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TABLE OF CONTENTS, Page", Report'by Mr. Ingham on the Finances December, 1829' 5 Report by Mr. Ingham on the. Finances December, 1830 85 Report by Mr. McLane on the Finances December, 1831 217 Report by Mr. McLane on the Finances" .'December, 1832 283 Report by Mr. Taney on the Removal of the Public Deposites December, 1833 337 Report by Mr. Taney on the Finances December, 1833 377 Report by Mr. Taney on Deposite Banks April, 1834 451 Report by Mr. Woodbury on the Finances December, 1834 463 Report by Mr. Woodbury on the Public Money December, 1834 557 Report by Mr. Woodbury on the Finances December, 1835 687 Report by Mr. Woodbury on the Finances December, 1836 679 Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
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TABLE OF CONTENTS,

Page", Report'by Mr. Ingham on the Finances December, 1829' 5 Report by Mr. Ingham on the. Finances December, 1830 85 Report by Mr. McLane on the Finances December, 1831 217 Report by Mr. McLane on the Finances" .'December, 1832 283 Report by Mr. Taney on the Removal of the Public Deposites December, 1833 337 Report by Mr. Taney on the Finances December, 1833 377 Report by Mr. Taney on Deposite Banks April, 1834 451 Report by Mr. Woodbury on the Finances December, 1834 463 Report by Mr. Woodbury on the Public Money December, 1834 557 Report by Mr. Woodbury on the Finances December, 1835 687 Report by Mr. Woodbury on the Finances December, 1836 679

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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 - - 30,800,063 19 The expenditures for the same year were(F) - - 25,044,358 40

Viz. . fi • .' / . Civil list, foreign intei'course, and mis­

cellaneous, including $9,033 38 for - ^ - -awards under the first article of the >

, treaty of Ghent - -. - - .3,101,514 87 Military service, including fortifications,

ordnance, Indian affairs, pensions, arm­ing the militia, and internal improve­ments - - - - 6,250,230 28

Naval service, including the gradual im­provement of the navy - - 3,308,745 47

Publicdebt - . . - - - 12,383,867 78

Leaving a balance ih the Treasury on the 1st oi January, 1830, of - • - . - • . . - . . . ; ,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. - - - - - 29,916,723 58

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 " - - 2,460,872 48 .' . Mihtary service, includ- , ' ; .

ing fortifications, ord­nance, Indian afi'airs, arming the mihtia, and internal improvements 5,728,976 52

Naval establishment, in- . cludins: the gradual im- ' ' ^ ^ provement of the navv 2,651,457 75 . '

Publicdebt - - '9,939,630 09

The expenditures for the fourth quarter, including $1,415,000 on account of the public debt, are estimated, on data fur- ' . nished 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 . - - - 42,536 57

Consisting of— . Registered debt, being claims '

registered prior to-the year 1789,for services and

' supplies during the revo- ' lutionary, war .. - . - 28,921 48

Treasurynotes outstanding > 8,010 00 _ Mississippi stock outstanding 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 ^ - -, ~ 9,442,214 82 ^Viz. . • •

Six per cents. - .- -. -'6,440,556 17 Five per cents, subscribed to the Bank, of

the United States - - - 3,000,000 00 Registered debt - - - - ^ 225 65 ' Treasurynotes ^ . - - . '833 00 Mississippi stock - - . - ' - 600 00

And leaving the total debt on the 1st ^ of January, 1831 - 39,123,191 68

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

$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 six months' notice -

After the ,31st of December, 1831 -

After tho Ist of January, 1832

and After the 31st of December, 1832 -

and

After the 3 Ist of December, 1833 -

After the 1st of January, 1835

n3,296,397 57 of three per cents. 4,000,000 CO of five per cents. . , subscription to Bank

of the United States. 1,539,336 16 of four and a half per

. cents. 5,000,000 00 of four and a half per

cents. 5,000,000 00 of four and a half per

cents' -999,999 13 of five per cents. , 56.704 77 of five per cents.

2,227,363 97 of four and a half per cents.

2,227,363 98 of four and a half per cents.

- 4,735,296 30 of five per cents.

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 suit-on 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 re­

ceipts for the year 1831 ar^ estimated at - ' $23,340,000 ,00 • ' V i z . ' ' ^ ' •

Customs - ' - - - - - ' 21,000,000 00 .Lands / .- - - \ - - - • - 1,700,000 00 Bank dividends - - .- . - - . . - 490,000 00 incidental receipts, including arrears of internal.duties, di­

rect tax, and canal tolls - - - - 150,000.00

The expenditures for 1831 are estimated at - 23,228,065 86, V i z . . • • ; .. ^ , . . , • - '

Civil list, foreigh intercourse, and miscehaneous - - 2,585,152 68 Mhitary service, including fortifications, ordnance, Indian

affairs, pensions, arming the militia, and infernal improv.e-ment - - - - - ' - - - 6,789,317 89

Naval service, including the gradual improvement of the navy - - '" - - - - .- 3,853,595 29

Publicdebt . - - - - . - 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. , ' ^ '

Effortsjiave been made to give greater efficiency to the revenue cutter

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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 introduce-cloths 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 mer­­cbant, 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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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 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. -

CO

a;

Year.

1829

Duties oa - - - ' • •

Merchandise.

27,542,273 39

Tonnage and light money.

133,861 28

Passporlsand clearances.

11,060 00

Debentures. issued.

4,213,168 83

Drawback on domestic re­fined sugar.

45,092 56

Bounties and allowances.'

270,077 54

Gross revenue.

23,158,855 74

Expenses of collection.

, 965,958 00

Net" revenue.

23,192,897 74

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 do. do. L , - _ _ - , _

Total tonnage employed inthe foreign trade of the United States _ ^

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;..

^ Tons. ' 854,616 130,098

984,714

13.2 to 100 0

^ ' O

Ul

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T. L. SMITH, Register. GO 00-o

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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, and clearances.

MERCHANDISE PAYING DUTIES AD VALOREM.

8,251 dollars, at 12 percent. 1,871,383 3,114,941 7,192,761

21,149,529 1,996,427^

619,715 835,044

. 2,933,626 1,664,395

,641,407

42,027,479

do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do.

\2h. 15 20 25 30.

35 40 45 50

do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do.

% 990 12 233,922 88 467,241 15

,438,552 20 ,287,382 25 598,928 10 206,571 67 292,265 40 ,173,450 40 748,977 75 320,703 50

25.62 average

1. Wines 2. Spirits

Molasses Do.

S. Teas' . CofTee

4. Sagar . 5. Salt 6. All other articles

.DUTIES ON SPECIFIC ARTICLES.

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

- 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

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 - " - - - - - - •

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

Duties ori merchandise • Add duties on tonnage

light money

10,191 83 27,271.71 '13,122 61

7,140 12

Bi,.625 89 12,235 39

passports and clearances^

Deduct drawback on domestic refined sugar

Gross revenue - . -Expenses of collection - - ' -

IsTet revenue, per statement A - -

^10,768,985 42

12,400,023. m

23 ,.169,009 01

167,708 26

23,001,300 75

57,726 27

23,059,027 02

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

Y O L . III.—1

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[1830.

