, to 24th June, 1803||608||0||0|
|25.—Col. C. W. Este, for 310 Days addt. Pay, as Sec. to late Sir J. Vaughan and Maj. Gen. Irving in the W. Indies, to 18th March 1796||77||10||0|
|30.—Sir D. Dundas, for 183 Days add. Pay, as Qr. M. Gen. to 24th Dec. 1802||1,040||1||10|
|Sep. 2.—Mr. W. R. Morel, for 120 Days Pay, as Surgeon, to 24th June, 1802||56||16||8|
|10.—Dr. E. Somers, for 92 Days Pay, as Physician to Forces at the Cape of G. Hope, to 12th July, 1803||87||2||11|
|15.—Mr. M. Petrie, for 304 Days Pay, as Commis. of Accounts to Forces in Portugal, to 24th June, 1803||575||18||8|
|22.—Sir C Holloway, who was employed on a special Mission in Egypt, for ½ a Year's Allowance for his Services, to 5th July, 1803||215||12||0|
|26.—Mess. Sewell and Chandler, Execrs. of late N. Whitworth, for ½ Pay and full Pay, as Assistant and Dep. Comm. in the Mediterranean, &c. for various Periods||220||10||0|
|27.— Lt. Col. Moore, for ½ a Year's Allowance to 24th Sept. 1802, for his long Services||75||0||0|
|27.— Lt. Col. Moore, for ½ a Year's Allowance to 24th March, 1803, for his long Services||75||0||0|
|28.—T. Roope, for 340 Days Pay, as Assist. Comm. in Leeward Islands, to 31st Aug. 1803||85||0||0|
|Lt. Col. M. Van, Coehorn for 426 Days Pay, as Command. of Royal Dutch Battalion in his Maj.'s Service at Surinam, to 24th Dec. 1802||339||0||6|
|J. B. Clarke, for Pay as Assist. Commis. at Cape Breton, from 23d May, 1802 to 1st April, 1803||235||10||0|
|Oct. 26.—Mr. R. Lewis, for 157 Days Pay as Apothecary to|
|Forces at Gibraltar, to 24th Jan.1804||64||17||9|
|31.—Ct. de Mcuron, for ½ a Year's Subsidy to 25th June, 1803, for continuing his Corps in his Majesty's Service||1,500||0||0|
|Nov. 1.—E. Home, Esq. for 365 Days Pay as Surgeon to the Forces, 10 14th Dec. 1802||172||17||6|
|4.—Mr.W. Cathcart, for 396 Days Pay as Dep. Purveyor, to 24th Jan. 1804||187||11||1|
|7.—Sir W. Fawcett, for 182 Days Pay, and add. Pay as late Adj. Gen. to 24th June, 1803||862||0||1|
|Mr. A. Jaffray, for 2 Years and 190 Days Pay, as Dep. Commis. Gen. in the W. Indies, to 25th June, 1799||460||0||0|
|10.—Mr. J. Ramsay, for Difference between Pay of a Regimental Surgeon and a Staff Surgeon, from 6th Nov. 1793 to 8th April, 1794||43||15||3|
|Dec. 2.—Pay of sundry Officers of Garrison of Minorca, for various Periods in 1801 and 1802||730||5||10|
|Pay of sundry Assistant Qr. Master Gens. for 92 Days, to 24th June, 1803||87||2||10|
|3.— Lt. Col. Burnett, Mil. Superintend, of Hospitals, for Pay of himself and Resident Superintendents under his Command, from 25th Dec. 1801 to 24th June, 1802||387||18||0|
|3.— Lt. Col. Burnett, Mil. Superintend, of Hospitals, for Pay of himself and Resident Superintendents under his Command, from 25th June to 24th Dec. 1802||390||0||9|
|Pay of sundry Gen. and Staff Officers serving at Gibraltar, for various Periods||1,246||11||10|
|6.—Mr. C. Lind, for 377 Days as Assist. Inspect. of Hospitals, to 25th May, 1803||357||2||4|
|D. of Richmond, for Pay of a Supernum. Qr. Master of Royal Regt. of Horse Guards, from 25th Dec. 1801 to 24th June, 1802||73||5||6|
|7.—T.Young, for 182 Days Pay as Inspector of Hospitals, to 24th June, 1803||517||4||0|
|Sundry Persons, for 92 Days Pay as Medical Officers, to 24th Sept. 1802||88||1||10|
|T. Ross, for 62 Days Pay as Apothecary in the Mediterranean, to 24th Sept. 1802||29||7||3|
|Sundry Persons, for Pay as Officers of the Hospitals, for various Periods||450||8||0|
|8.—Pay of sundry Staff Officers and Officers of the Hospital in America, from 25th June to 24th Dec. 1802||909||7||2|
|G. Brinley, for 403 Days add. Pay as Commis. Gen. in America, to a 1st July, 1803||604||10||0|
|9.—Dr. Mc. Neill, for Pay as Officers of Hospitals, for sundry Periods||46||8||3|
|Sir D. Dundas, for 108 Days add. Pay as Qr. Master Gen. to 11th April, 1803||613||16||6|
|Sir D. Dundas, for 90 Days Pay of two Assistants, to 24th March, 1804||42||12||6|
|J. B. Butler, for 220 Days add. Pay as Dep. Commis. Gen. in North America, to 24th Dec. 1802||110||0||0|
|10.—Col. J. Burnet, Mil. Superintend, of Hospitals, for Pay of himself and resident Superintendants, from 25th Dec. 1802 to 24th June, 1803||387||18||0|
|Pay of sundry Hospital Officers Abroad, for various Periods||173||6||10|
|12.—Pay of sundry Staff Officers, for various Periods||210||5||9|
|12.—Pay of sundry Gen. Officers in Great Britain, for several Periods||2,024||5||3|
|D. of York, for add. Pay of his Pub. Sec. and for Pay of his Priv. Sec. from 25th Dec. 1801 to 24th Dec. 1802||1,210||2||6|
|Col. H. Calvert, for 183 Days add. Pay, as Adj. Gen. to 24th Dec. 1802||433||7||10|
|Col. H. Calvert, for 182 Days add. Pay, as Adj. Gen. to 24th June, 1803||431||0||0|
|Col. H. Calvert, for 365 Days Pay of an Assist. to 24th Dec. 1802||172||17||6|
|H. Hulton, for 183 Days Pay, as Major of Brigade in G. Britain, to 24th Dec. 1802||86||13||5|
|Col. Hislop, to complete his Pay for 365 Days, to 24th Dec. 1802, as a Brig. Gen.||518||12||6|
|14.—Maj. R. Hope, who was employed on a Mil. Mission in Egypt, for ½ a Year's Allowance, to 5th July, 1803||125||0||0|
|F. Knight, Esq. for 182 Days add. Pay, as Inspector of Regt. Hospitals, to 24th June, 1803||258||12||0|
|Sundry Persons, for ½ Pay for their Services on the Rivers and Lakes in Canada, for various Periods||211||7||6|
|Lt. Griffith, for superintending the Service of forwarding Deserters to and from Ireland, from 35th Dec. 1801 to 24th Dec. 1802||53||3||0|
|16.—Mr. R. While, for ½ a Year's Allowance for his Services, as late Agent for the Honduras District, to 1st Oct. 1803||75||0||0|
|Mr. A. Baillie, for 123 Days Pay, as Assist. Inspect, of Hospitals in the Mediterranean, to 34th Sept. 1802||116||10||3|
