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To ditto, drawn by Sir G. Elliot, Bart. Viceroy of
Corfica, for ditto service

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To ditto, drawn by V. Jones, Commiffary General to the army in the Leeward Islands, for ditto service To ditto, drawn by Sir A. Williamfan, K. B. Governor of St. Domingo, for ditto fervice

To M. G. De Lancey, Barrack Mafter General, on account, for the erection of barracks, and for the fupply of barrack stores and forage for the use of the troops ftationed therein

To J. Trotter, Efq. for Hofpital bedding for the ufe of the forces

To ditto, for ditto service

To ditto, for Hofpital bedding for the forces in St. Domingo

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27,234 17
10,369 12

6

20,317 4 11

57,921 14 5

To James Window, on account, for contingent dif .bursements for hofpitals

To bills of exchange drawn by the acting deputy in the West Indies, on account of the extraordinary expences of the army there

To cash paid by Mr. Winfow, acting ditto in Canada, for ditto of the forces there, for one quarter, to 24th September 1795.

To ditto, paid by Mr. Brymer, acting ditto in Nova
Scotia, for ditto of the forces there, for one quarter,
to ditto
To bills of exchange drawn by Brook Watfon, Efq.
Superintendant, &c. of the army ferving on the
Continent

5,000 0

5,812 10 O

54,868 10 10

11,719 16 4

346,243 14 1

1,105,673 19 10

The bills of exchange drawn by the acting Deputies in the West Indies, Canada, and Nova Scotia, were not paid under the authority of any Treasury warrant, but were drawn upon the Paymaster General, and paid on different days, as they became due, between the 15th November and 24th December 1795.

Pay Office, Horfe Guards, 29th April 1796.

RICHARD MOLESWORTH,
Accountant to the Paymaster
General's Office.

An Account of the unprovided fervices belonging to the Office of Ordnance, as they stood on the 31st December 1795.

Prepared pursuant to an order of the honourable House of Commons, 3d March 1796.-viz.

Money paid on account of various fervices to 31ft
December 1795, fince estimate 1796 was presented
to Parliament

Money due to the captors of the town of the Mole
Cape Nicola, and its dependencies, in the island of
St. Domingo, for ordnance and ftores captured
there

Money due to the captors of fundry forts in the island
of Corfica, for ordnance and ftores taken in the
faid forts

Money due to the Eaft-India Company for Salt Petre Exceedings on account of fea fervice beyond the grant by Parliament for 1795

18,010 10

12,823 42

31,939 3 4 45,000 0

102,421 18 4

Office of Ordnance,
7th March 1796.

210,194 15 II

J. SARGENT.

THOMAS BAILLIE.

TOTAL.

Navy Office, 4th March 1796.

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An ESTIMATE of the DEBT of His Majefty's NAVY, on the Heads hereafter mentioned,

Prepared pursuant to a Precept of the Honourable Houfe of Commons, dated the 3d March 1796.

HEADS of the NAVAL ESTIMATES.

PARTICULARS.

WEAR AND TEAR, ORDINARY, EXTRA REPAIRS, &c.

Due To pay off and difcharge all the bills registered on the courfe of the navy, for flores, freight of ftore fhips, &c. fupplied for the fervice thereof

For freight of tenders, and for ftores delivered into His Majefty's feveral yards, &c. for which no bills were made out on the aforefaid 31st December 1795; as alfo to several bills of exchange

To His Majefty's feveral yards and rope yards, for the ordinary and extraordinary For half pay to fea officers, according to an establishment made by his late Majefty in Council on that behalf

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SEAMEN'S WAGES.

Due To pay the men unpaid on books of fhips paid off
To pay fhips in fea pay on the aforefaid 31st December 1795

To difcharge and pay off all bills entered in courfe for flop cloaths, bedding for feamen,
furgeons neceffaries, &c.

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VICTUALLING DEBT,

As per estimate received from those commiffioners: viz.

Due For fhort allowance to the companies of His Majesty's fhips in pay, and which have been paid off

For Paying off all bills entered on their course

For provifions delivered, and fervices performed, for which no bills were made out on the aforefaid 31st December 1795.

For neceffary and extra neceffary money, bills of exchange, and contingencies To the officers, workmen, and labourers employed at the several ports

SICK AND WOUNDED DEBT,

As per eftimate received from thofe commiffioners; viz.

Due For quarters and cure of Sick and wounded feamen, fet on fhore from His Majesty's fhips at the several ports, prisoners of war, and contingencies relating to that office

TRANSPORT DEBT,

As per estimate received from thofe commiffioners; viz.

Due For freight of tranfports on the aforefaid 31st December 1765, and other contingencies relating to that fervice

For mifcellaneous fervices provided by that office, by order of the right honourable the Lords Commiffioners of the Treasury

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HEADS of the NAVAL ESTIMATES.

PARTICULARS.

TOTAL

There remained in the hands of the Treasurers of the Navy

And also remaining in the Exchequer, of the fupplies of the

The DEBT of the NAVY amounts to ten million seven hundred and eighty-eight thousand mine hundred and eighty-four pounds fourteen fhillings and five-pence halfpenny

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Memorandum. The fum of 1,546,7581. 16s. 6d. has been received out of the grants for the year 1796, and applied

towards the expence of the year 1795, and is not included in the above debt.

N. B. In this debt is included for charge of transports between the 1ft January and 31st December 1795, as per account from the Tranfport Office And it appears, by an account received from the commiffioners of the victualling (which is alfo included in this debt) that the expence of victualling the land forces, between the ift January and 31ft December 1795, is

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