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It is ORDERED, That the Consideration of the said Petition be, and is hereby referred to the Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, and the Lord Chief Baron of the Court of Exchequer, who are forthwith to summon all Parties concerned in the Bill, and after hearing them, are to report to the House the State of the Case, with their Opinion thereupon, under their Hands; and whether all Parties, who may be concerned in the Consequences of the Bill, have signed the Petition; and also, that the Judges, having perused the Bill, do sign the same.
Roe and Upon reading the Petition of the Reverend Peter Roe, P. peti- Minister of the Parish of Saint Mary in the City of tion to re-, . Kilkenny, Clerk, and the Reverend Bartholomew Pack, of ove Judges the Town of roughall, in the County of Cork, Clerk; Report. setting forth, “That the Petitioners, on the Sixth Day of “ February last, presented a Petition to their Lordships “ praying Leave to bring in a Bill for the Purposes “ therein mentioned, which Petition their Lordships, “ were pleased to refer to the Confideration of the Lord “ Chief Justice of the Court of King's Bench in Ireland, “ and of Mr. Justice Fletcher in Ireland; that the said Lord “ Chief Justice, conceiving he was exempted from all “ References in Cases of Private A&ts of Parliament, -“ declined to ačt thereon; whereupon the Petitioners “ presented another Petition to their Lordships on the “ Eighth Instant, when their Lordships were pleased to “ insert in the said Order of Reference, the Name of “ the Lord Chief Baron of the Court of Exchequer in “ Ireland, in the Stead of the Lord Chief Justice; that “the said last-mentioned Order did not arrive in Dublin “ before the Twelfth Instant, but previous to that Time
Revenue, Imports and Exports, &c. Trade and Navigation, Annual Accounts delivered :
It is ORDERED, That the said Mary Leckie may have a Copy of the said Appeal, and do put in her Answer thereunto, in Writing, on or before Monday the 23d Day of April next; and Service of this Order upon the said Respondent, or upon any one of her Procurators or Agents in the Court of Session in Scotland, shall be deemed good Service.
“An Account of the Ordinary Revenues and Extra“ordinary Resources, constituting the Public Income of “Great Britain, for the Year ended the 5th of January “ 18 Io; distinguishing England from Scotland; and “ distinguishing under each Head of Revenue, the “Amount of the Gross Receipt, the Rate per Centum “ for colle&ing the same, and the Nature and Amount “ of the Payments out of the Gross Receipt on each “Head respectively; distinguishing also the Amount of “ the Net Produce, and the Rate per Centum for col“ le&ting the same, and the Nature and Amount of the “ Payments out of the Net Produce on each Head re“ spectively; distinguishing also the Payments into the “ Exchequer, and the Amount of the Balances or Bills “ in the Hands of the several Officers of the Revenue, “ on the 5th Days of january 1809 and 1810 respec“tively, applicable to or arising from the Revenues of * the said Year, together with the Amount of the Ba
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“ 1809 and 1810 respectively, whether appropriated or “unappropriated; and the Amount of Exchequer Bills, “ Navy Bills, and Transport Bills, issued for the Public “Service between the Days above mentioned, and not “ redeemed within that Period; with several Appen“ dixes.”
Also, “An Account of the Value of all Imports into, “ and of all Exports from Great Britain for Three
“ the East Indies and China from the Value of all other “Imports; also distinguishing the Value of British “Produce and Manufačtures exported from the Value “ of Foreign Articles exported; together with the Dif. “ference between the official Value, and the declared “Value of British Produce and Manufactures exported “ in the Year ended the 5th January 1810.” Also, “An Account of the Number of Vessels, with “ the Amount of their Tonnage, which have been an“nually built and registered in the several Ports of the “ British Empire (except Ireland) between the 5th janu“ary 1807, and the 5th January 1810.” Also, “An Account of the Number of Vessels, with. “ the Amount of their Tonnage, and the Number of “Men and Boys usually jo in navigating the “ same, which belonged to the several Ports of the British “ Empire on the 30th September in the Years 1807, “ 1808 and 1809; distinguishing Great Britain, Ire“ land, the British Plantations in America, and the West ** Indies.” Also, “An Account of the Number of Wessels, with “ the Amount of their Tonnage, and the Number of “Men and Boys employed in navigating the same (including their repeated Voyages) which entered in“wards and cleared outwards at the several Ports of “Great Britain from or to all Parts of the World, be“tween 5th January 1807, and 5th January 1810, dis“tinguishing British from Foreign.” Also, “An Account, shewing how the Public Monies, “ remaining in the Receipt of the Exchequer on the “ 5th Day of January 1869, together with the Monies “paid into the same, during the Year ended the 5th “Day of January 1810, and the Monies paid out of the * net Produce of the Revenues of the said Year in An
“ ticipation of the Exchequer Receipts; together with
“ the Amount of the Exchequer, Navy, and Transport
“ in Anticipation of the Exchequer Receipt, specifying .
“ the Amount of those incurred for Pensions, Bounties, “ and Militia and Deserter's Warrants: 7thly, The “Navy, specifying the Amount of Monies respectively “ paid for Salaries to the Admiralty, Navy, and Navy “Pay Offices for Wages, Bounty, Flag Pay, Half Pay “ and Pensions; for Dock Yards, Building of Ships, “Stores, Pilotage, and Contingencies; for the Marines, “ for the Vićtualling, for Transports, for Prisoners of * War in Health, and for Sick and Wounded Seamen: