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May 9. The Le Despencer, lo rotulorum of ih ingham, in the Temple.

May 10. JC and his heirs m: kingdom of 1 name, stile, ani Baltinglass, int low.---Uller St his heirs male, kingdom, byt title of lord St. Hattley St. G ties of Roscom

May 14. Th John Manners, marquess of general of his mafter general nance, arms, a. liments of war nourable Georg jor general of ì Tieutenant gene ordnance, mu stores, and hal

June 1. Th was sworn of t1

June ?. Th Montmorres, a á viscount of t] land; by the Mountmorres, the county of Blackwood, of county of Do and his heirs the fald kingo of Mayfield in terford, efq; 2.

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Annuities for long terms, being the remainder of the original sum contributed and unsubscribed I.

d. 1.

to the South Sea company

1.836,275 17 103 136,453 12 8 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

75,505 14 10

9,15 5 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 1, charged on the deductions of 6d. per pound on pensions, nor the 1,500,000 l, to-
wards paying off the navy debt, &c, anno 1762, nor the sum of 1,000,000 l. charged on the supplies
anno 1; 63:

EAST INDIA Co ny.
By two acts of parliament 9 Will. III. and two other acts 6 and 9 Anne, at 3 per cent.per ann. 3.200,000

97,285 14 4
Annuities at 3 per cent. anno 1744, charged on the surplus of the additional duties on low
wines, spirits, and strong waters

1.000,000

30,401 15 8
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 ihe South-sea company

4.000,000

121,898 3.5 Annuities at 3 per cent. charged on the furplus of the funds for lottery, 1714

1.250,000

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

1.750,000

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

986, loo

29,604
Ditto at 3 per cent. charged on the sinking fund by the acts 25, 28, 29,
.32, and 33 George II.

-21.127,821 51 )
Ditto at 3 per cent. charged on the duties on offices and pensions, &c. by
the act 31 George II.

500,000 >33.627,821 5 141.027,588 58 Ditto at 3 per cent, charged on the additional duty on strong beer and ale, by the act 1 George III.

12,000,000 Ditto at 3 per cent charged on the finking fund by the act 25 George II.

17.701,323 16 540,996 14 0

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10

80 17

Brought over

5929124 15 N B. In thuis debt is included for charge of transports between Jan. 1, 1762, and Dec. 31,

734064 3 7 following And

863972 6 8
For which sum of 3639721. 6s. 8d, no provision has been made by parliament, but if thought
tot to be granted, as the like service was provided for last

year,
The nett debt of the navy will then be

5065152 8 si
Treri vas remaining in the Hands of the late and present Treasurers of the Navy on Dec. 31; 1762, in Money, as undermentioned,
and may be reckoned towards satisfying the afore, aid Debt of the Navy.

On the Heads of
Wear and tear or Seamen's wages.

Visuals.

Total.
In what treafurer's hands. In Money.

dinary and trans.
d.
s. d.

d.
Right Hon. George Do.

3363 5 7
1539 12 10

46 6 104
dington, Elq; first treasu Ditto towards the debt for }

96

5031 3 11
jership

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In money
6309 15 2 2632

2087 16 să
Ditto towards thedebt for }

22
55 15

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5
sick and hurt leamen
Right Hon. George Gren-

4037 7 21 2711 3} 1692 17 9 }
Ditto towards the debtfor}

8479 1 61

37 14 3
fick and hurt seainen
Right Hon. George Do-

6736 10 2

399 13 5
dirgton, Elq; second trea-

I0I22 18

287 11 9 Jureathip.

sick and hurt feamen Riyht Hon. George Gren

In money

21586 17 5
28882 6 4

9200 6 3ž
ville, Elq; second treasurer: Ditto towards the debt for

62 343 16 6

2673 6 5 fhip. sick and hurt seamen

4.54320

44

327604 10 101 12641 6 Rt. Hon. William Lord Ditto towards the debt

406555 6 7 Viicount Barrington.

20877 938 for sick and hurt seamen

f. 87465 16 0 390081 12 26069 6 1011503616 15 31 There remained on Dec. 31, 1762,to come in of the fupplies of the year 1762 including Haller and Stonehouse hospitals 1.267,909 10

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in account of all the Public Debts, at the receipt of the Ixchequer, ftanding out at Jan, 5, 1763, with tbe annual intereff or orber charges pagable for be fams.

Principal debt. Annual intereft or other E x C H E QU ER.

charges payable for the Annuities for long terins, heing the remainder at the original sum contributed and unsubscribed 1.

d. 1.

do
to the South-Sea company

1.836,275 17 101 136,453 12

8
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

75,505 14 10
Exchequer bills made out for interest of old bills

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

1,000,000 1, charged on the deductions of 6d. per pound on pensions, nor the 1,500,000 1. to-
wards paying off the navy debt, &c. anno 1762, nor the sum of 1,000,000 l. charged on the supplies
anno 1; 6;.

EAST INDIA Company.
By two acts of parliament 9 Will. III. and two other acts 6 and 9 Anne, at 3 per cent.per ann. 3.200,000

97,285 14 4
Annu ties at 3 per cent. anno 1744, charged on the surplus of the additional duties on low
wines, spirits, and strong waters

1.000,000

30,401 IS

8
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 Purchated of ihe South-sea company

4.000,000

121,898 3 Annuities at 3 per cent. charged on the furplus 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. anno 1746, charged on the duties on licences for retailing spirituous liquors since Lady day, 1746

986,800

29,604
Ditto at 3 per cent. charged on the sinking fund by the acts 25, 28, 29,
32, and 33 George 11.

-21.127,825
Ditto at 3 per cent. charged on the duties on offices and pensions, &c. by
the act 31 George II.

500,000 33.627,821 5 141.027,588 58 Ditto at 3 per cent, charged on the additional duty on strong beer and ale, by the act 1 George III.

12.000,000 Ditto at 3 per cent charged.on the finking fund by the act 25 George II.

17.701,323

16 41 540,996 14

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53,343 15 160,0315 820,985

ito at 31-half fer 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, by the act 31 Gea. II. 4.500,000 Ditto at 4 per cent. charged on the sinking fund by the act of the ad of George III.

20.240,000
Memorandum. The subscribers of 1001. to the lottery 1745, were allowed an annuity for one life of 9 s. a

ticket, which amounted to 22,500 l. but is now reduced by lives fallen in, to 18,354 l. and the
subscribers of 100l, to the lottery 1746, were allowed an annuity for one life of 18s, a ticket, which
amounted to 45,000 I. but is now reduced by lives fallen in, to 37,2981. 10 s. and the subscribers
of rool for 3 per cent, annuities anno 1757, were allowed an annuity for one life of 1l. 25. 6d.
which amounted to 33,7501. but is now reduced by lives fallen in, to 32,5851, 17 5. 6s. and the
fubscribers of rool. for 3 per cento annuities, anno 1761, were allowed an annuity for 99 years of
1l. 2 s. 6d. amounting with the charges of management to the bank of England to 130,053 l.
106. 30. which annuities are an increase of the annual intereft, but cannot be added to the public
debt, as no money was advanced for the same ; and the contributors to 12.000,00 1. for the ser-
vice of the year 1762, were intitled to an annuity of i per ceni. per annum, to continue for 98 years,
and then to cease, which, with the charges of management to the bank of England, amount to the
sum of 121,6871. Ios.

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

25.025,309 13
Annuities at 31. per cent. anno 1751, charged on the sinking fund

2.100,000

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4.409,797 13 8

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