|21.—Col. Dirom, for Pay of an Assist as Dep. Qr. Master Gen. in N. Britain, from 25th Dec. 1801 to 34th May, 1802||35||14||9|
|Mess Trotter, for providing Hospital Bedding, Camp Necessaries, Knapsacks, Stores, &c. for use of the Forces||130,734||4||10|
|Bât, Baggage and Forage for sundry Corps of Regulars and Militia, and Forage to several Gen. and Staff Officers, and Officers of the Hospitals attending the Forces||138,799||11||11|
|Jan. 13.—J. Geddes, Esq. for Sums expended by him for Use of Forces in N. Britain, in 1801||9,272||11||9|
|14.—Bill of Ex. drawn by the R. Bank of Scotland for the Ex-|
|change on the Difference between the Amt. of Bills drawn in Favour of the Rec. Gen. of the Land Tax in Scotland, and the Amt, of Bills drawn for the Use of the Troops there, from 45th Dec. 1801 to 24th Dec. 1802, and for an Allowance to said Bank for providing Specie for Troops in Scotland for said Period||3,482||14||11|
|Col. A. Mackay, for his contingent Exp. as Dep. Adj. Gen. in N. Britain, from 25th June to 24th Dec. 1801||78||3||0|
|Lt. Col. A. Dirom for his contingent Exp. as Dep. Qr. Master Gen. in N. Britain, from 25th June to 24th Dec. 1801||78||3||0|
|March 29—Lt. Col. A. Dirom for sundry Expenses incurred by him as from 25th June to 24th for the Year 1801||215||11||6|
|April 4.—Representatives of John Powell, Esq. for Balance of an Acct. of Monies advanced for Out-Pensioners in N. Britain, ordered for Garrison in 1782||766||7||0|
|May 18.—W. Fettes, Esq. on Acct. of the extra Exp. of Oatmeal, &c. furnished to several Garrisons in N. Britain in 1802||954||19||11|
|Aug. 2.—J. Geddes, for Sums expended by him for Use of Forces in N. Britain in 1802||2,195||4||2|
|Dec. 21.—Col. Dirom, for his contingent Disbursements, as Dep. Qr. Master Gen. in N. Britain, from 25th Dec. 1801 to 24th June, 1802||78||3||0|
|Col. Mackay, for his contingent Disburs. as Dep. Adj. Gen. in N. Britain, from 25th Dec. 1801 to 24th June, 1802||78||3||0|
|Col. Mackay, for his contingent Disburs. as Dep. Adj. Gen. in N. Britain, from 25th June to 24th Dec. 1802||78||3||0|
|Sundry Articles of Clothing, Accoutrements, and Necessaries, furnished for Use of Forces, and to Supernumerary Men, and Augmentations to divers Corps||20,720||11||4|
|To make good Deficiencies on Assignments of Off-reckonings of sundry Corps that were reduced or disbanded, at various Periods||57,048||4||3|
|Great Coats supplied to sundry Corps||56,653||7||5|
|Deduct Cash stopped from the Off-reckonings of several Corps of Infantry, on Assignments, commencing subsequent to 25th Dec. 1798, and ending 24th Dec. 1801, pursuant to his Maj.'s Warrant of 23d April, 1801||18,922||8||10|
|1802. Dec. 29.—Mr. J. Buffa, as a Remuneration for long Services, as Physician to Forces on Foreign Service, and the Losses sustained when taken Prisoner on his Passage from Halifax||187||6||0|
|1803. Jan. 22.—Mr. Donaldson, to be paid over to Barnffshire, Reg. of Fencibles, for Loss sustained by Exch. on passing Bills for Pay at Gibraltar, between 23d June, 1800 and 25th Oct. 1801||1,086||6||3|
|26.—Mr. J. Perry, Paymaster of late 2d Argyllshire Fencibles, to be distributed among the Officers of said Regt. Loss by Exch. at Gibraltar||1,094||11||3|
|Mr. S. M. Jonas, for Losses sustained by him in supplying Horses and sundry Articles for Use of Army on its Retreat from Dunkirk in 1793||651||4||2|
|27.—Mr R. Dewar, Assist. Surg. of 41st Ft for Loss of Baggage, &c. taken by the Enemy at St. Vincene's in 1796||60||17||0|
|Feb. 1.—Lt. P. Power of Lancashire Volunteers, for Loss of Baggage, on Passage from Liverpool to Dublin||31||1||0|
|3.—Lt. Hubert de Salve, of 1st Bat. of 60th Ft. for Losses by the Wreck of ship King George in the West Indies||31||1||0|
|Maj. A. Stewart, of 1st Bat. of 1st Ft. for Losses at the Evacuation of Toulon||63||3||0|
|4.—Gen. Maitland, for replacing sundry Accoutrements of 49th Regt. of Ft. lost on Service at St. Domingo||183||4||9|
|4.—Gen. Maitland, for replacing sundry Accoutrements of 49th Regt. lost by Wreck of Denton Transport off Guernsey||129||3||0|
|4.—Gen. Maitland, for Looses of several Officers of Accoutrements Regt. by Wreck of Denton Transport off Guernsey Ship||42||11||0|
|Lt. Gen. Coates, for replacing sundry Accoutrements of 2d Regt. of Ft. lost by Wreck of Dutton East Indiaman||103||6||0|
|7.—Gen. Fletcher, for replacing Great Coats of 1st Bat. of 35th Ft. lost on Service in Holland||205||11||9|
|March 2.—Maj. Gen. Wilford, for replacing sundry Appointments of York Hussars, lost on Service at St Domingo||1,509||16||0|
|Lt. Gen. de Lancey, for replacing sundry Accoutrements and appointments of 17th Drag, delivered into His Maj.'s Stores, and to a Provincial Corps in St. Domingo||1,631||11||1|
|12.—Mess. Dickey, for replacing Great Coats, lost by Deserters from 1st Bat. of 52d Foot||29||18||0|
|16.—Lt. L. Spinluff, of 6th Drag. for Loss of a first Chatger, shot for the Glanders||48||6||0|
|May 3.—D. Flyn, Master of Sloop Three Friends, as a Compensation for Losses, in consequence of Proclam. of 26th Dec. 1792, directing a gen. Embargo on all Vessels bound to France||170||2||0|
|4.—Major. P. Bellew, to be paid to the Officers and Staff Serj. of 2d Bat. of 5th Regt. of Ft. for Loss on Bills of Exch.|
|drawn for their Pay and Allowances when at Gibraltar||1,060||19||8|
|13.—Lt. Col. G. Stewart of 35th Ft. for Loss of Baggage in Guadaloupe in 1794, when a Capt. in 33d Foot||41||9||8|
|17.—Maj. W. Grey, of 17th Ft. for Loss of Baggage and Camp Equipage in Holland in 1799||36||1||0|
|June 8.—Lt. Gen. Stevens, for replacing Accoutrements of 65th Ft. which were destroyed by Leakage on Board La Sensible, on Passage to Cape of G. Hope||65||12||8|
|17.—Mrs. A. Robinson, widow of Lt. R. N. Robinson of the Marines, for Loss of his Baggage at St. Lucia, when taken by the Enemy||65||6||0|
