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1st George II. 1727 5,392,966 2

5,544,594 29 2

8 3,224,697 14 81 3,540,478 104 3

9 3,345,190 17 61 3,530,966 12 11 1730 2,752,833 5 4

3,826,825 7 1 2,784,705 3

2,883,180 26 6 2 3,004,926 13 11

2,887,943 61 7

3 3,870,230 17 47 3,989,689 11 10 8

4 - 3,150,452 4 71 3,269,000 - 9

5 3,225,903 15 91 3,380,565 6 10 10

6 3,025,172 9 63 3,269,000 11 7 3,444,246 – 6

3,769,000 12

8 2,633,328 984 2,908,50699 13

9 3,874,076 3 71 4,097,831 11 10 14 1740 5,017,651 - 5

5,039,102 18 15

1 5,729,537 12 11 6,188,065 11 A 16

2 5,912,483 12 3 6,119,157 13 10 17

3 6,283,537 14 - 6,624,065 11 6 18

4 6,462,902 3 91 6,609,310 51 19 5 7,088,353 10 10

7,303,065 11 20

6 9,402,978 9.5 9,400,574 10 21

7 10,059,104 8 43 10,988,065 11 22

8 8,082,4091

1.72

8,018,007 4 23

9 4,014,136 19 71 4,313,730 24

1750 4,969,635 10 111 5,175,023 111 25

1 3,907,435 7 7 4,178,459 18

2- 2,132,707 17 21 2,422,911 8 27

3 2,797,916 10 2 3,077,897 158 28

4 4,073,779 11 64 4,256,909 5 29

5 7,229,117 4 62 7,427,261 5 30

6 8,350,325 13 8,689,051 19 31 7 10,486,447 1

11,079,722 6 10 32

8 12,749,860 19 41 12,991,240 - 10 83

9 15,503,564 15 91 16,130,561 98 1st George III. 1760 19,616,119 19 92

19,953,922 9 11 2 1 18,299,153 18 111

18,655,750 2 1 3

2 13,522,040 18 6 14,199,375 16

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408,898,3696

SUPPLIES

SUPPLIES granted by Parliament, for the

Service of the Year 1764.

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DECEMBER 5, 1. THAT there be granted to his majefty, for

the marriage portion of her royal highness the princess Augufta, his majesty's sister

2. That 16000 men be employed for the sea fervice, for 1764, including 4287 marines.

3. That a fum not exceeding 41. per man per month be allowed for maintaining them, for thirteen months, including ordnance for fea service

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DECEMBER 6. 1. That a number of land forces, including 2739 invalids, amounting to 17532 effective men, commission and non-commission officers included, be employed for 1764.

2. For defraying the charge of the faid number of men, for guards, garrisons, and other his majesty's land forces, in Great Britain, Guernsey, and Jersey, for 1764

3. For maintaining his majesty's forces and garrisons in the plantations, including those in garrison at Minorca and Gibraltar, and for provisions for the garrisons of Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, Gibraltar, and Quebec, for 1764

4. For the pay of the general, and general staff officers, in Great Britain, for 1764

5. Upon account, for the reduced officers of his majesty's land forces and marines, for 1764

6. Upon account, for the reduced officers of his majesty's land forces, reduced and disbanded in the year 1763, and such as are to be reduced and difbanded in the

year 1764 7. For defraying the charge for allowances to the several officers and private gentlemen of the two troops of horse guards, and regiment of horfe, reduced, and to the superannuated gentlemen of the four troops of horse guards, for

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8. To enable his majesty to defray the charge of the subsidies due to the duke of Brunswick, pursuant to treaties, for the year 176+

9. For the ordinary of the navy, including half pay to sea and marine officers, for 1764

10. For carrying on the building of four houses for the officers of the hospital lately erected at Plymouth

11. Upon account, to be applied by the commiffioners or governors of Greenwich hospital, for the support and relief of seamen worn out and become deçripit in the service of their try, who shall not be provided for within the hofpital

12. For the charge of the office of ordnance, for land service, for 1764

13. For defraying the expence of services performed by the said office, and not provided for by parliament, in 1763

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1840961 96 JANUARY 19. Towards the buildings, rebuildings, and repairs of his majesty's fhips for 1764

