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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Exhibit of the state of the Franklin Bank of Cincinnati, January
Domestic hills and notes discounted
Bills of exchange discounted
Due from various banks Incidental expenses
Permanent expenses
Cash on hand, %ix.
Specie
Notes of other banks
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906,829
724,287
36,800
696
4,000

75
37
85
68

111,605 21
80,061

18, 1839.

989,650
309,977
2,788 83
27,681 18
328,504 15
17,007
17,517 99
171,154 71

By capital stock paid in
Bank notes in circulation
Discount and premium accounts
Due various banks
Treasurer of the United States
Dividend No. 1
Contingent fund
Individual deposites

191,666 21
Dollars

Dollars

1,864,280 86

1,864,280 86

It. A. DAYTON, Bookkeeper.
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Exhibit of the state of the Franklin Bank of Cincinnati, January
Domestic hills and notes discounted
Bills of (-sell:Luigi! discounted
Doe from lar tins banks Inci,!ental charges
Ilf V XptqlSei
CO•11 MI 11311d, VIZ.
NOft,Of other banks
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

925 399
715,169
56,493
730
4,000

49
11
34
93

44,651
113,349 23
158,000 23
I/ollars

1,859,793 10

25, 1834.

9/19.650

Capital stock paid in
Bank notes in ci culation
Due from various tanks
Discount and premium accounts
Treasury a the United States
Post Office Department
Dividend No. 1
State of Ohio
ConCtigerit fund
Individualdeposites

4.541
3J8,3M5
120
16,5:16
1,5111
17.57
1 ;7 ,'..113
Dollars

64
74
17

99
56

1,8 i;,79 ; 10
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Exhibit of Me state of Me Franklin Bank of Cincinnati, Decernoer 28, 1823.
CD
$877,864 27
671.973 19
61,573 72
8,256 (ml

Domr.itic b:lls awl notes discounted
8,16 ill excliange d:semiuted
One from ‘arlinis banks In ,ilental expomes
Spc cie
Notes of specie paying banks
Cash balance

111.077 01
92.735 00

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203,812 01

$949 !!-;0 00
.51,.;96 59
46,000 04

in
Capital stock
Discount and piemium accounts
Doe varions banks
Hank time; issued
On hand

387,000
07,485
319,515

Circialati,,n
individual deposites
Treasurer of the United States

00

O,'25u

88
2.101609

1,823,489 20

1,823,4t9 20

U. A. DAYTON, Bookkeeper.

Exhibit of the state of the Franklin Bank of Cincinnati, January 4, 1834.
Domestic bills and notes discounted
Bills of exchange discounted
Due from various banks
Incidental expenses
Cash on band, %IL.
Specie
Nutt.s 0f other banks


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110,684 84
70,259 00

883,309 22 1 Capital stock paid in
Bank notes in circulation 688,466 17
banks
various
Due
00
73,148
Discount a,nd premium accounts
9,051 60
Individual deposites
Treasurer of the United States

987,873
313,188
44,959
33,242
171,907
263,746

00
00

88
30
37

28

180,943 84

41,836,918 83

$1,836,918 83

R. A. DAYTON. Bookkeeper.

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S TATE of the Franklin Bank of Cincinnati, on the 3d day of October, 1835.

Bills discounted.
Domestic bilk of exchange,
Suspended debt,
Real estate, Other property,
Expense account,
hula and loss,
Due from banks:
City banks, viz:
Commercial Bank,
Lafayette Bank,
Bank. of Dino Life Insurance and
Trust Company, Distant banks:
Bank of America, New York,
Bank of Michigan, Detria,
Branch State Bank of Indiana,
Bank of Dayton, Ohio,
Bank of 17rbanna,()Inn,
Batik of Xenia, Ohio,
Bank of Ilamilton, Ohio.
Agricultural.Bank, Natchez,
Bank of Louisville, Bank of N. America, Philad'a,
Bank notes on hand:
City banks, viz:
Commercial Bank,
Lafayette Bank,
Bank of Ohio Lite Insurance and
Trust Company, Distant banks:
Bank United States and branches,

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$1,191,R13
477,936
26,190
23,833
3,000
2,348
190

80 Capital stock paid in,
Discounts, &c.
75
Discounts received,
50
33
Exchange account,
Premiums, &c.
00 I
98
00 Treasurer of the United States,

$31,957 50
20,653 73
5,911 92
61,526 15
35,011 42
9,092 73
2,381 52
46,515 67
5,038
3,602
2,896
7,409
5,699
36,531
18,724

00
57
51
98
64
59
10

Public officers:
J. II. Graesbeck, pension agent,
II. Brewerton, lieutenaut,
Sanders, lieutenant,
J. P. Taylor, captain, -'
C. A. Ogden.
A. Cady, U. S. army, A. K. Thompson, major,
J. I'. Simonton,
T. A. .Morris, lieutenant,
C. Larabee, surveyor,E. It. Long,lieutenant,

C.)

$1,000,000 00
17,011 69
8,751 75
1,361 45
27,125 89
136,8:26 73
6,9:23 45
563 31
71 ()
5,6•220 87
9 50
613 58
277 68
14,200 00
9,962 02
119 14
1,223 63
39,581 26
50,176 12
724 00

Contingent fund,
Unclaimed dividends, Due to banks:
City banks, viz:
Office Bank of the United States,
Cincinnati,

9,692 12

79,905 39
997 00
:2,539 00
910 00
27,520 00

Distant banks:
Union Bank Tennessee,Nashville,
Branches State Bank of Indiana,
Union 13'k Louisiana, N.Orleans,
Bank of Metropolis. Mechanics' Bank, New York, Manhattan Company,New York,
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3,846
38,438
43,920
5,926
4,789
17,751

84
74
81
48
26
86

Mississippi banks, Louisiana banks,
Kentucky banks, N
iia banks,
banks,
Ohio banks,
Metropolis Bank, Washington,
Specie:
Silver:
American coin,
Foreign coin,
Gold:
American coin,
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Merchants & Manufacturers'B'k,
Pittsburg,
Clinton Bank, Columbus,

$1,195 00
3,270 00
1,720 00
4,180 00
8,220 oo
16,791 00
1,955 00

3,410 38
2,878 18
120,962 55

Bank of Marietta, Ohio.
Bank of Steubenville. Ohio,
Bank of Zanesville, Ohio,
Bank of Chillicothe, Ohio.
Merchants and Mechanics' Bank,
Wheeling.
Office Bank Virginia, Charleston,
Tradesmen's Bank, New York, -

45,000 00
60,622 02
15,000 00
26,232 00
216,151 02
.$2,132,411 59

Individual deposites,
Circulation,

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3,011 16
1,972 79
7,071 66
925 55
5,542 78
17,752 75
1,071 51
37,351 20
V49,963 72
420,002 00
$2,132,411 59

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.B.rhibit of the state of the Pranklin Bank of Cincinnati, December 14, 1833..
Domestic bills and notes discounted Bills of exchange discounted
Due from various banks Incidental expenses
Cash on hand

0949,730 00
46,402 30
12,628 30

stock paid in
$853,560 45 11 Capital
•
1 Oiscount
and premium accounts
537,832 54
line various hanks
133,593 07
notes issued
8,278 88
•
unkind
139,157 91

•s.'s

- 349,000
• 72,734
276,266 00
187,276 46
200,099 79

Circulation
Indk idual deposites
Treasurer of the United States

1,672,422 85
1,672,422 85

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Exhibit of the state of the Prank/in hi,
Domestic bills and notes discounted Bills of exchange di-counted
Due from various banks Incidental expenses
Cash on hand* .

870,507
659,992
34,431
8.'282
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of Cittrinnati, Derernher 91, 1 R33.

55
Cap'tal stock paid in
93 . Discount and premium account
Due various banks
26
51
Bank notes issued
38 On barn!

•

978.175 00
49,285 80
29,103 41

•
368,000
70,468

297,512 00
190,717 63
211,249 79

Circulation
tuiuliiduil deposites
Treasurer of the United States

* Of this $103,600 38 is spec'e.

$1,756,2(.3 63

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$1,756,963 63

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STATE of the Franklin Bank of Cincinnati, October 31, 1835.•
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Bilk discounted,
Domestic bills of exchange,
Suspended debt,
Real estate, Other property,
Profit and loss,
Expense account,
Due from banks:
City banks viz:
Ohio Life Insurance and
Bank of'
Trust Company,
Lafayette Bank, Distant banks:
Bank of Michigan,
Branch of State Bank Indiana,
Bank of Lancaster, Ohio,
do.
Bank of Dayton.
Bank of Columbus, do.
Bank of Hamilton, do.
Agricultural Bank, Natchez,
Bank of Louisville,
Bank of North America, Phila.
Bank notes on hand:
City banks, viz:
Commercial Bank.
Lafayette.
Bank of Ohio Life Insurance and
Trust Company,
Distant !milks:
Bank U. S. and branches,
Banks in Missisiltppi,

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$1,267,825 64

-

3,000 00
190 00
3,202 09

484,505 79
26,190 50

23,833 33

_
$14,806 59
16,169 43

•
30,976 02
'

9,092 35
1,653 83

10,746 18
173
3,781
288
4,421
8,884
15,958
20,518

12
06
69

Capital stock paid in, Discounts, &c:
Discounts received, Exchange account, Premium, &c. -

-

-

-

-

-

*21,379 23

-

-

Treasurer of United States, Public officers:
J. II. Groesbeck, pension agent,
A. Cady, F. S. army,
C. Larabee, surveyor,
E. R. Long, lieutenant,
T. A. Morris. do. C. A. Ogden, captain,
John Sanders. lieutenant,
J. P. Simonton, do. J. P. Tayler, captain.
A. U. Thotnpsom major,

10,715 87
2,083 32
37,178 42
136;82673

-

2,283 95

-

46 42
119 14
631 68
1,683 07
5 13
2 15
14,200 00
5,620 87
250 31

-

-

30,000 00
20,176 12

-

-

-

.

-

24,842 72

22

Contioent fund,
Undivided profit,

03
71
31

Unclaimed dividends, Due to banks:
54,025 14

-

-

141 52
12,299 01.
8,475 00
20,915 56

Distant banks:
3,615 00
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50,176 12
684 00

City banks, viz:

Commercial Bank,Cincinnati,
(Mice Bank U. States, do.
Miami Exporting Company,

2.321 00
4,821 00

11.50 00
1 170 00

$1,000,000 00

Union Bank Tennessee, Na,ihville,
Branches of State Bank of Indiana,
Union Bank of La., New Orleans,
Bank of Metro us Washin tun -

14,803 28
31,541 68
31,533 81
7,523 85

Banks in Louisiana,
Banks in Kentucky,
Banks in Virginia,
Banks in Indiana,
Banks in Michigan,
Banks in Ohio, Bank of the Metropolis, Specie:
Silver:
American coin,
Foreign do.
Gold:
American coin,
Foreign do.
Cash balance,


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3,290 00
8,720 00
4,825 00
11,525 00
4,780 00
42,938 00
2,050 00

Merchants' Bank, Boston, Mechanics' Bank, New York,
Manhattan Company, do. do. Bank of America,
Merchants and Manufacturers' B'k,
Pittsburg, Clinton Bank, Columbus, ,-

11,689
5,208
20,199
10,713

97
00
05
12

23,060 97
103 51
156,377 24

50,000 00
51,781 19
35,000 00
26,700 00
268,149 ID

Bank of Marietta, Ohio, Bank of Steubenville, do. Bank of Zanesville, do. do. Bank of Scioto,
Bank of Chillicothe, do. Bank of Xenia,
do. Bank of Sandusky, do. Planters' Bank Tenn., Nashville, .
Bank of Warren, Penn. Bank of New Lisbon,
Banks of Vheeling,
Bank of Charlestown, Kenhawa,
Virginia, Chautauque County Bank, N. Y. -

2,978 66
1,759 04
7,073 66
1,615 26
2,139 85
1,400 33
3,279 68
2,111 13
2,164 63
1,407 37
.2,539 43

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4,946 90
3,600 29
37,015 23
268,95:3 86
439,673 00

Individual deposites, Circulation, A2,172,613 88

$2,172,613 88

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STATE of the Franklin Bank of Cincinnati, November 28, 1835.
ts,
*1,313,357
461.832
19,235
31,758
3,000
3,161
3,166

di.cnunted. Domestic bills of exchange,

suspended debt, Real c..tate,
tither property. Expense account,
Pratt and loss

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Due from batiks:
City banks, viz:
Commercial Bank, Cincinnati, do.
Lafayette Bank,
Ohio Life Insurance and Trust
Company,Cincinnati,

Office Bank United States,
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20
98
50
33
00
21
10

*7,497 69
14,818 44

38,042 01

955 69
4,398
2,381
362
20,600
11,411

12
06
47
98
68
40,151 31

Bank notes on hand: .
City banks, Viz:
Commercial Bank.
Laloyette Bank,
Tru,t omirmly,
Distant banks:
Bank United States and branches,
Banta in Louisiana, •
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3,461 00
4,161 00
4,650 00
7,255 00
2,540 00
1,785 00

*30,905 55
11,379 27
.
3.616 30

Treasurer of United States,
Public officers:
J. H. Groesbeck, pension agent,
A. Cady, United States army, E. R. Long, lieutenant,
A. Morris, lieutenant,
John Sanders, lieutenant,
J. P. Taylor, captain, J. P. Simonton, lieutenant,
A. R. Thompson, major,
U. A. Ogden,captain, -

T.

63 69

60,451 83

Distant banks:
Union Bank of Louisiana, New
Orleans, R3tkic of Lancaster, Ohio,
do.
Bank of Dayton,
Bank of Hamilton, do.
Bank of Louisville,
Bank of North America, Phila.--

Capital stock paid in,
Discounts, &c.:
Discounts received,
Exchange account,
Premium, &c.,

*1,000,000 00

46,811 12
139,893 19
915 59
41 45
536 15

567 14

2.

5,630
13,819
108
5

15
,
17
00
91
13
21,659
30,000
20,176
664

Contingent fund t
Undivided profits,
Unclaimed dividends,
Due to banks:
City bank. viz:
Miami Exporting yonpany, -

24,795 00

Distant banks:

Bank of Michigan. I;nion B'k of Ten'e, Nashville,
Branches of State B'k of Ind'a,
B'k of Metropolis, NVashitig'n,
Merchants' Bank, BOlittlil.
Mechanics' Bank. New York,
Manhattan Bank, New York, Merchants and Manufacturers'
Bank, l'ittsburg, -

52
00
12
00

497
.59
6,884 01
47,614 89
14,369 65
1,791 93
5,795 23
3,561 31
25,936 39

Isse•
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Kentucky, Indiana,
Michipn, Virginia,
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Oh in,
NVasiiington, D. C.

Specie:
Silver:
American coin,
Foreign
do.
Gold:
American coin,
Foreign
do.

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8,955 00
16,510 00
3,015 00
410 00
43,773 00
2,500 00

Clinton Bank, Columbus,
Bank of America, New York, -

50,000 00
77,517 83
35,000 00
32,196 00
293,758 83

Other distant banks:
Bank of Marietta, Ohio.
Bank of Steubenville, Ohio,
Bank of Zanesville, Bank of Scioto,
Bank of Chillicothe, Tradesmen's Bank. N. York,
Office B'k of Va., Charlestown,
Mer. and Mec. B'k, Vheeling,
Mec. Saving Fund Soc'y, Bait.
Columbiana B'k, New Lisbon,
Agricultural Bank. Natchez, Individual deposites,
Circulation, - -

9,906 85
33,649 82
150,037 67
760 66
1,759 04
2,013 66
11,474 04
2,329 27
1,362 96
14,527 20
11,839 93
505 47
1,107 37
411 59
48,090 18
322,792 19
427,013 00

$2,231,931 99
$2,231,931 99

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NTAl'E of the Franklin Bank of Cincinnati on the 2i-dh day of December, 1835.
Bills discounted,
S1,469,007 44 Capi I stock paid in,
474,332 18 Disci unts, &c.
Dutne stic bills ol exchange, Di counts received,
19,235 50
Suspended debt,
*39,155 01
32,758
Real estate, hange account,
15,385 20
3,000 00
Other property,
Pr miums, &e.,
3,096 78
Profit and loss,
3,166 10 ,
Expense account,
3,319 22 Trea urer of the United states,
Due from banks:
Publi • officers:
City banks:
J. . Groesbeck, pension agent,
545 17
Bank of Ohio Life Insurance and
A. Cady, U. S. army, • . 41 35
Trust Company,
- $19,821 20
E. R. Long, lieutenant, 531 92
Lafayette Bank, 15,209 03
A. Morris, do.
401 27
Distant banks:
35,030 23
C. . Ogden, captain,
3 89
Union Irk Louisiana, N. Orleans,
315 42
J. antlers, lieutenant,
2 15
30,729 64
Bank of North America, Philad'a,
J. . Simonton, do.
13,849 00
Agricultural Bank, Natchez, 18,496 15
J. . Taylor,captain,
5,345 13
Bank of Lancaster, Ohio,
68 12
Bank of Dayton, Ohio,
891 77
Cont ngent fund,
30,000 00
Bank of Urbana, Ohio,
6,767 54
Undi ided profits, 20,176 12
Agency of the Commercial Bank
of Cincinnati, at St. Louis, 454 36
Uncl imed dividends,
57,407 58 Due o banks:
Bank notes on hand:
Cit banks:
City banks:
C mimercial Bank,
13,264 18
Commercial Bank,
3,464 00
11, iatni Exporting Company,
31,121 00
Lafayette Bank, 3,559 00
Trust Company, 4,120 00
His ant banks:
Miami Exporting Company,
2,113 00
B nk of Michigan,
997 59
13,256 00
L nion Bank Tennessee,Nashville
11,403 65
Distant banks:
1 ranches State Bank Indiana, 18,256 49
Bank United States and branches, 149,965 00
I auk of Metropolis, Washington,
19,583 74
Ranks in Mississippi,
1,920 00
4,105 42
A erchants' Batik. Boston,
Banks in Louisiana,
3,225 00
IS erchants & Manufacturers' B'k,
Banks
in
Kentucky,

11,839 74
7,030 '00
Pittsburg,
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$1,000,000 00

58,526 99
139,893 19

20,719 18
50,176 12
624 00

41,388 IS

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Banks in Virginia,
Banks in Indiana,
Banks in Michigan,
Bank of Metropolis, Washington,
Banks in Ohio, -

2,050 00
1.0,200 00
6,55() 00
2,720 00
33,438 00


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3,881
2,261
11,662
3,726

41
58
17
30

Bank of Marietta, Ohio. Bank of Steubenville, Ohio,
Bank of Zanesville, Ohio,
Bank of Scioto, Ohio, Bank of Chillicothe, Ohio,
Bank of Xenia, Ohio.
Bank of Hamilton, Ohio,
Planters' Bank of Tennessee,
Nashville,
Office Bank Virginia, Charlestown,
Bank of Louisville,
Merchants and Mechanics' Bank,
Wheeling,
Mechanics' Saving Fund, Bait., -

5,459
1,600
3,387
7,063
1,901
2,262
7,826

66
00
47
34
96
20
88

87,717 99
217,098 00

Specie:
Silver:
American coin, Foreign coin, Gold:
.American coin,. Foreign coin, -

Clinton Bank, Columbus,
Mechanics' Bank, New York,
Manhattan Co., New York,
Bank of America, New York,

45,000 00
62,161 46
35,000 00
63,000 00
205,164 4G

Individual deposites,
Circulation, $2,533,090 46

1,091 96
21,970 63
3,305 72
C.11

7,830 24
679 72

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61,279 78
375,890 03
690,885 00
$2,533,090 46

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STATE of the Commercial Bank of Cincinnati, October 14, 1835.
Bills discounted, viz :
Domestic bills of exchange

$1,049,675 24
4.52,073 93

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Suspended debt Personal property
Expense account co Remittance to deposite banks
to mint for Amer. gold
co

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Agency at St. Louis
Due from banks-City banks, sz:
Office Bank U. S., Cincinnati Deposite banks, viz :
Bank of Michigan
Bank of Metropolis
Bank of America
Union Bank, Tennessee
Union Bank, Louisiana Commercial Bank, N. Orleans S. Bank Indiana, Madison

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$425 00
812 27
592 67
13,219 93
191 92
8,491 97
2,140 68

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Distant banks, viz:
Northern Bank, Kentucky
Schuylkill Bank
Office Bank U. S., St. Louis
N. Orleans
Natchez
S. Bank Indiana, Lafayette
Agricultural Bank, Natchez
Bank of Louisville
Yeatman, Woods, SL
Hamilton
Kentucky, Louisville
Office Bank Va., Charleston

261 89
19,660 44
3,404 79
230 40
36 84
215 75
1,200 00
7,786 09
8,905 19
3,068 35
7,293 80
8,608 33


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Capital stock paid in
1,000,000 00
Discounts, &c.:
$1,501,749 17
Discounts received
26,629 01
22,109 57
Exchange account
650 99
800
0027,280 00
2,725 42 Protest account 79 41
600,288 50
Profit and loss 9,069 77
23,415 78
' State of Ohio
5,505 44
623,704 28 Treasurer of United States
954,072 89
256,069 49
Public officers:
50,822 65
$184 78
Robert T. Lytle, surv. general
T. A. Morris, lieut. U. S. A. 600 00
A. Cady, U. S. army 1,160 59
John Saunders, lieut. engineers
163 56
- 2,108 93
956,181 82
Contingent fund 10,000 00
Unclaimed dividends
489 00
Dividend No. 8 40 00
25,574 44
529 00
Due to banks-City banks, viz:
Franklin Bank, Cincinnati
6,691 64
1..ifi.yet te
do
- 6,562 87
Ohio Life Insur. and Trust Co. 42,190 89
55,445 40
Deposite banks, viz:
Girard Bank - 26,621 37
.
S. B. Ind., Richmond 3,502 45
3,589 76
Indianapolis
6,209 44
Lawrenceburg
Louisville Savings Institution •
516 17
Clinton Bank, Columbus
753 58
552 70
Mer. and Man. Bank, Pittsburg
60,671 87
87 79
Union Bank, Maryland

State of the Co»unercial Bank of Cincinnati-Continued.
CAD

Bank notes on hand, viz :
Our notes
Our post notes, payable Philad. City banks, viz :
Franklin Bank, Cincinnati
do
Lafayette
Ohio Life Insur. and Trust Co. Deposite banks, viz:
S. Bank Indiana, Lawrenceburg
Mer. and Man. Bank, Pittsburg
Distant banks, viz:
Dayton Bank Bank of Xenia
I lamilton
Virginia
Pittsburg
Kentucky
Louisville
I.ancaster Ohio Bank Urbanna Banking Company
Eastern banks Southern banks
United States Bank
Specie .
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

-

Distant banks, viz ;
2,994 42
S. B. Indiana, Terre Haute 3,404 25
Evansville
- 2,150 28
Vincennes
79,18300
273 92
Bank of Xenia
. 1,067 50
Pittsburg
8,902 77
Chillicothe 8,525 90
Zanesville
' 5,420 63
Circleville
.
878 67
Marietta
542 74
Kentucky, Maysville .
. 2,584 50
Commercial Bank, Scioto
Franklin Bank., Columbus
320 41
Farmers and Mechanics' Bank, _
Steubenville
- 19,515 71
Dayton Bank - 29,788 41
2,71183
Northwestern Bank, Virginia Atlas Bank
- 13,852 07

57,683 00
21,500 00

8,271 00
4,734 00
3,190 00
16,193 00
1,715 00
5,236 00
6,951 00
5,957 00
1,760 00
2,115 00
1,945 00
3,110 00
2,925 00
5,572 00
2,13500
1,395 00
910 00
2,095 00
20,795 00

102,931 01
200,2126
Circulation :
Our notes
Our dotes prepared for circtila.
tion on hand, and charged
'as per contra cash,

50,714 00

-

432,817 00

-

79,183 00
-

73,860ç0
Individual deposites
.

31,500 00
109,945 25
-

141,445 2.5
5,390 00
53 20

-

-

-

,
.512,000 0
123,6002

146,883 45

.I.2,844,458 34

2,844,438 3


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

'TV

SPATE of the Commercial Bank of Cincinnati 31st day of October, 1836.
Bills discounted, viz:

.-

$1,119,894 41

Domestic bills of exchange

-

551,414 56

Suspended debt Personal property
Expense account Agency at St. Louis
Remittance to_deposite banks
.
to mint for Amer. gold

-

Due from banks: Deposits banks,
viz :
Bank of Michigan
Metropolis
America
Union Bank Tennessee
Louisiana Merchants' and Manufacturing
Bank, Pittsburg
Commercial Bank, New Orleans

$425 00
1,531 52
2,349 64
12,410 20
191 92

Northern Bank Kentucky
Schuylkill Bank
Office Bank U. States, St. Louis
N. Orleans
Natchez
S. Bank Indiana, Lafayette
Agricultural Bank, Natchez
Bank of Xenia Yeatman, Woods &. Co.
Louisville
Hamilton
Kentucky, Louisville

27,793 90


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

2,167 34
5,597 2,1
921 01
230 40
36 84
455 83
2,939 67
326 08
4,826 33
1,244 09
3,068 35
8,775 42

-

-

-

-

Discounts, tkc. :
$1,671,308 97
Discounts received
$34,101 04
22,109 57
Exchange account
911 92
_
1,206 .5(.
2,983 16 Protest account -.
.
207,924 7o Profit and loss 480,288 50
State of Ohio
23,415 78
Treasurer of United States
763,014 06
503,704 28
Public officers :
C. A. Ogden, capt. engineers $3,500 00
It. T. Lytle, surveyor general
386 01
T. A. Morris, lieut. U. States - 9,521 29
"
A. Cady, United States
- 5,987 60
John Sanders, lieut. engineer 1,663 56
21,058 46

9,113 30
1,772 32

Distant banks

Capital stock, paid in

Contingent fund Unclaimed dividends
Dividend, No.8 -

-

.
.

Due to banks: City banks.
Franklin Bank, Cincinnati . Lafayette do.
do.
• Ohio Life Insur. ad Trust Co.
Office Bank U. S., Cincinnati

.