|25.— H. L. Frizell, late Capt. in the Prince of Wales's own Regt. of Fencibles, for Loss of Baggage on his Passage from Gibraltar||63||3||0|
|27.—W.Tail, late Lt. of the Loyal Irish Fencibles, for Loss of Baggage on his Passage to Jersey||26||1||0|
|28.—Mr. A. Jameson, late Surgeon to the Garrison of Fort La Malgue near Toulon, for Loss of Baggage on the Evacuation of that Place||13||13||0|
|30.—Mad. de Thiballier, as a Compensation of Losses sustained by her late Husband Col. F. de Thiballier, while Commandant of a Regt. of Infantry, in the Brit. Service at St. Evacuation of that Place mingo||456||1||0|
|July 2.—Representatives of Gen. Lascelles, for replacing sundry Articles of Appointments of 8th Drag. which were lost on Service at Cape of Good Hope||1,660||10||11|
|8.—Lt. C. Reynolds, late of 80th Ft. for Loss of a Horse killed by the Enemy on the Continent||19||19||0|
|9.—Mr. P. Grant, of 55th Ft. for Loss of pub. Money in Holland in 1799||129||15||3|
|Aug. 4—Ld. Kensington, for replacing Clothing and Accoutrements of Cambrian Fencibles, lost by Wreck of Weymouth Transport||706||3||1|
|Sep. 13.—Maj. Gen. Wemyss, for Losses sustained by him by the Rate of Exch. on his Pay, while Brig. Gen. on the Staff at Gibraltar||231||16||2|
|Oct. 20.—Mr. J. Stocker, for an Indemnification for Loss by Fire, in a Magazine provided by him for Stockland Volunteers||182||12|
|Nov. 7.—D. of Kent, for Loss of his Milit. Equipage, as late Com. in Chief in America, on board Francis Transport||2,000|
|Dec. 3.—Mr. I. Hamilton, Paymaster of 5th Ft. for Losses of Officers of said Regt. on Bills of Exch. drawn for their Pay, &c. at Gibraltar||700|
|Lt. Gen. H. Johnson, for Loss of|
|Baggage of sundry Officers of 81st Ft. by Wreck of Ship Determinée||345||5||0|
|10.—E. Mundel, late a Capt. in Nottingham Fencibles, for Loss of Baggage on Pasage from Ireland||83||3||0|
|12.—Lt. Gen. de Lancey, for replacing sundry Appointments of 17th Drag. which were taken by the Enemy on Passage to the West Indies||293||15||11|
|13.—Capt. Mac Pherson of 17th Ft. for Loss of 3 Horses in Holland||47||5||0|
|14.—Gen. Hall, for replacing the Colours of the 3d Regt. of Ft. which were lost on board Ponsborne East Indiaman||33||9||6|
|Mr. J. Window, to enable him to make such Payments for Hospitals, &c. as may be directed by the Sec. at War||30,000||0||0|
|Mr. G. Garnier, Apothecary Gen. for Medicines, Instruments, and Materials, delivered for Use of Forces||155,233||18||0|
|Contingent Exp. of Commander in Chiefs Office to Michaelmas 1503, on Account||4,000||0||0|
|Contingent Exp. of Adj. Gen.'s Office to Michaelmas 1803, on Account||1,000||0||0|
|June 8—Col. Wynyard, for his Contingent Exp. as Dep. Adj. Gen. from 25th Dec. 1800 to 24th Dec. 1801||156||6||0|
|Dec. 12.—Wynyard, for his Contingent Exp. as Dep. Adj. Gen. from 25th Dec. 1802 to 24th June 1803||78||3||0|
|Gen. Sir D. Dundas, for his Contintent Exp. as Qr. Mafter Gen. from 25th June 1801 to 24th Dec. 1802||702||12||0|
|12 Months Contingent Exp. of Qr. Mafter Gen.'s Office, to 24th Dec. 1803, on Account||480||0||0|
|6 Months Pay of Assistant Qr. Mafter Gens. in G. Britain, to 14th Dec. 1803, on Account||2,150||0||0|
|Contingent and Extr. Exp. of several Dep and Assistant Qr. Mafters Gen. for sundry Periods||950||3||9|
|Sundry Gen. Officers, &c. for Extra Exp. of themselves and other Officers under their Command, for House Rent. Forage, &c.||79,041||9||6|
|12 Months Contin. Allowances to Field Officers and Captains of Foot Guards, to 24th Jan. 1804||10,957||1||1|
|Contingent Exp. of 2 Regs. of Life Guards, from 25th Dec. 1799 to 24th Dec. 1800||2,032||6||0|
|Towards levy Money of sundry Augment, several Regs. of Foot Guards||4,666||10||0|
|W. Gorton, Esq. for providing a Table for Officers of Life and Foot Guards on Duty at St. James's, &c. from 25th March 1802 to 24th March 1803||9,291||16||0|
|Mr. Downes, for advertising Deserters in the Hue and Cry Police Gazette, from 10th July 1802 to 2d July 1803||429||16||5|
|Jan. 31—D. of Gloucester, for Rent of certain Apartments in the Horse Guards, customarily possessed by the 1ft Majors of the Foot Guards, converted into a Mil, Store, from 25th June 1793 to 24th Dec. 1799||659||9||0|
|Feb. 1.—W. Fisher, Esq. Rec. Gen. in Norfolk, to reimburse like Sum paid by him to Wives and Families of Men in Provisional Cavalry||28||8||4|
|5.—Mr. E. H. Sandys, Clerk of Lieutenancy of County of Kent for his Bill of Exp. for arranging Finns proposed by Ld. Grey in Case of Invasion||226||16||8|
|8.—D. E. Davy, Esq. Rec. Gen. for E. Division of County of Suffolk, to reimburse like Sum paid for Horses for Provis. Cavalry of said County, and for Relief of Families of Men serving in that Corps||2,825||16||9|
|O. R. Oakes, Esq. Rec. Gen. for W. Division of County, for Suffolk, to reimburse like Sum paid for Horses for Provis. Cavalry of said County, and for Relief of Families of Men serving in that Corps Services||2,381||9||0|
|10.—Mr. C. Mason, for Amount of Deductions for additional 12 Pence in the Pound made from his Pay as late Comm. of Accounts to Forces on the Continent, from 21ft June 1783 to 3d July 1787||294||14||0|
|11.—Lt. Gov. Singleton, for his Annual Allowance in lieu of Emoluments as Lieut. Gov. of Landguard Fort, to 24th Dec. 1801||63||3||0|
|Mar. 1.—Capt. D'Auvergne, Duke de Bouillon, for Table Money, and as a Remuneration of Exp. incurred when commanding a Division of armed Vessels at Jersey, from 1794 to 1802||2,345||15||0|
|2.—G. Aust, Esq. Commis. Gen. of Musters, for extra Exp. of new Arrangements made in his Office||325||14|
|4.—A. Lechmere, Esq. Reg. Gen. of County of Worcester, to reimburse like Sum, paid on Account of Horses for Provisional Cavalry of said County||196||3||0|
