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TABLE R. 2.

Shewing, The Amount of Wan Taxes which would be released at the End of any

given Year, when Peace might take place; if the Principle of rendering dispo-
sable the Excess of the Sinking Fund above the Interest of the Debt were applied,
on the return of Peace, to the Debt charged on the War Taxes, as well as to the
present Debt: And, in that Event, shewing how much of the Property Tax would
remain pledged at the End of any given Year; supposing the other War Taxes,
exclusive of the Property Tax, to produce £.9,500,000 per Annum, and the Pro-
perty Tax to produce £.11,500,000, so as to complete the £.21,000,000.-
3 Per-Cents, supposed to vary in the Manner stated in Column 2 of this Table.

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Excess of Total Excess

War Taxes

Amount of of the

Total Excess
Sinking
pre-

which War Taxes, the Property

of both
sent Sinking)
Fund above

Tax taken at
would re- which might 2.11,500,000
Fund which Sinking
the Interest might, in any Funds above

main be released at which would of the Debt given year of

pledged the End of remain

the Interest
charged on Peace, be ap.

after de
the
plied to the

the End of
ducting the
release of the both Debts.
War Taxes. War Taxes,

any given Excesses.

Year.

of

any given pledged at

Year.

Nil. Nil, Nil. Nil, Nil. Nil. Nil. Nil.

Nil.

.
£.
.
£.
..

£. 1807| 60. I 5 60,000

60,000 1,140,000 19,860,000 1808 63.1 6-41 239,700

239,700 2,160,300 18,839,700 1809) 484,936

48+,936 3,115,064 17,884,936 1810 66.66=41 878,057

878,057 4,121,943 (16,878,057 1811 1,381,770

1,381,770 5,218,230 (15,781,770 1812 70.58 41 2,039,194

2,039,194 6,160,806 14,839,194 1813 2,792,559

2,792,559 7,007,441 12,992,559 1814] 75. 3,693,061

3,693,061 7,706,939 13,293,061 1815 4,693,583

4,693,583 8,306,417 12,693,583 1816

5,798,126 138,984 5,937,110 8,662,890 12,337,110 1817

7,010,850 1,014,075 8,024,925 8,175,075 12,824,925 1818

And to con- 8,336,083 1,331,433 9,667,516 8,132,484 |12,867,516

tinue at 1819

9,778,326 1,542,018 11,320,344 8,079,656 12,920,344 that rate 1820 through. 111,342,258 1,638,147 12,980,405 8,019,595 12,980,405

the 1821

of 11,637,548 1,473,588 13,111,136 17,888,864 13,111,136 1822 this pe111,944,649 1,259,780 (13,204,429 17,795,571 13,204,429

riod of 20 1823 years.

12,264,034 994,753 13,258,787 7,741,213 13,258,787 1824)

12,429,795 791,657 13,221,452 7,778,548 13,221,452 1825

12,435,785 723,849 13,159,634 7,840,366 13,159,634 1826

12,442,016

694,894 13,136,910 7,863,0.90 13.,136,910

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out
rest

Ni. Nil. Nil. Nil, Nil. Nil. Nil. Nil. Nil. Nil. Nil.

* Note. In this Table, no credit is taken for the Annuities which will expire in 1808 and in 820; nor for the sum which would arise from the reduction of the 5 to a 4 per-cent, fun s.

TABLE R. 3.

Shewing, the Amount of War Taxes which would be released at the End of any

given Year, when Peace might take place; if the Principle, of rendering disposable thé Excess of the Sinking Fund above the Interest of the Debt, were applied, on the Return of Peace, to the Debt charged on the War Taxes, as well as to the present Debt: And, in that Event, shewing how much of the Property Tax would remain pledged at the End of any given Year; supposing the other War Taxes, exclusive of the Property Tax, to produce £.9,500,000 per Annum, and the Property Tax to produce £.11,500,000, so as to complete the £.21,000,000. -3 Per-Cents, supposed to vary in the Manner stated in Column 2 of this Table.

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Total Excess

amount of Excess of of the present Total Excess War Taxes

the Property SINKING FUND, SINKING FUND, of both which would War Taxes Tax, taken at

above the which might, SINKING FUNDS remain which might 11,500,0) Interest of the in any given above the pledged after be released which would Debt charged Year of Peace, Interest deducting at the

rem 2:2 on the be applied to of both

the End of any pledged at the War Taxes. the release of Debts. Excesses. given Year.

