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DEATHS.Dec. wife, Lucretia, daughter of Ottley, traction: and here he devoted himself of the island of St. Christopher, esq. with enthusiasm to making drawings, and was married to Dr. Turner, Jan. frequently passing whole weeks together 14, 1805.

in that employment, and in collecting 25. At Clapton, aged 87, Mary, relict materials for his noble work, “ Les of James Vaston, esq.

Ruines de Pompeii.” He next proAt Babington, in his 80th year, ceeded to investigate the remains of Charles Knatchbull, esq.

Pæstum; measuring and drawing all 29. At Besançon, aged 53, Pierre the remains of that celebrated city with François Briòt, professor of pathology, the utmost exactness. These labours clinical surgery, &c. This able sur- occupied about twelve years, after which geon, well known to the public by many he returned to Paris, where he was emoriginal treatises, and by his translation ployed in many public and private of Stein's Traité d'Accouchemens, &c. works, and was engaged to make dewas one of the chief founders, and most signs for a palace for the deputies of active members, of the medical society the departments. As an architect his of Besançon.

principal works are : the restoration of 31. At Paris, of apoplexy, François the palace at Portici, the restoration of Mazois, a distinguished architect, and the convent and church of the Trinity writer on subjects of archæology and the at Rome; various improvements in the fine arts. Mazois was born at Lorient, French ambassador's palace, in the same in the department of Morbihan, Oct. city. At Paris he built four very ele12, 1783, and was educated at the cen- gant private houses in the Champstral school at Bourdeaux, where he Elysées, at Paris ; alterations in the particularly applied himself to drawing archiepiscopal palace at Rheims; the and mathematical studies, and made passage Choiseul, &e, at Paris, &c. great progress in those pursuits. After His řiterary and graphic productions being examined by Monge, he was ad consist of « Les Ruines de Pompeii,” mitted into the Polytechnic school. His of which twenty parts in folio have wishes led him to select the army as bis appeared, forming two-thirds of the future profession, but being afflicted with whole ; "Le Palais de Scaurus," svo. an incurable deafness,at the age of fifteen, a' very interesting and erudite dehe changed his views, and applied him- scription of a Roman mansion ; Les self to architecture, as the next pursuit Ruines de Pæstum," intended as a most congenial to his taste. After stu sequel to his work on Pompeii. Unfordying a short time under Percier, among tunately this is not completely prepared whose pupils he soon distinguished him- for publication, but there is reason to self, he determined to explore the hope that it will yet be given to the classic soil of Italy, which his fortune public, as most of the plates are exeenabled him to do at his own expense. cuted. Besides these works, Mazois At Rome he applied himself not only to contributed a great number of lives of the study of the remains of ancient architects, sculptors, and other artists, buildings as an architect, but to archæ. to the work, entitled “ Galerie Fran. ology generally. Having acquired some çoise," and a variety of papers on celebrity in that city, he was invited to archæological subjects to different jour. Naples by Murat, at that time sovereign nals. He was also preparing a "Méof the South of Italy, to assist in em moire sur les Embellissemens de Paris bellishing his capital. The vicinity of depuis 1800," Pompeii was to him an irresistible at

A LIST

OF THE

KING'S MINISTERS IN 1826.

Earl of Liverpool

First Lord of the Treasury.. Earl of Eldon ...

Lord-Chancellor. Earl of Harrowby

President of the Council. Earl of Westmorland...

Lord Privy-Seal. Right hon. Robert Peel..

Secretaries of Home Department. Right hon. George Canning

State

Foreign. Earl Bathurst...

Colonies and War. Right hon. Fred. John Robinson... Chancellor of the Exchequer. Viscount Melville

First Lord of the Admiralty. Duke of Wellington

Master-General of the Ordnance. Right hon. Charles W. Williams Wynn President of the Board of Control. Lord Bexley

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. Right hon. William Huskisson...

Treasurer of the Navy, and President

of the Board of Trade. Viscount Sidmouth..

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FINANCE ACCOUNTS

PUBLIC INCOME OF THE UNITED

An Account of the ORDINARY REVENUES and EXTRAORDINARY

Kingdom of GREAT BRITAIN and IRELAND,

HEADS OF REVENUE.

