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MONTANT DES RECETTES
DESIGNATION DES PRODUITS.

PREVUES POUR
LE BUDGET DE 1844.

Francs. Francs. Fonds à verser par des Départements, des Com

munes et des Particuliers, pour concourir,
avec ceux de l'Etat, à l'Exécution des Travaux
Publics

80,000
Produits de l'Exploitation des Chemins de Fer
entre la France et la Belgique

600,000 Recettes de différentes origines

300,262

14,400,500

Total des Voies et Moyens Ordinaires de l'Exercice 1844. Francs 1,246,880,336

Ressources Extraordinaires (portion de l'Emprunt

autorisé par la Loi du 25 Juin, 1841, applicable
aux Travaux Extraordinaires de l'Exercice
1844)..

..

77,880,000

TOTAL GENERAL des Voies et Moyens de l'Exercice 1844 Francs 1,324,760,336

Résultat Général des Recettes et des Dépenses du Budget de l'Exercice

1844. Les Dépenses sont de

1,389,208,172 Les Recettes présumées, de

1,324,760,336

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Excédant de Dépense

Francs

64,447,836

(Etat E.)TABLEAU des Recettes affectées, pour l'Exercice 1844. aux Services Spéciaux portés pour Ordre au Budget.

MINISTERE DE LA JUSTICE ET DES CULTES.

Légion d'Honneur. Revenus propres de l'Ordre..

6,958,698 Pensions et Frais de Trousseaux versés par les Parents des Elèves de la Maison Royale de Saint-Denis

94,000 Supplément à la Dotation de l'Ordre, porté au Budget de l'Etat,

en vertu de diverses Lois, pour subvenir à la Dépense des Traitements des sous-Officiers et Soldats des Armées de Terre et de Mer, nommés dans l'Ordre depuis le 6 Juillet, 1820, et qui étaient en activité de service à la date de leur nomination 283,000

TOTAL

Francs

7,335,698

Imprimerie Royale. Produits des Impressions Diverses

2,634,500 MONTANT DES RECETTES DESIGNATION DES PRODUITS.

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PREVUES POUR

LE BUDGET DE 1843.
MINISTERE DES AFFAIRES ETRANGERES.
Chancelleries Consulaires.

Fraxos. Produits d'Actes de Chancellerie et Bénéfices sur le change

238,000 Prélèvement à effectuer sur le Fonds Commun des Chancelleries

Consulaires, au profit de celles dont les Dépenses excéderont
les Recettes (Article V de l'Ordonnance Royale du 23 Août,
1833)

12,000

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Retenues exercées sur la Solde des Officiers Militaires et Civils

et Agents de tous grades et en ongé
Retenues sur les Salaires au Commerce
Décomptes des Déserteurs ..
Dépôts provenant de Solde, parts de Prises, etc.
Dépôts provenant de Naufrages
Droits sur les Prises
Dividende des Actions de la Banque de France
Rentes de 5 pour cent (Immobilisées)
Plus-value des Feuilles de Roles d'Equipage
Recettes Diverses ..

100,000 750,000

20,000 200,000

60,000 100,000

85,000 4,689,239

30,000 95,761

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MINISTERE DES FINANCES.
Service de la Fabrication des Monnaies et Médailles,
Monnaies.

Francs.
Retenue sur les matières apportées aux Changes des
Monnaies, pour Frais de Fabrication..

719,394
Tolérances en faible sur la Fabrication des Monnaies 50,000
Droit d'Essai sur les Lingots présentés en vérifica-
fication par le Commerce

100

769,494

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Résultat des Recettes et des Dépenses des Services Spéciaux portés pour

Ordre au Budget,

RECETTES. DEPENSES. Légion d'Honneur

7,335,698 7,335,698 Imprimerie Royale

2,634,500 2,634,500 Chancelleries Consulaires

250,000 250,000 Caisse des Invalides de la Marine

8,150,000 8,090,000 Service de la Fabrication des Monnaies et Médailles 1,350,494 1,350,494

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(Etat F.)-TABLEAU du Serrice Départmental, pour l'Exercice 1844. (Exécution de la loi du 10 Mai 1838. RECAPITULATION.

