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Counties.

Places.

Number of Houses, Total No. West Riding Wakefield

541 The other part of the county 87925

98278 Effex Colchester

828 The other part of the county 25547

26375 Gloucester

841 St. Philip and St. Jacob

555 The other part of the county 19069

20465 Hereford Hereford

810 Leominster

444 The other part of the county

8064

City

9318

Hertford

Town
The other part of the county

401 10635

Huntingdon
Kent

zio36 5800

Canterbury
Chatham
Deal
Deptford
Dover
Feversham
Folkstone
Gravesend
Greenwich
St. John, isle of Thanet
Maidstone
Ramsgate
Rochester
Sandwich
Woolwich
The other part of the county

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604 3974 2519 402

479 35114

43092

Leicester

"Borough

1561

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576

Counties,

Places,

Number of Houses, Notal No. Leicester Loughborough

440 The other part of the county 13834

15835 Lincoln City

906 Boston

469
Grantham

451
Stampford
The other part of the county 23992

15835 London

16332 Middlesex Brentford

477 Chelsea

610 Edmonton

474 Hackney

1168 Inington

828 Kenlington

700 Mary-le-Bone

3664 St. Pancras

1273 Westminster City and liberty

17013 The other part of the connty

35913

62123

Norfolk

Norwich
King's Lynn
Yarmouth
The other part of the county

2302
662

682
29548

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Northampton Town

Peterborough
The other part of the county

706

473 20620

21799 Oxford 28553 Warwick Town

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613 16851

644 683

Counties.

Places.

Number of Houses. Total No. Oxford City and university

2316 The other part of the county 11338

13654 Rutland

1474 Salop Ludlow

430 Shrewsbury

904 The other part of the county

16879

18213 Somerfet Briftol

3947 Bath

1173 Walcot, and suburbs of Bath

786 The other part of the county 32650

28556 Southampton Town

535
Winchester
The other part of the county

17999 Stafford Litchfield

407
Walsall borough
Wolverhampton
The other part of the county 24091

25825 Suffolk St. Edmund Bury

648 Ipswich

1244 The other part of the county 26058

27950 Soffex Chiceiter

621 The other part of the county 14259

14880 Surrey Croydon

612 Kingston

431 Mitcham

462 Richmond

400 Wandsworth

449 Southwark Borough

12120 The other part of the county 14079

495 Birmingham

2291 Coventry

890 The other part of the county 23029

26705 Weftmoreland

6097

Counties,

Places.

Number of Houses. Total No. Wilts Sarum

804 The other part of the county 21330

22134 Worcester Town

721 The other part of the county 11445

12166 Anglesea

4104 Brecon

3610 Cardigan

3147 Carmarthen Borough

432 The other part of the county

6700

7130 Carnarvon

3960 Denbigh

6639 Flint Glamorgan

5234 Merioneth

3705 Monmouth

4433 Montgomery

7961 Pembroke

3408 Radnor

2609

3356

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C. RIGBY, Office for Taxes,

DAN. BULL, 23 January, 1781.

GEORGE BLOUNT. N. B. The number of houses opposite the towns in the first column of

this account, contains only the number of inhabited houfes, in each, chargeable to the window duties. The last column contains the total number of houses and cottages in each county.

VOL. XVIII.

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To the Hon. the Knights, Citizens, and Burgesses, in Parliament

assembled. Account of uninhabited Houses chargeable to the Duties on Houses and Win

dows, in the Cities of London and Westminster, County of Middlesex, and Borough of Southwark, at Lady-Day, 1777, and Lady-Day,

1780.

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London
Weftminster
Middlesex
Southwark

867 565

458 2008 256

1513 1123 3766 414

1738
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Lord North

January 5. Lord North acquainted the House, that he had a message from his Majesty to this House, signed by his Majesty ; and he presented the same to the House ; and it was read by Mr. Speaker, and is as followeth, viz.

GEORGE R. “ His Majesty has judged it proper to acquaint the House of Commons, that, during the recess of Parliament, he has been indispensably obliged to direct letters of marque and general reprisals to be issued against the States General of the United Provinces and their subjects. The causes and motives of his Majesty's conduct on this occasion are set forth in his public declaration, which he has ordered to be laid before the House.

“ His Majesty has, with the utmost reluctance, been induced to take any hostile measures against a state whose alliance with his kingdoms stood not only on the faith of ancient treaties, but on the foundeft principles of good policy. He has used every endeavour to prevail on the States General to return to a line of conduct conformable to those principles, to the tenor of their engagements, and to the common and natural interests of both countries, and has left nothing un

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tried to prevent, if possible, the present rupture.

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