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An Account of the PUBLIC EXPENDITURE of the United
Kingdom, exclusive of the Sums applied to the Reduction of the National Debt, in the year ended 5th January, 1826.
L'ayments out of the Exchequer.
Debt, four Quarters to 10th October 1825, exclusive of
127,230,789 19 61 Interest on Exchequer Bills
28,060,288 1111 Issued to the Trustees of Military and Naval Pensions, &c. per Act 3 Geo. 4, c. 51 ....
2,214,260 0 Ditto • · Bank of England, per Act 4 Geo. 4, c. 22
2,200,000 0 0 Civil List ... four Quarters to 5th January 1826.
2,057,000 0 0 Pensions charged by Act of Parliament on Consolidated Fund, four Quarters to 10th October 1825
366,028 8 21 Salaries and Allowances
87,641 5 03 Officers of Courts of Justice...................
98,612 0 4 Expenses of the Mint
1.1,7-18 15 10 Bonoties............................................ 2,950 13 8 Miscellaneous.......
261,815 18 Ditto Ireland.....................
2,189,917 3 10 Repayment of Loan from Royal Exchange Assurance Company on account of the New Street
100,000 0 For the purchase of Silver for the New Coinage in Ireland.... 500,000 0 0 For Building New Churches in the Islands of Scotland
650,000 0 0 Army ..........5...
7,579,631 4 4 Navy ...............
5,849,119 4 3 Ordnance
1,567,087 7 78 Miscellaneous
17,211,919 11 73 Money paid to the Bank of England, more than received from them on account of Unclaimed Dividends
49,464 11 6 By the Commissioners for issuing Eschequer Bills, per Act 3 Geo. 4, c. 86, for the employment of the Poor
125,150 0 0 Advances out of the Consolidated Fund in Ireland, for Public Works......
533,058 7 21
707,872 18 82 TOTAL
57,217,459 12 31 Eurplus of Income paid into the Exchequer, over Expenditure issued thercout
5,653,841 6 0
162,871,300 18 45
Whitehall, Treasury Chambers,
ubers, 28th February 1896.
J. C. HIERRIES.
DISPOSITION OF GRANTS.
An Account showing how the MONIEs given for the SERVICE of
the United Kingdom of Great BRITAIN and IRELAND, for the Year 1825, have been disposed of; distinguished under their several Heads ; to 5th January 1826.
Of the Bahama Islands
tary Establishments of the African Forts ... To defray the Charge of Civil Contingencies To defray the Charge of the Royal Military
Officers of the Houses of Lords and
in the Departments of his Majesty's Trea-
the Departments of his Majesty's Treasury,
Salaries to cerlain Officers, and Expenses of
the Court and Receipt of Exchequer......... Salaries or Allowances granted to certain Pro
fessors in the Universities of Oxford and
Cambridge, for reading Courses of Lectures Salaries of the Commissioners of the Insolvent
Debtors Court, of their Clerks, and the Contingent Expenses of their Office; and also the Expenses atlending upon the Cir.
cuits Salaries of the Officers and the Contingent
Expenses of the Office for the Superintendence of Aliens, and also the Superannuations or retired Allowances to Officers for
merly employed in that Service ...... Allowances to Protestant Dissenting Minis
ters in England, poor French Protestant Refugee Clergy, poor French Protestant Resugee Laity, and sundry small Charitable and other Allowances to the Poor of St
Martin's-in-the-Fields, and others............. Foreign and other Secret Services........ Expense of Printing Acts of Parliament, and
Bills, Reports, and other Papers, for the
two Houses of Parliament.... Expenses incurred for Printing, by order of
the Commissioners for carrying into execution the Measures recommended by the House of Commons respecting the Records
of the Kingdom Expense of Stationery, Printing, and Bind
ing, for the several Public Deparlnients of
Tokens already recoined and to be re-coined
for Prosecntions, &c. relating to the Coin
of this Kingdom........ Extraordinary Expenses in the Department of
the Lord Chamberlain of his Majesty's Household, for Fittings and Furniture, for
the two Houses of Parliament Expense of Law Charges Expense attending the confining, maintain
ing, and employing Convicts at home and
at Bermuda...... Bills drawn from abroad by his Majesty's
Governors and others, for Expenses incurred under the Act for the Abolition of the Slave Trade, and in conformity with the Orders in Council for the Support, &c. of Captured Negroes, Free American Settlers, &c,
British Museum, from the 25th Dec. 1824, to
25th March 1826 To make Compensation to the Commissioners
appointed by several Acts for inquiring into the Collection and Management of the Revenue in Ireland, and the several Establishments connected therewith, and into certain other Revenue Departments in Great Britain, for their assiduity, care, and pains in the execution of the Trusts reposed
in them by Parliament Expense of the Penitentiary House at Milbank Claryo of the Allowances or Compensations
granted or allowed as Retired Allowances or Superannuations, to Persons employed in Public Offices or Departments, or in the Pablic Service, according to the provisions
of two Acts of his late and presenl Majesty To enable his Majesty tu grant relief to Tou.
lonese and Corsican Emigrants, Dutch Naval
nal Lunatics Salaries and Incidental Expouses of the Com
inissioners appointed on the part of his Majesty, under the Treaties with Spain, Portugal, and the Netherlands, for preventing the illegal Traffic in Slaves, and in pursuance of the Acts for carrying the said Treaties into effect.....
Expenses of the Special Commissioners to
Consuls and Vice-consuls in Spanish
the Gospel, in the Colonies of Upper ane.
and tho Cape of Good Hope Expense of the Works at the College of Edin
Privy Council, and for completing the Office
of Committee of Privy Council for Trade... Charge and Repairs of Works to be executed
at Windsor Castle To make Compensation in the year 1825, to
the Commissioners appointed by his Majesty, for inquiring into the Nature and Extent of the Instruction afforded hy the several Institutions in Ireland, established for the purpose of Education, for their assiduity, care, and pains in the execution of
the trust reposed in them Expenses of the Roads and Harbours of Holy
head and Howth........
Ireland to the Canadas
Manuscripts, Antiquities and Coins, to be
Benefit of the Public
Loudon M'Adam, for the Service which he
pairs to thre Cobb, at Lyme Regis, rendered
by the Public ....... To indemnify certain Proprietors of Slaves in
the United States of America, under the Treaty concluded at Ghent, on the 24th day of December 1814, and the Convention signed at St. Petersburgh on the 12th day of Joly 1829