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X. Loans, Remittances, and Advances to other countries (I), viz.

Ireland
Sicily
Portugal
Spain .

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XI. Miscellaneous Servicces (K)

At Home
Abroad

1,711,309 17 11

251,326 10 31

1,962,636

8

2

Deduct Loan, &c, for Ireland . . Deduct for Interest, &c. on Portuguese Loan

4,432,292 15 3

57,170 3 0

95,907,659 8 31 4,489,412 18 39

This includes the sum of £.425,175 0 3 for Interest, &c. paid on Imperial Loans,

91,418,196 10 04

PUBLIC FUNDED DEBT. PUBLIC FUNDED DEBT OF GREAT Britain, as the same stood on the 1st of February, 1812.

Do.

TOTAL DEBT UNREDEEMED.
Bank of England and Annuities, 1726 • - At 3 per cent
South Sea Old and New Annuities, 1751 - - Ditto
Consolidated Annuities -
Reduced Annuities - .. .

- Do.
Consolidated Annuities

At 4 per cent
Consolidated Annuities

per cent
Annuities, 1797 and 1802 - - - - Do.

12,686,800 0 0
- 16,507,684 13 114
-341,489,516 11 91

97,562,377 07
66,115,296 2 2

79,433,223 13 75
- 1,723,287 3 7
- 615,518,185 5 87

Total CAPITALS

Annual Interest
Annuities for Lives or for term of
Charges of Management
Annuities fallen in, or dead; Grants of Parliament, and 1 per cent, on Annual Grants

20,749,828 14 7
1.540,257 19 13

234,254 3 9
13,084,274 3 11

Total CHARGE for Debt payable in GREAT BRITAIN

- 35,608,615 1 5

UNFUNDED DEBT.
An Account of the UNFUNDED Debt and DEMANDS OUTSTANDING on the 5th Day of January, 1812.

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41,491,800 00

TREASURY ;
Miscellaneous Services
Warrants for Army Services
Treasury Bills accepted previous to and on the 5th January 1812, due subsequent to that day

550,807 14

17,522 14
1,143,138 14

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1
34
* 1,710,969 2 8

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An Account of the real value of EXPORTS from GREAT BRITAIN, in the Years 1805, 1806, 1807, 1808, 1809,

1810, and 1811, respectively; distinguishing generally the Countries to which the Goods were exported.

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Custom House, London,

28th April, 1812.

WILLIAM IRVING, Inspector-General of Imports and Exports.

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT

OF THE

POPULATION OE GREAT BRITAIN, ..

In the Years 1801 and 1811,
Shewing the Increase or Diminution thereof.
Together with the present State of the Returns called for by an
Act of the last Session of Parliament.

ENGLAND.,

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