1,251
18,509
875
2,767

489 00
40 00
48
271
65
63

Deposite banks, viz:
S. Bank Indiana, Madison
4,606 99
Richmond
- 11,278 62
Indianapolis 2,389 76
Lawrenceburg
7,969 44
Girard Bank .
- 81,045 90
Louisville Savings Institution 516 17

23,424 03

$1,000,000 00

55,012 '56
80 53
9,069 77
5,505 44

C.A
CPI
786,102 52
10,000 00
529 00

Statement al Me Commercial Bank of Cincinnati-Continued.
t•-•
niezott 1/211,k

(Mice 111,kk Va., Charleston Frasiklin Bank, Columbus
-

7,297 22
1:1 39
17,949 38

Bank notes on band :

191,203 00
:e1,250 00

City banks, viz :
11,730 00
6,063 00
7,215 OU
'..•vitis 60
Deposite batiks :
Merchants' and Manufacturing
11.usk, Pittsburg
H. Bank Indians, Laivrelicebssrg

3,763 00
5,470 60
9,23.5 ta./

Distant banks s
United States Bank
Bank of Xenia Hamilton
Pittsburg
Virginia
Kentucky
Louisville
Dayton Bank Urbanna Banking Company
Southern notes Eastern
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7,507 22
320 09
115,034 19

85,743 28

Our notes
Pult "tto..payable Philmalelphia

Frank lin Hank, Cincinnati
Lafayette Mink, do.
Ohio 1.]fe Ins. ft, Trust Company

Deposite banks, viz. :
Clinton Batik of Columbus
Union Bank, Maryland

Distant banks :
S. Batik Indiana, Terre Haute
2,782 32
Evansville - 3,404 23
165,455 00
Vincennes - 2,150 28
Bank of Marietta
878 67
Chillicothe - 8.395 13
Z'marine . 5,931 36
Circleville - 1,882 63
l'Utshorg
179 '23
Comini trial Batik, Scioto
- 7,184 Si)
Farms-is and Mehliniscs' Bank
Sten!ien% ille
•
• 17,610 99
Dayton Bank - 29,533 37
Northwestern Bank, Virginia
1,533 98
Atlas Bank
•
1,828 58
-- 83,295 49

00
%%700 00
.511 00
1,110 00
1105 00
.! 00

i3 09
'2,123 60
1,773 00
06,733 00
---.......--

101,700 40

221,753 71

Circulation
.
.
Our notes, prepare61 for circulation, sau hand, attcl charged
cash, as per contra -

-

..,54300

-

165,4.53 00

litilivitlual del/mites

-

-

-

.

632,003 00
167,332 71

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WM.

STATE of the Commercial Bank of Cincinnati, 28th day of November, 1835, inclusive.
-

-

$1,235,134 18
635,639 15

Suspended debt
Porsonal property
deposite
banks
Remittance to
Expense account
Agency at St. Louis
A. Cady, U. S. A., in anticipation of funds Due from banks-City b'ks, viz :
Lafayette Bank
Ohio Life Ins. and Trust Co. Office Bank U. S., Cincinnati

-

-

-

-

Bills discounted Domestic'bills of exchange

$6,586 02
22,129 58
29,687 37

Capital stock paid in Discounts, &c.:
773 33
Discounts received $1'7
8
22, 09 57
Exchange account 1 42 .50
279 34 25 Profit and loss '3 24 48 Protest account 80 93 89 State %of Ohio Treasurer of United States
1 •74 55 Public officers, viz:
T. A. Morris, U. S. A.
Robert T. Lytle; sue. gen.
John Sanders, lieut. eng'rs

-

-

-

-

-

$43,657 18
1,660 73

-

-

_
547,444 06

-

$8,592 20
14,474 16
771 70

..

15,699 28
221 27
2,389 52
425 09
2,309 86
2,488 16
409 73
24,142 82

istant banks, viz :
Schuylkill Bank
Office Bank U. S., St. Louis Natchez Do.
do.
Northern Bank, Kentucky State Bank, Id's, Lafayette N. Albany.
Do.
do.
Bank or Lcnisville
Bank of Veal ma n, Woods & Cr.
Bank of Kentucky, Louisville
Office Bank Virg., Charleston
Urbana Banking Company -


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

9,483 13
368 01
36 84
1,742 69
459 83
2,257 15
1,835 01
587 24
24,110 17
6,544 37
62$ 00

Contingent fiind
.
Unclaimed dividends Due to banks-City hanks, viz:
Franklin Bank, Cincinnati Deposite banks, viz :
Girard Batik
State 11'k, hid. Mad:son
Do.
do.
Lavvrenceb'g
I/o.
do.
Richmond Do.
do.
Indianapolis Commercial Bank, N. Orl's Clinton Bank, Columbus .

-

-

7,497 69

9,131
12,128
23,019
11,826
6,060
11,813
15,056

35
36
99
15
32
57
32
89,036 06

,

45,317
9,025 6
121 1
5,503 4

23,838 06

58,402 97
It eposite banks, Si:
Louisville Savings Institution Bank of the Metropolis
Bank of America
Batik Michigan
Union Bank of Tennessee Union Bank of Mar)land
ltler. & Man. Bank, l'ittsburg

$1,003,000 0

Distant banks, viz:
Paul: of Kentucky, Lexingt'n
do.
Do.
Maysville
Do.
do.
Frank fort
State Bank Ind. Terre Haute
Do.
do.
Evansville.
Do.
do.
Vincesivics Hank of Hamilton -

232 48
1,619 85
214 26
2,624 32
3,275 35
1,263 88
49 65

571,282 12
10,003
454 0

State of the Commercial Bank of Cincinnati-Continued.
. .
61 59
2,512 81

Franklin Bank, Columbus Agricultural Bank, Natchez -

50,628 84

ink notes on hand, viz :
.
Our notes
Our post notes, payable Phil'a
ity banks, viz:
Franklin Bank
Lafayette Bank
Ohio Life Ins. and Trust Co. eposite banks, viz :
Mer. 8t Man. Bank, Pittsburg
State Batik Ind., Madison
Lawrenceb'g
do.
Do.
istant banks, viz :
United States' Bank Southern banks
Eastern banks
Bank of Virginia
Batik of Pittsburg
Bank of Kentucky
Bank of Louisville
Bank of Xenia
Bank of Hamilton
Dayton Bank pecie :
Silver: American coin
Foreign do.
Gold: American do.
Foreign do.
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

-

133,169 63
-

88,407 00
36,030 00
124,437 00

5,476 00
8,202 00
6,590 00
20,268 00
7,090 00
3,000 00
6,656 00
8,715 00
110 00
3,615 00
2,540 00
1,645 00
7,625 00
2,400 00
3,876 00
5,496 00
1,925 00

Individual deposites Circulation, viz :
Our notes Our notes prepared for circtilation on hand, and charged
cash as per contra Our notes on hand at the agencyst St. Louis, under date
of 14th Nov.
$44,803
- 50,000
In transitu :
.

-

5,460 00
736 52

7,241
20,935
1,567
13,484

87
90
00
79
-

7
-

205,564 19
145,764 19

486,760 00

124,437 00
.
100,803 00
225,240 00 ,

37,947 00
33,110 00
73,962 50

706 17
20,399 02
10,336 17
1,725 51
14,843 90
1,098 92
7,381 50

109,030 44
16,746 00

-

Bank of Marietta
Batik of Chillicothe .
.
Z3nesville
Bank of
Bank of Circleville Bank of Pittsburg Batik Xenia Commercial Rank of Scioto Farmers 8c. Mechanics' Bank,
Steubenville
Dayton Bank
Northwestern Bank, Virginia
Atlas Bank -

74,961 I'

71'2,0:10 0#

113,315 02
2,705,035 22

2,705,035 2',

107,072 50

-

_

6,196 5`.46 00


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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4 .•

IP

'4111.

STATE of the Commercial Bank of Cincinnati, 30th day of December, 1835, inclusive.
Bills discounted Domestic bills of exchange

-

$1,332,747 33
734,434 62

Suspended debt
Real Estate :
Banking house
Personal property

-

-

Purchase from Bank U. States
Expense account
John Sanders, lieut. engineers,
Ill anticipation funds
Remittances to New York and
Philadelphia
RemAtances to Pittsburg
Bills and notes payable 3t St.
Louis
Agency at St. Louis
Due from banks :
City Banks :
Franklin Bank, Cincinnati Lafayette Bank, Cincinnati Ohio Life Insurance fk. Trust
Company Office Bank U. S., Cincinnati

$2,067,181 95
21,20276

-

32,500 00
1,242 .50

_
_

.-

33,742 .50
41,562 5C
3,981 82

_

_

50

_
_

212,250 00
19,736 00
261,986 00

_
_

-

$17,527 19
4,719 03
3,889 97
'29,687 37
7,168
306
425
2,299

28
27
00
05
1,12,198 60

Distant banks :
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_

-

-

_
_

$72,703 74
1,693 20

Profit and loss Protest account
S'ate of Ohio Bills payable .
.
Treasurer of the United States
Public officers :
T. A. Morris, U. S. A.
Robt. T. Lytle, surveyor gen.
A. H. Bowman, lieut. cog. C. A. Ogden, capt. eng. •
A. Cady, United States army

-

415,639 23

$15.292
12,149
10,404
502
3,543

39
57
30
00
90

31,000,000 00

74,396 94
9,010 16
140 95 _
5,5
,
5 44
374,062 .50

,

t'n

42,392 16

55,823 56
Deposite hanks:
Louisville Savings institution Bank or the Metropolis
Bank of Michigan
Commerc;a1 Bank, N. Orleans

-

Capital stock paid in Discounts, ti.c. :
Discounts received Exchange account -

10,206 37
609 01

58,012 75
256,261 87

Post Office Department
Contingent fund
Unclaimed dividends Due to banks:
City banks:
Miami Exporting Company Deposite banks:
Clinton Bank, Columbus Union Bank, Tennessee
Union Bank, Maryland
Bank Of Amcrica .
Mer. and Man. Bank, Pitts'g
GuardBan
r
k
State Bank of Ind., Indianap.
Do
do
Madison Do
do
Richmond
do
Do
Lawrenc'g

-

-

-

12,001 24

-

36,820 78
164 77
276 78
17,424 88
3,746 84
9,778 53
3,470 77
5,165 47
3,339 85
8,16.5 79
88,354 46

458,031 39
3,721 89
10,00 ofi
454 00

c.,it

Stole ol Me Commercial Ronk of Cincinnati—Continued.
111.1ao,' bao.k•—i otsloored.
fl.n. ..1 Krntuck). Lonna/ilk
it.. of Louisville •
.
lI'.k ifVeatmsn, Wavl.k CO.
‘griciiltinal Bank. Natchez .
I iss.klei Bank, Colinrisbus ...tee Bank Indl.„ New Albany
do Lafayette lo
office Bank Va. Charleston -

7.753 04
789 49
2.767 48
2.998 68
192 54
2.237 15
595 25
40158 22
32,407 16

Bank notes on hand
Our notes
Our post notes payable at Phil's

106,303 00
37,320 00

City hanks :
14,448 00
Franklin Bank
34,986 00
1.afm ette Bank
' Ohio Life Insurance and Truitt
19,000 00
Company 1,974 00
Miami Exporting Company •
—
—
Deposite banks :
3,00000
•
State Bank Ind., Madison
Lawntice'g
3,478 00
do
1/0
630 00
Clinton Bank, Columbus
Nit rchants and Manufacturers'
230 00
Bank, Pittsburg,
Distant Banks:
Bank United States
Dayton Bank. Bank of Xenia
Bank of Hamilton
Bank of Marietta
Bank of Virginia
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

26,790 00
2,013 00
293 00
759 00
715 00
29(1 00
415 00
6,0(al 00

70,40800

11,alant ban 5.
Bank of Kentucky. Frankfort
Bank of Kentucky, Leithigton
It. kof Kentucky,
Ni.rthern Bank of Kassellty
Bank of Hamilton Hank of Marietta .
Hank of Chillicothe .
Bank of Zanesville Bank of Circleville Bank of Pittsburg .
98,42932
Bank ofX rnia
State Bank of Indiana, Terre
Haute
143,62300
State Bank of Indiana, Evans.
yule
State flank of Indiana, Vincennes
Commercial Bank of Scioto
Farmers & Mechanics' Hank
of Steubenville Dayton Bank
Northwestern Bank, Virginia
Atlas Bank •

100 00
232 48
732 08
1,0337?
3,104 23
4.847 53
21.806 41
380 83
3,904 71
29,526 78
720 92
1,404 75
3.047 19
1,763 88

6,389 46
4,365 36
2/1,246 23
4,539 39
10,569 96
126,455 78
226,811 48

7,338 00

Circulation :
Our notes in circulation
Our notes prepared for circulation, on hand, and charged cash account. per Contra
Our notes at the Agency, St.
Louis, on hand, per report
17th i December, 1835
Individual deposites

—

717,502 00

143,623 00
70,875 00
-—

214,498 00
_ •

232,000 00
196,758 62

Southern
Eastern

75 00
330 00
37,70000
115,44600

Specie :
Silver :
American coin
Foreign coin

$50,900 00
132,296 96

Gold:
American coin
Foreign coin

5,395 00
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183,19696

6,223 44
42 50
189,462 90
$3,290,893 87
•

$3,290,893 87

WM. S. HATCH, Cashier.
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Exhibit qf the state a/ the Franklin Ban/cal
Cincinnati, February 1, 1834.
Domestic bills a,,d notes discounted
Bills of exchange discounted
•
Due from various banks •
Incidental charges
to Permanent expenses
Cash on hand, viz.
Specie
•
Notes of other banks
-

935,533 06
649,248 24
57,635 38
740 51
4,000

•
•
• $133,914 44
•
74,033

207,947 44

Capital stock paid in
Bank notes in circulation
Discount and premium accoun
t Due various banks
Treasurer of the United States
Dividends unpaid
Contingent fund
J. II. Groesbeck, Pension Agent
Individual deposites
.

•••

990,900
222,481
14,445 46
110,977 52
339,663 61
1,665
17,517 99
8,465
148,989 05

$1,855,104 63
$1,855,104 63
-AUGUSTUS MOORE, Cashier.
.
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UP

Exhibit of the stale of the Franklin Bank
of Cincinnati, February 8,
1834.
fills and notes discounted (domestic)
Bills of exchange
Due from various banks Incidental expenses
Permanent expenses
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•

936,778 61
711,504 64
52,161 67
577 69
4,000
•
-

125,811 53
41,641
165,452 53

Capital stock paid in
.
.
Bank notes in circulation
.
Discount and premium accoun
ts
Due to various banks
.
Treasurer of the United
States
Post Oflice Department
J. H. Groesbeck, Pension
Agent
Dividend No. 1 .
.
Contingent fund
Individual deposites
a

990,900
285,803
7,208 47
41,501 99
346,592 37
120
9,712 50
15,447
17,517 99
155,641 82

$1,870,475 14 !
$1,870,475,14

r"I
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CO

AUGUSTUS MOORE% Cashier.

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Exhibit of Me state of Me Franklin Bank of Cincinnati, February ,13, 1834.
Domestic bills and notes discounted
Bills of exchange
Due from various banks •
Incidental expenses
Permanent expenses
Cash on hand, viz.
Specie
• $119,329 72
Notes of other banks .• 211,847

$939,831
684,263
46,086
590
4,000

87
12
63
86

149,176 72

Capital stock paid in
Bank notes in circulation
Discount and premium aczounts
Due to various banks
Treasurer of the United States .
J. II. Groesbeck, Pension Agent
Dividend No. 1 Contingent fund Individual deposites

$990,000
265,943
8,942 27
37,800 65
348,146 61
9,312 50
2,187
17,517 99
143,199 18

$1,823,949 20

L.J

• #1,823,949 20

AUGUSTUS MOORE, Cashier.
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Exhibit of the state of the Franklin Bank of Cincinnati, February 22, 1834.
Domestic blIlls and notes discounted
Bills of exchange discounted
•
Due from various banks .
.
Incidental expenses
Permanent do
Cash on hand, viz.
'Specie
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•

•

934,023 99
685,902 76
57,881 03
607 82
4,000

. 119,645,22
.
30,678
150,523 22
#1,832,738 84

Capital stock paid in
Bank notes in circulation
Discount and premium accounts
Due to various banks
Treasurer of the United States .
J. II. Groesbeck, Pension Agent
Dividend No. 1 Contingent fund Individual deposites

990,900
249,134
9,993 86
53,833 21
332,121 61
9,162 50
2,181
17,517 99
167,894 67
$1,832,738 84
AUGUSTUS MOORE, Carhier.

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Exhibit of the state of the Franklin Bank qf Cincinnati, March
Bills and notes discounted, (domestic)
Bills of exchange discounted
Due from various banks Incidental expenses
Permanent expenses
' Cash on hand, viz.
Specie
•
Notes of other banks

938,344
647,266
60,442
725
4,000
-

29
53
43
41

135,278 79
70,111
205,389 79

1, 1834.

Capital stock paid in
Bank notes in circulation Discount and premium account
Due various banks
Dividends uncalled for Contingent fund •
J. II. Groesbeck, Pension Agent
Treasurer of the U. States
Individual deposites
•

990.900
233,432
12,021 39
57,915 19
1,896
17,517 99
9,162 50
386,544 11
166,779 27

81,856,168 45

81,856,168 45

AUGUSTUS MOORF., Cashier.

Exhibit of the state of the Franklin Bank of Cincinnati, March
Domestic bills and notes discounted
Bills of exchange discountcd
Due from :160114 banks Incidental expenses
Permanent
do
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Specie
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945,245 55
589,776 92
84,977 64
724 02
4,000
91,395 16
34,282
125,677 16

81,750,401 29

Capital stock paid in
Bank notes in circulation
•
Discount and premium accounts Due to various banks
Treasurer of the U. States
Dividends uncalled for •
Contingent fund J. H. Groesbeck, Pension Agent
Individual depositcs
-

22, 1834.

992,400
190,215
18,729 21
34,080 17'
322,775 32
1,500
17,517 99
28,254 83
144,928 77

$1,750,401 29
AUGUSTUS MOORE., Cashier.

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Exhibit of the stale qf the Franklin Bank of Cincinnati, March 29, 1834.
CO
$992,400
184,609
20,491 75
41,850 24
363,052 53
1,500
17,517 99
25,679 05
131,433 82

Capital stock paid in
Notes in circulation
Discount and premium account
Due to various hanks .
Treasurer of the U. States
Di% Wend No. 1, •
156,436 42 , Contingent fund .
J. II. Groesbeck, Pension Agent
.
Individual deposites

Bills and iwtes discounted
Bill of exchange discounted
Due from various banks Incidental charges
Permanent expenses
Cash on hand, viz.
Notes on sarioUs banks, and specie

$948,535
612,643
36,196
722
4,000

87
88
13
06

51,778,334 38

$1,778,534 38

AUGUSTUS MOORE, Cashier.

Exhibit of the state of the Franklin Bank of Cincinnati, april 19, 1834.
Bills and notes discounted
Bills of exchange discounted
Due from various banks •
Incidental expenses
Permanent expenses
Cash, viz.
Notes of other banks
•
.
Specie


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5 58,656
111,175 63

$942,325 70 ! Capital stock paid iii
559,072 69 Bank notes in circulation
.
124,262 62 Due to various banks
Discount and premium account
3,867 06
J. 11. Groesbeck, pension agent 4,000
Treasurer of the United States .
Dividends unpaid
Contingent fund
169,931 63 Individual deposites
$1,803,339 70

0992,400
159,164
29,261 25
28,029 45
18,473 95
386,724 13
1,470
17,517 99
170,318 91
$1,803,339 70

AUGUSTUS MOORE, Cashier.

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STATE of the Clinton Bank of Columbus,6th day of October, 1835.
Mlh discounted, viz :
On personal security
Exchange account Real estate:
Banking house
Expense account Due from banks:
Phenix Bank, New York
Mechanics' Bank,Phila. Franklin Bank, halt.
Union Bank, Mary land Bank of Pittsburg
Mr.& Mc. It'k, Wheeling
Franklin Bank, Cincinnati
Franklin Bank, Columbus
Urbana Banking Company
Bank of Zanesville
'Massillon
Norwalk
Sandusky
Circleville
Mt. Pleasant
Corn. Bank; Cincinnati
Bank of Chillicothe
Lancaster, Ohio, Bank
State Bank of Indiana
Bank notes On hand
Specie :
Silver:
American coin
Foreign do
Gold:
American coin
Foreign do


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$476,873 44
1,815 00
5,000 00
1,335 11
135,947 21
2,662 09
474 94
2,153 20
2,306 36
14,761 60
2,615 66
1,927 68
7,595 82
5,030 47
3,160 26
7,303 01
5,111 95
1,846 16
2,217 75
6,233 47
1,363 66
23,009 36
67 40
90,986 83

Capital stock paid in
Discounts, &c.
Discounts received
Exchange account
Interest account
Profit and loss
Treasurer of United States.,
Public officers:
Marshal J. Patterson National Road Fund
Due to banks :
Corn. Bank, Lake Erie Bank of Dayton
'Wooster
Cleaveland
Canton
Scioto
Commercial Bank,
Weskrn Reserve Bank Bank of Pennsylvania Xenia Steubenville Circulation
Individual deposites

$183,600 00
8,662 93
1,916 79
42 43
2,719 27
240,075 45
100 95
71,764 22
5,931 66
933 12
2 72
9,708 70
72 84
139 73
218 79
2 00
469 26
21 72
532,164 00
49,995 69

101,894 49
4,849 35
$908,542 27

$908442 27

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STATE of the Clinton Bank of Columbus, 14th day of November, 1835.
Bills discounted:
On personal security
Exchange account
Real estate:
Banking house
Expense account
Due from banks:
Phcenix Bank, N. York Mechan;cs' Bank, Philad.
Franklin Bank, Halt.
Union Bank of Maryland
M.and M. B'k, Wheeling
Lan. 0. Bank Bank of Chillicothe
Franklin B'k, Cincinnati
Corn. Bank, Cincinnati Bank of Sandusky
Bank of Geauga
Western Res. Bank
Bank of Wooster
Urbana Banking Cp.
State B'k of Ind. at T. H.
Bank notes on hand:
Eastern
Western
Specie:
Silver:
American coin
Foreign coin
Gold;
American coin
Foreign coin


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$574,100 67
5,515 00
5,000 00
1,905 07
162,770 01
1,580 59
474 94
2,732 20
2,894 48
13,605 81
250 53
1,925 94
7,735 18
8,456 30
50 00
169 82
4,685 08
797 60
265 05
28,687 00
131,106 36

102,818 24

Capital stock paid in
Disconnts,
Discounts received
Exchange account
Interest account
Profit and loss
Treasurer of U. States
Public officers:
Marshal
National road fund
Due to banks:
Fraklin B'k, Columbus
Bank of Cleaveland
Bank of Dayton
Corn. Bank, Lake Erie.
Bank of Xenia Bank of Steubenville Bank of Pittsburg
Branch do. at Beaver Pleasant
Bank Mount
Bank of Massillon
Bank of Circleville
Corn. Bank, Scioto
Bank of Ind. at M.
Bank of Zanesville
Bank of Norwalk
Circulation
Individual deposites

$252,125 00
13,874
2,273
91
2,748
295,398

59
27
61
06
81

100 95
33,844 52
12,196 67
10,855 69
2,032 27
4,182 47
905 41.
897 79
1,170 76
72 00
789 75
134 74
79 97
2,069 85
232 60
874 76
•
612 15
372,504 00
52,511 91

7,053 73
$1,062,579 60

$1,062,579 60

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S1'_17'E of the ClinIon Bank of Colunabus, 28th day of Nov. 18.
dddla discounted:
On personal in•curity
Exchange account Beal estatc:
Bank
EIpeliSt. Jrc,,tttlt

Due from baiiik•.
• Ft ii hank, New York.
Bank of Clitll.cothe
Lan. 0. Bank
Franklin Rank, Cincinnati
Commercial Bank, do .
Mechanics' Rank, Ptula..
Union Rank of Maryland .
Franklin Bank,114dtimore
State Wk
at l'. H.
Bank of Wonster
.
Bank of Gealiga •
C•im. II ink, Lake Erie Bank of Maass lion
Commercial Bank, Scioto Bank notes on hand:
Eastern .
Western Specie:
American coin
Foreign do
Gold:
American coin
Foreign
do

•
-

Capital stock paid in
Discount', &C.:
Discounts received
Exchange account
5,000 00
Interest
do
1,750 15 Profit and loss
'treasurer of United States 85.910 33 Public officers:
46053
Marshal of United States
5.968 99
National road fund
8,238 OS Doe to banks:
30.772 13
Feanklm Rank, Columbus
1,576 39
Rank of Cleaveland
2,964 07
hawk of Da)ton 474 94
Bank of Pittsburg
26' 03
Brai.ch ofd i. at Beaver 5,487 62
Bank of Xeina
•
30 00
14. Sr. M. Bank, iteuben.
4,226 72
Batik of Circlesille
4,801 24Bank of Mount Pleasant 37.15
Bank of Indians, at Mad.
Bank of Norwalk •
40,328 09
Bank of Zanesville
.
172,12u 92
Western Reserve Rank Bank of
•
Urbana HA I.k.r.g; Cu.
Rank of San isky
104,954 91
M. 8r, M. Bank, Wheeling
Circulation
Individual deposites
7,231 15

$392,474 51
1,515 00

$1,056.648 04

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,
1 256,175 00
15,409 11
2,630 68
79 58
2,753 71
263,398.81
100 95
7,172 49
6,044 38
4,423 07
882 77
1,40726
72 00
820 91
967 79
244 71
789 75
232 60
4,373 19
752 88
744 68
546 66
4,014 40
3,951 57
10,446 54
398,227 00
67,963 35
81,n56,648 04

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Columbus,12th day of Dec.1835.
STATE of the Clinton Bank of

f

Bills discounted:
On personal security
Exchange account Real estate:
Banking house
Expense account
Due from banks:
Phcenix Bank
Mechanics' Bank, Phila. •
Franklin Bank, Baltimore Franklin Bank, Cincinnati
do
Corn. Bank,
Conn. Bank, Lake Erie
Bank of Cleaveland
Bank of Muskingum
Bank of Marietta Bank of Wheeling
Bank of Circleville
Bank of Zanesville
State B'k of Indi. at T. H.
Bank of Chillicothe
Lan. 0. Bank
Bank of Michigan
State Bank of Indiana at R.
Bank of Mount Pleasant Bank notes on hand:
Eastern Western Specie:
Silver:
American coin
Foreign do
Gold:
American coin
Foreign do


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.278,323 00
Capital stock paid in
Discounts, &c
16,766 SS
Discounts received
Exchange account, (pre2,378 47
miums received)
5,000 00
54 IS
Interest account 1,828 28
2,761 91
Profit and loss
123,189 06
49,224 12 Treasurer of United States.
1,512 38 Public officers:
100 95
Marshal of United States
2,785 10
7,172 49
7,904 02 National road fund •
29,044 54 Due to banks:
2,681 21
Franklin Bank, Columbus
9,604 77
232 60
State Bank, Indiana, at M.
965 00
4,314 00
Urbana Banking Co.
3,229 34
4,374 20
Dayton Bank
242 31
848 00
Bank of 1Vooster
13,267 17
1,349 42
Bank of Pittsburg
1,044 09
3,963'70
Bank of Norwalk
177 81
705 81
Western Ws. Bank
265 05
1,609 11
ky
Bank of SAii,liss
1,100 00
6,67.; 20
Bank of X cilia 454 67
868 65
Bank of struhenville
13,000 00
2,703 37
Bank of wissillon
218 85
72 00
Pittsburg Branch at B.
2,707 23 I
789 79
Corn. Bank, Scioto
394,:122 00
•
129,496 00 Circulation
60,552 HO
179,131 32 Individual deposites

0546,862 94
•363 00

109,527 HI
8,033 12
$1,117,010 94

40

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STATE of the

Ctiston Bank of Columbus,-day of-,183-.

