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Memorandum.-There was remaining in the Hands of the late and prefent TREASURERS of the NAVY, in MONEY,

on the 31st December 1795, as under-mentioned, and may be reckoned towards fatis, ing the aforefaid DEBT of the NAVY.

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There remained, on the 31st December 1795, to come in from the Exchequer, of the fupplies of the year 1795 1,040,977 18 6

287,363 10 170,239 17 5

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Abstract of the ACCOUNT delivered to PARLIAMENT of money due on various accounts to the Army, 21st April, 1796.

Amount of monies now due for off-reckonings'

to the feveral Colonels, or commanding officers

of His Majesty's Regular, Fencible, and Mi-644,106 7 9

litia Forces

Pay and arrears of pay now due to the General' and Staff-officers of His Majesty's Service

Now due to the feveral Governors of His Majefty's garrifons in Great Britain and beyond

the feas

146,900 12 4

34,313 13 3

£825,320 13 4

Account of monies which remain due on ac

count of off-reckonings, January 1st, 1796, 7 £ 172,994 O I and which have fince been paid

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An account of fuch arrears of His Majefty's' Regular, Fencible, and Militia Forces as have been discharged fince the 1ft of January, 1796

An account of all pay and arrears which were due to His Majefty's General and Staff-officers, on the tft of January, 1796, and have since been discharged

29,643 II 1

31,056 0 3

II

£ 233,693 11 5.

From the exact amount of all arrears now due to the officers of the feveral regiments, troop, and company, of His Majefty's Regular, Fencible, and Militia Forces, diftinguishing the periods for which fuch arrears are refpectively due, cannot be afcertained until the Regimental Accounts of each particular year have been examined at the War-Office: but from fuch accounts as have been examined and ftated at the WarOffice, and remain to be finally fettled at the Pay-Office, it appears that the fum of 62,1981. 9s. 11d. is due to the Agents, to enable them to clear certain regiments with the following year: but that the fum of 85,6611. 10s. 6d. is due from the Agents in confequence of overpay ments on other regiments in the fame period: and that the balance due to the public amounts to 23,4631. os. 7d.

An Account of all the fuins of money advanced by the Bank of England for the public fervice, and outstanding on the 31st December

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An Account of all the fums of money advanced by the Bank of England for the public fervice, and outstanding on the 31st of Decem

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4th Mch 1796.

5,265,000 0 370,739 O 9

10,224,739 0 9 1,418,960 19 3

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A. NEWLAND,

Chief Cashier.

Bank of England, April 22d, 1706.

An ACCOUNT of the Amount of Money advanced for the Public Service by the Bank of England, and outstanding on the oth of October, 1795, and the 5th of January, 1796, distinguishing each Period.

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An ACCOUNT, fhewing how the Money given for the Service of the year 1795 has been difpofed of, distinguished under the feveral Heads, until the 3d Day of March 1796, and the parts remaining unfatisfied, with the deficiency thereupon.

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SERVICES.

For wages and wear and tear of the navy,
and the victualling thereof, for 100,000
men, including 15,000 marines, from the
1st day of January 1795

For the ordinary of the navy, including half
pay to fea and marine officers, for the
year 1795

Towards the buildings, re-buildings, and re-
pairs of fhips of war in His Majefty's and
the merchants yards, and other extra works
over and above what are proposed to be
done upon the heads of wear and tear,
and ordinary, for the year 1795

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4,940,000

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260,000 O O
1,176,804 17 9

34,155 9

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