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Abstract of the Net Produce of the Rovenue of Great Britain, in the Year ending the 10th of October, 1822, and the 10th of

October, 1823, distinguishing the Quarters

QUARTERS ENDED

Year ended
Jan. 5, 1822. Apr. 5, 1822. | July 5, 1822. Oct. 10, 1822. Oct. 10, 1822.

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CUSTOMS.

£2,486,899 Excise...

6,390,789
STAMPS.

1,501,259
Taxes under the management of Commissioners of Taxes,
including Arrears of Property..

2,758,134
Post-office.

308,000
One shilling and sixpence and four shillings in the pound
on Pensions.

21,278
Hackney-coaches and Hawkers and Pedlars.

22,750
Crown Lands .
Small Branches King's Hereditary Revenue.

6,866
Surplus Fees Regulated Public Offices.....

42,148

7,206,910
1,343,000

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Applied as Consolidated Fund... To pay off Exchequer Bills, charged on the Annual Duties Applied as part of the Ways and Means of the Year....

11,569,843
1,264,910

729,534

10,785,950
111,670

5,940

12,002,186
826,612

4,640

10,995,726 1,828,810

395,273

45,353,705 4,032,002 1,135,387

Total..

£13,564,287

10,903,560

12,833,438

13,219,809

50,521,094 QUARTERS ENDED

Year ended Jan. 5, 1823. \April 5, 1823. July 5, 1823. Oct. 10, 1823. Oct. 10, 1823.

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CUSTOMS

£2,406,238 EXCISE.

6,291,908
STAMPS

1,450,987
Taxes under the management of the Commissioners of
Taxes, including Arrears of Property....

2,545,231
Post-office...

324,000
One shilling and sixpence and four shillings in the pound
on Pensions..

15,892
Hackney-coaches and Hawkers and Pedlars.

26,380
Crown Lands..
Small branches of the King's Hereditary Revenue.

3,093
Surplus Fees Regulated Public Offices..

31,976

6,788,024
1,850,000

12,471
5,700

19,167
5,200
480

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7,216

16,073
15,600

486

63,603
52,880

966
· 5,371
39,496

PUBLIC-PAPERS.

2,274

133

171

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Applied as Consolidated Fund..
To pay off Exchequer Bills charged on the Annual Duties
Applied as part of the Ways and Means of the Year.

12,301,754

252,225
608,727

9,964,140
- 136,011
507,953

11,527,006
863,756

3,983

11,350,840
1,710,710

45,143,740
2,962,702
1,120,663

Total.

£13,162,706

10,608,104

12,394,745

13,061,550

49,227,105

197 THE BUDGET.

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DOCUMENTS REFERRED

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EXCHEQUER.
State of the Funded Debt of Great Britain, Ireland, and Germany,

June 30, 1823.
DEBT.

£. Jan. 5, 1823,-Unredeemed Debt

796,530,144 Capitals purchased and transferred to the

Commissioners, between January 5 and
June 30, 1823, viz.
SEngland

1,834,535
By Sinking Fund
Ireland

172,382 Transferred for Life Annuities

834,883 Ditto Land-tax, estimated

24,000 Ditto unclaimed, 10 years

14,432 Purchased with Unclaimed Dividends

19,100 English Debt, decreased by capital transferred to the debt in Ireland

797,138

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Besides the Capital redeemed and transferred as above, there was paid

to the Bank, towards the redemption of Exchequer-Bills, per 3 Geo. IV., c. 66–

£. January 8, 1823

340,000 April 8

340,000 To be paid July 5

340,000

1,020,000 ANNUAL CHARGE.

£. Jan. 5, 1823-Due to Public Creditor 27,839,042) Management

284,654 Pensions

2,800,000

30,923,696 By Annual Charge, decreased since January 5, 1823, estimated

82,800

Annual Charge, June 30, 1823

30,840,896 The above Annual Charge is exclusive of the Sinking Fund.

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Estimate of the Excise Revenue for the half year ending July 5, 1823,

compared with the actual receipt of the corresponding period of

last year.

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Payments to the 5th of July, 1822

£12,125,136 Actual payments from the 5th of January to. the 1st of July, 1823

£10,571,081 Estimated payments from the 1st to the 5th of July

658,000

11,229,081

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155,820

Actual increase
In addition to which the repayment on account of malt

duty previously accounted for, amounted to 270,0001.,
which is included in the above sum of 450,6371.;
and if no such repayment had been made, the increase
of revenue would bave been

£425,320

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Estimate of all Taxes repealed since the termination of the War; and

the amount of their annual produce.

PREVIOUSLY TO 1821. Property-tax

£14,267,956 War malt, England and Ireland

2,912,571 Customs—Exports, tonnage, &c.

1,105,675 Windows-- Ireland

235,000

18,521,202 4,800,000 To be paid by East India Company on account of Half-pay, &c. (antecedent years).

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£18,521,202 AT SUBSEQUENT PERIODS. Husbandry horses

€ 480,000 Malt

1,400,000 Salt

1,295,000 Hides

300,000 Assessed Taxes

2,300,000 Ditto, Ireland, about

100,000 Tonnage duty

160,000 Windows Ireland

180,000 Spirits—Ireland

380,000 Ditto-Scotland

340,000

6,935,000

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17,879,739

290,000 Sinking Fund on Exchequer Bills. 2,801,000 To pay bolders of 5 per Cents.

290,456 Deficiency of Ways and Means, 1821.

21,261,195

16,976,748 Actual Grants, 1822. WAYS AND MEANS.

1823. 3,000,000 Annual Malt

3,000,000 200,000 Lottery

200,000 110,000 Repaid by Excheq. Bill Loan Commissioners 126,873 2,450,000 Naval and Military Pensions

90,000 Surplus Ways and Means

469,047 Surplus Consolidated Fund

8,700,000 7,500,000 Sinking Fund Loan. 1,500,000 Tea Duties.

151,000 Old Stores.
598,617 East India Company.

15,509,617
5,831,670 By Increase of Unfunded Debt.

21,341,287

17,885,920

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