HL Deb 07 February 1804 vol 1 c420
The Earl of Suffolk,

adverting to a subject which he touched on last Session of Parliament, wished to know in what manner certain annuities granted in the reign of Queen Anne, amounting to upwards of 46,000l. arising from a capital of 877,000l. which had fallen in during the present year, and a. sum of about a million of capital which would fall in, in the course of next year, were to be applied.

Lord Hawkesbury

said, that in the annual accounts laid before the House the sums alluded to by the noble earl would undoubtedly be accounted for, and the mode of their appropriation pointed out.