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TABLE OF CONTENTS,

Report'by Mr. Ingham on the Finances
Report by Mr. Ingham on the. Finances
Report by Mr. McLane on the Finances
Report by Mr. McLane on the Finances"
Report by Mr. Taney on the Removal of the Public Deposites
Report by Mr. Taney on the Finances
Report by Mr. Taney on Deposite Banks
Report by Mr. Woodbury on the Finances
Report by Mr. Woodbury on the Public Money
Report by Mr. Woodbury on the Finances
Report by Mr. Woodbury on the Finances




December, 1829'
December, 1830
December, 1831
.'December, 1832
December, 1833
December, 1833
April,
1834
December, 1834
December, 1834
December, 1835
December, 1836

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REPORT ON THE FINANCES.
DECEMBER, 1830.'

In obedience to the directions of the -'Act supplementary to the act to
'establish the Treasury Department," the Secretary of the Treasury respectfully submits the, following -report..
I. OF THE PUBLIC REVENUE AND EXPENDITURES.

The receipts into the Treasury, from all sources, during the
year 1828, were ;
s-1^4,763,629 23
The expenditures for the same year, including payments
on account ofthe public debt, and including $790,069 40.
for awards under the first article of the treaty of Ghent,
were - • , .- 25,459,479 52
The balance in the Treasury on the 1st ofJanuary, 1829,
was ; - •
'.
-; '
.-'• $'5.972,435 8 1 .
The receipts from all sources during the year 1829, were 24,827,627 38
Yiz.
Customs
• - 22,681,965. 91
Lands (statement D)
•- • - . 1,517,175 13
^.
Dividends on bank stock (E)
-'
-'
490,000 00
Incidental receipts (E) 138,486 34
. '
Making, with the balance, an aggregateof
The expenditures for the same year were(F)
Viz.
.
fi
•
Civil list, foreign intei'course, and miscellaneous, including $9,033 38 for
- ^
awards under the first article of the
, treaty of Ghent
- -. - .3,101,514
Military service, including fortifications,
ordnance, Indian affairs, pensions, arming the militia, and internal improvements
6,250,230
Naval service, including the gradual improvement of the navy
- 3,308,745
Publicdebt
-. . - 12,383,867

-

30,800,063 19
25,044,358 40
.' / .
>

87

28
47
78

Leaving a balance ih the Treasury on the 1st oi January,
1830, of
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.-•.
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,5,755,704:79

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The receipts into the Treasury during
the first three quarters of the present
/ .
year are estimated at
- $19,136,018 79
Viz.
. .
' .
.
Customs
- 17,268,122 74 ^
Lands (G>
- 11293,719 27
Bank dividends (H)
490,000 00
Miscehaneous (H)
84,176 78 .

- -

The receipts for the fourth quarter are
estimated at -^
- .5,025,000 00
Making the total estiinated receipts ofthe year

-

- ' 24,161,018 79

And, with the balance on the 1st of Januaiy, 1830, forming
an aggregate of.
The expenditures for the first three quar-.
ters of the present year are estimated
at (I) - . - 20,780,936 84
,

Viz.

•

^

•

Civil, list, foreign inter' course, and miscella• neous
"Mihtary service, including fortifications, ordnance, Indian afi'airs,
arming the mihtia, and
internal improvements
Naval establishment, includins: the gradual improvement of the navv
Publicdebt
-

,.

. ^

'
29,916,723 58
.

.

^
. >
2,460,872 48
,

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'

;

.

5,728,976 52
.
'
2,651,457 75
'9,939,630 09

The expenditures for the fourth quarter,
including $1,415,000 on account of the
public debt, are estimated, on data furnished by the respective Departments,
at.
-

' ^ ^
'

.

'

.

4,316,004 98

Making the total estimated expenditures of the year .

- 25,096,941 82

And leaving in the Treasury on the 1st of January, 1831.
an estimated balance of
^, - -

4,819,781 76

which, however, includes the funds, estimated at $1,400,000, heretofore
reported by this department as not efiective.
The appropriations remaining unsatisfied . at the close of the year, are
estimated af $5,256,566 32; but, of this amount, it .is estimated by the
proper departments,
1. That the sum of $3,740,552 96, only, will be required fbr the objects
for which they were appropriated ; ,
2. That the sum of $1,375,154 77 will not be required, and may, there


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fore, be considered as an excess of appropriation, and is intended to:
. be applied, without being re-appropriated, in aid of the service of
the year 1831, as will'more, fully appear when the estimates of
the appropriations for that year are presented ;
3. That the sum of $l'i0,858 59 will be carried to the surplus fund at
the close of the year, either because the objects for which it was'
appropriated are completed, or because these - moneys will not be
required for, or will be no longer applicable to them.
I I . OF THE PUBLIC DEBT.

The total amountof the public debt of the United States .
on the 1st of January, 1830, was
.- . . . .
-$48,565,406 50^
Viz. ' ^
1. Fundeddebt - , 48,522,869 9 3 ,
Consisting of—
.
'
'
. . •
Six per cent, stock
- 6,440,556 17
Five per-cent. stocks, in'
'
'
.
.
eluding the $7,000,000
'
'
subscribed to the Bank of
" •
the United States
- 12,792,00,0 2p ,
Four and a hklf per cent.
*
stock / _- '
: - 15,994,064 I I
Three per cent, stocks
- 13,296,249 45
'
2. Unfunded debt

.

-

Consisting o^
f— .
Registered debt, being claims '
registered prior to-the
year 1789,for services and
' supplies during the revolutionary, war . - .
Treasurynotes outstanding
Mississippi stock outstanding

-

-

42,536 57

'
28,921 48
> 8,010 00 _
5,605 09

The payments made, and to be made, on
account of the public debt, for the year
1830, are estimated at - .
-11,354,630 09"
Of this sum, there will have been paid, for
interest -- 1,912,415 27
Making the reduction in the principal ^
^Viz.

.

•

Six per cents.
.-.
Five per cents, subscribed to the Bank,
the United States
Registered debt
Treasurynotes
^
.Mississippi stock - . - '

-

-,

~

-'6,440,556
of
- 3,000,000
- ^ 225
.
'833
^600

17
00
65
00
00

And leaving the total debt on the 1st ^ of January, 1831



9,442,214 82

•

'

- 39,123,191 68

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•'Viz.Funded debt (K) ^
Unfunded debt (L)

[1830.

$39,082,461 88
-.
40.729 80

Of the sum applied/to the public debt, in the year 1830, $10,000,000
were the amount of the appropriation for the year, under.the 2d section of
the Sinking Fund act of 1817; and the remaining $1,354,630 09, taken
from surplus mone^^-s in the Treasury, were, Vv'ith the approbation of the
President, placed at the disposal ofthe Commissioners of the Sinldng Fund,
and applied under the 1st section of the act of 24th May last.
The five per cqnt. stock subscribed to the bank being at all times subject
to redemption, and the-high market price of other.', stocks not offering any
inducement to purchase, the discretionary authority given to the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, by the 2d section of the" act last referred to,
has not been exercised; and, from the large amount of debt that is redeemable in the year 1831, and within the first tvvo days of 1832, it is not probable that it wih be necessary (o resort to in the year 1831.
The debt which wih remain unpaid on the ist ofJanuary, 1831, vnll be
redeemable.as follows:
'
'
.
At the pleasure of the Government
and
After
After
After
After
After
After

n3,296,397 57 of three per cents.
4,000,000 CO of five per cents.
. ,
subscription to Bank
of the United States.
six months' notice 1,539,336 16 of four and a half per
. cents. ^
5,000,000 00 of four and a half per
the ,31st of December, 1831 cents.
5,000,000 00 of four and a half per
tho Ist of January, 1832
cents'
and
999,999 13 of five per cents. ,
the 31st of December, 1832 56.704 77 of five per cents.
and 2,227,363 97 of four and a half per
cents.
the 3 Ist of December, 1833 - 2,227,363 98 of four and a half per
cents.
- 4,735,296 30 of five per cents.
the 1st of January, 1835

As the means for the redempfion of those portions of the public debt
which are redeemable al the commencementof any year are to be provided
at the close of the previous year, and are actually drawn from the Treasury
at that time, such stocks may he. considered, for .the purpose of this report,
-as redeeraable in theprevious 37-ear.
.
'
I I I . OF THE ESTIMATES OF, THE PUBLIC REVENUE AND EXPENDITURES
FOR THE YEAR 1 8 3 1 .

The amount of imports into the United States for the^ year ending
on the 30th of September, 1830, is estimated at $68,500,000, and the
amount of exports at $73,800,00.0 ; of which $59,400,000 were domestic
and $14,400,000 foreign products.
. The amount of custom house bo.nds in suit on the 30th September last
was $6,865,420;. which sum includes all that remain in.suit since the estab


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lishment of the Government, and exceeds, by $273,706, the amount in suiton fhe corresponding day of the last year.
The amount of duties on imports and tonnage which accrued in the first
three quarters of the year 1830, is estimated at $20,570,000, and in the
fourth quarter at $5,610,000. '
The amount of debentures issued during the first'three quarters of the
year 1830. is estimated at $3,331,895 ; and the amount outstanding on the
30th.September last, and-ciiargeahle upon the year 1831, at-$l,411,801.
It is estimated that the accruing duty on coffe.e and cocoa imported in
1830, and remaining in store on the 1st of January, 1831, will be reduced
about $500,000 by the operation of the acts of the last session reducing
the duties on those articles ; and that the duties von coffee, cocoa, salt, and
molasses, accruing m 1831, and payable within that year, wih, upon a like
consumption Nto- that of 1829, be further diminished by those acts about
$600,000. The repeal of the duties on tonnage, which, will take effect on
the 1st April next, will further reduce the.revenue of the next year about
. $75,000. The subsequent reduction of the duties on tea, coffee, and salt,
on the Istof January, 1832, will-probably lessen the usual importation of
those articles fqr the demand of 1831. -But the influence of these circumstances upon the revenue will be, insonie degree, counteracted by the increased capacity, of the country for consumption, as evinced by the enlarged
amount of domestic exports, the general prosperity of mercantile .biisiness,
and the favorable, state of exchange with foreign countries, to which may
be added the opening of the trade with .the British .colonies in the West
Indies, and on the North Anierican continent. .
The revenue arising from the sales of' pubhc lands- will be improved by
the same general causes which.tend to improve that from the customs.
From a view of all thoss facts and considerations, the receipts for the year 1831 ar^ estimated at
' $23,340,000 ,00
•

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Viz.'

'

^ '

Customs
-'
.Lands
/
.- \
Bank dividends .- .
incidental receipts, including arrears of
rect tax, and canal tolls
-

The expenditures for 1831 are estimated at
Viz.

.

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,

•

- ' 21,000,000 00
- - •
1,700,000 00
-. . 490,000 00
internal.duties, di150,000.00
. .

23,228,065 86,
,•

Civil list, foreigh intercourse, and miscehaneous Mhitary service, including fortifications, ordnance, Indian
affairs, pensions, arming the militia, and infernal improv.ement - - '
Naval service, including the gradual improvement of the
navy '" .Publicdebt . .
-

-

'

2,585,152 68
6,789,317 89
3,853,595 29^
10,000,000 00

In. the estimate of expenditures for 1831 are included $1,375,154 77 of
the appropriations for 1830, which were not^required for tlie service of that
year, and are applicable for theservice of 1831 v/ithout being re-appropriated,
viz.—civil, foreign intercourse, and.miscellaneous, $40,833 18; military,
$815,921 .10; and naval', $518,400 49.
. ,
In respect to the duties on imports and tonnage, the estimate above prcr



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sented wih not apply for the succeeding year; for, when the reduction made
at the last session shall have gone into full effect, the revenue will, according
to the average of the last four years, viz.—from 1826 to 1829 inclusive, be
diminished. $3,664,435,
•
The proceeds of "the sales of "public lands will probably be somewhat increased ; but'the amount of these sales will be hmited by the ability of ^
those who purchase lands for their own cultivation, adventurous speculation
having ceased with the credit system. This source of revenue, therefore, except so far as it may be affected by future legislation, may be relied upon
hereafter to sustain the estimate made for 1831.
The reduction in the receipts from the customs will be partially made up
. by an increased importation of the articles on which the duties have been
reduced, at least so far as-the consumption of them may have been hitherto
restrained by the amount of the duty: but the reduction in the rates of
duty is so great, that no increase in the consumption can be looked for, so
extensive as to'make up any considerable portion of the deficiency; and, ah
though the income and expenditure ofthe community may continue to bear
the same relation to each other as heretofore, the amount of the duty saved
to'the consumer, instead of being applied wholly t.o the purchase of an increased quantity of those articles, will be^distributed'upon all the articles of
consumphon, domestic and foreign,'dutiable and-free.
• In looking forward to the probable changes in the fiscal operations of the
Government when the public debt shall be completely extinguished, it is worthy
of observation, that, with the exception of a single year, (1828,) "there has
been a gradual reduction of imports since the year 1825,' and a continued
reduction in the exports of foreign merchandise during thq same period.
These facts suggest various considerations to be taken into view in estimating the future revenues of the Government: they also show, among other
matters worthy of notice, that the navigating interest employed in foreign
commerce, and particularly in the carrying trade, must have suffered a material depression^ That portion of the carrying trade which is unfettered
by navigation laws will necessarily fall into the hands of those who can
navigate cheapest; and this fahing off gives reason to apprehend that the su/periority heretofore claimed for American: skill and economy in this pursuit,
is yielding to more fortunate rivahy, and suggests the expediency of considering how far that interest may, without injury to others, be relieved
from its depression.
,
The annexed paper, marked M, exhibits a detailed statement of the quantity and value of impor,ts and exports liable to specific duties, and the Value
of those paying ad valorem duties, and of those free of duty, from the year
1821 to 1829 inclusive; and -wih furnish the means of ascertaining the increase or decrease of each branch of import and export trade, and the probable effect of any proposed change, as well upon the revenue as upon the
various interests with w^hich they are connected.
Should it be contemplated by Congress to make any further reduction of
the revenues preparatory to the period of the final extinguishment of the
pubhc debt, it is respectfully suggested, that, in'order to avoid impairing the
necessary means for the ordinary expenditures of the Government, or encroaching upon the sinking fund, it whi be proper that such reduction should
take effect at a period sufficiently remote for the payment ofthe entire debt,
as the reduction made at the last session will barely leave sufficient revenue
for those objects during the ensuing four years." But there are some arficles



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on which theduty may be reduced without injury to-the revenue, and with
advantage to other interests. The most striking example of this nature will
be found in the duty laid on .spicesi If the imports and exports of these
articles, known tobe extensively consumed, but not produced, inthe United
States, be compared, it will be seen that, during the seven years preceding 1828^
the nominal exports have exceeded in value the nominal imports by thesumi
of $168,155. Whether the consumption 'has been supplied by fraudulent
importations, or whether debentures have been paid on fraudulent exportations, the fact is conclusive evidence that nothing can be lost by imposing a
lower duty oh those articles. The comparison for the last two years exhibits a more favorable Jesuit; but the difference is still much less than the actual consumption: and where such extensive frauds have been so successfully
practised, it is scarcely to be.hoped that any degree of vigilance sufficient
to prevent them can be permanently maintained uiider the same temptation.
The attention of Congress is respectfully invited to the operation of a clause ^
of the 3d section pf the act entitled ^ An act for the more effectual collection of
^
the duties on imports," passed 28th May, 1830. The rule therein prescribed for
appraising certain goods in packages, by adopting the value of the best article in each package as an average for the whole, went into effect on the 1st
of October ,last. The notice was too short to allow of new orders being given
in ah cases : and some, embarrassment has arisen in the appraisement of
such articles as had, for the convenience of trade, and without any intent to
defraud the revenue, been usually put up in mixed packages. In anticipation of this difficulty, directions were given to the collectors to ascertain,
until the 1st ofJanuary next, the difference, in each case, betweenthe amount
of duty imposed according to this mode, and that which would have accrued
according to the customary mode ; but, as the bonds have been taken for
the duties on the average yalue, some legislative provision will be necessary
to afford the proper relief It may also be expedient to except some articles
from the operation of the clause before referred to. Laces, in particular, are ^
represented to be almost necessarily imported of different qualities in the .
same package ; and some permanent inconvenience wiil be incurred to the
trade in these articles, if the importer is obliged to have them assorted. It
is also desirable that the character of the package for each description of'
goods required to be appraised upon the average of the best article, should
be defined by law. The department has endeavored to obviate some of the
inconveniences arising fromthe change, and at the same time to secure the
objects ofthe act, by ahowing the parcels of such goods which "were put up
separately, and designated as packages oh the invoice, though enclosed in
one general package, to be regard^ as packages for appraisement 'within the
meaning of the law. But the/onstant efforts to abuse this regulation pn the
part of some of those forwh9^e benefit it was adopted, and the jntrinsic difficulty of fixing, without spedfic legislation, any positive limit to the extent of
the parcel to bedeemed a package, wih probably render it necessary, should
no alteration of the law,be made, to rescind the order, and to recognise no
other package than the eikire quantity put up in one exterior box or envelope.
The general operation-pf the clause is fpund, however, to be beneficial: it
facihtates despatch and uniformity in the appraisement of goods, as well as
prevents frauds onthe revenue ; and, with the aid of the modifications suggested, mercantile ingenuity wiil, iio doubt, find nieans, by conforming the
packages to the objects of the law, to avoid its inconveniences. ,'
^ '
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service ; but it has become .manifest that the compensation ahowed by law
to the ofiicers is inadequate. The office of third jieutenant may, without
injury to the service, be •abolished ; and,, if an equivalent of the compensation now allowed to that ofiicer were divided between .the other officers,
and some addition made to the compensation of the warrant officers, to
whom important trusts are. confided, the service would be essentially improved, with but little increase of expense.
The regulations adopted.for carrying into more complete effect th.e laws
in relation to the. revenue arising^ from customs, will be hereafter communicated, in ob^gdience to the directions of the 10th section of the act in.alteration ofthe sever-^l acts imppsing duties on imports, passed 19th May, 1828.
There is reason tP^.believe that material benefit has already been derived
^from themj and thai; the measures adopted will improve in their ;effect with
the increased experience of the officers:
The reduction.of the duty on salt, made at the last session, which v/ill
-take.place on the .1st of Jcinuary, 1831, and 1st January, 1832, respectively,'
would seem to render it proper to make a corresponding reductipn'in the
drawback allowed on the exportation of pickled fish, which is fixed, by the
act of 29th July, 1813, at 20 cents per barrel, that being at'the time the duty
charged on one bushel of salt. Unless the law allo.wing the drawback shall
be previonsly modified, the exporter will begin to receive, after the l6t of
January next, a,greater amount of drawback than the duty previously paid
on the salt.
,
fi
• .y
.
It is of great importance, as well to the revenue as to all the interests involved in the importation of foreign merchandise, that the action of the custom houses^ should secure, as nearly, a.s possible, a uniform payment of duty
upon the proper value of imports, as contemplated by law; but there are insuperable difficulties opposed to the accomplishment of this object, under the
present system of impost duties, to which the Secretary of. the Treasury
would respectfully invite the serious attention of Congress.
• .
The valuation on which the ad valorem duties are now laid, is ascertained from the true or current value of the goods in the market of the foreign
country in which they were manufactured or produced, with the addhion
of certain charges, and 10 pr 20 per cent., as the case may be, when imported from this or the other side of the Cape of Good Hope. The^ aggregate
of these items on which the dnties are laid is presumed to be the value of
the goods when offered for sale in the United States market; but such is
.rarely the fact. It is not possible for the officers, even at any one custom
house, to ascertain the current .value in the foreign market with such precision as will render it an iteni of uniform ratio to that pfthe current value
in the United States; and, "whatever approach might be made tp this point
by one,set of officers, aided by long experience and superior skill, itis not
to be expecte,d that the officers of nearly one hundred separate custom
house establishments can be so well infbrmed of the value of goods at all
the places of exportation, or so equally qualified, by ability and disposition,
for the performance of this difficult duty, as to secure any reasonable degree
of uniformity in the imposihon of the customs at all the places of importation. These difficulties, added to-the generaf repugnance of the officers to
be drawn into collision with the importers, will always render the invoice
prices of merchandise the chief standard pf current value in the foreign
market; and corrections will only be made in cases of palpable error. This
defective operation is the highest perfection which the present system ap


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pears to be capable of; but there are other important objections to it, which
are worthy of great consideration. All impost duties are intended to be
paid by the consumer. The present plan frequently obliges the importer
to pay them, and probably as often compels the consumer to pay more thari
fhe proper charge upon his consumption. When goods are bought at high
prices in the foreign market,»and brought into a depressed market at home,
the duty rnay grektly exceed the advance which the importer is able to sell
for; in which event, a part or the whole of it falls on the importer; but if
the goods are bought at prices below the usual current value, and brought
into a market where the'demand is brisk, the consunier pays not only the
duty, but' nearly as great a price for the goods as if the duty were laid oh
their true value at the place of importation.' In the first case, the operation .
may prove.ruinous to the iniporter; and, in the last, he receives, in his profits, a portiori of what ought to accrue to the Gpyernment. By these operations, manifest injury is often done, either to the Government, the consumer,
or the importer; the uncertainty and hazard of commercial enterprise are
increased; and, whatever failures ensue, the Government will generally
incur a considerable portioii of the loss.
/
.
- As long as the current: value, or rather the invoice price of goods in the
foreign market, is made the basis oh which duties are laid, peculiar advantages whi be given to those who have the best opportunities of purchasing or
of niaking up invpices at rates below the curreht value. The purchaser
whp lays in his goods low, not only derives a profit directly froni this circumstance, but from the difference in the aniount of duty paid on them at
the custom house. For instance, a difference of 10 per cent, in the costof
an article paying a duty of 50 per cent, gives an advantage of 15 per cent, to
an importer who cari purchase.his goods at 10 per cent, lower than another.
This advantage is greatly increased under the operation of the classification of woollen cloths. These are now necessarily imported at prices near
the minimum points; and^those who can manage, either by making better
purchases, or by disguising the current value iii the invoice, to introducecloths under a class of duty below that to which they belong, derive a much
greater advantage than above stated. The cloths so transferred on the scale
of duties may pay in one case 45 cents per yard, instead of $1 12i; and
such iniporters may mxoriopojise the supply of an extensive part ofthe market for that article, to the entire exclusion of those who have less favorable
opportunities of purchasing, or willnot resort to unfair means in preparing
their invoices. The necessary effect of the system is, therefore, to throw
an extensive branch of the importing business inTo the hands of foreign
merchants, who can always lay in their goods on better terms than American houses having,no connexion abroad, and into the hands of those, who,
whether foreign or American, are the least scrupulous of the means of gain.
Under ordinary circumstances, the advantage which the American merchant has in selling, is equivalent to that which the foreigner has in purchasing ; but he cannot also compete with a different rate of duty. Such a
system, therefore, must either corrupt the American nierchant, or expel him
from all those branches of busiriess in which these operations can be carried
on with success. It is believed that an effectual remedy for this serious
arid growing evil, is to adopt the current value of all goods (subject to ad
valorem duty) in the United States as the true dutiable value—disregarding,
of course, the cost in the foreign market, and excluding all charges-^and"
additions. Such a change, though important in its consequences, will not
vary the principle oh which impost drities^^re now presumed to be laid, ;,



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and is in confoniiity with that which has long been practised in the most
commercial nation of Europe. According to this plan, instead of resorting
to vague and arbitrary rules to ascertain the value of goods in the United
States, this object may be attained by direct nieans. Ordinary experience,
skill, and attention, on the part of the proper officers, will enable them to
determine, with aU necessary accuracy, the current value in their own vicinity; and the mass of information'which might readily be cohected to correct error, if any should be made by them, cohld npt fail to secure a just
and equal appraisement. This being accomplished, the, Government will
receive the whole duty paid by the consumer, and no more; the price of
goods will be more steady; inerchants will be exposed to less hazard; and
theopportunity of fair competition between the Americari and foreign mer-cbant, so far as it can be effected by the action of the Goverriment, will be
restored to that equahty which a liberal policy cannot deny to foreigners;,
and which a wise Government will always desire to secure to its own
citizens. ,
, . ^ ^
,
An additional reason for the proposed change may be found in the difference between the relative values of gold and silver, as established by different nations, and the liability to error in estimating h j law the value of foreign moneys of account in those of the United States. This may be illustrated by referring to the money relations of the United States with Great
Britain and with Portugal. The Enghsh pound sterling is fixed by law at
$4 44, United States money, while it is worth about $4 80; hence, the iniporter of goods invoiced in sterling money pays a duty on 7^ per cent, less
than they have actually cost. The millrea of Portugal is-established by
iawat 124 .cents: its actual value in United States money is 111 yY/o^ cents;
consequently, the importer,of goods from Portugal pays duty.on about 11^
per cent. moreXhan their actual cost"; which, makes the difference between
the valuation on which duties are imposed at the customhouse, on goods
imported from England and Portugal, about 19 per cent, in favor of the importations from the former. These discrepancies, as well as all. those which
arise from the occasional introduction of paper and other currencies j n
foreign countries, whPse proportional value to gold or silver cannot be accurately ascertained, will be avoided by adopting the value of the goods in
the United States market as the basis for charging duties. This effect of
the nionetary system should, of course, be taken into consid'eration in fixing
the amount of duty in conformity with the proposed change. It cannot _be
doubted that a rate of duty imposed'^in this form somewhat lower than the
present, exclusive of the ahowance for the difference in the mppey, would
not only produce more revenue, but give more stable and substantial securi, ty to the interests of manufactures and commerce.
" T h e . only objectionSyto this change which, appear to have \ye.ight, are,
first, the difficulty of nicking so minute an appraisement as would be necessary of all the'articles of importation, without a considerable increase of
custom house officers; and, secondly, of maldng the appraisement uniform
at all the ports.. The first may, it is beheved, be,obviated by arranging th§
^goods.intp classes accprdirig to value, in such manner as to render the appraisement not ^more laborious than at present. These being so adjusted
as not materially to vary the rate of duty between contiguous classes, and
yet sufficiently distinct to enable,the appraisers to assign each article, with
reasonable accuracy, to its proper class, aided by an invoice of the goods at
their va[lue in the United States, tp be furnished on oath by the importer



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95

would secure all the facilities desired for expedition and accuracy in the
appraisement, with but httle addition to the number of officers or the expenses of the custom-house. The second objection applies to the present
system with more force than to that proposed; but thiis difficulty may be
removed by establishing a regular intercommunication and trarismission of
prices current and "*^samples between the custom-houses, w.hich could not
fail to prevent abuses, arid secure a more uniform appraisement than when
the valuation is based on prices in the foreign market, inasmuch as it will
be easier to ascertain the current prices at the principal marts of commerce
in the United States, than in those of foreign countries. - .
In recommending these important modifications in the impost system, as
well as those suggested in the last annual report, it may be proper to remark,
that it is deemed by the department very undesirable to make frequent'
changes in measures ofpublic policy which affect so extensively individual,
as well as public interests, and that proceedings of this nature should be subjected to a careful scrutiny, and ample time given by way of notice to all
who may be affected by them, as well foreigners as citizens of the United
States, before they are carried into effect. But, notwithstanding this indisposition to change, it is proper to remark that much of the legislation upon
this subject, since the actof 2d March, 1799, has been adopted chiefly with
a view to promote particular objects of special interest pressing upon' the
Government at the moment of its action; and hence some necessary precautions for guarding the revenue, and avoiding the injuries liable to be inflicted by the changes upon those engaged in commerce and other pursuits,
seem tp have been overlooked. The approaching crisis in the fiscal policy
of the United States wih require a revision of an important part of the system ; a'nd the opportunity will be propitious for a general review of its defects. The proposed modifications are, therefore, now presented to the consideration of Congress, to afford time for mature deliberation, and for collecting all the information that may be necessary, if their adoption should be
determined on, to reconcile individual interests with those of the Government.
.
All which is respectfully submitted.
...S. .D. INGHAM, .
,
Secretary ofi the Treasury,
TREASURY DEPARTMENT,

December 15, 1830.




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a;

A S T A T E M E N T exhibiting the duties which accrued on merchandise, tonnage, passports, and clearances; ofi debentures issued on the exportation ofi fioreign pier chandise; drawback on domestic refined sngar exported; bounty on
salted fish, exported; alloioances to vessels employed in the fisheries fi and ofi expenses, ofi collection, during the year
ending on the 31st ofi December, 1829.
Duties oa

- -

- '
• •

Year.

1829

Merchandise.

27,542,273 39

Tonnage and Passporlsand
light money. clearances.

133,861 28

Debentures.
issued.

11,060 00

4,213,168 83

Drawback on Bounties and Gross revenue.
domestic re- allowances.'
fined sugar.

Expenses of
collection.

270,077 54

, 965,958 00

45,092 56

23,158,855 74

Net" revenue.

^'
O
23,192,897 74

Ul

O

A S T A T E M E N T exhibiting the amourit ofi American and Foreign Tonnage emjployed in the Foreign Trade ofi the
United States, during the year ending.on-^the 31st day ofi December, \829.
. '
American tonnage in foreign trade

_

_

^

_.

_

'

_

Foreign

L

-

_

_

-

,

Total tonnage employed inthe foreign trade of the United States _

^ Tons.'
854,616
130,098

_

^

do.

do.

,

'

Proportion of foreign tonnage to the whole amount of tonnage employed in the foreign trade of the United States
TREASJJRY DEPARTMENT, /?e^25^<?r'5 0^6<?, Z?e6-<?'/?i^er 14, 1830;..



K

984,714
13.2 to 100 0
T. L. SMITH, Register.

