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Hay of O&tober next, in respect of the sum paid on 1. iccount of the second lottery

-3.500,000 o 2. That an additional duty of 81. per ton be laid ipon all French wines, and of 4!. per ton upon all vines, which shall be imported into this kingdom.

3. That the said annuities and lotteries be charged apon the said additional duties upon wine, for which he finking fund shall be the collateral security.

MARCH 14. 1. That a duty of 45 per hogshead be laid upon all cyder and perry made within this kingdom, over and above all other duties now payable for cyder or perry, to be paid by the maker thereof.

2. That a duty of el. per ton be laid upon all cyder and perry imported into this kingdom

3. That the said duties upon cyder and perry be charged, together with the duties upon wines granted in this session, with the payment of the annuities mentioned in a resolution of this house, of the 8th of this instant March.

MARCH 19.

1. That there be issued and applied out of such monies as shall or may arise of the surplusses, exceffes, or overplus monies, and other revenues, composing the finking fund, the fura of

-2.002,000 2. That there be issued and applied the money remaining in the receipt of the exchequer, being the furplas of the several duties upon beer and ale, granted by an act of the first of his majesty's reign, after fatisfying all charges and incumbrances thereupon, to the 5th of January 1763, amounting to the fuin of

47,120 9 6. 3. That there be issued and applied fuch part

of the sum of 20,00cl, granted to his majesty in the Jaft session, upon account, towards defraying the charge of the pay of the militia of that part of Great Britain called England, when unembodied, and of the cloathing of the part of the faid militia then unem bodied, for one year, beginning the 2;th of March 1962, as shall remain in the receipt of the exchequer, after the said charges are satisfied.

4. That there be raised, by loans or exchequer bills to be charged upon the first aids to be granted in the next feffion ; and such exchequer bills, if not dircharged, with interest thereupon, on, or before the sth of April, 1764, to be exchanged, and received in [N] 4

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3.847,120 96 That an act, made in the fixth year of his late majesty king George the second, intituled, “ An act for the better securing and encouraging the trade to his majesty's sugar colonies in America,” which was to continue in force for five years, to be computed from the 24th day of June 1733, and to the end of the then next sestion of parliament, and which, by several subsequent acts, made in the i1th, 191h, 26th, 29th, and 31st, years of the reign of his said late majesty, and an act, made in the first year of the reign of his present majesty, was further continued until the 29th day of September 1763, and from thence to the end of the then next session of parliament, be further continued, with amendments, until the 29th day of September 1764, and m thence to the end of the then next feflion of parliament.

That an act, made in the 21st year of the reign of his late majesty king George the second, intituled, “ An act for encouraging the making of indico in the British plantations in America,” which was to continue in force for seven years, from the 25th day of March 1749, and from thence to the end of the then next session of parliament, and which, by an act, made in the 28th year of the reign of his faid late majesty, was further continued until the 25th day of March 1763. and from thence to the end of the then next session of parliament, be further continued, with amendments, until the 25th of March 1770, and from thence to the end of the then next session of parliament.

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A ESTIMATL ofbe DERT of bis Majenys NA on the Heads hereafter mentioned, as it food on Dec 31, 3762. HE ADS of be Navai Eflimates.

Particulars.

Total. Wear and tear, ordinary and transports.

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d. £
DIE, to pay off and discharge all the bills registered in the course of the navy for stores,
fieight of transports, &c. supplied for the service thereof

1767 576 12 11
To pay off and discharge the bills registered on the said course for premiums allowed
by act of parliament on naval ftores

19824 8
To freight of transports and tenders, and for stores delivered into his majesty'ssever al yards, &c.

3034394 5 for which no bills vere madeout on the aforesaid Dec. 31, 1762, as also to several bills of exchange

793893 14 7
To his majesty's yards and rope-yards, for the ordinary and extraordinary

426312
To half-pay to fea officers, according to an establishment made by his late majesty in
council on that behalf

267875 3
Seamens Wayese
Due, to pay the men, &c. unpaid on the books of thips paid off

877709 14.
To ships in sea pay, on the aforesaid Dec. 31, 1762

2231812 To discharge and pay off the bills entered in course for flop-cloaths and bedding for sea

3223297 15
men, surgeons necessaries, free gifts, &c.

