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Affairs of the East India Company: Appendix A (1) No. 1

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Journal of the House of Lords: Volume 62, 1830. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, [n.d.].

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Appendix A.

A. (1.)

Papers relating to the Financial Accounts of The East India Company, Civil, Political and Commercial, and its Trade and Intercourse with the East generally.

No. 1.-Statement of the Account between the Territorial and Commercial Branches of the Affairs of The East India Company, in each Year, from 1st May 1814 to the latest Period.
(1.) -The Territorial Branch of the Affairs of The East India Company in Account with the Commercial Branch, in respect to Territorial and Political Payments made in England, from 1st May 1814 to 1st May 1829.
1814-15.
1815.
30th April.
To Amount of Territorial Advances
and Charges in England, &c. in the
Year 1814-15:-                                           £
£ 1815.
30th April.
By Net Advances to Commerecial Department at Bengal                                        £
                                                  868,897
£
Officers Pay                                          147,609
Passage of Military, and Supplies to
them on the Voyage                                79,101
Political Freight and Demorage,
exclusive of Amount charged on Exports                                                    51,081
Interest on Loan of 2,500,000£.
from the Public in 1812                          120,513
Redemption of above Loan                    123,531
Political Charges General,
exclusive of Advances recoverable
in India                                                   283,316
Payments at China and the Cape to
Military Officers, His Majesty's Navy,
&c.                                                           15,713
Sundry Expences on account of
St. Helena                                                  5,304
Territorial Stores exported from
England to India                                     405,238
Ditto   Ditto   St. Helena                         65,833
Ditto   Ditto   P. W. Island                     21,704
Ditto   Ditto   Bencoolen                          4,762
Ditto   from China and the Cape of
Good Hope to St. Helena                        33,396
Off-reckoning Funds                              135,692
Carnatic Fund                                        180,930
Advances to Public Institutions, &c.
repayable in India                                    30,392
Bills drawn from St. Helena,
discharged in England                              44,146
Ditto Bencoolen Ditto                              3,740
Ditto India, Effects of deceased
Officers, &c.                                           13,136
Cast Iron Bridge, &c. for the
Nabob of Oude                                        5,744
By  Ditto  Ditto  Madras          253,067
By   Ditto   Ditto   Bombay       66,125
By Amount of Cargoes
shipped from Bencoolen            35,279
1,770,881 1,223,368
To Balance transferred from Account (No. 2.) being the Excess of Payments for Bills drawn for Interest of India Debt beyond the Amount of Remittances to meet those Bills   176,255 By Balance due to the Commercial from the Territorial Branch on 30th April 1815   723,768
£ 1,947,136 £ 1,947,136
1815-16.
1815.
1st May.
To Balance due to the Commercial Branch, under this Head, at the Close of the Season 1814-15 £
723,768
1816.
30th April.
By Net Advances to the       £
Commercial Department
at Bengal                          1,214,245
£
1816.
30th April.
To Amount of Territorial Advances
and Charges in England, &c. in the
Year 1815-16:-                                            £
Officers Pay                                              152,231
Passage of Military, and Supplies
to them on the Voyage                                74,336
Political Freight and Demorage,
exclusive of Amount charged
on Exports                                                139,526
Interest on Loan of 2,500,000£.
from the Public in 1812                            114,221
Redemption of above Loan                      129,767
Payments at China and the Cape
of Good Hope                                              9,034
Sundry Expences on account of
St. Helena                                                   10,547
Territorial Stores exported from
England to India                                       363,496
Ditto Ditto St. Helena                               69,530
Ditto Bencoolen                                             940
Ditto Ditto Bencoolen                                6,184
Ditto from China and the Cape
to India                                                        2,016
Ditto Ditto St. Helena                               27,112
Bullion exported to St. Helena                  20,292
Off-reckoning Funds                                 54,451
Advances to Public Institutions,
&c. repayable in India                               47,166
Bills drawn from St. Helena,
discharged in England                                40,207
Ditto Bencoolen Ditto
Ditto India, Effects of deceased
Officers, &c.                                             14,075
Deduct -         £                                 1,675,804
Territorial Stores from England
to Prince of Wales Island,
Amount recovered for
short Deliveries of Exports of
former Seasons                                              243
By Ditto Ditto Madras          405,560
By Ditto Ditto Bombay         247,112
By Amount of Cargoes
shipped from Bencoolen          55,330
By Net Advances to the
Commercial Department
at St. Helena                               2,778
By Ditto Ditto P. W. Island       1,910
1,675,561 1,926,935
To Balance transferred from Account (No. 2.) being the Excess of Payments for Bills drawn for Interest of India Debt beyond the Amount of Remittances realized to meet those Bills 291,757 By Balance due to the Commercial Branch on 30th April 1816 764,151
£ 2691086 £ 2691086

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1816-17.
1816.
1st May
To Balance due to the Commercial Branch, under this Head, at the Close of the Season 1815-16     £
764,151
1817.
30th April.
By Balance transferred from Account (No. 2.) being the Excess of Territorial Remittances in 1816-17 above the amount of Payments for Bills drawn for interest of India Debt     £
234,035
1817.
30th April.
To Amount of Territorial
Advances and Charges in
England, &c. in the
Year 1815-16:-                     £
Officers Pay                      159,509
Passage of Military, and
Supplies to them on the Voyage                               51,474
Political Freight and
Demorage, exclusive
of Amount charged on
Exports                               69,792
Interest on Loan of
2,500,000l. from the
Public in 1812                    107,708
Redemption of above
Loan                                   136,214
Political Charges General,
exclusive of Advances
recoverable in India             279,399
Payments at China and
the Cape to Military
Officers,His Majesty's
Navy, &c.                             20,728
Sundry Expences on
account of St. Helena             3,568
Ditto P. W. Island                  1,060
Territorial Stores exported
from England to India         497,203
Ditto   Ditto   St. Helena      78,212
Ditto   Ditto   P. W. Island    7,315
Ditto   Ditto   Bencoolen       3,630
Ditto   from the Cape to
St. Helena                            34,545
Bullion exported to
St. Helena                            15,333
Off-reckoning Funds           48,738
Carnatic Fund                    182,193
Advances to Public
Institutions, &c.
repayable in India                14,258
Bills drawn from St. Helena,
discharged in England          50,243
Ditto   Bencoolen   Ditto         619
Ditto   India, Effects of
deceased Officers, &c.          4,260
Cast Iron Bridge for the
Nabob of Oude                   19,155
Deduct -     £               1,785,156
Receipts on account of
the Settlement of
Bencoolen more than
the Payments                       777
                                            £
By Net Advances to the
Commercial Department
Bengal                             822,557
By   Ditto   Ditto  
Madras                            439,438
By   Ditto   Ditto  
Bombay                           304,570
By Amount of Cargoes
shipped from Bencoolen   15,980
By Net Advances to the
rcial Department, St. Helena    19
By   Ditto   Ditto   P. W.
Island                                      195
1,784,379 1,582,759
                          £ 1,816,794
By Balance due to the Commercial Branch on 30th April 1817        731,736
£ 2,548,530 £ 2,548,530
No.1.-Account between the Territorial and Commercial Branches of The East India Company, from 1st May 1814 to the latest Period-continued.
(1.)-The Territorial Branch in Account with the Commercial Branch, in respect to Territorial and Political Payments made in England - continued.
1817-18.
1817.
1st May.
To Balance due to the Commercial Branch, under this Head, at the Close of the Season 1816-17 £
731,736
1817
30th April.
                                 £
By Net
Advances to the
Commercial
Department,
Bengal                 1,102,139
£
1818.
30th April.
To Amount of Territorial Advances
and charges in England, &c. in the
Year 1817-18:-                                     £
Officers Pay                                      158,711
Passage of Military, and
Supplies to them on the Voyage         33,179
Political Freight and Demorage,
exclusive of Amount charged
on Exports                                        222,960
Interest on Loan o 2,500,000l.
from the Public in 1812                    101,868
Redemption of above Loan               141,991
Political Charges General, exclusive
of Advances recoverable in India      237,715
Payments at China and the Cape to
Military Officers, His Majesty's
Navy,&c.                                           16,803
Sundry Expences on account of
St. Helena                                            5,007
Territorial Stores exported from
England to India                              275,039
Ditto Ditto St. Helena                      46,498
Ditto Ditto P. W. Island                    1,914
Ditto Ditto Bencoolen                       1,346
Ditto from China and the Cape
to India                                              1,186
Ditto Ditto St. Helena                      29,261
Off-reckoning Funds                         54,625
Carnatic Fund                                    87,617
Advances to Public Institutions, &c.
repayable in India                             39,346
Remittances from China to India    480,000
Bills drawn from St. Helena,
discharged in England                      110,327
Ditto Bencoolen Ditto                           759
Ditto India, Effects of deceased
Officers, &c.                                      26,896
By Ditto Ditto Madras                  483,386
By Ditto Ditto Bombay                 272,943
By Amount of
Cargoes shipped
from Bencoolen        21,011
By Net Advances to
Commercial
Department, St. Helena 115
By Ditto Ditto P. W. Island                         4,280
2,073,048 1,883,874
To Balance transferred from Account (No. 2.) being the Excess of Payments for Bills drawn for Interest of India Debt beyond the Amount of Remittances realized to meet those Bills 399,079 By Balance due to the Commercial Branch on 30th April 1818 1,319,989
£ 3,203,863 £ 3,203,863

