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the actual amount of debt existing before the in) was, on the 1st Feb. 1802, in short anwar to 180,344,792l, and the annuities to nuities, and for lives, 543,3001.; and in long 1,247,8431.

annuities, 1,015,4101. 2. That the total amount of stock created 4. That, under the heads of treasury, army, since the 1st Feb. 1793 (including the amount ordnance, barracks, and advances from Civil created by sums borrowed in the present list (afier deducting the surplus of ways and session of parliament, and after deducting means of 1801) outstanding demands, as far 20,495,0031. purchased by the commissioners as the same can be made up, remained to be for redeeming the national debt) on the 1st provided for, on the 5th Jan. 1802, to the Feb. 1802, is 338,138,360l.; of which sum the amount of 3,264,235l.: That the unfunded interest on 7,502,6331. is payable by the em- debt in exchequer bills, unprovided for, or peror of Germany; and the interest on provided for out of funds which have proved 22,348,0001. is payable by Ireland : And that insufficient, was, on the 5th Jan. 1802, annuities have been granted since the 1st Feb. 13,744,443 : That the debt of the navy re1793 to the amount of 550,4601. of which maining to be provided for, was, on the 5th 9,7911. is payable by Ireland, and 230,0001. Jan. 1802, 9,073,0701.; and, that the total by the emiperor of Germany.

amount of demands outstanding, navy debt 3. That the total amount of the public and exchequer bills unprovided for, or profunded debt (including the amount created by vided for out of insufficient funds, was, on the the sums borrowed in the present session, and 5th Jan. 1802, 26,081,748; of which sum after deducting 60,375,311l. purchased by the 11,771,8361. has since been made good out of commissioners, and 18,801,1481. transferred the supplies of the present session, leaving an to them on account of land tax redeemed) was unfunded debt of 14,309,9121. to which on the 1st Feb. 1802, 518,483,1521. ; of which 5,000,0001. of exchequer bills, voted in the sum 29,061,2261. is on account of Ireland and present session, being added, makes a total of the emperor of Germany; leaving a funded unfunded debt hereafter to be provided for, debtcharged on Great Britain of 489,418,926l.: of 19,309,9121. And that the amount of annuities charged on 5. That the total debt may be stated as Great Britain (after deducting what have fallen follows; viz. Total Amount of the Public Funded Debt unredeemed

£.518,483,152 1,015,410l. Long Annuities, valued at 25 Years' Purchase

25,385,250 Unfunded Debt

19,309,912

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563,178,314 Of this sum, Ireland and the Emperor of Germany are chargeable with the Interest on

29,064,226 Leaving a Total Debl charged on Great Britain exclusive of

543,000l. Short Annuities, and any farther sums necessary for $534,114,083

winding up the expenses of the War of 6. That the sum applicable to the reduc- the capital of the said debt, applicable to the tion of the total funded debt was, on the 1st reduction thereof; and that a farther charge Feb. 1793, 1,427,1431., and, on the 1st Feb. of 497,735l. per annum is guaranteed by par1802, 5,809,3301. to which must be added liament in default of payment of the interest 26,9901., being 1 per cent on part of the loan of certain loans by his majesty the emperor of the present year ; making a total of of Germany, 5,835,7 201. of which sum 5,587,3991. is appli- 8. That ine nett produce of the permanent cable to the reduction of the debt charged on taxes, existing previous to the war, was, on Great Britain, and, being appropriated by act the 5th Jan. 1793, 14,284,000l.; and on the of parliament to accumulate at compound in 5th Jan. 1802, 13,221,682l.: That the nett terest, will redeem a sum equal to the amount produce of the permanent taxes imposed since of debt created since the ist Jan. 1800, in the 5th Jan. 1793 was, on the 5th Jan. 1802, about 10 years, supposing all stocks to be 9,187,2831.: And, that the total amount of purchased at par, and in about 124 years, sup- the permanent taxes was, on the 5th Jan. posing the 3 per cents to be purchased at 75. 1802, 22,408,9701.