113776 1
Viftualling debt as per estimate received from those commisioners, viz.
Due, for short allowance to the companies of his majesty's thips ini pay, and which hare
been paid off

18011

9 For paying off all the bills entered on their course

1174138 17

6 For provisions delivered, and lervices performed, for which no bills were made out on the aforesaid Dec.

4.6275 10

1329321 9.3 For necessary-rucney, extrà necessary-money, bills of exchange and contingencies

234.11

7.10
To the officers, workmen, and labourers employed at the several ports

674 84. 13
Sick and wounded, the debt of that office, as per estimate received from those commisioners viz.
Dire, for the quarters and care of the sick and wounded seamen fet on fhore from his majesty's ?
ships at the several ports, and for prisoners of war acd contingencies relating to the said office Ś

113628 15 5
The total amounts to the fun of

* 7700642 1 From whence deducting the nioney in the treasurer's hands (as on the other side)

503616 15 313 As also the money that remained to come in of the supplies of the year (as on the other fide] 1267900 10 10

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5929124 15 23 N B. In this debt is included for charge of transports between Jan. 1, 1762, and Dec. 31, following

734064 3 7 And it appears by an account received from the commissioners of the victualling, that the expence of victuals lupplied the soldiers between Jan. 1, 1762, and Dec.

31, following,
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863972 6 8
For which fum of 3639721. 6s. 8d, no provision has been made by parliament, but if thought
soit to be granted, as the like service was provided for last year.
The nett debt of the navy will then be

5065152 8 51
Tiere was remaining in the Hands of the late and present Treasurers of the Navy on Dec. 31, 1762, in Money, as undermentioned,

and
may be reckoned towards satisfying the afore; aid Debt of the Navy.

On the Heads of
Wear and tear or- | Seamen's wages.

Viftuals.

Total.
In what treasurer's hands. In MONEY.

dinary and trans.
£.

d.
£

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Right Hon. George Do..

3363 5 7 1539 12 10

46 6 101 Ditto towards the debt for

80 17 98
fick and hurt seamen

5031 3 11
In money

6309 15 2 2632 2 2087 16
Ditto towards the debt for

55 15 5

110859
sick and hurt leamen
Right Hon. George Gren. S

4037 7 25 2711

1692 17 9} ville, Esq; first treasurer. Ditto towards the debtfor}

37 14 3

8479 61
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Right Hon. George Do.

6736 10 21
2699 3 15

399 13 5 dington, Esq; second trea

287 11

IOI22 18

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ki ht Hon. George Gren-

21586 17 57

28882 6
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31 ville, Esq; second treasurer. Ditto towards the debt for

62343 16 6 ship:

2673 6 5

} fick and hurt seamnen 45432 0 43 327604 10 101

12641 6 Rr. Hon. William Lord Viscount Barrington.

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4. 87465 16 od 390081

503616 15

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IO 1262., to come in of the fupplies of the year 1762 including Haller and Stonehouse hospitals 1.267, 900

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Principal debt.
E X C H E QU E R.

charges payable for the

same. Annuities for long terins, heing the remainder of the original sum contributed and unsubscribed 1.

1.

do to the South-Sea company

1.836,275 17 101 136,453 12 8 Ditto for lives, with the benefit of furvivorship, being the original fum contributed

108,100

7,567
Ditto for two and three lives, being the fun remaining after what is fallen in by deaths

75,505 14 103

9,15 5 12 Exchequer bills made out for intereft of old bills

2,200
Nole, The land taxes and duties on malt, being annual grants, are not charged in this account, nor the

1,000,000 l, charged on the deductions of 6d. per pound on pensions, nor the 1,500,000l. to-
wards paying off the navy debt, &c, anno 1762, nor the sum of 1,000,000 l. charged on the supplies
anno 1; 6;

E AST INDIA Company.
By two acts of parliament 9 Will. III. and two other acts 6 and 9 Anne, at 3 per cent.per ann. 3.200,000

97,285 14 4
Annuities at 3 per cent. anno 1744, charged on the surplus of the additional duties on low
wines, fpirits, and strong waters

1.000,000

30,401 15 8
BANK of ENGLAND.
On their original fund at 3). per cent. from 1 Aug. 1743

3.200,000

100,000 F'or cancelling Exchequer bills 3 Geo. I.

500,000

15,000 Purchased of ile South-sca company

4.000,000

121,898 3 Annuities at 3 per cent. charged on the furplus of the funds for lottery, 1714

1.250,000

37,500 Zitto at 3 per cent. charged on the duties on coals fince Lady-day, 1719

1.750,000

52,500
Ditto at 3 per cent. anno 1746, charged on the duties on licences for retailing spirituous liquors
since Lady day, 1746

986,800

29,604
Ditto at 3 per cent. charged on the sinking fund by the acts 25, 28, 29,
32,
33 George II.

-21.127,821 5:47
Ditto at 3 per cent. charged on the duties on offices and pensions, &c. by
the act 31 George II.

500,000

33.627,821 511.027,588 58 Ditto at 3 per cent, charged on the additional duty on strong beer and ale, by the act 1 George III.

12.000,000 Ditto at 3 per cent charged on the finking fund by the act 25 George II.

540,996 14 0

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