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1818-19.
1818.
1st May.
To Balance due to the Commercial Branch, under this Head, at the Close of the Season 1817-18 £
1,319,989
1819.
30th April.
                                                        £
By Net
Advances to the
Commercial Department, Bengal    591,017
£
1819.
30th April.
To Amount of Territorial
Advances and Charges
in England, &c. in the
Year 1818-19: -                   £
Officers Pay                      170,109
Passage of Military, and
Supplies to them on the
Voyage                                63,416
Political Freight and
Demorage, exclusive of
Amount charged on
Exports                              159656
Interest on Loan of
2,500,000l. from the
Public in 1812                    96,384
Redemption of above
Loan                                 147,418
Political Charges General,
exclusive of Advances
recoverable in India          273,324
Payments at China and the
Cape to Military Officers,
His Majesty's Navy, &c.   14,489
Sundry Expences on account
of St. Helena                         7,783
Ditto   P. W. Island                 500
Territorial Stores exported
from England to India       312,181
Ditto   Ditto   St. Helena  166,837
Ditto   Ditto   P. W. Island     825
Ditto   Ditto   Bencoolen     1,036
Ditto   from China and the
Cape to India                        1,230
Ditto   Ditto   St. Helena    40,886
Off-reckoning Funds          61,545
Carnatic Fund                  126,487
Advances to Public
Institutions, &c. repayable
in India                              43,617
Remittances from China
to India                              96,000
Bills drawn-from St. Helena,
discharged in England       140,770
Ditto P. W. Island Ditto         146
Ditto Bencoolen Ditto          3,084
Ditto India, Effects of
deceased Officers, &c.         15,045
Cast Iron Bridge, &c. for
the Nabob of Oude                   95
By   Ditto   Ditto   Madras          411,478
By   Ditt   Ditto   Bombay           213,071
By   Ditto   Ditto   P.W.Island        1,034
By   Ditto   Ditto   St. Helena             227
£                                                1,216,827
Deduct -
Canton Invoice Value of
Woollens sent from P. W.
Island for Sale on account
of the Government of that
Island, the Commercial Branch
having been charged with this Amount                                          3,435
1,942,863 1.213,392
To Balance transferred from Account (No. 2.) being the Excess of Payments for Bills drawn for Interest of India Debt beyond the Amount of Remittances realized to meet those Bills 162,623 By Balance due to the .Commercial Branch, 30th April 1819 2,212,083
£ 3,425,475 £ 3,425,475
No.1.-Account between the Territorial and Commercial Branches of The East India Company, from 1st May 1814 to the latest Period- continued.
(1.)-The Territorial Branch in Account with the Commercial Branch, in respect to Territorial and Political Payments made in England - continued.
1819-20.
1819
1st May.
To Balance due to the Commercial Branch, under this Head, at the Close of the Season 1818-19 £
2,212,083
1820.
30th April.
By Net Advances to Commercial Department, Bengal                                                          £
                                                              1,555,650
£
1820.
30th April.
To Amount of Territorial
Advances and Charges in
England, &c. in the Year
1819-20:-                              £
Officers Pay                      177,477
Passage of Military, and
Supplies to them on the
Voyage                               42,120
Political Freight and
Demorage, exclusive
of Amount charged on
Exports                             111,872
Interest on Loan of
2,500,000£ from the Public
in 1812                               90,183
Redemption of above
Loan                                153,562
Political Charges General,
exclusive of Advances
recoverable in India          285,056
Payments at China and
the Cape to Military
Officers, His Majesty's
Navy, &c.                          10,805
Sundry Expences on
account of St. Helena         10,087
Ditto   P. W. Island              1,173
Territorial Stores exported
from England to India       371,412
Ditto   Ditto   St. Helena    94,242
Ditto   Ditto   P. W. Island   1,545
Ditto   from China and the
Cape to St. Helena               44,312
Bullion exported to
St. Helena                             52,088
Off-reckoning Funds            84,264
Carnatic Fund                       85,448
Advances to Public
Institutions, &c. repayable
in India                                35,000
Bills drawn from St.
Helena, discharged in
England                             135,537
Ditto   P. W. Island                   77
Ditto   Bencoolen                 2,500
Bills drawn from India,
Effects of deceased Officers, &c.                                     10,521
Deduct - £                  1,799,281
Territorial Stores from
England to Bencoolen;
Amount recovered for
short Deliveries of Exports
of former Seasons                      77
By   Ditto   Ditto   Madras    256,643
By   Ditto   Ditto   Bombay     18,897
By Amount of Cargoes
shipped from Bencoolen          10,976
By Net Advances to
Commercial Department,
P. W. Island                                  600
By   Ditto   Ditto   St. Helena    1,212
1,799,204 1,843,978
To Balance transferred from Account (No.2.) being the Excess of Payments for Bills drawn for Interest of India Debt beyond the Amount of Remittances realized to meet those Bills 72,659 By Balance due to the Commercial Branch on 30th April 1820 2,239,968
£ 4,083,946 £ 4,083,946