|5.—Col. H. Calvert, to be paid over to Mr. J. Walter, for Exp. of certain Regulations for Guidance of Regs. of Infantry||954||18||2|
|10.—L. Morse, Esq. for Printing and other Charges attending the Publication of the Army List for 1802||992||5|
|12.—Col. Yorke, for ½ yearly Allowance, in lieu of Emoluments to Dep. Lieut. and other Officers of the Tower, to 24th June 1802||212||4||0|
|15.—Sir W. Pitt, for ½-yearly Allowance, as Gov. of Portsmouth, in lieu of Emoluments, to 24th Dec. 1797||145||4||9|
|15.—Sir W. Pitt, for his yearly Allowance as Gov. of Portsmouth, in lieu of Emoluments, to 24th Dec. 1798||289||8||6|
|15.—Sir W. Pitt, for his yearly Allowance, as Gov. of Portsmouth, in lieu of Emoluments, to 24th Dec. 1799||289||8||6|
|15.—Sir W. Pitt, for his yearly Allowance, as Gov. of Portsmouth, in lieu of Emoluments, to 24th Dec. 1800||289||8||6|
|15.—Sir W. Pitt, for his yearly Allowance, as Gov. of Portsmouth, in lieu of Emoluments, to 24th Dec. 1801||289||8||6|
|Lt. Col. A. Hope, for his yearly Allowance, as Lt. Gov. of Edinburgh Castle, to 24th Dec. 1800||204||4||0|
|Lt. Col. A. Hope, for his yearly Allowance, as Lt. Gov. of Edinburgh Castle, to 24th Dec. 1801||204||4||0|
|Mess. Cox and Co. for Exp. of several Officers on the Removal of Depôt from Chatham to the Isle of Wight||253||4||1|
|18.—Ld. Mulgrave, for Hire of Ground for Encampments in Yorkshire, in 1799||177||14||0|
|22.—Mr. W.D. Adams, for Diff. between estimated Value of Ground he had purchased, and the Ovens he had erected at Guernsey, and the Sum for which they were sold||395||6||0|
|28.—J. White, Esq. Solic. of the Treasury, on Account of the Exec, of late Rt. Hon. R. Rigby, to replace certain Sums allowed by the Auditors in his Account, after the final Decia. thereof||12,347||8||2|
|April 6.—Messrs. Hunt and Co. for Damage they sustained by the Encampment of Forces at Netley in 1800||74||2||6|
|25.—W. Pollock, Esq. for Fees paid on the Investiture of Maj. Gen. Cradock with the Order of the Bath||427||14||8|
|May 14.—Mess. Bunney and Gold, for printing Heads of a Bill for amending and reducing into one Act the Laws relating to the Militia||43||1||0|
|20.—Rev. J. Hodgson, for 1 Year's Rent of the Minister's House in the Savoy, hired for Use of the Forces, to 24th Dec. 1802||42||2||0|
|23.—Representatives of J. Robinson, Esq. for Hire of Ground for Troops encamped at Harwich, from 1793 to 1799,, and for Damages, &c. sustained in consequence thereof||1,197||9||10|
|25.—T. Rice, Esq. Surveyor of the Guards, for Work done in Repairs of the Horse and Foot Guards, &c. for 1801||8,757||13||4|
|Mr. J. Bailey, for Damages sustained by him by Encampment of Forces at Harwich, in the Years 1793, 4, 5, and 6||305||5||0|
|June 8.— Lt. Gen. Hulse, for Hire of Ground for Encampment of Forces under his Command, in 1801||88||4||0|
|11.—O. R. Oakes, Esq. Rec. Gen. for W. Division of Suffolk, to reimburse like Sum paid for Horses supplied Provisional Cavalry||43||0||0|
|July 14.—Gov. of the Corporation of the Poor of the City of Bristol, for Exp. incurred for Passage, &c. of discharged Soldiers|
|and their Wives and Children from Bristol to Ireland||2,412||9||9|
|26.— L. Morse, Esq. for carrying on for 1 Year, to Midsummer 1803, a progressive List of the Commissions of all the Officers in the Army||103||3||0|
|Aug. 3.—Prince de Rohan, for all Claims against Gov. on Account of the Reg. which he raised for his Maj.'s Service, and for Losses which he thereby incurred||4,000||0||0|
|15.—Col. Yorke, for the ½-yearly Allowance to Dep. Lieut. and other Officers of the Tower, to 24th Dec. 1802, in lieu of Emoluments||212||4||0|
|23.—Mr. A. de Poggi, as a Reward and in Reimbursement of Exp. incurred by him in making several Models for Mil. Purposes||1,000||0||0|
|Sep. 19.—J. White, Esq. for Exp. of several Witnesses, in attending Trial of W. Hepburn, late Lt. Col. of the 31ft Foot, and J. M'Cumming, Capt. in said Reg.||643||9||8|
|Oct. 15.—Mr. Coleman, Veterinary Surgeon General, for travelling and other Exp. incurred by him||182||16||6|
|Messrs. Tatham and Egg, for making new Muskets, &c. to Pattern, and for their Trouble in attending for the Purpose of making Experiments therewith||32||12||11|
|Nov. 25.—L. Morse, Esq. for Charges attending Publication of the Army List for 1803||1,098||1||0|
|Dec. 3.—Maj. Gen. Hewitt, to be paid to sundry Staff Officers of Recruiting Diftriets, for Exp. incurred in removing from their several Stations in 1803||470||16||4|
|5.—Mrs. D. Caswell, Executrix of lace T. Caswell, Esq. formerly Dep. Paymaster Gen. towards Exp. incurred in making up Accounts of Mr. Rigby||2,000||0||0|
|A. Singleton, for his Ann. Allowance as Lt. Gov. of Landguard Port, to 24th Dec. 1802||63||3||0|
|23.—Captain S. Campbell, for Marches and Contingencies of his late Independent Company, from 24th Feb. to 24th Oct. 1782||64||15||2|
|24.— Mr. J. Quihampton, for Hire of Ground for Use of forces at Ashford||22||1||0|
|Extra Allowance to Troops on Account of High Price of Bread and Meat||105,488||0||0|
|The Sum granted to his Majesty in the last Session of Parl. towards defraying the Ext. Exp. of the Army for the Year 1803||1,400,000||0||0|
|Cash rec. from Navy Board, being in Reimbursement of so much issued on Acc. of Foreign Corps, and applied to Service of Transport Department||23,377||6||0|
|Cash rec. of Mr. Milford, towards making good sundry Bills drawn by the Hon. G. Stuart, Governor of Fort George, for Contingencies||72||17||4|
|Cash received of Mr. Chapman, being the Produce of Dollars|
§ Papers presented to the House of Commons respecting PAYMENTS made by the Government of IRELAND, at PAR, to all Persons in and from Ireland, since the Union—Presented and ordered to be printed, 26th March, 1804.
