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£s. s. . five of the duties of excise) brewed by the common brewer, or any other person or persons, who doth, or shall, sell, or tap out, beer or ale, publickly or privately, (to be paid by the common brewer, or by such other person or persons refpectively) of three fhillings, and so proportionably for a greater or lesser quantity.

December 20. That the annuities which shall be payable, in porsuance of a resolution of this house, of the 18th of this instant December, be charged upon the addi. tional duties upon beer and ale, mentioned in a refolution of this house of the same day, for which the finking fund shall be the collateral security

12000000 JANUARY 22, 1761. That an act made 6 Geo. IId. for encouraging the trade of our sugar colonies, is near expiring, and fit to be continued.

FEBRUARY 5. 1. That, for defraying the charges of his majesty's mints, &c. the duties of 1os. per ton, upon all wines, vinegar, cyder, and beer, imported into Great Britain, which, by an act of 27 Geo. IId. were continued, be further continued for seven years, from the ist of March, 1761, and until the end of the next seffion then next ensuing

150000 2. That all the powers, privileges, and advantages, which were granted by the act 18 Charles IId. chap., 5, and are now in force, relating to the mints, and coinage of gold and silver monies, be further continued for seven years from the said day, &c.

MARCH 3 That, for raising the sum of one million, granted to his majesty, towards paying off and discharging the debt of the navy, and also the sum of scoocol. in part of the supply granted to his majesty for naval services, the sum of 15000ool. be raised by loans or Exchequer bills, to be charged upon the first aids to be granted in the next session of parliament; and such Exchequer bills, if not discharged, with interest thereon, on or before the 25th of March, 1762, to be exchanged and received in payment, in such manner as Exchequer bills have usually been exchanged and received in payment

1500000 0 MARCH 7. That the sum of 886671. ios. remaining in the receipt of the Exchequer, being part of the sum of gooool. granted to his late majesty, in 1759, upon

account,

£ account, towards defraying the charge of pay and cloathing for the militia, from 31 December, 1758, to 25 March, 1760, and for repaying the sum of . 1332). 10 s. advanced by his faid majesty for the service of the militia, be issued and applied towards raising the supply granted to his majesty in this fellion of parliament

88667 10 0 MARCH 10. 1. That there be raised, by loans or Exchequer bills, to be charged on the first aids to be granted in the next feffion of parliament, the sum of

1000000 2. That there be issued and applied, out of such monies as shall or may arise; of the surplusses, excesses, or overplus monies, compofing the finking fund, the sum of

1762400 Oo 27624000

And to these resolutions of the committee of

ways and means; we must add what was provided for by the ad and 3d resolutions of the committee of supply, agreed to November 27th, as before mentioned, viz. the sum of

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Som total of the provisions made by the last sellion of last parliament

19953922 611 Sum total granted

19616119 19 91

More provided for than granted

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State of the zwhole of the grants made by this parliament during the seven

years of its continuance.

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The first session sat but a very few days, and no money was granted by it. By the second session there was granted

4073779 TL 6 By the third

7229117 4 6 By the fourth

8350325 9 3 By the fifth

10486457 0 By the fixth

1276:310 19 5 By the seventh

15503;63 16

9 And, by the eighth and last

19616119 19 9 Sum total of the money granted by last parliament 78020674 0 5 Voli V.

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se account of the Public Debts, at the receipt of the Fx hequer, fanding out at Jan, 5, 1761, with the annual intereft or other charges pagable for the same.

Principal debt.

charges payable for the E X CH R U E E R. Annuities for long terms, being the remainder of the original fum contributed and unfubscribed 1.

d. 1.

d.
to the South-Sea company

1,836,275 17 10 136,453 12
Ditto for lives, with the benefit of survivorship, being the original fum contributed

108,100

7,567
Ditto for two and three lives, being the sum remaining after what is fallen in by deaths

77,005 14 103

9,335 12
Exchequer bills made out for interest of old bills

2,200
Note: The land taxes and duties on malt, being annual grants, are not charged in this account, nor the

1,000,000 l. charged on the deductions of 6d. per pound on pensions, &c. nor the sum of 1,000,cool,
charged on the supply, anno 1761. nor the 1,5corcol. towards paying off the navy debt, &c. 1760.

EAST INDIA Company.
By two acts of Parliament 9 Will. III. and two other acts 6 and 9 Anne, at 31. per cent.

3,200,000

97,285 14 4
Annuities at 31. per cent. anno 1744, charged on the surplus of the additional duties on low
wines, spirits, and frong waters

1,000,000

30,401 15

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BANK of ENGLAND.
On their original fund at 31. per cent. from 1. Aug. 1743

3,200,000

100,000
For cancelling Exchequer bills 3 Geo. I.

