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Of the UNITED KING|Dom, exclusive of the Sums applied to the Reduction of the NATIONAL DEBT in the Year ended 5th January, 1844.
:ExPENDITURE. - -. Payments out of the Income in its Progress to the Exchequer. £. s. d. £. s. d. Charges of Collection . . . . . . . 3,674,829 2 9} Other Payments - - - - - - - - - 687,396 11 4 Total Payments out of the Income, in its progress to the Exchequer . . . :--ro- 4,362,225 14 11
Interest and Management of the Permanent Debt . .
Total Charge of the Funded Debt, exclusive of the
Annuities and Pensions for Civil, Naval, Military, and
Judicial Services, i. by various Acts of Par
liament on the Consolidated #o - -
Army - - - - - - - - - -
Parliament, (including £262,000 to indemnify the
holders of certain forged Exchequer Bills) . . .
Excess of Income over Expenditure . . .
2,389,894 & 54
19,480,459 17 s
55,501,740 5 1 1,443,302 is 8.
56,945,04s 4 34 SERVICES.
DISPOSITION OF GRANTS.
An Account showing how the MoniEs given for the SERVICE of the UNITED KING|Dom of GREAT BRrtAIN and IRELAND for the Year 1843, have been disposed of; distinguished under their several Heads; to the 5th day of January, 1844.
Navy - - - - - -
Forces . - - - - -
On DNANCE - e • . -
To defray the Charge of Civil Contingengencies; for the year 1843 . . - To defray, to the 31st March 1844, the Expenses of the Service in Canada consequent upon the late Insurrection in that Colony - - - - - On account of the Expenses of the Expedition to China .. - - - To make good to certain Holders of Opium surrendered in China in March 1839, the Amount of Compensation due to them under the Fourth Article of the Treaty of Peace with China . - To defray, to the 31st March 1844, the Expense of Works and Repairs of Public Buildings, for Furniture, &c. for various Public Departments, and for certain Charges for Lighting and Watching, and for Rates and Taxes, also for the Maintenance and Repairs of Royal Palaces, and Works in the Royal Gardens, foro charged on the Civil List . To defray the Expense of providing temporary Accommodation for the Two Houses of Parliament, Committee-rooms, Qffices, and temporary Official Residences for the Speaker of the House of Commons and other Officers of that House; to the 31st March 1844 . .
110,000 0 0
25,300 0 0 821,020 0 0
1,281,211 0 0
105,636 0 0
9,590 0 0
<t'. 4,915,000 4,123,500 959,200
Voted or Granted.
To defray, to the 31st March 1844, the
To pay the Salaries and Expenses in the Departments of the Comptroller-General of the Exchequer, the Paymaster of Exchequer Bills, and the Paymaster of Civil Services; to the 31st March 1844 To pay the Salaries and other Expenses of the State Paper Office; to the 31st March 1844 . - - - - To pay the Salaries and Expenses of the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England ; to the 31st March 1844 - To pay the Salaries and Expenses of the Commissioners for carrying into execution the Act for the Amendment of the Laws relating to the Poor in England and Wales, and the Act for the Relief of the Destitute Poor in Ireland; to the 31st March 1844 . - - - To defray the Expenditure of the Mint; to the 31st March 1844 - - To pay the Salaries of Persons employed in the Care and Arrangement of the Public Records, to the 31st March 1844; and the Compensations to Keepers of Records, and others whose Offices have been abolished . - - - To pay the Salaries and Expenses of the Inspectors and Superintendants of Factories; to the 31st March 1844 - To pay the Salaries of certain Officers in Scotland, and other Charges formerly paid from the Hereditary Revenue; to the 31st March 1844 . - - To pay the Salaries of the Officers and Attendants of the Household of the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland; to the 31st March 1844 - - - - To pay the Salaries and Expenses of the Departments of the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland in Dublin and in London, and of Her Majesty's Privy Council in Ireland; to the 31st March, 1844 - - - - To defray the Charge of the Office of the Paymaster of Civil Services in Ireland; to the 31st March 1844 - - To pay the Salaries of the Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland. to the 31st March 1844 - - - - To defray the Charge of Her Majesty's Foreign and other Secret Services; to the 31st March 1844 . - - To defray the Expenses of providing Stationery, Binding, and Printing, for the