7. That the annual charge incurred by the 9. That the total official value of all imports permanent debt, on the 5th Jan. 1793, was into Great Britain, in the year ending the 5th 10,325,866l., including 1,000,0001., applicable Jan. 1793, was 19,059,358: and, on an aveto the reduction of the debt :--That the an- rage of six years, ending the 5th Jan. 1793, nual charge incurred by the permanent debt was 18,685,3901.: -That the total official vacreated since the 5th Jan. 1793 (exclusive of lue of all imports, in the year ending the 5th interest payable by Ireland, and including the Jan. 1802 (supposing the imports from the charge incurred by the loan of the present ses- East Indies, of which no account has been sion, but exclusive of 48,0001, interest on de- made up, to be the same as in the preceding ferred stock) is 13,557,6001., of which sum year) was 32,317,032l.; and, on an average of 2,462,100l. is the 1 per cent sinking fund on six years, ending the 5th Jan. 1802, was

26,964,0961.:-That the total official value of from Great Britain, in the year ending the British produce and manufactures, exported 5th Jan. 1795, was 6,568,3161.; and, on anavein the year ending the 5th Jan. 1793, was rage of six years, ending the 5tlı Jan. 1793, 18,336,851; and, on an average of six years, was 5,469,0141.: ---That the total official value ending the 5th Jan. 1793, was 14,771,0491.:- of foreign merchandize, exported in the year That ihe total official value of British produce ending the 5th Jan. 1802, was 16,523,4301.; and manufactures, exported in the year end- and, on an average of six years, ending the ing the 5th Jan. 1802, was 25,719,979l.; and, 5th Jan. 1802, was 14,104,7001. on an average of six years, ending the 5th 10. That the total sum to be raised in Jan. 1802, was 21,631,0501.:-That the total Great Britain, in the year 1802, may be cstiofficial value of foreign merchandize, exported | mated as follows; viz. Interest of the Public Funded Debt, Charges of Management, and sinking Fund, on the 5th Jan. 1802, atter deducting interest payable by Ireland

29,444,564 Interest, &c. to be incurred, and paid, between the 5th Jan. 1802 and the 5th Jan.

1803, on stock created by loans of the present Session, to the amount of 30,351,3757.

665,122 Interest on Exchequer Bills, estimated to be the same as paid in the year ending 5th Jan. 1802 ....

1,121,890 Proportion to be defrayed by Great Britain, according to the Articles of Union, of

the Civil List, and other Charges on the Consolidated Funds of Great Britain and Ireland, amounting together to 1,560,4721. ....

1,376,888 Civil Government of Scotland, Pensions on Revenue, Militia and Deserters' Warrants, Bounties for promoting Fisheries, &c. &c. estimated at

1,000,000 Charges of Management of Revenue, estimated to be the same as in the year ended 5th Jan. 1802

1,871,861 Supplies voted for 1802, on Account of Great Britain exclusively · 2.8,409,473 Proportion to be defrayed by Great Britain, according to the Articles

of Union, of the Supplies voted for Great Britain and Ireland
(amounting in the whole to 31,259,2091.).

27,261,063
Total Amount of Supplies for 1802, to be defrayed by Great Bri-
tain ....

35,670,536 Advance to Ireland

2,000,000 Interest payable for Loans to Emperor of Germany

497,735 Making in the whole the sum of ..... £.66,648,896 11. That the Interest of the Public Funded Debt, Charges of Management, and Sinking Fund, after deducting Interest payable by Ireland, is

23,520,003 That the Interest on Exchequer Bills, exclusive of three millions not al present bearing Interest, cannot be estimated at less than

450,000 That the Interest on Navy Debt cannot be estimated at less than

150,000 That of the present Charges on the Consolidated Funds of Great Britain and Ireland, the Proportion to be defrayed by Great Britain, is

1,376,883 That of the Miscellaneous Charges of Great Britain and Ireland, the Proportion to be defrayed by Great Britain cannot be estimated at less than .

