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STATE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS, In April, 1804. An Accou Nt of the or DINARY REv ENues and Extra or DINA R y R rsources constituting the PUP lic IN come of GREAT BRIT AIN, for the YEAR ended the Fifth of JAN UARY, 1804.”

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s M.A. L. L. B R A N ches of T H E H ER EDITARY REw Enu Es. r ALIENATION FINES - $1,6so POST-FINES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,248 SEZURES................ 79,399 COMPOSITIONS . . . . . . . . . . 2 PROFFERS................ 637 CROWN LANDS . . . . . . . . . . 48,39c EXTRAOR DINARY RESOURCES. MONIES paid for Interest of Loans .. Ireland........ 983,174 On ACCOUN T of the Com- l missioners for Issuing Ex- 174,0co chequer Bills .......... J Interest created by Transfer l of Stock for Redemption of 7,ood Land Tax . . . . . . . . . . . . . s lated Excheque fool”) so, Other MONIES paid to the PUBLIC . . . . . . . . . . . - - - 4,539 Imprest MONEY Repaid by sundry Public Accountants J 73,369 LOTTERY Net Profit ... . . . . 332,507 Aid and CONTRIBUTIONS 3,5co ARREARS collečted under the Aid and Contribution Aćt 14,556 ARREARSof INCOME DUTY 414,096 PROPERTY TAX . . . . . . . . 16,917 ndependent of total{*.***{{|3s,3,3,37s LO A N S, including ol A zoo, oco raised for the #| 11,950, oto Service of Ireland. . . . . . . . GRAND TOTAL........ 50,808,373

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NET n et ARTICLES. STAMPS. PRu Duc E. PROld U C e. £. £. Auctions .......... 194,791 || Consolidated Stamp Duties .... 541,782 *.............. 2,524,533 || Insurance ....... . . . . . 1782. 168,714 Bricks and Tiles........ 245,658 || Gold and Silver Plate . 1784.. 25,886 °ndles .................. 254,766 || Race Horse .......... 1784.. 57.1 Coachmakers .............. 1,659 || Post Horse .......... 1785. 245,549 Cocoa Nuts and Coffee ...... 75,930 || Medicine ........... . 1785. 654 Syder and Perry......... - - - 32,807 || Game .......... . . . . 1785. 43,331 Glass ............... • - - - - 223,710 || Attornies Licences .... 1785. 32,602 Hides and Skins .......... 248,239 || Pawnbrokers Licences... 1785.. 4,422 *................... - - - 19,209 || Perfumery .......... 1786.. 3 Licences ....... • - - - - - - - - - 282,430 || Lottery Stamps and Licences .. 5,329 Mali......................| 1,552,654 || Additional Game...... 1791.. 22, 118 Metheglin or Mead.......... 379 || Bills of Exchange .... 1791. - 138,027 * .................... 319,636 || Receipts ............ 1791.. 42,585 *inted Goods..............| 343,233 || Attories Licences .... 1794. 23,568 * ...................... 851,284 || Additional Duties..... • 1795. . 38, oiz *P.. ............... 448,944 || Hair Powder Certificates 1795. . 171 Spirits British ........ 1,464,637 || Additional Receipts.... 1795.. 7,551 Foreign............ 1,604, oor || Sea Insurance ........ 1795.. 109,998 *h ................... 53,356 || Horse Dealers Licences... 1795.. 45 * .................... 29,952 || Legacy Duty ........ 1796.. 143, II4 To ......................] 1,489,732 || Hat Duty..... . . . . . . . 1796. 37,363 Tobacco and Snuff ......... - 179,342 || Additional Stage Coach 1797.. 58,993 W“juice .................. 26,851 || Deeds, &c. .......... 1797. 720,514 Winegar .... - - - - - - - 783,305 || Armorial Bearing Cer- 8 2 Wine -- - - - - 5,6co tificates. . . . . . . . . . }% -- 5 §: - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 232,394 || Small Notes....... . . . 1799.. 17,870 alt, per Act Geo. III. Duties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1801. . 12,252 of “o so." **99 || Medicine ............ 1332. *:::::: Wine.......... ditto........ 233 || Receipts . . . . . . . . . . . • 18o3. 30,862 Sweets ........ ditto........ 94,750 --Spirits British, ditto. . . . . . . . 274,465 2,999,395 Foreign, ditto . . . . . . 525,435 Tea . . . . . . . . . . - - - - - - . . . . . . ;-I4,590,525 ANNUAL Du TIES. Commenced "...}March 26, 1863. 303.9. Additional Malt ... . . . . . . . . . 1,219,852 Malt, Old.... June 24 . . . . . . 680,652 16,884,973 3 Cz TAXES

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2 : : c TAXES. *** || Post-offices. *** : # 3 : produce. produce. 2 + 3 + : z ř; - - s: A. 1,289,522 || Inland ........ *| 968,831 697,652 1,747,940 || Foreign . . . . . . . . 124,045 77,530 Houses.................... 392,733 || Two-penny Post.. 69,069 35,484 Servants .................. 2 16,822 || Scotland ........ 124,899 96,749 Four-Wheel Carriages........ 166,013 || Ireland ........ t 36,024 16,896 Two-Wheel Carriages and 1 10,866 - -Taxed Carts...'......... 9, - 1,316,78o 924,304 Horses used for Riding or drawing Carriages....... } 494,324 Additional Duty on ditto, 41st 20,670

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the chief was a M. Louis, were found dire&ting the operations of the Mahrattas, and have been made prisoners. The necessity of the war has been evinced by the fačt, that the Mahrattas were to have been the instruments of the French in overthrowing the British power in India. The representative of the Mogul Emperor has been delivered by the success of our arms from captivity, under the power of the Mahrattas. A great number of gallant British officers have, however, been killed in the different ačtions, among whom were Major Generals Ware and Vandeleur, Lient. Colonel Maxwell, Major Griffith, Wm. Campbell, and Captains Duncan Grant, T. B. Humberstone, Rod. Maccleod, D Ayton, And. Dyce, J. Maxwell, Wm. Simple, and George Story, besides many others of inferior rank.

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Providence, that the staple commodity of this country should consist of a material that is peculiarly requisite for counteracting the injurious and inconvenient qualities of its climatc.

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