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In giving this ftate to the public, the fuperintendant thinks it neceffary to take notice, that, though there appears but 107 1. 13s. 2d, over and above the capital of 3500l. yet it is to be confidered, that there were at the drawing up this fketch 23 fish machines paid for, and then in ufe, befides including the fundry expences as above to the 30th of September laft; and this appears to him beyond what he could have expected from fuch an undertaking in its infancy, and with the many difficulties to be encountered. is moreover to be obferved, that the above fum of 36c71. 135. 2d. is not to be understood as cash in hand, the whole being engaged by the fuperintendant for the purposes of fupporting and extending this undertaking, by opening fome other ports on the fea coaft, for procur

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Years Tax per pound Produce. | Brought forwards 1688

500,000

16

89.

1,000,000

1,000,000

1,000,000

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1,500,000

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ing a greater variety of fish, which the town feems to defire and expect; and to that end he has now in use 54 machines, befides 26 made, and making, to complete the number 80; with which, and fuch further encouragement as the public may think proper to give, fish of inferior forts may be brought for the benefit of labouring perfons at moderate prices; more especially if he shall be affifted with a proper place of general fale, where dealers and hawkers may be fupplied out of the quantities that may occafionally be brought, beyond what the prefent established place of fale can find vent for, agreeable to his original plan; the want of which has hitherto been the greateft difadvan tage he has laboured under in the profecution of this undertaking.

1,500,000 6,000,000

3,000,000

2s. 6d. 1,250,000

4

24,000,000

3,000,000

45,250,000

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22 to 26

27

28, 29

30, 31

32, 33

34 to 39 40 to 49 50 to 52

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45,250,000 2,000,000. 5,000,000 10,000,000 1,500,000

2,000,000

3,000,000

1,000,000 6,000,000

20,000,000

4,500,000 3,000,000

10,000,000

4

Total £113,250,000

SUPPLIES

SUPPLIES granted by Parliament for the Service of the Year 1761, and not published in last Year's Register.

NOVEMBER 27.

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1. That for the fupport of his majesty's houshold, and of the honour and dignity of the crown, there be granted to his majefty, during his life, fuch a revenue as, together with the annuities payable by virtue of any acts of parliament, made in the reign of his late majefty king George IId. (of bleffed memory) out of the hereditary civil lift revenues, fhall amount to the clear yearly fum of 800000l. to commence from the demife of his faid late majetty

2. That the faid revenue, for the fupport of his majesty's houfhold, and of the honour and dignity of the crown, be charged upon, and made payable out of, the aggregate fund

3. That the feveral revenues, which were payable to his faid late majefty, during his life, and had continuance to the time of his demife (other than fuch payments as were charged upon, and iffuing out of, the aggregate fund) be granted and continued, from the time of the faid demife, to his prefent majefty, during his life; and the produce of the faid revenues, together with the produce of the hereditary revenues, which were fettled, or appointed to be, towards the fupport of the houfhold of his late majefty, and of the honour and dignity of the crown, be, during the faid term, carried to, and made part of, the aggregate fund.

4. That 70000 men be employed for the fea fervice, for 1761, including 18355 marines.

5. That a fum, not exceeding 41. per man per month, be allowed, for maintaining them for 13 months, including the ordnance of fea fervice

NOVEMBER 29.

1. That a number of land forces, including those in Germany, and 4008 invalids, amounting to 64971 effective men, commiffion and non-commiffion officers included, be employed for the fervice of 1761.

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2. That, for the charge of the said number of men, for guards and garrifons, and other of his majesty's land forces, in Great Britain, Guernsey, and Jersey, for 1761, there be granted a fum, not exceeding *

3. That, for maintaining his majefty's forces and garrifons, in the Plantations, Gibraltar, Guadaloupe, Africa, and the Eaft-Indies; and for provifions for the garrifons in Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, Gibraltar, Providence, Quebec, Guadaloupe, Senegal, and Goree, for 0761

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4. That, for defraying the charge of three regiments of foot, on the Irish establishment, serving in North America, for 1761

5. That, for the pay of the general, and general ftaff-officers, and officers of the hofpitals for his majefty's land forces, for 1761

6. That, for defraying the charge of the embodied. militia, of the feveral counties in South Britain, and of the fencible men of Argyleshire, and of lord Sutherland's battalion of Highlanders, in North Britain, for 122 days, from 25 December, 1760, to 25 April, 1761, both days inclufive

7. That, upon account, for defraying the charge of cloathing for the embodied militia, for 1761

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DECEMBER 2.