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97"

B.
A S T A T E M E N T exhibiting tke values and quantiiies, respectively, of
merckandise- on rvkick duties actually accrued during ike year 1829,
[consisting ofi tke difference hetween articles paying duty imported, and
tkose* entitled to drawback re-exported;) and, also, ofi ike net revenue
,wkick accrued that year firom duiies on merckandise, tonnage, passports, a n d clearances.
MERCHANDISE PAYING DUTIES AD VALOREM.

% 990
233,922
467,241
,438,552
,287,382
598,928
206,571
292,265
,173,450
748,977
320,703

8,251 dollars, at 12 percent.
1,871,383
do. \2h.
do.
3,114,941
do. 15
do.
do. 20
7,192,761
do.
do. 25
21,149,529
do.
do. 30.
1,996,427^
do.
do.
do.
619,715
do. 35
do.
835,044
do.^ 40
do.
. 2,933,626
do. 45
do.
1,664,395
do. 50
do.
,641,407

12
88
15
20
25
10
67
40
40
75
50
^10,768,985 42

25.62 average

42,027,479

.DUTIES ON SPECIFIC ARTICLES.

1. Wines
2. Spirits
Molasses
Do.
S. Teas'
. CofTee
4. Sagar .
5. Salt
6. All other

3,122,817 gallons, average 18.2
2,462,303 do.
60.11
61,733 do.
at 5 cents
.9,6^7,137 do.
10.
5,397,664 poimds,average 33.73
35,735,610 do. •
at 5 cents
51,084,507 do.
average 3.06
. 5,076,414 bushels,
at 20' cents
articles

- 570,904 85
1,480,096 03
3,086 65
.969,713 70
1,820,706 36
1,,786,780 50
1,564,259 91
1,015,282-80
3,189,192 79

12,400,023. m
23 ,.169,009 01

Deduct duties refunded; and moiety of penal duties arising under the act
of 20Lh of April, 1818, after deducting therefrom daties on merchandise,
the particulars of which were not rendered by the collectors, and difference in calculation
- " - •

167,708 26
23,001,300 75

Add 2h per cent, retained on drawback
10
do. extra duty on foreign vessels .
interest on custom house bonds
storage Xj^ceived
, -

57,726 27
23,059,027 02

Duties ori merchandise
• Add duties on tonnage
light money

Bi,.625 89
12,235 39

passports and clearances^
Deduct drawback on domestic refined sugar
Gross revenue
Expenses of collection

10,191 83
27,271.71
'13,122 61
7,140 12

.

-

-

' -

IsTet revenue, per statement A

-

-

Y O L . III.—1



133,861 28'
11,060 00^
23,20,3,948 30
45,092 m
23,158,855 74.
965,958 OG$22,192,897 74^

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REPORTS OF T H E

[1830.

Explanatory Statements and Noies.
255,497 gallons at 50 cents ,
I. Wines—Madeira
Sherry
52,717 do.
50 do.
Red of France and Spain
- 1,435,619 do. ' 10 do.
* Other of France and Spain . 930,827 do.
15 . do.
Sicily - 22,916 do.
30 do.
Claret, &c., bottled 59,375 do.
30 do.
Other in casks
.' 372,304 do.
30 do.

"

$127,748
- 26,358
143,561
139,624
• 6,874
17,812
111,691

573,67145

3,129,255'

- Exported Madeira 319 ^
-alls
Teneriife 6,119 do.

50
50
90
05
80
50.
20

at 100 cts.

319 00

6,438 at 40 cts. 2,447 60
2,766 60

'
3,122,817 average 38.28'
2. Spirits—from grain

1st proof

570,904 85

'

do. •

3d do.
4th do.
5th do:
above 5th do.
Other materials 2d do.
.
. ^d do. ,
3d do.
. 4th do.
.5th do.
Exported grain spirits
. other do.
do. do- '
do. do.

- 471,508 gallons at 57 cents
78,782 do.
60 do.
8,295 do.
63 do.
2,186 do. . , 67 do. .
'
2,757 do.
75 do.
18 do.
90 do.
6,970 do.
38 do'.
139,716 do.
53 do. '
•510,349 do.
57 do.
1,188,711 do.
63^ do..
56,071 do.
72 do.
795 do.
42 do.
277 do.
42 do.
1,559
do.
48 do.
429 do.
85 do.

-

•

'.
-.
•

-

3. .Teas—Bohea . Souchong
Hyson skin, &c. -•
Hyson and young hyson
Imperial, gunpowder, fee.
Extra duly on teas imported from other
... places than China

268,759
47,269
'
5,225
1,464
2,067
16
2,648
74,049
290,898
.748,887
40,371
333
116
, 748
364

2,462,303 average 60.11

2d

1,480,096 03

70,153 pounds at 12 cents
1,248,168
do.
25. do.
1,294,036 . do.
28 do.
2,561,227
do.
40 do.
• 228,773
do.
50 do.

8,418
312,042
362,330
1,024,490
114,386

5,397,664

36
00
08
80
50

1,666 70

-

' 5,402,357
Exported hyson and young hy son
4,693

56
20
85
62
75
20
60
48
93
93
12
90
34
32
65

do.

1,823,334 44
2,628 08

56" do.

1,820,706 36

average 33.73

^_
—
4. Sugar—brown ' White, clayed, &.c.

47,832,037 Dounds at 3 cents
3,232,470 do.
4 do.

1,434,961 11
129,298 80
1,564,259 91

51,064,507 average 3.06
•

5, -Salt—Imported, bushels
6,495,409 at 20 cents
Exported
68,607
Bounties and allowances reduced
into bushels, at 20 cents per
bushel
1,350,388
1,418,995 at 20 cents

1,299,081 80

5,076,414 at 20 cents

1,015,282 80




•

283,799 00

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Explanatory Statements and iVo<es.^-Continued.
6. All other articles.

Ciuantity.

Rate of
duty.

Duties.

1,143,546
14 , Si60,096 35Woollens, not above 33t cts.
per square yard
Carpeting, Brussels, Wilton, &c. - do.
67,391
70
47,173 70
Venetian and ingrairi
do.
323,787
40
329,514 80
-flags, matting,'&c.'
do.
58,643 •
15
8,796 45
Floor-cioths, printed, painted, &c. do.
16,599
50
8,299 50
Oil cloth, other than printed, &c. do.
2,548
25
637 00
Furniture oil cloth do.
23,322
15
3,498 30
Sail duck .
- ^ do.
290,348
9
26,131 32
Do.
' .do.
705,765
91
67,047 71Bagging cotton.
do.
1,393,302
4| •
^
62,698 59
Do. ^
do.
830,709
5
41,535 45
Vinegar
\
gallons
41,820
8
3,345 60
Beer, ale, and porter, in bottles
do.
60,446
20
12,089 20
-Do. •
do.
in casks
do.
8,132
15
1,219 80
Oil, spermaceti
.do.
1
25
',25
whale and other fish .--_
do.
161
15
24 15
olive
.
' -^
do. '
48,496
25
32,124 00
castor
do.
-103
. 40
41 20
• .linseed
do.
111,452
25
27,863 00
do. •
rapeseed
29
25
7 25
hempseed
- '
-•
do.
27
25.
6 75
€ocoa
.
, pounds
452,992
2
9,059 84
Chocolate '
do.
2,944
4
117 76
Sugar, candy
. - - do.
645
12
77 40
•
loaf
.
do.
1,079
12
129 48
other refined =
.
do.
M4.
10.
4 40
Fruits, almonds
do.
944,709
3
28,341 27
currants
do.
'
405,591
3
12,137 73
prunes and plums
- do.
86,748
4 '
3,469 92
figs
- .
do.
1,605,157
3
• 48,154 71
raisins, jar aiid Muscatel
do.
3,296,272
4
131,850 88
other
-do.
1,795,4M
3
53,863 92
Candles, wax do.
185
6
11 10
spermaceti
.- .. do.
202
8^
16 16
Cheese
.
.
do.
66,828
9
6,014 52
Soap
.
. do.
311,687
4
12,467 48
Lard.
.
• ,
do.
105
3
3 15
Beef and Pork
- .
. do. .
2,697.
2
53 94
Hams and other bacon
.
.
do.
• 8,286
3
"248 58
Butter "
.
do.
5,233
5 .
261 65
Saltpetre, refined
-.
do.
1,568
3
47 04
Camphor, crude
, do.
131,347 , 8
10,507 7q
refined
do.
12
12
1 44
Vitriol, blue or Roman
do.
6
' 4
24
Salts; Epsom
do.
58
4
2 33
Glauber
do.
1,426
2
28 53
Spices,'Cayenne pepper
do.
44
15
6 60
ginger
do.
1,260
2-'
25 20
mace ^
do.
5,877
100
5., 877 00
nutmegs
' do.
60,281
60
36,168 60
cinnamon
do.
950
25237 50
do.
•65,866
25
16,466 50
cloves
-7 •
' pepper
do.
1,234,233
8
98,738 64
pimento
- '
do.
1,426,758
6
85,605 48
Tobacco, manufactured, other ihan snuff and
cigars . * .
do.
'5.50
10
55 00
Indigo
' -'
do.
, 326,804
15
49,020 60
Indigo
do.
257,364 .
20
51,472 80
Gunpowder
.
-.
.
do. .
' 42,048'
8
3,363 84
Bristles
'- •
do.
112,124
3
3,363 72
Glue
, do.
24,272
5
1,213 60
Paints, ochre^, dry do.
551,273
1
5,512 73
white and red lead - .
do.
111,450
5
5,572 50



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REPORTS^OF T H E

[1830.-

Explanatory Statements and 'Ao/es—Continued.
6. All- other articles.
Paints, whiting
-•
,'
orange mineral
sugar of lead
Lead, manufactured into shot
Cordage, tarred
untarred •Twine, yarns, and packthread
Corks
-•
-•
Copper, rods and bolts
, nails and spikes
Fire-arms,'muskets ^rifles
'Iron wire, not above No. 14
not above No. 14
above No. 14
tacks, &c. not above No. 16
above No. 16
.nails
spikes ' •
-I
chain cables
_
.
mill'saws
anchors
" .anvils .
• hammers, &c. - ' _
.
casting;s, vessels of
other .brazier's rods _ - ^ ;
sheet and hoop - - • in pigs
-.
, bar and bolt, hammered
rolled ' -• ^
Steel,
Hemp,
. .. .
Do.
Flax
.'.,
Do.
. . . .
Wool
,AlumCopperas
. Wheat fiour - .
-Coal
-- r
Wheat
. -.
Oats
•-^' • Potatoes
. Paper, folio and 4to post >
foolscap, &c. printing
.
_
_
_
all other
Books, printed previous to 1775
printed in other languages than Latin,
Greek, &c.
'
. Latin and Greek, bound
boards
all other, bound
boards.
-•
Glass ware, cut and not specified - '
other articles of
' Glass vials, not above 6 oz. 8 oz.' bottles, not above 1 quart
2

Deiriijohns'

-

•"

. 1 gallon.




-

-

pounds
do.

• V do..

-

do.
do.
do.
do.
do.

•
•
•

do.
do.
No.:

•

do.
pounds
do.
do.
. M.
pounds
do.
do.
do. ,
do.
do.
do.
do.
do. •
do.
do.
. do.
cwt.
pounds
cwt.
do.
• do.
do. .
. do.
do.
pounds
cwt.
- do.
do.
bushel
do.'
do.
vdo.
pounds
do.
do. • do.

vols.
do.
pounds
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
groce
do.
do.
do:
do.
No.

588,311
1
335
5
m6,180
5
2,737
4
588,126
4
228,029
5
427,744
5
184,177
12
297
4
' 5,263
4
4,527
150
12
250
-272
5
268,870
6
'261,273
10
12,769
5
4,062
5
575,467
5
• 84,734
' 4
775,019
3
5,166
100
27,012
2
737,146
2
. 82,452
21
U
i 886,465
349,290
1
103,470
' 3|
2,190,674
31
25,710
62^
79,113,961
1
107,646
185
24,365
150
30,660
225
52,287
250
1,386
1758 , 193
.
200
992,540
4
250
1,396
200.
69
50
1,340,551
6
275
25
307
10
53,198
10 I
8,644
20
205,327
17
• 5,068
10
30,468
15
356
4
76^^,143
3,869
1,886
21,.584
77,126' 11,536
1,126,729
700
81
11,928
395
13
40,577

4
15
13
30
26
3
-2
175
125
200
250
300
25-

,

#5,883 11
16 75
5,809 00
109-48
23,525 04
11,401 45
21,387 20
>22,101 24
11 88
2J0 52
6,790 50
30 00
13 60
« 16,132 20^
26,127 30
638 45
203.10
• 28,773 35
3,.389 36
23,-250 57
5,166 00
540 24
14,742 92
2,061-32
13,296 97
3,492 90
3,621 45
76,673 62
•16,068 75
791,139 61
199,145 10
36,547 50
68,985 00
130;717 50
; 2,425 50
16,386 00
39,701 60
31
2,792 00
34 50
80,433 06.

m 75
30 70
5,319 80
1,728-80'
34,905 59
506 80•
4,570 20'
14 24
3,045 72
580 35
245 18
6,475 20
20,052 76
346 08
22,534 58
1,225 00
101 25
23,856 00
987 50'
39 00
10,144 25

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SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.
Explanatory Statements and Notes—Continned.
Rate of
duty. ,

Gtuantity.

6. All other articles.
Glass, window, not above 8 by 10 inches -100 sq. fi.
lb by 12 do.
do.
•. 10 by 15 do.
- . do.
- <3. d o :
above 10 by 15 do.
..Slates, not above , 6 by 12 inches
cwt.
12 by-14. do.
- . do.
14 by 16 do.
do.
16 by 18 -do.
do.
18 by 20 do.
do.
20 by 24 do.
, do.
above' 20 by 24 do. , -.
do.
Fisli, dried or sm.6ked^
- quintals :
. salmon, pickled
- barrels
mackerel ' ".do. '
all other .
-- .
do.
Shoes,, silk . • pair
prunelle
-•
'- /
do.
leather
••
- ' > .
do.
children's
'do.
Boots and bootees do.
• M,
Cigars
- .
-.
Playing cards
- \ packs

552
^ 299
305
2,574
. 8,801
19., 859
59,035
11,647
30,153
7,848
1,058
523
1,596
242
563
1,506
3,488
1,950
149
410
/ 20,475
3,040

Duties.

300
"
350 .
400 :
500 :
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
100
'200
350
100
30
25
•25
:
15
• 150
250
.30

Sl,656 00
1,046 50
1,220 00
12,870 00
1,760 20
4,964 75
17,710 50
4,076 45
12,061 20
3,531 60
529 00
, 523 00
3,192 00
363 00
563 00
451 80
872 00
487 50'
22 35
615 00
51,187 50
, 91200

3,248,890-94
Dednct excess of Exportation over Importatioris viz:
2,487 square yards at 32 cents
5
15,853 pounds
]
116,817 do.
6
72,260 do,
12
678 do.
'
3
.29,099 do.
5 443.,011- do. .
3 .
128,577 do.
81,799 do. '
5
.
.4
23,275 do.
38,576 do.
3^
3
28,650 do.
3
2,896 do.

€arpets, flags, matting, &c.
Candles, tallow
- '
Tallow
- ^
Cassia - •
Snuff Cotton Litharge .
-Lead - . -.
- .
-pipes
Cables
•Nail and spike rods
- '
Sheet and hoop iron Paper.sheathing •
-

^795 84
792 65
1.,1G8 17
4,335 60
.81 36872 97
22,150 55
3,857 31
4,089 95
931 00
1,350 17
859 50
86 88

,.

Deduct articles expot ted at former duties.
White lead
Bar lead
Iron, bar, hammered rolled '
pig
•Steel -

130,711]30unds
386,363 do.
2,215 cwt.
708 do.
. 2,720 do.
955 do.

.

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4 cent's
2 .
90
150
. 50
100

<

5,228
7,727
1,993
. 1,062
1,360
955

44
26
50
00
00
00
59,698 35

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83,189,392 79

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S T A T E M E N T exkibiiing tke sales ofpublic lands, m.oneys paid into tke land ofiices, expenses incident to the sales,
and m.oneys paid into the Treasury on account thereofi, during the year ending the 31st Decemher, 1829.
L a n d sold.

L a n d Offices.

State or
Territory.
Acres, hdths.

'. Marietta
Zanesville
Steubenville
Chillicothe
Cincinnati
Woosier
Piqua _
Tiffin . _
Jeffersonville
Vincennes
Indianapolis
Crawfordsville
Fort W a y n e
Shawneetown
Kaskaskia
Edwardsville
Vandalia
Palestine
Springfield
St. L o u i s
Franklin
"
Palmyra
Jackson

Ohio
do.
do.
do.

_
_
_
_
_

_

Purchase
money.

DoUs.

Amount
A m o u n t receivreceived un- ed in cash.
der thecredit
system.

Cts. - •Dolls. Cts.

Dolls.

Cts.

• 7,574 23
9,748 57 '
12,681.13
5,044 73
37,619 67
47,146 63
18,875 81
54,498 48
28,095 91 - . 35,418 72
12,660 6536,470 61
19,585 52
24,481 97
7,002 63
16,399 49
do.
_ •
35,477 99
44.838 62
43,190 62
23,478 99
do.
21,664 32
37;115 42
25,279 92
55,798 37
do.
2,405 ..57
3,005 98
, 1,832 2 6 do. 23,793 19
"^30,418 29
21,8S7 45
Indiana .
20,861 03
26,151 32 . 29,479 18
.42,016 37
do.
• _
26,495 34
33,158.75
28,473 95
52,622 06
'do.
•
89,861 94
112,327 11
111,827 24
• do.
203,049 48
256,109 62
254,326 68
do.
6,259 72
'
7,824 52
•'
7,824 52
Illinois
,
8,143 78
. 1 0 , 2 2 6 98
5,831 81
• 12,383 49
do.
.
6,380 57
7,975 71 - 2,528 28
'8,885 97
do.
28,602 10
35,7.52 65
-2,248^70
35,651 69
do.
19,405,48
24,258 13
2 4 , 2 0 2 13
do.
47,221 4559,026 70
58,930 70
do.
86,492-35
108,175 47"
106,637 04
Missouri
24,499 62
5,537 .60
30,624 56
33,368 78
do.
40,255 76
50,320 53
4,287,24
48,792 25
do.
54,936 56
68,670 82
67,692 .74• do.
5,309 32
6,624 14
6,624 14




Am't received in forfeited land
stock.,

Dolls. Cts.

2,-112
11,.523
11,608
15,085
64,550
6,596
1,174
.8,530
13,614
9,010
499
1,782

11
96
76
11
25
97
72
84
13
64
87
94

3,675
1,618
2,349
;56
9Q
1,538
2,793
^5,815
978

30
02
m
00
00
43
38
52
08

T o t a l amount
received - at
the land offices.

Dolls.

Cts.

14,793
• '66,022
. 48,079
•31,484
88,029
-62,395
3,006
30,418
. 55,630
61,632
112,327
256,109
7,824
- 16,058
'
10,503
'38,001
24,2,58
• 59,026
108,175
36,162
54,607
68,670
6,624

30
44
37
00
24
34
98
29'
50
70
11
62
52
79
99
35
13
70
47
16
77
82
U

A m o u n t of
incidental
expenses,

Am.'t paid into
the T r e a s u r y
from 1st J a n .
'to Slst December, 1829.

Dolls. Cts.

- Dolls. Cts.

1,341 53
3,272 19
2,996 93
1,867.84
3,343 63
2,088 44
1,099 35
2,014 40
2,713^75
4,768 91
4,330 26
9,475 80
1,152 91
1,400 71
1,154 77
^ 1,618 10
1,683 73
2,304 46
4,528 26"
1,937 53
-3,318 93
, 3 , 4 1 8 621,368^2

11,992
50,866
40,220
14,710
17,351
32,355
700
19,713
38,341
43,347
112,618
153,152
'1,500
11,471
5,964
15,396
8,381
39,112
118,283
37,749
61,033
73,660
11,150

22
93
00
11
02'
91
00
34
26
98
18
10
00
00
93
00
99
77
03
32
04
34
00

1-3
Ul

O
1-3

Lexington
St. Stephens
Cahaba
Huntsville
Tuscaloosa
Sparta _^.
Washington
Augusta
Mount Salus
New Orleans
Opelousas
Ouachita ^
St. Helena .
Detroit
,
Monroe
Batesville
Little Rock
Tallahassee
St. Augustine

27,544
15,877
66,905
1,919
•
do.
12,905
22,593
do.
7,238
_ Mississippi - 1,608
do. > _
89,438
do.
. _
_
320
_ Louisiana _
7,319
do.
20,309
do.
3,072
do.
_ MichiganTer. ' 23,329
-44,530
do.
2,003
Arkansas Ter.
677
do. •
53,276
Florida Ter
No sales
do.
^_
do.
Alabama
do.
do.

_

38
56
05 •
02
59t
88
78
36
17
00
28
08
01
48
78
84 36 .
49

1,244,860 01

34,373
19j846
83,647
2,398
15,865
28,221
- 8,849
2,'010
112,563
400
9,149
25,795
3,840
29,141
55,793
. 2,504
^
846
68,207

99
96
16
74
71
32
10
45
99
00
09
62
01
93
13
67
69
77

2,846 11
79,201 49
30,478 82

_
_

63,785 74

_
._
•

11,524 16

_
_
_
_
_ ' '
._
-

3,-782 6S-

1,572,863 54

382,060 12

34,249 11
16,322 53
147,654 24
20,788 49
15,242 26
27,489 39
.51,993 45
2,010 45
109,929. 77
400 00
20,428-75
25 ,.395 62
3,840 o r
32,309 41.
55,798 13
2,504 67
846 69
68,207- 77

1,730,243 38

34,373 99
2,539 77
1,741 IS
22,693 07
162,848 65 ' 7,270 20
2,017 58
. 32,877 56
2,896'77
15,865 7 1 :
2,096 60
28,221 32
2,732 26
72,634 84
1,656 77
2,010 45_
4,134 75
•.2,634 22
112,563 99
1,008 00
^ 400 0.0
_
20,673 25
^ 244 50
1,674 71
25,795 62 • 2,057 97
HOO 00
3,840 01
••
2,412 11
32,924^61
615 20
3,167 45
55,798 13
2,6'H 67 • 1-,184 49
_
1,389 85
^ 846 69
4,171 39
68,207 77
_
1,000 00
124 '88
6,370 54
15,194 41
12,089 07
623 45
731 93
20,641 39

'

224,680 28

1,954,923 66. 108,351 37

51,420
ia,395
126,428
19,578
79,165
24,039
42,917

59
00
32
49
00
50
00

73,731 87
.

6,000 00
22,000 00

CO

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24,510 74
45,765 00
1,238 00
70,914 15

o

1,517,175 13

•* Lewis and Clark—avarrant.
t Accounted for in 1st quarter of 1830.
"The column of." incidental expenses" includes salaries, commissions, and contingent expenses ofthe registers'and receivers' offices; also, the allowbr
ances for transporting public moneys, made in pursuance of the provisions of the act of Congress of 22d May, 1826.




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TREASURY DEPARTMENT, General Land Office, 2UJi November, 1830*
E L I J A H H A Y W A R D , Commimoner.

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REPORTS'OF THE
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S T A T E M E N T ofi moneys received into the Treasury firom all sources,
other than customs^ and puhlic larids, duringthe year 1829.'
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•

•

From dividends on stock in the Bank of the United
States - ^490,000.00
Arrears of direct tax
- 11,335 05
Arrears of internal revenue
^ - 14,502 74
Fees on letters patent
- 12,990 00'
Cents coined at the mint : 11^550 00
Postage of letters - ~
8^ 60
. Fines, penalties, and forfeitures
- 2^704 32
Interest on debts due by banks to tYie United
. States' • • -'
- 12,479.47
Surplus emoluments of officers of the customs
-'
- 40,752 53
The sale ofthe hotel and lot.at the.Hague - 2,600 -00
The proceeds of the estates of Americancitizens deceased in foreign countries
183 98
The proceeds of property libelled for. salvage,
and not claimed .518 36
The late trading estabhshments with the
Indians - '^ - /
. 1^995 oo
An unknown person, stated to be on account
ofthe customs '" -•
75 56
Moneys received fronf the late agent for the
military establishment, for balance due
from him
' .. ,50 50
Moneys previously • advanced on account of
the first article of the treaty of Ghent
615 ^^
Moneys previously advanced on account of
the 4th, 5th, ^ih, and 7th articles of the
, treaty of Ghent -• 2,287 23
Moneys paid over by order of the court of
* the southern district of New York, on ac' count of Theron Rudd ' - ' 7,458- 25
. Balances ofadvances made in the War Department, repaid, under the third section
ofthe act of 1st May, 1820
- 16,301 09
138,486 ,34
#628,486 34
TREASURY DEPARTMENT,

'Registei^'s Office,.Decemher 13, 1830.




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SECRETARY OF T H E TREASURY.
F.

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•

S T A T E M E N T ofi the expenditures ofi tke United Staies fior tke year
- 1829.
CIVIL, MISCELLANEOU.S, AND FOREIGN INTERCOURSE.

Legislature
$467,447 59
Executive Departments ,
'- - 530,172. 14
Officers df the mint
9^600 00
Surveyors and their clerks
- 23.057 44
Co mmissioner of the^ Public Buildings 2',000 00
Governments in the Territories of the United
States
55,344 99
Judiciary
239,447 20
1,327,069 36
Annuities and grants - 1,800 00
Mint establishment
>
• .- ,
. , 34,265 00
Extending the. mint establishment
- 51,666 67
Unclaimed merchandise .
-"
716 69
Light house establishment.
-^89,149 07
Surveys of public lands
• . -.
- 51,289 08
Registers and receivers of land offices. 1,125 00
Preservation of the public archives in Florida 1,077 45
Land claims in Fl6rida Territory
- - 3,549 74
Land clairas in Michigan Territory " - 2,202 79
Land claims in St. Helena land district
-800-00
Roads within the State.of Ohio
- ;3,577 93
Roads and canals within the State of Indiana - -8,902 11
Encouragement of learning within the State
of Illinois^ - , -' ,.
1,727 83
Repayment for lands erroneously sold by the
United States _
.
,
.
92 50
Marine hospital establishment - 63,562 28
Appropriation for the navy hospital fund
- 125,000 00
'Public buildings in Washington
- .7.4,114 67
Penitentiary for the District of Columbia
- 14,500 00
Accommodation of the President's household -' 14,000 00
Consular receipts, under the actof 14th April,
1792
. , -•
- . . - - . . - '
156 84
Bringing votes>for President and Yice President
2,706 50
Payment of balances to officers of old internal
revenue
,. -fi
- . 215 57
Payment of balances to collectors of new internal revenue - . 248 46
Payment of claims for buildings destroyed
1,480 00
Florida claims ^ 1,238 74
Stock in the Louisville and Portland Canal Com143,500 00
pany
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Stock in the Dismal Swamp Canal Company - 50,000 00
Stock in the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company
. .
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- 125,000 00



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REPORTS OF T H E

[1830.

Stock in th.e Chesapeake and Delaware Canal
. Company - - - - ,-$150,000 00
Building custom houses and warehouses
-^ 9,13193
Revolutionary claims, per act of 15th May, 1828 288,446 24
Miscellaneous expenses
. - 51,436 57
1,566,679 66
Diplomatic department
.Contingent expenses of foreign intercourse
Agency in relation to northeastern boundary Relief and protection of American sieamen
Treaties with the Mediterranean powers
Claims on Spain
>
.
Payment of claims under the 9<th article of the
treaty with Spain
Awards underthe 1st article of the treaty of
Ghent
-

122,452
15,515
19,280
10,410
11,938
18,537
^
598

14
16
22
67
88
40
00

9,033 38
207,765 85
3,101,514 87

MILITARY

ESTABLISHMENT.

