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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - June 29, 1802, Dublin, Dublin IMPERIAL OF The of the EXCHEQUER lie rtjfe in purfuHnre bf the notice he had given on a former fubmU feveral Kefnlutions on the fubject of Fi on wliich it was his intention to move that the Debate fhouid be adjourned to with an under flanding that the Refolutions fhbuld be printed and ready for delivsrr He then fubmittcd the following Kefulutioai c That the amount of the Public funded Debt on the jth of exclusive of Long arid Short and Annuities for to the amount of That on the iftof February Stock to the am mint of had been tourehafcd Hy theCnmmiffioners for Na tional Debtand to the amount of had fallen and had been carried to their account reducing the actual amount of flic on the 5th of January to and the Annuities to And on the ift of February Stock ttrtheamnum of had purchafcd by the for redeeming the National and Anwmics to the amount of bad fallen in been carried to their account and Stock to the amount of had been transferred to ton account of Land Tax reducing tUe ac tual amount of Debt exifling before the on the id of February td 792 and the Annuities 10 That the Capital of the Public Funded created fincethe fH of February as the Tune flood on the ifttof February togethtrwith the Capital to be created By harrowed in the prefent Seflion of Par rtclufivc of Three per created by Advances to the Emperor of is That the amount of Long Annuities during the Tame is per exclufive of created by Advances to the Emperor of which will expire in the year 1801 That of thefe fums mud Long are bn Account of Ireland and leaving a Permanent Debt of charged on Great Britain and that on the ift of February 1 had been by the Coramif fioners for redeeming the National reducing the laid Permanent Debt created finer 5th January to per annum exclnfive of Long Annui ties to the amount of That the total amount of the Permanent Funded Debt charged on Great after deducting the Turn of redtemel and the Annuities fallen in lthc and transferred to on account of Land Tax on the id of February together with Short to the amount of and Lang An nuities to the amount of after deducting the Annuities provided for by That the Aim annually applicable to the Reduction of the National Debt of Great in pursuance of the pafied in was i being about tajSth part of the Capital of the Permanent Debt then exift nig and for vas being about ii6cth part of the Permanent Debt exifting in and may for the year 1801 heeflinmed at 5 icing about part of the Permanent Debt exifling iu v hich fum of is appropriated by of Parliament to accumulate at Compound until he whole of the cxi ting Debt is fijp poliiig all tlic Stocks to be purchafed at Par and no fur ther Ainu to be transferred ftir the Redemption of the cannot be liter than the clofe of That the Annual Charge incurred on account of the Permanent on the 5th of January was before any Fund was created applicable to the Reduction of the Debt and on the January including 1 applicable lotheRcdmilionofthcDcbt in which fum of was on the 5th of January the Intereft of Capital Stock redeemed and the amount of Annuities fallen or which had been transferred to the making together the fum of that the faid fum of was rtduccd on the 5th of January by reafon of Stock transferred for the Redemption of the Land i the Diminution in the Charges of Management account of fums redeemed by the to in fum included the Intereft on Capital Stock and the amount of Annuities fallen or and transferred to the making together the fum of 1 That tbe Annual charge incurred on account of the Pcr nwncnt Dtbt of Great created fince the 5th of January 1 including Permanent and charge on Loan of the prefent Seflion of which will uot become payable until after the 5th of January amounts to of whith ia for and Charges of Management of fuch part of the debt as unredeemed ift of February and from per Sinking Fund on iilic Capital of part of the faid Debt and Inhered of Stock and is applicable to reduction thereof and that a further charge of per an oium ia gurantccd by in default of Payment of the Intcreft of certain Loans by his Mnjcfty the limpcroc of Kcrmnny f That the amount of the Outstanding Demands unpro vided for ou the 5th of January etclufive of Un funded Dtbt and of the Anticipation of certain Duties Annually was That the Surplus of Wavs and Means for the year was and remained and applicable o the Public on the Grant to the Queen of re ducing the amount of Demands unprovided to of which has been provided for in the prefent That the Unfunded exclufive of the anticipation in the uJuaJ form on certain Duties annually voted amounted on the 5th of January Ami on the jth of January to ex lulive of the anticipation of the Loan of and of advanced ly the without for the renewal of their to be npaid in 1806 of fum of has been paid or provided for in the courle of the prcicnt Sci together wiili that of the Talcs imposed ia 1784 by x That the actual netproduceof the Taxes imoofdd fmcc the jth of January in the yeir ending the of January and t hat the total nej produce ol the PenUauent in the year ended the Jth of January i to including paid for Bounties on Corn and Rice Tils j That the total grofs roceipt within the