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DISPOSITION OF GRANTS.

An Account, showing how the Monies given for the Service of

the United Kingdom of Great Britain and IRELAND, for the Year 1820, have been disposed of; distinguished under their several Heads; to the 5th January, 1821.

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2,000 0 0

240 13 2 5,000 0 0 6,796 17 6 3,000 0 0 1,800 0 2,000 0 0 4,50000 9,000 0 0 20,000 0 0

...

Of the Bahama Islands, in addition to the Salaries

now paid to the Publio Officers, out of the Duty Fund, and the Incidental Charges attending the same, from the 1st of January to 31st December, 1820.

3,301 10 0 Ditto... Dominica.......... from Ditto to Ditto 600 0 0 Ditto... Upper Canada...... from Dillo to Ditto 10,800 0 0 Ditto... Nova Scotia from Ditto to Dillo 13,593 15 0 Ditto... New Brunswick ... from Ditto to Ditto 6,757 10 0 Ditlo... Cape Breton from Dilto to Ditto 2,285 13 2 Ditto... Pr. Edward's Island from Ditto lo Ditto 3,520 15 0 Ditto... Newfoundland from Ditto to Ditto 5,976 0 0 Dillo... New South Wales.. from Dillo to Ditto 17,081 5 0 Ditto... Sierra Leone from Ditto to Ditto 22,358 10 Of the Royal Military College; from the 25th

......

18,600 0 0

Dec. 1819 to the 24th Dec, 1820, both inclusive, being 366 days.........

21,471 16 9 of the Royal Military Asylum at Chelsea ; for the same time....

35,500 13 10 For discharging Interest on Exchequer Bills,

Irish Treasury Bills and Mint Notes 1,000,000 0 0 One hundredth part of forty-one millions of

Exchequer Bills, authorized in the last Session, to be issued and charged upon the Aids granted in the present Session, to be issued and paid by equal Quarterly Payments to the Governor and Company of the Bank of England, to be by them pluced to the Ac. count of the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt; for the year ending 1st Feb. 1820

410,000 0 0 For defraying the Expense attending the con

fining, maintaining, and employing Conviots at home; for 1820

83,675 0 0 For defraying the Expense of confining and

maintaining Criminal Lunatics ; for 1870 3,164 0 0

33,017 16 S

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465,521 3 94

307,500 0 0

83,675 00

1,548 14 1

SERVICES-continued.

SUMS
Voted or Granted.

SUMS
Paid.

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For defraying the Expenses that may be in

curred for Prosecutions, &c. relating to the

Coin of this Kingdom; for 1820 ........
For defraying the Expense of Law Charges ;

for 1820
To make good the deficiency of the Grant of

1819, for defraying the Charge of Printing Acls 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 defraying the Charge of Printing Acts of

Parliament for the lwo Houses of Parliament, for the Sheriffs, Clerks of the Peace, and Chief Magistrales throughout the United Kingdoin, 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 1820... To make good the Deficiency of the Grant for

1819, for Defraying the Expense of printing the Votes of the House of Commons, during

the then Session of Parliament For defraying the Expense of printing the Votes

of the House of Commons, during the last and

present Session To make good the Deficiency of the Grant of

1819, for printing 1,750 Copies of the 74th

Volume of Journals of the House of Commons For defraying the Expense that may be incurred

in 1820, for printing 1,750 Copies of the
75th Volume of the Journals of the House of

Commons
To make good the Deficiency of the Grant of

1819, for defraying the Expense of printing
Bills, Reports and other Papers, by Order of
the House of Commons, during the then

Session
For defraying the Expense of printing Bills,

Reports and other Papers, by Order of the
House of Commons, during the last and

present Session
For defraying the Expense that may be incorred
for re-printing Journals and Reports of the

House of Commons ; in 1820
For defraying the Charge of the Allowances or

Compensations gravted or allowed as Retired
Allowances or Superannuations, to Persons
formerly ernployed in Public Offices or De.
partments, or in the Public Service, accord-
ing to the provisions of an Act of the 50

Geo. 3, c. 117; for 1820......
To make good the Deficiency of the Fee Funds

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in the Departments of the Treasury, three Secretaries of State and Privy Council ; for

1820
For defraying the Contingent Expenses and

Messengers Bills in the Departments of the
Treasury, three Secretaries of Stale, Privy

Council, and Lord Chamberlain; for 1820...
For defraying the Amount of Bills drawn or to

be drawn from New South Wales; for 1820... For defraying the Expense of Works, and Re

pairs of Public Buildings; for 1820 For defraying the Salaries to the Officers, and

Expenses of the Court, and Receipt of Ex

chequer; for 1820
For defraying the Expenses of the Houses of

Lords and Commons; for 1820
To make good the Deficiency of the Sum

granted in the year 1819, for defraying the
Expenses of the Houses of Lords and Com-

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For defraying the Salaries and Allowances to

the Officers of the Houses of Lords and Com

mons; for 1820 For his Majesty's Foreign and other Secret Ser

vices; foc 1820..... Por defraying the Expenses incurred for print

12,528 14 5

25,466 13 0

21,563 3 104

ing by Order of the Commissioners, for car. rying into Execution the Measures recommended by the House of Commons, respecting

the Records of the Kingdom; for 1820 To make good to the Civil Contingencies the

like Sum advanced thereout in the year 1819, for Public Services, not being part of the Ordinary Expenditure of the Civil Contin.