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1820-21.
1820.
1st May.
To Balance due to the Commercial Branch, under this Head, at the Close of Season 1819-20 £
2,229,968
1821.
30th April.
By Net Advances to Commercial Department, Bengal    £
                          1,524,665
£
1821.
30th April.
To Amount of Territorial Advances
and Charges in England, &c. in the
Year 1820-21:                                        £
Officers Pay                                      179,636
Passage of Military, and
Supplies to them on the Voyage         40,332
Political Freight and Demorage,
exclusive of Amount charged
on Exports                                        71,099
Interest on Loan of 2,500,000l.
from the Public in 1812                      83,343
Redemption of above Loan               160,336
Political Charges General,
exclusive of Advances
recoverable in India                          279,408
Payments at China and the Cape
to Military Officers, His Majesty's
Navy, &c.                                           2,512
Sundry Expences on account of
St. Helena                                             9151
Ditto   P. W. Island                               370
Ditto   Bencoolen                                   47
Territorial Stores exported from
England to India                              364,714
Ditto   Ditto   St. Helena                   46,026
Ditto   Ditto   Bencoolen                       391
Ditto   from China and the Cape
to St. Helena                                    34,132
Off-reckoning Funds                         58,688
Carnatic Fund                                 107,802
Advances to Public Institutions,
&c. repayable in India                      78,353
Bills drawn from St. Helena,
discharged in England                     134,914
Ditto   P. W. Island   Ditto                      52
Ditto   Bencoolen   Ditto                    2,098
Ditto   India, Effects of
deceased Officers, &c.                      16,013
Cast Iron Bridge for the
Nabob of Oude                                      145
By   Ditto   Ditto   Madras                                307,032
By   Ditto   Ditto   Bombay                               139,067
By   Ditto   Ditto   Bencoolen                             27,488
By   Ditto   Ditto   P.W.Island 2,218
By   Ditto   Ditto   St. Helena       28
By   Ditto   Ditto  , on account
of Cinnamon                            21,516
1,669,562 2,022,014
To Balance transferred from Account (No.2.) being the Excess of Payments for Bills drawn for Interest of India Debt beyond the Amount of Remittances realized to meet those Bills 416,805 (This Amount, as adjusted in the Company's General Books in England, is 1,955,662l.-Vide 1823-24.)
By Balance due to the Commercial Branch on 30th April 1821 2,304,321
£ 4,326,335 £ 4,326,335
No. 1-Account between the Territorial and Commercial Branches of The East India Company, from 1st May 1814 to the latest Period - continued.
(1.)-The Territorial Branch in Account with the Commercial Branch, in respect to Territorial and Political Payments made in England - continued.
1821-22.
1821.
1st May.
To Balance due to the Commercial Branch, under this Head, at the Close of Season 1820-21 £
2,304,321
1822.
30th April.
By Balance transferred from Account (No. 2.) being the Excess of Territorial Remittances in 1821-22 above Amount of Payments for Bills drawn for Interest of India Debt £
196,725
1822.
30th April.
To Amount of
Territorial Advances
and Charges in
England, &c. in the
Year 1821-22:-       £
Officers Pay       183,974
Passage of
Military, and
Supplies to them
on the Voyage     63,448
Political Freight
and Demorage,
exclusive of
Amount charged
on Exports         117,015
Interest on Loan
of 2,500,000l.
from the Public
in 1812               76,593
Redemption of
above Loan      167,018
Political Charges
General, exclusive
of Advances
recoverable in
India                298,503
Payments at
China and the
Cape to Military
Officers, His
Majesty's Navy,
&c.                      2,899
Sundry Expences
on account of St. Helena             10,697
Ditto   P. W.
Island                1,728
Ditto   Bencoolen  36
Territorial Stores
exported from
England to
India              321,371
Ditto   Ditto   
St. Helena       19,496
Ditto   Ditto  
P. W. Island     6,076
Ditto   Ditto
Bencoolen       1,284
Ditto  
from China
and the Cape
to India          1,322
Ditto   Ditto   
St. Helena    13,757
Off-reckoning
Funds           73,834
Carnatic
Fund            85,124
Advances to
Public
Institutions,
&c. repayable
in India         72,567
Bills drawn
from St.
Helena,
discharged in
England       117,125
Ditto   P. W.
Island   Ditto         6
Ditto   India,
Effects of
deceased
Officers, &c.  12,832
                £
By Net Advances to the Commercial
Department, Bengal                                    1,488,609
By   Ditto   Ditto   Madras                             253,983
                        £                                           1,742,592
Deduct -                                            
Excess of. Supplies from
the Commercial to the
Territoral Branch at Bombay                            95,745
1,646,705 1,646,847
(This Amount, as adjusted in the Company's General Books in England, is 1,680,0421.l.-Vide 1823-24.)
By Amount of Unclaimed Prize Money received in England, applicable to Lord Clive's Fund 51,121
£ 1,894,693
By Balance due to the Commercial Branch on 30th April 1822 2,056,333
£ 3,951,026 £ 3,951,026
1822-23.
1822.
1st May.
To Balance due to the Commercial Branch, under this Head at the Close of Season 1821-22 £
2,056,333
1823.
30th April.
By Balance transferred from Account (No. 2.) being the Excess of Territorial Remittances in 1822-23 above Amount of Payments for Bills drawn for Interest of India Debt £
374,389
1823.
30th April
To Amount of
Territorial,
Advances and
Charges in England,
&c. in the Year
1822-23:-                        £
Officers Pay                195,698
Passage of Military,
and Supplies to them
on the Voyage             102,092
Political Freight and
Demorage, exclusive
of Amount charged
on Exports                    69,077
Redemption of Loan
of 2,50,000l from the
Public in 1812              557,335
Political Charges
General, exclusive
of Advances
recoverable in India     323,724
Payments at China
and the Cape to
Military Officers,
His Majesty's Navy,
&c.                                 1,641
Sundry Expences on
account of St. Helena   10,393
Ditto   P. W. Island          314
Territorial Stores
exported from
England to India          365,826
Ditto   Ditto   
St. Helena                    45,097
Ditto   Ditto  
Bencoolen                      1,586
Ditto   Ditto   P. W.
Island                             4,120
Ditto   from China
and the Cape to St.
Helena                          15,639
Off-reckoning Funds    65,374
Carnatic Fund              96,014
Advances to Public
Institutions, &c.,
repayable in India         67,941
Bills drawn from St.
Helena, discharged in
England                         76,682
Ditto   Bencoolen   
Ditto                               1,557
Ditto   India, Effects
of deceased Officers,
&c.                               11,293
Demands of Pay Office
General on account of
King's Troops serving in
India.                            100,000
                                                                                         £
By Net Advances to the Commercial Department, Bengal                                                                       1,745,206
By   Ditto   Ditto   Madras                                                                        161,373
By   Ditto   Ditto   Bombay                                                                       314,400
2,111,402 2,220,979
(This Amount, as adjusted in the Company's General Books in England, is 2,258,463l, - Vide 1823-24.)
By Amount of Unclaimed Prize Money received in England, applicable to Lord Clive's Fund 3,404
2,598,772
By Balance due to the Commercial Branch on 30th April 1823 1,568,963
£ 4,167,735 £ 4,167,735
No.1. - Account between the Territorial and Commercial Branches of The East India Company, from 1st May 1814 to the latest Period - continued.
(1.)-The Territorial Branch in Account with the Commercial Branch, in respect to Territorial and Political Payments made in England- continued.
1823-24.
1823.
1st May.
To Balance due to the Commercial Branch, under this Head, at the Close of Season 1822-23 £
1,568,963
1824.
30th April.
By Net Advances to the Commercial Branch, made up from the General Books in England:-£ £
Deduct- Difference in the Amount of Net Advances to the Commercial Branch in India, for the following Years, included in this Account, as made up from the Account of Receipts and Payments in India, and as made up from the Company's General Books in England, vizt:
From Receipts and Payments:-        
1820-21     2,022,014    
1821-22     1,646,847     
1822-23     2,220,979     
                                5,889,840
From the Company's General Books:-    
1820-21  £ 1,955,662   
1821-22     1,680,042    
1822-23     2,258,463    
                                 5,894,167
                            £
At Bengal    1,957,929
Madras          147,045
Bombay         108,790
Bencoolen       43,173
St. Helena           951
4,327 2,257,888
1824.
30th April.
To Amount of Territorial Advances and Charges in England, &c. in the Year 1823-24:- 1,564,636 By Amount of Unclaimed Prize Money received in England applicable to Lord dive's Fund 2,423
2,260,311
Officers Pay    199,431
Passage of
Military, and
Supplies to
them on the
Voyage            41,539
Political Freight
and Demorage,
exclusive of
Amount
charged upon
Exports            95,763
Political Charges
General, exclusive
of Advances
recoverable in
India              298,972
Payments at
China and the
Cape to Military
Officers, His
Majesty's Navy,
&c.                  2,228
Sundry Expences
on account of St.
Helena             2,988
Ditto   P. W.
Island                 206
Retiring Pay,
Pensions, &c.
to King's
Troops         120,002
Territorial
Stores
exported from
England to
India           395,276
Ditto    Ditto     
St. Helena    37,170
Ditto   Ditto  
Bencoolen     8,218
Ditto   from
China and the
Cape to St.
Helena         13,430
Off-reckoning
Funds         133,383
Carnatic
Fund           99,173
Advances to
Public
Institutions, &c.
repayable in
India          93,032
Bills drawn
from St. Helena,
discharged
in England   43,564
Ditto   India,
Effects of
deceased
Officers,
&c.           44,932
1,629,307
To Balance transferred from Account (No. 2.) being the Excess of Payments for Bills drawn for Principal and Interest of India Debt beyond the Amount of Remittances realized to meet those Bills 2,204,514 By Balance due to the Commercial Branch, 30th April 1824 3,138,146
£ 5,398,457 £ 5,398,457