Pay ofthe army and subsistence of officers
1,134,284 40
Subsistence - - .- 299,408 63
Quartermaster's department - 341,138 18
Forage
' - 39,874 97
Clothing or purchasing department - 167,366 41
Bounties and premiums
- 25,601 13
Expenses of recruiting ,
- ;
13,987 84
Medical or hospital department
- ' 23.362 14
Purchase of woollens for 1829 and 1830
- 20,'000 00
' Contingencies
- _
- , 7,987 39
Military Academy, West Point
- -27,925 IJ
Armories
. . . .
. 361.384 44
Arsenals
- " V- 107,125 18
Arsenal at Augusta, Maine 18 40
Arsenal at Mount.Vernon, Alabama - 23,200 00'.
Ordnance
, -- 95,551 88
Armament of fortifications
- 136,767 61
Arming and equipping mihtia "
- 219,654 37
Repairs and contingencies of fortifications
7,496' 30
Fort Monroe-'
- 1 0 1 , 5 0 0 00
Fort Calhoun-'
— 100,000 00
Fort Delaware. - - ''
- 12,000 00
Fort Hamilton
.
.
- 100,000 00
Fort Adams - 97,277 06
Fort Jackson • 16,000 00
Fort at Mobile Point - ,100,000 00^
Fort Macon - . --.
- 57,975 00
Fort at Oak island, North Carolina - :
- 66,534 12
Fortifications at Charleston, South Carohna - 31,672 00
Fortifications at Savannah, Georgia 4,300 00



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190,0,00 00
Fortifications' at Pensacola^ Florida
22,000 00
Repairs and preservation of Fort Lafayette
6,447 80
Completiori of battery at Bienvenue , 16,677 41
Erection of a tower at bayou Dupre, La.
Construction-of a wharf at Fort Constitution,
600 00
Portsmouth, New Hampshire
- .. Construction of a wharf at Fort. McHenry, Balti1,500 00
more, Maryland
Construction of a wharf at Fort Wolcott
31 21
1,765 40
Barracks at Michillimackinac. Michigari
2,500 00
Barracks at Fort Sullivan, Eastport, Maine
Barracks at Fort Trumbull, New London, Con5,900 00
necticut
, _
1,000 00
Barracks at Fort Severn, Annapolis, Maryland
9,000 00
Barracks at Fort Winnebago, N. W. T.
Barracks, at Fort Crawford, Prairie du Chien,
10,000 00
Nortlf Western Territory
- fi - '
' Erection of a breakwater at the mouth of Delaware bay
-,
- 66,905 00
Building piers, mouth of Oswego river N. Y. - 22,618 34
^Building piers, mouth of Buffalo creek, N. Y. - . 9,206 00
17,895 99
Building piers. New Castle, Delaware Building piers at Allen's Rock, Warren river - 3,751 26
Building piers at La Plaisance bay, Michigan - 2,000 00
32,100 00
Building piers. &c., Merrimack river, Conn.
Building-piers, &,c., Stonington, Connecticut - 19,358 14
Building piers, harbor df Dunkirk, New York - 9,81275
2,500 00
Extending piers, harbor of Edgarton, Mass. Extending piers, harbor of Black Rock, N. Y. - 30,000 00
150 00
Exariiining piers at Sandy bay, Mass. . Repairing piers at Port Penn and Marcus Hook,
5,000 00
Pennsylvania
- . 5,000 00
Repairing piers at Kennebunk river, in Maine 61,-203 60
Preservation of islands iri Boston harbor
. Completion of seawall, George's island, Boston
7,310 54
harbor
- : .Deepenins^ the harbor of Sackett's Harbor, New
1,187 00
York ^ ' - ^
- ..
.'
2,550 00
Deepening the harbor of Mobile, Alabama
Deepening ,the channel through the Pass au
Heron, near Mobile bay . ; ^
' -'
- 2,250 00
Deepening the channel between St. John's and
St. Mary's harbor . - .
- 10,000 00
Closing the breach made in the peninsula at
Presque Me bay, Pennsylvania
- 7,390 25
Improving the navigation of the Ohio and Mississippi rivers
- ,47,200 60
Improving the navigation of the Ohio river
- 10,000 00
Improving the navigation of Red river. Ark. - 5,760 00
Improving the navigation of Mill river. Conn. - '3,941 00
Improving the navigation of-Genesee river,
New York -'
- 10,000 00



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REPORTS OF T H E "

Improving the navigation of Cape Fear river,
North Carolina
- #6,760 00
Improving the navigation of Conneaut creek,
Ohio
. :
6,590-00
Improving the navigation of the harbor of
,
' Cleaveland, Ohio
- 9,000 00
Improving the navigation of the harbor of
' Hyannis, Massachusetts
-^^
•'1,65000
Removing obstructions, mouth of Grand river,
3,135 11
Ohio
.~ •' fi '6,935 00
Removing obstructions, Huron river, Ohio
Removing obstructions, Ashtabula, creek, Ohio -. 6,000 00
Removing qbstructions, Cunningham creek,
Dhio
- - , - 2,956 00
Removing obstructions,. Berwick branch of
3,170 00
Piscataqua river, New Hampshire Removing obstructions. Black river, Ohio
- 5,600 00
5,500
Removing obstructions Appalachicola river, Flo.
1,500 00
Removing obstructions, Kennebunk river,
1,720 32
Maine'
- -"^
- - .
Rismoving obstructions, Oeracock inlet, N. C. - 22,000 00
Removing obstructions, Nantucket - harbor,
Massachusetts
- .
. ^
- 19,653 00
Removing obstructions, Big Sodus bay, N. Y. - 12.000 00
Survey of obstructions, Wabash river, Ind.
500 OU
Survey of the Cocheco branch of Piscataqua
59 76
river, New.Ham.p'shife
o purvey of Penobscot river, (fee, Maine
•297 30
178 94
Survey of North river, Massachusetts 149 93
Survey ofthe harbor of Bass river, Mass.
.150 00
Survey of the river Thames, Connecticut
130 00
Survey ofthe harbor of Westbrook, Connecticut 80 00
Survey of the harbor of Norwalk, Connecticut 100 00
Survey ofthe harborof Stamford,'Connecticut 150 00
Survey of the harbor of Sag Harbor, New York
• 100 00
Survey of Flat beach,alias Tucker's island,N. J. 80 00
Survey of Deep creek, Yirginia
Survey of Pasquotank river. North'Carolina ••
80 00
Survey of the passes at the mouth of the Mississippi
'«
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500 00
Survey of the water tract between Lake Pont-'
chartrain. and Mobile'bay , .- . 175 00
Survey of the harbor of St. Augustine, Florida 300 '00
Surveys and estimates of roads and canals
- 30,044 01
Completion of the Cumberland road to Zanesville
_ -' . • - 42,624 82
Preservation and repairs of the Cumberland
road
. . . .
.
• - 100,000 00
Construction of the Cumberland road in Ohio, . • ' ^
. vvest of Zanesville - .^
. - .50,212 82
Continuation ofthe Cumberland road inind. - 14,600 00
Eoad from Detroit to Fort Gratiot
- 8,150 O
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Road from Detroit to Saginaw
- " ,85188 90



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Road from Detroit to Chicago '
Road from Matanawcook to Mars Hill, Maine
Road from Little Rock to Cantonment Gibson,
Arkansas .' ^Road from Fort Smith to Fort Towson, Ark.
Road from Colerain to Tampa Bay, Florida Road between Pensacola, Blakely, and Mobile Point, Florida
^. '
Repairing road between Pensacola and Tallahassee, in Florida
.
_
.
Repairing road between St. Augustine and
Tallahassee, Florida
-,
Payment of Georgia militia claims Balances due to certain States on account of
militia . . Relief of officers and others engaged in the
Seminole campaign
Relief of a company of rangers under Capt.
James Bigger
- '
Ransom of! American captives in the late
war
IRelief of sundry individuals
Invalid and| half pay pensions
Pensions to I widows and orphans
Revolutiona!ry pensions
Arrearages | - , Civilization! of Indians
. " . , .
Pay of Indiaa agents
Pay of Indian sub agents
Presents to Indians Contingencies of Indian department Suppression of Jndian aggressions on the
frontiers of Georgia and Florida Choctaw schools . To aid the emigration of the Creek Indians Pay of IlUnois and other militia
Expenses of an exploring delegation of Indians
To extinguish the claims of Cherokee Indians
to lands in Georgia
Compensation to Indians in Ohio, for depredations committed by white citizens
Purchase of provisions for Quapaw Indians Effecting certain Indian treaties, per act of
20th May, 1826
'Effecting a treaty with the Creek Indians,
per act of 22d May, 1826 Effecting certain Indian treaties, per act of
24th May, 1828. ^ '
Effecting certain Indian treaties, per act 2d
March, 1829
Annuities to Indians -•
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$8,250 00
20,224 -89
258 26
360 10
, 2,810 363,000 00
3,000 00
3,000 00
712 40
• 2,216 85356 00
54.50
109
~ 3,274
180,865
4,236
764,492
6,948
. 4,549
29,825
15.100
11,246
97,338

00
85.
63
46
38
84
87
00
00
76
34

3,041
7.599
16,510
856
6,589

04
41
45
56
50

2,768 00
1,539 251,000 00
3,031 91
8,599 39
7,920 44
125,506 49
245,108 00
6,267,626 58

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From wkick deduct tke fiollowing repayments:
•
Road from Pensacola to St. Augustine
$3,460 20
Opening the Old King's road,
Florida
-.
1,550 00
Materials for a fort on the right
—
bahk of the Mississippi
192 00
Fort Rigolets and Chef Menteur
43 09
Surveyofthe harbor of Nantuck^
et, Massachusetts 63 '
Surveyofthe harbor of Stonington, Connecticut
6 37 '
Survey of the swash in Pamlico
sound. North Carohna
17.30
Maps, plans, books, cfec. for the ,
War Department
' 341 05
Running boundary linebetween
Georgia and Florida
275 80
Purchaseof Creek and Cherokee
reservations of lands in Georgia
9,183 00
Expenses of treating with the
^Choctaws and Chickasaws 1,253 79
Holding a treaty with Cherokee
Indians for lands in North
Carolina
- f
1,073 07

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17,396 30
— — — 6,250,230 28
NAVAL ESTABLISHMENT. .

Pay and subsistence of, the navy afloat
- 1,160,068 09
Pay and subsistence of the navy, shore stations
- 161,830 26
Pay of superintendents, artificer,s, &c.
62,222 56
Provisions - 461,636 83
Medicines and hospital stores
fi25,772 60
Repairs and improvement of navy yards - 148,989 09
Ordnance, and Ordnance stores
26,262 61
Gradual improvement of the navy
- . 444.395 98
Repairs of vessels
- 470,945 68
Laborers, and fuel" for engine
1,660 45
Survey of the harbors of Savannah and
Baltimore, &c. . . .
34- 07
Agency on the coast of Africa
-.
2,766 41
Reimbursement of the marshal of Florida,
for expenses of certain Africans
-.
4,208 32
Rewarding officers and crew of the ship
Wasp, for destroying the Avon and
Reindeer
6,418 50
Erection of a breakwater at the mouth of
Delaware bay ' 7,873 00



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Arrearages prior to 1st January,4827
- $410
' Arrearages prior to 1st Januiary, 1828
- 2,911
Arrearages prior to 1st January, 1829
- ^ 3,682
Contingent expenses for 1825
^ 365
Contingent expenses for 1827
. 40
Contingent expenses, not enumerated, for 1827
136
Contingent expenses, not enumerated, for 1828 .2,567
Contingent expenses for 1829
-250,770
Contingentexpenses,notenumerated,for 1829
3,092
Pay and subsistence of the marine corps ' -117,329
Clothing of the marine corps
- 11,850
Military stores of the marine corps 693
Medicines for the marine corps
-~
794
Barracks for the marine corps
..
363
Repairing marine barracks at Washington - 3,499
Fuel for the marine corps - 8,504
Contingerit expenses of the marine corps
- 13,792

80
25
67
88
88
17
47
13
32
19
61
36
77
98
42
34
76

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3,405,890 45
From lokick deduct ike fiollowing repayments: ^
Gradual increaseof the navy - 29,795 86
Buildirig ten sloops of war
- 19,592 24
Repairing and building sloops
ofwar
- 9,743 25
Navy hospital fund
- 20,823 99
Navy pension fund
- 15,462 77^
Privateer pension fund
62 06
Contingent expenses prior to
1824 '
23 30
Contingent expenses for 1824 61 88
Contingent expenses for 1826^ 180 82
Contingent expenses for 1828 - 1,398 81
97,144 98
3,308,745 47
PUBLIC DEBT.

,

Interest on the funded debt
- '
- 2,542,843
Redemption of the 6 per cent, stock of 1814,
(loan of ten .millions) •
-6,251,827
Redemption of the 6 per' cent, stock of 1814 537,895
Redemption of the 6 per cent, stock of 1815,
(loan of $18,450,800) .- 3,049,542
Principal and interest of Treasury notes -'
1,264
Reimbursement of Mississippi stock
450
Paying certain parts of the domestic debt 43

23
59
77
93
27
00
99
12,383,867-78
$25,044,358 40

TREASURY DEPARTMENT,

Registers Office, December 13, 1830.



T . L. SMITH, iJeg-i^^ifen

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S T A T E M E N T exhibiting the sales ofi public lands, moneys paid into the land offices, expenses incident to the sales,
and moneys paid into the Treasury on account thereofi^ during the half year ending the 30th ofi June, 1830.

Lund sold.

-

Land offices.

State or Territory.

Acres, hdths.
Marietta
ZanesviUe
Steubenville _
Chillicothe _Cincinnati _
Wooster
Piqua

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Jeffersonville _
Vincennes
_
Indianapolis _
Crawfordsville
Foft-Wayne «
Sh'awneeiown
Kaskaskia
Edwardsville _
Vandalia
Palestine
_
Springfield _
St. Louis
Franklin
« °
Palmyra
_
Jackson
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Pablic
money.

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Ohiodo.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Indiana
do.
do. .
do.do.
Illinois
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Missouri
do.
do.do.

. _
_

Amount re- Amount re- Amount re- Totalamount Amount of Amount paid
ceived unceived in ceived in for- "received at
incidental into the Treader the crecash.
feited land .the land ofexpenses.
sury.
dit system.
stock.
fices. '.

Dolls. Cis. ' Dolls. Cts.

5,485 76
6,857 19
24,442 67
19,554 13
10,821 81
8,657 45
10,697 78
8,.558 17
15,145 20
12,116.16
10,908 51
8,726 16
1,227 96
982 36
18,501 03
14,800 83
16,195 44
12,958 36
26,147 08
20,917 59
59,386 06
47,509 46
104,391 77- 132,905 08
4,470 84
3,576 68
4,042 78
5,093 49
3,806 04
3,044 84
26,714 22 "33,392 79
17,590 34
14,232 16
32,769 49
40,961 86
51,276 59
41,020 59
15,046 35
18,807 95
28,398 69
22,664 99
43,821 58
35,057 29
4,347 86
3,478 29

75 43

_
_
_
_

7 01
,50 00
.

_
_
_

•

•

156 39

_
_.
- _
_
_
_

•

•

_

»

Dolls. Cis.
6,264
19,890
9,935
8,757
4,750
9,923
1,072
15,497
13,756
25,297
59,049
132,871
4,470
4,712
3,678
33,112
17,434
40,961
51,276
18,201
27,831
43,707
4,347

34
90
36
33
16
50
01
80
60
03
77'
49
84
50^
42,
79
00
86
59
67
44
86
88

Dolls. Cts. _ Dolls. Cts.
592 85
4,627 20
886 45
1,940 45
10,395 04
985 01
155 95
3,003 23
2,445 85
900 05
336- 89
. 33 59
i
380
284
280
' 156

_
. _

99
01
00'
34

606 28
567 25,
113 72

-

^Dolls. Cts.

652 33
6,857 19'
24,518 10
1,240 65
10,821 81
752 69
10,697 78
751 67
15,145 20
- 98982
10,908 51
1,227 29
1,227 96
. 5 5 2 00
18,501 03
873 87
16,202 45
1,182 17
26,197 08
1,282 12
59,386 Q
Q
,1,676 78
132,905 08
3.753 54
4,470 84
624 12
5,093 49
620 31
3,962 43
692 31
33,392 79
1,434 96
17,590 34 «
755 64
40,961 SQ ' 1,537 32
51,276 59
1,678 4518,807 95
936 45
28,398 69
820 28
43,821 58
1,533 65
QQQ. 5 1
4,347 86

Dolls. Cts.

o
6,197-82
19,558 23
6,000 00
8,854 77
6,446-49
8,273 44
300 00
. 13,849 13
10,966 43
' 21,4§5 95
42,742 81
223,863 97
4,602 48
. 4,286 00
- 5,470 00
63,.553 48
21,819 97
61,205 88
50,854 19
16,077 "97
31,435 00
41,875 00
4,500 00

o

00

Lexington
St. Stephen's Cahaba .
Huntsville
Tuscaloosa _ ^
Sparta .
. Was-hington _
Augusta
^ M o u n t Salus _
o New Orleans
r Opelousas . ^ Ouachita
-.
j:^ St. Helena .«
•j Detroit
1 Monroe
COBatesville
. Little Rock _
Tallahasse „
St. Augustine

10,174 87
do.
Alabama
5,939 70
do.
28,110 03
do.
12,986 44
do.
10,753 97
do.
4,600 56
Mississippi . _
2,004 61
do.
74 04
do.
30,874 08
Louisiana
-. 2,959 34
..do.
do.
. 598 86
do.
1,684 70
- Mich. Ter. < 27,380 43
do.
25,567 18
Ark. Ter.
454 08
do.
No sales.
Flor. Ter.
1 31,536 14
do. "
'. 662,003 91

12,718
7,424
35,137
16,232
13,442
-5,750
2,505
^ 92
38,593

62
70
86
91
51
70
78
55
03

_
3,699 17
748
2,105
34,225
31,958
567

57
87
57
90
60

_

44,034 85

- '

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_
.25 53
_
_
_
_
_
.. . —
.
_.
_
_
._
^_
_
_
_.'
-

834,443 63

314 36

12,712
5,933
33,472
13,808
12,754
5,456
2,505
92
38,280

28
20
20
89
27
43
78
55
86

6
1,491
1,-691
2,424
688
294

_
3,699 17

,_
_.
„
^

748
2,105
34,209
31,958
, 567

57
87
57
90
60

- _

38,834 85

793,943 11

34
50
19
02
24
27

«
• -

312 17

_

16 00

_
_

^"I,
5,200 00

-

12,718
7,424
35,163
16,232
13,442
^ 5,750
2,'505
92
38,593
3,699
748
2,105
34,225
31,958
567

62
70
39
91
51
70
78
55
03
'

17
57
87
57
90
60

_

44,034 85

—

40,814 88 .8.34,757 99

•

691 44
845 04
2,888 29
852 59
806 24
646 94
272 93
470 06
1,874 02
500 00
675 95
383 65
1,127 53
1,444 94
1,510 51
1,230 06
1,320 07
2,443 37
500 00
46,718 56

19,105 39
7,028'84
86,170 15
11,000 00
8,440 86
1,850 00
. 67,186 77
16,519
2,800
4,000
.28,167
31,500
1,360

90
00
00
45
00
00

m
%

46,051 50

O
1,005,399 87

The column of " incidental expenses" includes the salaries, commissions, and contingent expenses df the registers' and receivers' offices; also, the
allowances for transporting public moneys, made-in pursuance of the provisions of the act of Congress of 22d May, 1826.
The.receipts mto the Treasury from sales of public lands^for the quarter ending 30th September, 1830, amount to ^288,319 40.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, General Land Office, November 24, 1830.




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S T A T E M E N T ofi moneys received into the Treasury, firorn all sources
otker ,tkan customs and puhlic lands, firom tke 1st January to 30tii
September, 1830.
'
\
- "
From dividends on stock in the Bank of the United
States \.
. •
.
$490,000
Arrears of direct tax
.- - f 14,872 80
Arrears of internal revenue
• -' 7,106 69
, Fees on letters patent
- . . . 12,420:00'
Cents coined at the mint ^- \
- 12,945 2 6 ' .
Fines, penalties, and forfeitures
330 21 '.
Surplus'emoluments of officers of the customs
- 11,096 18
Postage of letters 5 00
Proceeds of the schooner Merino and cargo,
'•
condemned under the acts prohibiting
the slave trade - -. ... 1,759 00 .
An unknown person, stated to be due to the
'
United Slates - ^ - • 2,000 00
Moneys previously advanced on account of ,
^
ascertaining land titles in Louisiana
700 00
^
Moneys previously advanced on account
of military pensions
353 24
Moneys previously advanced on account of
the first article of the treaty of Ghent 98 49
^ Balances of advances made in the War Department, repaid under the third section
of the act of May 1, 1820
- 20,489 91
. 84,176

00

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$574,176-78
TREASURY

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Registers Office, December 13, 1830.
T. L. SMITH, Register.

S T A T E M E N T ofi tke expenditures ofi the United States, firom thelst
ofi January to the 30th ofi Septemher, 1830.

'

CIVIL, MISCELLANEOUS, AND F O R E I G N INTERCOURSE,

Legislature - .
Executive Departments
Officers of themint Surveyors and their clerks
Commissioner of the Public



.
Buildings

-$525,571
- 412,332
.
7,200
- 13,613
1,500

16
70
00
65
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Governments in the Territories of the United
States
.
.
- $45,212 3 8 '
183,738 93Judiciary ' 1,189,168 82
1,500 00
Annuities and grants
29,350 00
Mint establishment 35,000 00
Extending the mint establishmeut
Unclaimed merchandise
266 47
Light house establishment • - 185,756 87
Surveys of public lands
- 51,448'72
1,125 00
Registers and receivers of land offices
Preservation of the public archives in Florida ^ . 830 59
2,598 26
Land claims in Florida Territory
9,503 73
Roads" within the State of Ohio
Roads and canals within the State of Indiana: 14,226 83
Marine hospital establishment
55,378 37
7,000 00
Penitentiary for the District of Columbia
Payment of balances to collectors of new in•357 OS
ternalrevenue
,*
Stock in the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal
Company - • .- 225,000 00
14,440 54
Bailding custom houses and warehouses
30,000\00
Fifth census of the United States
Repairing abstracts of all former census ofthe
United States
.
, 2,000 00
Revolutionary claims, per act of 15th May,
1828
. '- 225,160 53
Miscellaneous expenses .
215,199 27
1,106,142 26
117,637 68
Diplomatic department
Contingent expenses of foreign intercourse - 11,432 73
Agency in relation to the northeastern boun5,757-17
dary
* Reliefand protection of American seamen - 12,733 82
Treaties with the Mediterranean powers
18,000 00
165,561 40
2,460,872 48
MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT.

Pay and subsistence . Subsistence -.
(Quartermaster's department Forage
v
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Clothing or purchasing department
Bounties and premiums
Gratuities
Expenses of recruiting
Medical and hospital department,
Contingencies
Arrearages 


.
-

786,856
177,586
302,665
45,157
103,531
23,150
120
6,466
- 16,855
4,624
7,962

53
87
97
IS
75
51
01)
93
03
59
36

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Invalid and half-pay pensions
-$270,296 28
Pensions to widov^^s and orjphans
-'
3.741 86
,
Revolutionary pensions
-1,067,765 23
Pensions per act of 20th May, 1830 - 18,295 65
^
Printing, binding, and distributing Infantry
Tactics, &c.
- 14,235 00
Purchase of lithographic press, &c. for the
War Department - .
600 00
Military Academy at West Point
- 84,291 64
Armories
-.
- 282,195 87 .
Purchase of 4and near Springfield armory 2,200 00
National armory at Harper's Ferry 9,300 00.
Arsenals
••
- - - 44,532 99
Arsenal at Springfield
. - 13^000" 00
Purchase of land for arsenal at Watertown,
Massachusetts
1
450 '00
Arsenal at Mount Vernon, Alabama - 26,728 00
Ordnance
- 50,595 31
Armament of fortifications - 114,772 43
Arming and equipping militia
- 135,446 11
Repairs and contingencies of fortifications . - 13,164 85
Fort Adams •• .
,- 73,322 94
^ Fort Hamilton
- ^ - 65,250 00
Port Delaware
- '
.
3^000 00
'
Security of Pea Patch island, &c., at Fort De.
laware
- 25,000 00 .
Fort Monroe
. .' - ' 82,750 00
Fort Calhoun
•>
- 92,000 00
Fort Macon 53,625 00 :
Fort Jackson
. - 70,000 00
Fort at Oak island - ,
- .
. 64,490 58
Fort at Mobile Point - ' , 67,750 00
Purchase of a site for a fort at Cockspur island,
^ Georgia .
.
.
.
5^000 00
Repairs and preservation of Fort Lafayette - 10,600 00
Fortifications at Charleston, South Carolina
25,859 00
Fortifications at Savannah, Georgia - 33,870 00
Fortifications at Pensacola - 144,000 00
Construction of a wharf at Fort Delaware
2,000 00
Payment for land for barracks at Houlton,
Maine
.
629 21
Barracks at Fort Trumbull, New London,
Connecticut
-^
.
6,100 00
Barracks at Fort Severn, Annapohs, Maryland
4,000> 00
Barracks at Fort Winnebago, N. W. T.
500 00
Barracks at Fort Crawford, Prairie du Chien 4,000 00
Barracks at Fort Gratiot
- ,
.
.
-5,000 00
Barracks at Fortress Monroe - . 5,000 00
Jefierson barracks, Missouri 5,000 00
Erection^of a breakwater near the mouth of
Delaware bay
-,
- 234,000 00




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Building piers mouth of Oswego river. New
York
• -'
Building piers mouth of Bufialo creek
- Building piers at Allen's,Rocks, Warren river
Building piers mouth of La Plaisance bay,
Michigan , Building piers and other works at Stonington,
Connecticut
Building piers, harbor of Dunkirk, New York
Extending piers, harbor of Black Rock, N . Y .
Preservation of islands in Boston Harbor . Preservation of Provincetown harbor, Mass. Preservation of Plymouth beach, Mass.
-.
Deepening the harbor of Sackett's Harbor,
- NewYork
.. Deepening the harbor of' Mobile harbor,
Alabama -.
Deepening the channel through the Pass au
Heron
-"
Deepening the channel between St. John's and
St. Mary's harbor ^
Deepening the channel at the mouth of Pascagoula river
- •
.Improving the navigation of the Ohio and
Mississippi rivers - •
- Improving the navigation of the Red river,
Arkansas -j /
-'
Improving the navigation of the Mill river,
Connecticut
Improving the navigation of the Genesae
river,, New York - ' ',Improving the navigation of the Cape Fear
river, North Carohna
Improving the navigation of the Conneaut
creek, Ohio ,
:- . Improving the harbor of Hyannis, Mass.
Improving the harbor of New Castle, Marcus
Hook, (fcc.
-- ,
Improving the harbor of Cleaveland, Ohio Removing obstructions, Kennebunk river,
Maine
- '
Removing obstructions, Berwick branch of
Piscataqua river, New Hampshire Removing obstructions, Merrimack river, Massachusetts Removing obstructions, Nantucket harbor,
Massachusetts
-- . - , Removing obstructions. Big Sodus bay, New
York '
. ,-.
. ,
Removing obstructions. Grand river, Ohio
Removing obstructions, Huron river, Ohio
Removing^ obstructions, Black river, Ohio ,



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$7,059 97
15,488 00 .
30 18
.^
U S 05
4,000
1,342
3,198
20,100
2,300
.1,850

00
75
00
00
00
00

^

800 00
1,600 00 \
2,000 00
2,998 75
1,000 ,00
36j323 65
10,664^00
2,156 00,
11,000 00

'^

.12,500 00
6,610 00
6,517 82
6,600 00
4,100 00

/

^,500 00
1,930 00^
'3,000 00 .
10,100 00
13,180
5.,563
1,880
8,040

00
18 ,
36
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REPORTS OF T H E

Removing obstructions, Ashtabula creek, Ohio
Removing obstructions, Oeracock inlet. North
Carolina - '
Removing obstructions, Appalachicola river,
Florida
.
Removing obstructions, river and harbor of
St. Mark's, Florida '"
-' • Surveys and estimates of roads and canals
Cumberland road, east of Zanesville Cumberland road in Ohio, west of Zanesville
Cumberland road, in Indiana
' Cumberland road, in Illinois Road from Mattanawcook to Mars Hill, Maine
Road from Detroit -to Fort Gratiot Road from Detroit to Saginaw bay Road from Detroit to Chicago
. Road from Pensacola to St. Augustine.
Road between Alachua court-house and Jacksonville ^ '
- • - ' . Florida canal
- =
/Reliefof the mayor and city council of Baltimore
Relief of the president, directors, and, company of the Bank of Chillicothe -^
Relief of the church wardens of Elizabeth City
parish, Yirginia
. Relief of sundry citizens of Arkansas '
Relief of sundry individuals .
Relief of officers and others engaged in the
Seminole campaign
Ransom of American captives in the last war
Payment of claims-for property lost Payment to the State. of Pennsylvania, for
militia services in 1794
Civihzation of Indians
Pay of Indian, agents " Pay of sub Indian agents
••
Presents to Indians -,
Contingencies of Indian department - ^
Suppression of Indian aggressions on the
frontiers of Georgia and Florida Choctaw schools
. To aid the emigration of Creek Indians
Expenses of an exploring delegation To extinguish the claims of Cherokee Indians
to lands in Georgia
- ,'
To extinguish the title of Peter Lynch to lands
in Georgia .
.
To provide for an exchange of lands and the
removal of Indians Efiecting Indian treaties, per act 20th Ma;y,
, 1826
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[1830.
$1,428 57
16,800 00
2,000 00
5,000 00
28,458. 81
64,976- 82
68,000 00
22.400 00
2,000 00
26,702 42
6,850 00
1,850 00
3,750 00
5,369 72
1,000 00
493 99
14,844 71
2,362 85
130 50
6,756 00
32,879 81
6 00
97 33
18 86
13,795 54
6,603 00
21,568 77
16,281 58
14.438 56
72,755 02
1.519 45
3,383 75
28,110 44
304 76
627 5 0
.
3,000 00
6,000 00
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119

Effecting a treaty with the Creek Indians, per ,
act 22d May, 1826 - $22,801 72
Effecting certain Indian treaties, per act 24th
May, 1828-• ' . 14,404 29
Effecting certain Indian treaties, per act 2d
March, 1829
"- 45,057 02
Effecting certain Indian treaties, per act 25th
March, 1830 ' - • . , , - • 80,236 44 Effecting the treaty of Butte des Morts,- per act
•20th May, 1830 -,
22,682 10 '
Expenses of holding'certain Indian treaties,
peractof7th April, 1 8 3 0 ^ •
12,889 75
Annuities to Indians - 203,717 37
5,759,4,38 09
From which deduct the fiollowing repaym^enis:
Road from Fort Smith to Fort
Towson
35 00
Opening Old. King's road, Florida 2,259 70
Expenses of a brigade of militia 10,191 39
Georgia militia claims
.13,257 74
99 12
Fortifications
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Fort Rigolets atid Clief Menteur
88
25 82
Barracks at Michillimackinac
Survey of the southern shore of
Lake Ontario, Nevv York
• 9 47
Survey of Genesee river and harbor. New York
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Survey of the mouth of Sandy
' creek. New York
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Surveyofthe passes at the moiith . *
of the Mississippi . 88 60
Pay of the Ilhhois and other mi-'
litia - . - ^ - 1,886 47
Running the Indian boundary hne .
in Florida
- , '135 49
Purchase of Creek and Cherokee
reservations to lands in Georgia,
. per act of 3d March, 1823 - - 2,100 00
Treaties with Indians beyond the
Mississippi
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55 38
30,461 57
-5,728,976 62
NAVAL ESTABLISHMENT,

Pay and subsistence of the navy "^afloat
Pay and subsistence of the navy, shore stations Pay of superintendents, naval constructors, &c.'
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50,417
50,266
255,028

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Medicines, surgical instruments, andvhospital
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Repairs and improveitients of navy yards
- 51,437 88
Timber sheds, Portsmouth
- 5,418 00
Timber sheds, Boston . .. 16,219 14
Timber sheds, New York
. 793^26^
Timber sheds, Washington
- 5,554 00,'
Timber docks at Norfolk, W^ashington, and
Boston
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Repairing ancl enlarging wharves at Washington
and Norfolk - .
- 4,64Q;,37
Repairs; of storehouses at Washington, and twp ^
building-ways at Norfolk ; .-. . 3,240 00
•Ordnance and ordnance stores - - ' -. 12,950 11
Gradual increase of the navy - r
- 13,488 36 '
Gradual improvement of the nayy
- 340,559 51
Building ten sloops of war
- 17,945 78
Repairs of vessels in ordinary •• 421,246 41
Covering and preserving ships in ordinary
- 10,459 26
Agency .on the coast of Africa .
- P - 4,085 23
Reimbursement of the marshakof Florida in re'
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Relief of sundry individuals - 2,123 44
Navy hospital fund
- 17,222 94
Navy pension fund
- 13,345.98
Arrearages prior to 1828
. - 1,991 30
Contirigent expenses for 1824 ^- ^
. - . 279 89 Contingent expenses for 1825 -.
. 26 28
Contingent^ expenses, not enurnisrated, for 1828
1,411 49
Contingentexpenses for 1.829'-. : / - 18,658 53
Contingent expenses, not enumerated, for 1829
1,839.40'
Contingent expenses for 1830 -'
: -171,266 28
Contingent expenses^ notenumerated, for 1830 1,236 00 •
Building five schooners
, \ 58 33
Relief of the widows and orphans of the officers,
&c. of the sloop of war Hornet
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Pay and subsistence of the marine corps ^ ,
- 101,252 58
Subsistence of 400 non-commissioned officers,-.
&c. of marine corps - 6,900 00
Extra emolument of officers of marine corps - 15,3.84 32
Clothing for the marine corps - 36,124 40
Medicines and hospital stores for marine corps 1,939 00
Military stores for rnarine corps
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Fuel for marine corps - 7,535 6 8
Contingent expenses for marine corps ^6,964 42
Repairs of the officers' quarters at the marine
barracks, Washington
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2,691,651 98
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Laborers, and fuel for engine
- 6,509
Survey of the harbors of Savannah,
Brunswick, fcc. 98
Privateer pension fund
- 1,923
Arrearages prior to^l827 Gontingent expenses prior to 1824 165
Contingent expenses for 1826
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Contingent expenses for 1827 . >
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Contingent expenses, not enumerated, for 1827.. r.-. . 8
Contingent expenses for 1828
- 26,406
Rewarding offieers and crew of the
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Interest oh the funded debt „'"1,499,199
Redemption of the 6,per cent.' slock of 1815 6,440,556
Redemption of the 5 per cent, stock of 1817- 2,000,000
Reimbursement of Mississippi stock- , - - 600
Paying certain parts of domestic debt 225
Reimbursement of Treasury notes
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Redemption of 6 per cent, stock of 1813, (loan .
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9,939,630 09
20,780,936 84
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the dates ofi tke acts under:lokich the several stocks were constituted, and the periods at wkick they are redeemahle. '.
Date of the acts
constituting the
several stocks.