§ An Account of Payments made by the Government of Ireland at Par, to all Persons in and from Ireland, since the Union; distinguishing the Amount paid in each Session of Parliament; the Average Rats of Exchange, and the Total Amount above Par; setting forth the Orders under which the Payments were made at Par, and a Copy of the Form of such Orders.
|Amount paid to Persons.||Average Rate of Exchange, and Total Amount above Par.|
|In Ireland.||From Ireland.||Rate per Cent.||Amount.|
|Total £||25,861||10||11||British Money.|
§ Description of Persons from Ireland who have at any Time received Payments at Par from the Government of Ireland; with the Amount paid to each Person, in the last Three Sessions respectively.
|Description.||Sums paid.||Orders.||Form of Orders: see Appendix.|
|Late Lord Chancellor||1,515||7||8||Comrs. of the Treasury||A.|
|Late Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieut||4,029||4||4||Comrs. of the Treasury||A.|
|Chancellor of the Exchequer||6,219||4||7½||Chancellor of Exchequer||E.|
|Salary for his Clerk 400l. per Ann||1,200||0||0||Chancellor of Exchequer||E.|
|Lords of the Treasury||5,347||14||3½||Comrs. of the Treasury||A.|
|Chief Clerk of the Treasury||1,850||0||0||Comrs. of the Treasury||A.|
|Clerk for the Irish Supplies and Ways and Means, Salary 400l. per Ann||1,200||0||0||Chancellor of Exchequer||C.|
|Counsel to Revenue Commissioners||950||0||0||Chancellor of Exchequer||D.|
|Secretary to the Commissioners of Excise||1,050||0||0||Chancellor of Exchequer||B.—C.|
|Inspector Gen. of Imports and Exports||200||0||0||Chancellor of Exchequer||C.|
|Assistant to Gen. of Imports and Exports||600||0||0||Chancellor of Exchequer||B.—C.|
|Late and present Revenue Solicitors||900||0||0||Chancellor of Exchequer||B.—C.|
|Deputy Customer of Dublin Port||700||0||0||Chancellor of Exchequer||B.—C.|
§ An Account of all Salaries and Pensions charged upon the Revenue if England, which have paid at Par to Persons resident in England, between the 5th of January 1803 and the 5th January 1804.
|Salaries, as particularly stated underneath||12,850||7||7½|
|returned from Secret Service Money||2,433||18||4|
|Remains to be provided for||339,207||18||7|
§ Pay Office, Horse Guards, 28th March, 1804.
§ D. THOMAS, Accountant.
§ N. R. The preceding Average Rate of Exchange, and the Total Amount above Par, are taken on the actual Remittances and Drafts of the Irish Treasury.
§ If the Average Rate and Amount be required at upon the highest and lowest Rates of the Exchange, they will stand as follows:
|Highest and Lowest Rate of Exchange above Par.||Average Rate and Total Amount above Par.|
|Particulars of the above Sum.|
|Chief Sec. to the Lord Lieut.||4,029||4||4|
|Chanc. of the Excheq.||2,369||4||7½|
|Salary for his Clerk||400||0||0|
|Lords of the Treas.||1,643||11||6|
|Chief Clerk of the Treas.||650||0||0|
|Counsel to the Reven. Comrs.||750||0||0|
|Solicitor to the Revenue||100||0||0|
|Sec. to the Comrs. of Excise||600||0||0|
|Assist. to the Inspr. Genl. of Imports and Exports||300||0||0|
|Clerk for Irish Supplies and Way and Means||400||0||0|
|Total for Offrs. from Ireland, occasinally Residents in Eng.||11,242||0||5½|
|Offrs. of Ho. of Commons and others, resid. in Eng. for preparing the Public Parliamentary Business||1,608||7||2|
§ Copies of the Forms of the different Orders given by the Lords of the Treasury of Ireland, on Messrs. Puget and Bainbridge; for Advances made to Officers from Ireland, and afterwards passed in Account by the Lords of the Treasury at Par.
§ Dublin, 20th June, 1801.
§ Gentlemen,—I am directed, by the Lds. Comrs. of the Treas., to desire that you will pay to the E. of Clare the Sum of 1,615l. 7s. 8d. British, on acc. of his salary to the 24th June.—I have the honour to be, &c. &c.
§ Messrs. Puget and Co. GEORGE SHEE.
§ Dublin, 24th Oct. 1801.
§ Gentlemen,—The E. of Loltus, one of the Lds. Comrs. of the Treas., having paid to the Teller of H. M. Excheq. to your Credit, the Sum of 923l. 1s. 6d. British, you will therefore honour his Lordship's orders to that amount.—I have the honour to be, &c. &c.
§ Messrs. Puget and Co. GEORGE CAVENDISH.
§ Dublin, 6th Jan. 1802.
§ Gentlemen,—I am directed; by the Lds. Comrs. of the Treas., to desite that you will give credit to James Crofton, Esq. their lordships' ch. clerk, for the sum of 300l. British, being on acc. of his expenses, &c. in going to London on the public business.—I have the honour to be, &c. &c.
§ Messrs, Puget and Co. G. CAVENDISH.
§ Dublin, 14th Jan. 1803.
§ Gentlemen,—I am commanded by the Lds. Comrs. of the Treas., to request that you will give a credit on their lordship's acc. to James Crofton, Esq. their lordship's ch. clerk, for the sum of 500l. British.—I have the honour to be, &c. &c.
§ Messrs. Puget and Co. G. CAVENDISH.
§ Dublin, 18th Jan. 1802.
§ Gentlemen,—James Crofton, Esq. ch. clerk to the Lds. Comrs. of the Treas., having paid to the Teller of H. M. Excheq. the sum of 500l British, on your acc., I am directed by their lordships to desire that you will give credit to Mr. Crofton for a like sum, and charge the same to acc. of the loan for the present year.—I have the honour to be, &c. &c.
§ Messrs. Puget and Co. G. CAVENDISH.
§ Dublin, 4th Feb. 1802.
§ Gentlemen,—I am directed by the Lds. Comrs. of the Treas. to desire that you will pay to the Right Hon. Maurice Fitzgerald, such part of the amount of his salary of 1,200l. Irish, per annum, as he may have occasion for during his residence in London, the said salary to be computed from 1166 the 25th of Dec. last.—I have the honour to be, &c. &c. G.CAVENDISH.
§ Messrs. Puget & Co.
§ Dublin, 27th April, 1802.
§ Gentlemen,—I am directed by the Lds. Comrs. of the Treas. to desire that you will give a further credit of 200l. to James Crofton, Esq. their lordship's ch. clerk, on account of his attendance in London on public business.—I have the honour to be, &c. &c. G. CAVENDISH.
§ Messrs. Puget, &.
§ Dublin, 1st Oct. 1802.
§ Gentlemen,—The E. of Loftus, one of my Lds. Comrs. of the Treas. having paid into the Treas. on your acc. the sum of 500l. British, I am commanded by their lordships to desire that you will give credit to Ld. Loftus for said sumaccordingly—I have the honour to be, &c. &c. G. CAVENDISH.
§ Messrs. Puget & Co.
§ Dublin, 17th Nov. 1802.
§ Gentlemen,—The E. of Loftus, one of the Lds. Comrs. of the Treas. having paid to the teller of the Exchequer, on your acc. the sum of 276l. 18s. 5d. British, I am to desite that you will give credit to the E. or Loftus for a like sum.—I have the honour to be, &c. &c. G. CAVENDISH.
§ Messrs. Puget & Co.
§ Dublin, 12th April, 1803.
§ Gentlemen,—I am commanded to desire that you will give credit to the E. of Loftus for any sum he may require out of his salary as one of the Lds. Comrs. of the Treas. at the rate of 1,200l. Irish per annum, commencing from 24th June last, the period to which his lordship was last paid.—I have the honour to be. &c. &c. G.CAVENDISH.
§ Messrs. Puget & Co.
§ Dublin, 28th April, 1803.