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1824-25.
1824.
1st May
To Balance due to the Commercial Branch, under this Head, at the Close of Season 1823-24 £
3,138,146
1825.
30th April.
By Balance transferred from Account (No. 2.) being the Excess of Territorial Remittances in 1824-25 beyond the Amount of Payments for Bills drawn on account (of Principal and Interest of India Debt, &c. £
170,122
1825.
30th April.
To Amount of
Territorial
Advances and
Charges in England,
&c. in the Year
1824-25:-                         £
Officers Pay                  220,940
Passage of Military,
and Supplies to them
on the Voyage               63,383
Political Freight and
Demorage, exclusive
of Amount charged on
Exports                        132,499
Political Charges
General, exclusive
of Advances
recoverable in India     319,026
Payments at China
and the Cape to
Military
Officers, His Majesty's
Navy, &c.                      1,905
Sundry Expences
on account of St.
Helena                          5,190
Ditto   P. W. Island        262
Retiring Pay, Pensions,
&c. to King's Troops  60,000
Demands of Pay
Office General in
respect of King's
Troops serving in
India                          347,887
Tanjore Debts,
Charges of
Commission                   1,191
Territorial Stores
exported from
England to India          414,181
Ditto   Ditto  
St. Helena                    55,910
Ditto   Ditto   P. W.
Island                            3,754
Ditto from China and
the Cape to St. Helena    8,153
Ditto   Ditto   Bengal       1,246
Off-reckoning Funds     70,814
Carnatic Fund                87,948
Advances to Public
Institutions, &c.
repayable in India          88,506
Bills drawn from St.
Helena, discharged
in England                     44,443
Ditto   Bencoolen   
                                       1,200
Ditto India, Effects of
deceased Officers, &c.  21,870
By Net Advances to the Commercial Branch, made up from the General Books in England, in 1824-25:-
                           £
At Bengal    2,247,704
Madras          222,767
Bombay         144,265
St. Helena            781
Bencoolen        59,313
1,950,308 2,674,830
By Amount of Unclaimed Prize Money received in England, applicable to Lord dive's Fund 2,746
2,847,698
By Balance due to the Commercial Branch, 30th April 1825 2,240,756
£ 5,088,454 £ 5,088,454;
No. 1.- Account between the Territorial and Commercial Branches of The East India Company, from 1st May 1814 to the latest Period - continued.
(1.)-The Territorial Branch in Account with the Commercial Branch, in respect to Territorial and Political Payments made in England - continued.
1825-26.
1825.
1st May.
To Balance due to the Commercial Branch, under this Head, at the Close of Season 1824-25 £
2,240,756
1826. 30th April. By Net Advances to the Commercial Branch in up from Account of Actual Receipts and Payments in India: - £
1826.
30th April.
To Amount of Territorial
Advances and Charges in
England, &c. in the Year
1825-26:-                                       £
Officers Pay                                241,555
Passage of Military, and
Supplies to them on Voyage          123,100
Political Freight and
Demorage, exclusive of
Amount charged on Exports           75,022
Political Charges General,
exclusive of Advances
recoverable in India                      334,511
Payments at China and
the Cape to Military Officers,
His Majesty's Navy, &c.                 3,075
Sundry Expences on account
of St. Helena                                   6,351
Ditto   Ditto   P.W. Island,
Singapore, and Malacca                      247
Retiring Pay, Pensions, &c.
to King's Troops                             60,000
Demands of Pay Office
General in respect of
King's Troops serving in India        120,000
Tanjore Debts, Charges
of Commission                                  1,194
Civil Establishments of India,
Absentee Allowance                            245
Territorial Stores exported
from England to India                      740,728
Ditto   Ditto   St. Helena                   53,136
Ditto   Ditto   P.W.Island,
Singapore and Malacca                       9,329
Ditto   China and the
Cape to St. Helena                            12,799
ff-reckoning Funds                          114,279
Carnatic Fund                                   91,126
Advances to Public Institutions,
&c. repayable in India                     118,664
Bills drawn from St. Helena,
discharged in England                        36,344
Ditto   India, Effects of deceased
Officers, &c.                                    50,529
                      £
At Bengal    2,067,190
Madras          107,525
Bombay           72,956
2,192,234 2,247,671
To Claims allowed out of Prize Money, applicable to Lord Clive's Fund 599 (This Amount, as adjusted in the Company's General Books in England, is 2,255,561l. - Vide 1827-28.)
To Claims of His Majesty's Government for Cinnamon, delivered subsequently to the 30th April 1822, the Territorial Branch having received Credit prior to that Date for the whole Quantity of Cinnamon supplied under the Contract 29,054 By Balance due to the Commercial Branch, 30th April 1826 3,245,864
To Balance transferred from the Account (No.2.) being the Excess of Payments for Bills drawn for Principal and Interest of India Debt, &c. beyond the Amount of Remittances realized to meet those Bills 1,030,892
£ 5,493,535 £ 5,493,535