STOCKS.

Three per cent, stock, (Revolutionary debt)
Fiveper cent, stock, (subscription to BankU. S.)
Five per cent, stock
, .
Five per cent, stock.
- . Five per cent, stock, (exchanged)

August 4,
April 10,
May 15,
March 3,
April 20,

Four and a half per cent, stock •
Four and a half per cent, stock
Four and a half per cent, stock, (exchanged)

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At the pleasure of Government
At the pleasure of Government ' After the 1st day of January, 1832 After the 1st day of January, 1835' One third after the 3'lst day of Dec, 1830
One third after the Slst day of-Dec, 1831
One third after the-31st day of Dec, 1832

May
May
May

Four and a half per cent, stock, (exchanged)

1790
1816
1820
1821
1822

'When i:edeemable.

^13,296,397 57
$4,000,000 00
999,999 13
4,735,296 30

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56,704 77
9,792,000 20
5,000,000 00
5,000,000 00

24, 1824 After the 1st day ofJanuary, 1832 26, 1824 After the 31st day of December> 1831
26, 1824 One half after the 31sf day of-Dec. 1832
One haJf after the 31st day of Dec. 1833
March 3, 1825 One half after the 31st day of Dec, 1828
One half after the 31st day of Dec, 1829.

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1,539,336 16
15,994,064 11
139,082,461 88

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148 12

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Deduct payments, viz.—The residue of the six per cent, stock
Five per cent, stock, part of the subscription to the Bank ofthe United States

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3,000,000 C
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9,440,556 17
^39,082,-461 88

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January, 1831.
Registered debt, being claims registered prior to
the year 1798, for services and supplies during
the revolutionary war
Treasury notes, viz.—Notes bearing interest
Small notes

128,547 71
5,060 00
2,117 00
7177 00

Mississippi stock—amount outstanding, including
awards not applied for
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$40,729 80

Amount of unfunded debt, 1st January, 1830
Deduct registered .yebt, issued in 3 per cent stock
Deduct registered debt, paid in money

$42,536 57

US 12
225 65

373 77
, 833 00
600 00

Treasury notes, paid dG
jf
Mississippi stock, paid off

1 806 77
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Furs, of all
kinds.

Hides and
skins, raw;

Plaster of
Paris.

Specimens of Models of inbotany, natural vention and
history.
machinery.

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1821'
SOth September,
1822
SOth September,
1823
9 months to SOth June,!824
S months to 30th Sept., 1824
SOth September,
1825
SOth September,
1826
SOth September,
1827
SOth September,
1828
SOth September,
1829

224,192
296,339
273,088
242,900
80,680
347,163
338,955
347,347
488,536
334,003

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892,530.
2,041,463
2,084.082
1,642,320
499,848
2,221,868
2;825,526
1,480,349
1,804,202
2,252,609

141.369
120,543
42,914
35,369
23.602
103,874
132,642
76,829
61,691
64,682

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15,159
10,212
15,171
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92,825
563
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1441,355
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212,194
892,871
479,624
198,491
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216,102
393,445
398,572
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2,721
1,600
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1821
SOth September,
1822
SOth September,
1823
9 months tp SOth June,1824
3 mbnths to SOthSept, 1824
2,495
SOth September,
1825 22,998
SOth September,
1826 125,230
3Jth September,
1827
28,065
SOth September,
1828 ' 47,163
SOth September,
1829
20,356

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56,925
103,513
130,443
50,977
84,117

32,566
34,697
534

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8,397
2,624
4,471
9,312

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598.384
.548',006
345,029 .
97,421
143,764.
686,940
160,778
687,416
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438,382
400,560
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55.590
72,926
35,928
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Felt, patent,
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91,049
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368,827
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562,546
1,019,399
738,570
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7,980,000
2,958,402
4,867,125
6,242,449
1,771,040
5,252,661
5,740,139
6,618,077
6,216,458
5,749,839

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493,627
522,250
358,833
'48,337
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2,570

10,082,313
7,298,708
9,048,288
9,608,744
2,955,029
10,947,510
12,567,769
11,855,104
12,379,176
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Flannels and
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Blankets.

Exceeding Not exceeding
33^ cents per 33j cents per
square yard. square yard.

Hosiery,
Worsted stulT All other
gloves, mits,
manufac- ,
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SOth September,
1822
30th September,
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3 months to 30 Sept., 1824
SOth September,
1825
SOth September,
1826
SOth September,
1827
SOth September,
1828
SOth September,
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5,122;977
4,433,870
4,047,233
4,162,098
3,335,994

5,038,255
8,491,935
5,844,086
3,481,100
156,850
39,002 •
141,585 1,065,609
112,844
586,823
•238,180
.587,250
153,616
521,177
95,034

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434,256
991,147
604,896
396,381
129,642
891,197
537,784
703,477
624,239
455,467

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55,868
369,747
189,993
376,927
365.339
230^986

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7,238,954
1,766,443
11,752,595
2,269,513
7,953,451
1,504,469
5,471,590
1,594,109
564,571
144^273 2,615,263
2,277,486 1,008,272 10,876,873
1,143,166 892,346 7,886,8261,382,875 895,573 8,231,515
1,446,146 678,399 7,951,014
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Hosifery, gloves,
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Nankeens.

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SOth September,
SOth September,
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1822
1823
1824
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829

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5,856.763
, 4,899,499
4,609,236
1,166,974
7,709,830
5.056,725
5',316,546
6,133,844
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2,951,627
2,636,813
1,925,162
429,378
3,326,208
2,260,024
2,584,994
2,451,316
2,242,805

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397,586
866,618
629,211
523,821
125,603
545,915
404,870
439.773
640,360
586,997

151,138
181,843
103,259
115,036
25,033
201,549
175,143
263,772
344,040
173,120

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361,978
823,365
600,700
66,504
122,129
350.243
304,988
256,221
388,231542,179

*

7,788,514
10,680,216
8.869.482
7,239,759
48,791
1,917,908
375,771 . 12,509,516
146,292
8,348,034
454,847
9.316,153
1,038,439 10,996,230'
412,838
8,362,017

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MANUFACTURES OF SILK.

VESTINGS AND PLAIDS.'

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From India.

Piece goods.

Frorii other places.

Other.

Piece goods.

Other.

Linens,
Checks
Of wool, or Of cotton,
wool and or cotton bleached and
and
cotton, or and silk. unbleached. stripes.
silk.

All other..

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SOth-September,
SOth September,
9 mos. to 30 June,
3 mos. to 30 Sept.,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,




1821
1822
1823
1824
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829

*

79l),756
3,500,884
2',839,694
1,483,238
.2,726,127
1,809,391

22,415
193.823
400;i73
63,019
103,627
203,693

4,486,924
6,840,928
6,713.771
5,027,056
1,24~1,882
121,225
3,253,318. 3,323,502
.2,480,90'2 2,384,068
2,960.201 2,038,787
2,840,-871 1,937,989
3,015,405 2,020,139

*

47^518.
625,204
225,450
123,525
162,084
233,028

" Not designated until after SOth June, 1824.

400
90,46825,461
85,832
53,326
18,423

2,5,64,159
4,132,747
3,803,007
3,046,^20
802,569
3,645,125
2,720,565
2,360,880'
2,471,352
2,480,181

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30,564
36.515
65,235
43,336
101,720

16,006
212,098
229,946
230,671
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MANUFACTURES OF HEMP.

.MANUFACTURES OF IRON3 AND IRON AND STEEL.

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Sail .duck.
•

Ticklenburgs, Osnaburgs,
and Burlaps.

Cutting
knives,
scythes, and
sickles.
ceptrifles
reaping
and mushooks, &c.kets.

Other man- Side arms
ufactures oi. and fire

Russia sheetings.

Brown.

V/hite.

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SOth September,
SOth September,
30th September,
9 mos., to 30 Jnne
3 mos., to 30 Sept.
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,

1821
1822
1823
1824
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829

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677,151
856,474'
766,310
678,483
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37,338
381,063
411,667
353,826
604.674
531,709

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180,361
373,358
-462,528
292,698
306,833
230,569

Screws
weigh ino
24 lbs..
or upwards.

Wood
screws.

Other articles, not
specified.

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Dollars..

*
226,174
_
332,842
_.
472,826
_
491,003
2,371 60,618
32,381 • 33,408
8,177
48:909
43,426 60,293
45,650 43,052
17,296 52,505

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134,881
111,207
105,175
106,-887
132,224-

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5,206
80,621
160 67,316
•81,457 . 958 86,285
105,329
81 112,790
119,849 2,598 87,100
77,262 2,640 61,967

1,630,129
2,767,757
2,568,842
1,886,135
600,029
3,029,510
2,551,336
3.202,058
3;243.548
2,826,537

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Brass.

Pewter and Wood,includ- Leather, in- Ready
lead, ex- ing • cabinet cluding sad- made
cept shot.
. dies, bridles, clothing.
v/ares.
and harness.

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- . _
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20.343
240,001
224,996
161,360
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1822
352,542 , 18,151 j
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160,935
SOth September,
430.527
1823
259,214
16,372 - • _
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SOth September,
276,552
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57,112
2®0,26e
8,645
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9 months to SOth June 1824
106,900
834
6,671
_
1 62,563
3 months to SOth Sep. , 1824
701
,9,466
2,862
32,723
1825
477,420
11,413
_,
218,005
12,245
26,916
37,526 i 75,474
629,772
30th September,
150,088
30th September,
1826 !. 3,592
23,152
332,561
8,732 34;841 [ 125,750 410,745
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92,591
•1827
3,567 - 138,018 . 429,834
23,344 20,251
98.316
444,466
SOth September,
1828
6,099
18,514
468,408
15,629
30,957
101^048 492,1)74 28,844 • 188,384
SOth September,
1829
316,331
11,101 24,680
120,881
144,283
SOth September,^
4,175
43,010
543,630 79,136
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1821 34,851
SOth September,
1822 57,345 1,107,264
SOth September,
1823 48,289 1,095,126
SOth September,
689,876
9 months to 30th June, 1824 ' 19,540
166.450
3 months to SOth Sep.,1824
13,003
SOth Sept.ember, '• 1825 75.064 1,011,826
SOth September. . .1826 98,539 . 1,239,050
30th September,
1827 - 89,290 1,091,757
SOth September,
1828 68,358 1,485,652
SOth September,
1829 97,927 1,239,817




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154.026
263,667
• 226,839
- 8,642
56,573
220,498
196,859
256,107 - 155,646
263,575
98,475
407,239
85,838
346,457
69,811 •
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71,992
34,219
40,091
32,673
52,953

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7,748
170,897 272,498
111,739 151,034
144,890 81.792
187,127 32,847
116,632 69,938

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657,927
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MANUFiiCTURES

of

H A T S , CAPS, A N D B O N N E T S .

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Brushes, of all
kinds.

Guicksilver. Hair cloth, and Bolting cloths. Oil c^oth, and oil
cloih carpetinghair seating.
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of every description. .
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er, and silk.
flats, braids, &c.

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1821
30th September,
1822
30th September,
1823
9 months to SOth June. 1824
3 months to 30th Sept., 1824
30th September, , 1825
SOth September,
1826
33th Sept.ember,
1827
30th September,
1828
SOth September,
1829




Dollars.

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202
10,092
11,512
5,595
4,652
5,634

107.799
182.910
173,195
249,01] .
210,608

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1,273
46,966
11,588
21,220
21,538
11,305

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20,12(3
30,576
3L540
29.417
• 42,274

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. 2,191
24.760
51,801
30,309
35,259
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67,693 ,
555,189
338,634
321,016
, 383,836
513,881

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352,196
723,412
813,394
501,201
3,481
32,530
21,104
19,412
. 26,659
30,563

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UNMANUFACTURED ARTICLES.

WOOL.

YEARS ENDING

Copper bot- Brass in
toms, and cop- plates or
slieets.
per in plates or
sheets not suited
to the sheathing
of ships.

Tin in plates
or sheets.

Raw silk-

Above 10 cts.. Not exceeding
10 cents per
per pound.
~ poand.

Opium.
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30th September,.
1821
30th September,
1822
SOth September,
' 1823
9 months to SOth June, 1824
3 months to SOth Sept.,1824
SOth September,
1825
SOth September, •
1826
SOth September,
1827
SOth September,
1828
SOth September,
• 1829

62,983
64,632
41,146
20,709
2,811
40,962
33,597
30,946
• 22,386
li;425

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284
9,966
16,942
21,869
21,424
17,416

149,380
219,186 :
386,540
254,222
95,841
305,793.
276,698
436,873
608,738
320,326

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4,673
1,254
_
8,090
192,496
135,230
48,609
101,796

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182,099
515,926'
343,021
233,739
401,075

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340,956
171,345
1,590
53,550
106,704
174,788
90,870

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6,197,428
6,336,784
4,142,300

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163,530
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15 per cent.

2# per cent. 25percent.

30 per cent. • 33ipr 35 per 45 per 50 per
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1821
SOth September,
1.822
SOth September,
1823 '
9 months to SOth June,1824
3 months to SOth Sept.,'lS24 ) 112^637
SOth September,
'l825 1,558,132
SOth September,
1826
990,976
SOth September,
1827 1,039,099
SOth September,.
1828 • 912,458
SOth September,
1829
777,856




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739;594
3,045,456
2.630.679
2,021.432
2.147,890
2,134,731

^Not designated until.after SOth June, 1.824,

45,854 739,720
187,661 ,613.544
102,296 325; 138
87,704 177,688
90,782 151,937
74,116 110.292

137,865
1,003,309
664,771
436,928
503,619
409,201 36^2

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46,361,215
40,621,552
, 29,810,556
11,440,277
55.923;959
42,713,330
41,956,121
45,845,761
167 Ii0'b9 37,846.298

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Manufactures of wool not exceeding 33^ cents per square
yard.

Patent printed or stained
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Value.

Gtuantity.

Value.

Gtuantity..

'Value.

Gtuantit5^

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SOth September,
30th September,
SOth September,
9 months to 30 June,
3 months to 30 Sept.,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth Septeaiber,
SOth September,




1821
1822
1823
1824
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829

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Square yards..

D.ollars.

Square yards.

Dollars.

Square yards.

Dollars..

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1,062,643

146,545
288,174

8,272
22,949

4,481
18,556

2,607
2,873

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765
1,399

40,897
•18,151

8,782
6,273
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Floor mattings,offlags|
or other materials;

YEARS ENDING
Quantity.

Value.

Brussels.

Turkey.

Wilton.

Venetian.

IngraCin.

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1821
SOth September,
1822
SOth September,
1823
9 months to 30th June, 1824
3 months to SOth Sept., 1824
SOth September,
1825
30th September,
1826
SOth September,
1827
SOth September,
1828
SOth September,
1829

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71,671

177
9,513

8,219
21,080
80,195
1,135
4,370
7,656
62,211 ~ 1,334
47,413,
4,281 • 9,056
55,777
1,958
2,899.
888
13,204
50,478

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81,508
115,462
96,130
78,085
79,873
93,844

11,831
386,916
505,322
552,786
683,487
247,649

358'
3,091
5,570
14,528
5,179
26,678

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515,391
545,148
511,186'
581,946
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DUCK.

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Gtuantity.

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Russia.

Ravens.

Holland.

Brown.

White.

Value of duck
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Dollars.

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SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
9 months to 30 June,
3 months to SO Sept.,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
30th September,
SOth September,

1821
1822
1823
1824
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829

2.1,145
52,440
27.255 .
22,917
893^775
18^491
4,470,775 ^ 637.023
2,204,822
274,973
3,346,427
366.913
3,667,121
4ff8,626 11,515,584
2,729,835
274,073 n,114,133
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42,376
38,363
28,658 ,

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1,144
1,618
1,944
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36,823
44,362
28,643
19,612 •

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2,154
451
616

894,276
1,524,486
1,024,180
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3,931
23,294
120,499
SOth September,
1822
116,752
5,588 39,736
SOth September,
1823
8,165
30.639
138,067
9 months to 30 June, 1824
68,772
2,576 13,004
3 months to 30 Sept., 1824
46,911
1,073
3,703
SOth September,
1825
148,376
10,047 48,215
SOth September,
1826
147,629 . 18,045 50,978
SOth September,
' 1827
121,738
17,968 .16.243
SOth September,
1828 i • 128,366 25,743 42,594
SOth September,
1829
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300,809
•473.902
124,101
63,606
55,038
314,322
277,408
259,151
174,093
352,350

Dollars.

424,956
446.461
284,622
87,053
6,858
185,899
168,756
218,479
•246,937
61,467

99,155'
58,984
73,880
53,414
156,177
472.003
173,586
163,207
127,.581.
356,332

" 2,242,498
1,926,793
2,015,770
1,097,132
46,041
1,981,666
2,599,664
2,578,717
2,169,297
1,931,485

1,873,464
• 1,864.627
1,291,542
650,218
400,680
1,826,263
1,781,188
1,621,035
1,507,533
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From other mateiials.
Ciuantity.

Ciuantity.

Value.

Ciuantity.

Value.

Quantity.

Value

Value.

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Gallons. .

SOth September,
1821
SOth September,
1822
SOth September,
1823
9 months to SOth J une, 1824
Smonths to SOth Sept., 1824
SOth September,
1825
30th Septemiber,
1826
SOth September,
1827
SOth September,
1828
SOth September,
1829




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Gallons.

Dollars.

Gallons.

Dollars

" 492.176
796^807
309,687
602,279
146,250
1.258,834
535,226
550,565
1,116,492
700.535

203,858
285,121
135,292
226,331
56,196
484,674
222,954
250,282
502,974
319,123

3,165,974
4,292',182
3,636,537
3,414,395
1,414,850
3,832,336
3,182.926
2,986^861'
3,986,107
2,723,349

1,600.940
2,165,1-40
1,656,127
1,334,861
525,232
1,650,536
1,364,758
1,401,154
1,828,682
1,128,791

9,0.86,982
11,990,569
13,019,328
10,238,497
2,879,227
12,535,062
13.843,045
13,376,502
13,393,65110,150,224

1,719,227
2,398,355
2,634,222
1,894,294.
519,349
2,547,715
2,838,728
2,818,982
2,788.471
1,484,104

» Gallons.

Dollars.

72,413 - 59,950
118,591 96,906
115,132 94,637
64,909 62;309
16,119
15,506
63,295 59,139
68,984 62,213
94,686 79,590
85,086 79,070
77,414 71,238

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Foreign fishing.
Olive in casks.

Castor.

Linseed.

Rapeseed.

Hempseed.

Value.

Whale and
other fish.

Spermaceti.

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Dollars.

-30th September,
1821
SOth September,
1822
SOth September,
1823
9 months to SOth Jnne, 1824
3 months to SOthSept., 1824
SOth September,
1825
SOth September,
1826
SCth September, . 1827
SOth September,
1828^
SOth September, . 1829




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1,735
25,059^

1,194
2,231

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639
147
200
194
238

1,426
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4,009
1,372

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49,530
. 54,778
10,793
43.855
30,300
108,104
79,404
32,846
255,272
95,809

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73
369
689,

17^136
79,367
90,459
111.871
• 32.390
131,528

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109
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9,398
18,123
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49,380
17,832
,26,804
26,114
103,639
89.715
68,646
140,827
109,782
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Dollars.

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21,101
29.812
47,391
26.983
55,320

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Dollars.

'•.
SOth September,
1821
SOth Septem.her,
1822
SOth September,
1823
, 9 months to SOth June? 1824
Smonths to SOthSept ,1824
- SOth September,
1825
'30th September,
1826
30th September,
1827
SOth .September,
1828
SOlh September,
1829

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498,570
668,384
_
336,668
163,166
195
338,610
5,353
6,934
236,682
61,345
9„673 1
90,065
5,135
10,144 L 54,868
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1,185,342 1,706,837
1,170,453 2,143,508
2,134,137 2,160;935
1.120,543 1,619,934
1,138,870
779,853
1,762,250 . 3,425,757
1,965,719 2,570,004
1,357,295 1,225,984
1,657.413. , 1,860,513
1.325,714 1,778,224

* Subject to duties ad valorern mntil SOth June, 1824,

1,639,914
2,367,613
2,770,787
2,711,153
- 608,486
4,041,818
4,704,371
2,788,380
3,459,749
2,977,751

251,600
459,290
475,767
261,378
180,436
64.1,113
632,124
442,634
639,687
500,233

1,322,636
1,860,777
,2,361,245
1,933,587
852,725
3,728,935
3.752,281
1,714,882
2,451,197
2,060,457

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COFFEE.

CHOCOLATE.,

YEARS ENDING
Ciuantity,

•

Value.

• •

Quantity.

Value.

Ciuantity.

Value.

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Dollars.

Founds.
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SOth September,
1821
SOth September,
1822
SOth September,
1823
9 months to 30th June, 1824
3 months to 30th Sept., 1824
30th September,
1825
30th September,
1826
SOth September,
1827
SOth September,
- 1828
~30th September,
1829




Pounds.

Dollars.

Dollars.

Pounds.

21,273,659
4,489,970
25,782,390
5,552,649
. 37,337,732
7,098,119
20.901,761
4,299,903
9,322,535
1,137,126
45,190,630 • 5,250,828
37,319,497
4,159,558
50,051,986
4,464,391
55,194,697
5,192,338
51,133,538 • . 4,588,585- ^

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1,350.011
2,102,913
1,759,191
1,056.638
3,089.576
3,703,415
4,081,875
5,331.702
3,604,450

231,174
245,432
349,233
-295,966
170,824.
511,-554
481,652
406,549
368,317
256,074

1,326
1,251
1.614
7;814199
1,942
2,159
2,302
2,444
3,628 ,

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469
646
750
87
726
733
819
762
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Brown, &c.

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Value.

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Value.

' Cluantityi

(Quantity.

Value.

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Other refined.

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Value.

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Dollats.

Dollars.

Pounds.

Pounds.'

Dollars.

2,866
5,016
2,260
662
505
• 854
1.334
608
380
802

313
574
342
92
71
122
222
96
47
141

Pounds.

Dollars.
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30th September, .
1821
53,145,654
SOth September,
1822
77,470.813
SOth Septemher,
, 1823
53,788,724
9 monthsto SOth June, 1824 1 57,198,256
3 months to SOth Sept., 1824 -22,935.173
SOth September,
1825 ' 64,480,041
SOth September,
1826
76,019,015
SOth September,
1827 ' 70,108,937
SOth September,
^ 1828
51,686,955
SOth September,
1829 • 58,597,574




1,30M90
3,637,240
4,573,707 1
4,064,326
3,081,004
3.218,526 !

6,367,181
10,834,857
7,000,486
9,941,883
4,304,502
7,291,438
8,883,940
6,592,692
5,249,006
4.709,720

*3,553,582
*5,034,429 "
*3,258,689
*3,600,771
260,539
595,290
737,924 •
513,035
465,732 ..
403,880 1

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Currants. .

Prunes and ,
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SOth September,
1822
SOth September,
1823
9 months to SOth June, 1824
3 iTionths to SOth Sept., 1824
30th September,
-- 1825
SOth September,
1826
30th. September,
1827
SOth September,
J 828
30th September,
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'24,688
262,160
120,779
489,361
135.944
329,375 : '147,9.90
'66,394
44,426
1,153,714
98,273
744,769
250,750
339,483
309,129
682,657
50,819
877,438
29,334

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125,300
67,852
111,440
168,816 •
546
206,945
140,946
179,749
279,904
100,896

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259,617
190,966
468,938
664,914
389
865,257
. 591,186
841,510
884,570
1,220,266

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. 1,030,240
21653.333
2,704,706
• 2;69i;782
2,181,062
1,915,915 . 2,294,482
34,723
_ ' 18,795
2,005,882 •
1,696,978
. 1,882,419 • 1,609,624
2,745,872
3,319,949
1,892,481
2,272.638
2,328;241 , 1,691,705

181,035
364,516
400,523
295,859
12,362
358,040
374,990
433.954
343;843
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Sperm aceti-and wax.

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Tallow.
Gtuantity.

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Value.

Q.uantity.

Dollars.

Pounds.

Dollars.

Value.

Gtuantity.

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Value.

Pounds.




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CHEESE.

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36th September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
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3 months to SOthSept,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September.
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SOth September,

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1821
1822
1823
1824
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828„
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996
3,175
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2,539
4,287
3.619
532
1,043
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1,929
1,539
248
535
116

574,201
273,446
105,285
60.118
3',783
39,760
98,962
143,724
398,526
132,917

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2,664
7,052
•16,458
28,331
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•, '89,312
50,546
86,825
40,386
^ 4,069
29,067
42,662
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39,161
101,306
177,536

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1,066
4,"583
• 6,670
5,030
11,284
17,177

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242,516
566,965
503,672
178,949
120,426
489,197
226,624
330,583
397,489460,245

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29,36913,714
19.334
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LAHD.

Value.

Ciuantity,

BEEP ANB .PORK.

Value.

Quantity.

BAOON.

Quantity.

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Value.

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Dollars.

Pounds.

Pounds.

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Dollars.

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SOth September,
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SOth September,
1823
9 months to SOth June, 1824
3 months to SOth Sept.,1824
SOth September,
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SOth September,
1826
SOth September,
1827
30th September,
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30th September,
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3,658,970
3,476,372
1,156,983
204,923
84,833
426,935
227,240'
1,133,179
1,691,353
1,015,358

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*360,859
*131,381
* 39,431
4,624
24,309
13,606
77,836
105,93082,435

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263,634
738,156
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461,143
430,166

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23,982 "
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22,094
17,598 '

6.272
15,626
43,525 .
5,214
3,894
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1,244
3,679
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Value.

Ginger.

Cayenne
pepper.

Mace.

O
Pounds.

Dollars.

1-3
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Pounds.

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30th September,
182130th September,
1822
30th September,
1823
9 months to 30th June3 1824
3 monthsto 30th Sept.) 1824
30th September,
1825
SOth September
1826
30th September,
1827
30th September
1828
30th September
1829




22.308

232
5,355
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1
15,763

•

4,719
13,426
26,155
8,251
' 1
25,739

127,910
127,648
25,482
4,458
2,346
• 58

465
13
1,426

»: Subject to duties ad valorem until 30th June, 1824.