year deduct ing and drawbacks ani alfo deducting all Loans and Monies paid to Government in the yiejr in the year in the year in the year 5 in the year being an increafe compared with of and compared with compared with of and compared with That the official value of Imports into Great Bri inthe year ending the fth of January as and on an average of fix Coding the 5th of January that the official value of all Imports inttt Great Britain in the yeAt end ing the jth of January j anjl on an average of fix f he 5th of January that the official value of aUlrnpbru into Great Britain in tinyear ending the jth of Janu ary 1802 luppofing the imports the Eafl of account has been made fpbethe fame as in the preceding year making an as compared with of and with of an average of fix ending the 5th of January was making on as compared with the average to 5th January i of and with theaVeragc to 5th of January of and that the real value of Imports intlie year eliding the January fuppofing the Imports from the aft In dies to be tlie fame as in the preceding iftay be eftimated at about That oflieial value of Britifli AAmi ex ported from Great in the year ending ihc jth of January and on in average of fix ending jth January waa that the official value of Britifli Nlsmnfadhires exportt ed from ureat Britain inthe the jth Of Ja nuary was antt on an average of fix ending the jth January was that the official valite of Eritifh Manufactures exported from Great Britain in the year ending the jth January 1802was making an compared with and on an average of fix yearn ending the 5th of Ja nuary was making an compared with the average to of and with the average to jth January of and that the real value of Brmfli Tvlanu fadtura exported in the year may be eftimated at That tbc official value of Foreign Merchandize ex ported from in the year ended the jth January was and on an average of fix ending tbe Jth January was That the official value of foreign exported from Great in the year ending the 5th and on an average of fix ending the 5th January the official value of Foreign Merchandise exported frorh Great in the year endinp the jth of was making an as com pared with of and 1792 of and on an average of fix ending the 5th of January was making an in compared with the average to January of and with the average to January the of and that flic real value of Foreign Merchandize exported in the year ended the 5th of January may be eftimaUd at about That the number of Regiftcred Vcflels belonging to the Britifli Dominions and employed in in die year being thefirft year in Regiikr Aft had taken full their Tonnage and the number of Seamen navigating the fame In the year ttve number wf their Tonnage aAlT the nftmbtr of Seamen navigating the and in the year the number of Veflels was their Tonnage and the number of men being an increafc of of and comparedwith and of 3693 of and of compared with x That the total Aim to be raifed In Great in the year may be estimated Intercft of Public Funded of and Sinking on the Jlh Of January after deducting Intereft payable by Ireland to be incurred and paid between 5th 1802 and 5th on Stock created by Loans in the prcfcnt SertJon Intereft on Exchequer Bills Proportion to be defrayed by ac cording to the Articles of of the Civil and other on the Consolidated Funds of and amount ing together to Civil Government of mated as before on Hereditary Militia and Defcrters Bounties for promoting Linen including of Corn Bounties beyond repaid by Parliament Charges of pf the Revenue the fame as laft year Making the Total Permanent Cliargeo to he defrayed out of the Urols Receipt of Permanent Revenue Proportion to be defrayed by Great according to the of of the Supplies voted for for Great Britain and amounting in the whole to therein thofcparatc on Gnat Britain by Arrears of Income Tax r Vt Making in the the Sum of if TO That it by a Report of a Cownuf fhU in that the Expenditure fincluding the Annual Million rortne Reduction rnePnbBe jtn average of fivef ending the jth of January irtcluding fundry Extraor dinary Jixpences for the Armament of and for to American and other Articles of a temporary amounted to But the Peace Eftahlifluncut was cftimated by the faid Vfith which JEftimate the atfhial pence of the year 179 nearly In the above fum included the Charge of v That the net produce of the Permanent Taxes exifling tin the 5th of January then amounted to and that the Taxes were afterwards im pofcd to defray the cxpences of the War ending amounting in 1786 to making together That the net produce of the Permanent Taxes exift ing previous to the year adding thereto about as above dated in 1 784 and and anting from the Consolidation and from JHuus impofed in was in the year ending the jth of January on the 5th of Ja nuary on the 5th of January onthc5th of January on the 5th of January on the 5th of January on the 5th of January the 5th of and on the 5th of January 1 includ ing the amount of Bounties paid ou Rice imported which laft fum after Deducting the arilirg from the Confolidaiion awlthofe impolcd in i exceeds the net pro duce of rcriuanciit Taxti of jtti of January 17841 Advance to Ireland Intercft payable for Imperial Loan Sheridan Oeatlenuui bnljr ftantf up deliver that learned aiiilla vthe rtoufe had very nearly been hear