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1826-27.
1826.
1st May.
To Balance due to the Commercial Branch, under this Head, at the Close of Season 1825-26 £
3,245,864
1827
30th April.
By Net Advances to the Commercial Branch in India, made up from the Regular Estimate in India, for 1826-27:- £
1827
30th April.
To Amount of Territorial
Charges and Advances in
England, &c. in the Year
1826-27:-                                                  £
Officers Pay                                           252,940
Passage of Military, and
Supplies to them on the Voyage            106,474
Political Freight and Demorage,
exclusive of Amount charged on Exports 93,239
Political Charges General, exclusive
of Advances recoverable in India             336,263
Payments at China and the Cape
to Military Officers, His Majesty's
Navy, &c.                                                    3,702
Sundry Expences on account of
St. Helena                                                     4,939
Ditto Ditto P.W. Island, Singapore
and Malacca                                                  1,559
Retiring Pay, Pensions, &c. to
King's Troops                                              60,000
Demands of the Pay Office General
in respect of King's Troops serving in
India                                                            234,470
Tanjore Debts, Charges of Commission         1,561
Civil Establishments of India, Absentee
Allowance, and Bengal Annuity Fund          13,739
Territorial Stores exported from
England to India                                        1,111,792
Ditto Ditto St. Helena                                   46,835
Ditto Ditto P. W. Island, Singapore
and Malacca                                                    9,500
Ditto from China and the Cape to
India                                                                2,833
Ditto Ditto St. Helena                                   10,166
Off-reckoning Funds                                    168,169
Carnatic Fund    106,059
Advances to Public Institutions, &c.
repayable in India                                         122,561
Bills drawn from St. Helena,
discharged in England                                     36,891
Ditto India, Effects of deceased Officers,
&c.                                                                 77,494
Expence of Naval Force employed in India    44,749
                              £
At Bengal       2,262,000
Madras             321,600
Bombay            186,885
2,845,935 2,770,485
To Balance transferred from the Account (No. 2.) being the Excess of Payments for Bills of Exchange drawn for Principal and Interest of India Debt, &c. beyond the Amount of Remittances realized to meet those Bills 411,247 (This Amount, as adjusted in the Company's General Books in England, is 2,578,4851l.-Vide 1827-28.)
By Amount of Unclaimed Prize Money received in England, applicable to Lord Clive's Fund 3,352
2,773,837
By Balance due to the Commercial Branch, 30th April 1827 3,729,209
£ 6,503,046 £ 6,503,046

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No. 1.-Account between the Territorial and Commercial Branches of The East India Company, from 1st May 1814 to the latest Period - continued.
(1.)-The Territorial Branch in Account with the Commercial Branch, in respect to Territorial and Political Payments made in England-continued.
1827-28.
£
To Estimated Balance due to the Commercial Branch, under this Head, on 30th April 1827 3,729,209
Add -
The Balance of the following Adjustments, as ascertained from the Settlement of the Company's General Books in England, to 30th April 1827:-
Difference between the Amount of the Net Advances in India to the Commercial Branch included in this Account, as made up from the Indian Statements, and as made up from the Company's General Books; vizt.
                                                                                        £
1825-26 (from Actual Receipts and Payments, India)    2,247,671
1826-27 (from Regular Estimate, ditto, ditto)                 2,770,485
                                                                             £          5,018,156
1825-26 (from the Company's General Books) 2,255,561
1826-27 General Books)                                    2,578,485
                                                                                        4,834,046
Difference, increasing the Balance due to the Commercial Branch                                                                                 184,110
Deduct-
Amount of sundry Adjustments, to 30th April 1827, in the Territorial Charges paid in England operating in reduction of the Balance due to the Commercial Branch                                                      39,640
144,470
To Balance, as above, on 30th April 1827 3,873,679
1828.
30th April.
To Amount of Territorial Charges and
Advances in England, &c. in 1827-28:-    £
1828.
30th April.
By Net Amount of Advances to the Commercial Branch in India, made up from the Regular Estimate of Receipts and Payments in India, in 1827-28:-
Officers Pay                                       279,564
Passage of Military, and Supplies
to them on the Voyage                          68,761
Political Freight and Demorage,
exclusive of Amount charged
on Exports                                          134,435
Political Charges General, exclusive
of Advances recoverable in India         335,174
Payments at China and the Cape to
Military Officers, His Majesty's Navy,
&c.                                                              619
Sundry Expences on account of
St. Helena                                               12,614
Ditto P. W. Island, Singapore
and Malacca                                              1,268
Retiring Pay, Pensions, &c. to
King's Troops                                         60,000
Demands of the Pay Office General
in respect to ditto                                 211,452
Tanjore Debts, Charges of the
Commission                                              1,673
Civil Establishments of India,
Absentee Allowance, and
Passage Money                                        29,876
Ditto Ditto Annuity Funds                       7,866
Territorial Stores exported from
England to India                                     805,016
Ditto Ditto St. Helena                            44,372
Ditto Ditto P. W. Island, &c.                   3,064
Ditto China and the Cape to India            1,387
Ditto Ditto St. Helena                            10,133
Off-reckoning Funds                            120,308
Carnatic Fund                                      118,440
Advances to Public Institutions,
&c. repayable in India                         130,800
Bills drawn from St. Helena,
discharged in England                            49,382
Ditto P. W. Island Ditto                              40
Ditto India, Effects of deceased
Officers, &c.                                           49,008
                   £
Bengal    2,563,600
Madras      328,571
Bombay    232,729
2,475,252 £
3,124,900
To Claims allowed out of Prize Money, applicable to Lord Clive's Fund 125 By Estimated Balance due to the Commercial Branch, End of Season 1827-28 3,651,553
To Balance transferred from Account (No. 2.) being the Excess of Payments for Bills of Exchange drawn for Principal and Interest of India Debt, &c. beyond the Amount realized to meet those Bills 427,397
£ 6,776,453 £ 6,776,453

