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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 1824, have been disposed of; distinguished under their several Heads; to 5th January, 1825.

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Contingent Expenses, and Messengers Bills,
in the Department of the Secretary of State
for the Colonies
Contingent Expenses, and Messengers Bills,
in the Department of the Privy Council,
and Privy Council for Trade, &c.
Salaries to certain Officers, and Expenses of
the Court and Receipt of Exchequer
Salaries of the Commissioners of the Insolvent
Debtors Court, of their Clerks, and the
Contingent Expenses of their Office
Expenses of the Houses of Lords and Com-

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Salaries and Allowances to the Officers of the Houses of Lords and Commons......... Extraordinary Expense in the Department of the Lord Chamberlain, for Fittings and Furniture to the two Houses of Parliament Salaries of the Officers, and the Contingent Expenses of the Office for the Superintendence of Aliens, and also the Superannuations or Retired Allowances to Officers formerly employed in that Service Allowances to Protestant Dissenting Ministers in England, poor French Protestant Refugee Clergy, poor French Protestant Refugee Laity, and sundry small Charitable and other allowances to the Poor of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, and others...... Charge of 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 Deficiency of the Grant of 1823, 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

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SERVICES.

SUMS
Voted or Granted.

SUMS
Paid.

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Justices throughout Great Britain; also for printing Bills, Reports, Evidence, and other Papers and Accounts for the House of Lords

Expenses incurred for printing, by order of
the Commissioners for carrying into Exe-
cution the measures recommended by the
House of Commons respecting the Records
of the Kingdom

Expense incurred in 1823, for printing and
delivering Copies of the Acts of the 4th of
his present Majesty, relative to the Solem-
nization of Marriages in England
Expense of printing Bills, Reports, and other
Papers, by order of the House of Com-
mons, daring the present session of Par-
liament...

Deficiency of the Grant of 1823, for printing
Bills, Reports, and other Papers, during
the last session of Parliament
Expense of printing 1,750 copies of the 79th
Volume of Journals of the House of Com-
mons, being for the present session of
Parliament

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Deficiency of the Grant of 1823, for printing
1,750 copies of the 78th Volume of Jour-
nals of the House of Commons
Deficiency of the Grant of 1822, for re-print-
ing Journals and Reports of the House of
Commons.

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Expense of printing the Votes of the House
of Commons during the present session...
Expense of providing Stationery, Printing,
and Binding for the several Public Depart-
ments, for the year 1824, including the
Expense of the Establishment of the Sta-
tionery Office
Expense of Law Charges.
Expense attending the confining, maintain-
ing, and employing Convicts at home......
Salaries or Allowances granted to certain
Professors at the Universities of Oxford
and Cambridge, for reading Courses of
Lectures

For his Majesty's Foreign and other Secret

Services

Extraordinary Expenses that may be incurred
for Prosecutions relating to the Coin of
this Kingdom

Extraordinary Expenses of the Mint in the
Gold Coinage

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To make good the loss upon the Irish Silver Tokens already recoined and to be recoined

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Charge for Civil Contingencies

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Amount of Bills drawn or to be drawn from
New South Wales
Expense of certain Colonial Services formerly
paid out of the Extraordinaries of the
Army
Charges of the Society for the Propagation
of the Gospel in the Colonies of Upper
and Lower Canada, New Brunswick, Nova
Scotia, Newfoundland, Prince Edward
Island, and the Cape of Good Hope
Bills drawn from abroad, for the Expenses
incurred under the Act for the Abolition
of the Slave Trade, and in conformity to
the Orders in Council for the support of
captured Negroes, free American Settlers,
* &c.

Charge of purchasing, and the Expenses inci-
dental to the preservation and Public
Exhibition of the Collection of Pictures
which belonged to the late John Julius
Angerstein, Esq.

To defray that part of the Expense of rebuilding the Bridge at Annan, on the line of communication between Great Britain and Ireland, by Port Patrick and Donaghadee, which it is proposed should be borne by the public

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

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SERVICES.

SUMS
Voted or Granted.

SUMS
Paid.

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Charge of Allowances or Compensations
granted or allowed as Retired Allowances
or Superannuations, to persons formerly
employed in Public Offices or Depart-
ments, or in the Public Service
To enable his Majesty to grant relief, in the
year 1824, to Toulonese and Corsican
Emigrants, Dutch Naval Officers, Saint
Domingo Sufferers, 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 Majesty's
justice and liberality

For the Relief of American Loyalists
Expense of confining and maintaining Crimi-
nal Lunatics..

To pay, in the year 1824, 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 for carrying the said Treaties into

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For the Support of the Institution called "The Refuge for the Destitute"..... British Museum, for the year 1824.. Expense of the New Building at Whitehall, intended for the Board of Trade Expense of improving and rendering more safe the Navigation of the Menai Straits... Ontstanding Charges for Outfit and Salaries to his Majesty's Consuls General, Consuls, and Vice Consuls in Spanish America, in the year 1823; and also, to defray the probable Charges for Salaries to the said Consuls General, Consuls, and Vice Consuls, for the year 1824........... Expense of the Special Commissions to Spanish America, for the years 1823 and 1824 Towards defraying the Charge which may be incurred, in the year 1824, for Repairs and Works to be executed at Windsor Castle, and for the Purchase or Exchange of certain Lands adjoining thereto For defraying the CHARGE of the following Services in Ireland; which are directed to be paid Nett in British Currency. Expense of the Board of Works in Ireland; for the year 1824......... Expense of Printing, Stationery, and other Disbursements of the Chief and Under Secretaries Offices and Departments, and

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