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SERwices—continued.

Expense that may be incurred for Prosecutions, &c. relating to
the Coin of this Kingdom; for the year 1818.................. ---
Charge for printing Acts of Parliament for the two Houses of
Parliament, for the Sheriffs, Clerks of the Peace, and Chief
Magistrates throughout the United Kingdom, and for the
acting Justices throughout Great Britain; also for printing
Bills, Reports, Evidence, and other Papers and Accounts for
the House of Lords; for the year 1818 ..........................
To make good the Deficiency of the Grant of 1817, for printing
1750 Copies of the 71st Volume of Journals of the House of
Commons .......... * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
To make good Ditto for defraying the Expenses of printing Bills,
Reports, and other Papers, by order of the House of Commons,
during the last Session ...............
To defray the Expense of printing the Votes of the House of

Commons, during the present Session of Parliament ....... -----

To make good the Deficiency of the Grant of 1817, for reprinting Journals and Reports of the House of Commons ............

To defray the Expense, in the present Session, for printing 1,15
Copies of the General Index to 16 Volumes of Journals of
the House of Lords, from the 20th to the 35th Volume, both
inclusive ...... --- - - - - - - - - e - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -----ee-

To defray the Amount of Bills drawn or to be drawn from New
South Wales; for the year 1818 .......................... ........

To pay off and discharge Exchequer Bills issued pursuant to
Acts of the 7th and 11th years of the reign of Queen Anne,
remaining in the Chests of the Tellers of the Exchequer,
together with the Interest due upon them outstanding and
unprovided for .................

For defraying the Expenses of th 1818

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To make good the deficiency of the Vote in the year 1816, for
making good any deficiency or loss that might arise from the
Recoinage of the Silver Coin of this Realm, and the Charges
and Expenses of melting down, casting, assaying, and recoin-
ing the same, and all other Expenses incident thereto ..... ---
For defraying the Expense of printing Bills, Reports, and other
Papers, by order of the House of Commons, during the present
Session of Parliament
For defraying the Expense that may be incurred in 1818, for
printing 1,750 Copies of the 73rd Volume of Journals of the
House of Commons, being for the present Session ...............
For defraying the Expense that may be incurred for reprinting
Journals and Reports of the House of Commons, in the year
1818
To defray the Expense of Sundry Works proposed to be done at
Holyhead; for the year 1818
For further making good the deficiencies of the Fee Funds; for the
year 1818
For further defraying the Contingent Expenses and Messengers
Bills in the Departments of the Treasury, three Secretaries of
State, and Lord Chamberlain; for the year 1818 ...............
For further defraying the Expenses of the House of Lords and
Commons; for the year 1818
For further defraying the Salaries to the Officers, and Expenses
of the Court, and Receipt of Exchequer; for the year 1818.

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SERV:cES SErvices—continued. -- £. s, d. For further defraying the Salaries and Allowances to the Officers of the Houses of Lords and Commons; for the year 1818 ... 23,500 0 0 Towards further defraving the Expenses of Works, and Repairs of Public Buildings; for the year 1818 ..... ------------- ......... 37,000 0 0 For the Expense of making variations in the Road between Bangor and Chirk ; for the year 1818 ................................. .-- - - - 10,000 0 0 Towards building a Bridge over the Menai Strait, near Bangor Ferry; for the year 1818 ....... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ------- -- - - - - - - - - - --> 20,000 0 0 To complete the Expense of Building the Royal Military College at Sandhurst ........................ .............................. 78,058 11 3 To make up the total Sum charged upon the Fees arising in the Exchequer, in the year ending the 5th day of January, 1818 13,685 15 4 To make good the deficiency of the Grants for the year 1817 ... 259,686 19 104

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For the purchase of a Lot of Ground adjoining the Branch of the
Royal Military Asylum at Southampton, for the purposes of
Air and Exercise............ - - - - - - - ------------ • * --------- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 850 0 0

The following Services are directed to be paid, without any Fee or other Deduction whatsoever:—