1. That, for the charge of the officers of ordnance, for land fervice, for 1761

2. That, for defraying the extraordinary expence of fervices performed, by the office of ordnance, for land fervice, and not provided for by parliament, in 1765

DECEMBER 9.

1. That, for the ordinary of the navy, including half-pay to the fea-officers, for 1761

2. That, for compleating the works of the hofpital for fick amd wounded feamen, at Haflar, near Gofport 3. That, towards carrying on the works of the hofpital for fick and wounded feamen, building near Plymouth, for 1761

4. That, for the charge of transport service, between the 1st of October, 1759, and the 30th of September,

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1760, including the expence of victualling his majefty's land forces within the faid time

5. That, towards paying off and difcharging the debt of the navy

6. That, towards the buildings, rebuildings and repairs, of his majesty's fhips, for 1761

DECEMBER II,

1. That, to enable his majesty to discharge the like fum, raised in purfuance of an act made in the laft feffion of parliament, and charged upon the first aids, or fupplies, to be granted in this feffion

2. That, to be applied towards the improving,. widening, and enlarging, the paffage over and through London bridge

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DECEMBER 15..

That, to enable his majefty to pay off, and difcharge, fuch Exchequer bills, as were made out before the 11th of December, 1760, by virtue of an act paffed in the laft feffion of parliament, intituled, An At to enable his Majefty to raise a certain Sum of Money, towards paying off, and difcharging, the Debt of the Navy, &c. and charged upon the first aids, or supplies, to be granted in this feafon

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1. That, for defraying the charge of 39773 men of the troops of Hanover, Wolfenbuttle, Saxe-Gotha, and count of Buckeburg, together with that of general and staff-officers, actually employed against the common enemy, in concert with the king of Pruffia, from 25 December, 1750, to 24 December, 1761, both inclufive, to be iffued in advance every two months, in like manner as the pay of the Heffian forces, now in the fervice of Great Britain; the faid body of troops to be mustered by an English commiffary, and the effective ftate thereof to be afcertained by the fignature of the commander in chief of the faid forces

2. That, for defraying the charge of 2120 horse, and 9900 foot, together with the general and staffofficers, the officers of the hofpital, and others, belonging to the train of artillery, the troops of the landgrave of Heffe-Caffel, in the pay of Great Britain, for 365 days, from 25 December, 1760, to 24 De

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cember, 1761, both days inclufive; together with the fubfidy for the faid time, pursuant to treaty

3. That, for defraying the charge of an additional corps of 1576 horfe, and 8808 foot, together with the general and staff-officers, the officers of the hofpital, and officers and others belonging to the train of artillery, the troops of the landgrave of Heffe-Caffel, in the pay of Great Britain, for 365 days, from 1 January, 1961, to 31 December following, both days inclufive, pursuant to treaty

4. That, for defraying the charge of 1205 cavalry, and 2208 infantry, the troops of the reigning duke of Brunswick, in the pay of Great Britain, for 365 days, from 25 December, 1760, to 24 December, 1761, both days inclufive; together with the fubfidy for the faid time, purfuant to treaty

5. That, to make good a deficiency in the fum, voted last feffion of parliament, for the charge of the troops of Brunfwick, to 24 December, 1760

6. That, for defraying the charge of five battalions, ferving with his majesty's army in Germany, each bettalion confifting of one troop of ror men, and four companies of foot, of 125 men in each company, with a corps of artillery, for 365 days, from 25 December, 1760, to 24 December, 1761, both days inclufive

7. That, for defraying the extraordinary expences of his majesty's land forces, and other services, incurred to the 19th of November, 1760, and not provided for by parliament

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8. That, upon account, towards defraying the charges of forage, bread, bread-waggons, train of artillery, and of provifions, wood, ftraw, &c. and other extraordinary expences and contingencies of his majefty's combined army, under the command of prince Ferdinand

DECEMBER 23.

That, to enable his majefty to make good his engagements with the king of Pruffia, pursuant to a convention between his majefty and the king of Pruffia, concluded 12 December, 1760

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JANUARY 15, 1761.

1. That, to replace to the finking fund, the like fum paid out of the fame, to make good the deficiency, on the 5th of July 1760, of the feveral duties on

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