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con which that bail was demanded. occupy ; that you will take out proved that your petitioner had of this code the punishment not been guilty of an assault, but of death and transportation ; had acted in strict conformity to and that, at any rate, you will the law; when your honourable cause the expense of punishhouse shall have duly considered ing poachers, and of keeping these things, your petitioner will their wives and children, to be not doubt of your disposition to borne exclusively by those cause justice to be done to him.
who prosecute them. “ Your petitioner, pledging him- “ 3. That you will be pleased to self to prove the above alleged facts pass a law to prevent Minisat the bar of your honourable ters of the Church of Enghouse, if you will be pleased to per- land from being Justices of mit bim so to do, most humbly the Peace; and for preventing prays,
any Justices from acting, as 1. That you will be pleased to such, under the game-laws,
permit hiin to produce such where their own servants are proofs at your bar.
the informers and witnesses. “ 2. That you will so alter the “And your petitioner will game-laws as to enable all
ever pray, occupiers of land to kill any
“R. DELLER." wild animals on the land they
IIIS MAJESTY'S CORONATION. An account of the money expended at his Majesty's Coronation, stating the amount, under the several heads, expended, and from what sources the money was supplied :Lord Steward, expenses attending the banquet £25,184 98 Lord Chamberlain, for the furniture and decora
tions of Westminster Abbey, and Westminster Hall; for providing the regalia; for dresses, &c. of the persons attending and performing various duties
111,172 9 10 Master of the Horse, for the charger for the Champion
118 18 6 Master of the Robes, for bis Majesty's robes, &c. 24,704 8 10 Surveyor-General of Works, for fitting up Westmin
ster Abbey and Westminster Hall, platforms, &c. 50,367 9 1 W. D. Fellowes, Esq. Secretary to his Majesty's Great Chamberlain, for expenses incurred
2,500 0 0 Hire of the theatres
3,504 15 0 Master of the Mint, for medals
4,770 5 4 Sir George Nayler, for expenses in the Earl Marsbal's department
2,500 0 0 Sir George Nayler, towards the publication of the account of the ceremony
3,000 0 0
800 00 981 18 10
173 2 6
Deputy Earl Marshal, usual fee
House of Lords
Heralds in Scotland
£238,238 0 ?
Note.--A few claims are still unsettled, the amount
probably not exceeding
Paid out of the sum voted by Parliament, iv the
of pecuniary indemnity, under treaty, Anno 1815
£100,000 0 0
138,238 0 ?
Whitehall Treasury Chainbers,
May 27, 1323.
J. C. HERRIES.
Abstract of the Net Produce of the Revenue of Great Britain in
the Years and Quarters ended the 10th of October, 1822, and the 10th of October, 1823, shewing the Increase or Decrease on each head thereof.
Income and Charge on the Consolidated Fund iu the Quarters ended
the 10th of October, 1822 and 1823.
Cash brought to this account, being the
amount issued out of the growing produce of the Consolidated Fund in Ireland for public services..
Exchequer Bills issued to make good the
deficiency of the Consolidated Fund, at 5th July, 1823, and paid off out of the growing produce of that Fund, in the
quarter ending Oct. 10, 1823 Surplus as above Deduct, issued pursuant to act 4th Geo. IV. cap. 21, in part of 8,700,0001., the es
timated surplus of the Consolidated Fund for the service of the year 1823 . Total at 10th Oct. 1823, to be provided for by Eschequer bills, charged on growing 'produce of the Consolidated Fund in the quarter ending 5th Jan. 1824
Quarters ended Oct. 10.
£. 23,750 100,000
179,125 4,986,987 3,195,764
£. 21,701 86,900 179,125 4,475,810 1,210,000