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An Account of the Progress made in the Redemption of the Public DEBT of IRELAND, Funded in Great Britain, at 1st FIruary 1817.

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d. 9.267,670 05,769,056 2 8 624 ||Annuity at £.1 per Cent. on

Bank Long Annuities
9,820,176 06,104,433 14
Capitals created from 1797

will expire 5th Jan,
to 1815, both inclusive.. ,1,039,584 19 9711860:
Dividend on £.19,087,846
£.3 per Cents.

572,635 7 7 £.129,583 6 8
19,087,846 0,11,879,489 16 0

1,612,220 7 43

0 0

Imperial Annuities will expire 1st May 1819:

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£.94 352 17

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Progress made in the Redemption of the Debt of PORTUGAL, at 1st February 1 17. Búced his per Ct. Anns. 895,522 7 91

426,7810 0 266,292 2 8 1623 | Annual Appropriation.... 30,000 0 0 deemed by the Commrs. 426,721 00

Div. on £.426,721. 3.per Cis.. 12,801 127 be Unredeemed at ist

42,801 12 EXCHEQUER, che ish day of March 1017. 17.} WM ROSE HAWORTH.

6. HIGILAM.

Average Price

of Sock.

ANNUITIES
Long Annui.
Transferred to, or TOTAL SUMS

SUMS

ties at the FUNDS. CAPITALS.

DEBT.

will fall in
England. to 1st Feb. 1917.

hereafter.

8.

nsol. £.3.per Cent. Anns. 42,087,625 0
duced ....Ditto..

52,768,750 0
nsolidated £ 4 per Cents. 5.954,375 0
to
5 Ditto....

2,222,060 0

10:3,032,750 0
19,087,846 0

deemed by the Commrs.

bt Unredeemed at Ist? February 1817....

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85,944,904 0 0

perial £.3 per Ct. Anne
Beemed by the Commirs.
-idends unclaimed for 10
cars and upwards..
Et Unredeemed at Ist
February 1817....

Progress made in the Redemption of the IMPERIAL DEBT at 1st February 1817.
7,700,633 6 81230,000
o 1,920,316 0 1,150,976 5 6|60|| Annuity at £.1 per Ct. on C3-

pitals created by Loan 1797 36,693 0 1,920,716 3 0 98 7 8

Div. on £.1.920,316. 3 p.-Cts. 57,609 9

Ditto £ 400 3s. Voclaimed 100 S Capital, 3-per Cents..

12 0

Dillo Imperial Anns, for 25 years. 38 7
5,581,917 3 8229,961 12 4 1,920,716 3

94,352 17

468 801 February 1817. ......5

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VI.-UNFUNDED DEBT.

An Account of the UNFUNDED Debt and DEMANDS OUTSTANDING on the 5th Day

of January 1817.

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44,650,000 0 0

EXCHEQUER:

£. s. d. Provided for...... 11,650,300 0 Bxchequer Bills ..

Unprovided for.... 33,000,000 0 0
TREASURY:
Miscellaneous Services...

1,487,743 7 73 Warrants for Army Services

::

476,888 7 41
Treasury Bills ..

536,171 00
ARMY..
BARRACKS
ORDNANCE
NAVY

2,500,802 14 114
731,651 12 8

36,961 19 1 991,641 3 3 1,735,731 3 1

50,047,088 13 04

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1.-PUBLIC INCOME OF IRELAND: FOR THE YEAR ENDED FIFTH OF JANUARY 1817.

An Account of the Ordinary REVENUE and ExtraordinaRY RESOURCES,

constituting the Public INCOME of IRELAND.

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Total Ordinary Revenue 7,292,281 16 1,380,558 57 5,911,723 10 51

@rtraordinarp Resources. From the Commissioners of the Navy in

Great Britain, on account of Advances made by several Collectors in Ireland for Seamen's Wages

98,708 39

98,708 S 9 From the Paymaster General of Great Bri

tain, on account of Advances made by several Collectors in Ireland, for Half pay to reduced Officers, Pensions to Offi cers' Widows, &c. on the British Esta blishment.

15,593 16 41

15,583 16 41 From Great Britain, being One-third of the Profit on Lotteries for 1815 and 1816.. 180,615 14 9.

180,615 14 9 From several County Treasurers, per the

Receiver General, on account of Ad vances made by the Treasury for improving Post Roads in Ireland

46,110 18 11

46,110 18 11 From several County Treasurers, per there

ceiver General, on account of Advances
made by the Treasury for building Gaols 12,376 14

12,376 14 4 From several County Treasurers, per the

Receiver General, on account of Ad vances made by the Treasury under the Police Act of 54 Geo. 3.

5,867 18 14

5,867 18 19 Other Monies paid to the Public".. 29,779 17

29,779 17 Total, independent of the Loons. . I 7,681,324 19 6 1,380,558 5 71 6,300,766 13 104 Loans paid into the Exchequer, in the Year ended the 5th January 1817.... 2,759,422 6 97

2,759,422 6 34 Total, including Loans.... 10,440,747 5 10 1,380,558 5 7 9,060,189 0 %

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Total Appropriated Duties for

Local Objects
GRAND TOT AL., ....

48,982 8 8

110,193,021 7 321 1,353,849 18

4:19,109,171 811

II.-CONSOLIDATED FUND OF IRELAND.

