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In the Year ended the 31st day of December, 1866, and of the actual Issues or Payments within the same period, exclusive of the sums applied to the
Redemption of Funded or paying off Unfunded Debt, and of the Advances and Repayments for Local Works, &c.

8. d.

d. £ 8. d. Customs

21,915,000 0 0 Interest and Management of the Per-
20,616,000 0 0 manent Debt

23,431,712 11 1
9,291,000 0 0 Terminable Annuities

2,391,422 9 7
Taxes (Land and Assessed)
3,463,000 0 Interest of Exchequer Bonds

67,250 0 0
Property Tax
5,458,000 0 0 Interest of Exchequer Bills

208,122 8 4
Post Office.
4,375,000 0 0 Interest of Deficiency Bills .

597 18 4
Crown Lands (Net)
327,000 0 0

26,099,105 7 4
Civil List

406,618 15 0

Annuities and Pensions

273,447 0 7
Produce of the Sale of Old Stores,

Salaries and Allowances

152,620 19 11
and other Military and Naval

Diplomatic Salaries and Pensions

177,217 7 6
extra Receipts
731,449 14 6
Courts of Justice

679,803 5 4
Amount received from the Reve-

Miscellaneous Charges

173,105 14 8
nues of India on account of the

1,862,813 3 0
effective and non-effective charges

of British Troops serving in that


14,050,540 92

10,626,101 4 2
Ditto ditto arrears

254,324 17 3 New Zealand War

764,829 0 0 Allowance out of Profits of Issue re

Miscellaneous Civil Services

7,896,623 14 7 ceived from the Bank of England,

Salaries, Superannuations, &c., of Cusper Act 24 Vict., c. 3 132,498 10 11 toms and Inland Revenue

2,419,445 11 6 Miscellaneous Receipts, including Im

Ditto ditto Post Office

2,253,444 8 4
prest and other Moneys

472,176 18 8
Post Office Packet Service

881,867 0 0 China War Indemnity

422,712 0 0

Marriage Portion of H.R.H. the Prin-
New Zealand Bonds, per Act 29 & 30

cess Helena

30,000 0 0 Vict. c. 104 500,000 0 0

38,922,851 7 9
3,340,662 1 4

Total Ordinary Expenditure £66,884,769 18 1
Expenses of Fortifications provided for by Money raised per
Acts 27 & 28 Vict. c. 109

550,000 0 0

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Total Expenditure £67,434,769 18 1
Excess of Income over Ordinary Ex-

penditure, in the Year ended 31st
December, 1866

1,900,892 3 3
Deduct,-Expenses of Fortifica-
tions, as above

550,000 0 0

1,350,892 3 3 LOH,7805,662

Total Revenue £68,786,662 1 4


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2.-AN ACCOUNT OF THE BALANCES OF THE PUBLIC MONEY, Remaining in the Exchequer on the 31st day of December, 1865; the amount of Money raised by additions to the Funded or Unfunded Debt, and the amount

applied towards the Redemption of Funded or Paying off Unfunded Debt in the Year ended the 31st day of December, 1866; the total amount of Advances and
Repayments on account of Local Works, &c., in the same period ; and the Balances in the Exchequer on the 31st day of December, 1866.
S. d. £ 8. d.

£ 8. d. £ s. d.
Balances in the Exche-
At the Bank of

Issued to the Commissioners for the Re. quer on the 31st DeEngland *4,736,456 6 1

duction of the National Debt, to be At the Bank of cember, 1865

applied to the Redemption of Debt,
Ireland 1,061,773 0 10

5,798,229 6 11 Sinking Fund, per Act 10 Geo. 4, c. 27. 1,726,496 15 8
Money raised in the Year ended 31st