397,060 That the Charges of the Militia of Great Britain cannot be estimated at less than 220,000 That of the Charges of Chelsea and Kilmainham Hospitals, and Widows' Pensions

in Great Britain and Ireland, the proportion to be defrayed by Great Britain cannot be estimated at less than

262,948 That of the Half Pay of the Army of Great Britain and Ireland, the proportion to be defrayed by Great Britain cannot be estimated at less than

400,000

26,776,899 That of the Charge of the Navy (supposing the number of seamen employed to be

reduced from 70,000, their present amount, to 30,000, for the year 1803) the proportion to be defrayed by Great Britain cannot be estimated at less than .. 3,514,613

£.30,891,512

12. That, supposing the produce of the old permanent taxes to be the same as in the year ending the 5th Jan. 1800, being, their highest amount, and the new permanent taxes to produce the sum for which they were laid, the income applicable to the peace establishment of Great Britain may be estimated as follows; viz.

£. Old Permanent Taxes

15,740,000 New Permanent Taxes, including 1801

10,395,246 Taxes imposed in sent session.

4,000,000 Land and Malt

2,558,000

11

Estimated profit on Lottery

360,000

33,053,246 Which sum, being so raised, after deducting certain estimated charges to the amount of...

£ 30,291,512 would leave towards the charge of the Army Ordnance, and contingencies, a surplus of.......

2,761,734 13. That the actual charge of the Army and Ordnance for Great Britain and Ireland, for six months, ending the 5th Jan. 1803 (exclusive of Army Extraordinaries, Militia, Half pay, Chelsea, &c.) to be defrayed by Great Britain, is 2,414,8761, being after the rate of 4,829,7501. per annum.

That, supposing a reduction to take place to the amount of 20,000 men,

with a proportionate reduction in the Barracks and Ordnance depart-
ments, the total charge to be defrayed by Great Britain for the army
and Ordnance (exclusive of Army Extraordinaries, Militia, Half-pay,
Chelsea, &c.) may be estimated for the year 1803, at

3,812,960 And that upon such an establishment, the charge of Army extraordina

ries to be defrayed by Great Britain cannot be estimated at less than.. 600,000 Making (exclusive of contingent charges, and of 497,000l. Interest due

by the Emperor of Germany, and guaranteed by parliament) a sum of 4,412,960 Which, after applying the estimated surplus of taxes

2,761,734 would leave a deficiency to be provided for, of

1,651,226 : The first Resolution being read, the 1st Feb. 1802, to 180,344,7921. and the annuidebate thereupon was adjourned to the ties to 1,247,8431. 25th.

2. That the capital of the public funded debt created since the 1st Feb. 1793, as the

same stood on the 1st Feb. 1802, together June 25. The adjourned debate on

with the capital to be created by sums borMr. Tierney's Finance Resolutions being rowed in the present session of parliament, resumed, Mr. Tierney entered into a de- and exclusive of 7,502,6331. 3 per cent stock, fence of them, and, after a short conver- created by advances to the Emperor of Gersation, the previous question was moved many, is 351,125,7301. That ihe amount of upon them by the chancellor of the ex- long annuities, created during the same period chequer, and carried.

18 320,4611. per annum, exclusive of 230,000l.

annuity created by advances to the Emperor Mr. Chancellor Addington's Finance

of Germany, which will expire in the year Resolutions.] The following Resolutions tal, and 9,7911

. long annuities, are on account

1820. That of these sums, 22,318,000l. capiwere then moved by Mr. Chancellor Ad- of Ireland, leaving a permanent debt, of dington, and agreed to:

328,777,7301. charged on Great Britain. And FINANCE RESOLUTIONS.

