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23d

CONGRESS,

DOC.

NO.

39.

"

1st Session.

Ho. or REPS.

Treas. Dept.

BANKS IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

LETTER
FROM

THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY,
Til t>SM!TTINQ

Returns of the incorporated Banks of the District of Columbia, showing
the state of their affairs at the close of the year 1833.
JANUARY 14,

1834.

Read, and laid upon the table.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT,

January 10, 1834.
SIR : I have the honor to transmit, herewith, copies of the returns
rendered to this department, agreeably to law, by the incorporated banks
in the District of Columbia, showing the state of their affairs at the close
of the year 1833.
I have the honor to remain,
Very respectfully,
Your obedient servant,
R. B. TANEY,
Secretary of the Treasury.
The Hon. A. STEVENSON,

Speaker of the House of Representatives.




ANNUAL

STATEMENT

of the Bank of the Metropolis on the Gth day of January, 1834, made to the Secretary
of the Treasury, in compliance with the charter.

Capital paid in
Noti'.s in circulation
Due to banks
Treasurer of the United States
Due to depositors
Due for dividends
Surplus*

2500,000 00
160/283 00
146,5S1 11
370,687 75
286,645 C8
10,917 15
29,055 67

Bills and notes discounted
Stocks of various kinds
Real estate
Due from banks
Notes of other banks
Specie
.
.
.

51,504,120 36

8755,476
216,822
25,131
270,435
26,728
209,524

78
92
90
86
00
90

81,504,120 36

GEORGE THOMAS, Cashier.

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over in suit,

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STATEMENT

exhibiting the situation of the Bank of Washington, 31 st Decenibcr, 1833, inclusive.

To capital stock paid in notes in circulation
.
.
.
balances due to banks
amount to credit of individual depositors
amount to the credit of depositors in
saving fund
receipts for discount, house rent, and
interest
.
.
.
.
amount to credit of surplus fund, alter
paying dividend to 1st Nowmber
other debts




.

.

.

.

S479J20
113,162
43.450
' 45,439

00
00
71
31

3 4 , 8 8 8 39
1,449 45

By specie
notes and checks of other hanks, viz.
Hank of the United States, its Branches,
and Northern banks
banks of the District hanks of Virginia
.
.
.
District Corporation notes
balances due by banks
stock of this hank received in payment

114 38
2 4 , 7 0 4 91

o f d e b t s.
p r o f i t a n d l o s s

.

.
.

8 2 8 , 0 3 1 28

G.I 89
40.954
325
1,941
20,249
.

.

.

stock of various incorporated companies,
par value, g83.504 ,V,, received in
payment of debts, at
bond for sale of old hank, hearing interest
legal and incidental expenses
bills and notes discounted
old hanking house
.
.
.
other real estate

.

.

.

02

If
00
00
43

119.1280 00
1,496 75

61,009
8,000
8.791
375,508
14,274
56,277

94
00
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69
44
88

g742,329 15

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BANK OF WASHINGTON, December 31, 1833.
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It. C. >\ EIGHTMAN, Cashier.
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STATEMENT
Capita! stock
.Notes in circulation
DIKI to banks

Due to individuals
Profit and loss




of the Patriotic Bank of Washington, 31s* December, inclusive.
$250,000
287,080
40,171
116,220
33,206

00
28
75
12
69

Stock of this bank, and other incorporated
bodies
Suits at law
.
.
.
Hanking house, and other real estate
Cash funds, specie
55,505 69
Notes of the Bank of the United
States, and other specie-paying banks
.
118,183 67

$103,172 90
2,518 61
13,952 86

$726,678 84

173,689 30
85,707 61
342,637 50

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$726,078 84

Due by banks
.
.
.
.
Due by individuals for notes discounted -

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G. E . DYSON, Cashier.

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STATEMENT
Capital paid in
Bought by the bank

of the Union Bank oj Georgetown, December 31, 1833.