Interest on Donations and Bequests

7,409 0 0
December, 1866 :-

1,733,905 15 8
By the creation of Terminable Annuities,

Deduct-Amount applied in redemption of per Acts 27 & 28 Vict. c. 109, and 28 &

Deficiency Bills

932,000 0 0 29 Vict. c. 61 (to provide for the Expense

801,905 15 8
of constructing certain Fortifications), to

Exchequer Bills (dated 11th June, 1861), exchanged for
expire on the 5th April, 1885, as follows:

new Bills

2,581,000 0 0
€ Annuity com-
12th Feb., 1866

Exchequer Bills paid off in Money (in-

100,000 0 0

mencing 14th April

cluding £525,200 for Bills paid in as
. 11,100 ( 6 April, 1866,
150,000 0 0

2,154,900 0 0
17th Oct.

Advances for the Purchase of Bullion, and for Local Works,
5th Dec.
) 1866. 150,000 0 0
&c. (including £200,000 for Lancashire Distress)

1,975,508 7 4
600,000 0 0 Advances for New Courts of Justice, &c.

338,000 0 0
Total Annuities

At the Bank of
created £44,871

Balances in the Exche. quer on the 31st De

England +5,263,928 5 3

At the Bank of

cember, 1866.

Ireland 1,098,008 18 0
Exchequer Bonds (Series M.) per Act 28 & 29 Vict. c. 29,

6,361,937 3 3
dated 27th March, 1866 (payable 27th March, 1868) 1,000,000 0 0
Exchequer Bills, dated 11th June, 1866, issued per Act 24

Vict. c. 5 (in exchange for Bills dated 11th June, 1861) 2,581,000 0 0
Ditto ditto ditto (to replace, in part, Bills
dated 11th June, 1861, paid off in Money)

865,500 00
Repayments on account of Advances for the Purchase of
Bullion, and for Local Works, &c.

1,717,629 16 1
Repayments on account of Advances for New Courts of Jus-
tice, &c.

300,000 0 0 Excess of Income over Total Expenditure in the Year ended 31st December, 1866

1,350,892 3 3

»; : 11,256} ditto2.866.ct., { 250,000 :


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* No balance remaining of the Money raised for Fortifications.

£14,213,251 6 3

+ Including £50,000 of the Money raised for Fortifications.

£14,213,251 6 3



Jan. 2. Major-Gen. Sir Henry Knight Storks, G.C.B., G.C.M.G.; Russell Gurney, Esq., Q.C., Recorder of the City of London: and John Blosset Maule, Esq., barrister-at-law, Recorder of Leeds, to be H.M.'s Commissioners for the purpose of inquiring respecting certain disturbances in Jamaica, and the measures taken in the course of their suppression; and Charles Saville Roundell, Esq., Barrister-at-law, to be secretary to the said Commissioners.

5. The Right Hon. Sir Robert Peel to be an Ordinary Member of the Civil Division of the First Class, or Knights Grand Cross of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath.

9. Robert Burnett David Morier, Esq., Secretary to H.M's Legation at Athens, and Louis Mallet, Esq., to be Ordinary Members of the Civil Division of the Third Class, or Companions of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath.

10. The dignity of a Baronet of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland granted to the undermentioned gentlemen, and the respective heirs male of their bodies lawfully begotton, viz.:Edward Manningham-Buller, Esq., of Dilhorn-hall, co. Stafford; Sir Roderick Impey Murchison, K.C.B., of Belgravesquare, Middlesex, Director-General of the Geological Survey of the United Kingdom; William Fergusson, Esq., of Spittlehaugh, co. Pebbles, and of George-street, Hanover-square, one of H.M.'s Surgeons Extraordinary.

19. Lord Augustus William Frederick Spencer Loftus, K.C.B., now H.M.'s Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Pleni. potentiary to the King of Bavaria, to be H.M.'s Ambassador and Plenipotentiary to the King of Prussia.

Sir Henry Francis Howard, K.C.B., now H.M.'s Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the King of Hanover, to be H.M.'s Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the King of Bavaria.

Sir Charles Lennox Wyke, K.C.B., to be H.M.'s Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the King of Hanover.