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No. 1.-Account between the Territorial and Commercial Branches of The East India Company, from 1st May 1814 to the latest Period - continued.
(1.) - The Territorial Branch in Account with the Commercial Branch, in respect to Territorial and Political Payments made in England - continued.
1828-29.
1828.
1st May.
To Estimated Balance due to the Commercial Branch, under this Head, End of Season 1827-28 £
3,651,553
1829.
30th April.
By Amount of Unclaimed Prize Money received in England, applicable to Lord dive's Fund £
1,968
1829.
30th April.
To Amount of Territorial
Charges and Advances in
England, in 1828-29:-               £
By Balance transferred from Account (No. 2.) being the Excess of Territorial Remittances in 1828-29 beyond the Amount of Payments for Bills drawn on account of Principal and Interest of India Debt, &c. 55,959
Officers Pay                           301,356
Passage of Military,
and Supplies to them
on the Voyage                         72,730
Political Freight and
Demorage, exclusive of
Amount charged on Exports  106,663
Political Charges General,
exclusive of Advances
recoverable in India              366,532
Sundry Expences on
account of St. Helena               5,285
Ditto Ditto P. W. Island,
&c.                                           1,202
Retiring Pay, Pensions, &c.
to King's Troops                    60,000
Demands of the Pay
Office General in respect to
ditto                                      354,801
Tanjore Debts, Charges
of the Commission                    1,705
Civil Establishments of India,
Absentee Allowance and
Passage Money                       36,369
Amount paid under the
Arrangement entered into
with the Government of
Persia                                     124,444
Civil Establishments of India,
Annuity Funds                        14,555
Territorial Stores exported
from England to India            449,754
Ditto Ditto St. Helena             49,986
Ditto Ditto P. W. Island, &c.    3,834
Off-reckoning Funds                86,716
Carnatic Fund                           94,583
Advances to Public Institutions,
&c. repayable in India            139,300
Bills from St. Helena,
discharged in England               45,255
Ditto from India, Effects of
deceased Officers, &c.              60,109
By Net Amount of Advances to the Commercial Branch in India, made up from the Sketch Estimate of Receipts and Payments in India, in 1828-29:-
                      £
Bengal    2,285,200
Madras     317,143
Bombay    181,699
2,375,179 2,784,042
£ 2,841,969
By Estimated Balance, due to the Commercial Branch, under this Head, on the 30th April 1829 3,184,763
Mem.-The Estimated Balance due to the Commercial Branch, as above, on 30th April 1829, amounting to 3,184,763l. is exclusive of Interest, which, if calculated at the Rate of the Company's Home Bond Debt, would amount to 1,531,218l.; making the Total Balance on the 30th April 1829, including Interest, amount to 4,715,98l.
£ 6,026,732 £ 6,026,732

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East India House, 2d June 1830.

Errors excepted.)

Tho. G. Lloyd, Acct Genl.

(2.) - The Territorial Branch of the Affairs of The East India Company in Account with the Commercial Branch, in respect to Bills of Exchange drawn from India on account of Interest of India Debt, &c. in each Year, from 1st May 1814 to 1st May 1829.
1814-15.
1815.
30th April.
To Amount of Payments actually made on account of Bills of Exchange drawn for Interest on Indian Debt, 1814-15 £
834,022
1815.
30th April.
By Amount of Remittances, realized in 1814-15 to meet the Payments made per Contra:- £
Received for Bills drawn in the Company's Favour for Supplies furnished from Territorial Funds in India                                                       £
                                                                       142,756
Ditto for Bills drawn by the Court on India      7,891
Ditto of Government, on further Account of
the Company's Claims on the Public              103,223
Sum passed to the Credit of Government in
their Account with the Company,vizt:      
Net Produce of Spices sold in
the Year                                                            154,521
Net Produce of Bullion received per
Stirling Castle from Fort St. George                324,015
                                                                    £   732,406
Deduct -        
Disbursements in England and China on
account of the Public, included in the
Company's Claims upon Government
in the Territorial Department                            74,639
657,767
By Balance, being the Excess of Bills of Exchange, on account of Interest on Indian Debt discharged in England in the Year, beyond the Amount of Remittances realized to meet the Payment of those Bills; transferred to the Debit of the Account with Territorial Branch (No. 1.) 176,255
£ 834,022 £ 834,022
No.1.- Account between the Territorial and Commercial Branches of The East India Company, from 1st May 1814 to the latest Period - continued.
(2.)- The Territorial Branch in Account with the Commercial Branch, in respect to Bills of Exchange drawn on account of Interest of India Debt, &c. - continued.
1815-16.
1816.
30th April.
To Amount of Payments actually made on account of Bills of Exchange for Interest on Indian Debt, 1815-16 £
412,039
1816.
30th April.
By Amount of Remittances realized in 1815-16 to meet the Payments made per Contra: - £
Received for Bills drawn in the Company's
Favour for Supplies furnished from Territorial
Funds in India                                                     £
                                                                      154,673
Ditto for Bills drawn by the Court on India        520
Sum passed to the Credit of Government in
their Account with the Company -
Produce of Spices sold in the Year                118,030
                                                                   £  273,223
Deduct -        
Disbursements in England and China on
account of the Public, included in the
Company's Claims upon Government in
the Territorial Department                            152,941
120,282
By Balance, being the Excess of Bills of Exchange, on account of Interest on Indian Debt discharged in the Year, beyond the Amount of Remittances realized to meet the Payment of those Bills; transfer Debit of the Account with the Territorial Branch (No.1.) 291,757
£ 412,039 £ 412,039
1816-17.
1817.
30th April.
To Amount of Payments actually made on account of Bills of Exchange for Interest on Indian Debt, 1816-17 £
270,031
1817.
30th April.
By Amount of Remittances realized in 1816-17 to meet the Payments made per Contra:- £
To Balance, being the Excess of Territorial Remittances realized in the current Year above the Amount of Bills for Interest of Indian Debt discharged in the same Period; transferred to the Credit of the Account with the Territorial Branch (No. 1.) 234,035 Received for Bills drawn in the Company's
Favour for Supplies furnished from
Territorial Funds, in India                                 £
                                                                      123,484
Ditto for Bills drawn by the Court on India        517
Ditto of Government on further Account
of Company's Claims                                    387,145
Sum passed to the Credit of Government in
their Account with the Company -      
Produce of Spices sold in the Year                26,932
Deduct -                                                 £  538,078
Disbursements in England and China on
account of the Public, included in the
Company's Claims upon Government in
the Territorial Department                             34,012
£ 504,066 £ 504,066