Bilk discounted
tII t persons'
Exchange account
Kcal c•Iale:
Banking house
Eaciense account
Die from Lank:
Urbana Banking Co.
Bank of Zanesville
Franklin B'k of Cincin'ti
Union Bank of Mar,land
State Bank of Iiiihana Mechanics' Bank, Philad.
•
Bank of Norwalk
Bank of sandusky
Franklin Bank of Halt.
Com. Bank, ciliCItIna•
Bank oft'lullicotlie
Bank of Wiitiater
Bank of Xenia
Western Reserve Bank
Bank of Geangs
Bank of Nliiskingum
Bank of Orcleville
Pluenix Bank, N. York
Lan. Ohio Bank
Bank notes on liand:
YAstern Western Specie:
Siker:
American coin
Foreign coin
Gold:
American coin
Foreign coin


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$522,291 76
1,513 00
5,600 00
1,597' 26
7,347 74
4,931 id2
4,761
2,135 20
67 40
1,685
14,630 HI
8,331
474 14
3,331
14.74$
..21.3 11
91 39
781 la
50 00
3,391 50
8,638 08
92,841 76
18,331 81

Capita stock paid in
Discounts, 81.c.
Discounts received
Exchange account
Interest account
Profit and loss
Treasurer of U. States
Public officers:
Marshal U. S. National road fund
Due to banks:
Cons. Bank, Lake Erie
Bank of Cleaveland
Bank of Mount Pleasant
Corn. Bank, Scioto
Bank of Da ton
•
Bank of Steubenville •
BAnk of Wheeling
Batik of Pittsburg
Franklin B'k, Columbus
Bank of NI.issillon
Circulation
Indtsidual deposites

$207,430 00
11,816 91
2,161 47
74 74
2,736 21
219,364 41
100 95
53,844 52
9,72988
13,296 75
789 75
1,561 49
2,279 27
483 15
450 55
1,170 76
5,979 26
134 74
355,057 00
63,394 57

20,843 00
82,260 05

100,992 67
5,693 42 ,
$931,881 38

'931,881 38

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STATE of the Clinton Bank of Columbus on Saturday, the 26th day ql
December, 1835.
Bills discounted:
On personal security
Exchange account
Beal estate:
Banking-house
Expense account
Due from banks:
Plicenix Bank
Corn. Bank, Lake Erie Union Bank,Tennessee Bank of Louisville
Bank of Michigan
State Bank, Indiana
Franklin Bank,Columbus
Branch Bank, Cincinnati
Bank, Cleaveland
Bank, Moskingum
Union Bank, Maryland Wooster Bank Bank, Sandusky Bank, Xenia
M. & U. Bank, Wheeling
Bank, Circleville
Corn. Bank, Cincinnati Ilassillon
.
Bank, Zanesville
Bank, Dayton
Franklin Bank, Baltimore
Bank, Chillicothe
LAII. 0. Bank Bank notes on hand:
Eastern Western
.
Specie: Silver:
American and foreign coin
Gold:
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Capital stock paid in
$518,017 28 Discounts, &c.:
365 00 ,
Discounts received
Exchange account
•
3,000 00 '
Interest account
1,9;.1 46 ' Profit and loss
Treasurer of United States
24,861 44 ' Public officers:
15,822 55 !
Marshal United States 1,046 70 '
National road fund
2,770 23 Due to banks:
12,997 50
Bank, Pittsburg
1,349 32 '
Bank, Norwalk
6,876 12
Western Reserve Bank F.& U. B'k, Steubenville
13,706 30 ;
Bank, Mount Pleasant 1,226 79
Branch Pittsburg Bank,
1,071 :14
Beaver
12 67 ,
7,492 96
Corn. Bank, Scioto
Urbana Banking Com22,727 68
pany 1,045 SO
7,416 76 Circulation
961 69 Individual deposites
30,953 78
2,174 88
179 72
953 37
2,885 10 ,
2,224 82
6,918 38

$284,700 00
17,492 10
2,603 98
.56 38
2,765 66
311,629 20
3,100 93
7,172 49
1,349 42
7,444 70
997 07
815 78
300 27
72 00
949 90
3,763 90
394,177 00
90,858 72

28,515 64
285,862 27
111,194 68
11,748 77 .1
,
I!
,
!
i $1,130,249 52 i
'.!

$1,130,249 52

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V-TABLE, Ranks of Ohrb.

Name, place, and date.

'Lams and Stocks. Roal Ilstatc.
Discounts.

Lancaster, Ohio. Barth, Lancaster, Jan. 15,1835 - $556,391 14
Dayton Bank, Dnyton, Dee.
22,1834 - a)242,719 4.
Farmers Bank, Canton, Jan.
19, 1835 169,691 04
Belmont Bank,St. Clairscille,
Dee.24, 1834 2065t,
86
Conunercial Bank of Lake
Erie,Cleaveland,Jan.1,1835
507,770 14
Urbana Banking Company,
• Urbana,Jan. 13, 1835
141,478 53
Bank of Sandusky, Sandusky
.
City, 1gc.1,1a4
36,8145 27
Westerniteset ve Bank, Warren, Dec. 29, 1834
- (h)9 2,115 13
Chilicothe Bank, Chilicothe,
Jan. 13, 1835
- . 518,167
Bank ofMuskingum,Putnam,
125,83257
Jan. 15, 1835 Bank of Marietta, Marietta,
(c)126,322 74
Jan. 5, 1835
Commercial Bank of &ion),
Portsmouth, Jan. 14, 1835
123,6875
Bank of Mount Pleasant, M't
Pleasant, Jan.6, 1835
299,5W 00
Franklin Bank of Columbus,
Columbus, Jan. 14, 1835 567,942 08
Farmersand Mechanics Bank,
260,334 14
Steubenville, Jan. 21, 18:35,
4,183,926

r

0.2.5001

Due from
Banks.

Bank
Notes, I

$5,330.99 $77,024 101 34,871 0tti'
/
19,599 57 19574
J,97002
3,703 37

43,891,67 47,916 00

1,88000

35,663 13 31,800'00

3,887 58(e)74,546 31 42,281 014
:13,696 16 25,29820'

1.2(0)

31,071

4,435 taks
60.'141 00

21 830 07

175,623 54 59,3441 3t
80,445 4

20,90000
213350

19,459 4i
,
14,521 33
9'122 7tr.
,i
20,907
18,149404
19,252 39 18,142 91

90,242 81 96,407 71k•

9,5001

8,609 70

33,444 10 37,690 Ot

72,745 24

739,930 161524,848 36'

Including $1,699 50 suspended debt.
Debts due the Bank.
Including $6,079 86 suspended debt.
Real estate, banking house, and furniture.
Including $50,546 11, put down as "specie in eity of New York, subject t,to Sc
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li•oni, Reports to the Legislatore.
i
I
Specie. i ()Owl
' lw,,Nun,mts.

92,250 081
51,973 01
1,t.42 07

Due to,
Banks.

Circulation.

102,640 00

18,810 C4

1,87108 214,125 00

70,00000

27,491,02

2,317 96 207,091 00

155,550 00()31,863 22

2,40342 197,978 00

515 31

50,111 57()30,030 76

18,042 78

' 50,600 00

50,816 MS

144,057 50

85,12991
30,465 98 014,018 57

3,154 48

6,181 11

-

350,300 00i

99,540 03j

8,643 41

110,650 001

12,192 15

136,44k2 00
34,000 00 A

•
119,175 00 (k)56,117 50
361,781 58
111,372 00

17,018 16

71,750 00

17,316 06

92,892 00

38,919 55

187,384 00

49,337 TA

431,125 00

122,087 29

4,44756 315,376 00

117,319 50,

45,013 55
.

3,259 92 229,576 50
,.

152,715 04(g)16,557 51
61,818 41
1422,221 68

Other

249,314 a9(093,226 02 32,769 05 301,745 00

51,599 24
30,30965

Dept,sitcs

$184,100 00 $142,
,229 73 02,991 376357,529 00

79,415 71

44,401 58

Capital.

27,433

8,360 31

593 41

17,963 451 12,508 17
549 07

82,451 72
78,648
137,037

,371,253 57' 734,673 11! 106,611 90 ,978,288 80

(_,
f) In the hands of agents.
Itcal and personal property.
Ine1uding809 76 rindrawn dividends.
s To State of Ohio $17,8811 644.
Including $115 OR unclaimed dividends.
i Debts due by the Bank after deducting amount of notes in circulation..

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56,147 50

Name, place, and date.

Loans and dis- Stocks. Real estate. Due from
counts,
banks.
'

ommercial,Cincinnati, May
16,1835
- $1,481,465 03
Franklin, Cincinnati,May 16,
1835
1,622,234 51
linton, Columbus, May 12,
1835
367,614 54
'

Zanesville, Zanesville, Nov.
13, 1835
Circleville, Circleville, Nov.
11, 1835
Norwalk, Norwalk, Nov.-9,
1835
Xenia, Xenia, Nov. 6, 1835 Ohio Life 6t. Trust Co. Cincinnati, Nov. 27, 1835
Hamilton, Hamilton, Nov.
_
_
19, 1835

Cleaveland, Cleaveland, January, 1835 Massillon,Massillon,Jan. 1835
do Wooster, Wooster,

Geaguti, Painesville, Jan.1825
Lafayette, Cmeinna:i, dJ

olumbiana, New Lisbon,Nocamber, 1835 • ' mi Ex. Co.Cincinnati,November, 1835
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3,471,311 11

264,247 281
388,873 71•
275,239 21
124,638 00
898,707 31
145,027 00

Bank
notes.

_

_

_

$23,833 33

159,936 11 101 ,595

_

-

34,793 33 42,9l6

_

23,833 33

383,64;6 09231,422 .

8188,936 65$86,9U

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returns to the Treasury Department.
Specie.

$141,849

Other investments.

Capital.

Deposites.

Due to
Banks.

Circulation.

Other
liabihties.

$1,631 221,000,000 00 $424,565 02 $141,217 97 $285,817 00

$4,609 4

175,152 I

2,233 641,000,000 00

89,6057

522,921 70

112,105 06 372,514 00

107,650 11

57,06048 198,336 00

3,864 862,155,000 001,055,136 83

310,382 50 856,667 00

_

399,608 10

155,00000

481 0

5,093

returns to the Treasury Department.

40,32688

146,510 50

4,475 38

193,503 0

60,354 39

'200,00000

22,733 58127,377 44

243,000 0

31,522 3e
'65,603

132,521 21
74,04000

32,081 861
32,42500

229,120 00
105,000 00

259,588 5

46,758 84J

7,508 11

13,233 0' 675,367 00 140,326 43 211,587 17 536,390 00 152,473 00

28,613 00

65,00000

486,006 17 13,233

05 1,293,438 in

86,550 00
300,255 71

250,948 10 1,386,565 00

returns to the Legislature.

50,056 08
71,345
48,118 7

_
_
-

1
109,00000
100,000 00
62,048 91:
I

-

-

$16,998 00
176,048 00
98,941 00

69,520 I

_

264,048 91

_

_

35,98700

returns to the Legislature.
39,359 31

57,000 00
250,000 00

Banks of Ohio.

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152,473 00

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Y—TABLE VIII.

Totals.

Date.

Loans and
discounts.

Stocks. Realestate Due from
banks.

Bank notes I

1835
Total of tab:e I - 15 Jan. $4,183,926 56 $2,500 $72,745 24 $739,930 16 $524,848 36
Do.
II - 3 May
23,833 33 383,666 09 211,452 06;
3,471,314 11
7,655,240 67 2,500 96,578 57 1,123,596 25

Total oftables I&II
1835
Not.

24
Total of table IV
Do.
Do.
VI

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1835
Jan.
do.
1 do.

Total of tables IV,
1836
- 5 Jan.
V,and VI
Do. I, II,& III
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Table VII

1835
- 29 Jan.
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2,096,732 53

11,922 74

310,240 68

756,231 36
515,998

9,751,973 20 2,500 108,501 31 1,433,836 93 1,272,268 53
319,276

319,276 88
9,751,973 20 2,500 108,501 31 1,433,836 93
10,071,250 08

1,2viso

2,500 108,501 31 1,433,836 93 1,2'72,2%

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-tkontinued.
-SUMMARY.

Specie.

Other
investments.

Capital.

Deposites. Duetobanks. Circulation.

Other
liabilities.

$822,221 68 $27,433 46 2,371,253 57 $134,673 11 $106,611 902,978,288 80856,147 9
398,608 10 3,864 86 2,155,000 001,065,136 83 310,382 50 856,667 00 5,093 4
,221,829 78 31,298 32 4,526,253 571,789,808 94 416,994 403,834,955 80 61,240 94
486,006 17
1,707,835 95
169,520 30
39,359 31
_

13,233 05 1,293,438 71

300,255 71

250,948 101,386,565 03152,473 ii

44,531 37 5,819,692 282,090,065 65 667,942 505,221,520 90213,713
_
_
-

264,048 91
51,000 00 250,000 00

_
-

_

351,987 00
80,541 00

198,879 61
1,707,835 95

571,048 91
432,528 00
44,551 37 5,819,692 282,090,565 65 667,542 905,221,520 90213,713

1,906,715 56

44,531 37 6,390,741 192,090,065 65 667,942 905,654,048 80213,713
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No. 1.--TABLE 1.
Name, place, and date.

Loans and
discounts.

Real Other in- Due from
estate. vestin'ts. banks.

Commercial Bank, Cincinnati, January 4. 1836 $3,103,461 $32,500 $3,205 $501,847
do.,
Franklin Bank,
do.
1,195,414 31,758 2,000
142,861
do.,
Lafayette Bank.
do.
1,987,571 25,000
140,033
Ohio.Life TrustCo., do.,
January, 1836 1,515,952
357,116
Miami Expoiting Co.. do..
Total of Cincinnati banks

'October 17, 1836
•

7,1-02,398 90,258
591,742 2,377

5,205 1,141,857
3,3.44
86,681

8,391,140 92,635

8,549 1,20'3,538

On or near the Ohio ririr:
Columbiana. Batik, New Lisbon
Far'rs& Mee h'ics' Bk,Steubenville,Jan.6, 1836
Belmont Bank, St. Clairsville, Jan. 5, 1836
do.
Bank of Marietta, Marietta,
Scioto Bank, Portsmouth, January 7, 1836

98,009
376,758
316,088
145,184
306,450

96,331
110,417
43,364
27,886
109,727

8,i7I09
.3,357

20,00

l'alley of the Muskiagutn:
Fa:'non: Bank of Canton, Canton, Jan. 4, 1836
do.
Batik of Massillon. Massil!on,
do.
Bank of Wooster, Wooster,
Bank of Zanesville, Zanesville, January 8. 1836
Batik of Muskingum, Putnam. January 1, 18:16

211,803
247,151
213,046
343,204
239,378

3,765
2,500

4-97

2,511

1,Cioo

95,820
119,619 t
4,099
85,320
100,351

Valley el the S.rioio:
Franklin Bank of Columbus, Columbus
Clinton Bank, Columbus, January 4, 1836
Bank of Circleville, Circleville, January 1, is:it;
Lancaster Ohio Bank, Lancaster, Jan. 25, 1836
B'k of Mount Pleasant, Mt. Plea'et, Jan. 4, 1836.
Bank of Chillicothe, Chillicothe, Dee. tn, 1835 -

696,.191 12,270
557,139 7,651
414,160 4,754
fa:/2,72) 13,144
369,259 2,433
'704,526 21,139

5,500

46,030
261,017
75,199
72,291
32,709
245,494

Valley of the Miomi:
Urbana Banking Company,Urbana,Jan.5, 1836
Bank of Xenia; Xenia, December 8, 1835
Dayton Bank, Dayton, December 21, 1835
Bank of Hamilton Hamilton, January 12, 1836

252,294
122,833
285,685
192,015

535

11,018

2,570
2,277

43,691
16,389
118,946
49,926

On or near Lat.., Ern
Western Reserve Bank, Warren, Jun. 9, 145 Dein
Bank of Geauga,
Com'IBank of L. Eric. Cleo veland,Jim. 15, 1836
do.,
4,
Jan.
18:t6
Bank of Cleaveland.
Bank of Norwalk. Norwalk. November 30, 1836
Sandusky.
January
,
Bank of
31 loink, 110.1

I I. tint•li

279,878
197,629
611,910
411,257
272,587
214,810

A
6,147
6,494
3,485
1,196
4,900
1,980

56,654

734

90,755
57,385
74,429
86,291

17.079,714 223375 29,075 3,318,708

Cntamercia tint of Cincinnati ,,Wes, on aCCOURt of hills rateable, the cum inserted under the I cad of 'othtw
" Th. 1.4f1 vette Bank owes, for notes urea ierred loon oilice of Wilk t,f II. S.,(2lecinnati,0440,000. Cot.
tninaferred from other Souk ti. S.,674 507,inserted Under the head of 'other liabilities..
lection't on sreomo
(:ncnt oily reports, due from banks,
110 9th depodted in New York, 8246,000. Roth o
n.i
,
Obi.
The
, 1,1 th,,.ttor« tabt.e uwler the head of"due from banks." Its capital it Lives as In the table, end
.
shear NUM,ar,
the
with
male
for
deposites
company
a year and upwards.) The amount Fiveh iu the
tie•int.
Itrwk..t..
between
adtia
include," &noshes by the truAt depart:nob Ir711P75 08. Depontes by indiriduoie,
awe under tlw head "
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-BANKS OF OHIO.
Circulationj Deposite's. Due to other
Other
banks.
liabilities.

Notes of
other banks.

Specie.

• $658,491
431,825
103,916
61,990

8666,787
204,628
105,650
26.1,984

Sgb1,303 .W,418,148
737,168
576,952
201,701
531,207
728,301
551,699

1,246,049
119,531

3,761,503
122,768

1,259,222
36,198
1,295,410

17,355
38,758
53,604
16,191
28,169

2,759,981
261,881
---..--.
1,365,580 3,021,863

41,629
56,754
43,536
16,112
59,308

131,121
326,419
256,218
120,351
189,869

$314,252 $371,062

230,204

96,921
247;973

514:807

676,0.i7

919,351 I 888,869
153,023
_
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3,887,271 1 1,072,374 888,869
il
45,714
118,596
33,470
12,986
28,181

I

$1,400,000.
1,000,poo
1,00o,000
3,676,067
290,255 .
3,966,321

15,529
15,959
9,334
1,735
36,837

00,000
'117,319
155,550
95,170
146,474

51!,015 . 1,657
33,897
11,681
31,608
16,811
L
66,811
5,549
36,561

80,000
130,000
97,300
149,817
121,250

t
32,429
54,012
61,270
19,445
.22,273

56,124
61,431
53,403
51,728
31,068

281,817
212,759
180,671
270,771
230,753

'107,815
9/4,617
10,944
138,91O
-38,359
.50,463

152,660
114,879
51,158
70,417
45,815
176,416

366,956
376,812
286,572
598,903
217,063
539,354

105,300
481,671
29,902
250,254
73,601
168,285

27,607
. 11,315
25,861
17,093
'
967

49,928
28,836
33,461
33,307
. ..

38,398
68,129
81,961
53,107

198,055
105,141
279,686
189,816

59,910
47,401
91,461
37,709

. 15,515
1,101
5,252
677
•

492,761
58,316
9.4,930
43;411
16,005
17,617

35,530
31,759
75,387
56,747
38,867
16,371

228,300
196,046
388,936
981,988
187,814
175,451

81,149.
0,409
182,335
81,187
43,917
41,800

F

2.715,262 I 1,921,906 I 9,675,644

6,115,914
NOTEM.

475455
1-'8,650
209,009
P.12,q.-20

22,304

30,000

135,515•
80,175
129,995
99,385

2,136

29,537
.
:74,601
17,888
3,175
21403
1,420,615 1 921,006 I

151,412
67,000
fZ99,595
177,395
161,215
100,000

8,369.744

.

The acconnts of the Miami Exporting Company Include those of its branch at Conneaut.
This !able has been formed from the statements rendered to the L-lioature, with the exception of the et;IPIlle Its
iiof the atftirm of the banks of Circleville and Norwalk,and ofthe Miami ExlmrtIng Company, winch were made directly
v, this Itepartnicat.
and several of the other banks mentioned in the table, broke or in pentliht W1.4.
The Miami Exporting('
steut many yearl ago, and have lately hii•en resuscitated." No account ha, been received of th cun ma of the
Ailiisan Irian Company at Urativille, one of the lady resuin itated batiks

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A A 1.-Banks of,
!Liam

Carta'...lock

c 0•011.

paid

Ohio •L fe Intor. and 1'. oat Co. - Cismilmati
Commercial Bank of Cincionati Do.
Frabklin Bank of Cincinnati
Dn.
Lafayette Boik of Cincinnati Do.
Miami Exporiin4 Company
Do.
Clinton Bank of Co!umbus
- Columbus
Franklin Rank of Columbus
Do.
Dayton B•nk
- Dayton
Bail of X...nis Xr Ilia
Bank of Hamilton
- Hamilton
Urbana B inking Company
- Urbana
Bank of Sautlii ky
- Sandm.ky city
Bank of 1Vooster
- Wooster
Commereal flank or Lake F.i.e. Cleveland
Bank of Clevt laitl
I)...
B•nk a Noraalk
- Norwalk
Bank of Masillon
. Mass.Uon
Bank or chaticothe
. Chillicothe
Bank of Circleville
Circleville
Lane .ster Oho fink
. Lancaster
Bank of Zanesville
.
Zar esviIle
Bank or mo,kiogom .
. Potivam
Bank of Marietta
.
- Marietta
Farmers aid Mechanic,' pink - Stttibenville
Columbian Ilaok
. :view Lisbon
Farmers' Bank of Canton
Western Reserve Bank - W..rren
Bank of Motint Pleasant
. Moont Pleasant.
Belmont B.o.k of St. Cairsville
St. Clai,sville
Bank or Cealiga
. Vaiiiesv.Ile'
commercial 14:41.k of Scioto
- ! l'or annuli
Granville Alexandrian Society . isGrativille

Cii cidat ion.

Total

Due to banks. Due from hanks.I
$24',451 24
$164,596 53
629,194 83 1,753,838 21
77,333 85
248.703 51
165,749 07
296,886 61
92,854 07
85,732 58
3,104 29 i
174,093 97
16,072 90
48,580 24
8,544 95
18,388 58
162 12
2,634 26
4,899 78 ,
4,033 46
23,80.3
,
10,935 92
7,041 05
22,709 04
4,763 34
17,622 33
21,218 16
271,223 77
53,781 SO
67,891 12
3,175 63
74,439 49
24,397 54
176,305 49
10.690 55
353,589 55
26,131 67
1:83,0
386
1 9376
70,‘.:67 68
3,569 64 :
93,107 91
85 06 ;
102 838 04
434 74
27,870 98
12,"262 07
77,634 54
1,686 70
98,057 99
4.311 59
33,435 79
8,346 61
93,516 73
6,873 77
14,609 01
18,759 23
1,911 29 ,
52,555 98
1,128 9.4
100,181 52
1,635 54
17,226 94

$628,594 60
$t84,378 46
$392,395
1,0004000
608,360 45
1,115,548
1,000,000
261,961 64
485,878
1,000,000
118,232 50
478,083
292.935
132,588 62
383,645
299,500
83,283 62
113,016
272,.7.93
481,500
493.83'2 97
65612
167,203 52
66,745 33
69,635
100,000
'23,123 C9
100,000
108,343
28,093 64
108,866 22
29,183 53
157,488
100,000
It
46,292
194,289
150,221 80'
29,428 6.3
400,0,0
356,1:33
110,706 35
2115,925
242,834
93,745 15
187,874
161,245 67
43,917 20
320,181
200,000 35,582 59
500,090
472,477 08
75,474 98
200,000
145,741
28,883 55
200,000
274,423 50
208,781 42
189,626
258,262 50
63,151 82
123,00J
136,876
33,311 39
101,090
120,271 73
12,638 93
273,000
401,281 50
68,407 27
60,000
140,003
35,143 76
80,00(1
172,446
45,145 09
213,900
165,837 50
50,607 61
191,495
193,930
41.627 27
193,790
273,292
28,923 73
00)
178,813
19 254 30
268,621 26
248,8)7
39,516 51
146.129 11
101,213
10,728. 19
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80 1$3,464,450 21 $1.471

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$4,597,579 46
-sow

Sp(&e.
$1t9,007 33
654,361 89
239,559
141,872 33
108,233 23
136,389 61
186,878 89
97,624 50
56,024 19
32,257 07
42,307 52
19,137 12
53,531 01
144,143
70,472 .57
38,867 14
63,944 78
161,922 53
64,041 95
80,630 02
81,956 07
45,057 58
28 971 89
61,207 85
65,070
48,5.-,9 49
37,498 23
42%102 58
62,227 90
29,324 77
60,048
'27,924 93
$4,133,334 94
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Bank,
.
-Ohio Life Insor and Tiust Co. Commercial Batik of Cincinnati Franklin Iltok ;if Cincinnati
Lafa)ette B k of Cincinnati
Mismi Exporting Company
Clinton 11,11k of Columbus
Franklin Batik of Cottimbus
Daytnn Bank
Bank of Xenit 11a.iik of Ham11ton
Urbana Ranking Compaoy
Bank of Sandu•ky
Bank of ‘Vooster
Commercial Bank of Lake Erie
Bank of Cleveland
Bank of Now
Bank of Masllon
Bank of Cliillicnthe
Bank of Circkville
Lancaster Ohio Bank
Bank of Zunsville
Bank of Muskingum
Bank of Marietta
Farmers and Mechanics' Bank Columbiana Bank
Farmers' Bank of Cantbn
•
Western Reserve Bank Bank
Belmont Bank of St. Cl iirsville
Bank of Geauga
cnumercial Bank of Scioto
Granville Alexandrian Society Total

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$U
:, 7,191 .
$1,4?.;;:65 71;
3,826,010 72 00,01 /
.72.712,411 91 , 183,127 4.j
Do.
289,480
716,118
43
1)o.
204,075 30
1,973 130 23 93,316 ..2
Do.
1,992,048 08
53,087 45
i 49,702
91,617
3,528 56
1)o.
683,669 31
33,122
18,901 28
Columbus
489,238 24.
388,317.77
100,221 1,9
Dc.
766,708 32 '20,172 :38
61.,53.3 .51
!1
1).9ton
8 354 1;9
174,413 96
'.',6 ',.., . 7.
23,599
Xenia
119,834 45
2,931 32
11,980
3,373 19
Hamilton
3,692 97
177,761 57
26,641
Urbana
249,229 49
9,026 95
13,631
Saridni.ky city 5,0(9)
207,533 01
2,34.1
4,237 82
19,854
Wooster
292,233 32
34,435 53
920 59
.1,639 13
70,283
Cleveland
239,133
679,294 23
31,946 69
80,186
Do.
420,131 12
18,251 86
16,661
43,891
1,973
Nonlalk
16,005 50
272,587 57
1,677
10,1;81 83
Massild n
23.465
322,886 33
12,1;62 39
Chillico he
542,376 67
19,979 1)8
28,066
'23,143 39
Circieville
18,7:0
19,161 28
278,828 71
Lancaster
36,711
221,00 79
22,482 19
Zanesville
3( 8,590 68
7,57! 311
41,344
8,128 9(
Notiuon
16,423 97
16,024 27
146,234 15
458 62
Matietta
31,186 31
143,616 63
6,947 31
4,8.59 6-i
Siculn•nvil'e
3-1,033
563,770 52
12,762 61
New Lisbon
4,311
91,563 78
5,117 31
Canton
25,750
215,196 07
24,754 65
Warren
97,535
213,186 61
10,355 39
Mount Pleasant
38,819
344,814
2,372 15
St. Clairsville 56,675
392,054 93
Painesville
15,684
174,358 33
7,623 77
Portsm uth
2.1,395
330,526 38
7,927 17
_
Granville
30,976
176,656 0;1
6,306 44;
7
-2-_ _
_
$1.710,827 48 $18,178,699 97 I.S3U6,837
:!‘- 1.120,46.; ,;u $534,384 27 :a
Cilleinllati

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Commercial, Cincinnati . Aug. 16$2,328.343
$34,426
Franklin,
(10
50 1419,918 $4.7,030 37,000
Lafayette,
do
37,500
- lady 31 1,937,512
Ohio Life 8r. Trust Co., Cin. Aug. 18 9
.9,755
.
Miami Exporting Cu., do.
558,910
3,008
23
Total of Cincinnati banks

-

Columbiana, New Lisbon 28
Farmers & Meehan, Steu.
2
Belmont, St. Clairsville 29
Bank of Marietta, Marietta
8
ank %Vest Union, W. U.
31
Corn. ll'k Scioto, Portsm.
26
Farmers' Bank, Canton T
Bank Massillo , Ma•.sillon Sept.25
Bank of Wooster, Wooster A.ug. 1
Bank of Zanesville, Zanes.
3
Bank Muskingum, Putnam
5
Alexandrian Society, Gran.
26
Franklio, Columbus
2
Clinton,
dd.
1
Bank of Circleville. Circle.
24
Lancaster (Ohio) ll'k, La'-.
3
B'k Mount Pleasant at P.
26
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7,354,438 47,000 111.934
108,919
472,897
274,513
152,845 50,000
33,631
384,689
346,534
293,718
394,046
331,069
90,141
261,805
659,506
380,254
374,135
468,700 5,001
294,351
471,842

8,609
2,764
5,886
1,143
17,900
3,765
2,162
-

11,786

8,189
4,968
39,529
2,433
13,874

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Due by banks.