1,760
5,769
1.007
'206
109
' 54

.1,208
37,460
1,919
S05,093
2,771
547.

' 2
226
131
520
5
36

1,082
764
452
.6,786
3,913
11,803
13,336
^ 2,787
2,070
5,874
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SPICES-.

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;
Nutmegs.

Cinnamon.

Cloves.

Black pepper.

Pimento.

, Cassia.

-Value. .^

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30th September,
1821
30th September,.
1822
SOth September,
1823
9 months to SOth June, 1824
Smonths to 30th Sept., 1824
SOth September,
1825
SOth September,
1826
SOth September, ' 1827
30th September,
1828
SOth September,
1829.



' .'

18,487
20,257
31.069 • 11,303
29^350
• 45,881
27,673
62,286
22,394
. 16,287
53,322
49,807
86,809
18,461
29.201
6,787
18,779'
8,692
63,824
11,065 •

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8,362
27,441
116,404
49,998
. 5,233
92,252
148,932
83,159
124.009
52,378

Pounds.

1,978,828
2,971,577
3,133,443
799,225
2,507,729
1,524,210
5,026.286
• 1,037^672
4,051,759
2,264,444

Dollars.

278,836
952,356
436,387
737,(00
156,823
1,560,600 '
421,0 81
1,014,981
-683,S40
1,370,C76

330,317
491,382
•818,720
751,738
292,800
723,160
896,3.15
411,707
667,989
524,320

310,281
505,340.
580,956
369,140
286,009
626,039.
594,568
322,730
432,504
461,539

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a i T A N T I T Y AND VALUE OP MERCHANDISE RAYING SPECIFIC D U T I E S .

TOBACCO, MANOPJCTUREB, OTHER |
THAN SNDFF ANI) CIGARS.

SNUFF.

"YEARS ENDING
Quantity.,

Value.

ciuantity.

Value.

ciuantity.

Value.

ciuantity.

Value.

to

c
Pounds.

SOth September,
1821
SOth September,
1822
SOth Septeniber,
1823
9 months to 30th June, 1824
Smonths to SOth Sept., 1824
SOth-September,
1825
SOth September,
1826
SOth September,
1827
SOth September,
1828
SOth September,
1829




40
3,135
13,805
1,922
15
463
34,492
870
1,833
61

Dollars.

1.0
204
2,496
105
87
40

Pounds.

' 2,310
' 1,005
7,793
303
'5,624
3,410
. 2.622
21,362
1,744
2,059

pi
Dollars.

Pounds.

* 647
584,805
*1,207 1,126,928.
*5,053
893,307
* 387
465,040
3,160
16;57S
1,454
814,420
941 1,151,700
20,232
682,796
. 4 3 7 1,385,282.
SOS 1,007,890

* Value of tobacco and snuff.

Dollars.

704,412
1,762,758
1,751,966
744,390
30,128
1,438,766
1,979,519
1,093,084
1,974,917
1,419,653

Pounds.

Dollars.

691,039
240,151
325,424
341,651
304,844
471,941
244,711
123,574
538,528
484,392

140,616
• 30,206
58,198
54,732
46,654
78,138
47,766
14,034
57,736
54,813

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BRISTLES.

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Gtuantity.

Ciuantity.

^ Value.

(Quantity.

Value..

Ciuantity.

Value.

Pounds.

SOth September,
1821
SOth September, 1822
30th September, ^ 1823
9 months to SOth June, 1824
3 months to SOth Sept., 1824
SOth September,
1825
SOth September, . 1826
SOth September,
1827
SOth September,
1828
SOth September,
1829

Value.

Dollars.

Pounds.

Dollars.

Pounds.

Dollars.

Pounds.

Dollars.

. 73,974
104,795
115,869
29,746
39,287
54,236
- 63,299
55,128
52,823
' 86,217

* Value of bristles and glue.



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12,416
26,132
20,356
6,755
6.576
' 11,799
15,510
12,485
12,024
19,439

84,867 .
203,472
91,389
123,269
61,163
22,896
175,346
56,606
121.852
49,069
252-181 - 85,433
404,847
132,242
103,958 '
26,414 1 .

38,624
71,785
63,152
50,410
6,442
36,322
39,265
3,696
, 3,109 t
4,660

*29,l55
'90,043
*42,862
*64,217
884
4,321
5,145
318
320
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a U A N T I T Y AND V A L U E O F MERCHANDISE PAYING SPECIFIC DUTIES.

"

OCHRE.

In oil. •.

Dry.

YEARS ENDING

WHITE AND RED LEAD.

•

Ciuantity.

Ciuantity.

Value.

Ciuantity.

Dollars.

Pounds.

•'Dollars..

SOth September,
1821 ' 303,543
SOth September,
1822 1,297,631
SOth September,
: 1823- 1,572,793
9 months to 30th June, 1824 ' 403,222
3 months to.S.Oth Sept.,'l824
154,645
30th September, .
1825
556,430
SOth September, .
1826
993,588
SOth September,
1827 - 892,070
SOth September,
1828 1,109,921
SOth September,'
1.829
593,847




Value.'

. Gtuantity.

.Value.

Value.

Pounds.

WHITING AND PARIS WHITE.

57,719
106,862
21,702
25,599
3,653
7,838
14,897
15,027
22,839
9,331

M63
4,799
10,802
3,398
112

235
305
453
i61 •

4

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3,978,649
4,001,125
3,539,245
3,127,227
884,320
1,994,618
1,817,991
2.161,826
3,087,565
364,493

'.

Dollars.

Pounds.

29,855
199,138
538,510
223,242
58^395
35,926
154,699
353,269
129,408
394,714
131,013
357,154
186,853 • 744,794
21,955
795,087'

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*283,735
*266,636
^^230,665
387
3,783
3,266
^3,095
5,442
7,323
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SUGAR OF LE.\D.

LEADEN PIPES,

YEARS ENDING

Ul
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Shot.
Quantity.

Quantity.

Value.

Quantity.

Dollars.

Pounds.

Dollars.

Quantity.

Value. jQ uantity Valae.

Pounds.

D.ollars.

Pounds.

Dollars. Pounds. Dollars.

Value..

Pounds.

Value.

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SOth September,
1821
SOth September,
1822
SOth September,
1823
9 months to SOth June, 1824
3 months to SOth Sept:, 1824
SOth September,
1825
30th September,
1826
SOth September,
1827
SOth September.
' 1828
30th. September^ '^
1829




3,197,409
3,254,392
2,324,624
1,661,376
423.913
5,867,520
5,849,100
7,986,679
8,076,7961,639,689

* Value of bar arid shot.

2,290,596 ^284,701
1,951,843 |-^266,441
1,097,719 n55.175
571,180 107,494
18,712
49,149
2,364
293,864
127,091
7,544
260,608
4,801
93,945
1,918
301,697
39,183,
3,981 123,379
, 88,549
294,563
294
. 7,728
51,852

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-5.505
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CORDAGE.

T W I N E , P A C K - T H R E A D , SiC.

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Tarred and cables.

Untarred and yam.
Quantity.

. .

-.

Qiiiantity.




duantity.

Value.

P^
Pounds.

SOth September,
1821
SOth September,
1822
SOth September,
1823
9 mbnths to SOth June, 1824
3 months to 30th Sept., 1824
SOth September,
1825
. SOth September,
1826
SOth September,
1827
SOth September,
1828
30th September,
1829

Value.

Value.

374,170
718,293
• 737,081
435,680
.54,197
858,138
1,505.167
1,127.109
2,164,096
1.848,254

Dollars.

2^373
42,646
77,185
5'6,162
109,454
97,436,

-

Pounds,

297,010
506,237
278,769
48,409
821
105,086
119,107
85,236
81,629
109,775

Dollars.

Pounds.

- "106
10,393
7,413
6,339
' |6,744
'8,868 •

260,517
500,612
409,050
181,934
107,111
355,315
325,641
841,415
424,029
480,402

Dollars.

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*
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107,867
147,321
122,277
73,283
29,198
87,981
62,827
76,486
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87,692

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COPPER.

,

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YEARS ENDING
Ciuantity.

.

H

Nails and spikes.

i

Value.
. (Quantity.

Pounds.

SOth September,
1821
SOth September,
1822
SOth September,
1823
9 months to SOth June, 1824
3 months to SOth Sept., 1824 j
SOth September,
1825 U
SOth September,
1826
SOth September,
1827
SOth September,
1828
SOth September,
1829




1
29.964
91,960
140,885 1
137.540 1
217^586 •
170,106

4^129
23.954 1
39^303 1
37,161
50,923
35,325

Ciuantity.

Value.

Pounds.

Dollars.

Value..

Dollars.

Pounds..

Dollars.

t
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29,260
62,128
27,379
12,802
105,103
32,103
13,616
_7,309
274

• Subject to duties ad .valorem previous to SOth June, 1824.

27,005
• 7,257
3,081
1,291
29

8,632
8,921
15,131
6,612

9,050
18",807
9,308
3,349

1,579
3,394
1,315
11,986
5,872

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304
2,214
1,267

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YEARS ENDING

IRON.

Ironandsteel wire.

Quantity;-

Value.

•^.
Pounds.

.Dollars.

Tacks, brads, and sprigs.

Not exceeding Exeeeding 16
16 oz. per M. oz. per M.

M.

35,884
47,908
S05,359
SOth September,
1821
41,526
SOth September,
1822 '-• 78.4,491 102,361
.23,044
77,137
618,922
30th September^ , 1823
19,801
541,121
72,292
9 months to SOth June, 1824
19,542
228,256 , 28,911
3 months to SOth Sep., 1824
37,485 .
SOth September,
1825 ". 826,994
91,539
SOth September,
1826
765,660
90,401
30th September,
1827
846,910
79,257 • 19,902
30th September,
1828 1,338,524 117,467 : 16,91 i
'30th September,
1829
-463.145
13,415
51,170




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*
*
*

19,763
2,63 r
• 4,948
5,349

Value.

^

Nails.

Cluantily.

Spikes.

Value.

Gtuantity.

Value.-

o
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Pounds.

678,554
890,643
581,639
'308,917
95,700
2,432
9,293 393,863
4,135 230,996
4,391 502,457
5,133 653,655
4,249 532,407

Dollars.

Pounds..

*

87,798
182,100
-77,028
68,537
35,018
25,387
S4,426
52,011
82,598
80,511

*
*
7,320
41,953
23,739
46,080
.46,625
36,723

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1,191
1,328
-2,624
3.598
3,315
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' Gtuantity.

Value.

Q,uanlily.

Dollars.

Pounds.'

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•Ciuantity.

Value.

Dollars.. !

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Dollars.

GLuantity. •

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30th September,.
1821 * 72,580,
SOth September,
^ 1822 * 193,817
SOth September, .
1823 -*114-;580
9 months to SOth June, 1824 * 93,073
3 months to SOth Sept., 1824
• 53,991
30th September,
~ 1825 • \ 49^262
SOth September, . . 1826 . 46,680
30th September, -^
1827 '
67,371
SDth September,
1828
55,640
SOth September,
1829
54,023

24,122 tl45,711 cwt. : 7,03718,356
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23,614
37,424 • .t215,022
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49,607
39,914 t203,446t.
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12,833
13.543
• 26,154 fl2l,6,42
lbs. 1,062,704 • 37,583 lbs. 208,712
7.217 ,'2,313
1,618,975
88,1 l i . -2,106,677
67,275 • 16,309
1,432,976
2,407,867 .- 88,438
55,526 .• 34,092
^1,108,113
4,419,732 . :135,769
44,402 , 35,118;
1,133,140 •44,192 169,937
236,794
6,551,642
1,248,157
89'.057
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41,782 -22,771
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3,050
2,'502
2,901
3,-535
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§ Value "of pig and castings.

§ 56,805
§ -72,435
§117,696
§ .58,710
3,444
.36,513
67,004
46,881
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SOth September, .1825
SOth September, .
182.6SOth September,.
1827
SOth September,
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30th September,
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2,140'
2,754
'28,125
91,998
18,188'
•65,689.
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26,679^
13,937
44,715

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46
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10,491
33;568
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45.611
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30th September,
1825
30th September,
1826
SOth September, .
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SOth September,
1828
SOth September, ' ' 1829

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146,704
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197,879 . 2,111 .'64,840
25,896
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9,679
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1821
SOth September, " 1S22
SOth September,
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30th September,.
.1825
SOth September, ^ 1826
30th September,
' 1827
SOth September,
' 1828
SOth September,
1829

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32,106
36,086
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39,569
34,491

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115,523
U7,400
12,271
15,402
10,691

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936,238
876,858
1,249,602
1,515,945
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9,219
22,923
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t 149.207
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1827
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21,213 ' 197,282
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11,751 -112,148
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1825
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52,.503,411
75.942,833
29,581,618
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- 1822
46,361,215
SOth September,
' - 1823
27,909,427 , 68,530,979'
40,621,552
49,378,394
9 raonths to SOth September,. 1824
~ 19,567,838
29,810,556
18,606.840
3 monihs to SOth September,- 1824
7,166,563
11,440,277 •
, 85,392.565
SOth.^eptember,
. - 1825^
29,468,606
.55,923,959'
.72,406.708
SOth September, fi .
- 182B ' ' ^ 42,713,330
29,693,3Y8'
67,628,964
SOth September,
,• - 1827 ' . 41,956,121
. 25,672,843
76,130,648
SOth September,
- 1828^' - 45,845.761
• 30,284,887
62,687,026,
SOth September,
-^ 1829 ! .
37,846,298 : • 24,840,728 •

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10,082,313
' 7,298,TQ8
• 9,048,288
- 9,608,744
•2,955,029
10,947,510
• 12.567,769
11,855,104
12,379,176
11,805,-501

62.585,724
83,241,541
77,579,267
58,987,138
" -21,561,869
96,340,075
84,974,477
79.484:068
' 88,509;824
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unwrought: and sulphur.

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SOth September,
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SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
30th
30ih

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September,
September,
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September,
September,
Septenflber,
September,
September,

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1822
1823
1824
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1826
1827
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1829

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51,282
7,923
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SOth September, .
1822 .
SOth September,
1823
SOth September,
1824
30th September,.
.1825"
27080' .SOth September,
" 1826
' 4,093
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.', 1827 .-• . 78Q,
SOth September,.
1828
1,614
SOth September,
1829
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.8,611
13,663
-25.270

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-28,248
1,800 .
10^849
25,090
, 3,236
42,588-

• • 213,821

10,477,969 ,• .80,085• 10,781,932 . •
76,505
' 6,371,187
71.,06()
• :7,014,552
76,160
315,672 ^ . -"8,470,534
. ; ' 1,453
434,555
3,623,385
820,304-'.'
6,139,155
" 928;384 . . -6.565,804.
^ 935,102- .
;3,136,941 . .-- - -^"127

10.764,757
11,184,896
7,696,749
8,'l 15,082
9,885.840
5,135,'l08
• 7,785,1.50
• '8.427,678
5,231,077
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Flannels
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cents per
33^ cents per
sqnare 5^ard. square yard.

• Ho.siery, •• Worsted stuff All other mangloves, mits,
goods.
ufactures of.
and bindings.

Blankets
and rugs.

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SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
.30th
SOth
SOth

September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,




1821
1822
1823
1824
1825
1826
1827
•1828
1829

229,785
150,454
314,657
402,S08363.479
245.279
157,095
100.433
138,929

1^441
15,487
9,508
8,882
129

46,895 1
13.034
1 16,692
1 42,219
140,661
24,914
42,392
31,166
^ 11,425 14,317
12;(I22
24,840
5,533
8,195
* Not desigriated uhtit 1825-;

102.572
,2.330
27,075
17,314
131,722
36,881
79,191 1 111.446
110
71,338
9.956
49,478
'687
26,956
2,.0S6
26,099
1,658
22,985

687l45
47,624
21.713
17,152
13,670

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381,582
• 209.877
499,952
635,164
670.088
441.376
241.701
191.514
191,099

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YEARS ENDINij r
Printed and
colored.

White.

Hosiery,
gloves, mits,
&c..

'Twist, yarn,
and thread.

Nankeens.

All other manufactures of.

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30th
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth

Septemher,
September,
September, •
September,
September,
September,
September,
Septemher,
September,




1821
1822
1823
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829

d79.7(n
572,626
1.206.502
1,544.2.31
1,105,2.52
1,032,381
964.904
1,402,103
751,871

320.302
341,371
520,506
608.068
705,339
682.407
495.188
406,623
302,435

*

46^311
. 74,-162
46,788
44.988
• 42,222 .

6.-532
8,817
• 24,767
8,474
9.412
34^862
63.413
46.736
27,656

* Not designated until. 1825.

•
874.608
741.882
865,518
321,204
443.271
336,295
230,448
. S24,274
397,033

94,870
65,683
38.073
18,015
43,723

1,.581,143
1,664.6962,617.293
2,481,977
2.404,455
2.226.090
1.838,814
2,242,739
1,564.940

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M A N U F A C T U R E S O F SILK.

MANUFACTURES OF F l . i X .

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goods.

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-From India.

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Inciig., Oilier
niann^.aciures.

Piece
goods.

Of wool or Of cotton Linens, bleach Checks and All olher
wool and or colton edor unbledfh
siripes.
maniifaced.
Other manu- cotton, or and silk.
lures of.
silk.
iactures of.

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SOth. September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
30(h September,
Suth September,
30th September,




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1822
1823
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829

1,081230 296,007 604,474
1.415.823 235,66^ 874.005
743,430- 148,545 483.291
648,820
64.790 279.997
470.473
78,637 212,676

245,848
1,057,233
1 1,01(5,262
36b,104
1 1,512.449
1.450.795
1,816,325
1,660.822
^ 581,031 1 19,480 30,114 1,688,878
709,223
13,034. 10,735 1,412,017
9,472. fT,()53
314,860
695,231
828 2,.572
229,577
782.844
159,172
1,968
99U , 720,122

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3,877
15.213
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Sail duck.

MANU.FACTURE3 OF HEMP.

Tick] enburgs, Osnaburgs,
and Burlaps.

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Russia sheetings.

. Brown.

MANUFACTURES OF IRON, AND IRON AND STEEL.

.

Oib«r
mamilac.
tures of.

White. ,.

Side arms, Cutting
Screws
and fire
knives,
arms, ex- scythes & weighing
24 Ib.s. or
cept rifles sickles,
upwards.
and mus- reaping
hooks, &c.
kets.

Wood
screws.

Other articles not
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SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth

September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
Spptember.
September,
Septemher,
September,




1821
1822
1823
1824
1825
1826
182^
2828
1829

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115,220
102,200
63,566

46,374
16,090
27,009
51.178
39,429

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318.891
353.083
263.045
191,325

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5,024
2.756
1,699
15,604

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13.873
14,090
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68,845
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17,8.52 36,043
13.894 29,132
16,255 12,180
16,685 10,770
10,033 12,597

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•t Subject to specific duties until 30th June, 1824.

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5,610
1,371
3,542
1,011

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189,567
136,824
274.421
226,190
232:833
218,348
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Vessels of.

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Brass.

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shot.

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including

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clothing.
not subject
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to specific
bridles, and
duiies.
harness.

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SOth
30th
30th
SOth
SOth
SOtb
SOth
SOth

September,
September,
September,
September,
Septeraber,
Sept.ember,
September,
September,
September,




1821
1822
1823
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829

811
30
421
1,002

5,194
2,339
500
8.6S9
8 207
3167
428
9,908
347

4,018
971
1,498
19.060
7-38
3,307 .
3,807
1,493
2,750
3,438
1,081
18,545
467
47,471
260
38,908
8,557
357
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Dollars..

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30
906

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11,337
11,996

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10 055
9 3753 216
' 4,156

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53,224
43.991
58,825
28,259
48,727
41.519
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MANUFACTURES OF

Wares.

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Earthen
and stone.

Japanned.

Plated.

Gilt.

Watches,
and parts, of

Dollars.

SOth September,
SOrh September,
SOlh September,
SOth September,
SOrh September,
SOfh September,
SOth September,
SOth Septeraber,
SOtli Septeraber,

1821 •' 7,804
8,966
1822
4,321
1823
4,279
182412,425
1825
1826 35,070
18.371
1827
21,680
-1828
5,09S
1829

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31.049
46,001
48.418
57.758
66.216
570
65,822
169
84,762 - 378
95.570
217
.47.576
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2.061
7,903
7,530
2,172'

38.712
56,759
36.596
7,422
5,170

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YEARS ENDING
China, and
porcelain.

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Articles
composed silk, or cotwholly or ton, except
coach.
chiefly of
pearls, &c.

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furniture.

Coach.

Plated
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coach and

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33.542
22,613
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21,445 135,964
74,401 206.976
13,S83
7.760
14,712
73,854
19.166
35,824
75.424
21,544 - 56,312
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Square Marble, and Slates and
tiles, for
wire,used manuiacbuilding.
for umtures of
brella
stretchers.

Prepared
quills.

Oil cloth,
Black lead Paper, writ- Paper hang- Brushes tJair
of all
ing and
ings.
cloth, and oil cloth
pencils.
idnds. and hair carpeting, cf
wrapping.
h:eating. evuy description.

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*
SOth September,
Siilh September,
SOtb September,
SOth September,
30th September,
SOth September,
30th. September,
SOth September,
SOth September,

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128
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810
t965

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2,514
- 3,313
2,269
' 341
298

646
1.441
639
500
855

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5,635
28,938
45,142
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1,524
1,881
1,326
2,183

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536
1,551

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425
911
2,283
2,446
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MANUFACTURED

YEARS ENDING

GluicksiJve

AD VALOREM.

UNMANUFACTURED ARTICLES.

Oil cloth, Hats, caps, and bonnets.
Copper bot Brass, m
ind oil cloth
toms, and plates or
• •arpeting, of|
copper in sheers.
every desplates or
Leghorn,
Of fur,
cription.
sheets, not
straw, chip
wool,
suited to the,
or grass leather, and
.sheathing of|
plats, braids]
silii:.
ships.
or plaits,

Tin, in
plates or
sheets.

•35

Raw silk,

WOOL.

Above
10 cents
per ib.

Not exceeding
1'^ cents^
pe lb.

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SOth September
SOtb Septeraber
SOth September'
SOth September
SOth September
SOth September'
SOth September
SOth September!
SOth Septerhber'

1821
1822
1823
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829

223,433
159,329
230,171
298,0SS
212,013

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9,967
14,116
11,528
9,075
4,482
14,471
^3,987
9,463
2,452

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.

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6,713
7,673
3,096
2,480
7,337

6,085
1,070
1,380
1.975
1411
1,895
3,663

1,260
l,4iJ0

40,291
4,856
7,666
29,395'
1.407
1,667
22,786
24,639 16,884
36,531 132,295
2,957
25,272 181,150 28,686
39,255
47,277- 3,094
21,922
35,967

4 Wool subject to both ad valorem and specific duties after SOth June, 1828.

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All ether
articles.

20
per cent

15
per cent.

m

per cent.

.25
per cent.

.-

30
33i, 35, Total value of
per cent. 45, and 50 goods paying
per cent. duty ad valorem.

O

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Dolla.rs.

•

,

•

SOth
SOth
'SOth
3i)th
Sj)th
SO.th
SOth
SOth
SOth

September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September, -




#
939.916
1821
1832
- 1,051,188
1823
_
2.097.906
2,516,980
1824
1825
1826
1827 394,290
1828 139,799
1829 117,472
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t

_
_

_

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t
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l,30a538 1,815,993
699,938 1,183.276
621.897
796,612
616,211
836,939
374,559.
670,3^11

^ Opium not des^ignated until 1827»

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97.705
79.300
27,741
21,579
18,914

_
94,911
70,302
65,143
59,033
S3,320

_
_
195,324
[ 195,742
131,317
122,33463,811

tNot designated until 1835,

_
_
_
_
_
-

4,595,090
4,699,844
8.502,329
9.724,073
12,554,408
11.276,536
8.139.271
7,689,381
5,631,309

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-

- •

Mannfactures of wool not exceeding 33f cents per square
yard.

Patent printed or stained
floor-cloth.

•Oil-cloth other than patent
^ floor-cloth.

Q^uantiiy.

Gtuantity.

Furniture oilcloth.

YEARS ENDING
Gtuantity.

Square yards.

SOrh
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
30th

September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
Sepiernber,
September,
September,

1821
1822
1823
1824
^ 1825
. 1826
1827
1828
1829

Valu-e.

Dollars.

Square yards.

Value.

Dollars.

Square yards.

Value.

Dollars.

Cluantily.

Value. .

Dollars.

Square yds.

•

1,326

750

^
1,403

446
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YEARS ENDING
Q.uaniiiy.

• , Value.

Brussels.

Venetian..

W ilion.

Ingrain.

All other of
wool, fl-ax,
herap, or cotton.

Value.

O

,^

.Square yards.

30th September,
1821
SOlh September,
1822
SOth September,
1823
SOth September,
1824
SOth September, . • 1825
30th September,- ° 1826
SOth September,
1827
30th September,
' 1828
Si)th September,
1829

Dollars.

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~115

* Bubject to duties ad.yalorem'imtil SOth J uB'e, IB38.



Square yards.

Dollars.

1,928
2,170
537
407
270

-

189

4,851
7,558 35i)
1,206

105
1,388
3,662

t Subject to cl uties ad valorem until SOth June, 1824..

7,337
11,898
1.000
1,566
3,631
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COTTON BAGGING.

SHEETINGS.-t:

DUCK.t

, YEARS END][NG
Gtuantity.

Square yards.

Value. '.

September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
SepteiTiber,
September,
September,




1821
1822
1823
1824
. 1825
1826
1827
. 1828
1829

_
_
16,640
12,1(15.
8,846 •
19,865 ••
•
46,421

prown.

Holland.

Ravens.

While.

Pieces.

, Dollars.

*
SOth
SO^h
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth

Russia.

Value of duck
ancl sheetin,5s.

D"bllar.s,

*

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. 2.248
3,577
6,929
4,318

2,638
2.248
1,759
3.478
8,548

o

§6,019
§341,891

4.952
3,910
7,688 •
9,861

_

-

23.860
22,955
22,767
, 23,540

22
_67

1,328 ' 423.950
430 " -423,365
140
43i5.(i69
1,975
497,467

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t Duck, Russia, Ravens, and Holland, subject to duties ad valorem, from 1st July, 18.24, to SOth June, 1828.
t Sheetings subject to duties ad valorem after SOth June, 1824.
§ Square yards.
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1,382
96,426

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W I N E S , IN CASKS, B O T T L E S , &C.

YEARS ENDINC>

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Madeira.

^

Burgun lv,
Champaign,
Rhenish, and
Tok ay.

Sherry and Lisbon, Oporto,
St. Lucar.
and olhe.' of
Portugal and
Sicily.

Tenerifie, Fay
Claret and
Ul other, when
a.1, and oiher of Oiher not enu imported ollierthe Western merated, when vvise than in
imported in bottles or cases..
islands.
bottles or cases.!

\alue.

ODollars.

Gallons.

SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
30th

September,
September, .
September,
September^
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,




1821
1822
1823
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829 j

42,007
20,237
40,056
14,819
45,315
18,433
14.894
40.174
11,289

2,368
235
178
618 . . 20,619
586 1 41,680
635
4,467
1,882
2,987
1.105
22,152
2.099
2,510
744
14,242

14,158 i • 19,221
^8,981^
11,.588
9,380
13,129
42,673 1
62,040
,16,680
8,147
32.350
73,240 i
27,^.79
48,493 i 238,835
8,537
• 42,127
200,133
23,479
28,813 ^ 71,856
24,575 '
76,671
69,223
9,2.54
44,275
36,787

242,762
282.044
501,374
649.806
431,972
338,154
428,054
291.640 J
239,866 1

240,929
197,394
379.908
328.453
448,955
366,485
342,356
327,806
185,825

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FOREIGN

From grain.

YEARS ENDING

MOLASSES.

SPIRITS.

Ciuantity.

Value.

PORTER.

From other materials.
Ciuantity.

. "

33EER, A L E , A N D

Ciuantity.

Value.

Ciuantity.

Value.

Po
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Value.

P3.

'

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SOth Septeraber,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
Sotfi September, .
30th September.




1821
1822
1823
18?4
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829

Dollars.

47.979
49,519
39.7.*^9
41,191
88,564
83.731
25.300
20 418
45,350

30,137
26,709
22,488
25,284
42,521
42.897
14,979
13.568
25,381

Gallons.

Dollars.

206,837 . 135.023
149,551
273.764
214.463
392,636
210,951
-408.389
439.129
263.857
253.626
426,110
328.944
208,836
339,501
241,773
689,656
464,425

Gallons.

39,421
13,292
3,409
. 18,737
15.806
50,602
20,107
30.168
36,920

Dollars.

Gallons.

11.232 ' ' 5,614
4,410
3,500
3,301
994
4..646
4.732
1,021
Ap7S
2,693
16,419
1.670
6.492
9,488
4.2n7
• 8,495
10,739

Dollars.

4.615
'2.912
2.001
2,700
1.044
1.766
1.607
3.626
9.799

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Ul

-

Q.

" Foreign fishing.
VTTA'RS Ti'NnTTVr<^

Olive, in casks.
Spermaceti.

^C astor'.

Linseed.

Rapeseed.

Hempseed.

Whale, and
other fish.

O
Gallons. -

30th
Si.^th
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth

September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,




1821
J 822
,1823
1824
1825
1826
• 1827
1828
1829

.»
_
_
58
.• 2,268,
249
285 •'
58 1

Value.

*
_
_
13,986
27,368
882
5.33 L
12,221
195

1,755
12.656
17,291
15,060
40,003
42,674
9,998.
64,809
26,400

Dollars.

