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SERVICES—continued.

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Voted or Granted.

SUMS
Paid.

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Towards defraying the Expense of the

Lying-in Hospital, Dublin, to the 31st

March, 1854 .
Towards defraying the Expense of Dr.

Stevens' Hospital, Dublin, to the 31st

March, 1854 :
Towards' defraying the Expense of the

House of Recovery and Fever Hospital,
Cork Street, Dublin, to the 31st March,

1854
Towards defraying the Expense of the

Hospital for Incurables, Dublin, to the

31st March, 1854 .
To defray the Expense of Non-conforming,

Seceding, and Protestant Dissenting
Ministers in Ireland, to the 31st March,

1854
To pay, to the 31st March, 1854, Charitable
Allowances charged on the Concordatum
Fund in Ireland, and other Allowances
and Bounties formerly defrayed from
Grants for the Lord Lieutenant's House-
hold, Civil Contingencies, &c.

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To defray the Expense of the General

Board of Health, to the 31st March,

1854
To defray the Charge of the Salaries and

Expenses of the Incumbered Estates
Commission, Ireland, to the 31st March,

1854
To defray, in the year 1853, the Expense

of erecting and maintaining certain

Lighthouses Abroad
To defray, in the year 1853, the Expense

of Works for improving the Navigation

of the Menai Straits Towards defraying the Cost of executing

certain Works of Navigation in Ireland
connected with Drainage, to the 31st

March, 1854 .
To defray the Charge of Works, Repairs,

Furniture, &c., in the British Ambas-
sador's House at Paris, to the 31st

March, 1854 . To defray the Expenses of the shipping Offices and Local Marine Boards under the Mercantile Marine Act, and the Expenses under the Steam Navigation Act,

to the 31st March, 1854 To defray the Charge for Pensions to Mas

ters and Seamen of the Merchant Service, and to their Widows and Children,

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SERVICES - continued.

SUMS
Voted or Granted.

SUMS

Paid.

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under the Merchant Seamen's Fund Act, and for Compensation to the late Officers of the Trustees of the Merchant Sea

men's Fund, to the 31st March, 1854 For payment of Rewards for certain Ser

vices in Suppression of the Slave Trade

on the Coast of Africa To defray the Expense of the Commission

appointed to superintend the Publication
of the Ancient Laws and Institutes of

Ireland, to the 31st March, 1854 .
To defray the Expenses of Commissions

appointed to inquire into Corrupt Prac-
tices at Elections, under the Corrupt

Practices at Elections Act
To discharge the Claim of Dr. Reid të

Compensation, in consequence of the
Discontinuance of his Services in super-
intending the Ventilation, &c., of the
New Houses of Parliament, including
the Expenses incurred in the Settlement

of the Claim by Arbitration . To defray the Fees, Salaries, and Compen.

sations payable under the Provisions of the Patent Law Amendment Act, to the

31st March, 1854 . To defray the Expense of Works at the

New Houses of Parliament, to the 31st

March, 1854 .
For the Extension and Completion of the

Fire Mains at Windsor Castle
Towards the Completion of the South Wing

of Buckingham Palace .
To defray, to the 31st March, 1854, the

Expense of forming a Park at Battersea Towards the Completion of a Bridge over

the Thames, at Chelsea . Towards defraying the Expense of con

structing an Embankment and Public
Roadway between Battersea and Vaux-
hall Bridges, and an Approach from

Sloane Street to Chelsea Bridge.
For the Purchase of the Right of the Pa-

tentee of the Invention of a Machine

for the Perforation of Postage Labels, &c. To enable Her Majesty to make Compen

sation to Sir W. Snow Harris for his
Expenditure of Time and Money in
perfecting a Mode of applying Electric

Conductors on board Ships
To defray, to the 31st March, 1854, the

Expense of laying down an independent
Line of Wires from London to the Con-
tinent, and thus to enable Her Majesty's
Government to join a Convention re-
cently concluded between France, Bel-

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SERVICES—continued.

SUMS
Voted or Granted.

SUNS
Paid

8.

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£

d. £ gium, and Prussia, for regulating the Transmission of Messages by Electric Telegraph

30,000 0 0 In aid of the Funds of the Royal Dublin

Society, for the purpose of building a Museum on the Premises of the Society in Dublin

2,500 0 0 • Towards defraying, in the year 1852–3,

the Purchase of Land at Kensington Gore, for Institutions connected with Science and Art, in aid of the Funds already appropriated thereto by Her Majesty's Commissioners of the Exhi. bition of 1851

• 150,000 0 0

141,000 0 0 * To defray, in the year 1852-3, the Charge

for the Funeral of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington

* 80,000 0 0

£ 22,773,230 7 0 14,560,655 8 4 To pay off and discharge Exchequer Bills

charged on the Aids or Supplies for the year 1853

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These sums were voted in December, 1852, but the Appropriation Act for 1852-3 having previously received the Royal Assent, they were included in the Act for the appropriation of the Supplies granted for the Service of the year 1853-4.

PAYMENTS FOR OTHER SERVICES,

NOT BEING PART OF THE SUPPLIES GRANTED FOR THE

SERVICE OF THE YEAR.

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IV.-PUBLIC Of GR II Berman" and [RELIFD, and the Charge thereupon, the Sen January 184. Mney, or Gratuta ga ato cher Stacks, eates the operation of the act & Vie es di. X.B-1 ie efect, which take peace sa ch Apr 1854, under 1.25

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DEBT.
CAPITALS

CPITALS
CAPITALS. Transferred to the
Commissioners.

TXREDEEMED

GREAT BRITAIN.

£ New Annuities at 21 per cent.

1,833,203 5 11 18,713 13 10 1,815,123 il * Old South Sea Arns. at 3 per cent. 2,719,773 9 10

13,101 16 3 Debt due to Bank of England ditto.

11.3.1 Conso caud Annuities dito.

1,16,4 15 † Reduced Annuities . ditto. 116,067 103 175 1,50,19 18 7 114.53 die

Total at 3 per cent. 498,777,514 14 67 2,6:3,516 10 .456.10.94 Annuities at 31 per cent.

216,20,833 10 5 424.563 7 8 215,773.95 ? New Annuities at 35 per cent. 174,751 74

11.731 New Annuities at 5 per cent. .

431.749 14 4

824 15

431,124 LS Total, Great Britain 717,418,734 12 63 3,057,880 11 6 774,359,854 1

IRELAND.
Nen Annuities at 24 per cent.

8,299 15 7

8.299 13 Consolidaled Annuities at 3 per cent. 6,049,366 38

6,149.36 38 Reduced Annuitiss ditto 118,757 15 2

118,15; 15 ? Annuities at 3 per cent. 31,723,424 3 4

31,723,424 3 4 Debt due to the Bank of Ireland, at 31 per cent.

2,630,769 48 New Annuities at 5 per cent.

2,100 00 . ::
Total, Ireland.
40,532,547 2 5

40,512,547 23 Total, United Kingdom, at 5th Jan. 1854

757,951,281 14 113 3,057,880 11 6 754,893,401 3 5

CAPITALS TO BE CREATED on 5th April, 1854.

New 34 per Cents. New 21 per Cents. Exchequer Bonds. * The result of the commutation of

the following Capitals (the in £ 8. d. £ 8. d. terest on which will not cease until 5th April, 1854) is not shown in the above Account: but on 5th April, 1854, the Sum of £2,759.778 98. 10d., Old 34,142 12 4 764,002 17 6 3,300 e o South Sea Annuities, will cense, £2,020,545 88. 7d. will be paid off, and cancelled, and 729,233 18, 3d. will be cancelled

and converted into + The above - stated Sum of

£116,067,768 17 bd. Reduced 3 per Cents. will, on 5th April, 1854, be reduced to

31,852 8 5 432,836 90 1,200 £115,633,972 34. 10d., and the balance of £433,796 138.78. will be cancelled and converted into.) Total

65,995 0 9 1,196,839 6 6 5,000 0 The Act 10 Geo. 4, c. 27, which came into operation at the 5th July, 1829, enacts, “That the şum thenceforth annually applicable to the Reduction of the National Debt of the United King dom, shall be the Sum which shall appear to be the Amount of the whole actual annual surplus Revenue, beyond the Expenditure of the said United Kingdom ;” and the following sums hare been accordingly received by the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt, including Sums on account of Donations and Bequests, viz. :

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Applicable between

5th April and 5th July, 1853
5th July and 10th October, 1853
10th October, 1853, and 5th January, 1854
6th January and 5th April, 1854

On account of On account of

The Donations and Sinking Fund. Bequests

£ 5. d. 604,389 16 6 2,415 16 4 615,185 90 3,951 13 je 892,156 4 2 2,512 31 811,855 17 11 3,951 13 10

2,923,587 7 7

12,831 71

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