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1817-18.
1818.
30th April.
To Amount of Payments actually made on account of Bills of Exchange drawn for Interest of Indian Debt, 1817-18 £
396,076
1818.
30th April.
By Amount of Remittances realized in 1817-18 to meet the Payments made per Contra;- £
To Treasury Notes of the Indian Governments, discharged in England by Bills of Exchange 158,617                                                                                                                   £
Received for Bills drawn in the Company's
Favour for Supplies furnished from Territorial Funds in India             71,113
Ditto for Bills drawn by the Court on India                                               481
Sum passed to the Credit of Government in their Account
with the Company -
Produce of Spices sold in the Year                                                       110,616
£    182,210
Deduct -    
Disbursements in England and China on account of the Public,
included in the Company's Claims upon Government in the
Territorial Department                                                                             26,595
By Balance, being the Excess of Bills of Excess of Bills of Exchange, on account of Interest of Indian Debt discharged in England in the Year, beyond the Amount of Remittances realized to meet the Payment of those Bills; transferred to the Debit of the Account with the Territorial Branch (No.l.) 399,079
£ 554,693 £ 554,693
No. 1. - Account between the Territorial and Commercial Branches of The East India Company, from 1st May 1814 to the latest Period - continued.
(2.) - The Territorial Branch in Account with the Commercial Branch, in respect to Bills of Exchange drawn on account of Interest of India Debt, &c. - continued.
1818-19.
1819.
30th April.
To Amount of Payments actually made on account of Bills of Exchange drawn for Interest of Indian Debt, 1818-19 £
611,431
1819
30th April.
By Amount of Remittances realized in 1818-19 to Payments made per Contra:- £
                                                                                               £
Received for Bills, drawn, in the Company's
Favour for Supplies furnished from Territorial
Funds in India                                                                    162,464
Ditto for Bills drawn by the Court on India                              425
Sum passed to the Credit of Government in
their Account with the Company, vizt;
Produce of Spices sold in the Year                                        77,432
Payment from the Dutch Government, for Bills
drawn on them                                                                     198,182
Ditto from the Navy Board, for Ships built for
His Majesty's Service                                                            26,874
     £465,377 Deduct -     
Disbursements in England and China on account of
the Public, included in the Company's Claims upon
Government in the Territorial Department                           16,569
448,808
By Balance, being the Excess of Bills of Exchange, on account of Interest on Indian Debt discharged in England in the Year, beyond the Amount of Remittances realized to meet the Payment of those Bills; transfer to the Debit of the Account with the Territorial Branch (No.1.) 162,623
£ 611,431 £ 611,431
1819-20.
1820.
30th April.
To Amount of Payments actually made on account of Bills of Exchange drawn for Interest of Indian Debt, 1819-20 £
355,514
1820.
30th April.
By Amount of Remittances realized in 1819-20 to Payments made per Contra:- £
To Treasury Notes of the Bombay Government, discharged in England by Bills of Exchange 76,946                                                                                     £
Received for Bills of Exchange in the Company's
Favour for Supplies furnished from Territorial
Funds in India                                                        136,541
Ditto   for Bills drawn by the Court on India           1,010
Sum passed to the Credit of Government in
their Account with the Company, vizt:
Produce of Spices sold in the Year                          70,555
Payment from the Dutch Government, fort
Bills drawn on them                                               107,243
Ditto   from the Navy Board, for Ships built
in India for His Majesty's Service                            40,275
Disbursements in England on Account of the
Public Service, Excess of Credits to that Account     4,177
359,801
By Balance, being the Excess of Bills of Exchange account of Interest on Indian Debt discharged in England in the Year, beyond the Amount of Remittances realized to meet the Payment of those Bills; transferred Debit of the Account with the Territorial Branch (No.1.) 72,659
£ 432,460 £ 432,460

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1820-21.
1821.
30th April.
To Amount of Payments actually made on account of Bills of Exchange drawn for Interest of Indian Debt, 1820-21 £
678,988
1821.
30th April.
By Amount of Remittances realized in 1820-21 to meet the Payments made per Contra:- £
To Treasury Notes of the Bombay Government, discharged in England by Bills of Exchange 39,801 Received for Bills drawn in the Company's                   £
Favour for Supplies furnished from Territorial
Funds in India                                                            200,561
Ditto   for Bills remitted from Holland, received
in discharge of Bills drawn on the Government of
the Netherlands                                                           42,086
Ditto   for Bills drawn by the Court on India               7,728
Ditto   of the Congregation de Propagandâ Fide,
on account of Advances made to Missionaries in India   200
Sum passed to the Credit of Government in their
Account with the Company-
Produce of Spices sold in the Year                               55,403
                                                                               £   305,978
Deduct-     
Disbursements in England and China, on account
of the Public, included in the Company's Claim
upon Government in the Territorial Department           3,994
301,984
By Balance, being the Excess of Bills of Exchange on account of Interest on Indian Debt discharged in England in the Year, beyond the Amount of Remittances realized to meet the Payment of those Bills; transferred Debit of the Account with the Territorial Branch (No.1) 416,805
£ 718,789 £ 718,788
No. 1. - Account between the Territorial and Commercial Branches of The East India Company, from 1st May 1814 to the latest Period - continued.
(2.) - The Territorial Branch in Account with the Commercial Branch, in respect to Bills of Exchange drawn on account of Interest of India Debt, &c. - continued.
1821-22.
1822.
30th April.
To Amount of Payments actually made on account of Bills of Exchange drawn for Interest of Indian Debt, 1821-22 £
1,562,522
1822.
30th April.
By Amount of Remittances realized in 1821-22 to meet the Payments made per Contra:- £
To Balance, being the Excess of Territorial Remittances realized in the current Year above the Amount of Bills for Interest of Indian Debt discharged in the same Period; transferred to the Credit of the Account with the Territorial Branch (No. 1.) 196,725 Received for Bills drawn in the Company's                  £
Favour for Supplies furnished from Territorial
Funds in India                                                        130,058
Sum passed to the Credit of Government in
their Account with the Company, vizt:
Produce of Spices sold in the Year                         20,542
Received of Government on account of Sums
advanced to His Majesty's Land Forces at
St. Helena                                                             117,236
Amount directed to be applied by the Bengal
Government, under the Court's Orders of 29th
June 1821, to the Redemption of Indian Debt,
as a Mode of Remittance of equal Amount to
meet Interest Bills paid by means of Surplus
Commercial Profits                                            1,500,000
                                                                    £     1,767,836
Deduct -
Disbursements in England, on account of the
Public, included in the Company's Claims
upon Government in the Territorial Department     8,589
£ 1,759,247 £ 1,759,247
1822-23.
1823.
30th April.
To Amount of Payments actually made on account of Bills of Exchange drawn for Interest of Indian Debt, 1822-23 £
1,419,587
1823.
30th April.
By Amount of Remittances realized in 1822-23 to meet the Payments made per Contra:- £
To Balance, being the Excess of Territorial Remittances realized in the current Year above the Amount of Bills for Interest of Indian Debt discharged in the same Period; transferred to the Credit of the Account with the Territorial Branch (No.l.) 374,389 Received for Bills drawn in the Company's               £
Favour for Supplies furnished from
Territorial Funds in India                                       48,365    
Produce of Molucca Spices sold in the Year          22,777
Produce of Bullion received from India              1,623,958
                                                                      £    1,795,100
Deduct -
Disbursements in England, on account of
the Public, included in the Company's Claims
upon Government in the Territorial Department      1,124
£ 1,793,976 £ 1,793,976