I. Wines—Madeira Sherry Red of France and Spain

--

* Other of France and Spain . -Sicily - - - -Claret, &c., bottled -Other in casks

- Exported Madeira 319 ^ Teneriife 6,119

'

2. Spirits—from grain 1st proof 2d 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.

3. .Teas—Bohea -. Souchong Hyson skin, &c. -• Hyson and young hyson Imperial, gunpowder, fee.

--

" -alls do.

--- •

'-. -. ------

• -

----

Extra duly on teas imported from other ... places than China

Exported hyson and young hy

4. Sugar—brown - ' -White, clayed, &.c.

5, -Salt—Imported, bushels Exported

son

-Bounties and allowances reduced

into bushels, at 20 cents bushel

per

255,497 52,717

1,435,619 930,827

22,916 59,375

.' 372,304

3,129,255'

6,438

3,122,817

- 471,508 78,782 8,295 2,186

' 2,757 18

6,970 139,716

•510,349 1,188,711

56,071 795 277

1,559 429

2,462,303

70,153 1,248,168 1,294,036 2,561,227 • 228,773

-' 5,402,357

4,693

5,397,664

47,832,037 3,232,470

51,064,507

68,607

1,350,388

gallons at 50 cents , do. 50 do. do. ' 10 do. do. 15 . do. do. 30 do. do. 30 do. do. 30 do.

at 100 cts. 319 00

at 40 cts. 2,447 60

average 38.28'

gallons at 57 cents do. 60 do. do. 63 do. do. . , 67 do. . do. 75 do. do. 90 do. do. 38 do'. do. 53 do. ' do. 57 do. do. 63^ do.. do. 72 do. do. 42 do. do. 42 do. do. 48 do. do. 85 do.

average 60.11

pounds at 12 cents do. 25. do.

. do. 28 do. do. 40 do. do. 50 do.

do. 56" do.

average 33.73

Dounds at 3 cents do. 4 do.

average 3.06

6,495,409 at 20 cents

1,418,995 at 20 cents

5,076,414 at 20 cents

$127,748 50 - 26,358 50

143,561 90 139,624 05 • 6,874 80 17,812 50.

111,691 20

573,67145

2,766 60

570,904 85

268,759 56 47,269 20

' 5,225 85 1,464 62 2,067 75

16 20 2,648 60

74,049 48 290,898 93

.748,887 93 40,371 12

333 90 116 34

, 748 32 364 65

1,480,096 03

8,418 36 312,042 00 362,330 08

1,024,490 80 114,386 50

1,666 70

1,823,334 44 2,628 08

1,820,706 36 —_

1,434,961 11 129,298 80

1,564,259 91 •

1,299,081 80

283,799 00

1,015,282 80

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99

6. All other articles.

Woollens, not above 33t cts. per square yard Carpeting, Brussels, Wilton, &c. - -

Venetian and ingrairi -flags, matting,'&c.'

Floor-cioths, printed, painted, &c. -Oil cloth, other than printed, &c. -Furniture oil cloth - -Sail duck . - - - ^ -

Do. ' -Bagging cotton. -

Do. ^ Vinegar \ -Beer, ale, and porter, in bottles

-Do. • do. in casks Oil, spermaceti - . - -

whale and other fish - .--_ olive - . ' - -castor -

• .linseed - -rapeseed hempseed - - - ' -•

€ocoa . - - , -Chocolate ' - - - -Sugar, candy - . - - -• loaf - . - -

other refined - - = . Fruits, almonds

currants prunes and plums -figs - - . -raisins, jar aiid Muscatel

other - -Candles, wax - -

spermaceti .- .. -Cheese - . - . Soap . . -Lard. - . - • , Beef and Pork - . -Hams and other bacon - . . Butter " - - - . Saltpetre, refined - - -. -Camphor, crude - - , -

refined -Vitriol, blue or Roman -Salts; Epsom -

Glauber - -Spices,'Cayenne pepper -

ginger - -mace ^ - - - -nutmegs - - - ' -cinnamon cloves -7 • - ' -pepper - - -pimento - ' -

Tobacco, manufactured, other ihan snuff and cigars . - * .

Indigo ' - - - ' Indigo - - -Gunpowder . -. . -Bristles ' - - - • Glue , - - -Paints, ochre , dry - -

white and red lead - .

do. do. do. do. do. do. do. .do. do. do.

gallons do. do. do. do. do. ' do. do. do . •

do. pounds

do. do. do. do. do. do.

- do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do.

. do. . do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do.

do. do. do. do. . do. do. do. do.

Ciuantity.

1,143,546 67,391

323,787 58,643 • 16,599 2,548

23,322 290,348 705,765

1,393,302 830,709 41,820 60,446 8,132

1 161

48,496 -103

111,452 29 27

452,992 2,944

645 1,079

M4 . 944,709

' 405,591 86,748

1,605,157 3,296,272 1,795,4M

185 202

66,828 311,687

105 2,697.

• 8,286 5,233 1,568

131,347 12 6

58 1,426

44 1,260 5,877

60,281 950

•65,866 1,234,233 1,426,758

'5.50 , 326,804

257,364 ' 42,048'

112,124 24,272

551,273 111,450

Rate of duty.

14 70 40 15 50 25 15 9 91 4 | 5 8

20 15 25 15 25

. 40 25 25 2 5 . 2 4

12 12 10. 3 3 4 ' 3 4 3 6 8 9 4 3 2 3 5 . 3

, 8 12

' 4 4 2

15 2-'

100 60 25-25 8 6

10 15

. 20 8 3 5 1 5

Duties.

, Si60,096 35-47,173 70

329,514 80 8,796 45 8,299 50

637 00 3,498 30

26,131 32 67,047 71-

• 62,698 59 41,535 45 3,345 60

12,089 20 1,219 80

' , 2 5 24 15

32,124 00 41 20

27,863 00 7 25 6 75

9,059 84 117 76 77 40

129 48 4 40

28,341 27 12,137 73 3,469 92

• 48,154 71 131,850 88 53,863 92

11 10 16 16

6,014 52 12,467 48

3 15 53 94

"248 58 261 65

47 04 10,507 7q

1 44 24

2 33 28 53 6 60

25 20 5., 877 00

36,168 60 237 50

16,466 50 98,738 64 85,605 48

55 00 49,020 60 51,472 80 3,363 84 3,363 72 1,213 60 5,512 73 5,572 50

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[1830.-

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 , -Alum-Copperas - - . -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 • " . 1 gallon. -

Deiriijohns' -

- 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. • i 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.