*

•If

•_

•K-

„

2,046
13,927

_

15.0:M)

1.862
210
24
8
-

15.788
52.984
40,916
32486
54,662
30.049

* Subject to ad valorem duties until SOth June, 1824.

15^241
14,3.53
31.258
15.471
17,825

_
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3,613
1.992
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•

-

•

-

YEARS ENDING

-

VINEGAR.

•

TEAS.

'-

.

,
(Quantity.

Value.

Bohea.

Souchong.

Hyson skin,
and other
green.

Hyson and Imperial, gunyoung hyson. powder, &'c.

Value.

P^
Ul

Gallons.

SOth
30th
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth

September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,




1821
1822
1823
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829 .

*
_
_
9,168
3.808
6,645
4,543
3,899

*
_
_ ^
_
_
2,965
814 •
1,904
1,192
942

Dollars.

Founds.

Dollars.

82
5QA

224,462
264,502
151,397
101,432
4.550
40,750
8,595

121,905
437,588
591,280
399,.56R
668,565
521.848
409,736
. 257.849
125,322

41,655
268,944
274,820
49.587
774,369
898.593
445.751
259.136
228,963

174,116
406.819
442,304
255,203
1,148,808
806,081
463,323
516.008
455,389 .

242,372
51,665
219.909
. 700,198
202,210
813,550
180,008
562,109
292,669
1,482,141
476,799
1,308,694
303,057
772,443
-344.103
679,924
-21.5,726 •
528,997

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III.—1

• ' COFFEE. .

COCOA.

.

, "

CHOCOLATE.,

'

SUGAR.

Ul.
Q

Brown, &c.
YEARS ENDING

po

•

(Quantity.

. • Value.

Q.iiantliy.

Value.

Gluantity;

Value.
Ciuantity.

Value.

•

O.

ffl
Poimds.

SOth September,
30th September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September.
30th September,
SOth September,



1821
1822
1823
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829

Dollars.'

Pounds.

9,387,596
7,267,119
20,900,687.
19,427,227
24,512,568
11,584,713
21,697,789
16,037,964
18,083,843

2,087,479'
1,653,607
4,262,699
2,923,079
3,254,936
1,449,022
2,324,784
1,497,097
1,536,565

1,504,872
856,529
1,633,450
1.908)026
2,926,012
2,562,655
4,049,648
4,319,588
3,262,221

Dollars.

Pounds.

228,219
204,953
298,8,92 •
•377,936
" 495,082 ^
419,577
441,221
345,674
261,-547

Dollars.

730

198

150
'60

~92
16

Pounds.

15,548;582
8.853,575
15,43.5,173
8.348,469
15,435,563
17,010,220
12,015.230
8,999,992
10,643,859

Dollars.

Ul

d
1,042,406
1,317,154
882,986
642,262
647,796
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a u A N T I T Y AND VALUE OF FOR^EIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT T O SPECIFIC DUTIES.

SUGAR.
•

•

"

•

•

.

^

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•

White, clayed, &c. •
YEARS. ENDING

FRUITS.

.

r Candy and loaf.

Other refined. '

•

'
Almonds. Currants.
Gtuantity.

(Quantity.

Value.

Value. Qnantity.

Value.

Prunes
and plums.

Figs.

..po
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• Pounds. '

SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth .September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,


^

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1822
1823
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829

4,512,430
.5,593,235
6,023,397
5,770,613
6,400,981
4,136,636
3,321,780
1,681,140
1,699,619

Pounds.

Dollars.

*1,549,185
*1,059,459
n,479,b25
*998,168
572,254
424.880
307;913
184,571
167,260

Dollars. Pounds., Dollars.

" 713

143

. 454
9,347

125'
925
229
6,520

9,956 1,666

Pounds.

.

100 4,646
9,263.
38,914
.24
94
3,526
14,551
3,716
32,190 18,927
19,470
60,126 21,038 •9,677 • 8 2 , 2 1 2 '
300 21,847 123,534
37 150,325
73,990
543 21,575
72,281
48,113 25,344 32,048 1 4 8 , 6 5 8
607
39,843
2,668 17,542 107,874
3,296 264,567
. 39,408
1,247

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C.1NDI.ES.

FBOTTS.

-

-,

; .

CHEESE.

SOAP.

Ul
Spermaceti and
wax. •

Raisins.
"VT7ARS F N n T N f J

Value.
In jars and
boxes and
Muscatel.

Q

Tallow. .
Gluant.lty.

All other.
Ciuantity. Value.

auaniity.

Value. (Quantity. Value.

Value.

O

Pounds.,'

Dollars.

Pounds. Dollars.

Pounds.

Dollars.

Pounds'.

Dollars. Pounds. Dollars.

H
po

30th September,
30th September,
30th'September,
30th September,
30th September, J
30th September,
30th September,
30th September,
SOth September,



1821
1822
1823
1824
1825
1826
1827'
1828
1829

41,905
208,488
423,815,
110,856
128,114
73,080
254,062
212,989
110,949

80,514
18,883
685,721
176,711
115,881
29,110
204,905
108,533
23,069

15,373
24,881
848
73,754
36,813 , 2,42855,713
947
551
29,522
2.848 1,510
54,739, 3;325 1,072
39,204
1,096
32835,681

95,208
18,078
192,042
620
95,972
7,123
105.591
13,467
41,187 4,172
867
139.464 14,747 6,811
90,590 9,353 •7,075
245,581 27,679 47,567
211,556 21,089 52,776

240
1,024
890
6,878
7,569

48,267
273,915
249,436
366,359
210,792
215.550
229,289
90,686
92,717

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21,532
19,158
19,831
'7,560
7,124
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BEEF AND PORK.

LARD.

JTALLOW.

EACON.

BUTTER.' .

YEARS ENDIN G
Gluantity.

Value.'.

{Quantity.

Value.

Ciuantity.

Value.

duavitity.

Value.

Gtuantity Value.

po
Q
Ul

Pounds.'

SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth

September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,

'

Dollars.

1821 80,212
1822 47,939
1823 477,346
1824
1825 • 30,025
1826
15,7911827 177,209
1828 342,302
1829 694,813

*32,381
*65,628
*78.591
-*49,245
2,332
1,186
16,616
25,893
63,768

t

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•

•

_

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t

•

Dollars.

Pounds.

Dollars.

Pounds. Dollars.

t '

t ,

t

- 410

200

O

;
-

L.

•

13,500
_

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. 1,16.3
• 20,002 j
750-

* Value of candles, cheese; soap, and tallow.




Dollars. ^ • Pounds.

Pounds.

--

.

-i

10,895837,622
325,267
585,962
386,779

615
43,514
28,934
34,284
16,596

3,150 1

t Subject to daties ad valorem until SOth June, .1821.

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S.ALTPETRE,

SALTS.

CAMPnOlH.

- VITRIOI/.'

Ul

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. YEARS ENDING
Refined.

Pounds.

SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
30th
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth

September,
Septeii:iber,
September, .
September,
September, September,
September,
September,
September,




1821 '
1822
.1823
1824
1825
. 1826
1827
1828
1829

,

Value.

Dollars.

Bltie or
Roman.

Oil of.

Pounds.

Value.

17,123

832
11 9,171
31,042
136
i,284

Refined.

Pounds.

Dollars.

*

14,749
M50
552,792

Crude.

p

356
917

Value.

Dollars.

*

Epsorn. Glauber, Value.

Pounds.

14

* Subject to duties ad valorem i«intil 30th June, 1824.

o

4

96

4,947
200

1,531
196

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Dollars.

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*-—
YEARS ENDING

Ginger. Cayenne Mace.
pepper.

,
Nutmegs.

Cinnamon,

, Cloves.

Black'pepper.

Pimento.

Cassia.

Value.

P^
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Pounds.

SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth

September,
September,
September,September,
September,
September,
September,
September,.
September,




1821 *
1822
_.
1823 , _
1824
1825 36,904
1826 ' -79.8
1827 3,344
1828 7,549
1829
„

•Jf

2,407
5
_
_ .

460
5,789
13,217
3,352
3,238
-

20
_
'.
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694
2,084
1,505
5,286
35,446
10,550
11,814
5,412
679

39,435
9,370
44.587
67,916
26,814
26,028
26,762
10,244
13,877

14,676,
6,145
56,220
81,521
57,486
83,093
66,263
53,415
31,096

Dollars.

• 680,425
2,520,869
4,488,542
2,236,933
2,067,010
2.803.281
914,294
364,169
654,940

2,509
112,436
126,341
224,593
405,581
621,726
490,638
157,674
374,204

259,994
390,294
679,780
512,230
814,947
426,643
523,885
385,362
448,535,

236,072
454,654
825,343
600,171
705,120
578,729
363,129
181,307
245,239

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TOBACCO, ^MANUFACTURED, OTHER
THAN SNUFF AND CIGARS.

SKUFK.

JNDIGO.
•

€0TTON.
f

Q

YEARS ENDING

Quantity.

Value.

• Uuantity.

Va! ae.

(iuantit)'.

Value.

. Gluantity.

Value,

O

SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September.
SOth September,



1821
1822'
1823
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829

l720l
4,778
884
20,930
14,000
3,455
11,378

Poiinds.

Dollars.

Pound.s.

'

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176
1,951
1,400
458
1,861

2,338
•296: 6,287
1,058
^ 5,082
'2,4,89,
20,883
2,611

Dollars.

782
103
.*• 3,665
* 1.987
1,969
357
20,562

Pounds.

254,143
521,208
860,'584
249,445
361,989
332,718
, 417,816
315,296
1,403416.847

* Value of tobacco and snuff.

• Dollars. •

. Pounds.

Dollars,

is

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416,968
1,158,663
2,141,881 •
513,271
891,974
712,080
864.951
562,768
715,261

104,255
486,753
5,6,983
333,828
42,089
272,785
30,311
200,894 "
459,299 . 88,360
28,852
206,716
. 9,875
88,105
22,810
253,256
51.442
503,388

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GUNPOWDER.

BriLSTLES.

GLUE.

OCHRE.

V

. YEARS ENDING
Dry. ' ,
Gluantity.

Value..

• GiuaniiLy.

Value.

Quantity.

1,1 oil.

Value.
Gtuantity.

Value-.

auanti!}'.

Value.

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SOth Septerr.ber,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
30th September,
SOth September,
SOth September,




1821
^ 1822
1823
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829'

• Dollars.

27,250 • 6,708
20,015 - 5,964
^5,856- 10,750
28,925
5,202
, 26,685
3,712
11,542
1,644
22,425 . 2,408
45,625
5,788
28,30.0 - 4,885

Pounds.

Dollars.

30

'11,727 5,000

'Pounds.

DoUars. , Pounds.

Dollars.

6,053
54

*2,112 . 21,753
5,704
. 10
10,485
35,762
10,644' 2,658
12 117,986
50
397
77 21,249
13,187
40
• 286
• 29 ,, 2,845
206
224

Pounds.

Dollars.

td

671

•

2.301
'532
332
117
10

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100

30

1,158

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YEARS ENDING

|

W H I T I N G , AND PARIS

LITHARGE.

LEAD.

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Q.uantily..

• Value.

(Quantity.

Value.

Gtuantity.

Shst.

Value.

po
Gluantity.

Value.

Ciuantity.

Value.

O
Pounds.

SOth
3Oth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
30th
SOth

September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,




1821
,1822
1823
1824"
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829

Dollars.

74,649
105,231
62,428
130,549
106,893
127,926
131,245
111,141
216,367

*8,444
*11.711
*6,455
*13,910
12,683
12,306
11,275
10,363
16,180

Pounds.

Dollars.

128

Pounds.

7

11,113

187

89,880

slo

* Value of ochre and white lead.

524,909

'Dollars.

Pounds.

Dollars.

102,994
301,549
305,762
466,810
1,146,490 71,373
2,756,923 149,927
3,855,358 193,604
2,537,580 114,375
36,500 2,332,115 82,657

t Value of lead and shot.

Pounds.

Dollars.

63,501
83,641
60,846 .
64,040
57.160
64,717
50,930
57.530
7,915

tll,276
t23,673
119,839
t31,078
4,507
4,560
3,547
3,662
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CORDAGE.

•

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•

Tarred and cables.
Gtuantity.. '

Value.

• Gluantity.

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Value.'
(Quantity.

^

Untarred and yarn.

Value.

Quantity.

Value.

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Dollar.s.

Pounds.

Dollars.

Pounds.

Dollars.

Pounds.

Dollars.
^J.

SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
'30th Sept.ember,
SOth September,
SOth September,



.

1821
1822
. 1823
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829

-

•

-

70^119

194,931
341,465
603,626
878,324
^ 881,828
1,579,856
1,182,390
1,228,329
2^821 , 1,719,741

^
64~409
110,740
91,478
101,427
123,947

' 865
4.239
21,691
14,011
35,299
129,387
37.369
9,091
119,454

3,316
11,497
•3,501
1,187
8,067

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Nails and spikes.

YEARS ENDINC

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Value.

auantily.

Value.
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Value.

auantily.

• Value.

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Pounds.

SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth

September,
September, •
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,

1821
1822
1823
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829

* Value of cordage and twine.



Dollars.

3,796 - n6,646
19,456
. *21,607
14,344 • . *43,874
94,325
*80,551
31,733
8,625
31,323
6,896
17,685
3,176
31,689
7,487
9,183
1,987

Pounds.

t

t

Pounds.

Dollars.

•_
_

••

—
•

6,050
5,615
3,526
6.146
3,878

Dollars. '

3.543
1,966
1,886
2,613
1,491

i; Corks subiect to duties adivalorem until SOth June^ 1824. '

Ill
'
1,041
1,056
123,245
_
-

_
' _
_
:_
318
18,95.3
_
-

Pounds. -

12,113
• 7,198
6,471
;9,815
908
903
i,896
300
1,670

Dollars,

13,616
12,054
U,633
{2,381
228
263
530
76
336

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Iron and steel wire.

'

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•
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Taclis, brads, and sprigs.

Nails.

•

•

Spikes.

YEARS ENDING
Quantity.

Value.

Not above
16 oz. per
M.

Above 16
oz.per M.

Value.

Gluantity.

Value.

Ciuantity. ,

Value.

•

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Pounds. •

SOth-September,
30th September,
SOth Septem.ber,
SOth September,,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,



1821
1822
1823
1824
1825
1826.
182r
1828
1829

Dollars.

1,183
•2,136-

440
268

-5^635
• 1^386
. 2,213

786
146
306 ^

- "402
1,812

M.

Pounds.

Dollars.

961

Pounds.

66,391
48,00123,476
• 5,472
5,814
: 187 " 36,105
11,248
5
40,0488,870

" - 102 '
213

360
3
"

"

Dollars.

Pounds.

Dpllars.

M

5,196
6,811
11,025
1,302
849
4,004
1,189
4,525
1,080

5,305
786

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Anchors.

Castings, vessels, and all olher.

Pig ron.

Vl?AT?Q Ti'ivrTMivr

i i l i A K b HilNUirsi^

Lj.

Quantity.

Pounds..

SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth

September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,

[821
1822
1823
1824
1825
1826
^1827
1828
1829

Value.

-Dollars. .

. 26,704
18,453
35,816
3,000
6,216

• Cluantitj'.

'
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186
_

12,453
- 2,628~
16,616

558
234
978

Pounds.

113,120
579,936
• 247,856
377,776
.82,927
72,122
245,262
86,303
86.799

* Value of tacks, nails, spikes, anchors, aiid sheet iron^



Value.

Quanlity.

*14,291 Cwt.
52
*27.252
469
*13,111
130
*15,104
.650
4,233 lbs. 91,383
4,442
4,953
12,434
28,167
3,796
37,146
3,896
15,789

ciuantity.

Value.

Dollars.

Dollars.

Value.

Cwt.

Dollars.

351'
• 13,182
tl,032
t8,784
• 4.189
347
1,61.4
1,974
2,821

715
380
3,188
1,694
1,639
1,265
3,457

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2,799
2,124,
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Cables and chains, or Mill.cranks and mill
irons of wrought iron.*
parts thereof.*

Firearms.*
YEARS ENDING

Muskets.

Rifles.
Cluantily.

Quantity.

Mill saws.*

Value.

. Cluantily.

Value.

Quanti tj^

Value.

Quantity.

Value.

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Value.
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Number.

SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth Septe'mber,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,




1821
1822
1823
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829

Dollars.

Number.

Dollars.

Pounds.

Dollars.

Pounds..

Dollars. •

Number.

Dollars.

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18,620 87,438
14,430 54,250
16,626 66,141
4,383 19,87019,135 70,547

20

315

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•50

56,280 ;
10,262
377--

7,895
1,329
19

33,000

2,060

9,108

.

326

12
19^
60

72
111
301

16

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IRON.

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Slit, or rolled, for
iron, of3-16to8-lG
for blacksmiths.*
band, scroll, or casediameter.*
ment rods.

Anvils.*
-

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Quantity.

Value.

Pounds. . Dollars.

Quantity.

Valjue.

Quantity.

Value.

Pounds.

Dollars.

Pounds.

Dollars.

• Quantity. ' Value. ^ Quantity.

Pounds.

Dollars

Pounds.

Value.

P^

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Dollars.

bd
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,




1821
1822
1823
1824
1825
1826
1827'
1828
1829

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2,122
1,268

239
190

3,661

260

150
602

' 40
66

2,097

4,480
1,316
39,488
126,257
18,205

155
79
25,200
2,017
851
7,963 418,956 11,503
367 436,193 23,581

210
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24,000

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STEEL.

HEMP.

• Bar and bolt.
YEARS END] NG
Hammered.

Rolled.

^

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Value. •

Quanlily.

Q,uantily.

Value.

Quantity.

Value.

Value.

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Cwt.

Dollars.

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Dollars.

Cwt.

Cwt.

Dollars.'

K
SOth September,
1821
SOth September,
1822
30th September, - 1823
30th September, . 1824
SOth September,
1825
30th September,
" 1826
SOth September,
1827
SOth September,
1828
SOth September,
1829



_, 6,359
6,731
11,468
5,908
7,489 •
-2,066
. . 4,052
7,266
2,753

25^236
11,073
14,698
42,5318,945

9,566
5,308
Jlj592
13,778
16,890
14,151- .
5,838
4,743
2,522. -

*61,152
*51,376
*73,994
*69,165
74,242
66.654 25,337
21,009
26,194.

* Value of "rolled and hammered.

1,797
699
1,038
1,558
4,393
8,378
5.845
2,420
1,014

'.

16,088
5,966
5,414
14,818
33,556
69,430
42,662
18,472
6,656

4262,960
639
: 38
78
.

4,297
21,863
3,759
438
1,004

244

2,244
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.

Quantity.

Value.

Quantity.

Value.

Cwt.

Dollar?.

Cwt.

Dollars.

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SOth September,
•SOth September,
SOth September,
^ SOth September,
SOth September,'
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth'September.

1821
1822
1823^
1824
1825
1826
1827_^
1828
1829

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41
214,

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44
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4,570

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35,250

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COAL-.

SALT.

•

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-:, .

Guantily.

Value.

Quantity.

Value.

Quantity.

Value.

Foolscap,
Folio and
quarto post. drawing, and
wnting.

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Dollars.

Bushels.

Dollars.

.Bushels.

Dollars.

Pounds.

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30th
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth

September,
September,
Septeniber,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,
September,




1821
1822
1823
1824
1826
1826
1827
, 1828
1829

31,440
24,328
51,707
- 57,763'
70,584
30,680 :'
65,335
,37,808
44,300

1.5.321
12.391
17,330
17,666
19,445
8.603
16,014
10.718
11,389

8,318
4.167
2,846
2,414
4,140
• 1,080
ISO
1,743
4,768-

2,450
1,078
1,105
874
1,285
300
66
. 682
2,094

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_
550
1,130
.180— '

_
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337
68
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381,256
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10,559

488,260
755.567
321,837
223.309
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YEARS ENDING

Sheeting, binders, &C.

All other.

Value..

Printed'pie- Printed in othvious to 1775,. er languages
than English,
Latin; and
Greek.

Latin or
Greek.

. All other.

Value.

O

'

Pounds.

Dollars.

Volumes.

Pounds. .

Dollars. ,

.H
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September, .
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,




1821
1822
.1823
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829

P^.

>
-

17,262
91,664
20,881
.-27,488'
55,610

•

Ul

-

8,018
141,103
. 4,052

200,938
432,126
, 81,190
53,224
66,206

"75

4,765
12,020
13,615
. 7,656
6,796

' Paper and books subject to duties ad valorem until 30th June, 1824.

-

3,113
200
3,793
1,594
411

8,521
16,598
20.150
12,749
8,650

d

M.—EXPORTS FROM THE UNITED STATES -FROM 1821 TO 1829~Continiied.
•to
Q U A N T I T Y AND VALUE OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT T O SPECIFIC DUTIES. .,
.

•

'' • -

•'

fi

•

,

•

,

.

.> •
•

YEARS ENDING

.
.

-

','

•

GLASS -WARE.*'
,

.

.

Cuf, ancl not specified.

•

•

'

. .

-

.

.

All other articles of.

Cluantily.

,

Value.

Quaatity.

Value.,

Pounds.

Dollars.

Pounds.

APOTHECARIES' VIALS.

.

Not above 4 Above 4 oz.,
. oz.j^andless.
and not ex.
ceeding 8oz,

Dollars.

•
•

o
po
Gross.

September, - • 1821
September, .
1822
September,
1823
September,
- 1824
September,
1825
September,
1826 ,
September,
1827 '
Septeniber,
' 1828
September,
1829




Dollars.

-:-t ;,

.• . t

30th
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth

• Value.

Ul

o

t
pa
o

24,885
21,575
5,24-9
3,570
1,380

2^823
2.381
487 -

64,343
,86,007
110,396
222,405
115,184

••

~370 '
20,882
42,281
19,423 •

* Glass ware subject to duties ad valorem, until SOfch June, 1§34.
t Apoihecaries' dais subject to duties ad valorem, until.30th June, 18:^4.

50'
8
50
12

13

42
36
226.
90
GO
OO

o

'7

'-

M.-EXPORTS FROM THE UINITED STATES FROM 1821 TO .1829—Contiuued.

GO
OO

o
QUi\.NTITY AND VxlLUE OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT T O SPECIFIC D U T I E S .

-

.

GLASS.
-

-

YEARS 'ENDIN a
V '

\

•

'

,

Ul

^

Not above Exceeding Over two
one quart. one quart. quarts, and
and not . not above
above two one gallon.
quarts.

Value,

Gross.

Dollars.

Quantity. '

Value,

.-

V2>

18211822
1823^
1824
1825
18261827
1828
1829

^249
^279
^266

•

ni8

301
593
513
•630
.40.7

_

^
_

"•

_

_

• Value included with window glass.
Value of window glass and quart bottles.



.-5
• _ -

_
-

4,704
5,274
• 4,523
4,459
2,952

o

Dollars.

T

.^
_

_ i

_

•

.

•

.
_

136
140
24: ^
36
85

0

100 feet square.

Dollars.

t
_

No.

S^

Not aoove Not -abo''ve Above Value.
8 by 10 - 10 by 12 10 by 13
inches.
inches.
inches.

-

SOth September,
SOth 'September,
30th September,
SOth September,
30th September,
SOth September,
30th September,
SOth September,
BOth September,

Q

Window.

Demijohns.

B'Ottles.

16,496
12,455
-15,149
10,192
8,587 . 5,960°
11,840
6,98'6
15,337
- 9,213

~ 30
•13,
96.
511

12,751
125
12,279
159
5,606
_
14,477
12,991
340
311
203. = 5,739
' 24
193
2,054
4,119
80
241
67 . 14 - 662
- 5
25
373

t Demijohns subject to daties ad valorem until 30th June, 1824.

Ul

a

5

to
CO

Bl.—EXPORTS FROM-THE UlNlTED STATES FROM 1821 TO 1829-~Continued.

to
I—*

Q U A N T I T Y AND VALUE OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT T O SPECIFIC D U T I E S .
-

*

•

•

'•

.

•

: • "

•

•

•

• •

-

FISH.

SHOES AND SLIPPERS.

-

•

:

YEARS. ENDING
' Dried
or smoked.

Salmon.-

Mackerel.

. Value.

Silk.

Prunelle; &G.

Leather,
Children's.
Morocco, &c.

Value.

O
po

-' -

GQ

Quintals. ..

•

Dollars.

Pairs.

.

-

•

• .

Dollars.

hri

•

•

SOth September,
1821
14SOth September,
1822
SOth September,. .. 1823
2
SOth September,
- 1824
SOth September,
1825
_
SOth- September,
1826. . 22
200 '
SOth September,
1827
SOth September,
1828
SOth September, .
1829.
-




Earrels.

o

269
85
15
370
34
37
38
, 28
^ -

,16
•

_

•

_ _
_
150
_

•

•

-

'

3,066
1,463
. 260
4,761"
383
590
. 1,704
400
-

'

„

_ ,. •
_
356
_ "'
. 844 -

200 49 .
.405

1,126
. 1,779
4.263 '
2,604
604
1,529
829
24
-

t

_
'9S0
80
_96

tn
1,925
268
2,029
760
93
990
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Q U A N T I T Y AND V A L U E OF FOREIGN MERCtlANDISE SUBJECT T O SPECIFIC DUTIES.

CIC.IKS.

BOOTS AND BOOTEES.

tjLAYING C A R O S .

m
YEARS ENDING

o

'
auantity.

Value.

Quantity.

Value.,

Quantity.

Value.

Packs.

Dollars.

,

-. . .,

:

•
Dollars..

Pairs.

SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOth
SOlh

September, .- - 1821
September,
1822
September,
" 1823
September,
1824 .
September,
182.5September, .
1826
September,
1827
September,
1828
September,
1829




.284
18
• 46

.

• *2,244
•n,526
• ^2,511 •
~ 54

24 '•
• S4p

^

^715

•

Dollars.

M. _

1,095
2,345
3,367
- 4,463
3,362 •
3,399
. 4,462
3,575
'4,712'

13.935
26,286 .
. 30,482
41,366
33,175
41,466
49,977
39,945
48,518
'

•

520
1,248

260
2,972
5,125
460
26,520
3,392
ISO

,

•

ffl

m

1,118
.230
, 3,501
1,246
31

•

to
, * Value of shoes ar.d boot?..

to
cn

RECAPITULATION.
VALUE OF MERCHANDISE E X P O R T E D .

YEARS ENDING

•fi\

Paying duties ad
. valorem.

Pa,yir)g specific
duties.

Total of merchandise paying duiies.

'

Free of duty.

Total value.

O

' '
• ^

, Dollars.

.

•

.

'

Ul

O
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September;
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth September,
SOth. September,

1821 1822 - ^ 1823 - - - '
1824 1825.•
1826 1827 - .
1828 1829 -^ -

-"
-^

4,595,090
. 4,699,844
8',502,329- • '• 9,724,073
12.554,408
11,276,536 '
8,139,271
7,689.381 ' 5,631,309

5,942,641
10,537,731
6,401,462
11,101,306
.11.344,544 ^
'
19,846,873
7,498.002
17,222,075
10,150,395
" 22,704,803
8,127,968
19,404,504
7,478;n5
] 5,617,986
5,477,958
13,167,339
5,796,092.11,427.401

10,764,757
11,184,896
7,696,749
8,115,082
9,885,840
5,135,108
• 7,785,150
8,427,678
, 5,231,077

21,302,488
22,286,202
27,543,622
25.337,157
32,590,643
24,539,612
23.403.136
21,595^017
16,658,478

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TREASURY DEPARTMENT,




Register'^.s' Ofiice, December 13, 1830.
T. L. .SMITH, Register.

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INDEX
TO

REPORTS O F ' T H E . S E C R E T A R Y OF T H E TREASURY
ON T H E

FINANCES,

THE PUBLIC DEPOSITEE, AND THE CURRENCY
UNITED STATES, FROM 1829 TO 1836, INCLUSIVE.

OF

THE

•A.
Page

Appraisement of goods under the act of 28th May, 1830.—Difficulties existing in-the
91
Appraisement of goods be made at value,in the place of importation,
and not by foreign invoice.—Recommendation that the
94
Appraisers of imported goods, arid suggesting an additional appointment in New York.—Remarks on the arduous duties of
12
Appropriations unexpended at the close of 1829, and applicable
to 1830
6
unexpended at the close of 183Q, and applicable
to 1831
'
'
• 86,87,89
unexpended at the close of 1831, and applicable
to 1832
^
218,219
unexpended at the close of 1832, and applicable
to 1833 '
- \
284
unexpended at the close of 1833, and applicable
to 1834
379
unexpended at the close of 1834, and applicable
to 1835
464
unexpended at the close of 1835, and applicable
to 1836
,
'
628
unexpended at the close of 1836, and .applicable
to 1837
681
for various public objects on the payment of the
public, debt.—Recommending
226
by . legalizing the seizure, by the Bank United
States of funds in its own hands.—The Secretary of the Treasury complains of-a probable
undue exercise of power by the Judiciary, instead of Congress and the Executive, to make
470
by Congress greatly exceeding the estimates, and
the necessity ftom this cause for larger surplus
on the 1st January of each year.—Remarks
o f Secretary of the Treasury on the effect of
473



766

INDEX.
Page.

