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An Account of the PUBLIC EXPENDITURE of the United
Kingdom in the Year ended 5th January 1829, after deducting the Repayments, Allowances, Accounts, Drawbacks, and Bounties of the nature of Drawbacks; exclusive of the Sums applied to the Reduction of the National Debt within the same period.
Payments out of the Exchequer.
Debt, exclusive of 4,667,9657. 58. Od. issned to the Comi
missioners for the Rednction of the National Debt ........ 27,146,076 8 11 Interest ou Exchequer Bills
198,095,506 1 8 Issued to the Trustees of Naval and Military Pensions, per Act 3 Geo. 4, c. 51 .........
1,107,130 0 0 Ditto . . Bank of England, per Act 4 Geo. 4, c. 22
585,740 0 0
1,699,870 0 0 Civil List, four Quarters to 5th January 1829
1,037,000 0 0 Pensions charged by Act of Parliament on Consolidated Fuud, four Quarters to loth October 1828 .................
370,867 19 8 Salaries and Allowances .............................
18,20+ Courts of Justice
150,305 3 3! Mint
10,813 97 Bountics.....................................
2,956 13 8 Miscellaneous.......................................
207,387 10 9 Ditto Ireland.......................
2,904,553 3 101 For the purchase of the Duke of Athol's Interest in the Public Revenues of the Isle of Man
132,914 0 0
8,08 1,042 11 03
54,693,565 137 Surplus of Income paid into the Exchequer, over Expenditure issued thereout
5,850,109 10 160,473,735 S 10%
Notc.- This Balance Sheet has been prepared agreeably to the views expressed on the subject in the Fourth Report from the Select Committee on Public locomé and Expenditure, in the last sering of Parliament, by excluding from it the Advances and Repayments on account of the employment of the Poos, and for Local Works, and by including the same in the account of the Funded and Unicode Debt, to which they more immediately relate.
Whitehall, Treasury Chambers, 2
23rd March 1999.
GEO. R. DAWSON
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 1828, have been disposed of; distinguished under their several Heads; to 5th January, 1829.
To defray the Charge of Civil Contingencies ;
for the year 1828 To defray the Salaries and Allowances to the
Officers of the Houses of Lords and Com.
mons; for the year 1828 ..... To defray the Expenses of the Houses of
Lords and Commons ; for the year 1828... To make good the Deficiency of the Fee Funds
in the Departments of his Majesty's Treasury, Secretaries of Stale, most Honourable Privy Council, and Committee of Privy
Council for Trade ; for the year 1828 ...... To defray the Contingent Expenses and Mes
sengers Bills in the Departments of his Majesty's Treasury, Secretaries of State, most Honourable Privy Council, and Commiltee of Privy Council for Trade; for the
year 1828 ..... To defray the Salaries lo certain Officers, and
the Expenses of the Court, and Receipt of
the Bxchequer ; for the year 1828 ...... To pay the Salaries or Allowances granted to
cerlain Professors in the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, for reading Courses of
Lectures; for the year 1828 To
pay the Salaries of the Commissioners of the Insolvent Debtors Court, of their Clerks, and the Contingent Expenses of their Office; for the year 1828; and also
the Expenses altendant upon the Circuits... To
pay, in the year 1898, the Salaries of the Officers, and the Contingent Expenses of the Office for the Superintendence of Aliens, and also the Superannuations or Retired Allowances to Oslicers formerly employed
in that Service
Dissenling Ministers in England, poor
lo the Poor of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields,
and olliers ; for the year 1828 .......
