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Abstract of the actual Disbursements of the several Commissaries upon Foreign Stations, charged in the Army Extraordinaries for the year ending December 25, 1821, and paid by Great Britain, exclusive of the Revenues collected in the several Colonies, and other Expenses voted in the Army and Ordinary Estimates for that year.

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d. 1. Canada

397,629 14 41 2. Nova Scotia and New Brunswick

105,586 2 4 3. Newfoundland

13,285 10 74 4. Bermuda

28,193 674 5. Babama Islands

8,808 13 10 6. Windward and Leeward Islands and Colonies 321,480 8 10 7. Jamaica

114,818 15 6 8. Cape of Good Hope

177,012 17 21 9. Mauritius

41,190 7 4 10. Mediterranean

234,643 11 11. Gibraltar

118,383 8 00 12. Sierra Leone and Gambia

65,395 13 73 13. Heligoland

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THE ROYAL FORESTS. From the Crown Land Commissioners' Fourth Report. The whole quantity of forest land now belonging to the Crown, either in fee or subject to the rights of common, is 122,622 acres: and although the different measures taken with regard to each forest have been noticed in former reports, we think it will be convenient here to bring together, in one statement, the present extent and state of all that property ; showing what has been acquired for the growth of timber; and what further quantity may probably be obtained for the same purpose. The particulars are as follow, viz.

Acres in each Acres enclosed for the
Forest.

growth of timber. New Forest

66,942

6,000 Dean Forest

23,015

11,000 Alice Ilolt Forest

1,892

1,892 Woolnier Forest .'

5,949

1,700 Bere Forest

1,417

1,417 l'hittlewood Forest

5,424

3,895 Salcey Forest

1,847

1,121 Whichwood Forest

3,709

1,841 Waltham Forest

3,278 Windsor Forest .

4,402

4,402 Delamere Forest

3,847

3,847 Parkhurst Forest

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An Account of the Suns received from France, in respect of the Pecuniary Indemnity payable under the Convention No. 5, of the 15th of November, 1815; and of the appropriation thereof :

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d. The total sum received by his Majesty's Government, in pursuance of this Convention, and

the several arrangements subsequently inade, was 125,228,482f. 42c., which, al the exchange of 25f. 29c., the average rate of remittance to this country, was

4,95 1,699 1 71 By interest, &c. upon the money received beyond the account paid by way of discount upon anticipated payments, commission upon negotiations, &c.

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By payment on account of proportions of the pe

cuniary indemnity due to Hanover
By payment on account of the sums due to

Brunswick, for subsidiary force
Paid the Chevalier Canova, for removing works

of art, &c.
Rewitted to Lisbon, to discharge outstanding

demands of the arıny.
Paid as prize-money to the army
By the expenses of the office of the Commis-

sioners of Deposit
By amount paid for the use of the army in
France, beyond the sum received from the

French Government on that account
By payments in respect of fortifications in the

Netherlands
By payment on account of supplies 1821, pur-

suant to the grant of Parliament
By amount paid the Treasurer of the Ordnance
on account of expenses incurred in the depart-
ment in England, in respect of the Ordnance

corps stationed in France
By amount paid M. de Ladebat, in satisfaction of

his claims, in respect of property belonging to
bim, sequestrated at the beginning of the War

by the British Government .
By amou nt by M. Martin, towards the indemni.

fication of proprietors of property at St. Do-
mingo, for the sequestration of their property
during the occupation of that island by the

British forces
By amount paid the French East India Com-

pany, as an indemnification for the property
belonging to them, sequestrated at the com-

mencement of the war
By amount granted to Lord Beresford, and the

Portuguese army under his command, on ac-
count of their proportion of the prize captured
by the Allied Armies, and delivered over to the
British authorities, beyond the net sum re-
ceived from France, as the value of the prize

property left at Bordeaux
By amount paid Mr. Spearman, remuneration

for his services in the payment of subsidies to

foreign powers
By payments on account of bis Majesty's Coro-

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Brought forward
By amount paid on account of the expenses of

his Majesty's journey to Scotland .

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COMMERCE

SPANISHI Chile (Valparaiso) . Consul-gen.
AMERICA.

Ditto

Vice-cons.
Furciyn Oflice, Oct. 17, 1823. Ditto

Ditto
Sir,-1 am directed by Mr. Se- Peru (Lima) Consul-gen.
cretary Canning to acquaint you, Ditto

Vice-Cons. in reference to your application Ditto

Ditto for protection co the trade of bis Majesty's subje.'ts with the pro

BRAZILS-PORTUGAL. vinces of Spanish America, that his Majesty's Government have de- [From Papers ordered to be printed termined 10 send out, forthwith,

by Parliament.] Consular Agents to the several Henry Hayne, Esq. to Lord Clanports and places in those provinces,

williani. in which, as they have learned Rio de Juneiro, Aug. 21, 1822. from the best inquiry, British in- My Lord -I beg, herewith anterests are at present most exten- nexed, to transmit to your lordsively concerned.

ship a list of the ships which bave 1 subjoin a list of these ports arrived at this post with slaves on and places.

board, for the purpose of traffic, I am, Sir, your most obedient from the 1st of April to the 30th humble servant,

of June last, in the same form as Joseph PLANTA. the list of the three preceding John Lowe, Esq. &c. &c. months, which I had ibe honour of Mexico,

Consul-gen. forwarding to your lordship. The Vera Cruz.

Consul number imported this year comAcapulco

Ditto pared to the corresponding six Santa Fé de Bogota Consul-gen. months last year, is no less than La Guayra .

Consul un increase of six thousand fire Maracaybo

Ditto hundred and thirty-six, A partial Carthagena

Ditto increase may be accounted for by Panama

Ditto

the arrival of three vessels from Ditto

Consul-gen. Bahia, which, not finding a good Buenos Ayres

Vice-cons.

market there, (owing, 1 presume, Monte Video

Consul to the disturbed state of that city,)

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This balance is liable to the payment of a further suin, on account of the subsidiary force of Brunswick; as also of a further sum, as indemnification to the proprietors of property in St. Domingo, the amount of which cannot at present be accurately ascertained. Whiteball, Treasury Chambers,

J. C. HERRJES. June 25, 1823,

came

came to this port, where their car- which is readily ascertained by
goes met with a ready sale, and their marks and language: how-
fetched a higher price than those ever, they were entered at the
usually imported, owing to their Custom House at Babia as coming
being of a better race, doubtless from Molembo.
from the North of the Equator, (Signed) AlexRY HAYNE.

Slaves imported at Rio Janeiro, (April to June, 1822.)

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JAMAICA. [The following, although not of recent date, has been giveu, in the present state of West India affairs, to show the view the Colonists take of their relation with Great Britain.] To the King's Most Excellent Ma. “ Most Gracious Sovereign, jesty in Council.

We your Majesty's most dutiful " The humble Petition and and loyal subjects, the Assembly Memorial of the Assembly of of Jamaica, having taken into our Jamaica :

consideration the present critical

state

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