588,311 335

m6,180 2,737

588,126 228,029 427,744 184,177

297 ' 5,263 4,527

12 -272

268,870 '261,273 12,769 4,062

575,467 • 84,734 775,019 5,166 27,012 737,146 . 82,452 886,465 349,290 103,470

2,190,674 25,710

79,113,961 107,646 24,365 30,660 52,287 1,386 8., 193

992,540

1,396 69

1,340,551 275 307

53,198 8,644

205,327 • 5,068 30,468

356

76 ,143 3,869 1,886

21,.584 77,126-

' 11,536 1,126,729

700 81

11,928 395 13

40,577

1 5 5 4 4 5 5 12 4 4

150 250 5 6 10 5 5 5

' 4 3

100 2 2 21 U 1

' 3| 31

62^ 1

185 150 225 250 175-200 4

250 200. 50 6

25 10 10 I 20 17 10 15 4

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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101

6. All other articles.

Glass, window, not above 8 by 10 inches -100 sq. fi. lb by 12 do.

•. 10 by 15 do. above 10 by 15 do.

..Slates, not above , 6 by 12 inches 12 by-14. do. 14 by 16 do. 16 by 18 -do. 18 by 20 do. 20 by 24 do.

above' 20 by 24 do. , -. Fisli, dried or sm.6ked^

. salmon, pickled mackerel ' -all other . -- . -

Shoes,, silk - . - -prunelle -• ' - / leather •• - ' >. -children's

Boots and bootees -Cigars - - - . -. Playing cards

- do. - . do. - <3. d o :

cwt. - . do.

do. - do.

do. , - do.

do. - quintals : - barrels

".- do. ' - do.

• - pair do.

- do. - 'do.

do. - • M ,

- \ packs

Gtuantity.

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

Rate of duty. ,

300 350 . 400 : 500 : 20 25 30 35 40 45 50

100 '200 350 100 30 25

•25 15

• 150 250 .30

Dednct excess of Exportation over Importatioris viz:

€arpets, flags, matting, &c. 2,487 Candles, tallow - ' 15,853 Tallow - - ^ 116,817 Cassia - • - - 72,260 Snuff - - - 678 Cotton - - - .29,099 Litharge . - -- 443.,011-Lead - . -. - . 128,577

-pipes - - 81,799 Cables - •- 23,275 Nail and spike rods - ' 38,576 Sheet and hoop iron - 28,650 Paper.sheathing • - 2,896

Deduct articles expot

White lead - - 130,711] Bar lead - - 386,363 Iron, bar, hammered - . 2,215

rolled ' - 708 pig - - . 2,720

•Steel - - - 955

' . / .

square yards at 32 cents ^795 84 pounds 5 792 65

do. ] 1.,1G8 17 do, 6 4,335 60 do. 12 .81 36-do. ' 3 872 97 do. . 5 - 22,150 55 do. 3 . 3,857 31 do. ' 5 4,089 95 do. . .4 931 00 do. 3^ 1,350 17 do. 3 859 50 do. 3 86 88

ted at former duties.

30unds at 4 cent's 5,228 44 do. 2 . 7,727 26 cwt. 90 1,993 50 do. 150 . 1,062 00 do. . 50 1,360 00 do. 100 955 00

Duties.

" 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

<

, .

59,698 35

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.

o

L a n d Offices.

'. Mariet ta Zanesvi l le Steubenville Chillicothe Cincinnat i Woos ie r P iqua _ Tiffin . _ Jeffersonville _ Vincennes Indianapolis Crawfordsvil le _ For t W a y n e _ Shawneetown _ Kaskask ia Edwardsvil le _ Vandal ia Palestine Springfield St. Louis F r a n k l i n " _ Pa lmyra Jackson

State or Terr i tory .

Ohio do. do. do. -d o . - _ • do. do. do. -

Indiana . do. • _

' d o . • do .

do. Illinois

do. . -do. do. do. do.

Missouri do. do.

• d o .

Land sold.

Acres, hdths.

• 7,574 23 37,619 67 28,095 91 19,585 52 35,477 99 21,664 32

2,405 ..57 23,793 19 20,861 03 26,495 34

• 89,861 94 203,049 48

6,259 72 , 8,143 78

6,380 57 28,602 10 19,405,48 47,221 45-86,492-35 24,499 62 40,255 76 54,936 56

5,309 32

Purchase money.

DoUs. Cts.

9,748 57 47,146 63

- . 35,418 72 24,481 97 44.838 62 37;115 42

3,005 98 "^30,418 29

26,151 32 33,158.75

112,327 11 256,109 62

' 7,824 52 .10,226 98

7,975 71 35,7.52 65 24,258 13 59,026 70

108,175 47" 30,624 56 50,320 53 68,670 82

6,624 14

Amount received un­der thecredit system.

- •Dolls. Cts.

' 5,044 73 18,875 81 12,660 65-7,002 63

43,190 62 25,279 92

. 29,479 18 28,473 95

5,831 81 - 2,528 28

-2,248^70

5,537 .60 4 ,287,24

Amount receiv­ed in cash.

Dolls. Cts.

12,681.13 54,498 48 36,470 61 16,399 49 23,478 99 55,798 37

, 1,832 26 -21,8S7 45 .42,016 37 52,622 06

111,827 24 254,326 68

•' 7,824 52 • 12,383 49

'8 ,885 97 35,651 69 24 ,202 13 58,930 70

106,637 04 33,368 78 48,792 25 67,692 .74-

6,624 14

Am't receiv­ed in for­feited land stock.,

Dolls. Cts.

2,-112 11 11,.523 96 11,608 76 15,085 11 64,550 25

6,596 97 1,174 72 .8,530 84

13,614 13 9,010 64

499 87 1,782 94

3,675 30 1,618 02 2,349 m

;56 00 9Q 00

1,538 43 2,793 38 ^5,815 52

978 08

Total amount received - at the land of­fices.

Dolls. Cts.

14,793 30 • '66,022 44

. 48,079 37 •31,484 00

88,029 24 -62,395 34

3,006 98 30,418 29'

. 55,630 50 61,632 70

112,327 11 256,109 62

7,824 52 - 16,058 79

' 10,503 99 '38,001 35 24,2,58 13

• 59,026 70 108,175 47 36,162 16 54,607 77 68,670 82

6,624 U

Amount of incidental expenses,

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 62-

1 , 3 6 8 ^ 2

Am.'t paid into the Treasury from 1st J a n .

'to Slst Decem­ber, 1829.

- Dolls. Cts.

11,992 22 50,866 93 40,220 00 14,710 11 17,351 02' 32,355 91

700 00 19,713 34 38,341 26 43,347 98

112,618 18 153,152 10

'1 ,500 00 11,471 00 5,964 93

15,396 00 8,381 99

39,112 77 118,283 03 37,749 32 61,033 04 73,660 34 11,150 00

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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 ^ _

do. Alabama _

do. do.

• d o . do.

Mississippi -do. > _ do. . _

Louisiana _ do. do. do.

MichiganTer. do.

Arkansas Ter. do. •

Florida Ter do.