that on the 1st Feb. 1802, 19,703,5961. had

been purchased by the commissioners for re1. That the amount of the public funded deeming the national debt: reducing the said debt was, on the 5th Jan. 1786, 238,231,2481. permanent debt, created since 5th Jan. 1793, esclusive of long and short annuities, and an- to 309,074, 1341. exclusive of long annuities nuities for lives to the amount of 1,373,550l.; to the amount of 310,670l. per annum. that, on the 1st Feb. 1703, stock to the 3. That the total amount of the permanent amount of 10,242,100l. had been purchased funded debt charged on Great Britain, after by the commissioners for redeeming the na- deducting the sum of 59,588,9041. redeemed tional debt, and annuities to the amount of by and the annuities fallen in to the commis79,8801, had fallen in, and had been carried sioners, and 18,001,148l, transferred to them to their account; reducing the actual amount on account of land-tax redeemed, was, on the of the debt on the 5th Jan. 1793 to 1st Feb. 1802, 439,418,9261. together with 227,989,148l.and the annuities to 1,293,670l.: short annuities to the amount of 543, 1031. and and that, on the 1st Feb. 1802, stock to the long annuities to the amount of 1,015,4101. amount of 39,885,3081. had been purchased by 4. That the sum annually applicable to the commissioners for redeeming the national the reduction of the national debt of Great debt, and annuities to the amount of 125,7071. Britain, in pursuance of the act passed in had fallen in, and been carried to their ac. 1786, was 1,000,000l. being about 1-238th count, and stock to the amount of 18,001,1481. part of the capital of the permanent debt then had been transferred to them on account of existing; and for 1793, was 1,427,1431. being land tax redeemed; reducing the actual about 1-160th part of the permanent debt examount of debt existing before the war on the isting in 1793, and may, for the year 1802, be

estimated at 5,800,000l. being about 1-84th | pation of certain duties annually voted, was part of the permanent debt existing in 1802 ; 4,514,351 : that the surplus of ways and which sum of 5,800,0001, is appropriated by means for the year 1801 was 114,0001.; and act of parliament to accumulate at compound 99,886l. remained unpaid and applicable to interest

, until the whole of the existing debt the public service on the grant to the queen of is discharged; which, supposing all the stocks Portugal; reducing the amount of demands to be purchased at par, and no further sums unprovided for to 4,300,465l.; of which to be transferred for redemption of land tax 4,018,4201. has been provided for in the precannot be later than the close of the year sent session. 1813.

9. That the unfunded debt, exclusive of the 5. That the annual charge incurred on ac- anticipation in the usual form of certain duties count of the permanent debt on the 5th Jan. annually voted, amounted, on the 5th Jan. 1786, was 9,297,0001, before any fuud vas 1793, to 8,925,4221. and on the 5th Jan. 1802, created applicable to the reduction of the debt, to 21,179,1701.; exclusive of the anticipation and, on the 5th of Jan. 1793, was 10,325,0001. of the loan of 1802, and of 3,000,0001. adincluding 1,000,000l. applicable thereto; in vanced by the Bank without interest for the which sum of 10,325,000l. was included, on renewal of their charter, to be repaid in 1806 ; the 5th Jan. 1793, the interest of 10,242, 1001. of wbich sum of 21,179,170l. 10,113,1931. bas capital stock redeemed, and the amount of been paid off or provided for in the course of annuities fallen in or unclaimed which had the present session. been transferred to the commissioners, making 10. That the nett produce of the permatogether the sum of 387,143l.; and that the nent taxes existing on the 5th Jan. 1784, then said sum of 10,325,000l. was reduced on the amounted to 10,194,2591.; and that taxes 5th Jan. 1802, by reason of stock transferred were afterwards imposed to defray the exfor redemption of land tax, and by diminution penses of the war ending in 1783, amounting in the charges of management, on account of in 1786 to 928,0001.: making together sums redeemed by the commissioners, to 11,132,0001. 9,771,1691.; in which sum is included the 11. That the nett produce of the permanent interest on 39,885,3081. capital stock re- taxes existing previous to the year 1784, addeemed, and the amount of annuities fallen ding thereto about 938,000l. imposed as above in or unclaimed, and transferred to the com- stated in 1784 and 1785, and 137,000l. arismissioners, making together the sum of ing from the consolidation act, and from du1,334,1861.