200000 0 0 JANUARY 27. 1. That provision be made for enabling his majesty to satisfy all fuck bills, payable in course of the navy and victualling offices, and for transports, made out on or before the 31st of December 1762, as were not converted into annuities, after the rate of 4l. per cent. per ann. in pursuance of an act made in the last session of parliament, amounting to

179229 6 6 Towards enabling the trustees of the British Museum to carry on the execution of the trust reposed in them by parliament

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FEBRUARY 2. Towards enabling the commissioners for putting in execution an act made in the second year of his majesty's reign, intituled, An act for paving, &c. the streets of Westminster, &c. more effectually to perform the trusts reposed in them, one fum, part thereof, not exceeding 50001. to be paid to the said commissioners, on or before the 5th of

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d. April, 1764, and another fum, not exceeding 50001. the other part thereof, to be paid to them, on or before the 5th of April, 1765

10000 Oo FEBRUARY 6. For paying off and discharging the exchequer bills made out by virtue of an act passed last feflion, intituled, An act for raising a certain sum of money by loans or exchequer bills, for 1763, and for further appropriating, &c. and charged upon the first aids or fupplies to be granted in this feffion

1800000 0 0 MARCH 1. 1. To replace to the finking fund the like sum issued thereout, for the half year's payment due the 29th September, 1763, on the annuities after the rate of 41. per cent. per ann. granted in respect of certain navy, victualling, and transport bills, and ordnance debentures, delivered in and cancelled, pursuant to an act made in the last feffion

69671 1.2 2. To replace to the finking fund the like sum paid out of the fame, to make good the deficiency on the 5th of July, 1763, of the feveral rates and duties upon offices and pensions, and upon houses, and upon windows and lights, which were made a fund by an act of the 31st of the reign of his late majesty, for paying annuities to the bank of England, in respect of five millions borrowed towards the supply of 1759

41223 I 6. 3. To replace to the finking fund the like sum paid out of the same, to make good the deficiency on the 10th of October, 1763, of the several additional duties upon wines imported into this kingdom, and certain duties upon all cyder and perry, which were made a fund by an act of the late session, for paying annuities, in respect of 3500000l. borrowed towards the supply of 1763

36699 15 41 . 4. To make good to his majesty the like sum, which has been issued, by his majesty's orders, in pursuance of the addresses of this house

7350 00 5. For defraying the extraordinary expences of his majesty's land forces, and other services, incurred between the 20th of February, 1763, and

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the 25th of December following, and not provided for by parliament

6. (Out of the monies or favings remaining of the grant in last feffion, for pay of the troops of the duke of Brunswick, and for fubfidies, and of the grants in several former feffions, for defraying the charge of five battalions, serving in the late army in Germany, with a corps of artillery) towards defraying the extraordinary expences of his majesty's land forces, and other services, incurred from the 20th of February, 1763, to the 25th of December following, and not provided for by parliament

7. (Out of certain favings of public monies, and out of monies arisen by the sale of his majesty's stores in Germany and Portugal, which have been paid to the paymaster general of his majesty's land forces) towards defraying the extraordinary expences of his majesty's land forces, and other services, incurred from the 20th of February, 1763, to the 25th of December following, and not provided for by parliament

8. Upon account, towards defraying the charge of out-pensioners of Chelsea hospital, for 1764

9. To make good a deficiency in the sum voted last session, upon account, towards defraying the charge of out-pensioners of Chelsea hospital for 1763

10. For the paying of pensions to the widows of such reduced officers of his majesty's land forces and marines, as died upon the establishment of half-pay in Great Britain, and who were married to them before the 25th of December, 1716; for 1764

11. Upon account, for maintaining and supporting the civil establishment of Nova Scotia, for 1764

12. Upon account, for defraying the charges of the civil establishment of Georgia, and other incidental expences attending the fame, from the 24th of June, 1763, to the 24th of June, 1764

13. Upon account, for defraying the charges of the civil establishment of East Florida,' and other incidental expences attending the same,

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