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1823-24.
1824.
30th April.
To Amount of Payments actually made on account of Bills of Exchange drawn for Interest on Indian Debt, 1823-24 £
620,132
1824.
30th April.
By Amount of Remittances realized in 1823-24 to meet the Payments made per Contra:- £
To Amount of Bills drawn                        £
for Principal of Indian Debt,
discharged in England in
1823-24, in excess of the
Amount agreed to be
discharged from Surplus
Commercial Profits:-
Total Amount of Principal
Bills discharged as above                                               2,965,333
Deduct-Amount agreed
to be discharged from
Surplus Commercial Profits            1,396,842
Received for Bills drawn in the Company's            £
Favour for Supplies furnished from Territorial
Funds in India                                                    57,046    
Ditto,   for Bills drawn by the Court on India    7,810
Produce of Molucca Spices sold in the Year     33,060
1,568,491 97,916
To Amount of sundry Payments                            £
in England, to be deducted from
Funds realized to meet Interest
Bills, per Contra, vizt:      
Charges, on account of the Importation
of Bullion in 1822-23, on the Territorial Account                                                           1,459
Freight of Stores, &c. chargeable to
His Majesty's Government                                                         45
Payments to His Majesty's Government
on account of Spices imported from the Moluccas                                                     112,303
By Balance, being the Excess of Payments for Bills drawn for Principal and Interest on Indian Debt, &c. beyond the Amount of Remittances realized to meet those Bills transferred to the Debit of the Account with the Territorial Branch (No. 1.) 2,204,514
113,807
£ 2,302,430 £ 2,302,430
No. 1.-Account between the Territorial and Commercial Branches of The East India Company, from 1st May 1814 to the latest Period - continued.
(2.)-The Territorial Branch in Account with the Commercial Branch, in respect to Bills of Exchange drawn on account of Interest of India Debt, &c. - continued.
1824-25.
1825.
30th April
To Amount of Payments actually made on account of Bills of Exchange drawn for Interest on Indian Debt, 1824-25 £
421,138
1825.
30th April
By Amount of Remittances realized, in 1824-25; to meet the Payments made per Contra:-
To Amount of Bills drawn for Principal of Indian Debt, discharged in England, 1824-25     415,470                                                     £
To Amount of sundry Payments in England, to be deducted from Funds realized to meet Interest Bills, per Contra:-
Freight of Stores, &c. chargeable to His Majesty's Government    £
                                                                                                    2,132
Payments to His Majesty's Government on account of
Proceeds of Spices from the Moluccas                                     69,438
Received for Bills drawn
in the Company's
Favour for Supplies
furnished from Territorial
Funds in India                                      38,325
Ditto,   for Bills drawn
by the Court on India              1,820
Produce of Molucca
Spices sold in the Year           48,992
Ditto   of Bullion received
from India                              989,163
71,570
908,178
To Balance, being the Excess of Territorial Remittances received in the current Year above the Amount of Bills for Principal and Interest on Indian Debt, &c. discharged in the same Period; transferred to the Credit of the Account with the Territorial Branch (No. 1.) 170,122
£ 1,078,300 £ 1,078,300
1825-26.
                                                                             £
To Amount of Payments actually made on
accountof Bills of Exchange drawn for
Interest of Indian Debt, 1825-26                                                                       430,039
1826.
30th April.
By Amount of Remittances realized in 1825-26 to meet, the Payments made per Contra;- £
To Amount of Bills drawn for Principal
of Indian Debt, discharged in
England in 1825-26                                                                            576,715
Received for Bills drawn
in the Company's
Favour for Supplies
furnished from the
Territorial Funds in India                                    132,717
To Amount of Bills drawn for Cash                 100,428
received into the Indian Treasuries
under Advertisements of the
Governments, discharged in England,
in 1825-26
Ditto,   for Bills drawn
by the Court on India            1,570
Produce of Molucca
Spices sold in the Year         53,871
Received of His Majesty's
Government on account of
Expences at St. Helena,
subsequently to 30th
April 1822                              3,711
1,107,182 191,869
To Amount of sundry Payments                              £
in England, to be deducted from
Funds realized to meet Interest
Bills, per Contra:-
Charges on Importations of
Bullion in former Years, on
the Territorial Account                                                                  2,988
Freight of Stores, &c. chargeable to
His Majesty's Government                                    1,618
Payments to His Majesty's Government
on account of Proceeds of the Molucca Spices,
accrued both in India and in England                  110,973
By Balance, Excess Of Payments for Bills drawn for Principal and Interest of Indian Debt, &c. beyond the Amount of Remittances realized to meet those Bills; transferred to the Debit of the Account (No. 1.) with the Territorial Branch 1,030,892
115,579
£ 1,222,761 £ 1,222,761

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1826-27.
1827.
30th April.
To Amount of Payments actually made on account of Bills of Exchange drawn for Interest of Indian Debt, 1826-27 £
423,290
1827.
30th April.
By Amount of Remittances realized in 1826-27 to meet the Payments made per Contra:- £
To Amount of Bills drawn for Principal of Indian Debt, discharged in England in 1826-27, beyond the Amount agreed to be discharged from Surplus Profits 79,518 Received for Bills drawn in the Company's Favour for Supplies furnished from Territorial Funds in India    22,891
To Amount of Bills drawn for Cash received into the Indian Treasuries under Advertisements of the Governments, discharged in England in 1826-27 1,449 Amount of Bills drawn by the Court on India    1,770
Produce of Molucca Spices sold in the Year    1,105
Received of His Majesty's Government in Repayment of Advances in India, not covered by Bills of Exchange    71,625
504,257 97,391
To Amount of sundry Payments in England, to be deducted from Funds realized to meet Interest Bills, per Contra:-
                                                                                             £
Charges on Importations of Bullion in former
Years on the Territorial Account                                        620
Freight of Stores, &c. chargeable to Government             3,761
By Balance, Excess of Payments for Bills drawn for Principal and Interest of Indian Debt, &c. beyond the Amount of Remittances realized to meet those Bills; transferred to the Debit of the Account (No. 1.) with the Territorial Branch 411,247
4,381
£ 508,638 £ 508,638
No. 1. - Account between the Territorial and Commercial Branches of The East India Company, from 1st May 1814 to the latest Period - continued.
(2.) - The Territorial Branch in account with the Commercial Branch, in respect to Bills of Exchange drawn on account of Interest of India Debt, &c. - continued.
1827-28.
1828, 30th April. To Amount of Payments actually made on account of Bills of Exchange drawn for Interest of Indian Debt in 1827-28 £
522,438
1828, 30th April. By Amount of Remittances realized in 1827-28
to meet the Payments made per Contra:-               £
£
To Amount of Bills drawn for Principal of Indian Debt, discharged in England in 1827-28, beyond the Amount agreed to be defrayed from Surplus Profits 5,701 Amount of Bills drawn by the Court on India    2,252
Amount received for Bills drawn in the
Company's Favour for Supplies furnished
from the Territorial Funds in India                  103,652
528,139 105,904
To Amount of sundry Payments in England, to be deducted from Funds realized per Contra:-
Freight of Stores, &c. chargeable to His Majesty's Government
5,162 By Balance, Excess of Payments for Bills drawn for Principal and Interest of Indian Debt, &c. beyond the Amount of Remittances realized to meet those Bills; transferred to the Debit of the Account (No. 1.) with the Territorial Branch 427,397
£ 533,301 £ 533,301
1828-29.
1829, 30th April. To Amount of Payments actually made on account of Bills of Exchange drawn for Interest of Indian Debt in 1828-29
To ditto,   for Principal of Indian Debt, beyond the Amount agreed to be defrayed from Surplus Profits
    £
640,570


3,470
1829,30th April. By Amount of Remittances realized in England in 1828-29 to meet the Payments made per Contra:- £
644,040
To Amount of sundry Payments in England, to be deducted from Funds realized per Contra:-
Freight of Stores, &c. chargeable to His Majesty's Government
3,309
647,349
To Balance, being the Excess of Territorial Remittances received in the current Year above the Amount of Bills for Principal and Interest of Indian Debt, &c. discharged in the same Period; transferred to the Credit of the Account with the Territorial Branch (No. 1.) 55,959 Amount of Bills drawn by the Court on India 3,285
Amount received for Bills drawn in the Company's Favour for Supplies furnished from the Territorial Funds in India 61,728
Amount received of His Majesty's Government in Repayment of Advances in India, not covered by Bills of Exchange 8,597
Produce of Bullion received from India on the Territorial and Political Account 629,698
£ 703,308 £ 703,308

East India House, 2d June 1830.

(Errors excepted.)

THO. G. LLOYD, Acct Gent.