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and the farms and liceuces, the average of
those revenues, from 1799, 1800, to 1801–2,

was - - - 4.1,136,597 Which exceeded the average from 1798-9 to

- 1800-1 - - - 101,528 Estimated for 1801-2 - - 3,899,040 Actual amount - - - 4,729,610

More than estimate - - - 830,570 Charges.—Estimated for 1801.2 - - 4,559,311 *Actual amount - . *- 4,963,742 More than estimate - * - - 404,431

Deducting excess of charge from excess of reve-
nue, the net charge was less than estimated 426,139

And the net charge of the year 1801-2 was - 234,132

Esfi MATE's 1802-3.

Revenues - - - 4,670,369 Charges - - - 4,555,676 Net revenue - - - 114,693 Revenues estimated less than actual in 1801–2 - 59,241 Charges do. less than do. - . . . . 408,066

The prospect estimated for 1802–3 better than preceding year by - - - 348,825

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EOM RAY. Revenues.—Excluding the revenues of the ceded provinces transferred to Madras in July 1800, the average revenues from 1799, 1800, to 1801–2 251,456 Which exceeded the average drawn on the same

principle from 1798-9 to 1800-1 - 39,564

- Estimated for 1801-2 - - 271,825 Actual amount - - 305,992 More than estimate - - 34,167 Charges.—Estimated for 1801–2 - - 1,185,308 Actual amount - - 1,187,288 More than estimate - . - 1,980

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118 B R 1 T 1 s H A N D Deducting excess of charge from excess of revenue, the net charge was less than estimated - .e. 32,187 And the net charge of the year 1801–2 was 881,296 Esti MATE's 1802–3.

Revenues - - - - 410,280 Charges - - - 907,406 Net charge - 497,126 Revenues estimated more than actual in 1801–2 - 104,288 Charges do. less than do. - - 279,882 *——

Net charge estimated for 1802–3, less than preceding year 384, 170

BEN cooleN AND or H E R settle MENTs. Revenues of Fort Marlbro', on average of three years, 1798–9

to 1800–1 - 8,806 Charges ditto, ditto * - * - 102,030 Net charge - 93,224 * Supplies from Bengal to Fort Marlbro', Penang, &c. estimated for 1801- - - - 85,840. Actual amount - - - 241,220 - More than estimated 155,380 Supplies estimated for 1802-3 - - 116,000 - GENERAL VI eV. - Result of the Year 1801-2, collectively. Revenues.—Bengal - - 7,127,988 - Madras - - 4,729,610 Bombay - - 305,992 r Total revenues 12,163,590 cago-oo: - - 4,705,583 Madras " - - 4,963,742

Bombay - - 1,187,288
- Total charges 10,856,613

Net revenue of the three presidencies - - 1,306,977
Deduct supplies to Bencoolen, &c. - - 24, 1,220
Remaining net revenue - - - 1,065,757
Deducted from the interest, &c. paid on the debts, -
At Bengal - * * 971,556
Madras - - 267,178
Bombay - - 210,066

—— 1,449,500 Showed

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Showed the deficit from the territorial revenues to be - 6.383,743

Deducted from the amount sales of imports, &c. by - 418,717 The remainder 34,974

was the sum left, applicable to the purposes of commerce. , "Amount advanced for the purchase of investment, payment of commercial charges, and in aid of China investment,

At Bengal - - 739,651
Madras - - 281,329
Bombay - -* 246,021 -
Marlbro? aw - 21,092

Total advances for investments 1,288,093

Cargoes invoiced from India to Europe in 1801-2, with charges by - - - 2,362,443

GENERAL VI e W.
Result of the Estimates for the Year 1802-3, collectively.

Revenues.—Bengal - - 7,612,384 Madras - - 4,670,369 Bombay - 410,280 - Total revenues - 12,693,033 Charges—Bengal - - 4,535,065 * i. - - 4,555,676 Bombay - - - 907,406

Total charges - 9,998,147

Net estimated revenue of the three presidencies 2,694,886

Deduct supplies to Bencoolen, &c. - 116,000

o Remainder - 2,578,886 - Deduct further interest on the debts by - 1,481,070 , , . The sum then remaining was - 1,097,816 Add estimated amount of sales of imports by 409,500

The total - 1,507,516

was the amount estimated to be applicable in the year 1802-3, to the purposes of commerce.

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Amount stated last year - - 17,674,532 Amount this year - - - 19,965,739 . . . . . - Increase - 2,291,207 Debts transferred in the year - - 143,179

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Debts bearing Interest.

Amount last year - - - 26. 15,135,354 Amount this year - - , - 16,994,833 Increase of debts bearing interest - 1,859,479 Amount of interest payable by the accounts of last year 1,342,853 Ditto, of this year - - - 1,481,070 Increase of interest payable annually _- 138,217

Assets in India, Consisting of cash, goods, stores, &c. last year - 12,113,923 Ditto, ditto, by present statements - 13,372,741

Increase of assets - 1,258,818

Deductincrease of assetsfrom increase of debts, the statedf the company’s affairs in India appeared worse in this view by 1,032,389

HOME ACCOUNTs.

Aggregate amount of sales 1802-3 - - 9,628,131
More than last year - - - 472,144
The sales of company’s goods were to a
less amount - - 582,459
Also neutral property by - 153,036
735,495
Private goods were more by 1,207,639
Difference as above - 472,144
The sales of the company’s goods were estimated at 5,880,600
The actual amount was - . . w 6,048,028
Being more than estimated by - 167,428
The receipts of the sales of the company’s goods estimated at 6,500,600
Actually amounted to , - - 6,972,417.
Being more than estimated - - 471,817
Charges and profit on private trade, estimated at - 130,000
Actually amounted to - - 172,474-
Fxceeding the estimate in - - 42,474

General result.—The balance of cash estimated to be against * tile company on the first of March 1803 - 1,434,556

Actually

Actually proved to be in their favour - . , - ...A. 1,009,822 Being better than estimated -- - 2,444,378 Which may be attributed to the additional receipts on the sales of goods, on private trade, and Čn the issue of bonds, combined with the payments below the estimate on account of India and China, and on several other accounts; also, the protraction of the liquidation of 700,000l. of the debt to the bank. o Esti MATE 1803–4. Receipt for sale of company’s goods - - 6,085,500 General result.—Although the balance of cash on the 1st of March, 1803, was large, and although the smaller receipt on the sale of the goods was more than made up by an expected payment from government, the great disbursement required for India and China, for purchase of investments and iiquidation of debt, and the payment of the loan from the bank, were likely so to operate, that the balance of cash in favour of the company, on the 1st of March 1804, was estimated to amount to the sum only of - 89,393 " De Bts. At home. On the 1st of March 1802 - - 4,822,683 On the 1st of March 1803 - - 4,773,886 Decrease 48,797 ASSETS AT HOMe, On the 1st of March 1802 - - 16,802,760 Ditto I803 - • 17,440,593 - 'Increase 637,833 Adding the decrease of debts to the increase of assets, the - improvement of the home concern in the year was - 686,630 -- - CH INA AND ST. HELENA. A Balance at China last year in favour - 1,019,551 Balance at China by the present accounts - 91,434 Decrease at China - 928,117 Balance at St. Helena on the 30th Sept. 1800, in favour * - - - 77,852 $alance at ditto on the 30th Sept. 1801, in favour. - - - 78,848 - - 996 Net decrease at China and St. Helena - * - 927,121

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