23. The Duke of Somerset, K.G.; Admiral the Hon. Sir Frederick William Grey, G.C.B. ; 'Rear-Admiral Charles Eden, C.B. ; Rear-Admiral Edward Gennys Fanshawe, C.B.; Rear-Admiral the Hon. James Robert Drummond, C.B.; and Henry Fenwick, Esq., M.P., to be H.M.'s Commissioners for executing the office of Lord High Admiral of the said United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and the dominions, islands, and territories thereunto belonging.

26. The Right Hon. George Joachim Göschen to be Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.

30. Captain his Serene Highness the Prince of Leiningen, R.N., K.C.B., to be a G.C.B. of the Most Hon. Order of the Bath; and his Serene Highness the Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenbourg, to be an Honorary K.C.B.

The dignity of a Baronet of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland unto James Young Simpson, of Strathavon, Linlithgow, M.D., one of H.M.'s Physicians in Scotland, and the heirs male of his body lawfully begotten.

The dignity of a Baronet of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland unto Dominic John Corrigan, of Cappagh and Inniscorrig, co. Dublin, M.D., one of H.M.'s Physicians in ordinary in Ireland, and the heirs male of his body lawfully begotten.

The Right Hon. Lord Napier, K.T:, to be Governor of Madras.

Feb. 3. The Rev. Charles Frederick Johnstone, of Balliol College, Oxford, B.A., to be one of H.M.’s Inspectors of Schools.

5. The Queen has been pleased to appoint Frederick Eden, Esq.; Wallace Houstoun, Esq., Rear-Admiral in H.M.'s Navy; and James Paterson, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, to be the Special Com.

missioners for English Fisheries under the liam; and Alexander Ross, Esq., William Salmon Fishery Act, 1865.

Edwards, Esq., William Roberts, Esq., 16. The Marquis of Hartington sworn and Francis Boyle Pearson, Esq., all of a member of the Privy Council, and the Bengal Civil Service, and Charles appointed Secretary of State for War. Arthur Turner, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, to

Frederick Solly Flood, Esq., appointed be Judges of the said High Court for the Attorney-General of Gibraltar.

North-Western Provinces. 20. The Right Hon. Sir Charles Wood, 9. Colonel the Hon. Augustus Liddell bart., created Viscount Halifax, in the as Treasurer, and the Hon. Eliot Yorke peerage of Great Britain.

and Lieut. Arthur Balfour Haig, R.E., Sir H. B. E. Frere, K.C.B., Sir R. as Equerries to H.R.H. Prince Alfred. Montgomery, K.C.B., and General Sir W. Frederick Dundas, Esq., of Papdale, in R. Mansfield, K.C.B., appointed Knights the shire of Orkney, Lieut. and Sheriff of the Star of India.

Principal of the shires of Orkney and 21. Francis Grant, Esq., President of Zetland, in the room of the Hon. John the Royal Academy, in the room of Sir Charles Dundas, deceased. Charles Lock Eastlake, deceased, the Very 16. Right Hon. William Monsell, to Rev. Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, Dean of be President of the Board of Trade. Westminster, to be Trustees for the for- 20. Arthur Hobhouse, Esq., Q.C., mation of a gallery of the portraits of to be Third Charity Commissioner for persons eminent in British history.

England and Wales. 23. H.R.H. Prince Alfred Ernest 23. The honour of Knighthood conAlbert, to be Captain in H.M.'s fleet. ferred upon Francis Grant, Esq. Presi.

27. H.M. Leopold II., King of the dent of the Royal Academy of Arts. Belgians, appointed a Knight of the 27. The Rev. Benjamin Morgan Garter.

Cowie, B.D., one of Her Majesty's InJohn Smale, Esq., appointed Chief spectors of Schools, to be an Honorary Justice of Hong Kong.