End of a the War Taxes.

Rate of Interest per Cent.

given a

£.

1907

£. 19,860,000

60. =5

£.
60,000

60,000

£. 1,140,000

Nil.

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1824

14,122,052

01,079

14,723,131

6,276,869

14,723,131

1825

14,186,913

583,016

14,769,959

6,230,041

14,769,959

Nil.

1826

14,253,719

565,555

14,819,974

6,130,726

14,819,974

MIL

Note.—In this Table, no credit is taken for the Annuities which will expire in 1808 and in 1820, the sums which would arise froin the reduction of the 5 to a 4 per-Ceut. fund, and afterwards of tie a 3 per-Cent fund.

TABLE R. 4.

Shewing at one View the different Results of the three Tables, R, R. 2, &R. 3.

1st SUPPOSITION—Table R. -The 3 per Cents. are supposed to continue at 60, throughout the whole period of 20 Years.

2d SUPPOSITION—Table R. 2.- The 3 per Cents. are supposed to continue for the 1st Year (viz 1807) at 60.; theu to rise to 63.16, and so to continue for two Years, viz. during 1808 and 1809; then to rise to 66.66, and so to continue for two Years, viz. during 1810 and 1811; then' to rise to 70.58, and so to continue for two Years, viz. during 1812 and 1813; and then, viz. in 1814, to rise to 75, and to continue at that Price throughout the rest of the period of 20 Years.

3d SuPPOSITION—Table R. 3.—The 3 per Cents. are supposed to continue for the 1st Year (viz. 1807) at 60. ; then to rise to 66.66, and so to continue for two Years, viz. during 1808 and 1809; then to rise to 75. and so to continue for two Years, viz. during 1810 and 1811; then to rise to 85.71, and so to continue for two Years, viz. during 1812 and 1813; and then, viz. in 1814, to rise to Par, and to continue at that Price throughout the rest of the period of 20 Years.

1st SUPPOSITION.

2d SUPPOSITION.

3d SUPPOSITION.

Amount of
Amount of

Amount of
the Property
the Property

the Property War Taxes, Tax, taken at War Taxes, Tax, taken at War Taxes, fax, taken at YEAR. | which might be 11,500,0001. || which might be 11,500,0001. which might be 11,500,0001.

released which would released which would released which would at the End of remain at the End of remain at the End of remain any given Year.(pledged at the any given Year. pledged at the any given Year. pledged at the End of any End of any

End of any given Year. given Year.

given Year.

£. Nil.

1807

Nil,

1808

Nil.

Nil.

1809 1810

Nil.
Nil.
Nil.
Nil.

Nil,
Nil,
Nil.
Nil.
Nil.

Nil.

1811

Nil.
Nil.

1812

Nil.

Nil,

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£. 19,860,000 18,783,000 17,772,150 16,640,757 15,402,794 14,262,933 13,226,079 12,297,382 11,482,251 11,957,914 11,923,046 11,891,765 11,858,922 11,819,104 11,850,628 11,817,068 11,715,148 11,478,140 11,105,950 10,720,730

Nil.

£. 19,860,000 18,839,700 17,884,936 16,878,057 15,781,770 14,839,194 13,992,559 13,293,061 12,693,583 12,337,110 12,824,925 12,867,516 12,920,344 12,980,405 13,111,136 13,204,429 13,258,787 13,221,452 13,159,634 13,136,910

£. 19,860,000 18,896,101 17,996,825 17,111,897 16,153,172 15,398,333 14,729,073 14,236,146 13,824,430 13,496,362 13,800,958 13,860,734 13,935,102 14,022,582 14,171,086 14,300,044 14,558,748 14,723,131 14,769,959 14,819,274

Nil.
Nil.

Nil.

Nil.

Nil.
Nil.

Nil.

Nil.

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France, Negociation with, 259

Taxation, Lord Warwick's

Outlines of a Plap of, 1029

I

Indemnity Bill; Lord De Dun.

stanville's, 724
Insolvent Debtors, 1028

y.

Vote of Thanks to Sir Joha

Stuart, 213

K

W

King's Speech, on opening the

Session ; see Lords Commis.
sioners' Speech, 15

Warwick, Lord; his Plan of

Taxation, 1029

INDEX TO DEBATES IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.