27,544 38 15,877 56 66,905 05

1,919 02 12,905 59t 22,593 88

7,238 78 - 1,608 36 89,438 17

320 00 7,319 28

20,309 08 3,072 01

' 23,329 48 -44,530 78

2,003 84 677 36

53,276 49 No sales

1,244,860 01

34,373 99 19j846 96

• 83,647 16 2,398 74

15,865 71 28,221 32 - 8,849 10

2,'010 45 112,563 99

400 00 9,149 09

25,795 62 3,840 01

29,141 93 55,793 13

- . 2,504 67 . ^ 846 69

68,207 77 -

1,572,863 54

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

_ _

63,785 74 _ ._

11,524 16 _ _

3,-782 6S-_ _ _ ' '

. _ -

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

124 '88 6,370 54

15,194 41 12,089 07

623 45 731 93

20,641 39 _

•.2,634 22 _

^ 244 50 HOO 00 ••

615 20

_ -

_ '

224,680 28

34,373 99 22,693 07

162,848 65 . 32,877 56

15,865 71 : 28,221 32 72,634 84 2,010 45-

112,563 99 ^ 400 0.0 20,673 25 25,795 62 3,840 01

32,924^61 55,798 13 2,6'H 67 •

^ 846 69 68,207 77

-

1,954,923 66.

2,539 77 1,741 IS

' 7,270 20 2,017 58 2,896'77 2,096 60 2,732 26 1,656 77 4,134 75 1,008 00 1,674 71

•• 2,057 97

2,412 11 3,167 45 1-,184 49 1,389 85 4,171 39 1,000 00

108,351 37

51,420 59 ia,395 00

126,428 32 19,578 49 79,165 00 24,039 50 42,917 00

73,731 87

. 6,000 00 22,000 00

24,510 74 45,765 00 1,238 00

70,914 15

1,517,175 13

* Lewis and Clark—avarrant. "The

ances for

t Accounted for in 1st quarter of 1830. column of." incidental expenses" includes salaries, commissions, and contingent expenses ofthe registers'and receivers' offices; also, the allow-br transporting public moneys, made in pursuance of the provisions of the act of Congress of 22d May, 1826.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT, General Land Office, 2UJi November, 1830* ELIJAH HAYWARD, Commimoner.

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104 REPORTS'OF THE ^.[1830.

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STA T E M E N T ofi moneys received into the Treasury firom all sources, other than customs^ and puhlic larids, duringthe year 1829.' K

' \ ' , • • '

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 cus­

toms - - - - ' - 40,752 53 The sale ofthe hotel and lot.at the.Hague - 2,600 -00 The proceeds of the estates of American-

citizens 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

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

138,486 ,34

#628,486 34

T. .L. SMITH, Registers

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.1830.] SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.

F. •

.105

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 - - -Executive Departments , '- -Officers df the mint -Surveyors and their clerks Co mmissioner of the Public Buildings -Governments in

States Judiciary

the Territories of the United

$467,447 - 530,172. - 9^600 - 23.057

2',000

55,344 239,447

59 14 00 44 00

99 20

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 inter­

nal revenue - - . -Payment of claims for buildings destroyed Florida claims -Stock in the Louisville and Portland Canal Com-

1,327,069 36

pany > . -Stock in the Dismal Swamp Canal Company -Stock in the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Com­

pany . . ' - . ' . - 125,000 00

248 1,480

^ 1,238

143,500 50,000

46 00 74

00 00

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106 REPORTS OF T H E

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

[1830.

Diplomatic department . - - - 122,452 14 Contingent expenses of foreign intercourse - 15,515 16 Agency in relation to northeastern boundary - 19,280 22 Relief and protection of American sieamen - 10,410 67 Treaties with the Mediterranean powers - 11,938 88 Claims on Spain - > . - 18,537 40 Payment of claims under the 9<th article of the ^

treaty with Spain - - - - 598 00 Awards underthe 1st article of the treaty of

Ghent - - - - - 9,033 38

1,566,679 66

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-' - - - -101 ,500 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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Fortifications' at Pensacola^ Florida Repairs and preservation of Fort Lafayette Completiori of battery at Bienvenue , -Erection of a tower at bayou Dupre, La. Construction-of a wharf at Fort Constitution,

Portsmouth, New Hampshire - .. -Construction of a wharf at Fort. McHenry, Balti­

more, Maryland - - -Construction of a wharf at Fort Wolcott Barracks at Michillimackinac. Michigari Barracks at Fort Sullivan, Eastport, Maine Barracks at Fort Trumbull, New London, Con­

necticut - - , _ Barracks at Fort Severn, Annapolis, Maryland Barracks at Fort Winnebago, N. W. T. Barracks, at Fort Crawford, Prairie du Chien,

Nortlf Western Territory - fi - ' ' Erection of a breakwater at the mouth of Dela­

ware bay - -, - - -Building piers, mouth of Oswego river N. Y. -

^Building piers, mouth of Buffalo creek, N. Y. -Building piers. New Castle, Delaware -Building piers at Allen's Rock, Warren river -Building piers at La Plaisance bay, Michigan -Building piers. &c., Merrimack river, Conn. Building-piers, &,c., Stonington, Connecticut -Building piers, harbor df Dunkirk, New York -Extending piers, harbor of Edgarton, Mass. -Extending piers, harbor of Black Rock, N. Y. -Exariiining piers at Sandy bay, Mass. - . -Repairing piers at Port Penn and Marcus Hook,

Pennsylvania - . -Repairing piers at Kennebunk river, in Maine -Preservation of islands iri Boston harbor

. Completion of seawall, George's island, Boston harbor - - : . -

Deepenins^ the harbor of Sackett's Harbor, New York ^ ' - - - .. . '

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 Mis­

sissippi 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

190,0,00 00 22,000 00 6,447 80 16,677 41

600 00

1,500 00 31 21

1,765 40 2,500 00

5,900 00 1,000 00 9,000 00

10,000 00

66,905 00 22,618 34 . 9,206 00 17,895 99 3,751 26 2,000 00 32,100 00 19,358 14 9,81275 2,500 00 30,000 00

150 00

5,000 00 5,000 00

61,-203 60

7,310 54

1,187 00 2,550 00

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•108 REPORTS OF THE " [1830

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, Ohio . - ~ •' fi '-

Removing obstructions, Huron river, Ohio Removing obstructions, Ashtabula, creek, Ohio -. Removing qbstructions, Cunningham creek,

Dhio - - - - - , -Removing obstructions,. Berwick branch of

Piscataqua river, New Hampshire -Removing obstructions. Black river, Ohio - 5,500 00 j Removing obstructions Appalachicola river, Flo. Removing obstructions, Kennebunk river,

Maine' - - - -"^ - - . Rismoving obstructions, Oeracock inlet, N. C. -Removing obstructions, Nantucket - harbor,