Chaplain in Ordinary to Her Majesty. The dignity of a Knight of the United Helène Eleonore Charlotte Auguste, Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland to Vicountess Walden, to be one of the David Monro, Esq., Speaker of the House Ladies of the Bedchamber in Ordinary to of Representatives in the Colony of New her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales, Zealand.

in the room of Mary Gertrude, Countess The Right Hon. George William Fox, De Grey and Ripon, resigned. Lord Kinnaird, K.T., to be Lieut. and April 6. Major-Gen. Sir Thomas MydSheriff Principal of the shire of Perth, in delton Biddulph, K.C.B., to be Receiverthe room of Thomas Robert, Earl of Kin. Gen. of the Duchy of Cornwall. noull, deceased.

10. Abraham Carlton Cumberbatch, March 3. Lieut.-Gen. the Hon. Charles Esq., late Consul-Gen. at Constantinople, Grey, one of H.M.'s Equerries in Ordinary, to be a C.B. (Civil Division), and Major-Gen. Sir Thomas Myddelton Assistant-Commissary-General James Biddulph, K.C.B., to be Joint Keepers of Bailey to be a C.B. (Military Division). H.M.'s Privy Purse, in the room of Colonel The Duke of Somerset, K.G., Admiral the Hon. Sir Charles Beaumont Phipps, the Hon. Sir F. W. Grey, G.C.B., ViceK.C.B., deceased.

Admiral C. Eden, C.B., Rear-Admiral E. Major Sir John Clayton Cowell, of the G. Fanshawe, C.B., Rear-Admiral the Royal Engineers, K.C.B., to be Master of Hon. J. R. Drummond, C.B., and Lord H.M.'s Household, vice Major-Gen. Sir John Hay, to be Lords of the Admiralty. Thomas Myddelton Biddulph, K.C.B., 17. George Buckley Mathew, Esq., resigned.

C.B., now Her Majesty's Minister PleniRichard Couch, Esq., now a Judge of potentiary to the Republics of South the High Court at Bombay, to be Chief America, to be Her Majesty's Minister Justice of the said Court; Sir Charles Plenipotentiary to the Argentine ReSargent, Knt., to be a Judge of the public. High Court at Bombay; William Markby, May 1. Letters patent under the Great Esq., Barrister-at-Law, to be a Judge of Seal granting the dignity of a Baron of the High Court at Calcutta; and Charles the United Kingdom to the following Collett, Esq., of the Madras Civil Service, noblemen, and the heirs male of their to be a Judge of the High Court at respective bodies lawfully begotten-viz.: Madras.

James, Earl of Caithness, in that part of Walter Morgan, Esq. now a Judge of the said United Kingdom called Scotland, the High Court of Judicature at Fort by the name, style, and title of Baron William, in Bengal, to be Chief Justice of Barrogill, of Barrogill Castle, in the county the High Court for the North-Western of Caithness; Thomas, Baron Clermont, Provinces of the Presidency of Fort Wil. in that part of the said United Kingdom


called Ireland, by the name, style, and Board of Supervision for Relief of the title of Baron Clermont, of Clermont-park, Poor in Scotland, vice Henry Home Drum. in the county of Louth; and William mond, Esq., resigned. Meredyth, Baron Athlumney, in that part The Hon. Mrs. Robert Bruce, to be a of the said United Kingdom called Ire- Bedchamber Woman in Ordinary to Her land, by the name, style, the title of Majesty, vice Lady Charlotte Copley, reBaron Meredyth, of Dollardstown, in the signed. county of Meath.

Lady Charlotte Copley to be an Extra 8. The Hon. Otho Augustus Fitz- Bedchamber Woman to Her Majesty. gerald (commonly called Lord Otho Fitz- June 2. The Right Hon. John, Earl Rus. gerald) to be Treasurer of Her Majesty's sell, K.G., the Right Hon. William Ewart Household, in the room of the Right Hon. Gladstone, John Bonham Carter, Esq., William Coutts Keppel (commonly called William Patrick Adam, Esq., and John Viscount Bury), resigned.