ties imposed in 1789, was, in the year ending 6. That the annual charge incurred on ac- the 5th Jan. 1793, 14,284,000l.; on the 5th count of the permanent debt of Great Britain, Jan. 1794, 13,941,000l.; on the 5th Jan. 1795 created since the 5th Jan. 1793, including 13,858,0001.;

on the

5th Jan. 1796, 924,1991. permanent interest and charge 13,557,0001,; on the 5th January 1797, on loan of the present session, of which 14,292,0001.; on the 5th January 1798, 18,76 1l. 175. will not become payable till after 13,332,000l.; on the 5th January 1799, the 5th Jan. 1806, amounts to 19,597,5941. 14,275,0001 ; on the 5th January 1800, per annum; of which 10,544,5831. is for in- 15,743,109l.; on the 5th January 1801, terest, annuity and charges of management of 14,194,5891.; and on the 5th January 1802, such part of the said debt as was unre- (including 1,275,5441. the amount of bounties deened on the 1st Feb. 1802 ; and 3,053,2111. paid on corn and rice imported, 14,497,2261.; arises from 1 per cent sinking fund on the ca- which last sum, after deducting the duties pital of part of the said debt and interest arising from the consolidation act, and those of stock redeemed, and is applicable to the re- imposed in 1789, exceeds the nett produce of duction thereof; and that a further} charge the permanent taxes on the 5th Jan. 1784, of 197,735l. per annum is guaranteed by par. together with that of the taxes imposed in liament, in default of payment of the interest 1784 and 1785, by 3,228,2261. of certain loans by his majesty the emperor of 12. That the actual nett produce of the taxes Germany.

imposed since the 5th Jan. 1793, amounted in 7. That the annual charge on account of the year ending the 5th. January 1802, to the permanent debt of Great Britain, on the 9,187,288l. : and that the total nett produce of 1st Feb. 1802 (including 924, 1991. for interest the permanent taxes in the year ended the 5th and charges of the loan of the present session Jan. 1802, amounted to 23,684,5141. (includand 200,000l. now permanently added to the ing 1,275,544l. paid for bounties on corn and sinking fund) amounts to 23,568,7631, whereof rice imported). 5,587,3971. is applicable to the reduction of 13. That the total gross receipt within the the national debt. And that a further charge year (deducting repayments, discounts, and of 497,735l. per annum is guaranteed by par- drawbacks, and also deducting all loans and liament, in default of payments of the interest monies paid to government) was, in the year of certain loans by his majesty the emperor 1797, 28,076, 1791.; in the year 1798, of Germany.

30,176,3031.; in the year 1799, 34,750,976l.; 8. That ihe amount of the outstanding de- in the year 1800, 33,535,016l.; and in the mands unprovided for on the 5th Jan. 1802, year 1801, 35,368,3761. being an increase comexclusive of unfunded debt, and of the antici- pared with 1797, of 12,292, 1971.; compared with 1798, of, 5,103,073l.; compared with | with the average to 5th January 1793, of 1799, of 617,400l.; and compared with 1800, 6,860,0001.:--and that the real value of Bri. of 1,833,3601.