Date.

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Name and place.

.-Banks of

and discounts.

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Other investments.

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$2,321 5913,0 8 $97,913 $564,553$969,378$669,854 $479,057 $559,156$1,000,00
28,335 54,352 48,754 200,835 258,963 551,177 85,503
1,000,00
82,627 32,471 153,871 350,998 88,326 70,781 660,000 1,000,0
175,930
108,669
228,895
10,000
203,693 240,64' 130,277 593,447 472,93
131,271 73,202 66,827 305,141 63,410 153,202
296,22
40,836 1,357,2181 361,009 1,214,981 2,088,177 1,613,416 918,819 1,612,603 3,769,16
'
25,392
1,837 40,780 80,033 11,571
18,110
60,011
68,272 31,537 65,771 204.723 75,937 24,962
326,43
40,850
45,089
1,349
59,190 133,161 41,466
4,527
238,99
8,251 34,246 42,472 82,623 35,810
6,205 34,323 129,44,
4,021 15 269 21,193 48,301
1,22
20,00
7,317
26,128 14,950 50,046 159,552 20,813 21.741
275,19
41,668
8,416 18,594 256,967 16,02
19,023 22,921
100,00
2,85
79,260
4,348 25,258 165,687 14,478 11,443
200,00
14,034 34,576 53,756 169,263 123,710
3,226
190,34
25,360 42,840 55,808 124,506 , 44,26, 12,888
266,4
131,611 25,062 68,786 41,472 110,034 78,875
2,773
150,00
582 25,088 10,987 -17,993 107,702 44,482
1,3721
9,369 156,72
481,56(
- 108,474, 32,853 255,3: 297,297 232,830 21,785 3o0,00(
29,0501 12,376 101,177 126,229 48,493 17,223.
200,00
13,9551 37,495 23,517 186,198 41,341
3,356
286,73
18,469, 51,183 86,522 180,784 140,900 46,340:
195,09
22,497: 18,897 29,930 118,936 44,179
4,176
311,954 60,660! 71,461 168,900 297,114 255,449 12,273:
500,00(
V."

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Urbana Rasa:, Urbana
Dayton Rank, Dayton
Bank of Hamilton, liamil.
Bank 4;1 Xenia, Xenia .
Western Reserve, Warren
Bank Geauga, PAinesville
Corn. lrk Lake Erie, Cle.
do.
Bank of Clevel.tul,
Bank of Norwalk, !.40rw..11k
Bank of Stuidusky, Sand.

July 2s
Attg.•21
16
July 31
Aug. 1
25
1
7
7

Total of 33 bits & 1 hr.

of

Total of 33 b'ks & 2 hr.
Ohio Life & Trust co,,Cin,.
- Total of 33 Wks, 2 hr.,
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6,013
2,97U
6,147
10,793
3,928
4,941
7,837

- ! 23,317
f 21,609
1,5201 17,092
9,191
1,25',/
76,184
50,831
158,77;
67,453
44,678
44,941

57,313 53,417 1(' '7 49,730
.,5 78,839
61,927 64,656 1.
10,838 42,913 92,337 12,454
25,152 57,839 98,352 54,076
23,719 so,631 140,965 50,033
24,004
1,758 30,951 171,251
23,859 100,011 347,682 206,141
152,821
20,558 60,157 232,131
11,607 33,219 193,860 37,967
19,214 20,608 133,531 23,657

797,113 1,634,171 4,441,803 1,967,681 301,211 131,901 3,946,748
8,9.15,409 70,950' 163,6;71 432,343 1,1 50,763
918,81911,612,603 3,769,162
7,354,438 47,000: 111,93440,856 1,357,218 361,009 1,214,981 3,088,177 1,613,416
1,744,504 9,715,910
16,259,847 117,950 277,5711 493,199 2,307,981 1,158,122 2,80,152 6,530,980 3,581,097 1,220,03

Total of 28 hanks
?..1 hr.
Total of 5 Cin.

Agency of Commereal Irk
Cincinmoi, St. Lows.

306,36; 11
146,927 1.
142,97..
166,235
239,2(4
257,080
836,732
503,936
313,884
176,211

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13,296 63,086 133,436
172,882
5,718
100,000
4,786
100,000
723
198,142
3,733
151,461
1,811
. 500 0. 0
15,263
226,345
14,488
163,299
2,749
100,000
4,219

391,278 83,0011
2,`26,5
6,915
2,335 317,991
-1,744,504 9,715,910
16,610,777 117,950 277,!,71 495,534 2,823,972 1,160,387 2,856,067 6,330,980 4,172,37511,303,031
330,930

-

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29 2,89.3,913

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I

13

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S9,264

75,000

328 561

2,073,065
19,504,69'2 117,950, 316,833 570,534 2,825,972 1,160,187 !,856,067 6,530,9804,172,375 1,303,031

• Life insurance and trust department.

9,715,910

rjjspif,

At.lsadiee
—

^tato'of the Commercial Basalt

Capital stock subscribed
Remaining unpaid pf last instalmen

7,725

Capital stock paid in
flank notes in circulation of$5 and upwards
do
of $1,2 and 3
Do
Due to individual depositors
..
Due to varimis banks
Dividend declared this day, 3 per cent.
State tax, 4 per cent, on dividend
Contingent fund agreeably to charter
Surplus fund

chine/m*0U ore the first Monday in January,
/509,000

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492 275
205,950
58,57:.:
264.522
153,759 86
23,717 08
15,000
600
15,604
10 000
172 48

1832, as required by the Charter.

711 She Auditor of Ohio.

Domestic bills discounted
Foreign bills discounted, viz.
$70.377 52
Payable at New Orleans 42,372 70
Payable at Philadelphia
28.973 11
Payable at Louisville
16,489 65
Payable at New York
8,866 71
Payable at Pittsburgh
Payable at St. Louis, Natchez, Nashville, and
6,365 67
Mobile
8,689 03
Payable at sundry banks in Ohio
Due by various banks
Cash on hand, viz.—Gold
Silver
Cents

67

182,134 39
12,767 16
688 89
61,416 47
65 00

Notes ofthe Bank of United States and branches
Notes of specie-paying banks incorporated by
the State
Notes of Eastern specie-paying banks
Personal property Real estate, none.
Previous dividends, none.

9604,496

62,170 36
55,770

`2.4

34 089
5,980
158,009 36
2,669 84

960,076 42

960,076 42

Tux STATE OV OHIO, City of Cinciawati,.sa.—Before me, E Hotchkiss,
Mayor of the city aforesaid, personally came Robert Buchanan,l'resident,
and Augustus Moore, cashier of the Commercial Bank of Cincinnati, and
made oath that the foregoing statement is correct.
R. BUCHANAN President.
AVOCSTOS MOORE, Cashier.
Sworn to, and subscribed before me, this third day of January, 1832.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand, and allixed the seal of
said city.
E. HOTCHKISS, Mayor.

We, as directors of the Bank, hereby certify to the correctness of the
foregoing statement.
R. BUCHANAN, President• HENRY ORNE,
EDMUND C. SMITH,
JOHN T. MARTIN,
G. R. GILMORE,
JOHN YOUNG,
D. GRIFFIN,
EZEKIEL THORP,
C kl1B BATES,
THOMAS S REILLY.
WM. S. HATCH,
A trite copy.
R. OSBORN, Juditor
Ohio.


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[ Doe. No.
Statement of the Bank of Geauga.
.
Stock ordered to he paid Less the an:04.ett of •wo instalments,(deducting the div, !e:1(1 on the amount paid in,)
on 80 sha,t • ,,,1 which stock the instalments have teq_ii ohared to the holder
Actual}: p lid in Gold am: silver in the %Truk
Deposites Jille and redeemable funds of other banks
Debts due thk bank
Bills in circulation

$45,000

1,3RS
43,61
21,21
5.12
24,559
115. S7
111,737

BANK OF GEAUGA,
Painesville, 27th November, 1.83.c.;

I

We,Charles C. Paine and Edward Bronson, do solemnly swear that
above is a 'rut: and correct sta•emeot of the affairs of this ha ,k, as requi
of us by the 16th section of the act entitled "An act to incorporate
stockholders of the Bank of Geauga."
CHARLES C. PAINE, PresideLl.
EDWARD BRONSON, Cashier. Ili
Personally appeared before me, Charles C. Paine and Edward. Bronsoi
who severally made oath to the truth of the above statement, as subscritics
by them, 271h November, 183a
[L. s.]
A. J. VAN BOKKERCK, Notary Public.
A true copy:
R. OSBORN, wladitor of State.

EXECUTIVE OFFICE,
Raleigh, N. C., September 1, 1832. SIR: In reply to your letter of 12th July last, I have to observe, that, 14
North Carolina, there are only three hanks: State Bank capital $1,600,00Q
Newhern Bank,
Capital $800,00C each.
Cape Fear Bank,
Their charters all expire 1st January, 1835. They are allowed three pig
to wind up their business, but not to loan.
I enclose you the last ret ms made to the Legislature.
1 am, sir, with great respect,
Your obedient servant,
M. STOKES.
The Hon. LOUIS MCLANE,
Secretary of the Treasury.


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Abstract of the condition of the banks of Ohio, as existed September 30, 1840.
LIABILITIES.

Franklin Bank of Columbus
Urbanna Banking Company
Ohio Life Insurance and Trust Company
Bank of Marietta Bank of Norwalk Commercial Bank of Lake Erie Bank of Massillon Bank of Canton
Bank of Chillicothe Bank of Gallipolis Bank of Muskingum
Bank of Circleville _
Granville Alexandrian Society
Commercial Bank ofScioto Miami Exporting Company BAmont Bank of St. Clairsville
Bank of Zanesville Bank of Steubenville
Bank of Geanga
_
Franklin Bank of Cincinnati
Bank of Xenia
Lafayette Bank of Cincinnati
Lancaster Ohio Bank
Bank of Wooster Western Reserve Bank
Bank of Mount Pleasant
Bank of West Union
Ban It of Cleveland -


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Capital.

$413,728 00
319,493 13
633,230 00
180,777 40
175,147 93
500,000 00
'200,000 00
210,250 00
495,000 00
100,130 00
150,000 00
224,005 37
194,529 2-1
91
215,115
- ,
197,085 00
112,590 00
168,787 50
52,8111 00
155,028 08
1,000,000 00
100,000 00
1,000,000 00
312,363 63
228,983 25
198,662 50
1:.0,388 00
80,000 00
298,450 00

Circulation.

Due to banks.

S47,730 00
480,310 25
123,660 20
39,767 29
40,22800
239,149 00
107,333 00
133,668 00
78,345 08
1'20,440 00
21,357 00
43,676 00
292,280 75
84,441 00
150,815 00
25,911 00
13,99700
68,100 00
41,738 00
63,771 00
76,556 00
308,349 00
145,205 87
251,782 00
43,990 00
17,285 00
137,344 00
308,990 00

$18,976 00
4,196 36
48,774 60
14,035 30
791 76
11,530 al
8,110 76
996 50
6,790 40
2,585 50
4,607 30
12,581 86
15,296 64
10,24293
9,820 06
4,664 35
30,527 11
4 00
3,35297
135,350 63
7,909 25
34,443 71
15,290 16
5,03006
1,679 64
200
3,564 81

Deposites.

$65,060 00
59,497 19
294,234 11
12,536 45
41,761 77
103,687 07
30,967 47
17,735 36
56,434 49
7,417 27
31,638 86
67,727 59
23,045 79
31,971 85
4,810 35
32,281 16
. 43,099 29
2,553 15
33,121 23
291,741 43
130,980 46
170,767 48
31,479 11
37,04636
17,787 97
30,191 68
6,492 00
74,806 57

()tiler liabilities.
$-10,09000
51,076 40
186,479 67
23,549 93
10,409 46
51,600 50
9,709 75
22,389 53
20,540 75
3,918 40
43,702 14
27,470 82
21,844 32
35,888 18
8,821 63
11,780 70
3,016 16
2,274 06
158,161 21
22,036 15
106,403 56
24,183 52
24,966 35
37,345 15
1,82792
9,657 97
30,421 80

Total.

$585,584 00
814,573 63
1,286,378 48
270,6.46 30
268,338 92
905,966 77
356,120 68
376,039 39
657,510 11
234,491 26
251,305 39
347,990 82
549,623 12
424,896 01
498,418 59
314,171 14
368,191 60
124,483 31
235,514 34
1,659,024 27
337,481 86
1,649,963 75
538,529 29
54780802
299,465 26
178,694 60
233,493 97
716,242 18
;

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Names of banks.

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Mann Bank of New Lisbon
=
Bank of Hamilton -

German Bank of Allbyw er .-(
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t74,00 16
90,000 00
100,000 00
108,651 25
282,000 00

29,96w 00
31,160 00
90,873 00
94,635 00
.44,481 00

9,191,203 53 3,697,098 17

12,145 30 1
3,761 90I
16,112t
180\ .,
8,541 60 I

451,897 21

100,947 96 1
1,74201
23,997 11 '
10,928 32
88,253 87 i

5,09224
321,450 66
,
54
148,147 47
6,538 08
237,521 09
56,428 88
271,073 90
30,971 32 ,
454,248 79
1
1,990,743 58 i 1,094,489 09 I 16,425,422 68
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RESOURCES.

Names of banks. .

Notesand bills
discounted,

Specie.

Bank-notes.

Total.

Other resources.

Due from
banks.

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-

.

.

-

-

_
-

-

-

-

-

-

-

064,890 00
457,682 14
737,214 45
19.2,161 66
'214,454 48
6813,964 09
237,496 57
121,167 94
211,745 13
.
94,855 53
145,657 46
21,0,218 88
279,714 02
341,700 08
•.15,832 51
07,915 42
238,314 10
_
64,39282
_
181,973 47
A/8,206 26
• 1,0
121,07b08
- 1,372,891 00
427,283 48
_
375,370 56
184,927 05
150,343 00
138,743 65
496,540
94
182,817 40
-

$67,9;>1 od
51,858 16
9.1,214 43
27,553 68
'20,958 75
21,618 00
31,135 01
33,738 11
155,513 06
43,264 80
9,140477
:17,713 (r)
40,619 70
26,479 80
14,354 34
46,06250
6,147929
21,030 47
19,313 38
62,260 50
41,69466
61,994 96
31,172 81
37,381 71
30,038 15
7,947 38
37,117 93
24,229 25
69,864 19

$10,966 00
43,600 33
54,41900
8,609 97
14,247 00
44,950 00
25,348 00
9,714 00
53,459 00
%.,090 00
:18,82107
25,944 25
17,356 77
16,4214 00
29,087 73
16,151 34
19,37300
16,098 00
4,10350
1.13,174 00
312,40000
48,895 00
14,442 00
13,874 00
10,958 00
9,295 00
40,014 32
41,753 00
34,495 00

8119,276 00
:221,403 84
432,166 32
35,352 38
8,539 21
141,382 40
55,021 5S
21)4,06764
256,639 9'2
12,186 60
56,626 34
14,273 19
186,365 75
90,547 04
168,151 86
8,53585
80,26799
4,281 19
9991)329
1514,033 55
113,478 10
61,399 63
6096747

$22,524 00
60,0.29 12
41,36428
7,008 61
10,139 41
11,022 28
7,119 52
7,351 70
13,123 61
55,094 33
39575
9,791 45
25,566 98
19,741 09
992 15
5,50603
1536492
AI,680 83
99075
77,349 96
28,632 49
73,850 16
537653
/3,974 '27
15,682 26
6,08 62
1,92357
47,904 97
4 281 2'7

187,207 4A.

57,859 80
4,870 60
15,695 50
105,814 02
90
80
•

• • . • to

lo•

$385,584
814,573 1j,986,3484
270,686
268,338 9.
905,966 i
356,120 6,
376,039 .
657,510 7
04,491 24
*251,305 .
347,990
549,623 2.t.
424,896 01
498,418 59
314,171 14
368,191
126,483 31
05,514 34
1,649,024 '27
337,481 86
1,619,963 75
53,52Q9
547,808 02
299,465 9.6
178,694 60
233,49397
18
76$t9
?

1,4O-.639

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11,

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ranklin Bank of Columbus
lrbanna Banking Company
hio Life Insurance and Trust Company
ank of Marietta
ank of Norwalk ommercial Bank of Lake Erie
ank of Massillon ank of Canton
ank of Chillicothe .
ank of Gallipolis ank of Muskingum
ank of Circleville ranville Alexandrian Society
ommercial Bank of Scioto
iami Exporting Company elmont Bank of St. Clairsville
ank of Zanesville ank of Steubenville
ank of Geauga
ranklin Bank of Cincinnati
ank of Xenia
fayette Bank of Cincinnati
Ohio Bank
ank of Wooster
1 estern Reserve Bank
auk of Mount Pleasant
ank of West Union
ank of Cleveland •
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Columbiana Bank of New Lisbon Bank of Hamilton German Bank of Wooster Farmers and Mechanics' Bank of Steubenville

99,721 52
180,953 87
. 2/5,720 23
309,917 14

22,932 43
33,497 48
11,036 65
60,806 75

10,832,817 XI 1 1,2'29,226 70

5,858 75'
8,920 q
7,701 OIL,
35,993 00
888,520 03

2,094 02
13,021 66
18,077 19
39,306 02

17,640 75
1,12208
8,538 73
9,W5 69

148,147 47
237,521 09
1271,073 90
455,248 79

690,764 73 2,795,094 00

16,126,422 68

In the Farmers and Mechanics' Bank of Steubenville there is an error of III ,OOO.
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JOHN BROUGH, Auditor of &ate.

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Abstract of the condition of the banks of Ohio, as they existed on
the 31st day of December, 1840;
LIAB1LITIEs.
Names of banks.

Capital.

Circulation.

Due to banks.

Deposites.

•
I ranklin Bank of Columbus
_
_
'lank of Circleville
_
lank of Mount Pleasant I, ilimi Exporting Company
lank of Marietta _
1 , .k of Geauga armers' Bank of Canbai
:. nk of Chillicothe
:ank of Dayton _
lank of Massillon
ommercial Bank of Lake Eric . k of West Union
ommercial Bank of Scioto
rbanna Banking Company
,olumbiana Bank of New Lisbon
e ranville Alexandrian Society ranklin Bank of Cincinnati
hi° Life Insurance and Trust Company
lank of Norwalk
linton Bank of Columbus
1: auk of Cleveland
.
I .ncaster Ohio Bank
.
'lank of Hamilton
estern Reserve Bank afayeue Bank of Cincinnati
eerman Bank of Wooster
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-

-

•

-

$419,798 00
$37,981 00
228,461 19
37,306 00
197,988 00
16,056 00
297045 00
172,133 00
180,777 40
34,507 21
155,0% (19
33,568 00
001,150 00
.146,086 00
495,000 00
85,121 08
174,007 16
26,606 00
900,00000
91,435 00
500,000 00
193,547 00
80,000 00
136,990 00
975,1959%
96,43400
319,609 55
4;17,913 10
%,330 00
90,000 00
904,928 97
295,447 75
1,000,000 00
176,760 (N)
634,730 00 , 937,235 00
31,091 00
175,944 24
300,000 00
110,011 00
392,110 05
177,543 00
32,363 63
151,133 87
100,000 00
110,053 00
198,662 50
10,581 00
1,000,000 00
367,916 00
108,651 25
15%!,159 00
8,103,443 84

3,581,341 14

•
$16,197 00
$84,416 00
15,196 10
01,975 -II
1,067 00
93,7 IS
9,433 90
7,016 14
13,652 95
9,964 40
41,649 49
3,560 90
19,068 93
11,6411 30
43.127 83
19,512 43
104,461 77
10,370 06
22,09078
16,407 30
116,401 90
9,193 98
11,391 71
46,000.%
5,310 94
146,675 SI
2,576 V
33,210 59
6,074 49'
'514,910 76
128,570 46
03,129 87
• 50,035 52 145,559.29
3,08084
97,999 36
91,456 *1
67,109 74
:16,89460
3,37790
8,271 og
22,40261
49,691 39
2,027 15
814 46
94,637 43
184,8116 66
49,109 72
*1 go
11,357 49
110,187 73

1,938,684 70

Other Itabilities.
$41,959 00
_
1,16191
28,349 -42
13,933 38
2,71074
7,134 14
111,310 59
9,HY, 04
11,119 93
51,439 19
8,32973
19,3199%
51,61e 10
936 95
19,879 91
192,318 as
966,30 96
A4,61910
•10,766 14
- .
19,674 87
6,019 76
21,434 93
139,472 93
55,904 64
1,024,503 05

Total.
$593,791 00
3-11,94164
169,
99
tw1,01
gt4,.... 03
133„ 30
376,t 115
658,31 ted
339,
40
334„ N 67
SI'S, 4 50
134, 61
441, - 181
981, •
w
156,1. • 16'
614,- 178
1,900, i 886
1.433,9( 66
6 91
545,5.1* 68
641" 55
um,' 1* 00
997,3. 193
996,1:322
1.734.4' 31
348,1 51
15,059,

40

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- - -Notes and bills ;
discounted. !

.
Names of bank,

Franklin Bank of Columbus
Bank of Cirelev
Bank of Mount Pleasant Miami Exporting Company
Bank of Marietta Bank of(hanky Farmers' Bank ()I Canton
Bank of Chillicothe
Bank of Dayton Mamillon
of
Bank
Commercial Rank of Lake Erie Bank of Wt-4 Union
Commercial Bank of Scioto
Urbanite' Banking Company
'Lisbon
New
Bank
of
Columbiana
Granville Alezandi inn Society Franklin Bank of Cincinnati
Ohio Life Insurance and Trust Company
Rank of Norwalk
Clinton Bank of Columbus
Bank of Cleveland
Lancaster Ohio Rank
Rank of Hamilton
Weston Reserve Bank Latliyette Bank of Cincinnati
)v1111411 Rank of Wooster

-

8359,522 00
148,570 51
143,966 00
Vi0,313 35
185,613 47
114,795 06
193,132 35 i
219,171 06
184,399 81
240,608 67
658,861 oe
123,758 96
361,500 13
448,465 77
97,938 '70
289,140 69

Speic.

860,742 00
2
1i,
:ii9 75
20
28,938 90
17,974 07
35,876 35
154,927 85
71,1-31 19
30,152 55
21,911 00
37,347 61
26,909 98
53,251 12

843:43:76941r:
r1,486705
14,640 12
22,762 12
48,126 91
29,719 31
32,252 02
34,755 80
30,331 09
80,09711
20,20153
--------1,052,767
93
9,878,328 87
838,247 be
212,995 72
414,533 28
444,692 49
409,529 39
222,089 89
151,543 26
1,323,482 44
214,670 28

Notes of other
banks.

Due from
banks.