An Account of the CoNSOLIDATBD FUND of IRELAND, for the Year ended the 5th of January 1817.

ACTUAL
PAYMENTS.

CHARGE.

Interest on Funded Debt, including Annuities and
L. S. d.

Management

Interest on Unfunded Debt 1,448,086 11 114 Sinking Fund and Management

Principal of Debentures

Principal of Exchequer
3,925,978 10 94 Lottery Prizes

Discount on prompt Paymeštt of Loan Deposits, &c
54-4,315 6 4 Improving Post Roads
78,000 0

On account of Balance due by Ireland on joint Es

penditure of the Cnited Kingdom, to the 5th Jan,
6,120 2 51 1816.
1,224 0 63

£.

d. £. s. d. 5,301,852 124 5,301,852 1 2

126,500 0 0 153,596 97
1,562,341 11 10 1,682,209 4 6

2,225 0 0
2,470,550 0 0 2,470,958 6 8

110 0 0 25,699 0 0
14,243 18 37 14,243 18 33
39,289 0 6 39,289 064

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0,003,724 12 03 luland Navigations

Board of First Fruits
Depêt Barrack at Cork, part of £.3,323, granted

1815
114,292 O 14 Record Repository, part of £.18,864, granted 1814.

Ardglass Harbour, in further part of £.3,190 14s. 61,140 6 104

granted 1814

Dunleary Harbour, advanced pursuant to 5ti Geo. 3,
29,779 17

ch 62.
Civil List
Pensions to the 25th March 1813

Permanent Parliament Payments
2,759,422 6 3. Grants for Military Purposes
5,511,666 13

Vote of Credit, Arrear of 1815

Grants for Civil Purposes
180,615 14 91

SURPLUS of the Consolidated Fund, ou 5thJan, 1817
14,660,641 10 73

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INCOME.

alance on the Consolidated Fund remaining in the

Exchequer, on the 5th January 1816
Customs and Excise Duties, including Quit Rents.
Casual Revenue, and havinents on account of dis-
missed and deceased Collectors..

lamp Duties

"ost Office Revenue oundage Fec

ells Fee..

epayments from Great Britain, for Advances for
Seamen's Wages, Hali-pay to reduced Officers.
Pensions to Ollicers' Widows, do va the Britioli
Establishment..
n account of Advances made for improving Post
Roads, building Gauls, under the Puiice Act,
cher Monies paid to the Public

EXTRAORDINARY RESOURCES:

n account of Loans n Exchequer Bills om Great Britain, being One-third Part of the Profit on Lotteries in 1815 and 1816

30,000 0 0
217,878 9 7

75 0 0
366,113 5 104
2,508,827 15 4

20,261 9 9 561,629 0 23

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III.-TRADE AND NAVIGATION.

An Account of the Value of all IMPORTS into, and all EXPORTS from, IRELAND,

for Three Years ending 5th January 1817.

OFFICIAL VALUE

OFFICIAL VALUE OF
OF

Irish Produce and
IMPORTS.

| Foreign and Colonial Manufactures Exported. Merchandise Exported.

£.

ear ending 5th January 1815

5th January 1816 5th January 1817

£. S. d. 7,245,043 2 114 6,106,877 12 54 5,084,890 13 2

d 6,558,103 19 43 6,742,905 5 2 6,455,943 5 2

£.

d. 581,932 13 34 333,217 17 9 247,856 12 11

lote.—The real Value of Irish Produce and Manufactures Exported in the Year ending 5th Jan. 1817,

computed at the Average Prices current, amounted to...... £.9,111,766 6s. 95.

In Account of the Number of VESSELs, with the Amount of their TONNAGE, that were Built and Registered in the several Ports of IRELAND, in the Three Years ending 5th January 1817; distinguishing each year.

VESSELS.

TONNAGE.

Year ending 5th January 1815.

1816 1817.

40 96 41

1,973
1,992
1,985

In Account of the Number of VESSELS, with the Amount of their Tonnage, and the

Number of Men and Boys usually employed in Navigating the same, which belonged to the several Ports of IRELAND, on the 30th of September 1816.

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An Account of the Numler of VESSELS, with the Amount of their Tonnage, and the

Number of Men and Boys employed in Navigating the same (including their repeated Voyages) that entered Inwards and cleared OUTWARDS, in the several Ports of IRELAND, from or to all Parts of the World, in the Three Years ending 5th Jan. 1817.

INWARDS.

IRISH.

BRITISH.

FOREIGN

Men.

Ships

Tons.

Men.

Ships

Tons. Men.

Ships. Tons.
Years ending
5th January 1815.... 2,066 142,690

1816.... 2,314 157,283
1817.... 2,016 | 143,697

9,282 7,880 707,232 40,379
10,175|| 7 984 693,107 39,921
9,3771 7.864 | 690,165 | 39,696

296 501 323

54,755 2,990 92.474 5,197 68,6741 3,441

OUTWARDS.
Years ending
5th January 1815.... 1,937 139,302 9,118 117,690 693,422 | 40,130

1816.. 2,187 153,354 9,9177,782 684,179 39,259
1817.... 1,931 139,827 9,058 || 7,200 | 641,205 SO

274
514
350

50,708 2,617 98,1155,607 75,5461 3,633

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