tish manufactures exported in the year 1801, 14. That the official value of all imports may be estimated at 41,770,000l. into Great Britain, in the year ending the 5th 16. That the official value of foreign merJan. 1784, was 13,122,235l.; and on an ave- chandise exported from Great Britain in the rage of six years ending 5th Jan. 1784, was year ending the 5th Jan. 1784, was 4,332,9091. 11,690,8291. :--that the official value of all and on an average of six years ending the 5th imports into Great Britain in the year ending Jan. 1784, was 4,263,930l. :—that the official the 5th Jan. 1793 was 19,659,358l.; and on value of foreign merchandise exported from an average of six years, ending the 5th Jan. Great Britain in the year ending the 5th Jan. 1793, was 18,685,3901:—that the official value 1793, was 6,568,3481.; and on an average of of all imports into Great Britain, in the year six years ending the 5th Jan. 1793, was ending the 5th Jan. 1802 (supposing the im- 5,468,014l. :--that the official value of foreign ports from the East Indies of which no ac- merchandise exported from Great Britain in count has yet been made up, to be the same as the year ending the 5th January 1802, was in the preceding year) was 32,317,032l.; mak- 16,523,4801. making an increase as compared ing an increase as compared with 1783, of with 1783, of 12,190,571l. and with 1792, of 19,194,7971 and with 1792, of 12,657,6741. ; 9,955,132l. ; and on an average of six years, and on an average of six years ending 5th ending 5th Jan. 1802, was 14,104,7001. makJan. 1802, was 26,964,0381.; making an in- ing an increase as compared with the average crease, as compared with the average of the to Jan. 5th 1784, of 9,840,7701. and with the 5th Jan. 1784, of 15,273,2091. ; and with the average to Jan. 5th 1793,of 8,636,686l. :-and average to the 5th Jan. 1793, of 8,278,648!. : that the real value of foreign merchandise ex—and that the real value of imports in the ported in the year ending the 5th January year ending the 5th Jan. 1802, supposing the 1802; may be estimated at about 15,750,0001. imports from the East Indies to be the same 17. That the number of registered vessels as in the preceding year, may be estimated at belonging to the British dominions, and em. about 58,800,0001.

ployed in trade in the year 1789, being the 15. That the official value of British manu first year in which the register act had taken factures, exported from Great Britain in the full effect, was 14,310; their tonnage year ending the 5th January 1784, was 1,395,172, and the number of seamen navi10,409,7131., and on an average of six years, gating the same 108,962. In the year 1792, the ending 5th Jan. 1784, was 8,616,660l. :—that number of vessels was 16,070; their tonnage the official value of British manufactures ex. 1,540,145; and the number of seamen naviported from Great Britain in the year ending gating the same 118,286 ; and in the year 5th Jan. 1793, was 18,336,851l.; and on an 1801, the number of vessels was 19,772; average of six years, ending the 5th Jan. 1793, their tonnage 2,037,317, and the number of was 14,771,049 :-that the official value of men 143,987 ;-being an increase of 5,462 British manufactures exported from Great ships, of 642,145 tons, and of 35,025 men, Britain in the year ending 5th Jan. 1802, was compared with 1789; and of 3,693 ships, of 25,719,9791. making an increase, as compared 497,172 tons, and of 25,701 men, compared with 1783, of 15,310,266l, and with 1792, of with 1792. 7,383,128l.; and on an average of six years, 18. That the total sum to be raised in ending the 5th Jan. 1802, was 21,631,0501. Great Britain in the year 1802, may be esti. making an increase, as compared with the mated as follows :-viz. average to 5th Jan. 1784, of 15,014,3901.; and Interest of Public Funded Debt, Charges of Management, and Sinking Fund, on the 5th of January 1802, after deducting interest payable by Ireland

22,44 1,56 Interest, &c. to be incurred and paid between 5th January 1602 and 5th January 1803, on stock created by loans in the present session

665,422 Interest on Exchequer Bills

750,000 Proportion to be defrayed by Great Britain, according to the Articles of Union, of

the Civil List, and other Charges on the Consolidated Funds of Great Britain and Ireland, amounting together to 1,537,7391,

1,356,828 Civil Government of Scotland estimated as before.. Pensions on Hereditary Revenue, ditto Militia and Deserters Warrants, ditto.....

1,000,000 Buunties for promoting Fisheries, Linen Manufactures, &c. including Excess of

Corn Bounties beyond 1,643,0001. re-paid by Parliament Charges of Management of the Revenue the same as last year

2,024,697 Making the total Permanent Charges to be defrayed out of the Gross Receipt of Permanent Revenue

28,241,511 Pröportion to be defrayed by Great Britain, according to the Articles of Union, of

the supplies voted for 1802 for Great Britain and Ireland, amounting in

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