Exchequer Bills Act 1800

JurisdictionUK Non-devolved
Citation1800 c. 109
Year1800
Anno Regni GEORGII III. tricesimo nono & quadragesimo. An Act for granting to his Majesty a certain Sum of Money out of the Consolidated Fund, for applying certain Sums of Money therein mentioned, for the Service of the Year one thousand eight hundred; for further appropriating the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament, and for making forth Duplicates of Exchequer Bills, Lottery Tickets, Certificates, Receipts, Annuity Orders, or other Orders, lost, burnt, or otherwise destroyed.

(39 & 40 Geo. 3) C A P. CIX.

[29th July 1800]

'Most Gracious Sovereign,

WE, your Majesty's most dutiful and loyal Subjects, the Commons ofGreat Britain , in Parliament assembled, towards raising the necessary Supplies which we have chearfully granted to your Majesty in this Session of Parliament, have resolved to give and grant unto your Majesty the Sum hereinafter mentioned;' and do therefore most humbly beseech your Majesty that it may be enacted; &c.

‘5,200,000 l. out of the Consolidated Fund, may be applied towards the Supply for 1800, to be raised by Loans or Exchequer Bills; payable out of the Consolidated Fund. ∥ 1—10. 5,300,000 l. out of the Duties upon Income, under 39Geo. III. Cap. 13. may be applied towards the Supply, over and above the Sums necessary to discharge the Interest on Loans charged on the said Duties. ∥ 10. And also 1,250,000 l. out of the Duties granted by the Convoy Act, 38 Geo. III, Cap. 76. ∥ 11. Monies raised by the Duties on Malt, &c. under Cap. 2. of this Session; on Pensions, &c. by Cap. 3; as also 2,500,000 l. by Exchequer Bills, under Cap. 4; 20,500,000 l. by Annuities, under Cap. 22; 3,000,000 l. by Agreement with the Bank, under Cap. 28; the said 5,300,000 l. [see ∥ 10.] out of the Duties upon Income; the said 1,250,000 l. [see ∥ 11.] out of Duties granted by 38 Geo. III. Cap. 76; Monies (826,000 l. ) raised by the Lottery, under Cap. 52; 3,500,000 l. by Exchequer Bills, under Cap. 102; 3,000,000 l. by Exchequer Bills, under Cap. 103; 3,000,000 l. by Exchequer Bills, under Cap. 104; and the said 5,200,000 l. [see ∥ 1, &c. ] out of the Consolidated Fund, may be applied as follow. ∥ 12. 13,619,079 l. 13 s. 11 d. for Naval Services, viz. For two Lunar Months commencing Jan. 1, 1800, the Sums following: 444,000 l. for Wages of 120,000 Men including 22,696 Marines; 456,000 l. for their Victualling; 720,000 l. for Wear and Tear of Ships; 60,000 l. for Ordnance for Sea Service; 121,510 l. for Ordinary of the Navy; 115,625 l. for Extraordinary of the Navy; and for eleven Lunar Months commencing February 26, 1800, the Sums following: 2,238,500 l. for Wages of 110,000 Men including 22,696...

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