Inconfequenee of t between them that they Oionld deivet t That the Grofs Receipt of the Permanent after deducting repayment for over andJJcuntien in tlic nature of in the year ended jth January to Eftimated Produce to the jth April the Taxes impofed in the prefent Seflion of Par liament That further fums are applicable to the Service of the year at follow Repayments from Lot tery And that the remainder of tbc Supply for the year 1802 is provided for by a on ac count of Great of And a Loan for of And by Exchequer Bills to be charged on Supplies 1803 And additional Produce of Taxes drat were deficient in 1801 compared with 1799 Surplus of Ways and Means and Refidae of Grants to the Queen of Portugal Intereft on Land Tax contratfcd to be paid for the Public o if from to dccl Stock extinguished the on the of That the Additional Permanent en r red by the Debt created1 fincc elufivcof fnterett payable by That the Additional Charge to hq incurred Tor increafcd Amount of Exclieincr Billsj out v j is about iRtcreO of Money for fatisfying incjreafetf r Navy at per is about That the additional Charge incurred on the That the additional Charge incurred forafuth appropriated for tlic Redemption ofthe Public is And that the Increafed Espenccs of thePcaCe excfufiW of any Charges fb incurred by Intereft on further Slims paid onwindingup tbeExpencc of the War and of any Augmentation which may tatc place in the Naval or Military Eftabliflt alloxvirig for Increafe ofPay and other Expenses may a And alfo exclufive of oh by the Kntperor of and guaranteed by may ettt mated at y Tliai adding to the Produce of the Permsinent Taxes in the Year euding 5th nf tbe fum of paid for Corn and the fum oT being the cftimatetl deficiency of certain Du ties in tbe fame the income applicable 49 the Peace Eftablillimunt may be efllmated as follows Old Permanent Taxes New Permanent Taxes Further 1roduce that were deficient in compared with 1709 Furtlicr Produce of 1 801 Taxes in H Land and after dcduding Land Tat re deemed Tuefday had firft tifcbcd they had afterWA till In the i and Learned Jentlerimn toul ptay he delayed tifl oh thai lom ft bad II cannot fhe in before to trirbrte neceflity of puhflhidFil cartdna of occafiotr jri conduct is ntort iniontJ no document VM no burtb provoke oppofition I the voluntary efforts of his MaieftyVt iiirtiefnietnW 6f edij qmnesinto Indian i IIHTC fome and do not land in needWthe dired tionsof the and Leawed With K to the the oeeafionf the manner which it is 1 for bnnfr forward ifcilft And that a further Soro of ariungfrom wbicli will expire at the periods In 1805 1806 1807 188 then atfo be applicable as well as fuch Sums as may from time to time arifefrom the favings on the Intercft ks which may be reduced to a lower and the whole of the Stocks to he red need to 3 would amount to which Sums are of Any for the Profit of a Lot or for any participation of the Territorial Reve nues of if the Right Gentleman wiflicd for a difcuffion the he thought it would be bettertu port pone that difcuJBon till The of the he had no particular appetite for a but he was ex tremely anxious that fhould havefnfficient time tu contidcr the in cafe any difcuffion fhould take place Ht had no objection to and therefore moved that the debate1 fhould be adjourned to Agreed JUNE A Meflage from the informed the Houfe of the aflcnt of their Lordtfiips to the Exchequer the Trench the Sinking the Inn the the Stamp the Irifli the Irifli Six per the Tortola Free the Irifli the Con troverted and the Marine Mutiny WALLACE that thcce be hid before the Houfc a Copy pf a Paper purporting to be a letter of Huf fcm the reputed fon of the late Nabob of to James Stuart and Samuel his Agents in The moved for by on were and ordered to be printed for the ufc of tle SHhRIDAN cxprcflcd his regret that the thin at tendance of tbc Houfe yeftcrday prevented an Korv and Learned Gentleman from delivering a very elaborate in ivhich they would have heard a com plete account of our Government and Governors in from our firjl feitlcment there down to the prefent The Houfe in this cafe had certainly fuftaiucd a very great by their own But aa the fault appeared to him tu bring with it own he fliould not fubjeiSl the Houfe to a new penance by entering at prefent into a limilar He he intended to follow a very different to avoid all detail There no middle way that in the prefent aOTair could be adopted cither the whole of the Baft India Companys tranPaclions muft be at prefent without any evidence or to guidr our or the whole muft be deferred till the iieceflary information on both fides could be brought forward and this laft courfe lie preitnt intended to as the wifcft and the muft He found himfclf called to lay a few words to account for his conduct in U had not been a habit with him to iufift upon attending their or to count out tbe Houfe upon dilcurtioiu even of more importance than the pre Icnt n6r had an Gentleman oppufite to the Chancellor of the been in the habit of quitting llir Houfe even when matter j of far lefs importance were to have been brought The conduct of both required fome When information refpetfliug any publick bufinefs required by any there were he conceived only two modes of proceeding j cither to apply to his to receive fsmsfattion haverecourfe t6 the In