§ Gentlemen,—I am commanded by the Lds. Comrs. of the Treas. to desire that you will give credit to the Right Hon. Wm. Wickham, for any sum he may require out of his salary as chief secretary to his Exc. the Ld. Lieutenant of Ireland, at the rate of 4,365l. Irish, per annum, commencing from the 25th of Dec. last (the period to which he was last paid) and charge the amount of the payments you may so make to him to acc. of their lordships.—I have the honour to be, &c. &c. G. CAVENDISH.
§ Messrs. Puget & Co.
§ Copies of the Forms of the different Orders given by the Right Hon. Isaac Corry, Chancellor of the Exchequer of Ireland, on Messrs. Puget and Bainbridge; for Advances made to Officers from Ireland, and afterwards passed in Account by the Lords of the Treasury at Par.
§ Sirs,—Mr.—who has attended in London throughout the session of parliament as—having occasion for an advance of money on account of his public services, you will be pleased to pay him,£.—taking his receipt for that sum, and charge the same to the account of the Treas. of Ireland, as an advance to Mr—. I am, Sirs, &c.
§ ISAAC CORRY,
§ [C.] London,
§ Messrs. Puget and Co. Pay or bearer £., on acc. of his public services in London, as an advance, and charge the same to the acc. of the Treas. of Ireland. ISAAC CORRY.
§ [D] London,
§ Messrs. Puget & Co. Pay—or bearer, £.—, for account of the Treas. of Ireland.
§ £. ISAAC CORRY.
§ [E.] London,
§ Messrs. Puget & Co. Pay or bearer, £.—,and place the same to the acc. of the Treas. of Ireland, as paid to me for my own private acc.
§ £. ISAAC CORRY.
§ Note.—The above is the form of the orders given by the Chan, of the Excheq. for his own use, in the session, 1801: since when, his orders have been uniformly drawn, to be placed to his private acc. with the house of Puget and Bain, bridge, as follows:
§ Messrs. Puget & Co. London,
§ Pay or bearer, £. and place the same to the acc. of ISAAC CORRY.
§ And those orders have been so charged accordingly and not placed to the acc. of the Treas. of Ireland. At the close of each year the Chan. of the Excheq. whilst in Ireland has, on receiving the orders of the Lds. of the Treas. for his salaries, paid in a sum to the teller of the Excheq. in Dublin, for acc. of Puget and Bainbridge. After which payment, the amt. thereof has been charged to the Treas. of Ireland, in acc. by Puget and Bainbridge, the Chan. of the Excheq. for the surplus of his acc. with their house, remaining subject to all charges of exchange, &c. as a private individual.
§ PUGET and BAINBRIDGE.
§ Papers presented to the House of Commons respecting LORD HOOD'S Claim to PRIZE MONEY at Toulon. Presented to the House of Commons, March 23, 1804.
§ Abstract of Proceedings respecting Lord Hood's Claim to Prize Money taken at Toulon.
§ His Majesty was pleased, by his order in council (Nov. 17, 1802) to refer to a committee a memorial of Lord Vis. Hood, Admiral of the White Squadron of his Majesty's fleet, praying a reward to the officers, seamen, and marines of the fleet under his command, for 10 sail of French Sine of battle ships and 3 frigates completely burnt or destroyed; and for 6 other sail of the line materially injured at Toulon in the year 1793; and also for certain other French ships which had been taken possession of and brought away by the memorialist, and had been armed and employed in his Majesty's service immediately or soon after the memorialist got possession of Toulon; and stating, that had these ships been condemned in the High Court of Admiralty, the valuation of their hulls and stores would have been paid by the Commissioners of his Majesty's navy, and the value of the ordnance and ordnance stores by the Board of Ordnance, and the amount distributed to his Majesty's officers, seamen, and marines, serving under the command of the memorialist at the time the said ships were taken possession of; and therefore praying that his Majesty would be graciously pleased to direct the value of the said trench ships to be reported by the commissioners of his Majesty's navy, and the value of the ordnance and ordnance store to be reported by the Board of Ordnance; and that the sum which may be found to be the value of the said ships, with their ordnance and ordnance stores, should be paid to the memorialist in 1168 trust, together with the estimated value of such of the French ships as were lost whilst employed in his Majesty's service, and their ordnance and ordnance stores, as well as such remuneration as his Majesty may think the memorialist entitled to for burning or destroying 10 sail of French line of battle ships and 3 frigates, to be distributed to the officers, seamen, and marines, serving under the command of the memorialist at the time the said French ships were taken possession of, in such shares and proportions as directed by his Majesty's proclamation, and in conformity to the usage of the navy.—The Lords of the Committee (Feb. 12, 1803) referred the said memorial to the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, to the end that directions should be given to the Commissioners of his Majesty's Navy, to prepare an estimate of the value of the said French ships at the time they were brought away from Toulon, not including therein the ordnance and ordnance stores.—And similar reference was made at the same time to the Master General of the Ordnance, for causing to be prepared and laid before the Committee, an estimate of the value of the ordnance and ordnance stores on board the said French ships at the time they were brought away from Toulon.—In return to this order the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty transmitted to the Lords of the Committee a letter received from the Commissioners of his Majesty's Navy, dated 1st April, 1803, with an inclosure, entitled, "Valuation of the ships found at Toulon, and armed for his Majesty's service by Lord flood, 291I1 August, 1793," the total amounting to £236,742; copies of which letter and inclosure are hereunto annexed.—And the Secretary, of the Board of Ordinance also by letter dated the 9th April, 1803, transmitted to the Lords of the Committee, by command of the Master General and Board of Ordnance, two accounts, No. 1, entitled, "An Account shewing the value of the ordnance and stores taken on board the undermentioned French ships at Toulon, and delivered into his Majesty's stores at Portsmouth and Priddy's Hard as per returns from the respective officers; made out in pursuance of the honourable Board's order of 29th March, 1803," amounting to 18,173l. 10s. 10½d.; and No.2, entitled, "Estimate of the value of the ordnance and ordnance stores on board the following ships which were armed by Admiral Lord Hood at Toulon, 29th April, 1793; calculated upon the supposition that the same were equal in quantity and condition, according to the rate of the ships, to what was delivered at Portsmouth from the Commerce de Marseilles, Le Pompée, Le Pursuant, Le Arethuse, Le Topaze, La Perle, La Moselle, and La Sincere; prepared pursuant to the Board's order of the 12th April, 1803," amounting to the sum of £.10,421. 4s. making together the sum of £.28,594 14s. 10½d.; copies of which accounts are also hereunto annexed.
§ Navy Office, 1st April, 1803. SIR,—In obedience to the directions of the Rt. Hon. the Lds. Commissioners of the Admiralty, signified by your letter of the 23d February last, we transmit you, herewith, an estimate of the value of the French ships taken at Toulon, as mentioned in the memorial from Lord Hood which accompanied your letter aforesaid, and of such others as were lost while employed in ins Majesty's service; prepared according to the general value of ships of similar descriptions, from the records in the office of such of them as have been valued upon their 1169 arrival in this country, and from the best information which could be obtained of their state and condition; and desire you will please to lay the the same before their lordships—We are, &c. H. DUNCAN, J. HENSLOW, B. TUCKER.