Massachusetts - . - . ^ -Removing obstructions, Big Sodus bay, N. Y. -Survey of obstructions, Wabash river, Ind. Survey of the Cocheco branch of Piscataqua

river, New.Ham.p'shife o -purvey of Penobscot river, (fee, Maine Survey of North river, Massachusetts -Survey ofthe harbor of Bass river, Mass. Survey of the river Thames, Connecticut Survey ofthe harbor of Westbrook, Connecticut -Survey of the harbor of Norwalk, Connecticut -Survey ofthe harborof Stamford,'Connecticut -Survey of the harbor of Sag Harbor, New York Survey of Flat beach,alias Tucker's island,N. J. -Survey of Deep creek, Yirginia Survey of Pasquotank river. North'Carolina •• 80 00 Survey of the passes at the mouth of the Mis­

sissippi ' - - « -" 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 Zanes­

ville - - _ -' . • - - 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 OO Road from Detroit to Saginaw - - " ,85188 90

3,135 11 6,935 00 6,000 00

2,956 00

3,170 00 5,600 00 1,500 00

1,720 32 22,000 00

19,653 00 12.000 00 500 OU

59 76 •297 30 178 94 149 93 .150 00 130 00 80 00 100 00 150 00

• 100 00 80 00

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1830.] SECRETARY O F ' T H E TREASURY. ier 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 Mo­

bile Point, Florida ^. ' Repairing road between Pensacola and Tal­

lahassee, 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 I - - - - -Relief 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 depre­

dations 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 - - • -

$8,250 00 20,224 -89

258 26 360 10

, 2,810 36-

3,000 00

3,000 00

3,000 00 712 40

• 2,216 85-

356 00

54.50

109 00 ~ 3,274 85.

180,865 63 4,236 46

764,492 38 6,948 84

. 4,549 87 29,825 00 15.100 00 11,246 76 97,338 34

3,041 04 7.599 41

16,510 45 856 56

6,589 50

2,768 00

1,539 25-

I

1,000 00

3,031 91

8,599 39

7,920 44

- 125,506 49 - 245,108 00

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110 ' REPORTS OF THE ' .• [1830-.

From wkick deduct tke fiollowing repay­ments: •

Road from Pensacola to St. Au- , gustine - - - $3,460 20 ^ v

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 Ston­

ington, 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

i . , / ^

Carolina - f - - 1,073 07 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 sta­

tions - - - - - 161,830 26 Pay of superintendents, artificer,s, &c. - 62,222 56 Provisions - - - - - 461,636 83 Medicines and hospital stores fi- - 25,772 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 80 ' Arrearages prior to 1st Januiary, 1828 - 2,911 25 Arrearages prior to 1st January, 1829 - ^ 3,682 67 Contingent expenses for 1825 - ^ - 365 88 ; Contingent expenses for 1827 - . - 40 88 ^ Contingent expenses, not enumerated, for 1827 136 17 Contingent expenses, not enumerated, for 1828 .2,567 47 Contingent expenses for 1829 - -250,770 13 Contingentexpenses,notenumerated,for 1829 3,092 32 Pay and subsistence of the marine corps ' -117,329 19 > Clothing of the marine corps - - 11,850 61 Military stores of the marine corps - - 693 36 Medicines for the marine corps -~ - 794 77 Barracks for the marine corps - .. 363 98 Repairing marine barracks at Washington - 3,499 42 Fuel for the marine corps - - - 8,504 34 Contingerit expenses of the marine corps - 13,792 76

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

3,405,890 45

97,144 98

PUBLIC DEBT. ,

Interest on the funded debt - ' - 2,542,843 23 Redemption of the 6 per cent, stock of 1814,

(loan of ten .millions) - • -6,251,827 59 Redemption of the 6 per' cent, stock of 1814 537,895 77 Redemption of the 6 per cent, stock of 1815,

(loan of $18,450,800) .- - - 3,049,542 93 Principal and interest of Treasury notes -' 1,264 27 Reimbursement of Mississippi stock - 450 00 Paying certain parts of the domestic debt - 43 99

3,308,745 47

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.

lo

Land offices.

Marietta ZanesviUe Steubenville _ Chillicothe _-Cincinnati _ I Wooster Piqua TifA Jeffersonville _ Vincennes _ I Indianapolis _ Crawfordsville Foft-Wayne « I Sh'awneeiown Z Kaskaskia Edwardsville _ Vandalia Palestine _ I Springfield _ St. Louis Franklin « ° Palmyra _ I Jackson - „

-State or Territory.

Ohio-do. do. do. do. do. do. do. . _

Indiana _ do. do. . do.-do.

Illinois do. do. do. do. do.

Missouri do. do.-do.

Lund sold.

Acres, hdths.

5,485 76 19,554 13 8,657 45 8,.558 17

12,116.16 8,726 16

982 36 14,800 83 12,958 36 20,917 59 47,509 46

104,391 77-3,576 68 4,042 78 3,044 84

26,714 22 14,232 16 32,769 49 41,020 59 15,046 35 22,664 99 35,057 29 3,478 29

Pab l i c money.

Dolls. Cis.

6,857 19 24,442 67 10,821 81 10,697 78 15,145 20 10,908 51

1,227 96 18,501 03 16,195 44 26,147 08 59,386 06

132,905 08 4,470 84 5,093 49 3,806 04

"33,392 79 17,590 34 40,961 86 51,276 59 18,807 95 28,398 69 43,821 58 4,347 86

Amount re­ceived un­der the cre­dit system.

' Dolls. Cts.

75 43

__ _

_ 7 01

,50 00 _

. _ • •

_ 156 39 _ _.

- _ _ _ •

_ • _

»

Amount re­ceived in

cash.

Dolls. Cis.

6,264 34 19,890 90 9,935 36 8,757 33 4,750 16 9,923 50 1,072 01

15,497 80 13,756 60 25,297 03 59,049 77'

132,871 49 4,470 84 4,712 50 3,678 42,

33,112 79 17,434 00 40,961 86 51,276 59 18,201 67 27,831 44 43,707 86 4,347 88

Amount re­ceived in for­

feited land stock.

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 99 284 01 280 00'

' 156 34 _

. _ 606 28 567 25, 113 72 -

Totalamount "received at .the land of­

fices. '.

Dolls. Cts.

6,857 19' 24,518 10 10,821 81 10,697 78 15,145 20 10,908 51 1,227 96

18,501 03 16,202 45 26,197 08 59,386 QQ

132,905 08 4,470 84 5,093 49 3,962 43

33,392 79 17,590 34 40,961 SQ 51,276 59 18,807 95 28,398 69 43,821 58 4,347 86

Amount of incidental expenses.

^Dolls. Cts.

652 33 1,240 65

752 69 751 67

- 98982 1,227 29 .552 00

873 87 1,182 17 1,282 12

,1,676 78 3.753 54

624 12 620 31 692 31

1,434 96 « 755 64

' 1,537 32 1,678 45-

936 45 820 28

1,533 65 QQQ. 5 1

Amount paid into the Trea­

sury.

Dolls. Cts.