Esmonde, Esq., to be Commissioners for The Right Hon. George Augustus Con- executing the offices of Treasurer of the stantine, Marquis of Normanby, to be one Exchequer of Great Britain and Lord of the Lords-in-Waiting in ordinary to High Treasurer of Ireland. Her Majesty, in the room of George, Lord 11. The Right Hon. Otho AugusRivers, deceased.

tus Fitzgerald (commonly called Lord The Hon. Frederick William Stopford Otho Fitzgerald), the Right Hon. Ed. to be Page of Honour to Her Majesty, mund Hammond, and the Right Hon. vice Henry John Loftus, Esq.

Russell Gurney, were, by H.M.'s comThe Right Hon. Robert Montgomery, mand, sworn of H.M.’s Most Hon. Privy Lord Belhaven, K.T., to be H.M.'s High Council. Commissioner to the General Assembly of The dignity of a Baron of the United the Church of Scotland.

Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland 10. Richard Edmund St. Lawrence, unto Edwin Richard Windham, Earl of Earl of Cork and Orrery, and Clarence Dunraven and Mount Earl, in that part Edward Paget (commonly called Lord of the said United Kingdom called IreClarence Paget) were, by H.M.'s command, land, K.P., and the heirs male of his body sworn of H.M.'s Most Hon. Privy Council. lawfully begotten, by the name, style, and

19. At the Court at Windsor, Her title of Baron Kenry, of Kenry, in the Majesty in Council was this day pleased county of Limerick. to declare her consent to a contract The Hon. Charles Augustus Murray, of matrimony between Her Royal High- C.B., now H.M.'s Envoy Extraordinary ness the Princess Mary Adelaide Wil- and Minister Plenipotentiary to the King helmina Elizabeth of Cambridge and his of Saxony, to be H.M.'s Envoy ExtraordiSerene Highness Francis Paul Charles nary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the Louis Alexander, Prince of Teck; which King of Denmark; and Sir Augustus Berkeconsent Her Majesty has caused to be ley Paget, K.C.B., now H.M.'s Envoy Exsignified under the Great Seal.

traordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary 19. The Hon. John Henry Thomas to the King of Denmark, to be H.M.'s Manners Sutton (now Governor and Envoy Extraordinary and Minister PleniCommander-in-Chief of the Island of potentiary to the King of Portugal. Trinidad and its dependencies) to be Victor de Magnus, Esq., to be H.M.'s Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Consul-General at Berlin. Colony of Victoria.

John Savile Lumley, Esq., now SecreWilliam Cleaver Francis Robinson, Esq. tary to H.M.'s Embassy at St. Peters(now President and Senior Member of the burg, to be H.M.'s Envoy Extraordinary Executive Council of the Island of Mont- and Minister Plenipotentiary to the King serrat), to be Governor and Commander

of Saxony. in-Chief of H.M.'s settlements in the 18. The dignity of a Baronet of the Falkland Island and their dependencies. United Kingdom unto Thomas Watson,

21. Petrus Johannes Denyssen and of Henrietta-street, Cavendish-square, James Coleman Fitzpatrick, Esgs., to in the parish of St. Marylebone, and be Puisne Judges of the Supreme Court county of Middlesex, Doctor of Medicine, of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope ; President of the Royal College of Phyand Simeon Jacobs, Esq. to be Solicitor- sicians, and one of H.M.'s Physicians General for that Colony.

Extraordinary, and the heirs male of his 25. H.R.H. Prince Alfred Ernest body lawfully begotten. Albert, K.G., K.T., to be Earl of Ulster, Viscount Hamilton to be a Lord of the Earl of Kent, and Duke of Edinburgh. Bedchamber to H.R.H. the Prince of

29. Lord Wodehouse to be Earl of Wales, vice the Earl of Mount-Edgcumbe, Kimberley.

appointed an Extra Lord of the BedWilliam Smythe, Esq., to be one of the chamber to his Royal Highness.

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