§ Sir Evan Nepean, Bart.
|Valuation of Ships, Ordnance and Ordnance Stores found at Toulon.|
|Value of ships found at Toulon and armed for his Majetys's service, on the 29th August, 1793||236,742||0||0|
|Value of ordnance and ordnance stores on board the ships armed by Lord hood at Toulon, on the 29th of August, 1793||10,421||4||0|
|Value of ordnance and ordnance stores, taken on board French ships at Toulon, and delivered up to his Majesty's stores at Portsmouth and Priddy's Hard||18,173||13||10½|
§ ORDER of HIS MAJESTY in Council, approving Committee Report submitting to his Majesty's favourable Consideration the Claim of Viscount Hood, in Behalf of himself, and of the Officers, Seamen, and Marines serving under his Command at Toulon, in the Year 1793.—Dated 31st August, 1803.
§ At the Court at St. James's, the 31st of August, 1803. Present, the King's Most Excellent Majesty in Council.—Whereas there was this day read at the board, a report from the right honourable the lords of the committee of council; dated the 24th of this instant, in the words following; viz.—"Your Majesty having been pleased, by your order in council, bearing date the 17th November last, to refer unto this committee a memorial from the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Hood, admiral of the white squadron of your Majesty's fleet, praying reward to the officers, seamen, and marines of the fleet under his command, for ten sail of French line of battleships, and three frigates, completely burnt or destroyed; and for six other sail of the line materially injured at Toulon in the year 1793; and also for certain other French ships which had been taken possession of and brought away by the memorialist, and had been armed and employed in your Majesty's service immediately or soon after the memorialist got possession of Toulon; and stating, that had these ships been condemned in the High Court of Admiralty, the valuation of their hulls and stores would have been paid by the commissioners of your Majesty's navy, and the value of the ordnance and ordnance stores by the Hoard of Ordnance, and the amount distributed to your Majesty's officers, seamen, and marines, serving under the command of the memorialist at the time the said ships were taken possession of; and presuming to hope that the form of condemnation not having been gone through, will not be considered as an insurmountable objection to the granting to the officers, seamen, and marines, of your Majesty's fleet, that reward for their services, which they would 1170 have received, had the said ships been condemned. And that the said ships having so long been considered as British men of war, will the more certainly insure to the memorialist, and to the officers and seamen serving under him, the value of the said French ships, with their ordnance and ordnance stores, according to estimate made of some of them, at the time of their arrival in England; and that such of them as were lost, whilst employed in the service of your Majesty, without being valued, may be estimated according to the general value of ships, ordnance a 2nd ordnance stores of similar force and description. And praying that your Majesty would be graciously pleased to direct the value of the said French ships to be reported by the commissioners of your Majesty's navy, and the value of the ordnance and ordnance stores to be reported by the Board of Ordnance; and that the sum which may be found to be the value of the said ships, with their ordnance and ordnance stores should he paid to the memorialist in trust, together with the estimated value of such of the French ships as were lost whilst employed in your Majesty's service, and their ordnance and ordnance stores, as well as such remuneration as your Majesty may think the memorialist entitled to for burning or destroying ten sail of French line of battleships, and three frigates, to be distributed to the officers, seamen, and marines, serving under the command of the memorialist, at the time the said French ships were taken possession of, in such shares and proportions as directed by your Majesty's proclamation, and in conformity to the usage of the navy:—The lords of the committee, in obedience to your Majesty's said order of reference, proceeded to take the said memorial into consideration, and were clearly of opinion, that the form of condemnation not having been gone through, cannot be considered as an insurmountable objection to the granting to the officers, seamen, and marines; serving under the memorialist, a due reward for their services; and that the memorialist has fully established their claim thereto: but the committee, confident that your Majesty's well known wisdom and equity have long since weighed and appreciated the merit and services of the memorialist, and the officers, seamen, and marines employed in the said expedition, do not deem themselves called upon to offer any opinion to your Majesty upon that point; bur have felt it their duty nevertheless, in compliance with that part of the prayer of the memorial, to cause accounts to be made out of the estimated value of the French ships found at Toulon, and armed for your Majesty's service by the memorialist, and of the ordnance and ordnance stores on board the same at the time they were brought away from Toulon; and also of such of the said ships, with their ordnance and ordnance stores, as were lost whilst employed in your Majesty's service; and having received returns thereof from the lords commissioners of the admiralty, and from your Majesty's Board of Ordnance, the committee take leave to annex to their report copies of the said returns, and do agree humbly to submit the claim of the memorialist, in behalf of himself, and of the officers, seamen, and marines, serving under his command upon the said expedition, to your Majesty's favourable consideration.—His Majesty having taken the same into his royal consideration, is pleased by and with the advice of his privy council to approve thereof.1171
§ LORD HOOD'S MEMORIAL, praying his Majesty's Direction to the Advocate General, to prepare a Giant for the Amount of the estimated Value of the Ships, &c taken Possession of at Toulon; dated Royal Hospital, Greenwich, September 6, 1803.
§ To the Kings Most Excellent Majesty in Council.—The Memorial of Samuel, Lord Viscount Hood, Admiral of the White Squadron of yew Majesty's Fleet—Humbly sheweth, that your Majesty having on the 31st day of Aug. last been graciously pleased to approve of the report of the committee of the lords of your Majesty's most hon. Privy Council, on the former memorial presented by your Majesty's memorialist in behalf of himself, officers, seamen, and marines of your Majesty's fleet under his command, at the time he took possession of Toulon, and of the ships and vessels in the harbour on the 31st day of August, 1793.—Your Majesty's memorialist now humbly prays your Majesty would be graciously pleased to direct the advocate general to prepare a grant for the amount of the estimated value of the ships and vessels taken possession of and armed for your Majesty's service at Toulon, together with the amount of ordnance and ordnance stores according to the three several returns from your Majesty's Navy and Ordnance Boards, annexed to the report of the committee of the lords of your Majesty's most honourable Privy Council, in trust, to the end that the same may be distributed to the officers, seamen, and marines of the fleet, under the command of your Majesty's memorialist which were then present, and aiding and assisting in the capture of the French ships and vessels.—HOOD.
§ REPORT of the COMMITTEE of the HOUSE of COMMONS, to whom the Petition of the Owners of Lands in the Islands of SHETLAND, for themselves and on Behalf of the other Heritors and Inhabitants of the said Islands, was referred. Dated March, 1604.
§ Pursuant to the order of the House, your committee have examined the matter of the said petition: to prove, the allegations whereof, Mr. John Scott, being examined, said, that he is a resident in the Island of Valey, about 20 miles from Lerwick—he was there during the last season—that the last harvest was very unfavourable owing to bad weather; that seed was imported from Berwick, and some from the North Country also, but neither answered; that the population of the Shetland Islands is from 20 to 22,000; that the expense of the meal and bear imported last season, amounted to more than £. 30,000; that the harvest of 1802 was a very indifferent one; that the fishery affords a great supply for the island, and the fishery of 1802, as well as that of 1803, was unfavourable; that the inhabitants live on oatmeal, milk, and fish; that great quantities of cattle were sold last year to purchase grain, whereby a great quantity of land was laid waste on account of the cattle being so disposed of; that he only knows of one life being lost on account of scarcity, but as the season advances the scarcity will be more alarming; that seed will be wanted, and if not sent soon will be too late to be sown for the 1172 harvest; that the seed is put into the ground in April and May; that they have no barley, and they sow bigg in May; that if no relief is given many lives will be lost; that the relief afforded by government, which arrived in the middle of Jan. last, saved the lives of many persons; that he contributed, last year, 4 years' income to the necessities of the island, and that the contributions of the island in general were not less; that the supply in 1784 was sent in money, and was of great service; that the distresses now are much greater than in 1784; the people were then in a better condition, having had several good years; but by the great exertions made last year, on account of the failure of the crop and fishery, the funds for their relief are exhausted. And the witness added, that the seed potatoes are very scarce, and that if some were sent it would be of great service.