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

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Lexington St. Stephen's -Cahaba . Huntsville Tuscaloosa _ ^ Sparta . -

. Was-hington _ Augusta

^Mount Salus _ o New Orleans r Opelousas . -^ Ouachita -. j:^ St. Helena .« •j Detroit - -1 Monroe COBatesville

. Little Rock _ Tallahasse „ St. Augustine

do. Alabama

do. do. do. do.

Mississippi . _ do. do.

Louisiana ..do. do. . -do.

Mich. Ter. < -do.

Ark. Ter. do.

Flor. Ter. do. "

10,174 87 5,939 70

28,110 03 12,986 44 10,753 97 4,600 56 2,004 61

74 04 30,874 08

-. 2,959 34

598 86 1,684 70

27,380 43 25,567 18

454 08 No sales.

1 31,536 14 '. -

662,003 91

12,718 62 7,424 70

35,137 86 16,232 91 13,442 51 -5,750 70 2,505 78 ^ 92 55

38,593 03 _

3,699 17 748 57

2,105 87 34,225 57 31,958 90

567 60 _

44,034 85 - '

834,443 63

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.25 53 _ _ _ _ _

.. . .— _ . _ _ ._

^ _ _ _

_.' -

314 36

12,712 28 5,933 20

33,472 20 13,808 89 12,754 27 5,456 43 2,505 78

92 55 38,280 86

_ 3,699 17

748 57 2,105 87

34,209 57 31,958 90

, 567 60 - _

38,834 85 -

793,943 11

6 34 1,491 50 1,-691 19 2,424 02

688 24 294 27 «

• -

312 17 , _

_ „ .

^ 16 00 _ _

"I, 5,200 00

-

40,814 88

12,718 62 7,424 70

35,163 39 16,232 91 13,442 51

^ 5,750 70 2,'505 78

92 55 38,593 03

_ ' •

3,699 17 748 57

2,105 87 34,225 57 31,958 90

567 60 _

44,034 85 —

.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 90 2,800 00 4,000 00

.28,167 45 31,500 00

1,360 00

46,051 50

1,005,399 87

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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. ELIJAH HAYWARD, Commissioner.

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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 00 ^

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 26 ' . ^ Fines, penalties, and forfeitures - - 330 21 '. Surplus'emoluments of officers of the cus­

toms - - - - - 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 , ^ 41 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 -78

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T R E A S U R Y D E P A R T M E N T , • '.. . ;

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 thels t %

ofi January to the 30th ofi Septemher, 1830. '

CIVIL, MISCELLANEOUS, AND F O R E I G N I N T E R C O U R S E ,

Legislature - - . - - -$525,571 16 Executive Departments - - - 412,332 70 Officers of themint - - . . 7,200 00 ^ Surveyors and their clerks - - - 13,613 65 Commissioner of the Public Buildings - 1,500 00

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Governments in the Territories of the United States . . - - -

Judiciary ' - - - -

Annuities and grants - - -Mint establishment - -Extending the mint establishmeut Unclaimed merchandise -Light house establishment • - - -Surveys of public lands - - -Registers and receivers of land offices Preservation of the public archives in Florida Land claims in Florida Territory - -Roads" within the State of Ohio Roads and canals within the State of Indiana: Marine hospital establishment -Penitentiary for the District of Columbia Payment of balances to collectors of new in­

ternalrevenue - ,- *-Stock in the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal

Company - - - - - • .-Bailding custom houses and warehouses Fifth census of the United States Repairing abstracts of all former census ofthe

United States - . , - -Revolutionary claims, per act of 15th May,

1828 - - . - ' - -Miscellaneous expenses . -

Diplomatic department Contingent expenses of foreign intercourse -Agency in relation to the northeastern boun­

dary - - - * - -Reliefand protection of American seamen -Treaties with the Mediterranean powers

$45,212 38 ' 183,738 93-

1,500 00 29,350 00 35,000 00

266 47 185,756 87 51,448'72

1,125 00 ^ . 830 59

2,598 26 9,503 73

14,226 83 55,378 37 7,000 00

•357 OS

225,000 00 14,440 54 30,000\00

2,000 00

225,160 53 215,199 27

117,637 68 11,432 73

5,757-17 12,733 82 18,000 00

1,189,168 82

1,106,142 26

165,561 40

2,460,872 48

MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT.

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

. 786,856 53 - 177,586 87 - 302,665 97 - 45,157 IS - 103,531 75 - 23,150 51 - 120 01)

6,466 93 - 16,855 03

4,624 59 7,962 36

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116 REPORTS OF THE . ^ [1830.

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 -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 - - • -' - - $7,059 97

Building piers mouth of Bufialo creek - - 15,488 00 . Building piers at Allen's,Rocks, Warren river 30 18 Building piers mouth of La Plaisance bay, .

Michigan - - , - - - U S 05 Building piers and other works at Stonington,

Connecticut - - - - 4,000 00 Building piers, harbor of Dunkirk, New York 1,342 75 Extending piers, harbor of Black Rock, N .Y . 3,198 00 Preservation of islands in Boston Harbor . - 20,100 00 Preservation of Provincetown harbor, Mass. - 2,300 00 Preservation of Plymouth beach, Mass. - . .1,850 00 ^ Deepening the harbor of Sackett's Harbor, - NewYork - - - .. - 800 00

Deepening the harbor of' Mobile harbor, Alabama - - -. - - 1,600 00 \

Deepening the channel through the Pass au Heron - - -" - - 2,000 00

Deepening the channel between St. John's and St. Mary's harbor - - - - 2,998 75

Deepening the channel at the mouth of Pas­cagoula river - - - • .- 1,000 ,00

Improving the navigation of the Ohio and Mississippi rivers - • - - - - 36j323 65

Improving the navigation of the Red river, Arkansas -j / - - ' - - 10,664^00

Improving the navigation of the Mill river, Connecticut - - - - 2,156 00,

Improving the navigation of the Genesae river,, New York - - ' ' - , - 11,000 00 '

Improving the navigation of the Cape Fear river, North Carohna - - - .12,500 00

Improving the navigation of the Conneaut creek, Ohio , - :- . - - 6,610 00

Improving the harbor of Hyannis, Mass. - 6,517 82 Improving the harbor of New Castle, Marcus

Hook, (fcc. -- - - , - 6,600 00 / Improving the harbor of Cleaveland, Ohio - 4,100 00 Removing obstructions, Kennebunk river,

Maine - - - - ' - ^,500 00 Removing obstructions, Berwick branch of

Piscataqua river, New Hampshire - - 1,930 00^ Removing obstructions, Merrimack river, Mas­

sachusetts - - - - - '3,000 00 . Removing obstructions, Nantucket harbor,

Massachusetts - - . - , - - 10,100 00 Removing obstructions. Big Sodus bay, New

York ' - . ,-. - - . , 13,180 00 Removing obstructions. Grand river, Ohio 5.,563 18 , - Removing obstructions, Huron river, Ohio 1,880 36 Removing^ obstructions, Black river, Ohio , 8,040 00

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11& REPORTS OF THE [1830.

