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2,384,591 19 21
6,489,948 11 52
Deduct Sums, which, although included in this Account, form ao part of the
Loan, &c. for Ireland
49 Geo. 3, c. 71.
• This includes the sum of L.413,699 18 6, for Interest, &c. paid on Imperial Loans. PUBLIC FUNDED DEBT.
An Account of the PUBLIC FUNDED DEBT OF GREAT BRITAIN, as the same stood on the 1st of February, 1815.
TOTAL DEBT UNREDEEMED.
Bank of England and Annuities, 1751
12,686,600 0 0 25,984,684 13 11 362,928,558 4 574 168,794,022 01
by sundry Acts of Parliament
Total of Annual Expense
85,413,807 18 77
An Account of the UNFUNDED DEBT and DEMANDS OUTSTANDING on the 5th Day of January, 1815.
: : :
483,410 14 97
19,622 15 7 1,784,564 0
2,287,597 10 5
793,919 4 6 6,361,076 7 71
32,663 16 4
68,580,524 10 4
PRICE OF STOCKS FOR EACH MONTH IN 1815-Lowest and Highest.
S, Sea Irish 5
Bank 3 p. ct. 3 p. ct.4 p. ct.15 p. ct. Long India
cons Navy Ann. Stock. Bonds.
65 821 94
16 17 > 260 66 655 834 95 164
15 pr. 20 pr.
2574 | 644
31 dis. 1 dis
LIST OF PATENTS,
From November 1814, to September 1815.
Robert Dickinson, for improvements
John White, for a method of main the art of sadlery.
king candles. Ditto, for improvements in the ma- Joseph Harris, for improvements nufacture of barrels and other pack in military clothing. ages.
John Cattler, for improvements in Robert Salmon, for improved move. fire-places, stoves, &c. ments in working cranes, mills, &c. Christopher Dill, for a masticcement. Edward Glover, for an apparatus
James Collier, for an apparatus for for extracting bolts, nails, &c. raising water, &c.
Hen. Julius Winter, for a method Frederic Marquis de Chabanes, for for giving effect to various operating a method of extracting more caloric processes.
from fuel, and applying to warming John Fr. Wyatt, for a new kind of rooms. bricks or blocks applicable to various John Carpenter, for an improved purposes.
knapsack. Joseph C. Dyer, for improvements Jean Raudont, for improvements in in machinery for manufacturing cards, dioptric telescopes. for carding wool, cotton, silks, &c. James Miller, for improvements in
James Smith, for a self-acting sash- the apparatus for distillation. fastening.
John Wood, for improvements in W. Everhard Baron Von Dornich, the machinery for spinning cotton. for improvements in the manufacture wool, &c.
Joseph and Peter Taylor, for imJohn Vallance, jun., for an appara- provements in weaving mixed cloths tus for securing brewers' vats or store of cotton, worsted, silk, &c. casks.
James Thomson, for improvements Robert Dickinson, for improvements in printing cloth, of cotton or linen, or in implements relative to navigation. both.
Edward Jordan and William Cooke, William Griffith, for an improved for an apparatus for the detection of toast-stand. thieves.
R. Jones Tomlinson, for improveFrederick Köcnig, for improvements ments in constructing the roofs of in his method of printing by machinery, buildings.