$53,695 00
44,956 25
.8,500 00
3092190
9,983 58
15!,802 20
11,014 00
10,009 67
45,871 00
12,046 00
38,065 00
15,038 00
21,184 92
, 70,664 94
13,927 75
44,619 29
99,138 00
109,19900
13,961 00
32,679 49
15,495 00
14,718 00
14,189 00
21,961 00
70,256 00
29,436 00

$4,154 00
6,787 94
5,444 54
18,593 40
- 3,439 32
2,328 41
5,295 27
18,119 68
543 94
5,480 56
7,543 48
936204
11,514 55
71,286 45
3,859 97
27,756 17
73,944 38
45,781 75
5,276 82
9,000 68
3,845 88
6,828 67
24,659 41
leme 30
142,485 43
45,008 39

867,9* 99

Other resources.
$115,678 00
14,267 19
4,504 25
169,911 92
34,857 76
83,146 56
131,381 78
256,074 54
30,048 46
46,647 89
152,408 09
49,077 00
19,552 23
337,603 24
16,957 71
209,261 04
156,357 59
426,034 27
7,218 25
21,196 32
148,130 87
60,571 92
1,636 13
69,505 57.
117,933 33
8,78431

571,333 43 2,688,692 22

Total.

*593,791 00
341,941 64
169,485 99
514,013 46
262,833 03
233,956 30
376,699 75
658,302 80
332,694 40
334,045 67
878,788 59
234,583 61
441,271 81
981,271 52
156,063 16
614,241 78
1,900,778 86
1,433,902 66
262,216 91
525,536 68
641,883 55
523,846 00
297,321 23
036,133 22
1,734,454 31
328,100 51
15,059,058 44

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and Bank of Muskingum.
ville. Batik of Xenia: Rank of Wooster, Bank of Gallipolis, Bank of Manhattan, Bank of Sandusky, Bank of Zanesville,
JOHN BROM:1H, Auditor of State,
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Jan.
Jan.
May
Dec.
June
April
May
June
Jan.

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1835
1108
1837
1837
1837
1838
1839
1839
1839
1840

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31
32
32
33
33
33
34
35
36

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5,819,692 9,751,973
2, H 108,501 44,531
8,369,744 17,079,714
223,375 29,0
_
9,247,29618,178,6
271,558
_
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10 870,08919,505,66i
398,074
—
_
11,331,618 17,212,694
_
387,4
_
10,299,165 16,880,908
—
368,613 11,41
10,153,84616,520,361
_
_
—
10,303,12116,136,736
_
_
10,027,293 16,019,590 1,285,014 382—
,458 1,036,151
10,507,521 13,414,07 1,501,585 523,503 1,327,465

8922,269
1,433,83691,27i,
3,318,708 2,125,262
4,597,579 1,710,
2,763,011 1,151,
1,340,838
864,51.1
2,892,0. 1,180,094
1,588,623 „I
1,661,809 1,180,315
1,741,383 973;271
891,590 947,526

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$433,61 $1,203,869
1,707,835 5,221,
2,924,906 9,675,644
3,153,334 8,326,974
2,3t1,614 7,6(17,261
2,674,219 6,221,136
2,994,965 6,885,263
, *, 14 8,157,871
2,557,28 '7,865,141
27960,139 7,424,014
1,752,446 4,607,12

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054,463
2,010,065
6,125,914
7,590,933
6,503,36
4,071,975
3,709,869
2,680,604
2,437,505
2.4"469
2,017,360

$578,8911
667,949
1,420,03
1 ,471,09
1,142,965
481,344
650,606
1.,254,879
1,154,250
939,870
683,552

Other liabili;'

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Date.

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OHIO.

$913,713
921,005
1,633,816
1,509,959
634,268
2,087,126
1,348,540

The Columbiana Bank of New Lisbon, the Bank
of Mount Pleasant, and the Farmers' Bank of
ment for June, 1838. The Dayton Bank made
, promptly forwarded returns to complete the stateno reply to letters from this department, solicitingCanton
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Quarterly abstract from the monthly statements of the banks of Ohio, as made to the Bank Commissioners on the 30th of
April, 31st of May,and 30th of June, 1839.
LIABILITIES.
Elate.

LMT OF BASKS.

onrmmrcialBank of Cincinnati

. April
May
June
=lain Bankof Cincinnati
- April
May
June
hio Late Insurance and Trust Co. Bank - April
May
June
. Apra
fayeke Bank of Cincinnati
May
June
iarniExporting Co.,(including branch at April
Conneaut.)
May
June
ank of Hamilton - April
May
June
ayton.Bank
- April
May
June
•ank of Xenia
- April
May
June
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May


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Capital.

Circulation. Due depositors.

I:Mao:her.
banks.

Other liabilities.

TotaL

,91,000,000 00
1,000,000 00

$99-2,973 00
737,331 00

$361,498 89
245,143 09

$931,408 11
226,206 81

0553,261 79
833,538 61

$3,139,141 7
3,042,219 5

1,000,000 00
1,000,000 00

264,38300
262,975 00

251,736 21
187,128 66

116,666 28
71.728 11

275,111 19
272,778 78

1,907,8966
1,794,610

632,089 60
634,089 60
633,93000
1,000,000 00
1,000,000 00
1,000,000 01
296,965 00
236,965 00
297,085 00
100,000 01
100,00000
100,000 00
174,007 16
174,007 16
174,007 16
100,000 00
100,000 00
100,000 00
199,357 00

556,920 00
601,34400
668,920 00
237,080 00
275,810 00
224,477 00
261,605 00
277,541 00
232,511 00
147,339 00
141,106 00
131,993 00
131,884 00
104,002 00
118,455 00
178,049 00
119,954 00
180,188 00

406,517 47
345,651 32
265,013 31
107,768 82
127,360 80
102,163 24
69,387 40
20,947 91
37,345 47
31,516 31
47,685 24
35,565 93
103,124 18
96,622 04
78•085 18
114,007 76
115,410 06
112,149 67
43,461 71

178,401 It
946,189 96
96,382 35
150,904 75
89:02615
44,407 24
27,397 68
15,684 47
24,432 14
6,075 43
4,982 72
10,999 30
15,466 53
9,754 92
29,171 23
5,612 18
3,457 72
4,489 16
37,421 35

2,313,348 5
2,354,494 4
42,408,084 7
2,001,605 7
2,026,960 9
1,994,974
753,469
773,339 8
8.4,557
294,207
297,918
283,791 9'
432,383
393,510 1
415,354
416,221
419,008
418,170
906,667

75.481 74
903 06

.84,301 29
6 137

539,419 77
529,219 54
743,839 12
505,852 la
534,763 36
623,927 36
98,114 20
168,201 43
5133,163 93
9,276 31
4,144 62
5,231 70
7,88101
9,120 06
15,635 65
18,552 84
20,127 04
20,300 75
159,558 81
108,899 13

844,4W44.
906 6

199,357 16
199 437 48

423,568 50
438.241 40
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GUM OF CANES.

Commercial Bank of Cincinnati

-

Franklin Bank of Cincinnati
Ohio Life Insurance and Trust Co. Bank Lafayette Bank of Cincinnati
Miami Exporting Co.,(Including branch at
Conneaut.)
Bank of Hamilton

-

Dayton Bank
Bank of Xcnia
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April
May
June
April
May
June
April
May
June
April
May
June
April
May
June
April
Mar
June
April
May
June
Apt il
Ainy
June
April
May
June

Notes and bills

Specie.

discounted.

Notes of other Due from other Other resonrces.
banks.
banks.

,

$3;139,141 7
3,042,419 6

$1,943,044 43
1,803,290 16

0362,373 60
265,914 74

$120,581 00
137,506 00

$369,082 53
314,900 34

$344,060 23
530,608 28

1,478,718 71
1,360,868 84

118,944 18
127,084 87

117,725 00
57,747 00

104,089 61
160,057 06

88,419 12
88,854 79

1,907,896 61,194,610

1,139,573 29
1,941,108 80
663,088 87
1,650,344 99
1,567,413 47
1,667,544 47
521,407 04
537,417 24
551,124 96
198,340 61
184,6114 49
180,483 73
274,759 65
214,199 38
247,630 87
294,557 37
185,199 93
265,453 05
400,135 74
395,868 73
376,034 05

158,854 89
187,816 39
188,222 16
88,903 73
100,055 34
97,058 17
100,169 59
88,633 44
81,021 79
50,330 20
51,683 18
53,339 00
106,656 67.
101,967 67
104,825 48
63,312 00
71,91k8 52
72,119 83
78,285 04
91,431 86
71,519 44

64,794 00
225,869 00
90,576 00
15,329 00
35,773 00
12,930 00
39,770 43
19,986 31
32,900 14
9,655 00
18,806 00
16,745 00
28,311 00
25,875 00
36,520 00
44,536 00
48,545 00
53,315 00
59,675 00
30,796 91
58,338 00

803,009 58
147,116 Bl
561,431 31
158,969 94
92,430 77 1,373,766 98
78,925 54
168,122 47
S9,79I 39
234,147 71
76,155 85
141,308 55
83,326 41
8,795 63
80,904 82
53,099 00
128,906 27
30,506 38
6,427 57
29,547 67
39,361 10
5,404 81
6,248 43
26,975 77
11,443 58
- 13,212 98
11,189 97
9,678 16
19,002 33
7,375 54
3,694 83
10,121 58
2,205 40
10,029 99
23,243 12
4,039 58
158,126 41
210,445 31
115,732 88
210,590 57
136,450 62
166,373 35

2,313,348 5
2,354,494 4
9,408,084 a
2,001,605
2,026,960 9
1,994,974
753,469
779,339 8
824,557
294,407 0
297,918
283,191 9
432,383
393,510 I
415,354
416,221 7
419,008
418,170
906,667 5
844,420 9
808,715

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LIABILITIES.
Date.

LMT OF BANAL

Franklin Bank of Columbus

-

-

linton Bank of Columbus

-

.

-

ank of Circleville

-

-

-

-

ancaMtrObioBank

-

-

-

-

ankofChilliccipe

-

.

-

-

ommercial Bank of Scioto

-

.

-

ank of West Union

-

-

-

-

.

-

-

-

ankofMuskingum

-

-

.

-

ank of Zanesville

-

.

-

-

ank of Marietta


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April
May
Jane
April
May
June
April
May
June
April
May
June
pipit
May
June
April
May
June
April
May
June
April
May
June
April
May
June
April
:Way

_ •

Capital.

Circulation.

Due depositors.

$485,660 00
485,760 00
485,76000
300,000 00
300,000 00
300,000 00
200,00000
200,00000
200,000 00
322,363 63
322,363 63
322,363 63
500,00000
500,00000
500,000 00
275,195 91
275,195 91
275,195 91
70,00000
70,000 00
79,90000
180,073 63
180,073 63
180,143 63
150,00000
150,000 00
160,000 00
268,787 50

$227,954 00
204,560 00
196,545 00
200,907 00
171,406 00
153,277 00
197,014 00
210,10900
196,893 00
327,035 75
331,295 75
424,618 37
438,831 06
424,86558
409,191 08
151,387 00
156,176 00
164,705 00
181,84300
180,218 00
178,38500
79,864 22
78,462 22
89,941 22
102,63200
97,704 00
90,770 00
86,055 00

$139,409 00
128,147 00
109,239 00
54,538 02
41,689 30
57,987 40
57,54745
43,466 02
49,755 03
44,225 33
66,438 52
82,285 45
75,914 41
78,601 50
90,929 91
25,963 92
39,357 93
31,517 63
6,05492
8,219 94
12,303 86
19,969 54
17,563 22
38,889 92
44,560 94
65,053 44
72,037 61
63,778 93

268,787

67,769 91
81.790 40

79,816 00
00
7.' ...'gtriZe .

.

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.-

Due other
banks.

$40,618 00
29,231 00
25,548 00
38,986 98
48,950 57
38,521 21
17,014 02
17,08300
25,764 13
32,846 58
36,796 48
56,852 68
109,503 49
119,470 21
113,810 60
10,381 46
23,059 97
20,073 08
200
602 00
402 00
17,737 96
13,320 99
18,462 23
12,980 05
6,147 12
16,965 37
26,716 09
16,961 91
A.,,4141M91/

Other liabilities.

Total.

$944,402 I I
6.50,761 00
45,864 00
893,562 II
31,477 00
848,569 II
'35,443 07
629,935 0
39,361 68
601,407 5
41,928 41
594,714
22,103 25
493,678
24,795 58
495,453
25,126 20
497,538
95,033 14
821,504
222,834 80
979,729 1
83,338 78
969,458 9
54,48531
1,178,714
60,253 83. 1,183,191 1
57,835 15
1,171,766 7
30,618 79
493,547
512,340
18,550 21
19,783 67
511,275
8,01333
265,913'
4,769 55
263,809 4
5,:.: 48
276,879
31,244 16
328,869 5
32,402 66
321,822
11,319 56
339,756 5
33,131 40
343,3043'
34,668 01
353,572 5
36,648 83
365,721 8
34,468 82
480,706
36,776 44
92,70H 70
..4

460,129 7
940

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f4160..-

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otes and bills

Specie.

discounted.
Franklin Bank of Columbus
Clinton Bank of Columbus
Bank of Circleville
Lancaster Ohio Bank
Bank of Chillicothe
Commercial Bank of Scioto
Bank of West Union
Bank of Marietta
Bank of Muskingum
Bank of Zanesville


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April
May
June
April
May
June
April
May
June
April
May
June
April
May
June
April
May
June
April
May
June
April
May
June
April
May
June
April
May
June

5600,382 00
560,853 00
535,790 00
494,369 44
476,130 29
442,660 28
348,856 74
353,767 55
352,395 25
488,721 86
490,403 36
495,985 36
583,872 60
648,088 65
622,79211
380,200 10
337,071 03
322,376 58
144,987 83
136,875 25
153,752 35
181,907 98
178,406 82
182,504 87
231,637 42
246,814 04
253,911 57
327,275 75
320,619 98
308,823 13

9143,915 00
1364076 00
132,808 00
78,20086
70,034 94
73,12802
72,800 23
72,101 83
72,172 20
83,860 86
82,434 10
81,412 62
152,864 37
143,246 70
147,695 25
46,161 47
44,418 53
53,021 03
72,113 17
72,816 65
47,011 36
50,284 66
51,791 59
51,675 28
36,868 95
37,517 18
37,326 11
52,546 29
50,409 23
46,406 99

Notes of oilier Due fbrac.i
nk._. .er Other resourbanks.
ces.

$58,335 00
47,012 00
54,548 00
35,801 81
27,312 79
46,995 95
15,664 00
11,492 50
15,125 00
4,17300
33,101 00
41,683 00
75,642 04
61,286 57
50,236 82
12,668 18
13,592 26
6,824 00
17,182 00
10,624 00
20,941 00
22,793'39
22,634 62
24,713 07
19,513 00
17,066 00
15,710 83
22,059 00
12,123 00
12,786 00

544,987 00
49,422 00
20,530 00
12,265 67
17,37299
17,858 69
45,041 79
34,494 75
37,373 21
17,190 98
68,368 07
54,806 65
81,334 12
46,630 04
72,041 26
4,347 50
7,214 29
13,913 62
3,549 32
10,332 98
8,973 31
11,50244
7,116 53
6,031 29
4,704 45
347 41
7,445 64
6,426 46
4,788 27
9,441 43

996,783 00
100,19900
104,893 00
9,297 29
10,556 64
11,071 08
11,315 96
23,596 97
20,472 70
227,567 73
305,422 65
295,571 28
285,001 16
283,939 16
279,001 30
50,079 83
110,043 91
115,060 06
28,080 93
23,160 61
46,201 31
62,401 04
61,873 16
73,832 05
50,580 47
51,827 94
51,327 66
72,398 77
72,189 28
66,783 22

•

Total.

9944,402 00
893,562 00
848,569 00
6'4,935 07
601,407 65
591,714 02
493,678 72
495,453 60
497,538 36
821,504 43
979,729 18
969,458 91
1,178,714 29
1,I83,191 12
1,171,766 74
493,547 08
512,340 02
511,27529
265,913 25
253,809 49
276,879 33
328,889 51
321,822 72
338,756 56
343,304 39
353,572 57
365,721 81
480,706 27
460,129 76
444,240 77

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LIABILITIES.
,

Date.

LMT OF BANKS.

. April
May
June
arrnersand 54echanics'lkinkof Steubenville - Apra
May
June
.
.
. April
ank of Wooster
„May
June
.
April
nman Bank of Wooster
May
June
.
. April
lank of Massillon
•
May
June
.
.
April
armers' Bank of Canton
May
June
. April
olumbiana Bank of New Lisbon
May
Jane
.
- April
esdern B4serve Bank May
June
- April
•
ank of Cieauga May
Jane
April
ommercial Bank of Lake Erie
May

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

•••••

Capital.

Circulation.

$242,500 00
242,500 00
242,500 00
326,437 50
326,437 50
326,437 50
227,136 93
297,136 93
228,796 93
108,651 25
108,651 25
108,651 23
200,000 00
200,000 00
200,00000
130,950 00
200,12500
201,125 00
60,000 00
90,000 00
90,000 00
198,662 50
195,662 50
198,662 50
154,613 10
154,613 10
154,701 54
500,000 00
5,0,000 00

_
$125,546 00
120,584 03
116,407 00
246,896 50
201,228 00
218,831 00
273,08800
295,669 00
308.032 00
163,772 00
153,401 00
150,110 00
278,992 00
260,031 00
231,39700
'77,073 00
77,58300
63,980 00
108,579 00
108,329 00
111,450 00
118,942 00
122,730 00
129,632 00
159,566 00
174,121 00
153,845 00
461,401 00
292,011 00

TFANcle:42116.4._',L;:et,

Due depositors.

$32,887 40
28,703 58
314429 05
101,592 98
101,319 87
87,985 80
96,059 91
127,136 56
103.541 50
29,640 68
21,705 41
30,112 58
25,733 18
24,173 95
31,72898
12,873 99
9,17392
61,487 56
27,417 56
21,038 13
23,036 25
26,144 53
33,461 29
31,863 91
20,581 54
17,141 12
42,940 90
74,905 26
87,484 00.

Due other
banks.

$8,736 09
17,836 48
11,337 40
13,594 02
14,369 65
'9,445 14
11,410 06
16,098 85
30.910 07
4 70
3,855 29
1,203 99
17,178 09
15,585 38
93,752 87
4,400 83
1,85349
2,221 98
8,968 22
9,770 05
3,595 33
43,148 13
2,167 90
17,523 39
4,06344
1,263 77
290 41
38,115 82
45,062 5

Other liabili.
ties.

$15,140 53
7,231 62
6,351 04
33,416 98
23,087 19
23,309 25
23,195 81
30,690 02
22,155 29
2,367 69
2,690 97
6,017 55
16,475 58
18,790 16
21,156 44
79,668 57
82,119 09
35,321 08
8,869 20
638 28
1,210 53
18,115 57
10,086 25
11,032 23
17,301 25
14,529 61
7,680 26
46,885 38
46 195 61

Total.

$424,810
416,855
408,024 4
721,937 9
666,4422
666,008 b
630,890 7
696,731
713,435 7
304,436 3
90,303
296,095 3
538,378
518,580 4
508,0345'
304,966 3
370,8544
364,135 6
213,833
229,775 4
229,592 1
405,012
367,107
388,713 9
356,146
361,658
346,458 11
1,121,307 4
1 07 663

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Jiscounted.
Belmont Bank of St. Clairsvilla

April
May
June
Farmers and Mechanics' Bank of Steubenville - April
May
June
Bank of Wooster
April
May
June
German Bank of Wooster
April
May
June
Bank of Massillon
April
May

Farmers' Bank of Canton
Columbiana Bank of New Lisbon
Western Reserve Bank

-

Bank of Geauga •
Commercial Bank of Lake Erie -


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June
April
May
June
April
May
June
April
May
June
April
May
June
April
May
June

$322,294 23
3143,289 95
313,112 65
528,857 45
497,565 43
482,08601
414,773 28
3816,126 51
383,999 44
170,33799
145,407 00
156,873 29
412,711 87
385,081 56
373,583 81
-104,444 84
107,294 78
106,969 -37
101,183 19
119,108 03
119,203 24
249,084 26
254,149 17
241,213 73
250,586 10
251,935 41
250,616 81
924,918 47
876,361 11

..

-

Specie.

$10,246 83
71,828 74
71,580 87
85,596 66
89,070 65
88,485 78
63,158 43
63,351 05
62,666 58
30,306 26
33,667 80
30,611681
48,529 01
47,815 02
42,832 34
5,853 50
6,496 78
6,400 73
47,698 25
51,369 14
60,018 05
38,561 40
39,733 61
47,692 66
37,389 17
38,414 24
37,260 85
55,940 00
50,301,00

Notes. of °deer Due f
braolik
uks. .er Other resourbanks.
ces.

$8,340 54
6,963 00
6,209 00
52,656 78
31,587 86
38,448 05
32,663 00
52,575 00
30,685 00
17,205 00
20,669 64
23,541 00
9,982 00
18,432 00
17,037 00
6,731 00
4,981 00
8,368 00
15,485 00
12,898 00
13,968 00
44,535 00
7,007 00
38,003 00
5,705 08
6,028 29
7,585 80
28,622 00
67,809 00

$15,165 03
6,957 89
9,297 15
86,927 97
80,812 03
89,16007
48,288 63
57,593 05
65,086 81
28,93585
51,231 15
28,038 57
8,579 50
5,664 36
14,583 22
12,391 44
11,766 48
6,615 ve
2,300 41
1,609 61
2,482 47
45,931 07
40,901 39
37,967 34
5-21 26
1,860 16
650 58
13,752 61
10,731 54

Tot.

$8,783 39
$424,810 02
7,816 12
416,855 68
7,824 83
408,024 49
17,899 12
721,937 98
17,406 25
666,442 21
17,828 78
666,008 69
72,007 37
630,890 71
137,085 74
696,731 35
170,997 91
713,436 74
57;651 23
304,436 32
57,267 86
290,303 92
57,038 76
296,095 37
58,576 47
638,378 85
61,597 55
518,580 49
59,998 18
608,034 59
176,545 61
304,966 39
240,316 39
370,854 43
236,783 30
364,136 62
47,167 13
213,833 98
44,790 68
229,775 46
43,830 35
229,592 11
26,90100
405,012 73
25,337-77
367,107 94
23,837 24
388,713 97
61,938 72
356,146 33
63,420 50
361,658 60
60,444 07
346,458 11
98,074 38
1,121,307 46
66,460 59
1,071,663 24

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Y 2-Continued.
LIABILITIES.
Date.

LIST OF BANKS.

Bank of Cleveland

-

-

-

- April

Bank of Norwalk

-

-

-

-

I3ank of Sandusky

-

-

-

-

.

-

-

-

Manhattan Bank

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-

-

May
June
April
May
June
April
May
June
April
May
June

- April
May
June

Capital.

Circulation. Due depositors.

Due other
banks.

Other liabilities.

Total.

$296,700 00
296,700 00
297,000 00
173,121 82
173,121 82
173,868 12
100,00000
100,00000
100,000 00

$358,093 00
354,44300
328,261 00
213,733 00
200,560 00
189,148 00
127,15500
119,35000
124,798 00

$85,473 29
70,73810
54,831 19
38,185 49
36,801 15
36,698 59
21,826 71
28,665 58
26,726 57

$4,182 80
7,25347
7,65094
17,083 12
7,921 50
7,348 94
3,54358
4,911 63
3,830 64

$22,699 80
20,017 81
28,344 96
12,845 60
15,071 33
9,436 06
8,79154
18,167 85
12,111 04

$767,148
749,152
716,128
454,9000
433,475
416,599 7
261,316
271,095 It
267,466

50,00000
50,000 00
180,580 00
180,580 00
189,480 80

66,77000
66,121 00
256,812 75
264,427 75
273,475 75

6,96303
6,414 64
16,260 00
15,116 21
15,735 56

20 00
'7,02792
4,302 22
3,465 73
1,578 62

1,54231
1,996 22
24,651 16
25,389 78
4,136 25

125,295
131;559
482,606 1
488,979 4
484,406

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-

-

Bank of Norwalk

-

-

Bank of Sandusky

-

-

Manhattan Bank -

-

-

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Total.

Jtes and bills
discounted.

April
May
June
- April
-•
May
June
- April
May
June
- April
May
June
- April
May
June

8625,104 09
664,992 65
637,387 50
297,001 29
268,249 51
249,967 58
177,127 88
176,483 03
188,174 86

$33,683 00
31,364 29
24,131 65
82,559 51
83,221 91
73,519 70
29,547 03
28,160 45
30,146 31

813,534 00
14,213 00
13,699 00
24,589 00
35,422 00
21,269 00
10,236 55
17,914 00
8,127 00

$172,393 04
24,957 68
16,984 98
33,905 25
35,735 64
36,911 96
25,816 79
29,147 83
21,917 03

822,4
13,6'
23,9'
16,91
10,
34,831
18,
19,
19,10

76
76
76
98
74
47
58
75
05

8767,148 89
749,152 38
716,128 09
454,969 03
433,475 80
416,499 71
261,316 83
271,095 06
267,466 25

68,326 78
83,29036
260,778 30
263,946 52
262,115 57

13,553 14
20,482 77
70,306 22
68,551 24
70,028 75

5,794 00
5,01400
26,970 95
21,590 20
23,580 70

29,711 02
6,549 16
4,159 99
6,509 65
7,528 80

7,91
16,13.
120,
128,381
121,1

40
89
67
86
16

125,295 34
131,559 78
482,606 13
488,919 47
484,406 98

,
Bank of Cleveland

Notes of other Due frail, .er Other re
banks.
ces.
banks.

Date.

LMT OF BANKS.

-

-

Specie.

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RECAPITULATION.
LIABILMES.

Circulatio
Other liabtlitres

-

-

.

April.

May.

June.

88,151,873 80
16,975,424 89

87,865,143 70
17,210,329 45

$6,132,020
12,674,110

25,133,298 69

25,075,473 15

19,106,130

2,616,927 02
22,516,471 67

2,554,301 80
22,511,171 35

2,066,616
17,039,519

25,133,298 69

25,065,473 15

19,106,129,

r,

RIMOURCES.

, -

Specie Other ro trees

-

-

-

-

-

The recapitulation, it will be found, does not prove for the monthsofMay and June. In
former there is an error often thousand dollars in the return of the Bank of West Union;
mthelauer anerrorofonedollarintheretarnoftheUrbana Banking Company.
ThereportsforJuneofthe Commercial and Franklin Banks of Cincinnati, and Comm
cial Bank of Lake Er* have not been received. The Bank of Mount Pleasant has neglec
or refusedtomakeanyreportsunderthelaw.
In the above report and recapitulation will be found embraced the statements of the Granv
Alexandrian Society. Thisconmispursuedsolelyibrthepubhcinformation;andtheunde
signed thus publiclydisclairnsany desire ordesignto
recognise
asaregularlyincorporatedbank,orinterferetotheprejudiceof the State or the Society wt
any question which may possibly arise as to the validity of theactsor powers and
privile
of theinstitution,underitspmentcharter.

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JOHN BROUGH,
Auditor of State.

Doc. No.

1 72.