500,000

15,000 Purchased of the South-sea company

4,000,000

121,898 3 5 ž Annuities at 3 per cent. charged on the supplies of the funds for lottery, 1714

1,250,000

37,500 Ditto at 3 per cent. charged on the duties on coals fince Lady-day, 1719

1,750,000

52,500
Ditto at 3 per cent 1746, charged on the duties on licences for retailing spirituous liquors since
Lady.day, 1746

986,800

299604 -
Ditto at 3 per cent. charged on the sinking fund by acts 25, 28, 29,
32, and 33 George II.

13,537,821 51
Ditto at 3 per cent. charged on the duties of offices and pensions, &c. by
the act 31 George II.

6,600,000 21,627,821 574 660,838 $ $ Ditto at 3 per cent. additional capital of 5 per cent, on the above 6,600,000 l. charged on the said fund by the said act

500,000 Ditto at 3 per cent. charged on the additional subsidy on poundage, &c. by the act 32 George II.

330,000 Ditto at 3. per cent additional capital of 10 per cent. in lottery tickets on ditto, charged on the said fund by the said act

660,000

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Ditto at 3 per cent. charged on the finking fund by the act 25 George II.

17,701, 323 16 Ditto at 3 1-half per cent. charged on the said fund by the act 29 George II.

1,500,000 -
Ditto at 3 1- half per cent. charged on the duties on offices and pensions, &c. by the act 31 Geo. II. 4,500,000
Ditto at 4 per cent. charged on the additional duty on inalt, &c. by the
act 33 George II.

8,000,000
Ditto at 4 per cent. additional capital of 3 per cent. in lottery tickets on

8,240,000
8,000,000 l. charged on the said fund by the said act

240,000
Memorandum. The subscribers of 100 l. to the lottery 1745, were allowed an annuity for one life of 9 s. a

ticket, which amounted to 22,500 I. but is now reduced by lives fallen in, to 19,0891. 158. and the
subscribers of sool, to the lottery 1746, were allowed an annuity for one life of 185. a ticket, which
amounted to 45,000l. but is now reduced by lives fallen in to 38,6381. and also the subscribers
of 300l for 3 per cent, annuities anno 1757were allowed an annuity for one life of 11. 25. 6d.
which amounted to 33,750l. but is now reduced by lives fallen in to 33,0821. 155. which annuities are
an increase of the national debt, but cannot be added thereto, as money was advanced for the same.

SOUTH SEA Company.
On their capital stock and annuities, 9 George I.

25,025,309 13 114
Annuities at 31. per cent. anno 1751, charged on the finking fund

2,100,000

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Memorandum. The accounts of the Exchequer continuing to be made up to the old quarter-cays, is the

98,604,836 8
reason that this account is made up to ibe 5th of January 1761, and not to Christmas last, as directed
by order of the bopís.

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SUPPLIES granted by Parliament for

the Year 1762.

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NOVEMBER 21.

£.

d. 1. That 70,000 men be employed for the sea service, for 1762, including 19,661 marines.

2. That a som, not exceeding 41. per man, per month, be allowed for maintaining them for 13 months, including the ordnance for lea-service. 364000000

NOVEMBER 26. 1. That a number of land-forces, including those in Germany, and on an expedition, and 4008 invalids, amounting to 67,676 effective men, commission and non-commission officers included, be employed for the service of 1762.

2. That for defraying the charge of the faid number of land forces for 1762, there be granted to his

16293 20 18 3. That for maintaining his majesty's forces and garrisons in the Plantations, Gibraltar, Gaudaloupe, Africa, and the East-Indies, and for provifions for the garrisons in Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, Gibraltar, Providence, Quebec, Gaudaloupe, Senegal, and Goree, for 1762

873780 18 7 4. That for defraying the charge of four regiments of foot, on the Irish establishment, ferving in North America, for 1762

23284 0 6 5. That for the charge of the office of ordnance, for land service, for 1762

343754 17 11 6. That for defraying the charge of an augmentation to his majesty's forces, consisting of 9370 men, from 25 December 1761, to 25 December 1762, both inclusive

163711 12 6 7. That for the pay of the general, and general ftafofficers, and officers of the hospitals, for the land forces, for 1762

8. That for defraying the extraordinary expence of lervices performed by the office of ordnance for land service, and not provided for by parliament in 1;61

299161 4 4

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These words in Italics are to be repeated at the end of almost every d'ution,

NOVEMBER

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