RESSOURCES. DEPENSES. Ministère de l'Intérieur

77,135,480 77,135,480 Ministère de l'Instruction Publique

4,060,000 4,060,000 Ministère des Finances..

819,000 819,000

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BRITISH ORDER IN COUNCIL, declaring that Peru is

entitled by Treaty to certain Privileges of Trade and Narigation in British Ports.December 23, 1845.

At the Court at Windsor, the 23rd day of December, 1845,

PRESENT, THE QUEEN'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY IN COUNCIL.

Whereas in pursuance of an Act, passed in the session of Parliament holden in the 8th and 9th years of the reign of Her present Majesty (cap. 90,] intituled “ An Act for granting duties of Customs," a certain

Order in Council was made and published, on the 8th day of August, 1845,* declaring what are the foreign Powers with which such Treaties, as in the said recited Act are mentioned, are existing

And whereas a Treaty is now existing between Her Majesty and the Republic of Peru, but the said Republic was omitted in the enumeration of the foreign Powers contained in the said Order of the 8th day of August:

And whereas it is expedient that such omission should now be supplied :

Now, therefore, Her Majesty, by and with the advice of Her Privy Council, and in pursuance and exercise of the powers rested in Her by the said recited Act of the 8th and 9th years of Her Majesty's reign, doth hereby declare, that a Treaty is now subsisting between Her Majesty and the said Republic of Peru.

And the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury are to give the necessary directions herein accordingly.

C. C. GREVILLE.

a

ACT of the British Parliament, " for granting to Her Majesty,

until the 5th of July, 1846, certain Duties on Sugar imported into the United Kingdom."

[8 Vict. cap. 5.]

[April 24, 1845.] Most GRACIOUS SOVEREIGN,

We, your Majesty's most dutiful and loyal subjects, the Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland in Parliament

* Page 883.

assembled, towards raising the necessary supplies to defray your
Majesty's public expenses, have freely and voluntarily resolved to
give and grant unto your Majesty the duties hereinafter mentioned,
and therefore do most humbly beseech your Majesty that it may be
enacted; and be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty,
by and with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Tem-
poral, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by
the authority of the same, that from and after the 14th day of March,
1815, the duties imposed on sugar and molasses by an Act passed in
the session of Parliament holden in the 7th and 8th years of the reign
of Her present Majesty (cap. 28], intituled “ An Act for granting to
Her Majesty, until the 5th day of July, 1845, certain duties on sugar
imported into the United Kingdom, for the Service of the year 1811,"
shall cease and be no longer payable; and that from and after the
said 14th day of March until the 5th day of July, 1816, in licu
thereof, there shall be charged the duties of Customs following (that
is to say) :
On sugar and molasses the growth and produce of any

British possession in America, or of any British pos-
session within the limits of the East India Company's
charter into which the importation of foreigu sugar
is prohibited, and imported from thence, the duties
following (that is to say):

£ s. d.
Double refined sugar, or sugar equal in quality to
double refined, for every cwt.

1 Other refined sugar

0 18 8 White clayed sugar, or sugar rendered by any

process equal in quality to white clayed, not
being refined, for every cwt.

0 16 4 Brown sugar, being Muscovado or clayed, or any

other sugar, not being equal in quality to white
for every cwt.

0 14 0 Candy, brown, for every cwt.

1 6 0 Candy, white, for every cwt.

1 15 0 Clayed molasses, for every cwt.

0 3 On sugar the growth and produce of any other British

possession within the limits of the East India Com-
pany's charter, the duties following (that is to say):
White clayed sugar, or sugar rendered by any

process equal in quality to white clayed, not
being refined, for every cwt.

· 119 Brown sugar, being Muscovado or clayed, or any

other sugar, not being equal in quality to white
clayed, for every cwt.

0 18 8

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