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 Jack­

sonville ' - - • - - ' . -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 - • -

$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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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, 1830^ • - - 12,889 75

Annuities to Indians - - - - 203,717 37

5,759,4,38 09

2,259 70 10,191 39 .13,257 74

99 12 88

25 82

From which deduct the fiollowing repay-m^enis:

Road from Fort Smith to Fort Towson - - - 35 00

Opening Old. King's road, Flo­rida -

Expenses of a brigade of militia Georgia militia claims Fortifications . - . Fort Rigolets atid Clief Menteur Barracks at Michillimackinac Survey of the southern shore of

Lake Ontario, Nevv York - • 9 47 Survey of Genesee river and har­

bor. New York - ' - 143 95 Survey of the mouth of Sandy

' creek. New York - . - ' 172 56 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 - - - . 55 38 30,461 57

-5,728,976 62

NAVAL ESTABLISHMENT,

Pay and subsistence of the navy " afloat - 967,925 70 Pay and subsistence of the navy, shore stations - 50,417 50 Pay of superintendents, naval constructors, &c.' 50,266 25

'Provisions - . - - - - 255,028 55

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1 2 0 ' REPORTS OF T H E [18.80.

Medicines, surgical instruments, andvhospital • < stores - . - - - " - $26,744 80 ":

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 - - . - - ' . - ' ' 9,815 00 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- ' •.:n '-

lation to certain Africans - - - 5,5A^50 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 - ' - 7,266 81 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 - ^ 2,047 30 ^ 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 - " - - , 3.000 00

2,691,651 98

From which deduct the fiollowing repayments ;

Repairs, of sloops of war - - 1,518 00

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Ship houses - ' - - $230 00 Laborers, and fuel for engine - 6,509 54 ^ Survey of the harbors of Savannah,

Brunswick, fcc. - - - 98 27 Privateer pension fund - - 1,923 63 , Arrearages prior to^l827 - - 50 Gontingent expenses prior to 1824 - 165 24 Contingent expenses for 1826 - 3 80 Contingent expenses for 1827 . > 149 99 ' ^ Contingent expenses, not enume­

rated, for 1827.. r .- -. . - 8 46 Contingent expenses for 1828 - 26,406 3 6 ^ Rewarding offieers and crew of the

sloop of war Hornet, Lieutenant "' Elliot and'others - - 3,180° 44

40,194 23 ^2;651,457 75

PUBLIC DEBT.

Interest oh the funded debt „- - '"1,499,199 07 Redemption of the 6,per cent.' slock of 1815 6,440,556 27 Redemption of the 5 per cent, stock of 1817- 2,000,000 00 Reimbursement of Mississippi stock- , - - - 600 00 Paying certain parts of domestic debt - - 225 65 Reimbursement of Treasury notes - . « - 1,431 77'

^ . : - • . • ^ . .9,942,012 76 From whick deduct ike fiollowing repayment :- ,

Redemption of 6 per cent, stock of 1813, (loan . • of sixteen millions) - - . - ' - 2,382 67

9,939,630 09

20,780,936 84

TREASURY DEPARTMENT, .. ^.Register''s Qffic'e, December 13, 1830,

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S T A T E M E N T ofi the fiunded debt ofi the United States, as it will exist on the 1st ofi January, 1831; exhihiting, also, the dates ofi tke acts under:lokich the several stocks were constituted, and the periods at wkick they are redeemahle. '.

STOCKS. Date of the acts constituting the several stocks.

'When i:edeemable. Amount.

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)

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

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

August 4, 1790 April 10, 1816 May 15, 1820 March 3, 1821 April 20, 1822

May 24, 1824 May 26, 1824 May 26, 1824

March 3, 1825

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

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

$4,000,000 00 999,999 13

4,735,296 30

56,704 77

5,000,000 00 5,000,000 00

4,454,727 95

1,539,336 16

^13,296,397 57

9,792,000 20

15,994,064 11

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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

6,440,556 17 3,000,000 CO

11^48,522,869 93 148 12

48,523,018 05

TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Register's Office, December 13, 1830.

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As above. ^39,082,-461 88

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S T A T E M E N T ofi tke unfiunded deht, as it will exist on tke 1st ofi 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

Mississippi stock—amount outstanding, including awards not applied for -

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

Treasury notes, paid djGf Mississippi stock, paid off

As above

5,060 00 2,117 00

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US 12 225 65

373 77 , 833 00 600 00

• ; -

128,547 71

7177 00

5,005 09

$40,729 80

$42,536 57

1 806 77

$40,729 80

TREASURY DEPARTMENT, , Register's Office, Dec. 13, 1830.

T. L. SMITH, Register.

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S T A T E M E N T ofi goods, wares, and merckandise, ofi the growtk, produce, and manufiaciure ofi fioreign countries, im­ported into ihe United States during each year ending on the 30th day ofi September, 1821, 1822, 1823, 1824, 1825, 1826, 1827. 1828, and 1829. ' ' ' " / , '

YEARS ENDING

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SOth September, SOth September, ^ SOth September, 9 months to 30lh June, 3 months to SOth Sept. SOth September, SOth September, SOth September, SQth September, SOth September,

X • •

1821 1822 1823 1824 1824 182.5 1S26 1827 1823 1829

Articles import­ed for the use of the United States.

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• 2,922

468 1,023 2,046 1,455

VALUE OF MERCHANDISE FREE OF DUTY. , •

ARTICLES SPECIALLY IMPORTED FOR INCORPORATED PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETIES, SEMINARIES, &C, &C ,

Philosophical apparatus,

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#

. 5 8 9 7,262 4,280-6,868 4,148 6,242

' Books. _

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307 24,867 22,005 19,645 13,134 10,829

Maps and charts.

Statuary, busts, casts,

&c., &c.

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Paintings, drawings, &c, &,c.

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" ' YEARS ENDING

C. . ,..'A-;jw.,

SOth September, 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

1

Furs, of all kinds.

Hides and skins, raw;

224,192 296,339 273,088 242,900

80,680 347,163 338,955 347,347 488,536 334,003

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

VALUE OF MERCHANDISE FREE

1 I .

Plaster of Paris.

141.369 120,543 42,914 35,369 23.602

103,874 132,642 76,829 61,691 64,682

Specimens of botany, natural

history.

Models of in­vention and machinery.

Dollars.

*

_ •

• _ _

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120 595

2,431 563

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212,194 892,871 479,624 198,491 292,932 259,691

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YEARS ENDING

30th September, 1821 SOth September, 1822 SOth September, 1823 9 months tp SOth June,1824 3 mbnths to SOthSept, 1824 SOth September, 1825 SOth September, 1826 3Jth September, 1827 SOth September, 1828 ' SOth September, 1829

, . ^ VALUE OF MERCHANDISE FREE OF DUTY. ^ - '

Animals for breed.

Pewter, , old.

Tin in pigs_ and bars.