§ RESOLUTIONS of the COMMITTEE of the HOUSE OF COMMONS appointed to adjust such Differences as may arise between Masters and Workmen engaged in the COTTON MANUFACTURES.—Presented to the House, March 28, 1804.
§ The committee appointed to consider of the most speedy and effectual mode of adjusting such differences as may arise between masters and workmen engaged in the Cotton Manufacture, and to report the same as it should appear to them to the House; and to whom the minutes of the evidence taken before the Committee, on the petitions presented to the House, in the last Session of Parliament, and also the several proceedings of the House, or of any committee thereof, in the same session, relating to the Cotton Manufacture, were severally referred; and who were instructed to consider of proper measures to be taken for preventing such differences, and to report the several matters referred, to them, together with their observations and opinion thereupon to the House;—Having perused and considered the minutes of the evidence taken before the committee, to whom the several petitions presented to the House in the last session of Parliament, relating to the Act of the 39th and 40th year of his present Majesty, intituled, "An Act for settling Disputes "that may arise between Masters and Workmen "engaged in the Cotton Manufacture, in that "Part of G. Britain called England," were referred; and having taken into their consideration the Bill for amending the said Act, which was presented to the House in the last session of Parliament, for the more effectually settling such disputes;—Have come to the following resolutions:—1. Resolved, that it appears to this committee, that the Act of the 39th and 40th year of his present Majesty, for settling disputes between masters and workmen engaged in the cotton manufacture in England, has not produced the good effects that were expected from it.—2. Resolved, that it appears to this committee, that the principle and object of the said Act was the establishment of a short, summary, impartial, and competent tribunal, for the determination of all disputes arising between masters and workmen engaged in the same manufacture, respecting the same.—3. Resolved, that it is the opinion of this committee, that the power given by the said Act to masters and workmen respectively to nominate persons to bear and determine disputes arising between there 1173 respecting the said manufacture, has been productive of great inconveniencies and delay.—4. Resolved, that it is the opinion of this committee, that it is expedient that so much of the said Act of the 39th and 40th year of his present Majesty, as empowers the masters and workmen, in case of such disputes, respectively to nominate persons to hear and determine such disputes, should be repealed; and that, in lieu thereof, it should he provided, that, in cases of disputes between masters and workmen engaged in the said manufacture, respecting such manufacture, any justice of the peace for the county, town, division, or place, wherein such dispute may arise, shall be empowered and required to hear, and finally determine such dispute, if the parties to such dispute shall by writing under their hands so require; and if they shall not so require, then that such justice shall forthwith nominate four impartial persons, residing in or near to the place where such dispute shall have arisen, two of whom shall be masters, or agents or foremen of masters, and the other two workmen, from and out of which persons so nominated the master and workman shall and may severally choose one; which person so chosen shall have power to hear and finally determine such dispute.—5. Resolved, that it is the opinion of this committee (although they are aware of the caution which is requisite in the application of legislative regulations to internal arrangements in the concerns of trade or manufacture) that it is expedient in the present circumstances, with a view to prevent, as far as may be possible, any disputes arising between masters and workmen engaged in the above manufacture, to provide, that with every piece of work hereafter to be delivered out, by or on behalf of any master, to any workman engaged therein, there shall be given, by the person delivering out the same to such workman, if required by such workman, a ticket, signed by the person delivering out the same, stating the quantity of the materials delivered out, the nature of the work to be done, and the price of terms agreed upon for the executing such work in a workmanlike manner.—6. Resolved, that it is the opinion of this committee, that the expenses which may be incurred in the determination of such disputes, should be limited by some specific regulations.
§ RETURN to an Order, of the House of Commons, dated the 19th March, 1804, for "An Account of the Number of Districts from which Assessments, made by virtue of the Act imposing a DUTY on PROPERTY, have been returned to the Office for Taxes stating the Total Sum assessed:"—Also, for "An Account of the Number of Districts from which no such Assessments have been returned to the said Office."—Dated from the Office for Taxes, March 26, 1804.—Signed, W. Lowndes, B. Barne, H. Hayes, E. Medows, H. Hodgson.
§ We beg leave to state, that the act, imposing a duty on property, not requiring that assessments, made by virtue thereof, should be returned to this office, we are not enabled to lay before this hon. House, the accounts required, in the form stated 1174 in their order.—But, being anxious to give this hon. House all the information of which we are in possession, we beg leave to make the following observations:—It is the usage of this office to require the surveyors, as soon as all appeals are determined, to transmit to this office, a copy of each assessment, with the amount of the sums assessed, distinguishing the particular duty; from which copies, checked by the duplicates transmitted to the receiver general and the King's remembrancer, the accounts of this office are kept.—Under the Assessed Tax Acts, which commence on the 5th of April yearly, the surveyors' accounts of the nett assessments are usually transmitted in or before the month of Oct. next after the end of the year; 18 months being usually necessary, for that purpose For our earlier information of the probable produce of those taxes, we require copies of the gross assessments to be sent up as early in the year of collection as possible; and which are usually transmitted by the 10th of Oct. in that year.—The Act for imposing a Duty on Property, &c. having passed so late as the 11th of Aug. and commissioners being to be specially appointed for that purpose, before the necessary papers could be transmitted to them, that Act was not generally begun to be carried into execution until the beginning of Nov.; so that, pursuing the practice under the Assessed Tax Acts, we could not expect the transmission of the gross assessments until the end of April next.—But, in order to afford us the best evidence that can be obtained, at present, of the probable produce of that tax, as well as to enable us to judge of the progress made from time to time in the execution, we have required the surveyors to transmit the amount of the gross estimates of the profits, as returned by the assessors and the parties, and the deductions then allowed, and the probable period when the collectors of the duty would be appointed. From the returns of 115 surveyors, the probable produce of the duty, in their respective districts (subject to variations from surcharges and claims of exemptions, and abatements, and other causes of appeal) will amount unto £.1,626,000.—The amount of assessments under the Income Act, in the same districts, in the year 1801 (exclusive of assessments under commercial commissioners) was £.1,597,300.—The sums accounted for by Bank Certificates delivered at the commissioners office, on the duty on dividends without assessment, for one half year, amounted, on the 21st instant, to £.93,200.—And the amount assessed in 35 departments of office, as returned to us, amounts unto £.146,900.—The number of surveyors who have not returned accounts of the probable produce of gross assessments, is 169.—The number of departments of office, which have not returned the amount of assessments under their respective commissioners, is about 30.—We have received, from 23 surveyors, accounts of the commencement of the collection of the duty in their respective districts; and from 92 other surveyors, assurances that the duties will be ready for collection before the end of April next.—From 169 surveyors, we have received no positive information as to the period of the commencement of the collection; but we have reason to believe, that the assessments are in a progressive state, and that the commissioners are sedulously proceeding to complete the assessments in every district except one, wherein commissioners have not yet been found to accept the office.