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company of several battalions, reduced from ten to nine companies, and who remained on half pay at the 24th of December 1765
10. For the charge of the office of ordnance for land service, for 1767
11. For defraying the expence of services performed by the office of ordnance for land service, and not provided for by parliament in 1766
169600 0 2
51190 6 6
1384362 1 84 JANUARY 29 For the ordinary of the navy, including half pay to sea and marine officers, for 1767
409177 4 3. FEBRUARY 10. 1. Towards the buildings, rebuildings, and re. pairs of ships of war, in his majesty's yards, and Other extra works, over and above what are proposed to be done upon the heads of wear and tear and ordinary, for 1767
298144 00 2. For purchasing a quantity of hemp, to replenith his majesty's magazines
328144 0 FEBRUARY 12. 1. For paying off and discharging the exchequer bills, made out by virtue of the act of laft seslion, chap. 15. and charged upon the first aids, to be granted in this feffion
1800000 2. To make good to his majesty, the like fam ifued by his orders, in pursuance of the addresses of this house
1812951 FEBRUARY 19. 1. Towards defraying the extraordinary expences of his majefty's land forces and other services, incurred to the zd. of February 1767, and not provided for by parliament
315917 16 5 2. Upon-accounty towards defraying the charge of
out-pensioners of Chelsea hospital, for 1767 106083 2 6
421000 18 11
MARCH 5: That provision be made for the pay and cloathing of the militia, and for their subfiftence during the time they fall be absent from home, on account of the annual exercise, for 1967.
MARCH 19. 1. Upon Account, for maintaining and supporting the civil establishment of Nova Scotia, for 1767 4866 3 5
2. Upon Account of sundry expences for the service of Nova Scotia for 1760, not provided for by parliament
691 8 0 3. Upon account, for defraying the charges of the civil establishment of Georgia, and other inci. dental expences attending the fame, from June 24, 1766, to June 24, 1767.
3986 0 0 4. Upon account, for defraying the charges of the civil establishment of Eaft Florida, and other incidental expences attending the same, from June 24, 1766, to June 24, 1767
4750 0 0 5. Upon account, for defraying the charges of the civil establishments of West Florida, and other incidental expences attending the fame, from June 24, 1766, to June 24, 1767
4800 00 6. Upon account, for defraying the expence at. tending general survey's of his majesty's dominions in North America, for 1767.
7. Upon account, for defraying the charges of the civil establishment of Senegambia, for 1767 5550
26245 5 5
For the marriage portion of the Queen of Denmark
MARCH 31. 1. Towards carrying on an additional building for a more commodious passage to the house of commons, from St. Margaret's Lane, and Old Palace Yard
2 To be employed in maintaining and fupporting the British forts and settlements on the coast of Africa, under the direction of the committee of merchants trading to Africa,
1. To replace to the linking fund, the like fum issued thereout, to discharge for the year ended the 29th of September, 1766, the annuities after the rate of 41. per cent. attending such part of the joint stock, established by an act of the third of his present majesty, in respect of certain navy, victualling, and transport bills, and ordnance debentures, as
remained unredeemed on the said eyth of September
104506 1 10 2: To replace to ditto, the like fửm issued there. out, for paying the charges of management of the annuities attending the said joint stock, for one year, ended the 29th of September, 1766
1592 191 3. To replace to ditto, the like fum iffued thereout, to discharge from the 29th of September, 1766, to the 25th of December following, the annuities attending such part of the said joint stock as was redeemed in pursuance of an act made in the last session of parliament.
8708 17 75 4. To replace to dirto, the like sum paid out of the same, to make good the deficiency on the 5th of July, 1766, of the feveral rates and duties upon offices and pensions, and upon houses, and upon windows or lights, which were made a fund, by an act of the 31st of his late majesty, for paying annuities in respect of five millions borrowed towards the fupply granted for the service of 1758.
496609 24 5. To replace to ditto, the like fum paid out of the same, to make good the deficiency on the 10th of October, 1766, of several additional duties on wines imported, and certain duties on cyder and porry, which were made a fund for paying annụities in respect of 3,500,000l. borrowed towards the fapply granted for the service of 1763.
12758 13 7 6. To make compensation to Dr. Peter Swinton, for the damage done to his estate in the city of Chester at the time of the late rebellion, by order of the officer commanding the garrison of the said city.