To be applied in further execution of an Act of the 43rd year of his present Majesty, cap. 80, towards making Roads and building Bridges in the Highlands of Scotland; for the year 1818. 20,000 0 0 Towards defraying the Expense of the building of a Penitentiary House at Milbank; for the year 1818............................. 60,000 0 To defray the Expense of the Establishment of the Pénitentiary House; from the 24th day of June, 1818, to the 24th day of June, 1819 ............................................................... 11,043 12 To defray the Expense of the National Vaccine Establishment; for the year 1818 ........................................... .......... 3,000 0 To defray the Expense of confining and maintaining Criminal Lunatics; for the year 1818.......................................... . 2,777 0 For the Relief of American Loyalists; for the year 1818 ......... 12,500 0 To defray the Charge of the Superannuation Allowances, or Compensations to retired Clerks and other Officers, formerly employed in the Office of the Commissioners for auditing the Public Accounts; for the year 1818 ....................... -- *- - - - 1,750 0 To defray the Charge of ...... Ditto ..... Ditto ...... formerly employed in the Lottery Office; for the year 1818............... 336 10 0 To defray the Charge of the Superannuation Allowances, or Compensations to retired Clerks and other Officers, formerly employed in his Majesty's Mint; for the year 1818 ............ 620 0 0 To defray the Charge of....... Ditto....... to one of the late Paymasters of Exchequer Bills; for the year 1818 ...... * * * * * * * * * * * * To amount of the Annuity granted to the Trustees of her late Royal Highness the Princess Charlotte Augusta, and his Serene Highmess Leopold George Frederick Prince of Cobourg, which would have accrued from the 10th day of October, 1817, to the 6th day of November following, the day of her Royal Highness's death ................... e - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - * -- e. e. e. e. e-e -e e - e. e. e. e. e. 4,655 3 To enable the Trustees of the British Museum to purchase the Iibrary and Collection of the late Dr. Charles Burney ......... 13,500 0 To defray the Expense of maintaining and repairing the British Forts on the Coast of Africa; for the year 1818...... - - - - - - - - - ... 28,000 0 For the Board of Agriculture; for the year 1818 ....... - - - - 3,000 0 For defraying the Expense of Works carrying on at the College of Edinburgh; for the year 1818 .................,................. 10,000 0 0

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SERVICES SERVICEs—continued.

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Towards the Repairs of Henry the Seventh's Chapel; for the year 1818 ............... ----------------------------------------------For the purchase of Land on Hounslow Heath, for the Exercise of Cavalry ...... -------- ------------- --------------------- -----------------Towards defraying the Expense of making an Inland Navigation from the Eastern to the Western Sea, by Inverness and Fort William; for the year 1818 .................. .. ----------- ---------To pay retired Allowances and Gratuities to the Officers and other persons formerly employed upon the Military Roads in Scotland, and the Management of which Roads has been transferred to the Commissioners for Highland Roads and Bridges. To be applied towards the Expenses to be incurred in the Management of the British Museum ; for the year 1818.................. Towards completing the Improvements in Westminster ........ Towards defraying the Charge of an Institution called the Veterinary College; for the year 1818 ................... -------------To enable his Majesty to pay the same to the Governors of the Bounty of Queen Anne, for the Augmentation of the Maintenance of the Poor Clergy, according to the Rules and Regulations by which the Funds of that Corporation are governed ... Towards enabling his Majesty to make provision for the Augmentation of the Maintenance of the Poorer Clergy of Scotland, to be issued and applied pursuant to the provisions of any Act passed for that purpose................................................ For defraying the Charges of preparing and drawing the Lotteries

for 1817, &c. ............................................................

IRELAND.

For defraying the Charge of the following SERwices in IRELAND, which are directed to be paid Nett in British Currency:

For the Remuneration of certain Public Officers in Ireland, for their extraordinary trouble in the year 1818 ..................... For defraying the probable Expenditure of the Board of Works in Ireland; for the year 1818 .................................... .. For defraying the Charge of Printing, Stationary, and other Disbursements, for the chief and under Secretaries' offices and apartments, and other Public Offices in Dublin Castle, &c.; and for riding Charges, and other Expenses of the Deputy Pursuivants and extra Messengers attending the said Offices; also Superannuated Allowances in the said chief Secretary's Office; for one year ending the 5th day of January, 1819...... For defraying the Expense of publishing Proclamations, and other matters of a Public nature, in the Dublin Gazette and other Newspapers in Ireland; for one year ending the 5th day of January, 1819 ...................................................... For defraying the Expense of Printing 1,500 Copies of a compressed Quarto Edition of the Statutes of the United Kingdom, for the use of the Magistrates of Ireland, and also 250 Copies of a Folio Edition of the same, bound, for the use of the Lords, Bishops, and Public Officers in Ireland .................---------For defraying the Expense of Criminal Prosecutions, and other Law Expenses in Ireland; for one year ending the 5th day of January, 1819 ..... ---------------------------------------------------