Appropriations in doubtful- cases of constitutional right in the
474
General Government.—Remarks on
expenditures and collections in each State in
608
1834.—Statement of the
receipts and expenditures forl833,1834, and 1835.
654
—Statement of the estimates
Army, more desirable as regards the regulation of the tariff for
revenue.—A fixed amount for the ordinary peace establishment
.472
of the
Attorney General on me claims of the Bank of the United States,
fir damages on protested bill of exchange on
France—Opinion of the
508, 513
on [the seizure of the dividends/on stock of
united States in Bank of United States, to
pay damages, &c. on said protested bill of
exchange on France—Opinion of the
517
Attorneys and marshals, and Custom-house and land officers.—Provision of law necjessary to compel the surrender of books and
papers by
.
12
Attorneys and customhouse officers.—Relative to dividing com12
missions for compensation of
Attorneys.—Propriety of requiring bonds from: district
700
Austria,at different periods.—Currency;of
617
B.
Balances in the Treasury, on 1st January, 1828
5
1829'
5,85'
1830
85,217
1831
217,283
1832
283, 377
1833
377, 463
1834
463, 627
,1835
627, 679
1836
' 679
Balance, on estimate, in Treasury, on 1st January, 1837
680
Balance in Treasury on 1st January of each year.—Remarks on
the effect of appropriations by Congress greatly exceeding the
estimates, and. the .necessity from this cause of a larger
473
Balance expected to be in the Treasury on Jam 1,1830.—Estimated
6
1831,
do.
10,86
1832,
do.
218
1833,
do.
284
1834,
do.
378
1835,
do.
464
1836,
do.
628
1837,
do.
682
Bank United States.—Dividends on stock of the, for 1828
5;
1829
85
1830
217
1831
283



INDEX.

.767
Page.

377
Bank United States.—Dividends on stock of the, for 1832
1833
463
1834
627
1835,
679
first three quarters of 1836
679
in 1829.—General remarks on subject of the
bank and stock in the
9
in 1831.—General remarks on subject of the
bank and stock in the
223
in 1832.—General remarks on subject, of the
bank and stock in the
294
in 1833.—General remarks on subject of the
bank and stock in the
337, 384
in 1834—General remarks on subject of the
bank and stock in the
451,468, 557
in 1835.—General remarks on subject of the
bank and stock in. the
647
in 1836.—General remarks on subject of the
bank and stock in the
685
to the payment of the public debt by 3d March,
1833.---Application of thestopk in the
222
Statement .of advantages in the fiscal operations
of the. Government, by the agency, and recommending a renewal of the charter of the
223
regarded as an object of great importance, as
concerns the Treasures of the Government
and the currency of the country.—The 234
in paving part of the public debt.—Agency
of the
294
and placing them in State banks.—Reasons of
the Secretary of the Treasury, on 3d December, 1833, for removing the deposites of, the
public money from the
<
337
Docurnenh transmitted with said report viz ;
A.—Report of the Government directors, Bank United States,
22d April, 1833 \
357
B.—Report of the Government directors: Bank United
States, 19th August, $33
'
364
C.—Instructions to the collector at Philadelphia, 26th September, 1833
*
368
D.—Letter selecting the (krard Bank of Philadelphia as a
depository of public mone^ 26th September, 1833
369
Note.-r-Similar letters to Commonwealth Bank, and the
Merchants' Bank, at Boston; the Manhattan Company,
Mechanics' Bank, and Bank of America, at the city of
New York ; and Union Bank of Maryland, at Baltimore
369
E.—Letter to United States Bank at Philadelphia, to deliver
to collector of the customs there, all duty bonds to United
States payable on and after 1st October, 1833
369
Note.—Similar letters were addressed to the offices of the
Bank of the United States, at Boston, New York, and
Baltimore
369




768

INDEX.

F.-^-Letter from c ollector, Philadelphia, transmitting contract
executed by the; Girard Bank
G.—Contract exe> Mited by the Girard Bank
Note.—Similar contracts were executed by the Commonwealth Bank, a nd .Merchants' Bank, of Boston'; the Manhattan Company, Mechanics' Bank, and Bank of America,
at New York Union Bank of Maryland, at Baltimore ,
Bank of the Metropolis, Washington City'; Bank of
Virginia, at Ri<^hmond, for' itself and branch at Norfolk.:
Planters' Bank of Georgia, at Savannah, and. the Union
Bank of Louisiana, also, Commercial Bank, New Orleans
H.—From the pre sident of the. Girard Bank, announcing the
execution of the contract
I . — T o the Maine Bank, at Portland, selecting that institut i o n s a depository, &c.
Note.—Similar.lei ters sent to Commercial Bank, Portsmouth,
'New Hampshire ; branch of Bank of Alabama, at Mobile ,
Planters' Bank* of Mississippi, at Natchez ; Union Bank
of Tennessee, Nashville;. Franklin Bank of Cincinnati,
Ohio , Bank ofYirginia at Richmond, branch of Bank
of Virginia,• at Norfolk, Bank of the Metropolis, City of
Washington, Bank of Burlington, in Vermont; Arcade
Bank, Provider]ce, Rhode Island, Farmers and Mechanics'
Bank-, at Hartfo: d, Connecticut, Union Bank of Louisiana,
and Commercic .1 Bank,-New Orleans
K.—Frorn .the pi •esident of Maine Bank, at Portland, with/
contract executed by that bank
U
L,—Contract exe 2 ted by the Maine Bank, at Portland
Note.—Similar contracts were executed-by the Commercial'
Bank, at Portsmouth, New , Hampshire, Farmers and
Mechanics' Bank-of Hartford, Connecticut; Arcane Bank;
at. Providence, Rhode Island, and Bank of purlington,
Vermont From president of Franklin Bank of Cincinnati, with
contract executed by that bank
N.—Con tract exe< :u.ted by Franklin Bank 'A Cincinnati
Note.—Similar
Dntracts were executed by Union' Pank of
Tennessee, at Nashville, Planters'- B/nk of Mississippi, at
Natchez ; bran h of Bank of Alabama, at .Mobile
O.—Regulations of Secretary of the/Treasury approved by
the President o:f the United Statesi>r deposites of the public
money in selected banks, by disbursing. officers of the
Government
•
p.—Communicatons from Secretary of the Treasury to the
Departments of State, War,-and Navy, relative to deposite of public money in the hands, of disbursing agents
Bank United- StateSj that this bank was not necessary for tile Government or the pepple ; regulation of de-,
positesin State banks, and improvement of
the currency.^Reasons of the Secretary of
the Treasury, on 15th April, 183'4, for removing the deposites from the




Page.

370
370

370
371
372

372
373
373

373
-374
375
375

376
376

.451

INDEX.

.769
Page.

Bank United States, for seizing upon dividends on stock.to secure
the amount of damages on protested bill of exchange for French
indemnity.—The Secretary of the Tree^sury corhplains against
the
'
468
•Bank United States, opinion of the Attorney General on said seizure
517
Bank United States, for damages on account of the removal of the
'deposites.—Remarks of Secretary of the Treasury relative to
demand by the
478
Bank United States, for said damages,—'Opinion of the Attorney
General on claim of the
508, 513
Bank United States, for' damages and other costs on the bill of
exchange, for the French indemnity, and opinion of Attorney
General on same.—Correspondence and statement of charges by
the
•
509
Bank United States, in 1832, 1833, and 1834,—Amount of domestic exchanges by the branches of the
615
Bank United States—Circular to all receivers of public'money, relative to receipt of checks or drafts,of branches of the
618
Bank United States, in relation to tHe stock owned by the United
States therein.—Correspondence between the Secretary of thes
Treasury and the
663
Bank United States, near the 1st January, 1835.—Condition of the
670
Bank United States, near the 1st December, 1835.—Condition
of the
>
674
Bank United States, concerning the- amount due to the United
•States on account .of stock held in that bank—Correspondence
with the
715
Bank United States, &c,, concerning amount and distribution of
the proceeds of its stock.—Report of committee of
717
Bank United States, with estimate of their value on 3d March,
v
1836.—Debts and effects of the
719, 733
Bank United States, in relation to delay in furnishing certain information concerning the interest of United! States in that bank and views of the Treasury Department concerning the amount
due to the United States,—Letters to the president of the
736
Bank United States.—Letter to C. C, Cambreleng,. H. D. Gilpin,
and John White, relative to the same
'
741
Bank is agreeable to the' constitution, and indispensable to the
fiscal operations of the Government.—Opinion that the establishment of a national
224
Bank stock owned by the United States.—List of canal and
536
Banks.—Suggestions concerning the payment of interest on deposites in'
478
v
Banks as depositories of the ,same, December 12, 1834.—Report
from the Secretary ,of the Treasury, stating the present
system of keeping and disbursing the public money, and
reasons for reinoying the deposites from the Bank United
States, and selecting certain State
557
Banks selected as depositories of the public money, on certain
terms, to December. 1834,—List of
601
Yol. in.—49



770'

INDEX,
Page.

Banks selected as depositories, and means to meet demands on
them.—Condition Jin certain respects, of
Banks with that of the Bank of the United States and Bank of
England.—Comparison of the condition, as regards circulation,
deposite, specie, &c.? of State
Banks and, others indebted to the Government, with amounts clue
the United States at, the time of failure.—List of old depositeBanks about September .1,1834.—i^mount of domestic exchanges
by three of,the selected State
Bank paper and specie of the United States and several
countries of Europe, at different periods.—Circulation or currency of*
Banks incorporated by Congress in the District of Columbia.;
when incorporated; when selected as depositories of the Government; when stopped payment, and amount then due to the
United States. List of
Banks and the cur]'ency, in 1836.—Explanatory remarks concerning the depos te
Banks in 1834 arid 1835, &c.—Statement of the condition of the
Banks which were selected as depositories near the 1st January,
1835.—Condition of those State
Banks which were elected as depositories near the 1st December,
1835.—Condition of those
Bank notes >;of a less denomination than five dollars.—Circular to .all coll ecting and receiving officers, with instructions not to receive
Banks.—Remarks ojn the keeping of the public money, and state of
the deposite
Banks and in circul ation in 1833,1834,1835, and 1836.—Specie in
Banks near Novemlber 1, 1836.—Condition of the. several deposite
Banks near 1st Jim e and 1st November, 1836„—Recapitulation of
<
accounts of depo site
Bank of "^Vooster, a deposite bank,, on 7th November, 1836.—Condition of the Banks of deposite and the Mint, to 1st December, 1836: the
amount of drafts 'and warrants issued and unpaid, and amount
subject to draft; and the amount of future transfers ordered.—r
Amount to the c redit of the Treasurer of the United States in
various
Banks, relative to excessive bank credits, and encouragement
thereby to. speculate on, and monopolize purchases of, public
lands.—Circular to deposite
Bills of exchange in 1832, 1833, and 1834.—Amount of domestic
Bill of exchange, (see French indemnity.)—Protested.
Bonds.—Remarks (relative Xo custom-house in 1829




1B30
1831
1832\
1833
1835
1836

602
602
604
615
616

619
646
664
670
674
678
690
696
746
758
759

760
764
615
9

88

234
. '287
369,381
633
684

INDEX.
Bonds from district attorneys.—Propriety of requiring
Books and papers by attorneys, marshals, custom-house and land
officers.—Provision |of law necessary to compel the surrender of
Bounties on vessels employed'in the fisheries.^Remarks on
Bounties and allowances to vessels employed >in the' fisheries in
1828.—Amountof
'
Bounties and allowances to vessels employed in the fisheries in
1829.—Amountof
' Bounties and allowances to vessels employed.-in the fisheries in.
1830.—Amount of
.
Bounties and allowances to vessels employed in the fisheries in
183L—Amountof
Bounties and allowances to vessels employed in the fisheries in
1832.—Amountof
.
Bullion imported each ;year from 1821 to 1829, inclusive.—Value of

.771
.700
12
12
18
96
236
297
386
128

C.
Canada, and other adjacent foreign territories.—Suggestions for
regulating importations from
Canals to, a proper extent.—Remarks on the propriety of encouraging the construction of roads and
Canal and bank stocks held by. the United States in I834.~i-List of
Capital.—Considerations regarding the exercise of the money
power of the Government to regulate the unequal action of
Cash payments and short credits upon the revenue.—Effect of
Chickasaw Indians in 1836.—Receipts and expenditures oh account of the
Circular to collecting and receiving officers, with instructions not
to receive, bank notes of a less denomination than $5
Civil, diplomatic,, and miscellaneous expenditures, (see Expenditures.)
Civil, diplomatic, and miscellaneous expenditures for present and
ensuing year.-^-Estimate of. (See Estimates.)
Clearances.—Amount of passports, and.—(See Passportsc)
Coast to the Navy Department, &c.—Remarks on transfer of the
survey of the
Coasting vessels be applied to vessels coming from adjacent foreign territories.—Recommendation that regulations for
Coasting trade to prevent smuggling.—Suggestions for regulating
the
Coffee imported from 1821 to 1829, inclusive—Quantity and
value of
Coffee exported from 1821 to 1829, inclusive.—Quantity and
value of
"
€offee imported in 1828.—Quantity and amount of duty.on
1829.—Quantity and amount of duty on
1830.—Quantity and amount of duty on
1831.—Quantity and amount of duty on
1832.—Quantity and amount of duty on



13
233
536
16
381.
681
678

482
13
14
146
193
19
98
238
299
388

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INDEX,
Page,

Coinage of gold of \ alue of one dollar, and regulations for the
Mint.—Remarks concerning the
icerning
479
Coinage at the Mint, coins in bank, circulation, &c.—Remarks
relative to increase
694
Coins of the value of one dollar, and information relative to coinage at the Mint in 1834.—Recommendation for making gold
479
Coins have upon the duties on imports—Effect that relative and
true value of foreij n
94
Coin in 1833-'4—In iportations of gold and silver
620
Collection of duties, ( see Duties.)
Collection of duties in 1828.—Expenses of
18
1829.—Expenses of
96
1830.—Expenses of
236
I 1831.—Expenses of
297
1832.—Expenses of
386
Collectors.—(See Custom-house officers.)
Collector of the customs'at Philadelphia relative .to deposites.—Instructions to
36.8
Collectors not to recefve bank notes of a less denomination than
$>5.-^-Circular to
678
Colleges.—Quantity c f land granted to States, for
662
Commerce with the W est Indies.—Suggestions for improvement of
15
Compensation to custom-house officers.—Relative to inequality,
&c. of*
12
wnpensation.—Recommendation that the commissions allowed
to collectors on bonds be divided between them and district
12
attorneys as
Consumption of impo: ts (see Imports.)
370, 373, 374, 3,75
Contracts made with deposite banks
Cordage, (see Duties oH.
Cordage in 1829 and 1-830—Amount of\ duties secured on
270
Correspondence of Treasury Department with Bank United States
in relation to bill of exchange oh France
505
Correspondence with the Bank United States concerning the
amount due the' Un ited States on account of the stock held in
that bank
710
Cottons, (see Duties or
Cotton recommended for protecting duties
230
Cottons in 1829 and 1830.—Amount of duty secured on
270
Cotton for various periods from 1792 to 1834.—Quantity and
value of exports of
659
:Cotton trade.—Remarks upon the importance of the
685
Credit system.—Suggestions of improvement in the mbde of collecting, duties on imports, or
15
Credit.—Remarks on tpe importance of a national bank in maintaining the public
223
Credits on revenue borbds..—Statement of the effect or operation
upon the revenue of he act of 1:4th July, 1832, abolishing long
381
Currency of the United[States.—Opinion o f L . McLane,Secretary
of theTreasury, in D(jcember, 1831, as to the important agency of
a national bank in establishing and preserving the
224, 234



INDEX.

.773

PageCurrency, on 15th April, 1834.—Recommendation of R.B. Taney,
Secretary of the Treasury, for the establishment of the
Currency, on December, 3, 1833.—Recommendation of R. B.
Taney, Secretary of the Treasury, for the establishment of the_
Currency.—Remarks of the Secretary of . the Treasury stating
present mode of keeping and disbursing the public money, as
regards the regulation of our
-0
'
Currency, in the United States and several nations of Europe, at
different periods.—Circulation in specie and paper, or
Currency in 1836.—Explanatory remarks concerning the deposite banks and the
Currency of specie, by refusing to receive, on, .the part of the
United States, bank notes o.f a less denomination than $5.—
Circular to encourage the
Currency of the United States.—Remarks on the operations of
the Mint and the
Custom-house bonds.—(See Bonds.)
Custom-house officers.—Relative to inequality, &c. of compensation to
' •
Custom-house officers.—Provision of law necessary to compel the
surrender of books and papers by attorneys, marshals, land and
Custom-house officers.—Remarks concerning the compensation to
Customs.—(See Receipts from.)
Customs.—Receipts from.—(See Receipts.)
Customs.—Estimate of receipts from.—(See Estimates.)
Customs for 1836.—Explanations of estimates of receipts from
Customs.—Relative to inadequacy of compensation to officers of
the
'
Cutter service.—Relative to pay of officers in the revenue
Cutter service.—Suggestions for thev improvement of the revenue

451
337
573
,616
646
678
694
12
12
700

631
226
92
481

P.
Damages on bill of exchange.—(See-French indemnity,)
Debentures.—(See Drawback.)
Debt in 1828.—Payments on account of public
5, 32
1829.—Payments on accounit of public
- 85. I l l
1830.—Payments on account of public
87, 253
1831.—Payments on account of public
283, 317
1832.—Payments,on account of public
377
1833.—Payments on account of public
463
1834.—Payments on account of public
627
1835.—Payments on account of public •
479
1836.—Payments on account of public
681
Debt on 1st January, 1829.—Amount and description of the funded and unfunded public
7
1830.—Amount and description of the funded and unfunded public
7,43 87
(
1831.—Amount and description of the funded and unfunded public
87, 122,219



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INDEX

Page.
Debt oil 1st January, j.832.—Amount, and description of the fund220,268
ed.and unfunded public
f833.—Amount and description of the fund286. 330
ed and unfunded public
J.834.—Amount and description of the funded and unfunded public
380,422
|835.—Amount and description_of the funded and. unfunded public
466,. 504
1836.—Amount and description of the funded an$ unfunded public
681
Debt.—Estimates in 1|329, of expenditures for present and ensuing year.on account of the public
6, 10
1830, of expenditures for present and ensuing
86, 89
year on account of the .public
1831, of expenditures for present and ensuing
219, 221
year on account of the public
1|832, of expenditures,for present and ensuing
285,288
year on account of the public
l|833, of expenditures for present, and ensuing
379
year on account of the public
1834, of expendituresrfor present and ensuing
465
year on account of the public
1|835, of expenditures for present and ensuing
629
: year on account of the public
lp3v6, of expenditures for present and ensuing
year on account of the public
681
Debt redeemable in 1829.—Amount of public
7
1530.—Amount of public
8
8
1831.—Amount of public
1832.— Amount of public
IS33.—Amount of public
1£34.—Amount of public
1£35.—Amount of public
629
1536.—Amount of public
Debt and reduction of duties.—Advantages anticipated from the
17
payment of the publ: c
Debt shall be paid.—Relative to .the fiscal operations of the Government when the public
90
Debt, (see Surplus.)—Surplus fund applied to payment of public.
Debt on the 3d March, 1833.—Calculation for the total extinguishment of the public
222
Debt.—Remarks concerning the agency of the iBank of the United
States in paying part of the public
294
Debt on 1st January, 1.834.—Calculation for the total extinguishment of the public
379
Debt be brought to the seat of Government.—Recommendation
tiiat the books and papers relating to the public
384
Debt, and not applied for. on 1st October, 1833.;—Statement of
423
moneys previously dyanced for payment of-the public
Debt.—Remarks concerning the final payment of the public
474
Debt, and amount rem lining unpaid on 1st January, 1836.- -Remarks on the final e xtinguishment of the public
62°



INDEX.

.775
Page.

Debt and army land warrants received in payment for the public
land.—Amount of certificates of public
661
Debt, funded and unfunded, and its condition in 1836.—Remarks
on expenditures on account of the public
*
.
681
Debtors to United States for duties in 1831.—Recommending relief to insolvent
235
Debtors.—Suggestion, for continuance of act for relief of insolvent
700
Denmark.—Amount of first and second instalments under treaty
with
,
283
Denmark in Treasury in 1836.—Awards under convention with
714
Deposites from the Bank of the United States, and placing them in
State banks, with names of, and instructions to, same.—Reasons of the Secretary of the Treasury, on 3d December, 18333.
for removing the'
337
Deposites of the public money in selected banks by disbursing
officers of the Government.—Regulations of the Secretary of
the Treasury approved by the President of the United States*
for
376
Deposites from the Bank of the United States.—Reasons of the
Secretary of the Treasury, on 15th April, 1834, for removing
the
"
451
Deposites in banks.—Suggestions concerning the payment of interest on
"
478
Deposite banks and the currency in 1836.—Explanatory remarks
concerning the
646
Deposite banks.—Remarks on the keeping of the public money,
and state of the
690
Deposite banks near 1st November, 1836.—Condition of the several
746
Deposite, banks near 1st June and 1st November, 1836.—Recapitulation of accounts of
758
Deposite bank, on 7th November, 1836.—Condition of the Bank
ofWooster, a
^
,759
Deposite banks on 1st December, 1836.—Amount to credit of the
Treasurer of the United States, <fcc. in the
760Deposite banks to prevent encouragement of monopolies in purchases of public lands by excessive bank credits.—Circular to
764
Deposite banks.—(See Banks.)
Depositories for the same.—Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, December, 1834, stating the present system of keeping
and disbursing the public money, and reasons for selecting
certain banks as
•
557
Depositories of the public money in 1834.—List of banks selected
as
601
Depositories >of public moneys in the District of Columbia, &c.—
List of
619
Diplomatic expenses.—(See Expenditures.)
Directors of the Bank of the United States.—Reports of Government
357, 364
Direct tax in Treasury in 1836.—Surplus proceeds of property
sold for
714



776

INDEX.

District of Columbia; when incorporated;. when selected as depositories of the Gjc
overnment: when stopped payment, and
amount then due to United States.—List of banks incorporated
by Congress in the
Dividends on stock of| the Bank of the United States.—(See Receipts from.)
Dividends on stock.—(KSee JBank of the United. States.)
Drafts of branches of the United States Bank for dues.—Circular
to collectors of customs and receivers of public money, relative
to receipt of checks or
Drawback of duties in 1828.—Debentures for
1829.—Debentures for
1830.—Debentures for1831.—Debentures for
1832.—Debentures for
Drawback.—Regulations for storing goods for the benefit of
Drawback.—Duties charged on'carriages and horses from adjaM cent foreignoterritories without benefit of
Drawback of duties, in 1829.^—Debentures for
Drawback on refined sugar in 1829.—Debentures for
Duties on imports and tonnage, (see Receipts from customs.)—
Amountof.
Duties, (see Collection.)—Expenses of collection of.
Duties on imports.—Pjan proposed by Mr. Ingham, in 1829, for
reduction of
Duties on woollen goocjs.—Construction of law relative to calcu. lating the
Duties on carriages and horses, without benefit of drawbackTravellers, from adjacent foreign territories to pay
Duties,on imports, or the credit system;—Suggestions for improvement in the mode of collecting
Duties.—Advantages anticipated from the payment of the public
debt and reduction of
Duties in 1828 on imports not produced or manufactured in the
United States.—Amount of
Duties of Great Britain for 18 9 0.—Tariff of
Duties of France for 1822.—Tariff of
Duties of Russia for 1822.—'Tariff of
Duties of Naples for 1824.—Tariff of
Duties under tariff acts of 1830.—Reduction in 1831 of
Duties, as to retain sufficient for the support of Government and
payment of the public debt—Suggestions so to regulate the reduction of
Duties, owing to different valuation of goods.—Difficulty in establishing uniformity in the
Duties, owing to the difference between the relative and true value
of foreign coins.—Inequality in
Duties, specific and1 ad valorem, and expenses of collecting same
in 1828.—Value and quantity of imports, and amount of
Duties, specific and ad valorem, and expenses of collecting same
in 1823—Value and quantity of imports, and amount of



Page.

619

618
18.

96
236
297
3.86
13
13
96
96

10
11
13
15
17
44
45
61
71
78
89
90
92
94
19
97

INDEX.

.777

Duties, specific and ad valorem, and expenses of collecting same
-in 1830.—Value and quantity of imports, and amount of
237
Duties, specific and ad valorem, and expenses of collecting same
in 1831.—Value and quantity bf imports, and amount of
298
Duties, specific and ad valorem, and expenses of collecting same
in 1832.—Value and quantity of imports, and amount of
388
Duties on enumerated articles in 1828.—Quantity and amount of
20
1829. —Gluantity and amount of
98
1830.— Quantity and amount of
238
1831.—Quantity'and amount of
299
1832.-^Quantity and amount of
388
Duties to subserve the wants of the Government after the, payment
of the public debt.—Propriety of a revision and alteration of the
tariff of
226,229
Duties in 1831.—Amount and prospect of payment of bonds for
234
Duties secured on woollen goods, wool, cottons, iron, hemp, cordage, and su<rar, in 1829 and 1830.—Amount of
269
s
Duties to be refunded under act of 14th'July, 1832.—Estimate of
287
Duties to. the wants of the Government.—Suggestions in 1832 for
the reduction of
28.8
Duties. -Considerations regarding the execution of the act of
14th July, 1832, for refunding certain
292
Duties under act of 14th July, 1832.—Effect upon the revenue of
short credits and cash
381
Duties in 1834.—Opinion that the,revenue would not admit of
any reduction of
383
Duties for , protection only should be abandoned.—Suggestions
that
384
Duties, and free of duty, in 1S32,1833,1834, and 1835.—Value
655
of exports, and consumption and value of imports paying
Duties on imports, so as to reduce them to the wants of the Government.—Suggestions for change of
687
Duty, in each year, from 1821 to 1829, inclusive.—Value and
quantity of merchandise free of
124
Duty ad valorem, from 1821 to 1829, inclusive.—Value and quantity of merchandise subject to
129
Duly, specific, from 1821 to 1829, inclusive.—Value and quantity
of merchandise subject to
/
139
E.
Edgar & Macomb, at New York, in 1787.—Amount of stock
issued at the Treasury for lands sold to
Effective, (see Funds.)—Funds not.
Estimated balances, (see Balances.)
Estimates of receipts for present year, in, 1829
1830
1831
1832
1833
1834



271
6
86
218
284
378
-464

778'

INDEX,
Page.