987

Y3.
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE,
Columbus, August 3, 1839.
Editor
of the Ohio Statesman:
To the
As several articles in the newspapers of the State, in reference to the
I lately published statements of the Ohio banks, have fallen under my eye,
3 in which the error is committed of contrasting the aggregate condition
of
:those institutions without reference to the absence of the three statements
;^h were not received in time for publication, I send you the following
i
it of the circulation and specie of those institutions, with a comparative view of the totals in the months of April and June, which you are at
fiberty to publish, to prevent further error:
Commercial Bank of Lake Erie.
- $353.876 00 Specie
716,975 33 Resources

Circulation Liabilities -

- $46,005 00
- 1,025,846 33

$1,070,851 33

$1,070,851 33

Commercial Bank of Cincinnati.
Gradation * .ilities -

- $862,959 00 Specie
- 2,154,832 20 Resources

- $286,305 41
- 2,131,486 09

$3,017,791 20
•
C
tion • Liaunities .

$3,017,791 50

Lafayette Bank of Cincinnati.
. $229,286 00 Specie
- 1,536,894 46 Resources

- $108,548 07
- 1,657,632 39

•

$1,766,180 46

$1,766,180 46

These, when added to the totals of the statement for June, present the
following facts:
April
lune
1' A Reduction -

Circulation.

Specie.

- $8,157,873 89
7,878,141 47
-

$279,732 33

- $2,616,827 02
- 2,506,474 96
-

-

$110,352 06

Very respectfully, yours,
JNO. BROUGH, Auditor of State.


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Y 5-Continued.
SCHEDULE No. 1.
Showing'the amount of stock in each bank, held by residents and non-residents of the Stale; the total amount paid in, and
the amount authorized by the charters.
Names of banks.

Commercial Bank of Cincinnati
Franklin Bank of Cincinnati
Ohio Life Insurance and Trust Company Bank
_
Lafayette Bank of Cincinnati
Miami Exporting Company, including branch at
Conneaut Bank of Hamilton Dayton Bank
Bank of Xenia
Urbana Banking Company Franklin Bank of Columbus
Clinton Bank of Columbus Bank of Circleville Lancaster Ohio Bank
Bank of Chillicothe Commercial Bank of Scioto Bat 'i. of West Union
Bank of Marietta
Bank of Muskingum
Bank of Zanesville - c
Belmont Bank of St. Clairsville
.
Far . it
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Amount held by
residents.

$278,300 00
245,900 00
350,700 00
284,300 00
247,838 00
99,500 00
171,407 16
83,500 00
189,437 46
317,060 00
159,500 00
78,500 00
287,363 63
326,700 00
95,398 91
70,000 00
151,360 10
150,000 00
226,787 50
232,840 00
50 .

Amount held by
non-residents.

Total amount
paid in.

Amount authorized
by charter.

$721,700 00 $1,000,000 00
1,000,000 00
754,100 00
2,000,000 00
1,649,300 00
1,000,000 00
715,700 00

$1,000,000 II
1,000,000
2,000,000
1,000,000 0

296,965 00
100,000 00
174,007 16
100,000 00
199,437 46
485,760 00
300,000 00
200,000 00
322,363 63
500,000 00
275;195 91
70,000 00
180,073 63
150,000 00
268,787 50
242,500 00

500,000 II
500,000 II
500,000 01
100,000 0
500,000 I
500,000 01
300,000 11
200,000 01
500,000 l
500,000 1
500,000 II
500,000 01
500,000 II
500,000 II
500,000 II
500,000• t
1 tt t

49,127 00
500 00
2,600 00
16,500 00
10,000 00
168,700 00
140,500 00
121,500. 00
35,000 00
173,300 00
179,797 00
28,713 53
42,000 00
9,660 00
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Bank of Wooster
German Bank of Wooster
Bank of Massillon Farmers' Bank of Canton
Columbiana Bank of New Lisbon
Western Reserve Bank
Bank of Geauga
Commercial Bank of Lake Erie
Bank of Cleveland Bank of Norwalk
Bank of Sandusky Manhattan Bank
Granville Alexandrian Society
Bank of Steubenville

•••••••-

;ill10,405 00
180 oo

224,846 93
108,651 25
57,100 00
125,250 00
83,250 00
195,300 00
140,871 12
85,900 00
101,277 00
99,509 04
28,700 00
50,000 00
165,970 00
18,990 40i
5,961,931 00-1

1.00 oo
3,

00

1-SiaPSIS 00

15000X10 0'-

228,796 93
108,651 25
200,000 00
201,250 00
90,000 00
198,662 50
154,918 08
500,000 00
297,000 00
174;118 12
100,000 00
50,000 00
180,580 00
50,540 00

01.)
500,000 00
200,000 00
500,000 00
500,000 00
500,000 00
250,000 00
500,000 00
300,000 00
300,000 00
100,000 00
'
1500,000 00

5,959,648 66} 11,921,579 67

18,000,000 00

142,900 00
76,000 00
6,750 00
3,362 50
14,046 96
414,100 00
195,723 00
74,609 08
71,300 00
14,610.00
31,549 591

250,000

500,000 00

*The charter of this bank is not printed among the laws of Ohio; and the amount of capital stock
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Bank of Mount Pleasant
Not ascertallied

Y 5-Continued.
SCHEDULE No. 2.
Showing the amount of circulation of each bank on the 30th of April, 30th of June, 30th of Sept., and 30th of Nov., 1839.
Names of banks.

Commercial Bank of Cincinnati
Franklin Bank of Cincinnati
Life Insurance and Trust Company Lafayette Bank of Cincinnati
Miami Exporting Company,including branch at Conneaut
Bank of Hamilton ..
ayton Bank
II ank of Xenia
rbana Banking Company ranklin Bank of Columbus
Clinton Bank of Columbus :ank of Circleville Ancaster Ohio Bank
r ank of Chillicothe ..Commercial Bank of Scioto ank of West Union
Bank of Marietta
•
Bank of Muskingum
..
Bank of Zanesville Relmont Bank of St. Clairsville
Bank of Mount Pleasant
runsana
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April 30.

June 30.

September 30.

November 30.

$992,973 00
264,383 00
556,920 00
237,080 00

$649,544 00
229,286 00
668,920 00
224,477 00

$346,195 00
134,174 00
472,225 00
98,939 00

$246,002
86,912 II
301,405 Ii
55,778 ii

261,605 00
147,339 00
131,884 00
178,049 00
423,568 50
227,954 00
200,907 00
197,014 00
327,035 75
438,831 08
151,337 00
181,843 00
79,864 22
102,632 00
86,955 00
125,546 00
84,249 00
*16,896 50

232,511 00
131,995 00
118,455 00
180,188 00
410,306 05
196,545 00
153,277 00
196,893 00
424,618 37
409,191 08
164,705 00
178,385 00
89,941 22
90,770 00
75,355 00
116,407 00
69,456 00
218831 (1()

102,637 00
134,488 00
126,951 00
159,172 00
396,719 15
142,883 00
93,779 00
154,010 00
376,745 37
285,576 58
151,356 00
117,578 00
110,198 22
67,640 00
54,933 00
93,284 00
45,380 00
l66.936 00

100,598
125,713 II
88,561 II
156,334 i i
363,981 I
. 107,099 I
130,171
117,896
284,799 3
183,982 0
133,467 0
122,645 II
96,761 2'
53,697 II
37,605 II
65,587 0
36,393
120,276

Zai

Farmers' Bank of Canton
Columbiana Bank of New Lisbon
Western Reserve Bank
Bank of Geauga
Commercial Bank of Lake Erie
Bank of Cleveland Bank of Norwalk
Bank of Sandusky Manhattan Bank
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_

*seadlisr

163,772 00
278,992 00
77,073 00

108,579 00
118,942 00
159,566 00
961,401 00
358,093 00
213,733 00
127,155 00
67,019 00
256,812 75
8,309,141 80

150,7
231,1

00

63,980 00
111,450 00
129,632 00
153,845 00
353,876 00
328,261 00
189,148 00
124,798 0)
166,121 00
273,475 75
7,734,182 47

nezir41,0

244,1144 stir
140,1'74 Of
171,645

64,579 00
104,753 00
137,869 00
128,590 00
314,496 00
352,533 00
141,218 00
113,786 00
65,446 00
271,621 25

65,554 00
84,610 00
112,984 00
100,432 00
279,726 00
277,655 00
119,561 00
97,710 00
65,980 00
257,863 25
36,580 00

6,180,404 57

5,047,778 22

00
213,538 00

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IlteridttOf Wooster
German Bank of Wooster
Bank of Massillon

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SCHEDULE No. 3.

6e;

Showing the amount of specie in each bank on the 30th of April, 30th of June, 30111 of Sept., and 30th of Nov., 1839.
Names of banks.

Apiit 30.

Commercial Bank of Cincinnati
$362,373 60
ranklin Bank of Cincinnati
118,944 18
Ohio Life Insurance and Trust Company 158,854 89
Lafayette Bank of Cincinnati
88,903 73
iami Exporting Company,including branch at Conneaut
_
100,169 59
l'ank of Hamilton 50,336 20
ill ayton Bank
106,656
67
i: ank of Xenia
63,312 00
rbana Banking Company 78,285 04
ranklin Bank of Colunibus
143,915 00
Clinton Bank of Columbus 78,200 86
:ank of Circleville 72,800 23
Lancaster Ohio Bank
83,860 86
Bank of Chillicothe 152,864 37
Commercial Bank of Scioto 46,161 47
ank of West Union
72,113
17
ank of Marietta
50,284 66
ank of Muskingum
36,866 95
ank of Zanesville 52,546 29
elmont Bank of St. Clairsville
' 70,246 83
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June 30.

$286,305
108,548
188,222
97,058

September 30.

11
07
16
17

81,021 79
53,339 00
104,825 48
72,119 83
71,519 44
132,808 00
73,128 02
72,172 20
81,412 62
147,695 25
53,021 03
47,011 36
51,675 28
37,326 19
46,406 99
71,580 87
,291 AO
•• tet.

$203,507
94,641
113,965
52,893

12
53
18
20

26,922 99
45,475 20
91,426 20
68,008 93
74,020 95
110,818 00
57,059 86
60,395 92
73,680 43
116,568 43
39,264 26
48,219 59'
43,794 19
31,540 49
48,092 82
71,879 45
96,963 36

November 30.

$159,939 1
84,884 9
114,837 4
32,892
34,757 5
40,505 8
84,545 3
70,666
48,400 7
84,057 II
59,702 II
53,343 3
38,404 0
119,568 0
37,258 7
36,002 9
42,853 1
30,446 8
'37,168 6
61,634
93488
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30,306 25

6,666 difa
30,60c

78
23,735 99
43,342 40

61,144

73
50,018 05
47,692 66
37,260 85
45,005 00
24,131 85
73,519 70
30,146 31
20,482 77
70,028 75

8,891 16
48,239 95
53,013 39
36,135 29
37,978 00
29,486 00
81,171 52
22,478 85
19,647 69
39,515 57
-

9,129 00
45,346 33
52,865 27
31,960 66
31,156 00
25,897 75
78,772 49
26,035 71
15,611 73
40,636 13
14,018 04

2,662,642 10

2,534,766 45

2,098,587 04

1,851,380 90

42,83.
6,4e0

cil

441,4041 Si
20,705 05
44,441 24

01
5,853 50
47,698 25
38,561 40
37,389 17
55,940 00
33,683 00
82,559 51
29,547 03
13,341 22
70,306 22
48,529

•zia •ox •ooa

German Bank of Wooster

Bank of Massillon Farmers' Bank of Canton Columbiana Bank of New Lisbon
Western Reserve Bank
Bank of Geauga
Commercial Bank of Lake Erie
Bank 6f Cleveland Bank of Norwalk
Bank of Sandusky Bank of Manhattan Granville Alexandrian Society
Bank of Steubenville

611,158 43

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SCHEDULE No. 4.
Exhibiting the number of individuals andfirms indebted to each bank as principals in
sums of $5,000 and upwards,
and in sums less than $5,000, with the aggregate amount of their indebtedness
.
In sums of $5,000 and upwards.

No. as Amount of indebted- No. as Amount of indebte
princi- ness as principals. princi- ness as princip dals.
pals.
pals.

Commercial Bank of Cincinnati
Franklin Bank of Cincinnati .
Ohio Life Insurance and Trust Company Bank
Lafayette Bank of Cincinnati*
Miami Exporting Company
Branch at Conneaut
Bank of Hamilton .
Dayton Bank Bank of Xenia Urbana Banking Company
Franklin Bank of Columbus
Clinton Bank of Columbus
Bank of Circleville
Lancaster Ohio Bank* Bank of Chillicothe
Ifilowel Welk of 84iPto
4.,
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In sums less than $5,000.

Names of banks.

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72
71
66
110
28
9
11
5
22
13
21
23
56
25
48
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$783,355 05
620
774,402 00
363
298,829 90
751
1,067,026 00
442
307,615 98
107
50,486 63
108
93,048 12
102
28,003 00
486
83,903 10 . 181
126,756 37
276
294,207 00
405
189,000 60
318
206,514 59
155
160,985 52
236
437,067 66
174
213,018 11
160
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$706,996 32
456,998 00
487,372 64
520,968 00
91,882 07
86,071 39
95,339 77
207,293 30
185,824 63
149,409 59
327,576 00
304,316 54
151,259 23
284,440 35
226,988 31
109,514 82

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Bank of Marietta

3 1
6 1

Bank of MuskinKum•
Bank of Zanesville
Belmont Bank of St. Clairsville Farmers and Mechanics' Bank of Steubenville
Bank of Mount Pleasant°
Bank of Wooster
German Bank of Wooster
Bank of Massillon
Farmers' Bank of Canton
Columbiana Bank of New Lisbon
Western Reserve Bank Bank of Geauga
Commercial Bank of Lake Erie
Bank of Cleveland
Bank of Norwalk
Bank of Sandusky
Manhattan Bank
Granville Alexandrian Society Bank of Steubenville -


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43
25
16
21
20
18
20
24
5
8
13
10
26
25
16
14
5
22
3

932

138,000 00
54,639 00
198,149 29

29 1
253
101

244,760 39
92,450 61
144,402 00
30,850 00
120,477 50
83,776 50
180,001 39
77,009 00
48,544 97
126,717 32
64,429 71
359,995 00
307,094 48
94,685 00
61,403 55
22,946 65
166,442 52
15,357 14

21,138 Si
127,604 00
5.3,472 OS

47
213
334
892
292
103
97
25
99
163
362
238
139
132
112
63
100
40

57,502 93
194,230 24
302,473 36
221,538 00
341,328 53
85,637 76
110,656 87
32,176 86
87,581 24
120,443 90
185,044 48
317,118 00
197,494 49
110,466 76
107,098 48
41,493 71
97,504 00
20,331 84

7,743,351 65 8,778

7,314,587 47

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SCHEDULE No. 5.
Showing the amount of liabilities of the directors and officers of the several banking institutions of this State as principals and as securities, the amount of stock held by the directors and officers in each bank, with the amount of
circulation
and ofspecie at the time of examination.
Date ofex- Liabilities of di- Liabilities of di- Amount of stock
Names of banks.amination. rectors and offi- rectors and offi- owned by direccers as principals cars as securities tors and officers.

Commercial Bank of Cincinnati
ranklin Bank of Cincinnati hio Life Insurance and Trust Company Bank afayette Bank of Cincinnati iami Exporting Company • .
ranch at Conneaut ank of Hamilton
ayton Bank ank of Xenia
rbana Banking Company
ranklin Bank of Columbus linton Bank of Columbus ank of Circleville ancaster Ohio Bank ank of Chillicothe ommercial Bank of Scioto 
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Amount of circulation.

1839.
•
May 30 $171,735 72
June 5 64,537 99

$96,179 60
52,427 25

$79,200 00 $737,331 00
37,900 00 253,137 00

June 8
June 7
June 1
July 20
June 13
June 17
June 19
June 21
May 8
May 11
May 14
June 27
May 16
May 20

32,376 00
54,000 00
212,660 39
32,583 90
103,167 00
21,919 00
53,796 00
115,483 25
55,129 00
80,072 51
171,012 75
131,428 88
46,717 67
15,308 22

113,900 00
199,000 00
154,000 00
11,444 00
13,350 00
49,550 00
32,250 00
33,425 00
206,080 00
118,300 00
50,600 00
100,700 00
63,300 00
11,446 15

Al
....,....

56,659 00
128,050 00
295,677 23
25,746 14
79,121 45
10,443 00
25,445 00
56,412 00
144,340 00
90,495 54
112,285 27
112,616 82
• 11,000 00
31,075 63

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Amount of
specie.

$206,556 1
123,830 9

662,995 00
171,774 91
242,176 00
109,027 0
252,991 00
78,377 8
19,049 00
7,825 1.
130,536 00
53,265 7
115,918 00
103,342 0
177,051 00
72,458 0
440,592 65
91,101 0
224,460 00
144,350 II
197,025 00
78,324 9
203,958 00 , 71,665 7
422,840 37
81,082 2
493,075 58
146,908 0
150.845 00
44,520 41

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Bank of Muskingum 1, ,
Bank of Zanesville Belmont Bank of St. Clairsville
Farmers and Mechanics'Bank of Stet“
benville
Bank of Mount Pleasant
Bank of Wooster
German Bank of Wooster
Bank of Massillon
Farmers' Bank of Canton
Columbiana Bank of New Lisbon
Western Reserve Bank . Bank of Geauga
Commercial Bank of Lake Erie
Bank of Cleveland
Bank of Norwalk
Bank of Sandusky
Manhattan Bank
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June It
June 25
Aug. 5

46,000 00
51,002 00
3,400 00

ist3
16,38269
17,510 00
17,690 00

Aug. 2 41,001 17 217,991 10
Aug. 3 21,710 OW
24,014 00
July 10 108,928 35 279,320 10
July 9 56,524 00
83,015 68
July 12 28,318 64
56,660 00
July 27
45,371 00
99,281 20
July 25
12,089 98
60,956 31
July 23
15,113 00
37,160 00
July 18
17,925 00
16,335 59
July 15 104,772 00 127,717 00
July 16
55,143 48
July 20 63,235 00
50,249 QO
July 22 38,504 00
52,158 00
July 24
4,952 13
12,996 65
May 31
30,197 80 118,535 24
Oct. 29
3,397 71

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98,397 00
712,810 00
78,800 00
63,500 00
91,548 00

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57,250 00
66,125 00
162,035 09
93,277 50
18,900 00
53,825 00
27,650 00
42,937 50
11,378 63
31,200 00
28,500 00
23,346 83
19,300 00
2,700 00
44,100 00
3,020 00

98,737 00
28,669 89
63,244 22
31,039 79
42,277 46
6,769 67
49,713 53
48,540 81
38,420 99
39,635 65
23,200 46
73,170 60
28,389 72
20,264 69
68,551 24
9,061 52

224,717 00
51,553 00
306,417 00
161,496 00
217,002 00
55,646 00
113,496 00
130,153 00
155,821 00
310,158 00
280,554 00
177,721 00
114,770 00
64,847 00
264,427 75
37,065 00

39,026 60
49,863 04
72,041 92

2,337,642 36 2,610,139 37 2,231,640 70 7,917,521 57 2,527,702
23

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Bank of Xenia.

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Miami Exporting
Company.

Lafayette Bank of
Cincinnati.

Ohio Life Insurance
and Trust Company Bank.

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Franklin Bank of
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Commercial Bank of
Cincinnati.

NAMES OF THE BANKS.

apital
irculation Due depositors
ue other banks
Other liabilities
Total

- $1,000,000 00 $I,000,00004
429,/45 00
134,174 00
155,234 28
85,473 61
145,6131 55
66,138;01
617,525 72
174,434 67

$635,380 CC $1,000,000 00 $297,085 00 $100,000 00 $174,007.36 $100,000 00 $199,437 4
472,225 00
98,939 00 102,037 00 131,488 00 127,951 00 159,172 00 390,719 1r
286,023 95
41,93400
14,838 71
13,593 08
78,575 40
74,793 80
28,3056'
94,720 30
76,127 73
21,394 3') 14,030 48
2,99980
6,13128
111,5437
1,481,034 02
422,116 69
90,298
7,311 42
8,099 85
18,358 21 124,817 86

-

2,969,383 27

2,347,686 55

1,460,220 19

REROURCEIL

525,653 98

270,211 41

390,19466

.

Notesandbilladisced
Specie
Notes of other tanks
Duefroniotherbanks
Othor resources
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680,164 34 - 1,163,871 70
203,507 12
94,641 53
95,075 25
52,546 I
66,891 50
41,029 17
1,302,048 34
108,131 79
2,347,686 55

359,105 41

767,823 95

.

475,701 50
113,965 16
161,378 00
71,528 39
2,116,810 20

861,262 60
52,893 20
29,361 00
63,937 15
631,613 56

347,453 34
26,922 99
4,511 00
1,031 03
145,735.6'

152,399 48 236,757 94
91,426 20
45,475 I
3,500 I I
18,255 00
12,103 8
15,863 67
56,732 8
27,89485

227,609 10
68,008 9'
31,074 00
17,404 05
15,009 •

365,856 51
74,02095
73,984
108,015
145,916 7-

1,460,220 19 2,969,3e3 27

1,639,117 51

525,653 98

270,211 41

359,105 41

767,823 9

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390,194 66

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.
depositors
1 ue
luemberbanks Totrd
•

$500,000 00
285,576 58
62,417 14
20,032 59
50,538-86
918,565 17

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Bank of Muskingum.

Commercial Bank of
Scioto.

Bank of Chillicothe.

Lancaster Ohio Bank.

- $481,260 00 8300,000 Ii $2-0,000 II $322,363 63
142,883 00 93,779 ft 151,010 II
376,745 37
131,373 (f
57,4249
25,929 89
53134 571
16,050 00 24,139 34 23,6l23
fo),132 83
44,789 ft
35,513 5'
I
34,596
96,66324
------- 819,355 00 510,856
438,148 57 899,039 641

•therliabilities

RESOURCES.

Bank of Circleville.

LUZII MED.

Clinton Bank of Columbus.

Franklin Bank of
Columbus.

NAMES OF TILE BANKS.

$275,195 91 $80,000 00 $180,194
*150,000 II
151,356 II 117,578 00 110,198 2. 67,640 II
10,424 37
35,989 97 92,275 4
2055175
1,332 19
9522
18 298 34
2,850
11,2069
11,566 32
22,722
9,377
479,355 69 220,900 88

354,058 83 323,978 2

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542,445 00 383,615
334,590 25
110,818 I
57,059 ' 60,395 9
42,568 00 38,705 01
8,40538
17,91300
15,342 1
24,129 I
105,611 00
16,133 91
10,628 I

498,871 36
73,680 43
3283600
37,180 03
256,471 821

66,676 51
204,647 3 122,986 60
116,568 43
39,261 26 48,219 50
63,238 72 ' 6,307 43
11,111 00
99,834 72
04
11,549 01
2033,
572,246 79
217,587 63 36,550 65

144,009 44 232,313 6
43,794 19 31,540 4
17,66097 4,850
19,356 13
340
129,238 10 54,9279:

819,355 II

899,039 641

918,565 1

354,058 83 323,973 1

510,856

438,448 6

479,355 69 220,900 88

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apital ireulation
line depositors
Ione other banks
ether liabilities

-

Total

- 1)268,787 50 8242,500 00 $326,437 50 8228,8
73 24 8108,651 25 $200,000 00 $201,2
54,933 00
50 00
93,284 00 166,936 00 279,240 00
160,536 00 213,538 00
64,579 I
29,061 72
27,899 41
55,514 74
40,707
07
38,110
46
23,640
39
14,60639
9,419 14 .
4,63762
14,415 24
9,475 47
283 43
13,543 09
4,82723
24,395 18
10,086 39
29,983 57 101,928 80
7,806 38
17,077 78 69,647 98
391,783 79 378,407 42 593,287 05 660,22
4 58 315,387 52 467,799 26 349,723
35

Western Reserve
Bank.

Columbiana Bank of
New Lisbon.

Farmers' Bank of
Canton.

Bank of Massillon.

of
German Bank
Wooster.

Bank of Wooster.

Farrhersand Mechan•
ics' Bank of Steubenville.

LIABILITIES.

Belmont Bank of St.
Clairsville.

Bank of Zanesville.

NAMES OF THE BANKS.

$90,000 00
104,753 00
25,952 68
2,29723
5,250 02

$198,662 I
137,869
22,464 •
8,013
12,519 6:

228,252 93

379,529 .

116,008 52
48,239 95
3,037 31
4,40277
56,564 38

244,348 '
63,013 3'
16,927 ii
29,195 9'.
36,045 I,

228,252 93

379,529 ..

RESOURCES.

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265,045 16
48,092 82
6,935 00
4,86528
66,84553

282,460 73
71,879 45
48,710 00
6,61697
8,74027

224,438 79 226,745 50
94,669 36 .61,144 78
19,021 00
38,881 00
24,592 13
36,721 48
230,565 77 296,731 82

250,417 05
23,735 99
10,940 00
13,488 97
16,80551

291,783 79

378,407 42

593,287 05

315,387 52 467,799 26

660,224 58

224,582
112,219 73
43,342
8,891 16
8,272 00
10,285 00
9,62909
4,780 18
181,973 I 213,547 28
349,723 35

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Total

-

$155,028 08
128,590 00
17,848 19
1,06593
12 371 79
Ai..
314,903 99

$500,000 00
314,496 00
101,764 45
17,323 32
65,426 8t

$298,050 00
352,533 00
73,876 83
5,421 30
16,750 25

$174,118 12
141,218 00
30,419 23
7,30948
26,219 47

$100,000 00
113,786 00
17,413 62
5,26036
ip,s6iiii

999,010 63

746,634 34

379,284 30

262,341 85

122,476 89

285,930 14

516,797 9

227,645 91
36,135 29
9,97443
1,931 67

610,490 41
37,978 00
32,452 00
9,521 25

419,774 25
29,486 12
12,697 00
18,670 84

237,909
81,171
26,571
21,101

191,437 78
22,478 85
8,95000
20,830 32

58,781 7:
19,647 69
2,39605
19,866 12

244,174 00
26,963 35
5,81600
6,69080

290,413 Od
89,515 5
13,423 ii
113,776 1
6-

$50,060 00 $195,535 00
63,446 00
45,380 00
3,976 77
39,784 31
228 75
1,308 87
AVA617_jarkii

8189,480
271,621 2
15,001 2
9,116 91
..

RESOURCES.
Meg and

billsdaeounted
ecie
.
otesofotherbanks
ue from otherbanks ther resources lrotal

-

39'21"9
314,903 99

92
52
00
79

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379,284 30
262,341 85
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285,930 14

516,797

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Granville Alexandrian Society.

of Mount
Pleasant.
Bank

4

Manhattan Bank.