Abbot, R. Hon. Charles, cho-

sen Speaker, 2
Address of the Commons, on

the Lords Commissioners'

Speech, 39, 82
American Treaty, 444
Army Estimates, 453, 472, 535

K
King's Speech on opening the

Session ; see Lords Commis.
sioners' Speech.

469

L
Londonderry Election Petition,
Lords Commissioners' Speech,

on opening the Session, 15,

35, 82
Lunatics, Criminal and Pau-

B
Barrack Abuses, 843
Barrack Supplies, 559
Battle of Maida, 215, 429
Biddulph, Mr. ; his Motion re-

lative to Sinecure Places and

Pensions, 703
Brandy, Duty on, 850
Budget, 1075
Buenos Ayres, 466

per, 514

M

с
Carnatic Papers, 1018
Cawthorne, Mr., Charges a-

gainst, 432, 450, 515
Chairman of Ways and Means,

Mr. Bivelulph's Motion rela
tive to the Salary of the, 227

Maida, Battle of, 213
Malt Duty Bill, 427

N
Negociation with France, 259

S
Scotch Judicature Bill, 602,

788
Slave-Trade Abolition Bill, 257,

431, 601, 612, 657, 677, 691,
701

Declaration of the King of

Great Britain, on the Rup-
ture of the Negociation with

France, 209
Dublin Election Petition, 421

F
Finance, New Plan of, 564,725,

794, 860,921, 1004
Finance Committee, 722
Foreign Property in the Funds,

698
France, Negociation with, 241,

305
France ; Papers relative to the

Negociation with, 92
Freehold Estates Bill, 561, 851

G
Galway Election Writ, 226, 227
Grenville Election Act, 695

Maida, Battle of, 215, 429
Military Establishments of the

Country, 426, 438
Militia Officers, 513
Mutiny Bill, 931

H
Hampshire Election, Petition

respecting the, 684, 747

N
Navy Estimates, 2:36,529
Negociation with France, 241
Negociation with France, Pa.

pers relative to the, 92
Neutral Trade, 466
Neutrals, Order of Council re-

lative to, 451, 620

1
Irish Election Bill, 436
Irish Misrellaneous Services,

937, 1079
Irish Treasury Bills' Bil!, 605

D
Davison, Mr. A., Conduct of,

674

Thetford Election Petition, 30%,

418
Treasurership of the Nary, 604

V
Vellore, Massacre at, 689
Vote of Thanks to Sir John

Stuart, 215

W

Roman Catholic College at
Oak Bark Bill, 435, 549

Maynooth, 938, 1079
Order of Council relative to
Neutrals, 451, 620

S
Ordnauce Estimates, 423, 425, Scotch Clergy Bill, 557, 610,
429

838

Sinecure Places and Pensions,
P

703
Paull, Mr., his Petition respect. Slave-Trade Abolition Bill, 717,

ing the Westminster Election, 1940 829,939, 945, 1040
997, 1056

Speaker, Choice of a, 2
Poor-Laws Bill, 865, 944

Stuart, Sir John; Vote of
Private Bills, Resolutions re- thanks to, 215-
lating to, 254

Sugar, Distillation of, 238
Prussian Subsidy, 1074

Sugar Drawbacks, 840, 849
R

T
Resolutions relating to Private Tables and Calculations rela-
Bills, 254

tive to the New Plan of Fi.
Roman Catholics, 931

nance, Append. i.

Ways and Means; Mr. Bid-

dulph's Motion relative to the
Salary of the Chairman of,

227
Wellesley, Marquis; Conduct

of, 433, 443, 551
Westminster Election Petition,

232, 933, 997, 1033.
Woollen Trade, 240

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HOUSE OF COMMONS.

Attorney-General (Sir A. Pi.

gott), 304, 420, 521, 523,
524, 609, 697, 859, 936

A
Abbot, Rt. Hon.C.; see Speaker.
Adam, W. 524, 611,774, 1003,

1039
Addington, J. H. 599,995, 1027
Advocate-General (Sir J. Ni-

cholls), 633
Apstruther, Sir J. 552, 353,

1022

B
Baker, W. 239
Bankes, W. 525, 553, 696, 698,

925, 940, 1084
Barham, J. 1048

Barry, J. 845
Bathurst. B. 3, 256, 301, +20,

522, 722, 776, 972, 1050.
Biddulph, R. M. 228, 231,458,

703, 716, 722, 763, 1033,

1036, 1039
Bourne, S. 455, 514, 527, 560,

687, 688, 860
Broadrick, W.760

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