Parliament, and Bills, Reports and other
for the year 1828
direction of the Commissioners of Public
Records; for the year 1828
tionery, Printing, and Binding for the se-
of the Establishment of the Stationery Office To defray the Extraordinary Expense that
may be incurred for Prosecutions, &c. relating to the Coin of this Kingdom; for the
6,000 0 0
To defray the Expense of Filtings and Fur
nitore for the iwo Houses of Parliament;
for the year 1828 ... To defray the Expense of Law Charges; for
the year 1828 To pay Bills drawn from abroad by his Ma
jesty's Governors and others, for the Expenses incurred under the Act for the Abolition of the Slave Trade; and in conformity to certain Orders in Council for the Support of Captured Negroes, Free American Sel
tlers, &c.; for the year 1828 To defray the Amount of Bills drawn or to be
drawn from New South Wales; for the
For defraying the Charge of the Royal Mili.
tary College ; for the year 1828 For defraying the Charge of the Royal Mili
tary Asylum ; for the year 1828 The following Services are directed to be
paid without any Fee or other Deduction
whatsoever: For defraying the CHARGE of the Civil
ESTABLISHMENTS undermentioned ; viz. Of the Bahama Islands; for the year 1828... of Nova Scotia ; for the year 1828 . Of New Brunswick; for the year 1828 or the Island of Bermuda; for the year 1828 Of Prince Edward's Island; for the of the Island of Newfoundland; for the year
1828; and of the Expense of erecling a
House for the Governor Of Sierra Leone; for the of the Civil and Military Establishments of
5,630 10 0
the Settlements on the Gold Coasl; for the
To defray the Expeose of the British Mu.
seum; for the year 1828
appointed by several Acts for inquiring into
of the Trust reposed in them by Parliament To defray the Charge of Retired Allowances
or Superannuations to Persons formerly
or in the Public Service; for the year 1828 To enable his Majesty to grant Relief, in the
year 1828, to Toulonese and Corsican Emi-
Establishment; for the year 1828
“The Refuge for the Destilute;" for the
1,625 6 2
For the Relief of the American Loyalists; for
the year 1828 'To defray the Expense of confining and main
taining Criminal Lunatics; for the year
Services; for the year 1828...
maintaining, and employing Convicts at
Home and al Bermuda; for the year 1828
Incidental Expenses of the Commissioners
Traffic in Slaves
cial Commissions lo the New States of
America; for the year 1828.........
Consuls, their contingent Expenses, and
suls; for the year 1828
Services (formerly paid out of the Extraor
dinaries of the Army ;) for the year 1828... To defray the Charge, in the year 1828, or
providing Stores for the Engineer Depart
1,000 0 0 of the Penitentiary House at Milbank, from
ment in New South Wales and Van Die.
Presents for Canada
Hobb's Point, for the accommodalion of the
Haven and Waterford
of Public Buildings; for the
Port Patrick Harbour; for the year 1828. To defray the Expense of Works executing at
Donaghadee Harbour; for the year 1828... To defray the Expense of Works executing al
the Royal Harbour of King George the Fourth, at Kingstown (formerly Dunleary ;)
for the year 1828 .........
British Museum; for the year 1828.
Offices of the Lords of his Majesty's Privy
Council for Trade; for the year 1828 ......
Improvemeuls of Windsor Castle ; for the
To defray the Expense of Works for the ac
cominodation of the Two Houses of Parlia
ment ; for the year 1828 In aid of the Expense of erecling Churches,
in the West Indies; for the year 1828...... To defray the Expense of the Commissioners
for the Harbours and Roads of Howth and
Holylead; for the year 1828 To complele the Works al Dunmore Harbour, in the
year 1828 To defray the Expense of the Establishment
24th of June 1828 to the 31st of Dec. 1828 To defray the Expenses of the Society for the
Propagation of the Gospel in certain of his
Majesty's Colonies; for the year 1828...... To defray the Expense, in the year 1828, of
improving the Waler Communication between Montreal and the Ottawa, and from the Ottawa to Kingston
15,000 0 0
10,000 0 0
135,000 0 0
For defraying the Charge of the following
Services in IRELAND; which are directed
to be paid Nelt in British Currency : To defray lle Expense of the House of Indus
try; for the year 1828 .:. ...............