700 0 0
177926 14 APRIL 13. 1. That the remainder of the capital stock of an. nuities, after the rate of 41. per cent. granted in respect of certain navy, victualling, and transport bills, and ordnance debentures, delivered in, and cancelled, pursuant to an act made in the third year of his majesty's reign, be redeemed, and paid off, on the 25th of December next, after discharging the interest then payable in refpect of the fame.
2. To enable his majesty to redeem and pay off the said remainder
1741776 10 TI 3. That one fourth part of the capital stock of annuities, after the rate of 41. per cent, established
by by the act 3 Geo. III. chap. 12. he redeemed, and paid off, on the 5th of January next, after discharge ing the interest' then payable in respect of the same.
4. To enable his majefty to redeem and pay off the said one fourth part.
8750000 5. Towards paying off and discharging the debt of the navy
300000 6. To make good the deficiency of the grants for the service of 1766
3045920 13 7 1. Upon account, for enabling the FoundlingHospital to maintain and educate such children as were received into the same, on or before the 25th of March 1760, from the 31st of December 1766 exclusive, to the 3ift of December 1767 inclusive, and that the said sum be issued and paid as on for mer occasions
280000 2. Upon account, for enabling the said hospital to put out apprentice the said children, so as the said hospital do not give with any one child more
That the half pay of the lieutenants of his majesty's navy is unequal to the rank their commissions bear, and the time they have been in his majesty's ser. vice.
JUNE 1. Upon account, towards satisfying the expences
' incurred by the committee of the company of merchants trading to Africa, on account of the establishment of Senegal, and its dependences, after the 29th of October, 1765
2. For further enabling his majefty to defray the contingent expences of the forces serving in NorthAmerica
Sum total of the supplies granted in this feflion
8527728 o 65
horse-hair hats, and bonnets, which Ways and means for raising the from and after the second of April,
above supply granted to his Ma. 1767, shall be entered inward at jefty, agreed to on the following any 'port or place in this kingdays, viz.
2. That an additional duty of Nov. 27, 1766.
6s. be laid upon every pound HAT the usual temporary weight avoirdupoife of platting,
malt tax be continued from or other manufacture of bast, or the 23d of June, 1767, to the 24th straw, chip, cane, or horse-hair, of June, 1768, 700,oool.
to be used in, or proper for, makMARCH 2, 1767.
ing of hats or bonnets, which, That the sum of 3s in the from and after the said ad of April, pound, and no more, be raised shall be entered inwards at any within the space of one year, from port, or place, in this kingdom. the 25th of March, 1767, upon
APRIL 16. lands, tenements, hereditaments, 1. That towards the supply pensions, offices, and personal es- granted to his majesty, the sum of tates, in that part of Great Britain 1,500,000l be raised in manner called England, Wales, and the following, that is to say, the sum town of Berwick upon Tweed; of 900,oool. by annuities, after and that a proportionable cess, ac- the rate of 31. per cent. to comcording to the ninth article of the mence from the 5th of January laft, treaty of union, be laid upon that and the sum of 600,000 by a part of Great Britain called Scot. lottery to consist of 60,000 tic. land, 1,528,5681. 115. 11 d. kets, the whole of such sum to be MARCH 9.
divided into prizes, which are to 1. That the charge of the pay be attended with the like 31. per and cloathing of the militia, in cent, annuities, to commence from that part of Great Britain called the 5th of January, 1768; and England, for one year, beginning that all the said annuities be tranfthe 25th of March, 1767, be de- ferrable at the Bank of England, frayed out of the monies arising by paid half-yearly on the 5th of Juthe land. tax, granted for the Ter- ly, and the 5th of January, in eve. vice of 1767
ry year, out of the sinking fund, 2. That the sum of 1,800,000l. and added to, and made part of, be raised by loans or exchequer the joint stock of 31. per cent, an, bills, if not discharged with inter- nuities, which were consolidated eft thereupon, on or before the 5th at the bank of England, by cerof April, 1768, to be exchanged tain acts made in the 25th and and received in payment, in such 28th years of the reign of his late manner as exchequer bills have majesty, and several subsequent usually been exchanged and re. acts, and subject to redemption by ceived in payment.
parliament ; that every contri. APRIL 2.
butor towards the faid sum of 1. That an additional duty of 900,oool. Ihall, in respect of eve. 65. be laid upon every dozen of ry bol. agreed by him to be con. baft, or straw, chip, cane, and tributed for railing fach fum, be