$J78, 230
166, 045

Notes in circulation
Due to banks
Due to individuals
incuts
l'artialjpaymentson notes and judgments
Hal mice down
-

-

-

fSIS, Iftfl

00

95,015 00

3 1 , 382 75
38. 250 sa
• I f 560 02
38, 979 97

$537,373 07

UNION BANK, GEORGETOWN,




January 8, 1834.

Discounted debt
Specio
.
.
.
Notes and checks on batiks
Due I'roui hanks
Six pej* cent, stock of Georgetown
Turnpike stockC
Real estate • ' - '
SunenseAtndVxpease account

8370,817 58
33.365 36

89, If7 8G ,
r>7,554
1.800
9.553
42.198
>J.HS5

65
00
00
05
87

B5sr,sra 07

DAVID ENGLISH, Cashier.

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STATEMENT
Heal estate

Specie

-

of the Farmers and Mechanics' Bank of Georgetown, to December 31, 1833.

-

Motet of other hanks
Dm- front banks
Farmers and Mechanics* Road and Corporation stocks Expenses
Hills and notes discounted

883,904 39
31,300 00
15,313 88
15*. 140 92
97,938 78
444 66
533,405 72
8777.448 35

January 1, 1834.




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Capital stock
Profit and loss, discounts
Notes in circulation
Mm' to hanks
Due to depositor!
Unclaimed dividends

8485,900
29,341
125,505
33,053
99,662
3,985

00
75
00
23
54
83

8777,448 35
J. I. STLLL, Cashier.

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STATEMENT
Capital o fthe b a n k
Notes in circulation
Due to banks
Individual depnsites
Unclaimed dividends
Union B a n k funds
Surplus
-

of the Bank of Potomac, Alexandria, December 31, 1833, inclusive.
.
.

.

.

.
.
.

.

.

.
.
.
.

S500.000
167.554
52,837
107.775
4,691
4,200
34,173

00
54
37
27
50
23
07

Bills and notes (outstanding)
Krai estate (including b.uikmp; house)
Stock of incorporated companies Potomac H a n k stock
A l e x a n d r i a Coi|>oration 5.per cent, stock
Ditto *
do
f> \KV c e n t . \ t o ( k
D u e from b a n k s
.
.
.
N o t e s of^otlier banjvs,
.
.
.
Specie
.
.
.
.

*

8871,211 98

2523,338
41.R1H
63,661
100,000
25,000
5,150
44,835
S9,80l
37,606

68
86
08
00
00
00
02
38
96

8871,211 9S

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January 1, 1834.




C. l'AUE, Cashier.

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STATEMENT

exhibiting the situation of the Bank of Alexandria, 31sf December, 1833.

To capital stock Notes in circulation Due to other banks
•
•
Doposite by the Treasurer of the United States
Do by individuals Unclaimed dividends Balance




2500,000 00
78,742 50
19,469 39
21,570 97
51,854 47
1,502 00

15,613 31

By bills and notes
Specie
Notes of other banks
Due from other banks
Stocks of banks, roads, and corporation
5 per cent.
K'-al estate for the use of the bank, and
to cover debts
Expense account

00

8381,372
13,278
16,854
36,670

15
65
77
47

124,5G5 20
114,175 14
1,836 26

8688,752 64

2 64

J. McKENNlA, Cashier.

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STATEMENT
To capital stock paid in
Notes in circulation
Due oth iv banks
Dividends unpaid
Deposites, he.

of the Farmers1 Bank qf Alexandria, December 31, 1833, inclusive.
8310,100 00
82,067 50
24,926 66
71>9 50
48.900 40

g-jM.794 06

By hills and notes discounted
Notes of other hanks on hand
Due from other lianks
Specie on hand
Real estate Koad .stock Washington and Alexandria Corporation stock
Expenses
-

$400,644 41

13.465
14.777
£3.464
3.761

22
55
87
23

1.050 00

8,700 00
930 78
8466,794 06

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January 1, 1834.




JOHN HOOFF, Cashier.

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