Repayments, Allow.

a nces, Discounts, GROSS RECEIPT.

Drawbacks, and
Bounties of the

Nature of
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ORDINARY REVENUES.

. $. d. £. d. Customs .............

20,367,652 14 10 1,429,394 15 89 Excise............................................... 26,089,408 10 0,1 3,742,554 16 81 Stamps

7,881,150 1 104 257,408 11 4 Taxes, under the Management of the Commissioners of Taxes.. 5,183,012 10 5 6,290 2 3 Post Office

2,367,567 16 6

98,918 6 5 One Shilling in the Pound, and Sixpence in tbe Pound on Pen

sions aud Salaries, and Four Shillings in the Pound on Pen-
sions

57,958 10 51
Hackney Coaches, and Hawkers and Pedlars

69,998 107
Crown Lands

513,766 10 431
Small Branches of the King's Hereditary Revenue ......... 9,056 ) 5
Lottery ; Surplus Produce after Payment of Prizes ........ 295,390 00
Surplns Fees of Regulated Public Offices

56,091 14 7
Poupdage Fees, Pells Fees, Casualties, Treasury Fees, and
Hospital Fees

11,520 6 112
TOTALS of Ordinary Revenues...

162,902,573 8 1 5,527,596 2 6

OTHER RESOURCES.

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Money brought from the Civil List on account of the Clerk of
the Hapaper

2,000 0 0
Money received from the East India Company, on account of

Retired Pay, Pensions, &c. of his Majesty's Forces serving
in the East Indies, per Act 4 Geo. 4, c. 71..........

60,000 0
From the Commissioners for the issue of Exchequer Bills, per

Act 57 Geo. 3, c. 34, for the Employment of the Poor 208,307 0 0
Money received from the Trustees of Naval and Military Pen.
sions

4,507,500 0 0
From several County Treasurers, and others in Ireland, on

account of Advances made by the Treasury for improving
Post Roads, for buildiug. Gauls, for the Police, for Public
Works, employment of the Poor, &c......

210,388 14 108
Imprest Monies, repaid by sundry Public Accountants, and
other Monies paid to the Public

220,283 11 02
TOTALS of the Public Income of the United Kingdom.. 108,111,052 14 04 5,527,596 & 6

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RESOURCES, constituting the PUBLIC INCOME of the United for the Year ended 5th January, 1826,

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Charges of NETT RECEIPT TOTAL INCOME, Collection, and other within the Year,after

including

Payments deducting

BALANCES

out of the Income, REPAYMENTS &c. outstanding 5th Jan.

in its Progress 1825.

to the Exchequer.

PAYMENTS

into the EXCHEQUER.

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and BILLS which the Outstanding on the Gross 5th January 1826.

Receipt was collected.

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s. d. £. s. d. £. d. 18,945,257 19 119,315,172 11 103) 2,253,538 2 93 16,541,524 0 1 22,346,853 13 37|23,750,164 6 5 1,580,934 15 4121,004,487 6 11 7,623,740, 061 8,019,765 2 94

184,914 0 7,447,923 18 11 5,476,722 8 2 5,393,166 6 0 310,669 13 9 | 4,990,961 243 2,268,619 10 0 2,474,626 8 1 664,767 10 1,595,461 10 9

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520,110 8 117 779 1,164,7424 2 4 16 0 416,927 3 6 2 6 11 91,5:35 9 10 5 11 10 214,397 7 3825 11 10

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56,730 5 118
59,857 00

57,958 10 58

69,998 107 513,766 43

9,056 1 5 295,390 00 56,091 14 7

61,250 320 1,375 18 8
70,012 18 5 10,149 17 1
625,626 2 89587,768 15.61

13,111 98 3,313 2 8
295,390 0 0
56,091 14 7

3,143 18 7 2 5 7

6 1 4 14 "9'11 37,857 7 2119 3 4,355 17 5814 9 11

5,412 97 295,390 0 0 56,091 14 7

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11,520 6 118 57,374,977 5 6 60,115,897 10 98 5,597,431 16 23|52,065,389 16 23 2,453,075 18 53 6 3'11

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