Estimates of receipts | for present year, in 1S35.
1836

1
Estimates of receipts for ensuing-- year, in 1829
1830
'I
1831
1832
1833
1834
1835
I1836
Estimates for 1837.—Explanation of the
Estimate of expenditiues for present year, in 1829
1830;
1831
1832
1833
1834
1835
1836
Estimates for 1836, wnth suggestions on probable changes, to
1842.—Explanation; of the
Estimate of expenditui for ensuing year, in 1829
i|es
1830
1831
1832
1833
1834
,
1835
''
1836
Estimates of revenue.4—Considerations connected with receipts
from sales of lands ajnd from customs, to be taken into view in
future
Estimates of revenue, -Remarks relative to the operations of land
sales, and reduction of duties under the tariff,'on the
Estimates, appropriations, and expenditures, for 1832,-'3,-'4
Estimates of receipts from public lands for 1836.—Explanation of
Estimates of receipts as: to customs and lands for 1836.—Difficulties in,
Estimates of receipts from miscellaneous sources for 1836.—Explanation of
Estimate of expenditures for 1836.—Explanation of the
Estimates, appropriations, receipts, and expenditures, for 1833; '4,
and '5.—Statement of
Europe, at different peiiods.—Circulation in specie arid paper, or
currency in the United States and several nations of
Europe in 1824.—Curr :ncy of
Europe and America ir 1829. -Currency of
Exchanges by the branc hes of the Bank of United States in 1832,
'3, and '4.—Amount of domestic
Expenditures, (see Esti mates of.)
Expenditures, including public debt, for 1827



628
679
9,10
88

220

286

380
466
629
682
683
6

86

218
284
378
464
628
679

631
9, 10
88

221

286380
466
629

682
90

470
535
637
639
640
641
654
6f6
617
617
615
5

INI)EX,

779
Page.

Expenditures, including- public debt for 1828
5, 27
1829,
85, 105
lflSO
,217,246
1831
283, 310, 377
1832
377= 400,' 535
1833
463,484/535
1834
627
1835
679
three quarters of 1836
703
Expenditures, civil, diplomatic and miscellaneous, for 1828
5, 27
1829
85,'105
1830
217, .246
1831
283,310
1832
377,400
1833
463,484
1834
627
1835
679
Expenditures, civil, miscellaneous, and diplomatic, for three
quarters of 1836
703
Expenditures, military service, ihcludingfortifications, ordnance,
Indian affairs, pensions, and arming militia, for
1828
5, 28
1829
85,106
1830
217,247
1831
283, 311
1832
377,402
1833
463, 486
1834
627
1835
679
Expenditures, military service, including fortifications, ordnance,
Indian affairs, and arming militia, for three quarters of 1836
704
Expenditures, navai service, gradual increase, &c., for 1828
5, 31
1829
85, 110
1830
217,2.52
1831
283,315
1832:
377. 406
1833
463, 493
1834
627
1835
679
Expenditures, naval service, gradual increase, &c., for three
quarters of 1836
711
Expenditure on account of the public debt in 1828
5r32
1829,
85, 111
1830
217,253
1831
283, 317
1832
- 377,408
1833
463,494
1834
627
1835
679
Expenditure on account of the public' debt for .three, quarters of
1836
680
Expenditures.—Remarks relative to the powers exercised by the
Treasury regarding incidental
11




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INDEX,
Page,

Expenditu.res for 1832 -'3,-4.-—Estimates, appropriations, and
Expenditures in each State in LS34.—Statement of the appropriations, collections, a Lid
Expenditures for 1836 -Explanation of the estimate of
Expenditures, for 1833 '4,-5.—Statement of estimates, appropriations, receipts, and
Expenses of collecting} the revenue, (see Duties.)
Exported from 1821 ,o 1829, inclusive.—Quantity and value of
foreign merchandise
Exported from 1821 tc 1829, inclusive—Total value of foreign
merchandise
Exported in 1834.—Ajnount of bullion and specie imported and
Exports in 1829.—Estimated amount or value of
1830.—Estimated amount or value of
siimated amount or value of
1831.—Es
stimated amount pr value of
1832.—Es
1833.—Esstimated amount or value of
1834.—Estimated am'ount or value of
1835.—Estimated amount or value of
1836.—Estimated amount or value df
Exports and consumpllion for 1^832,-'3,-'4, and '5.-^Value of imports free and pay in ^ duty, and value pf
Exports, and consumption of foreign merchandise, from 1789 to
^tatement of imports
1835, inclusive.—St
Exports, and value of exports of domestic produce, from 1789 to
-1835.—Statement of• the whole value of
Exports of co.tton for a
\\arious periods from 1792 to 1834.—Quantity and value of

Fees of office, (see Compensation.)
Finances for 1829, b} S. D. Ingham, Secretary.—Report on the
1830, b} S. D. Ingham, Secretary.—Report on the
1831, by Louis McLane, Secretary.—Report c>n the
1832, by Louis.McLane, Secretary—Report on the
1833,by Roger B. Taney, Secretary.—Report on the
1834, by Levi Woodbury, Secretary.—Report on the
1835, by.Levi Woodbury, Secretary.—Report on the
1836, by Levi Woodbury, Secretary.—Report on the
Finances.—Remarks elative to the acts requiring from the Secretary of the ^Freasn ry an annual report on the
Fire-proof building.,—Relative to loss of valuable papers by the
destruction of the Treasury building, and the necessity for providing a
^
Fiscal.operations of the Government when the public debt shall
be paid.—Remarks relative-to
Fiscal year.—The Secretary of the Treasury, recommends a
change in the
Fiscal year.—Suggestion for a change in the
Fish.—Relative to" duty on salt, and drawback on pickled



535
608
641
654
174
216
625
9
88
220
287
381
467
631
684
655
656
658
659

5
85
217
283
377
463
627
679
223
385
90
479
701
93

INDEX.
Pish imported from 1821 to 1829, inclusive.—Quantity and value
of
=
Fish exported from 1821 to 1829, inclusive.—Quantity and value
of
Fisheries.—Remarks relative to bounties on vessels employed in
the
Fisheries in 1828.—Bounties and allowances to vessels employed
in the
1829.—Bounties and allowances to vessels employed
in the
1830.—Bcjunties and allowances to vessels employed
in the
1831.—Bounties and allowances to vessels employed
in the
1832.—Bounties and allowances to vessels employed
in the
Fishing vessels.—Regulation of licenses for coasting and
Foreign coin has upon the duties on imports.—Effect that relative and true value of
Foreign merchants.—Suggestions for establishing, a fair competition in trade between American and
Fortifications, &c., military service, (see Expenditures.)
Fortifications.—Remarks as to cause for reduction of appropriations for
France for 1832.—Tariff of duties of
France.—The Secretary of the Treasury complains that the Bank
of the United States had seized upon dividends upon stock, to
secure the amount of damages on protested bills of exchange
for the indemnity from
France.—Loss to the United States by the discriminating duties
in favor of silks and wines of
Franbe.—Correspondence and statement of the charges5 by the
Bank of the United States, for damages and other costs on the
bill of exchange for the' indemnity lrom
France at different periods.—Currency of
France in 1836.-^Re'ceipts and payments on account of indemnity from
^
France.—Remarks concerning the reception of instalments due
under the treaty with
Frauds on the revenue by smuggling.—Suggestions for preventing
Frauds on the revenue -by smuggling spices.—Suggestions for
preventingFrauds in purchase of the public-lands.—Circular to prevent
Free of duty in each year from 1821 to 1829, inclusive.—Yalue
and quantity of merchandise Fund, (see Surplus fund.)
Funded and unfunded debt, (see Debt.)
Funds not effective in 1829
1830
.
Funds not effective or available in 1831
«
1832



.781
Page,

170
214
12
18
96
236
297
386
12
94
94
472
61

468
476
509
617
681
700
13
91
764
124
6
86
218
284

782

INDEX.

Funds not effective ir available in 1833
1834
,
1835
1836'

Page.

-

379
475
628
680

Go
Gales & Seaton.—Pecuniary transactions of Messrs.
363
Ghent, in Treasury in 1836.—Balance of awards under treaty of
714
Gold coins of value of one dollar.—Recommendation for authorizing the,making of
479
Gold and silver cur rency in the United States, and various other
countries, at different periods.—Amount of
616
Gold .and. silver bullion and specie imported into the- United
States in1833-'4.-j-Amount of
*
620
Gold and silver bullion and specie in 1833-4—Amount of imports and exports of
625
Great Britain in 1830.—Tariff of duties of
45
Great Britain—Relative and true value of the pound sterling of
94
Great Britain at different periods.—Condition of the Bank of
England, and currency of
602, 616
H.

Hemp.—(See Duties on.)
Hemp recommended for protecting duties
830.—Amount of duties on ~
Hemp in 1829 and* l:
Holland in 1830—C jrrehcy of
Hospital fund in tru .st in Treasury in 1836.—Amount of navy
• Hospitals,—Relative ;o sites for marine
I.
Illicit trade with adjacent foreign territories.—Suggestions to prevent
Imported and on tonnage in 1828.—^Quantity and amount of duty on enumerated e.rticles
r
Imported arid on tonnage in 1829.—Quantity apd amount of duty on enumerated articles
Imported and on tonr age in 1830.—Quantity and amount of duty on enumerated,exticles
Imported and on tonn age-in 1831.—Quantity and amount of duty on enumerated articles
Imported and on tonnage in 1832—Quantity and amount of duty on enumerated EJticles
Imported into the United States in 1833-4*—Amount of gold and
silver bullion and s pecie
Imports for year ending Sep. 30,1830.—Estimated am't or value of
r
183L—Estimated am't or value of
1832.—Estimated am't or value of

1833.^Estimated am't or value of


230
270
617
714
701

13
20
98
238
298
.388
^
'620
88
220
287
381

INDEX.

.783
Page.

Imports for year ending Sep, 30,. 1834.—Estimated am't or value of
1835.—Estimated am't or value of
1836.—Estimated am't or value of
Imports from adjacent foreign territories, to prevent illicit trade.—
Suggestions for .the regulation of
Imports, the like of which'arejnot produced or manufactured in the
United States.—Amount of duties in 1828,s on .enumerated
articles of
Imports in each year, from 1821 to 1829, inclusive1—Value and
quantity of
Imports in each year:, from 1821 to 1829, inclusive.—Total value
of all
'
Imports, &c—Comparison of increase of population with the consumption of
Imports free and paying duty, for 1832-3-4, and '5.—Value of exports and consumption, and value of
Imports, exports, and consumption of foreign merchandise from
1790 to 1835, inclusive.—Statement of
Improvements to a proper extent.—Remarks on propriety of encouraging internal
Incidental receipts, (see Receipts.)
Indian affairs, military service, &c., (see Expenditures.)
Indians—Remarks on cause for reduction of-appropriations for
Indian schools in Treasury, in 1836.—Funds for support of
Insolvent debtors to United States, for duties in 183,5, &c.—Recommending relief to
Insolvent debtors.-—Suggestion for continuance of act for relief of
Interest on deposites, in banks.—Remarks on subject of demanding
Internal improvements and other objects.of a general n a t u r e Remarks on necessity for retaining means to provide, for works
classed as
'
Ireland in 1832.,—Currency of
Iron.—(See Duties on.)
Iron recommended for protecting duties
Iron in 1829 and 1830.—Amount of duties secured on

467
631
684
13
44
124
173
633
655
656
233
472
714
235
700
478
472
617
230
270

J,
Judiciary, instead of Congress and the Executive, to make appropriations, by legalizing the seizure by the Bank of the United
States of funds in its own hands.—The Secretary of the Treasury complains of a probable undue exercise of power by the

470

L.
Land granted as bounties during the late war,, arid to certain
States and Territories, for colleges, roads and canals, seats of
Government, saline reservations, and common schools, to
October, 1835.—Total quantity of
Land Office, of the operations of that office in 1831.—Annual
report of the Commissioner of the General
of the operationsaof that office in 1832.—Annual
report of the Commissioner of the General



662
271
f_331

m

INDEX,

Page,
Land* Office, of the operations of that office in 1833.—Annual
report of the Commissioner of the General
428
of the, operations of that office in 1834.—Annual
report of the Commissioner of the General
537
Land Office in 1831—Considerations showing the necessity
of additional aid in :he General
^
273, 281
Land Office in 4833,—Considerations showing the necessity
of additional'aid in the General
430
Land Office^—Precautions against the destruction by fire of the
archives, title-papers, &c., in the General
430
Land Office, and means necessary to bring them up.—Statement
of arrears of business in the General
433
Land Office.—Remarks of the Secretary of the Treasury, relative
to the increased business and operations of the General
482
Land Office.—Remarks concerning the business and supervision
of the Treasury Department over the General
699
Land patents for the President.—Additional labor, in the General
Land Office, caused by the law authorizing a secretary to sign
430
Land cases.—Difficulties, from the want in the General Land
Office of the statutes and the reports of adjudicated decisions
of courts in the several States in
431
Land office in Indiana, in 1831.—Recommending an additional
273
Land offices in 1830 ar d 1831.—Amount of registers and receivers'returns, and operations of the several
276, 278
in 1831 and 1832.—Amount of registers and receivers' returns, and operations of the several
333, 335
in 1832 arid 1833.—Amount of registers and receivers' returns, and operations of the several
435, 437
in 1833 and 1834.—Amount of registers and receivers' returns, and operations of the several
540, 542
Lands in 1S31.—Operations and difficulties of the offices of Surveyors General of public
271
in 1832.—Operations and difficulties of the offices of Surveyors General of public
331
in 1833.—Recommendation of additional provision for
surveying the public
432
Land officers.—Provision of law necessary to-compel the surrender of books and papers by attorneys, marshals, custom-house
1
and
12
Lands.—Receipts from kale of, (see Receipts.)
Land, and quantity sold.—Receipts in cash and scrip, and incidental expenses, from sale of public:
in 1828^
5,24
in 1S29
85, 102
in 1830
217,242
in 1831
283, 305
in 1832
377,395
in 1833
463,548
in 1834
t627
in 1835
679
in three quarters of 1836
679




INDEX.
Lands, for present and ensuing year, in 1829.—Estimate of receipts from public, (see Estimates.)
Lands, to the States in which they lie, and distribution of the proceeds among the several States.—Recommendation for the sale
of the public
Lands United States1.—Payments on lands sold .prior to. July 1,
1820, under act of March 31, 1830, and supplemental act of
February 25, 1831, for relief of purchasers of public lands,
and suppression of fraudulent practices at the public sales of
Land sold at each land officeimder the cash system, from July 1,
, 1820, to December 31,-1832.--Quantity o f
'''
Land sold, amount jpaid therefor, <fcc., from 1787 to 183$.—Nett
quantity of public
Land prior to opening the land offices in, I787rl792, and 1796.—
Statement of special sales of public
...
Lands to October. 1835.-:—Amount of public debt, army land
warrants, United States and -Mississippi stock,, forfeited land
stock, and military scr-ip received in payment for the public
Lands.—Circular to receivers of public moneys, and to^ deposite
banks, relative to excessive credits, and encouragement given
thereby to frauds,'speculations, and monopolies in the purchase
of the public
,t
Lands for 1836.— Explanation of estimates of receipts from
Land scrip in paynient for lands, at the,land offices in Ohio and
Indiana.—Suspicion of fraud in-the reception of an undue portion of
Land scrip received in payment for lands in Ohio, Indiana, and
Illinois, in 1830, ,1831. 1832. and first three -quarters-of 18,33.Amount of military bounty
Land stock issued to Septemher- 30. 183.1.—Total amount of forfeited
,
'
'
Land stock issued under acts May 23,1828, March 31, 1830, and
July 9, 1832: and. also, the amount received in payment to
September 31, 1833. -Amount of
'
"Land stock and military land scrip issued and surrendered to
.
September 30, -1834.—Statement of amount of forfeited
Land warrants issued to November 14, 1831.—Quantity and
amount of scrip issued for Virginia and United-States military
Land warrants issued to November 30,1833.—Provision for satisfying Virginia and-United States military"
Land, warrants satisfied with scrip . quantity of land for which
scrip has been issued r amount in money. number of certificates
of scrip issued under acts May 30, 1830, July 13, 1832, and
March 2, 1833, to November. 1833.—Number of each descrip„ tion of
Land warrants satisfied. with scrip quantity of land for which
scrip has been;issued .. amount in mgney.. number of certificates
of scrip issued under said acts to November 15, 1834.—Number of each description of
Laws, and their due execution.—Considerations regarding the
necessity for enacting conciliatory
Digitized for VOL, iii —50
FRASER


.785
Pag e

227

280
438
660
661
661

764
636
429
449
271
444
544
281
429

448

546
232

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INDEX,
Page-

fishing vessels - -Remarks concerning
Licenses for coasting
£the regulation of
ouses.- •Remarks concerning the number
Light-boats and
and utility of
Light-houses.—Rernarp-relating to the improvement and regulation of
-

12
482
652

M..
Machinery has upon h uman economy and labor.—Considerations
regarding the effect that
16
Macomb at New York in 1787.—Amount of' stock issued at-.the
Treasury, for lands sold to Edgar and
271
Manufactures to a certiin extent.—Propriety of protecting American
,
229,290
Manufactures merely Are to be abandoned.—Suggestions -that, du384
ties for the protection of
Marine hospitals.—Relative, to sites for
7Q1
Marshals, custom-house and land officers.—Provision of law: necessary to. compel the' surrender of books and papers by attorneys
12
Measures.—Relative t(j> the preparation of the new weights and
481
Merchandise.—(See Imports.)
Merchandise in the, Treasury in 1836.—Amount of unclaimed
714
Military service.—(See Estimates "and. expenditures for.)
Militia, &c.,/military service.—(See Estimates and expenditures
for.)
Millrea of Portugal.—Relative and true value of the
94
Ministers in foreign countries.—Relative to the inadequacy of
compensation of public
227
Mint.—Information concerning the operations and suggestions
for the proper regulation of the
480
Mint, and specie in ba:iks, circulation, &c.—Remarks concerning
the currency, operations of the,
694
Mint on December 1, 1836.—Amount to credit of Treasurer in
the
762
Miscellaneous expensed.—(See Estimates and expenditures.)
Mississippi stock received in payment- for the public lands to October, 1835;—Amount of
661
Molasses in 1828.—Quantity and amount of duty on
19
Money power of" the Government, to regulate the unequal action.
of capital.—Considerations regarding the
16
N.
Naples in 1824.—Tariff of duties- of
78
Naples received and awarded in 1835.—Indemnity from
679, 681
Naples.—Relative to payment of third instalment under- treaty
1
with
»
701
Naval service, including the gradual increase of the navy.-—(See
Estimates and expenditures for.)



INDEX.

.787
Page.

Navigating interest,, and its depression in 1830.—Remarks concerning the
Navigating interest.—Suggestions for the improvement of the
Navy pension fundj in trust in the Treasury in 1836.—Amount of
Navy hospital fund, in trust in the Treasury in 1836.—Amount of

90
231
714
714

O.
Officers of the customs.—Relative to compensation to
Officers of the customs.—Remarks concerning the compensation
to
,
Ordnance, &c., military servicc.-^(See Expenditures.)

1'2, 226
700

P.

Passports and clearances iii 1828—Duties on
1829.—Duties on
1830.—Duties on 1831.—Duties on
Patent Office in 1836.—Receipts and expenditures on account of
'the
'
Pensioners.—Cause of reduction of appropriation for
Pension funds in 1836.—Amount of navy and privateer
Pensions, military service, &c.—{See Expenditures.)
Population with" the consumption of imports; &c.-^-Comparison
of increase of
Portugal.—Relative and-true value of the millrea of
Post Office in 1836.—Receipts and expenditures on account of the
General
Pound sterling of Great Britain.—Relative and true value of the
Power of the Government to regulate the unequal action of capital.—Considerations regarding the money
,
Powers not defined bylaw, as regards the custom-houses and land
offices.—Remarks relative to the exercise of
Privateer pension fund in 1836.—Amount of
Protested bill of exchange.—(See "French indemnity.)
Prussia at different periods.—Currency of
Public debt.^-(See Debt.)
Public money.—(See Deposites.)

18
96
236
297
681
472
714
633
94
681
94
16
11
714
617

a
Quantities of merchandise:-^(See Value.)
R.
Receipts.—(See Estimates of.)
into the Treasury from all sources'in -1827
1828
1829
1830



-

5
5,85
- 85,217
- 217,283

788

INDEX.
Page.

Receipts into the Treashry from all sources in 1831
283, 377
377, 463
1832
463, 627
1833
627
1834
679
1835
into the Treasury from all sources for 3 quarters of 1836.
679
and estimate for fourth quarter
5, 18
Receipts from customs in 1828
85, 96
"I
1829
217, 236
1830
283, 297
1831
377, 386
1832
463, 627
1833
627
1834
679
1835
from customs for 3 quarters of 1836, and estimate for
679
fourth! quarter
Receipts from lands in 1828
5, 24
1829
33,85,102
/I' 1830
217,242
1831
283,305
•'
1832
377,395
1833
463,627
. 1834 t
627
1835
679
from lands for 3 quarters, of 1836, and estimate for
fgurth quarter
679
Receipts from barik stock in 1828
5, 26
1829
•
85
J 830
217
1831
283
1832
377
1833
463
1834
627
1835
679




!

k for 3 quarters of 1836, and estimate for
;er
679
828
5
829
85
830
217
831
283
is, other than customs and estiinated for
rter
835
834
833
832quarters of 1836, and lands, in 1831 35, 463
3
1829
18281830
377
627
309
246
679
104
26

INDEX.

.789
Page.

Receipts from all sources, other than customs and lands, in 1832
1833
1834
1835
from all sources, other than customs, and lands from 1st
January, to 30th September, 1836
Receipts, appropriations, and expendituresin each State in 1834.—
Statement of
.
,Receipts from customsin 1836.—Explanations of the estimates of
Receipts and expenditures in 1833/ 4, and '5.—General statement,
of estimates, appropriations
Receipts and expenditures on account of the Post Office Depart.
ment in 1836
Receipts in Treasury held in trust for certain objects in 1836
Receivers of public ! money relative to receipt of checks or drafts
of branches of the Bank of the United States.—Circular to all
Receivers of public money, to prevent frauds, speculations, and
monopolies, in thle purchase of the public lands.—Circular to
deposite banks and
R evenue.—{See Receipts.)
Revenue laws recommended.-r-Modification of.
Revenue.—Considerations taken into view in 1830, as regards future estimates of the
Revenue to the wants of the Government, after the payment of the
public debt.—Observations regarding the reduction of the
Revenue cutter service.—Relative to pay of officers in the
Revenue cutter service.—Suggestions for the improvement of the
Revolution.—Further provision recommended for the soldiers of the
Roads and canals to a proper extent.'—Expediency.of encouraging
the construction of
Roads and canals.—Quantity of lands granted to States and Territories for
Russia at different periods.—Currency of
Russia for 1822.—Tariff of duties of
-

399
483
627
679
713
608
631
654
681
714
618
764
12
90
224
92
481
227
233
662
617
71

S.
Saline reservations.—Quantity of land granted to States for
Salt in 1828.—Quantity, and amount of duty on
1829.—Quantity and amount of duty on
1830.—Quantity and amount of.duty on
1831.—Quantity and amount of duty on
1832.—Quantity and amount of duty on
Salt and drawback on pickled fish.—Relative to duty on
Salt imported into: United Stated from 1821 to 1829, inclusive.-Quantity and value of
Salt exported from 1821 to 1829, inclusive.—Quantity and value
of
.
'
Schools.-^Quantity of land granted to States for common
Scotland -in 1832.—Currency of
Scrip.—(See Lands.)



662
19
97, 98
238
299
389
92
166
210
662
617

790

•INDEX.
Pag-.e

Seats of Go.veriim'ent.— Quantity of land granted to States for
Selected State banks.—Report of Secretary of the Treasury, December,, 1834, on the present system of keeping and disbursing
the public money in •
Selected as depositories of the public money.—List of banks
Sefected banks.—|(S.ee Banks.)
Sicilies, in Treasury in'L836.—Amount of awards, under the convention with thje King of the Two
Silks and jvines.-4-Loss to United States by discriminating duties
in favor of French
Sinking fund act in 1820.—Reserved under the.
Sinking fund in 1830.- Estimate of sum anticipated to be at the
disposal of the qommi ssioners of the
Sinking fund in 1830.- Funds placed at the disposal of the commissioners of thje
Smuggling or illicjit trad e with adjacent foreign territories.—Suggestions for preventing
South Carolina inlresisti ng the execution of the revenue laws in
1832.—Relativej to steps taken to counteract the measures o f
Spain in 1782.—Cjurrency of
Spain in 1836.—Receipts and playments on account of indemnity
by

Specie imported into United States in each year, from 1821 to
1829, inclusive
.Specie exported frbm 18^1 to 1829, inclusive.—Amount of
Specie imported irito United States .in 1833-4.—Amount of gold
and silver bullion and*
Specie imported and exported in 1833 4.—Amount of gold and
silver bullion and
sceive, on the part of the United States,
Specie, by refusing to re
. bank notes of ai less denomination than $5.—Circular to encourage the circulation'of
Specie in banks, circulation, &c., in 1836.—Remarks .concerning,
the currency, operations of the'mint, and
Specie in circulation anc. banks in 1833-'4-'5-'6
Spices.—Suggestions for preventing frauds on revenue by smuggling, and for reducing duties on
Spirits in 1828.—Quant: ty and amount of duty on
1829.—Gluantity and amount of duty on
1830.—(Quantity and amount of duty on
1831.—Gluantity and amount of duty on
1832.—Quant: ty and amount of duty on
Spirits imported into Un ted States from 1821 to 1829, inclusive,
—Quantity and value of
Spirits exported fromJ 321 to 1829, inclusive.—Quantity and
value of
Spirits and refinedj sugar in 1828.—Drawback on distilled
_ 1829.—Drawback on distilled
1830.—Drawback on distilled
1831.—Drawback on distilled
1832.—Drawback on distilled.



662
557
601
714
476
10
88
13
295
617

681
128
176

620
625
678
694
696
91
19
98
238
299
388
143
190
1-8

96
236
297
38.6

INDEX.

.791
Page.

State banks.—(See Banks.)
State~ in 1S34.—Statement of appropriations, expenditures, • and
collections irl each
608
States and Territories, for colleges, roads and canals, seats of
Government, saline reservations, and common schools.—Quantity of land granted to certain
662
Steamboats for the preservation of life and property.—Remarks
relative to regulation of
^
_
700
Stocks constituting the public funded debt in 1829
7
1830
7, 43,87
1831
87, 122, 219
1832
220,268
1833
286,330
1834
380,422.
1835
466,504
1836
681
Stock of Bank United States, for payment of public debt in 1833.
—Disposal of shares of the
222
Stocks to meet appropriations in case of deficiency in the Treasury.—Suggestion to empower the Secretary to sell bank and*
477
canal
"
"
'
Stocks owned by the United States.—List of canal and bank
536
Stock received in payment for public land.—Amount of Mississippi and United States stock and forfeited land
661
Stock in that bank.—Correspondence with the Bank of United
States relative to
663;
Stock—(See Land)—Forfeited land.
Stock of—(See Banjk United States.)'
Storing goods for benefit of drawback..—Regulations for
13
Sugar in 1828.—Quantity and amount of duty on
19
1829,.—Quantity and amount of duty on
97, 98
1830.—Quantity and amount of-duty on
238
1831—Quantity and amount of duty on
299
1832.-^Qiaantity and amount of duty on
388
Sugar imported into the United States from 1821 to 1829, inclusive.—Quantity and value of
147
Sugar exported from 1821 to 1829, inclusive.—Quantity and value of
194
Sugar recommended for protecting duty
230;
Sugar in 1829 and 1830.—Amount, of duty secured on
270
18Sugar in 1828.—Drawback on distilled spirits and refined
1829.—"Drawback on distilled spirits and refined
9&
1830.—Drawback on distilled spirits and refined
236
1831.—Drawback on distilled spirits and refined
297
1832.—Drawback on distilled spirits and refined
386
Surplus fund on 1st January,. 1830-.—Amount carried to the
7
1831.—Amount carried to the
87
1832;—Amount carried to the
219
1833.—Amount-carried to the
285
r
1834.—Amount carried to the
379

1835.—Amount carried to the
465.

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INDEX,

Surplus fund on 1st Jajiuary, 1836.—Amount carried to the
1837.—Amount carried to the
Surplus revenues-Considerations regarding the disposition of
Surplus in the Treasury in banks, on interest, or invest it in safe
stocks, for the purpose of income or revenue.--Suggestion for
deposite of
Surplus in the Treasury in 1836.—Explanation relating to the
Surplus in the Trjeasury in 1836, and suggestions for the disposition of it.—Remarks concerning the
Survey of the coast to the care of the Navy Department.—Relative to the transfer of
Surveyors "General of public lands, and operations of those offices
in 1831— Additional clerks'required in the offices of
Surveyors General of public lands, and operations of those offices
in 1832.—Additional clerks required in the offices of

Page.
628'
'681

228
477
643
'686

482
271
331

T
Tariff.—(See Duties on imports.)
Tariff of duties o|f Great Britain in 1835
45
France in 1822
61
Russia in 1822
71
, Naples in 1824
78
Tariff acts of 1830.—Reduction of duties under
89
Tariff of duties eqpal to the necessities of the Government:—Considerations shoying tie "propriety of rendering the
229, 289
Tariff of duties for.protection of .manufactures.merely, sjbould. be
. abandoned—Suggestions that a
384
Tariff act of 183$.- Inconveniences arising from not repealing
the
700
Tax in the Treasury in 1836.—Surplus proceeds of property sold
for direct
-I
714
Teas imported in 1828.- -Quantity and amount of duty on
19
'1829.- -Quantity and amount of duty on
97, 98
jl S30.-J— Quantity and amount of duty on
238
1831, Quantity and amount of duty 011
299
1832. -Quantity and amount of duty on
388
Teas imported in each 3 ear from 1821 to 1829, inclusive.—Quantity and value of
145
Teas exported from 182|L to 1829, inclusive.- -Qu an tity and value
of
192
Tonnage, (see Duties.)-j-Duties on imports and.
Tonnage and ligljt money in 1828.—Amount of duties on
18
1829.—Amount of duties on
96
1830'.—Amount of duties on
236
1831.---Amount of duties on
297
1832.—Amount of ditties 011
386
Tonnage employed in foreign trade in 1828.—Quantity of
18
1
- '
'
1829.—Quantity of
96
1
1830.—Quantity of
236
297
1831.—Quantity of



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"'93
Page.

Tonnage employed in foreign trade in 1832.—Quantity of
Trade with adjacent 'foreign territories.—Suggestions for the regulation of3 and to prevent illicit
Trade to prevent, smuggling.—Suggestions- for regulating the
coasting
Trade with the West Indies.—Suggestions for improvement of
Travellers from adjacent foreign territories are obliged to pay
duties on carriages and horses without benefit of drawback
Treasury building, and the necessity for providing a fire-proof
building.—Relative to the loss of valuable papers by the destruction of the '
Treasury office on an enlarged scale, and fire-proof.—Recommendation for rebuilding
Treasury warrant.:—Form of
Treasury Department.—Concerning the reorganization of the
Trust for certain objects.—Receipts into the Treasury held in

380
13
15
13
3S5
482
603
701
714

U.
Unavailable funds.—^(See Funds.)

Valuation or appraisement'of goods under act 28th May, 1830.—
Difficulties existing in the
Valuation of goods—Difficulty in establishing uniformity in the
duties owing to different
Value of goods be taken at the place of importation, and hot according to foreign'invoice.—Recommendation that the
Value and quantity of merchandise on which duties accrued in
1828
Value and quantity of merchandise on which duties accrued in
1829
'
'
Value and quantity of merchandise on which duties accrued in
1830
Value, and quantity ;of merchandise on which duties accrued in
1831
Value and quantity of merchandise.,on which duties accrued in
1832
'
Value of all imports from 1821 to 1829, inclusive.—Total
Value of foreign merchandise exported from United States, from
1821 to 1829, inclusive.—Quantity and
Value of imports paying duty and free of duty, and value of exports and consumption for 1832, 1833, 1834, and 1835.—Statement of the
o
Value from year to year, (see Imports—Exports.)—Estimated.
Vessels.—-Regulation of licenses for coasting and
fishing
Virginia and United States military land warrants.—(See Lands.)




91
92
94
19
97
237
298
387
173
174
655
12

INDEX.
Page.

W.

13
W arehouses for stbring' ^oodSj &c. recommended.—The erection of
603
Warrant.—Formlof Treasury
Warrants, <fcc. received in payment for public lands.—Amount of
661
military land -|
Warrants.—(See Lands
481
Weights and measures.—Relative to the preparation of the new
West Indies.—Su'ggesti Dns for improvement of trade with the
15
Wines in 1828, {Quantity and amount of duty on
'~
19
97, 98
1829.-4-Q.uar tity and amount of duty on
237, 238
1830.-4Quar tity and amount of duty on
298, 299
1831.-|Quar tity and amount of duty on
1°832.-^-Quantity and amount of duty on
387, 388
Wines imported; from 1821 to 1829, inclusiye.—Quantity and
142
value of
j
Wines exported jfrom 1821 to 1829, inclusive—Quantity and
value of
j
189
Wines—Loss to |the United States by discriminating duties in
476
favor of French silks and
230
Wool and woollen goods recommended for protecting duties
Wool and woollens in 829 and 1830.—Amount of duty secured
269
Woollen goods.—[(See "^uties on.)





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