the prefent inftance he had applied to his Majeftys and they had fairly declared to that information eflcntial to the proper inveftigation of the he had formerly intended tofubmit to the had not yet With t his declars tion he had refted fatisficd not think himfelf fuch impcrfeta documents as had yet to proceed in an inquiry that might implicate the charaiSler of one in a very high filiation in Some time after forming this rc fulution hcxvasfurprifed to that a certain Honoura ble and Learned ftruelc it were on a fud with anew with ccrtiinly very unlike thofe which had appeared to atc Uim on the trial of a former Governor General of In thought himfclf called upon to undertake the aod Learned Gentleman wifliod from my own from the of my nmj and not be gtfjded of the f On the prefent occafiooV I that there ant only ofprbcttdin coftthe whole of the Indiap affairs with fuch Hghu as we or to defer w curemore ducte me ropurfnc the I havealreidy nifUp and I muft do the Chancellor of the Exchequer the to that he in this fhtxva himftlliei tremcly willing to produce every dociioient in his and In fliewn a keepback any infortnation that has been He voluntarily moved fat requiring i tp le alledged by their fucli the the Exchequers con was impoffihle that I could follow any other conrfe t that which I havealready I fliouldnot felf jwftified ia by an inflammatory or declamaipry to prejudge the queftion fore tlic nccclFary informationrefpeclring it can be After she he fliewn to pro mote an inquiry into this I iiccd not the prefent who has not hithertointer meddled with Indian andwho HU luted by the of that need not inform mat this fubjeO his inoft ferious It is unneceflary for me to enter a train of argument to prove of the Indian Princes to their own the fettlemcnt made in the year we have uniformly re the title of the rights of the Nabob of in defiance of thu the lineal heir of thai Do minion is now depofcd by us on Account of the Ji is grawdfather and In be evidence on which the reality of thefe crimes It is ncceflary to inquire were the we hall be the Government of Who were the accufcrs Ooyernment Who were the wit the nay ftill more let us who were the receivers of the forfeitures incurred by thefe crimcft r the Government of In the Government of we at one find the the the the judges of the and the recejwj of incurred by it muft be fufpicibun and iifutely alone fuflicicnt t9 demand a invtftigation of the The impcrfcftdo cuments which are at prefent in our tend to leflcn our I be very if farther when it fliall do thefe fufpicions But if the contrary fhould be the 1 fhall alfo bt happy if His Majeftys Minifters will of themfelves take the neccflary ftcps to the execution of neither take 1 will moft certainly in the next Seflion ol niyfclf bring forward with the fpirit that ought to actuate an independent Member of who is influenced only by motives of publick and who has alfo fome experience to guide him in the proper to be If Fuch have been carried if fuch oppreflions hive taken place in have been I pledge myfelf to prove to the Houfe that fuch meafures arc equally impolitic and At I fliall content myfelf with recom mending the fubjedfc to the ferious confederation of the Houfe and with prefentinga Petition from the of the Carnatic to this It may be required by the ftria rules of the Houfe to identify the pcrfong that ttgned this petition to be realty what they de liga themfelves to be but in the prefent f hope the Houfe will be fatisfkd with the only evidence the cafe ad mits the conviction of the Member that prefents the Petition that they really are The Houfe will alfo con fider that it is to Parliament alone that this Petition can be In fuch cafes as appeal lies to any other The Crown itfelf has power to redreft the wrcnys of the fuftercrs the Parliament is the only competent trial Sheridan concluded by That the Petition front the Regents of the which he held in be received arid lie on the The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER ne was not difpofed to re lift the bringing up of the but he muft be permitted to his regret at one or two of the cxprcffiom of the He had that if any judgement could be formed from the on the criminality would attach to thofc who were at the head of chc Government of Buc from thefe he had certainly formed a very different opiniqn that no criminality what ever did either to the GovernorGeneral or to the other high character alluded to on this But he felt a in that the Houfe would nbt entertain any fenttmcnt unfavourable to thefe Noble Per before the whole of the circumftances of she cflc came before them by Authentic and then he certainly the whole cafe would appear highly favourable to thefe Noble Sheridans Motion then put and agreed The Houfe then adjourned till JUNE One half of nur force at the Cape goes with thi troops evacuating that fertlement forward to the Eaft and the other half retUMi Lord Keiths fleet is daily exposed from to be paid Orders have brenil fued from the Adrrtiralry for paying off alfo whole of the 1rorri the Weft a they reach Tuefday Bogle pre and their antwer to the appointed 10 inquire into rhr ex raordinary circum flances attending late Irifh which anfwer is to be communicated to the fubfcnbers at Turns
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