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To defray the Expense of apprehending Public Offenders in Ireland; for one year ending the 5th day of January, 1819. ...... 2,307 0 0 For completing the Sum necessary for the support of the Nonconforming Ministers in Ireland; for one year ending the 5th

day of January, 1819................................................... 8,581 0 0 Fcr the Support of Seceding Ministers from the Synod of Ulster in Ireland; for one year ending Ditto....................... -- - - - - - 3,868 0 0 For the Support of Protestant Dissenting Ministers in Ireland; for one year ending Ditto ......................... -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 756 () 0 For paying the Salaries of the Lottery Officers in Ireland; for one year ending 24th of June, 1818............................ ----- 1,764 18, 6 For defraying the Expense of the Pratique of the Port of Dublin; for one year ending the 5th of January, 1819..................... 691 0 0

For the Establishment and Maintenance of the Public Navigations in Ireland, vested in the Directors of Inland Navigation; for the year 1818 ........................... • * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 5,475 0 0

To defray Civil Contingencies in Ireland; for one year ending

the 5th day of January, 1819 ....................................... 40,000 0 0 For defraying the Expense of making a Line of Canal from Lough Allan to the River Shannon, below Battle Bridge; in the current year...................... • * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 15,000 0 0 For further defraying the Civil Contingencies in Ireland; for the year-ending 5th day of January, 1819.............................. 15,000 0 0 To carry on the Works at Dunmore Harbour; in the year 1818 8,000 0 0 To carry on the Works at Howth Harbour; in the year 1818 ... 5,000 0 0 To defray the Expense of building Churches and Glebe Houses, and purchasing Glebes in Ireland; for one year ending the 5th day of January, 1819.............................. 9,230 0 0

For defraying the Expense of the Trustees of the Linen and Hempen Manufactures of Ireland; for the year ending the " 5th day of January, 1819; to be by the said Trustees applied in such manner as shall appear to them to be most conducive to promote and encourage the said manufactures ........ e ----- 19,938 9 23.

To defray the Expense of the Commissioners for making wide and convenient Streets in the City of Dublin; for one year ending the 5th day of January, 1819 .............................. 11,076 0 0

To defray the additional Allowance to the Chairman of the

Board of Inland Navigation in Ireland; for the year 1818...... 276 18 5, To defray the Expense of putting the House of the Royal Irish Academy, in Grafton-street, into perfect Repair.................. 323 0 0

For defraying the Expense of building Churches and Glebe Houses, and for purchasing Glebes in Ireland; for one year. ending the 5th day of January, 1849 .............................. 18,461 0 0 For defraying the Expense of supporting the Protestant Charter Schools of Ireland; for one year ending Ditto..................... 38,331 0 0 For defraying the Expense of the Foundling Hospital at Dublin; for one year ending Ditto............................................. 32,515 For supporting the House of Industry, Hospitals, and Asylums, so Children in Dublin; for one year ending itto

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SERwices in IRELAND-continued.

- £. s. d. For defraying the Expense of the Female Orphan House, on the Circular Road, near Dublin; for one year ending the 5th day of January, 1819............. ---- ----------------------------- - - - - - - - - - 2,307 0 0 For supporting the Westmorland Lock Hospital in Dublin; for one year ending Ditto ................................................ 8,307 0 0 For supporting the Lying-in Hospital ; for one year ending Ditto .................. ................................ ................. 3,148 0 0 To defray the probable Expense of Dr. Steven's Hospital; for one year ending Ditto .......................... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1,467 0 0 To defray the Expense of the Fever Hospital and House of Recovery in Cork-street, Dublin; for one year ending Ditto...... --- 4,615 0 0 To defray the Expense of the Hospital for Incurables in Dublin; for one year ending Ditto ..... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 465 0 0 To defray the Charge of the Establishment of the Roman Catholic Seminary; for the year ending Ditto ..................... 8,928 0 0 For defraying the Expense of the Association incorporated for discountenancing Vice, and promoting the Knowledge and Practice of the Christian Religion; for one year ending the 5th day of January, 1819............................... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 3,430 0 0 To defray the Charge of the Green Coat Hospital of the City o Cork; for one year ending Ditto ............................... -- - - 104 0 0 To defray the Expense of the Cork Institution; for one year ending Ditto .............. -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - e. e. e. e. e - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2,307 0 0 To defray the Expenses of the Society for promoting the Education of the Poor of Ireland; for one year ending Ditto......... 5,538 0 0 To defray the Expenses of the Dublin Society; for one year ending Ditto ............................................................ 9,230 0 0 For defraying the Expenses of the Farming Society of Ireland; for one year ending Ditto ............................................ 4,015 0 0

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Exchequer Bills voted in Supply, per Act £. s. d. 56 Geo. 3rd, c. 14............ 6,000,000 0 0 ... 24,000,000 0 0

18,000,000 0 0
9,000,000 0 0

57,000,000 0 0

Irish Treasury Bills, per Act 56 Geo. 3rd, o. 41 and 47................................. 1,084,615 7 8% ———58,084,615 7 84

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