Bank of Sandusky.

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Bank of Cleveland.

LIABILITIES.

Commercial Bank of
Lake Erie.

Bank of Geauga.

NAMES OF THE BANKS.

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RECAPITULATION.
LIABILITIES.

Capital _
Circulation
depositors
Due

- $10,522,297 53
6,263,454 57
1,844,148 52
730,895 61
3,724,630 18

' Due other banks
Other liabilities
Total

-

23,085,426 41

RESOURCES.

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Total

$11,268,125 53
2,098,587 99
930,665 05
966,190 94
7,821,856 90
23,085,426 41

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LIABILITIES.
Circulation.

Due depositors.

Commercial Bank of Cincinnati
Franklin Bank of Cincinnati Ohio Life Ins. and Trust Comp'y
Lafayette Bank of Cincinnati Miami Exporting Company
Bank of Hamilton
Dayton Bank .
Bank of Xenia Urbana Banking Company
Franklin Bank of Columbus
Clinton Bank of Columbus
Bank of Circleville
.
Lancaster Ohio Bank .
Bank of Chillicothe
.
Commercial Bank of Scioto
Bank of INT•t. Union
Bank of Marietta
Bank of Muskingum .
Bank of Zanesville
Belmont Bank of St. Clairsville
Bank of Mount Pleasant
Farmers and Mechanics' Bank of
Steubenville Bank of Wooster
German Sank of Wooster


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Due other
banks.

Accumulated
profits and contingent fund.

Other
ties.

$1,000,000 00
1,000,000 00
633,259 45
1,000,000 00
297,085 00
100,000 00
174,007 16
100,000 00
199,521 81
443,728 00
300,000 00
200,000 00
322,363 63
500,000 00
275,195 91
80,000 00
180,723 90
150,000 00
268,787 50
242,500 00
195,035 II

4239,292 00
62,641 00
369,730 00
38,840 00
110,429 00
103,317 00
77,247 00
139,979 00
339,574 20
87,875 00
143,704 00
106,733 00
245,916 37
161,052 58
123,025 00
119,473 00
81,461 24
47,599 00
33,241 00
57,920 00
28,392 00

$169,931 78
279,988 36
220,901 83
175,341 67
9,348 31
16,411 85
65,080 26
66,697 12
79,431 90
123,100 00
67,746 19
34,176 13
33,077 41
50,6T4 06
21,786 OH
5,798 73
15,970 85
42,405 41
24,293 40
17,878 59
34,406 96

$115,539 48
86,414 31
104,826 03
53,286 88
18,315 30
7,219 92
10,951 39
1,788 17
11,263 01
15,230 00
23,468 65
:35,96935
38,806 03
19,541582
8,056 75
257 14
4,662 24
499 51
16,598 63
5,377 58
428 46

9386,006 44
191,405 14
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141,160 55
11,752 14
4,586 40
9,211 55
22,339 95
21,119 47
27,130 00
23,875 45
29,164 73
22,625 16
48,416 61
20,949 06
6,259 51
10,810 01
7,348 34
31,614 90
5,541 73
2,096 74

$84,816 51
1;733 7
592,1204
232,530 33
71,728 41
1,956 94
3,297

294,550 00
228,873 24
108,651 25

104,442 00
190,202 00
1T3,947 00

63,659 58
59,814 12
18,484 19

1,183 93
3,281 81
69

25,46809
26,683 58
t
otalie4i111:,

1,9/1 46
14,637 10

104,853 24
390 II
_
13,806 42
22,288 1
4,399 1
_
6 II
14,437 4
47,500 II
-915 23
-

Total.

$1,995,586 21
1,621,982 55
1,920,840 83
1,641,139 43
518,658 16
233,492 11
339,774 94
330,804 24
755,763 66
697,453 00
538,774 29
419,847 63
685,076 76
784,064 20
452,012 80
211,794 44
311,068 56
295,352 06
372,533 43
330,133 13
260,359 14
491,225 06
541,491 85
466,1 13

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NAMES OF BASIL

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NAAILS OF BANKS.

Commercial Bank of Cincinnati
Franklin Bank of Cincinnati Ohio Life Ins. and Trust Comp'y
Lafayette Bank of Cincinnati Miami Exporting Company
Bank of Hamilton
Dayton Bank
Bank of Xenia Urbana Banking Company
Franklin Bank of Columbus
Clinton Bank of Columbus
Bank of Circleville
Lancaster Ohio Bank Bank of Chillicothe
Commercial Bank of Scioto
Bank of West Union
Bank of Marietta
Bank of Muskingum
Bank of Zanesville
Belmont Bank of St. Clairsville Bank of Mount Pleasant
Farmers and Mechanics' Bank
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Bank of Wooster
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Notes and bills
discounted.

31,453.677 l
1,236,922 79
683,088 04
1,397,142 -I
397,168 83
164,325 67
184,322 71
168,447 92
351,625 13
473,410 00
293,064 :.
300,492 8
459,702 3
363,307
229,451 1
133,883 ..
185,310 ..
173,315 71
240,918 81
248,821 7
228,739 to
351,449 27
384,678 08
216,257 52

Notes of
Due from 'State and other Real estate.
other banks, other banks.
stocks.

$141,787 21 025,665 00 391,854 18
87,884 57 159,085 'I
28,705 26
121,263 54
67,058 00
57,887 56
34,002 79 80,171 00
63,654 30
26,071 21
15,563 52
4,857 57
35,153 5'
6,350 00
7,950 21
86,860 43
46,768 00
11,144 27
69,538 56
44,055 00
15,546 82
49,811 41
41,405 00 115,058 83
76,818 00
17,722 00 25,867 00
54,818 14
29.854 41
42,409 93
51,726
41,927 00
18,654 57
38,006 61
11,211 00
22,840 17
138,068 09
16,369 00
60,243 35
33,650
17,631 7
20,325 22
40,001 61
16,806 00
15,823 59
36,996
17,001 29
7,561 21
19,014 03 22,456 35
5,147 38
19,005 48
8,721 II
21,39787
55,256 82
7,623 00
9,839 78
19,484 17
6,430 00
1,18973
62,399
47,651
16,732

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a By bank department.

27,73400
27,44000
14,969 00

18,766 98
27,674 80
11,841 52

$109,042 58 358,939 20
67,000 'I
38,559
716,204 10 .2,175 00
5,600 00 54,280 80
20,676 84
1,00000
2,970
2,537 24
41:282 70
5,293 75
89,832 00
12,056 00
18,424 7
P5,452 51
119:273 83 20,961 29
191,739 28
14,335
16,100
4,908 63
25:000 00
6,425 4
50,000 00
5,000 00
783
75,7
3,500 00
2,914 74
4,500
8,674 74
21,96424
1,i55 1
1- Furniture.

F--Other re-Twal.
sources.

2104,620 87 81,995,586 21
3,825 66 1,621,982 55
273,164 5( 1,920,840 13
8,279 14 1,641,139 43
518,658 16
54,320 19
233,492 11
18,712 71
339,774 94
7,709 50
330,804 24
30,678
755,763 66
151,156 85
697,453 00
1,71800
538,774 29
1,172 19
419,847 63
1,594 64
685,076 76
12,981 50
784,062 20
134:85446
452,012 80
370 95
211,794 44
32,773 84
311,068 66
25,418 60
295,352 06
1,70905
372,535 43
2,17706
330,133 13
16 24
260,359 14
22.200 77
12,083 64
5,119 26

491,225 06
521,491 85
266,175 13

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LIABILITIES.
Capital.

Circulation.

Due depositors.

NAMES OF BANKS.

an k of Massillon
armers Bank of Canton
olumbiana Bank of New Lisbon
estern Reserve Bank •
ank of Geauga
ommercial Bank of Lake Erie
.
ank of Cleveland
ank of Norwalk
ank of Sandusky
Ianbaitan Bank
ranville Alexandrian Society.
an k of Steubenville
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$2110,000 00
201,250 00
90,000 00
198,662 50
155,02808
500,000 00
298,050 00
174,20980
100,000 00
50,000 00
194,529 22
51,510 00

8137,801 00
68,965 00
'73,06200
102,904 00
89,331 00
228,8:37 00
250,528 00
97,862 00
88,820 00
53,797 00
262,560 25
28,865 00

$20,904 18
10,275 36
14,906 16
29,503 18
22,453 16
93,952 13
41,930 02
31,899 83
20,583 15
3,093 96
25,138 60
8,37926

10,507,521 45

4,607,127 62

2,017,360 65

Due other
banks.

$7,811 68
5,52843
3,397 26
2,12() 21
1,663 13
13,012 87
15,207 03
6,47604
2,421 27
14,145 63
16,681 59
4 38
683,552 60

Accumulated
profits and con•
tingent fund.
$15,097 91
5,948 78
1,407 40
5,78954
3/
3,447 75
17,808 02
10,477 53
11,376 65
1,872 01
5,226 82
1,07680
1,192,892 80

Other liabilities.

_
$54,834 33
_
18,258 41
21,491 10
_
15,527 34
18,123 10
67968 55
1,348,540 99

Total.

$381,614 7
346,801 9
182,772 8.
338,9794
286,7337.
0315,740 8
625,523 0
338,452 5
241,324 I
122,908
511,105 0
89,8354
20,357,196 1

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Bank of Massillon
Farmers' Bank of Canton
• Columbiana Bank ofNew Lisbon
Western Reserve Bank Bank of Geauga
Commercial Bank of Lake Erie
Bank of Cleveland
Bank of Norwalk
Bank of Sandusky
Manhattan Bank
Granville Alexandrian Society Bank of Steubenville
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Specie.

$301,709 90
115,957 03
111,699 74
176,016 53
204,853 10
767,721 95
511,260 98
230,044 08
160,911 12
75,655 20
290,970 85
44,741 12

$12,736 77
8,653 91
38,572 99
50,055 28
31,675 52
31,781 00
27,567 58
75,707 04
21,914 83
15,531 90
39,351 39
8,807 00

13,414,087 18

1,752,446 99

Du,from State and oth
Notes of
other banks, other banks.
stocks. -

$9,783 00 $16,554 35
13,321 00 '
759 88
314 13
6,419 69
41,411 00 37,293 25
1,7481:
15,500 17
4,313 28
20,844 00
34,011
36
3,876 00
6,885 00
5,782 43
25,390 32
8,865 00
15,393 35
6,078 00
30,996 68
16,014 23
3,491 00
27,763 49
947,526 00

891,59036

$8,628
71
_
13,050 00
500000
11,330 00
8,500 00
_
6,437 96

teal

estate.

$4,666 67
30,162 51
6,579 17
14,940 51
48,929 51
16,807 85
5,779 60
14,263 38
2,551 53
626 40

1,501,585 49

523,503 38

Other resources.

$3,164 08
169,318 86
25,733 27
14,544 00
13,016 30
7,821 II
23,500 00
14,261 39
9,999 52
1,260 66
133,145 48
5,03283

Total.

$381,614 77
346,801 90
182,77/ 89
338,979 43
286,733 78
895,740 85
625,523 07
338,452 54
241,324 17
-112,908 60
511,105 03
89,835 44

1,327,455 82 20,357,196 11

The publication of this report has been delayed to the present date, in consequence of the numerous calls upon the bank commissioners by the General
Assembly.

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discounted.

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BANKS OF OHIO.
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EXHIBIT of the coadition of the various banks in Ohio,showing their names,locations, dates of charter, capital stock, amount paid
on subscription, specie in their vaults, circulation, and discounts; together with the total amount of capital. steak authorized, amount
paid in on subscription, amount of specie in their vaults, and amount of circulation and discounts, as they existed in the month of
January, 1835.

Names.

Location.

Date of Capital stock. Ain't paid in.
charter.

1 Franklin Bank of Columbus, Columbus, - 1816
Clinton Bank of Columbus, Columbus, . 1834
Bank of Chilicothe,
1808
- Chilicothe, Dayton Bank,
- Dayton,
- 1814
Western Reserve Bank, - Warren,
- 1812
Bank of Mount Pleasant, - Mt. Pleasant,
1816
7 Farmers and Mechanics'
Bank of Steubenville, - Steubenville,
1816
8 Farmers' Bank of Canton, Canton.
- 1816
9 Urbana Banking Company, Urbana,
- 1816
0 Bank of Marietta,
- Marietta,
- 1807
1 Bank of Muskingum.
- Putnam,
2 Commercial Bank of Sciota, Portsmouth, . 3 Lancaster Ohio Bank,
- Lancaster, - 1816
4 Commercial Bank of Lake
Erie,
- Cleveland, - 1816
5 Bank of Cleveland,
- Cleveland, - 1834
6 Belmont Bank of St.Clairs•
ville,
- • - .St. Clairsville, 1816
7 ommercial Bank of Cincinnati,
- Cincinnati, - 1829
8 Franklin Bank ofCincinnati, Cincinnati - 1831
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Specie in
vaults.

Circulation.,

Discounts.

Remarks.

$500,000 $434,425 00 $152,745 00 $345,376 00 $567,942 08
300,000 150,250 00 _ 136,052 00 114,490 00 105,760 66
85,129 91 362.,78? 58 518,167 86
500,000 350,300 00
92,250 08 214,125 00 238,019 99
500,000
102,640 00
500,000 144,057 50
50,816 48 149,173 00
Disc'nts no
38,919 55 137,637 00 299,520 00 reported.
500,000 187,384 00
500,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
500,000
100,000
500,000

117,319 50
70,000 00
50,241 57
71,750 00
110,650 00
92,892 00
184,700 00

500,000
200,000

249,344 00
102,000 00

500,000

155,550 00

44,401 58

1,000,000 1,000,000 00
1 000 000 1,000 000 00

147,276 93
293 855 62

61,818
51,973
30,309
17,018
30,465
17,31J
79,415

43
04
65
16
98
06
71

229,576 50
207,091 00
136,402 00
82,451 72
141,372 00
3*8,648 00
3.'7,529 00

102,145 35 301,745 00
50,056 08 .76,998 00
197,978 00

209,714 64
Same.
-

•

Same.
98,665
125,688
70,732
320,491

73
40
66
14

499,304 12
73,660 98
275,065 86

345,311 00 1,482,756 30
505 164 00 1 386,983 02

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No.

Names.

19

Lafayette Bank ot Cincinnati.
Ohio Life Insurance and
Trust Company,
Bank of Geauga.
Bank of Sandusky.
Bank of Massillon.
Bank of Wooster,
I Bank of Zanesville,
Bank or Circleville,
Bank of Norwalk,

20
21
22

23
24

25
26
27

Location.

Date of Capital stock. Am't paid in. ,
charter.

Cincinnati, - .1834
Cincinnati, Painesville, Sandusky City,
Massillon, Wooster.
Zanesville,
Circleville,
Norwalk,

1834
1832
1834
1834
1831
1632
1834
1832

Specie in
vaults.

$1,000,000 $250,000 00 $230,000 00
2.000.000
100,000
100,000
200,000
100,000
300,000
200.000
300,000

500,000 00
57,000 00
50,000 00
100,000 00
62,048 91
108,973 00
50,000 00
96,000 00

500,000
29,359
18,042
71,345
48,118
41,080
50,000

Circulation.

Discounts.

-

Remarks.

Receltly
went into
operation.

00
31 $80,541 00
34,000 00 $36,885 27
78
46 176,048 00 155,180 90
98,941 00
76
90,435 00
94 188,519 00 244,272 54
00
Same.

Not reported for 1834.

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12,200,000 5,847,525 46 2,489,912 86 4,564,898 80 6,799,247 15

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AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE, Columbus, February 5, 1835.
the
returns
from
made
to this office,
statement
true
a
be
to
I certify the foregoing
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BANKS IN OHIO.
WI.
Mr. TREVITT, from the select committee on the subject, made the following report:
The select committee appointed to inquire into the expediency of profeeling the citizens of this Slate who are indebted to the banks,
against suits by those institutions, until said banks shall resume the.
payment of their debts, having had the same under consideration,
report:
That the present deranged state of the currency, brought about by
over-trading, over-banking, and an unparalleled abuse of the credit system,seems to demand some legislation in regard to those institutions
Thich have the power,in a great degree,to increase or diminish the pres--ant embarrassments.
To prevent any misunderstanding of the views entertained by your
committee; it may not be improper to present some of the facts upon
which its conclusions are predicated.
Then let us look to a few circumstances, as they relate to the present
sate of things. From 1820 to 1832, the amount of specie in this country
did not vary materially: it was increased, but not more than might reasonably be expected from the increase of population, industry, and immigration; but with this increase, the bank capital and bank issues kept
equal pace.
In 1832 President Jackson vetoed the bill for rechartering the Bank of
the United States; from which time gold and silver increased more,rapidly in this country: and in 1834, Congress, with the approbation of a
majority of all political parties, passed the laws fixing the standard and
regulating the value of foreign gold arid silver coins in the United States.
This forms an important and prominent feature in the chain of circumstances that have led to the great increase of specie. By these acts gold
and silver received a higher value, relatively, than they had previously
me in this country,or at that time bore in some other countries. This,
-..,—gether with some minor causes produced an unusual flow of the precious metals to this country,upon the well-known principle of currency—
that gold and silver, like other mediums, will flow to and gain the place
where they are in the greatest demand. A simple illustration will suffice
to prove this position: Suppose gold or silver is wanted for some particular purpose, such as purchase or payment of lands, and five, ten, or fifteen per cent. is offered; on the one hand persons will furnish, and on the
other persons will obtain, gold or silver for such per cent., when otherwise they would not. This will frequently be the case when the parties
are strangers to each other, and have had no'other dealings. Of the persons who would furnish, some would be prepared, and looking out for
this kind of speculation; others, having no such object, but having the
specie on hand, when they can obtain such per cent. let it go. In eithpr
case,it is the same thing; it passes from him that has it, but does not need
it for a particular object, and goes to him who needs it for a specific purpose, and gives more for it on that account. Such is the effect, on an enlarged scale, wi,r,h States or Governments; and such was the tendency of
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cent., and silver in a less degree. A current was produced from abroad
into this country; those who were disposed to make gold and silver artiwhich
cles of traffic, took advantage of the occasion, and emigrants, of
there were great numbers,brought with them all their wealth in that kind
and
of money; so that, in a short time, the estimated quantity of gold,
silver was greatly increased, and by 1636 was supposed to be about
eighty million—nearly, if not quite, double what it had been at any other
time in this country. This unexpected increase of gold and silver affected all classes, although, perhaps,but few understood it. Men of wealth,
who were cautious, and not willing to embark in other speculations,
-sought banks for investments, as the safest means of making a handsome
gentility.
use of their funds, with but little labor, no hazard, and mirch
Thus, the banking spirit, that had kept pace with the resources of the
country, now took .a. new impetus,and the banking capital in the country
more than doubled in the space of three years; being increased to
)ut three hundred and twenty-five millions: and With the bank capital
prudence
were increased the bank issues, even beyond the amount that
comwas
this,
With
authorized.
institutions
or the laws creating those
menced and carried on a splendid system of speculation; bankers were
dolmaking money by issuing from two to ten dollars of paper for every
other
facilities
to
afforded
paper
this
possessed:
they
which
specie
lar of
speculators, who wished to obtain funds to such ends, much of which
other favorite
was immediately converted into the public domain,or some
project.
impetus to
This sudden expansion of the currency gave an unnatural
all
the wild
to
way
the
opened
the ordinary business of the country, and
enthusiastic formost
the
of
imagination
the
that
speculation
schemes of
virtuous
tune-hunter could invent. The hitherto honest,industrious, and
specuof
sea
broad
the
upon
adventurer
bold
tiller of the soil became a
man, and
lation; the mechanic turned merchant; while the professional
proprietors of
the cautious dealer in dry goods and groceries, became
While
lands.
tracts
of
wild
immense
of
owners
nominal
cities; and the
avocations
former
their
projects,
new
such men were embarking in these
of bank
were necessarily neglected; and, while these enormous issuep
proportionwere
country
the
of
3r were daily increasing, the products
pursuits of the
ately diminished, owing to the abstraction from useful
further
great'number of producers, who were now turned consumers. A extrato
an
increase,
to
was
paper
bank
of
issue
effect of this excessive
together
ordinary degree, the importation of foreign merchandise, which,
had
previous,
years
in
(which,
crops,
cotton
our
with the diminution of
indebted
been sufficient to pay our foreign demands,) left our merchants
than sixty
to foreigners, at the commencement of the year 1837, more
millions of dollars, This,together with the extensive circulation of paper
which
money,(which had not yet begun to depreciate nor contract, and
always tends to drive from circulation the precious metals,) occasioned
those
gold and silver to commence a gradual efflux from this country to
th'ey
which
from
and
us,
against
was
trade
balance
of
where
the
places
had found their way here.
During the summer of 1836 the Government perceived the ruinous exeffect
tent to which bank credits were extended, and that the immediate
for
notes
own
their
exchange
to
stockholders
large
the
to
enable
was
those of the hanks, with which they would become possessed of immense
quantities of the best of your public lands, without paying, bona fide,

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the first farthing; and, in fact, it allowed bankers, and other speculators
who could obtain bank facilities, to purchase the public lands upon a
credit, in direct violation of the spirit of the law; while the humble citizen,
though more deserving of public 'favor, could not obtain a foot of land
without first paying the full amount in specie, or what was to him its
equivalent.
The late President, in his annual message, shows that, "from the returns made by various registers and receivers, it was perceived that the
sales of the public lands were increasing to an unprecedented amount.l'
In effect, however, the receipts from these amounted to nothing more
than credits in bank. Those credits were rapidly increasing, and on
some of the books of the Western banks were greatly beyond their means
of payment. With such an immense paper circulation, whilst the gold t
and silver, on which it was predicated, was decreasing, speculation running high, and the public revenue being paid in paper money,it was evi,ent to all discerning men,„ as well as those who administered the Government, that a depreciation of paper money would take place; and although, from appearances, all the banks were equally good, yet it was
evident that all would be compelled to change their course of business,
and many must fail; but which,could not be foreseen until the event cam It was also evident that, if the Government continued to receive ba
paper in payment of the public revenue until the depreciation commenced, ,
large portions of the public lands would pass into the hands of speculators, and the funds of the Government would consist of depreciated bank
paper. There was but one alternative: either to await the event, without taking any steps to guard against it, or else prevent the public dues
from being received in bank paper, so as to check speculation in public
lands, and have the Government funds in available cash, instead of depreciated bank paper.
Under these circumstances, the President directed that, after the 15th
August, 1836, nothing but gold, silver, and Virginia land scrip, should be
received for public lands, except in certain cases. In limited quantities,
to actual settlers, bank paper of a certain character was received until
the 15th December, 1336. This produced a sensation with speculators
d bankers that turned public attention, which before had not been thus
.irected, towards the banks. It was found that they were unable to redeem their paper in specie; and if a run were commenced, which might
reasonably be expected, and which in fact had begun, all would suffer,
and many entirely fail: and in the month of May, 1837, by common
consent, the banks, from one end of the Union to the other, with a very
few exceptions, came to the same determination, and stopped specie payments; the Bank of the United States being amongst the first, alleging
as a reason for its suspension, the difficulties created by the "specie circular," contending, at the same time, that its repeal would relieve all its
embarrassments. This, to your committee, does not clearly appear.
From the report of the Secretary of the Treasury it will be found that
the receipts from public lands for the first half of the year 1837 were
five million three hundred and three thousand seven hundred and thirtyone dollars,($.5,303,7310 or something less than a-million per month; and
as it was but little more than four months from the time fixed by the
"specie circular" for the total prohibition of bank paper in payment for
public lands, a greater amount than four millions could not have been
used for this purpose; and when it is recollected that this money was im
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was again used
. • isediately transferred to the"deposite banks," where it one million was
than
more
1,all banking capital, it cannot be supposed that
country. It
plictually abstracted from the eighty millions of specie in the more than
little
but
amount
,.11,is idle to pretend that the employment of an
'
capital in this country, in
'the one. four hundredth part of the banking
effect upon
1 :he purchase of public lands, could have produced such an
I the banks as they pretend.
held the
:I. The salutary operation of the specie circular has no doubt
conseus
disastro
the
,
measure
great
'banks in check, and prevented, in a
of bank
excess
greater
still
a
from
resulted
have
would
which
quences
4 :ssues and land speculations, more especially in the West. and unequal
,t;
Although your committee cannot approve of the unjust
/
down by
fr- system of banking as it now exists, and as it has been handed
exnecessity
real
no
that
g
believin
and
us;
those who have gone before
of
out
grown
has
i...: ist- for the perpetuity of these institutions, except what
inso
become
have
practice,
from
ons,
transacti
. in ; yet,as our business
ances,
ffintitely connected with them,they would not,under existing circumstsystem
honest
an
or
system,
credit
question the utility of a well-regulated
t• of banking, in which every stockholder would be made individually reon, in the nature of a
sponsible for the liabilities of his respective institution
their reprelimited copartnership, and over which the people,
ory control.
supervis
a
exercise
could
I.). sentatives in the State Legislatures,
But, when these institutions trample under foot the interest of thoseatwhom
defithey are bound by every tie of honesty and duty to protect, set t besupplian
humble
an
from
and
them,
created
which
the
ance
power
,
safety of
.• , come an insolent servant, and then an overbearing master, the around
thrown
be
should
ds
safeguar
such
that
require
the community will
may,
'7
them as to protect, as far as practicable,the unfortunate victim who
of
meshes
gilded
the
into
allured
been
have
on,
• in a moment of temptati
ose
lachrym
the
that
aware
, their seductive net. Your committee are fully
sanctity of chartered privileges,"
i ;' cry of"violation of vested rights," "the
hereand the dolorous old song of "corporation supremacy," will now,as
the
of
tatives
represen
te
immedia
:
tofore, be raised by those who are the
upon
on
innovati
any
against
nts,
constitue
soulless
their
)4 interests of these
' ti
isumed privileges of these favored corporations.
..hatever terror there may be in the term /ocofoco and the hundred
'by the agents of
other unmeaning epithets that are invented and used
heretofore, be held
as
it
will,
ts,
expectan
and
heirs
i
these institutions, their
intimidate those who would protect the
to
form
up
hideous
in
its
most
,
community against the oppression and fraud of those moneyed monopolies.
The "bill to impose additional duties," &c., familiarly known as the
"sub treasury bill," should it become a law, will, in the opinion of your
committee fully relieve the country from its present financial embarrass •
uterus. This bill proposes to cut asunder the connexion heretofore existing between the Government and the banks, while it leaves them in the
full enjoyment of all the advantages conferred by the power which created
them. If the "sub-treasury scheme" be carried into effect, the money of
the Government will no longer be used by the adventurous banker as a
basis upon which he might rush into the blindest speculations,and thereby
not only bring destruction .upon himself, but ruin upon those around him.
Government will have the certain and absolute control over its own funds,
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Consequences highly beneficial would result from the adoption of this
, measure; the business of the country would'resume its accustomed channels; there would no longer be given to property a fictitious value; but
men would again become rational creatures, and return to their former
healthy and natural method of transacting business. One of the features
of this bill to which your committee would wish to advert, is that which A
proposes to receive the notes of specie-paying banks in payment for all
public dues; requiring but one-sixth after the first year to be paid in
specie; two-sixths after two years; and so on till the year 1844, when all
payments to the Government are required to be made in the.constitutional 1
currency. This last is a feature which, if adopted, must silence every argument that can be raised against the resumption of specie payments by q.
such institutions as are not actually insolvent.
Let any view be taken of this subject that an honest man can, and he
is irresistibly driven to the conclusion, that the sole object- of the enemies
to this bill is to prevent an early resumption of specie payments, and
.
thereby put a chEck to many of the fraudulent practices of these institutions. One of these practices, which might be carried to a very great and
dangerous extent, is a refusal on the part of the banks to pay their own it
debts, while they are compelling those who have fallen a prey to their se- t
ductive schemes, and become their debtors,to sacrifice their property at a 1
small part of its real value, in order to be enabled to raise the gold or
silver which these privileged orders are permitted to exact, while they are
allowed, by our negative action, to delay the payment of their own dues, ,
and force their notes upon us as a circulating medium. It will be perceived that if this course of procedure is permitted for any great length
of time, it will enable these institutions, by their arbitrary exactions and
forced collections,to get possession of a great part of the valuable property
in our hitherto happy and prosperous State. From the information coin- •
municated to this General Assembly through the message of Governor
Vance, relative to the condition of the banks in Ohio,it will be recollected
that we were told that they had but two dollars and seventeen cents of
notes in circulation, to one dollar of specie in their vaults; while, by the
statement from these same banks, in a report now upon our tables, which
omes here under the sanctity of the oaths of the officers of these institu- lions, it appears that the amount of notes of circulation on the batiks of
this State,in December last, bears the proportion of two dollars and thirtythree cents to one dollar of specie. And when it is recollected that "post
notes" to a very large amount, payable at a future time,and used as notes
of circulation, have been recently issued,(but a very small proportion of
which have been reported,) it cannot be supposed that the banks of Ohio,
as an aggregate, have more than one dollar of specie to three dollars of
notes in circulation; which circumstance of itself shows the inadequacy
of the specie of the banks to redeem their liabilities, unless they should
force it from their debtors, or obtain it from some other source. Let it
be borne in mind that the whole amount of specie in all the banks of
Ohio was in December last, two million six -hundred and eighty•six
thousand five hundred and seventy-nine dollars and forty-three cents
($2,686,579 43) only; while their discounts, or the indebtedness of individuals to the banks, at the same time, amounted to seventeen- million
two hundred and twelve thousand six hundred and ninety-four dollars
and twenty-three cents, ($17,212,694 23.) It should also be recollected
that there are five million two hundred and thirty-seven thousand seven