gencies To enable bis Majesty to grant Relief to Toulo

nese and Corsican Emigrants, Saint Domingo Sufferers, Dutch Naval Officers, and others, who have heretofore received Allowances from his Majesty, and who from Services performed or Losses sustained in the British Service, have special Claims upon his Ma

jesty's Justice or Liberality For defraying the Supplemental Charge for

Miscellaneous Printing, done by Order of the

House of Commons in Session 1819......... To enable his Majesty to provide for such Ex

penses of a Civil nature, as do not form a part of the Ordinary Charges of the Civil List;

for 1820........... Towards completing the Purchases necessary

for the completion of the New Street, in con-
formity to an Act of the 53rd year of his late

Majesty.
On Account of the Expenses of his Majesty's

Coronation

25,000 0 0

6,000 0 0

12,000 0 0

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300,000 0 0

299,978 1 1

100,000 0 0

90,000 0 0

100,000 0 0

SERVICES continued.

SUMS
Voted or Granted.

SUMS
Paid.

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To enable his Majesty to pay the samo to Per.

sons, who at the time of his late Majesty's decease, received Salaries or Allowances from

his Majesty's Privy Purse......... Towards satisfying soch Annuities, Pensions

and other Payments as would bave been pay. able out of the Civil List, in caso the demise of his late Majesty bad not taken place before the 5th April 1820, or out of the Consolidated Fund of Great Britain and Ireland; in case the demise of his late Majesty had not taken place before the 5th July 1820, and to enable his Majesty to make such Advances as may be necessary for the Expenses of her Majesty, until Parliament sball make other provision in respect thereof

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The following SERVICES are directed to be

paid, without any Fec or other Dedaction
whatsoever:

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To be applied towards the Expenses to be in

curred in the Management of the British

Museum; for 1820
Towards defraying the Expense of the building

of a Penitentiary House at Milbank; for 1820 For defraying the Expense of the Establish

ment of the Penitentiary House at Milbank ; from the 24th June 1820 to the 24th June

1821
For defraying the Expense of the National

Vaccine Establishment; for 1820
For the Relief of American Loyalists; for 1820
Towards the Repair of Henry the Seventh's

Chapel ; for 1820..
For defraying the Expense of Works carrying

on at the College of Edinburgh; for 1820 For maintaining and repairing the British Forts

on the Coast of Africa; for 1820 Por defraying the Sum which may be wacted

for the year 1820, to pay the Salaries and Incidental Expenses of the Commissioners appointed on the part of his Majesty under the Treaties with Spain Portugal and the Netherlands, for preventing the illegal Traffic in Slaves; and in pursuance of the Acts of the 58th and 59th years of his late Majesty King George 3rd, for carrying the said Treaties

into effect To pay, in tbe year 1820, the Awards of the

Commissioners established in London in pursuance of an acl of the 58th year of his lale Majesty King George 3rd, for carrying into effect a Convention between his Majesty and his Most Faithful Majesty, signed at Lon

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SERVICES--continued.

SUMS
Voted or Granted.

SUMS
Paid.

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£. 8. d. don, the 28th July 1817, to Claimants of Portuguese Vessels and Cargoes captored by British Cruizers, on account of the unlawfully

Trading in Slaves; from the 1st June 1814... 150,000 0 0 For the support of the Institution called

The Refuge for the Destitute;" for 1820... 5,000 0 0 To enablo 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 Cor. poration are governed

100,000 0 0 For making farther Alterations and Improve

ments, for putting into a proper State the whole Line of Road between the Village of Chirk and Bangor Ferry, in North Wales; for 1820..

22,594 0 0 For defraying the Expense of making an Inland

Navigalion from the Eastern to the Western Sea, by Inverness and Fort William ; for 1820

60,000 0 0 To enable his Majesty to pay Allowances from

the 29th Jan, to the 5th July 1820, to certain of the Officers and Attendants upon bis late Majesty, and to certain of the other Persons to whom his late Majesty had granted Pensions and Allowances payable out of bis Privy Purse

10,500 0 0 For defraying the Charges of preparing and drawing the Lolteries for 1820, &c.

18,000 0 0

5,000 0 0

20,000 0 0

8,056 60

7,000 0 0

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For the Remuneration of certain Pablic Officers

in Ireland, for their Extraordinary Trouble;

in 1820
For defraying the probable Expenditure of the

Board of Works in Ireland; for 1820
For defraying the Charge of Printing, Stationery,

and other Disbursements, for the Chief and Under Secretaries Offices and Aparlments, and other Public Offices in Dublin Castlo, &c.; and for Riding Charges and other Expenses of the Depoly Pursuivants, and extra Messengers attending the said Offices; also Superannuated Allowances in the said Chief Secretary's Office; for one year ending the

5th Jan, 1821 For defraying the Expense of publishing Pro

clamations and other matters of a public na re, in the Dublin Gazelle and other Newspapers in Ireland; for one year ending Dillo

19,000 0 0

13,247 4 41

9,500 0 0

7,739 311

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