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}Mildred and thirty-one dollars and seven cents ($5,237,731 07) of deposites in these banks, which should be added to the circulation; for this
money is liable to be withdrawn,in accordance with the terms of deposite;
and,as the whole amount of specie in all the banks is but $2,686,579 43,
it would not be sufficient to pay the 'depositors by two million five hundred and fifty-one thousand one hundred and fifty-one dollars and sixtyfour cents ($2,551,1.51 64:) or, in other words, the whole amount of specie in the banks would pay but little more than one half the amount deposited in their vaults; leaving the other half, together with all the notes
of circulation and. other liabilities,unprovided for by any immediate available means. Now,if tve add the notes of circulation to the whole amount
of deposites,(which are not at all different from the notes of circulation,
so far as the immediate liability of the banks is concerned,) we find that
, they amount to .31even milliOn four hundred and eighty-seven thouhand three hundred and thirty-two dollars and ninety-seven cents,
($" 487,332 970 or little less than four dollars and thirty cents to one
$1.
of specie. In making this estimate,no account is taken of the large
amount of post notes in circulation, your committee being unable to procure any data upon which to predicate a calculation; but it is probable
that, when added to the deposites and ordinary notes of circulation, the
amount thus produced would be equal to five dollars to one of specie in
the vaults of these banks.
There is another circumstance to which your committee would briefly
advert—it is the great pecuniary advantage that results to bankers by the
operation of a general suspension of specie payments. They issue their
notes to the full extent allowed by their charters, upon which they receive
nearly seven per cent. per annum, while they have but a few dollars,coin- paratively, upon which such issue is based; and perhaps those few dollars are used by the stockholders or directors for such purposes as will best
advance their own interest: thus, in fact, dispensing with all capital,
while their profits are greatly increased beyond what they are under ordinary circumstances. While the stockholders are amassing wealth by such
means, it is within their power, by sudden collections, to force .the sale of
an immense amount of property, become themselves the buyers, and
. thereby not only keep possession of the precious metals and "regulate the
cu
„cy," but ultimately become possessed of the most valuable property
in'tne country, at a greatly reduced price aftl the ruin of their debtors.
, Therefore, in order to prevent the disastrous consequences which may
! result to a large and enterprising portion of the citizens of this State, who
are so unfortunate as to bear the relation of debtor to those institutions,
while the latter are violating the trusts confided to,and abusing the privileges conferred upon them, by those whom they are oppressing, your committee would recommend the passage of the accompanying bill.
1
A BILL to regulate judgments arid executions in certain cases.
SEC. I. Be it enacted by the General A'ssembly of the State qf
That in all cases when any judgment or decree shall hereaftet be rendered
in any of the courts of this State, whether the same is rendered upon final
adjudication, or upon confession or otherwise, against any person or persons, or by reason of any indebtedness or liability'founded on contract,
either expressed or implied,to any bank, or association exercising banking
, privileges, which hath suspended specie payment,or refused to redeem its
notes,bills,or paper with gold and silver, whether the suit shall be brought

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s of June 1, 18.38.
View of the condition of the banks of Ohio,from the statement
DR.
Notes and bills discounted
Deposites in Eastern cities
Due from banks
Bank notes Specie
Real and personal estate
Other investments .

$14,968,675
2,078,899
729,077
1,145,281
2,879,209
361,160
2,790
$22,165,091

The convention then adjourned, sine die.

Capital paid in
Circulation
Deposites Due to banks
Surplus
.
.
Due United States
time
on
States,
Due Bank of the United

$9,835,199
6,340,947
9,848,484
624,501
1,152,619
744,643
618,718
$22,165,091

JOHN CREED,President.
11. LAWRENCE,
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eignty which it confers. They
do not, however, present it for the reas
on
that any act of so strong a characte
r is called for on the present
but merely to evidence to the Hous
e,(what is apparent to their
flection,) that where the power of repe
aling charters has been vested a
absolutely exercised,that of rest
raining moneyed corporations,for the general good, must necessarily belo
ng to the legislative body.
Having presented the most impo
rtant points embraced in the power
and right of the Legislature
to impose the proposed restrictions upon the
banking institutions of the
State, the committee do not propose to
add
any thing as to the question
of their expediency to the country and justice to the people. They
have
the whole people of the State only to add, in conclusion, that the eyes of
are upon us; they expect much at our hand
si
they demand a reformation of
the banking institutions—such a one as,
while it shall not impair the true
usefulness of those institutions, will afford additional safeguards to the
community who receive their bills, and
•Ise continually, to a vast amount,
A° not desire to destroy the bank their creditors. We repeat, the people
s; and the committee cannot conc
eive
that, in the measures they prop
ose
for adoption, they in anywise impair
the character of those institutio
ns
ation. The whole desire is to yielfor the legitimate purposes of their cred safety and protection to the community,and at the same time resto
re
out which no system of banking and confirm that public confidence withor credit can ever successfully exist.
The committee accordingly repo
of a board of bank commissioner rt a bill to provide for the appointment
s, and for the regulation of banks with
in
this State.

A BILL to provide for the appoi
ntment of a board of bank commissioners,
and for the regulation
of banks within this State.

Section 1. Be it enacted by the Gene
ral elssembly of the State of Ohio
That there shall be appointe
d, by joint resolution of the General Assembly ,
,
three persons, to be styled the
"bank commissioners of the State of Ohio
,"
one of whom shall be appo
inted for two years, one for four years,
and
one for six years; and at the end
of the respective terms the appointment
;hall be made for six years; and
by death, resignation, or othe all vacancies that may occur in said board
rwise,
sembly, shall be filled by the Gove if during the recess of the General Asrnor as in other cases; and the General Assembly, when convened
, shal
the member whose death, resignat l appoint for the unexpired term of
ion,
vacancy; and said commissioners shalor other act may have created such
l be entitled to receive, as a compensation for their services, the sum of
dollars per day while actually engaged in the duties of their
the general appropriation, and paid appointment, to be provided for in
out of the State treasury,on the order
of the auditor of state; they shall
give
sand dollars each to the State of Ohio bond in the sum of twenty thouoath for the faithful discharge of their , and shall take and subscribe an
duti
Sec. 2. It shall be the duty of said boar es under this act.
d of commissioners,or any one of
them, at least once in every six mont
hs,to visit every banking institution
in this State, and thoroughly to inspect
the affairs of said institutions; to
examine all the books, papers, note
s, bonds, and other evidences of debt
of said institutions; to compare the
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annual statements made by such banks to the auditor of state, and the
statements hereinafter provided for; to ascertain the quantity of specie the
said institutions have on hand; and generally to make such other inquiries as may be necessary to ascertain the actual condition of the said institutions, and their ability to fulfil all the engagements made by them ;
and further to do and perform such other acts and duties as may be required of them by the provisions of this act.
Sec. 3. Said commissioners, or any one of them, shall have power,and
and are hereby required, whenever they shall deem it expedient or necessary to the public safety, to visit any banking institution in this State
more frequently than once in six months, and at any time they may see
proper, and examine its books and papers, and make such other inquiries
as may be necessary to ascertain the condition of such bank, and its ability to discharge its engagements and fulfil its duties to the public; which
examinations shall be conducted and reported upon as the other exami'la
i provided for by this act.
See. 4. It shall be the duty of the officers of each banking institution
in this State to furnish to the board of bank commissioners true and attested copies of the monthly statements of the condition of their respective banks, and cause the same to be published at least two weeks in some
newspaper printed, or of general circulation, in the county in which such
bank may be situated; and the said commissioners shall report the same
quarterly to the auditor of state, whose duty it shall be forthwith to
cause an abstract of the same to be made out and published for three
weeks,in at least two newspapers printed at the seat of Government; and
it shall be the further duty of the said commissioners to make an annual
report of their proceedings under this act, with the general condition of
the banking institutions at the periods of their semi-annual investigation,
with such other facts and suggestions as they may see proper to communicate, to the General Assembly, on or before the third Monday of each
regular session thereof.
, Sec. 5. Any banking institution in this State, whose officers or agents
;,hall at any time refuse to admit said commissioners, in the discharge of
the duties imposed by this act, to a full and free examination of the books,
,
pap
notes, bonds, and other evidences of the condition of said bank;
or s_ -d refuse to answer under oath any inquiries which may be propounded to them, touching the matters of said investigation; or shall sit
any time neglect or refuse to furnish and publish their monthly statements,
, as hereinbefore provided for,every such bank shalt be deemed and taken to
'have forfeited its charter, and shall immediately be subject to the provisonis hereinafter mentioned for regulating and closing up insolvent instik - utions.
Sec. 6. If any one or more of said board of commissioners shall neglect
or refuse, during the time he or they may hold his or their appointment,
to discharge the duties imposed by this act, or shall make a partial examivation or false return of the condition of any banking institution in
:,.his State, every such commissioner shall be liable to a puosecution on his
bond, the recovery of which to be had,as in other cases, in the name and
for the use of the State of Ohio.
Sec. 7. The said commissioners shall not disclose the names of any of
. the debtors of any banking institution, nor the private accounts of indii viduals with said institution, unless required to do so in a court of justice,

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or in answer to resolution of either branch of the General Assembly,or in .4,
the course of some other proceeding authorized by this act.
.;
Sec. S. The total amounts of the debts which any banking institution,.
in this State shall at any one time owe, whether by bond, bill, note, or
other contract, exclusive of actual deposites, shall not exceed more than ".
one and a half time the sum of the capital stock subscribed and actually
paid in: Provided, That stock notes, or promissory notes given for the
payment of arrearages of stock, or stock owned by the bank itself, shall
not be accounted as actual payment of stock under the provisions of this
act. Neither shall the actual circulation of the notes of any such banking
institution at any one time exceed three times the amount of specie, exelusive of deposites, in the vaults, and actually belonging to the bank. '
And in case of excess in either of these particulars, the, directors under
whose administration it may happen shall be liable for the same in their
individual capacities, and after them the stockholders of such bank shall
'4e severally bound in their individual capacities for the amount of such 4
excess, in proportion to the atnount of stock by them respectively subscribed and held: Provided, That any of the said directors who may
have been absent when the said excess was contracted or created,or who
may have dissented from the act or resolution by which the same was'
contracted or created, may respectively exonerate themselves from such
liability as directors, by forthwith giving notice of their absence or dissent
upon the records of the bank; in which case, such absent or dissenting director shall stand in the saute position, and be subject to the same liabilities, as other stockholders.
Sec. 9. If any banking institution in this State shall hereafter suspend
the payment of its notes in gold and silver, it shall be the duty of the
cashier, or, in his absence or inability, the teller rof said banking institution, whenever any bill or bills shall be presented at the counter of said
bank, and the redemption thereof demanded in gold or silver, and the
same be refused, to endorse such refusal and the date thereof on the back
of said bill or hills; which bill or bills shall, from such date, hear an interest at the rate of twelve per centum per annum until redeemed,or until
said bank shall have fully and faithfully redeemed the payment of its
otos in gold and silver; and if any cashier or teller of any such banking
..._,,istitution shall refuse to endorse any such bill or bills, according to the
provisions of this act, such cashier or teller shall forfeit and pay a fine of
not less than five nor more than fifty dollars for every such bill so presented and refused, to be recovered before any court having jurisdiction, in
the name of the State of Ohio, for the use of the person or persons aggrieved.
Sec. 10. If any banking institution in this State shall at any time refuse the payment of its notes in gold and silver, or the notes of other
banks,or shall continue for a longer period than thirty days to refuse payment of its notes in gold and silver only, it shall be the duty of the president judge of the court of common pleas of the judicial circuit in which
such bank is situate, or any judge of the supreme court of the State of
Ohio, upon the application in writing of the board of bank commissioners, or any one of them, to issue a writ; directed to the sheriff of said
county, requiring him to close said bank and deliver over to three commissioners,to be named in said writ,full possession of the books, moneys,
keys, property, and effects of said bank; which said commissioners shall

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give a bond to the State of Ohio, iu such sum and with such security as
the,said judge may direct, for the faithful performance of their duties as
hereinafter stated: and should any commissioners so appointed as aforesaid, die, resign, be removed, or refuse to act, the judge issuing said writ,
or any person who by this act has or had authority to issue a writ of the
kind bereinbefbre specified, may appoint a person or persons to fill such
vacancy; and the bond of said commissioners shall be filed with the clerk
of the court of the county in which such bank may be situated, and may
be sued on in the name of the State of Ohio, for the use of the bill-holder
of said bank, in case the said commissioners, or either of them, fail to
perform the duties by this act, or by any subsequent act,imposed on them.
Sec. 11. The commissioners aforesaid shall forthwith proceed to collect
the debts, assets, and property of said bank, and dispose of the same to
the best advantage, and pay the bills of said hank as fast as cash can be
realized; and if bills as aforesaid shall be presented more rapidly than
ti' can be redeemed, it shall be the duty of either of the said commissirs to whom the same may be presented to endorse on each bill his
name, and the date of the presentment thereof; and all bills thus presented and endorsed shall bear interest from the date of such endorsement at
the rate of six per centtun per annum, until they shall be redeemed in
, specie.
Sec. 12. That all writs issued in conformity with the 10th section of
this act shall be returnable to the next term of the court of common pleas
for the county in which such bank may be situated, or, if issued in term
time, shall be returnable forthwith ; and upon the return thereof, the court
aforesaid shall cause to be issued a citation to the president, cashier,
directors, and stockholders of said bank, requiring them and each of them
1 ; to appear before said court at the next term thereof, and answer the allegations of the bill to be filed therein as hereinafter provided; and should
any of the above-named persons be non-residents of this State, notice
may be given by publication, as in other cases in chancery.
Sec. 13. The proceedings upon the return of said writ shall be as in
chancery, and the proiecuting attorney shall act therein on behalf of the
people and of the bill-holder. Said attorney shall, within forty days after
. the term to which said citation is returnable, file a bill against those upon
' w
, process has been served, setting forth the failure or suspension of
spedle payment by said bank, and calling upon the defendants to state
1 the causes of such failure or suspension; which said bill may he amended
' and excepted to, and other proceedings had therein, as in other cases.
Sec. 14. Should the assets of said c'bank be insufficient to pay the bills
and other debts thereof, the said court are authorized, and it is hereby
, made their duty, to render decrees against the stockholders for such sum
i as shall be sufficient to redeem said bills, and liquidate the just debts of
the bank: Provided, That if any stockholder has not paid his stock in
' full, it shall be the duty of the court to render a decree first against such
stockholder or stockholders.
Sec. 15. That said commissioners shall be invested for the time ,being
I with all the powers of said'hank which may be necessary to a faithful
discharge of the duties enjoined by this act; they shall have power to sue
for and collect any claims or recover any property, in the name of said
, bank, for the use of its creditors, in the same way and to the same extent
that said bank could sue and recover; the said commissioners may be

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322,747 00

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248,226 96

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Charter No.

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214
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128
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1277
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32
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630
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1185
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786
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Title and location

The Farmers National Bank and Trust Company of Ashtabula
(formerly The Farmers Isational Bank of Ashtabula)
The First National Bank of Athens
The First National Bank of Bridgeport
The First National Bank of Cadiz
The First National Bank of Chillicothe
The Ross County National Bank of Chillicothe
The Chillicothe National Bank of Chillicothe
The First National Bank of Cincinnati
The Second National Bank of Cincinnati
The Third National Bank of Cincinnati
The Fourth National Bank of Cincinnati
The Central National Bank of Cincinnati
The Ohio National Bank of Cincinnati
The Merchants National Bank of Cincinnati
The Commercial National Bank of Cincinnati
The First National Bank of Cleveland
The Second National Bank of Cleveland
The Merchants National Bank of Cleveland
The National City Bank of Cleveland
The Commercial National Bank of Cleveland
The First National Bank of Columbus
The National Exchange Bank of Columbus
The Franklin National Bank of Columbus
The First National Bank of Cuyahoga Falls
The First National Bank of Dayton
The Second National Bank of Dayton
The Dayton National Bank
The First National Bank of Delaware
The Delaware County National Bank, Delaware
The First National Bank of Eaton
The First National Bank of Elyria
The First National Bank of Ironton
The Second National Bank of Ironton
The First National Bank of Lancaster
The Hocking Valley National Bank of Lancaster
The First National Bank of Logan
The First National Bank of Mansfield
The Richland National Bank of Mansfield
The Farmers National Bank of Mansfield
The First National Bank of Marietta
The Marietta National Bank
The First I:ational Bank of Marion
The First National Bank of Massillon
The Union National Bank of Massillon

Date of Charter

Succession of

April 4, 1865

Farmers' Bank of Ashtabula, Branch of State Bank of Ohio

February 4, 1864
January 25, 1864
October 7, 1863
November 13, 1863
May 19, 1865
June 14, 1865
July 13, 1863
July 22, 1863
July 7, 1863
September 28, 1863
December 12, 1864
December 17, 1864
February 27, 1865
May 26, 1865
June 22, 1863
June 23, 1863
January 31, 1865
February 7, 1865
February 14, 1865
November 11, 1863
November 30, 1864
December 3, 1864
April 11, 1864
June 22, 1863
June 22, 1863
March 16, 1865
February 9, 1864
March 1, 1865
October 11, 1864
May 25, 1864
October 5, 1863
February 9, 1864
December 1, 1863
June 8, 1865
September 26, 1863
May 24, 1864
July 11, 1864
February 14, 1865
December 4, 1863
March 6, 1865
February 26, 1864
January 25, 1864
June 21, 1865

Athens Branch of State Bank of Ohio
Belmont Branch of State Bank of Ohio

The Ross County Branch of State Bank of Ohio
Chillicothe Branch of State Bank of Ohio

kFallis, Young & Co. Bankers
j,,e-ommercial Bank of Cincinnati
KS. W. Crittenden & Co. Bankers, Cleveland
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Merchants Bank of Cleveland, Branch of State Bank of Ohio
--City Bank of Cleveland
Commercial Branch Bank, Cleveland
The Exchange Bank of Columbus Branch of State Bank of Ohio
Franklin Branch of State Bank of Ohio
Summit County State Bank

Dayton Branch of State Bank of Ohio
Delaware County Branch of State Bank of Ohio
Preble County, Branch of State Bank of Ohio

Hocking Valley Bank, Branch of State Bank of Ohio

The Farmers Bank of Mansfield Branch of State Bank of Ohio
Bank of Marietta

The Union Bank, Branch of State Bank of Ohio

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68
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106
350
289

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43
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238
263
1146
1164
1062
91
248
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The First National Bank of Mount Pleasant
The First National Bank of Mount Vernon
The Knox County National Bank of Mount Vernon
The First National Bank of Norwalk
The Norwalk National Bank
The First National Bank of Painesville
The Piqua National Bank and Trust Company (formerly
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The Citizens National Bank & Trust Company of Piqua
(formerly The Citizens National Bank of Piqua)
The First National Bank of Portsmouth
The Portsmouth National Bank
The Farmers National Bank of Portsmouth
The First National Bank of Ravenna
The Second National Bank of Ravenna
The First National Bank of Ripley
The Farmers National Bank of Ripley
The First National Bank of Salem
The Farmers National Bank of Salem
The First National Bank of Springfield
The Second National Bank of Springfield
The Mad River National Bank of Springfield
The First National Bank of Steubenville
The Jefferson National Bank of Steubenville
The First National Bank of Toledo
The Second National Bank of Toledo
The Toledo National Bank
The Northern National Bank of Toledo
The First National Bank of Troy
The Citizens National Bank of Urbana
The Champaign National Bank of Urbana
The First National Bank of Warren
The Trumbull National Bank of Warren
The First National Bankof Washington
The Wayne County National Bank of Wooster
The First National Bank of Xenia
The Second National Bank of Xenia
The First National Bank of Youngstown
The First National Bank of Zanesville
The Second National Bank of Zanesville
The Luskingum National Bank of Zanesville

August 5, 1864
March 17, 1865
April 25, 1665
January 25, 1864
March 23, 1665
January 27, 1864
April 13, 1865

/-Mount Vernon Bank
Knox County Bank of Mount Vernon, Branch of State Bank of Ohio
Norwalk Branch of State Bank of Ohio
Piqua Branch of State Bank of Ohio

April 26, 1665
August 21, 1863
March 24, 1665
April 29/ 1865
October 17, 1863
March 29, 1864
February 27, 1864
March 24, 1665
July 31, 1863
April 1, 1865
February 5, 1864
February 18, 1864
May 15, 1865
May 18, 1865
April 26, 1665
September 26, 1863
February 11, 1864
December 6, 1864
February 16, 1865
August 11, 1863
March 7, 1865
March 21, 1865
September 4, 1863
October 7, 1865
February 26, 1864
February 18, 1865
April 7, 1864
February 24, 1864
June 20, 1863
December 19, 1863
November 23, 1863
June 6, 1865

Portsmouth Branch of State Bank of Ohio

Robinson, King & Co. Ravenna
Farmers Branch of State Bank of Ohio
The Farmers Bank of Salem

Mad River Valley Branch of State Bank of Ohio

The Toledo Bank

Wayne County Branch State Bank of Ohio
Xenia Branch of State Bank of Ohio
Mahoning County Bank

Muskingum Branch of State Bank of Ohio

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PRIVATE/BANKS REPORTED AS OPERATING IN OHIO DURING THE PERIOD 1845 TO 1866
(List is taken from homans' Bankers Almanacs for 1851 to 1866 unless
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Location

Name

Akron
Bellefontaine

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1661-66
Bank of bellefontaine
1857-60
Merchants Bank
1857
Bucyrus Bank
1856-62
Exchange Bank
1857-61
Peoples Deposit Bank
1861-64
Savings Deposit Bank
1857-66
Valley Bank
1864
Exchange Bank
1857-58
Scioto Valley bank
1855-58,
Society for Savings
jrg. 1849 2/
Clinton Bank
1854-65
Citizens bank
1856-57
Findlay Bank
1857-60
Bank of Fremont
1861-64
Peck B&MA
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Ezfhange Bank
1863-64
Fairfield Savings Institution
1857-61
Warren Gounty Bank
1860
Lima Deposit Bank
188&.66
Metropolitan Bank
1861-65
MEidison County bank
1864-66
Bank of Wrion (see list of old, free and independent bks) 1857
Durfee's Exchange bank
1857
Daarion Deposit Bank
1857-64
bank of Marysville
1856-64
The Washington Bank
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Granite Bank
1864
Rechanics Savings Fund Association
1861-64
Citizens Bank
1858-59
Bank of Tiffin
1860-64
Ohio Savings Institute
1856
City Bank
1855-57
Farmers Bank
1856-60
savings Fund Society
Org. 1849 2/
Hocking County Savings Institut4
1849 2/
Pickaway County Savings Institute
1849 2/

Bucyrus

Canton
Chillicothe
Circleville
Cleveland
Columbus
Findlay
Fremont
Hamilton
Ironton
Lancaster
Lebanon
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London
Marion

Marystille
Miamisburg
Mount Gilead
Steubenville
Tiffin
Toledo
Urbana
Wood sfield
Logan
Circleville

Dates reported
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Stark County Bank
Canton
Cincinnati Bank of the Ohio
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Commercial Bank of
Lafayette Bank

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and Trust Company
Savings Bank
Circleville Bank of
Pickaway County Bank
Cleveland Canal Bank of
City Bank of
Forest City Bank
Bank of Commerce
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1855
1665
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Dayton Bank

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Miami Valley Bank
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Bank
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Franklin Franklin Bank of
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Bank of ikarion
Marion
Massillon Bank of Massillon
Merchants Bank
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Location and name

Painesville Bank of Geauga
Sandusky
Bank of Sandusky
Sandusky City Bank
Union Bank of
Springfield Springfield Bank
Tiffin
Seneca County Bank
Toledo
Urbana
Warren
Wooster
Youngstown
Xenia
Zanesville
Cincinnati

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Date
Years for
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1849
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