BRASS.

In pigs and bars.

Old.

' " COPPER.

In pigs and bars.

In plates, suited , to the sheath, ingof vessels.

For- the use of mint.

Old,.fit on­ly to be re­manufac­tured.

- . Dollars. • .

2,495 22,998

125,230 28,065 47,163 20,356

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4l l 3,130 2,721 1,600 1,341 1,089

32^620 56,925

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

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32,566

34,697 534

71 5,782 8,397 2,624 4,471 9,312

. 246,328 598.384 .548',006 345,029 .

97,421 143,764. 686,940 160,778 687,416 '386,032

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. 6,004 427,701 328,064 438,382 400,560 273,780

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8,844 14,495,

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124,457 84,910

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30th September, 1821 SOth 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

Felt, patent, to 30 June,

1826.

VALUE OF MERCHANDISE FREE OF DUTY.

. BULLION.^

Gold. Silver.

SPECIE.

Gold. -Silver. -

Domestic goods re­

turned.

. All other articles.

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_ _ _

2,167 • 200 1,444

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110,638

' 84,890 411,444

• 230,771 230,646

88,805 368,827 462,087 422,605 465,063 837,107

# ^ _ • ' .

34,954 378,257 562,546

1,019,399 738,570 706,028

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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404,971 493,627 522,250 358,833 '48,337 24,946

1,918 676

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 11,805,501

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YEARS ENDING

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

VALUE OF MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO DUTIES AD VALOREM.

' MANUFACTURES OF WOOL.

j

Cloths and cassimeres.

Exceeding 33^ cents per square yard.

Not exceeding 33j cents per square yard.

Flannels and baizes.

Blankets. Hosiery, gloves, mits, and bindings.

Worsted stulT goods.

All other manufac- , tares of.

Total.

" , Dollars."' ..

1,525,057 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

39,002 • 141,585 112,844

•238,180 153,616

*

156,850 1,065,609

586,823 .587,250 521,177 95,034

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

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

1,766,443 2,269,513 1,504,469 1,594,109

564,571 2,277,486 1,143,166 1,382,875 1,446,146 1,600,622

144^273 1,008,272

892,346 895,573 678,399 551,958

7,238,954 11,752,595 7,953,451 5,471,590 2,615,263

10,876,873 7,886,826-8,231,515 7,951,014 6,270,061-

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YEARS ENDING}

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

VALUE OF MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO DUTIES AD VALOREM.

- . MANBFACTURES OF COTTONi '

Printed and colored.,

White. Hosifery, gloves, mits, &c.

Twist, yarn,, and thread.

Nankeens. All other. Total.

, -" • • Dollars.

4,366,407 5,856.763

, 4,899,499 4,609,236 1,166,974 7,709,830 5.056,725 5',316,546 6,133,844 .4,404,078

2,511,405 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

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

361,978 823,365 600,700

66,504 122,129 350.243 304,988 256,221 388,231-542,179

*

48,791 375,771 . 146,292 454,847

1,038,439 412,838

7,788,514 10,680,216 8.869.482 7,239,759 1,917,908

12,509,516 8,348,034 9.316,153

10,996,230' 8,362,017

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M.-IMPORTS INTO THE UNITED STATES FROM 1821 TO 1829^Continued.

YEARS ENDING

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

VALUE OP MERCHANDISE SUBJECT T O DUTIES AD VALOREi\i.

; MANUFACTURES OF SILK.

From India.

Piece goods. Other.

Frorii other places.

Piece goods. Other.

VESTINGS AND PLAIDS.'

Of wool, or wool and cotton, or silk.

Of cotton, or cotton and silk.

MANUFACTURES OF FLAX.' "

Linens, bleached and unbleached.

Checks and

stripes.

All other..

- ^ \ Dollars.

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

*

1,24~1,882 3,253,318. .2,480,90'2 2,960.201 2,840,-871 3,015,405

4,486,924 6,840,928 6,713.771 5,027,056

121,225 3,323,502 2,384,068 2,038,787 1,937,989 2,020,139

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

*

400 90,468-25,461 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

8,121 30,564 36.515 65,235 43,336

101,720

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^ YEARS ENDI

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,

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1821 1822 1823 1824 1824 1825 1826 1827 1828 1829

VALUE OF MERCANDISE. SUBJECT TO DUTIES AD VALOREM.

MANUFACTURES OF HEMP.

Sail .duck. Ticklen-burgs, Os-naburgs, and Bur­laps.

Russia sheetings.

Brown. V/hite.

Other man­ufactures oi.

.MANUFACTURES OF IRON3 AND IRON AND STEEL.

Side arms and fire

ceptrifles and mus­kets.

Cutting knives,

scythes, and sickles. reaping

hooks, &c.-

Screws weigh ino 24 lbs.. or up­wards.

Wood screws.

Other arti­cles, not specified.

..

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306,278 677,151 856,474' 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

*

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2,371 32,381 8,177

43,426 45,650 17,296

226,174 332,842 472,826 491,003 60,618

• 33,408 48:909 60,293 43,052 52,505

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7,820 134,881 111,207 105,175 106,-887 132,224-

*

_ _ _

6,095 80,621 •81,457

105,329 119,849 77,262

- .

6 160

. 958 81

2,598 2,640

*

5,206 67,316 86,285

112,790 87,100 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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SOth September, SOth September, SOth September, 9 months to SOth June 3 months to SOth Sep. 30th September, 30th September, SOth September, SOth September, SOth September,^

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1821 1822 1823 1824

, 1824 1825 1826 •1827 1828 1829

VALUE OF MERCHANDISE SUBJECT. T O DUTIES AD VALOREM.

COPPER. -

Vessels of All other manu­factures of.

MANUFACTUEES OF , '

Brass. Tin. Pewter and lead, ex­cept shot.

Wood,includ-ing • cabinet v/ares.

Leather, in­cluding sad-

. dies, bridles, and harness.

\ Ready made

clothing.

Glassware not subject to specific dut)'.''

. DoUars.

* _

_ ._ 701

12,245 !. 3,592

3,567 6,099 4,175

161,360 160,935 91,610 57,112 ,9,466 26,916 23,152

- 138,018 18,514 43,010

224,996 352,542 259,214 2®0,26e 106,900 477,420 332,561

. 429,834 468,408 316,331

20.343 , 18,151

16,372 8,645

834 11,413 8,732

23,344 15,629 11,101

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2,862 37,526 34;841 20,251 30,957 24,680

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i 75,474 [ 125,750

98.316 101^048 120,881

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32,723 629,772 410,745 444,466 492,1)74 543,630

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28,844 79,136

240,001 317,158 430.527 276,552

1 62,563 218,005 150,088

92,591 • 188,384 144,283

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YEARS ENDINC

SOth September, SOth September, SOth September,

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1821 1822 1823

9 months to 30th June, 1824 3 months to SOth Sep. SOth Sept.ember, '• SOth September. . 30th September, SOth September, SOth September,

,1824 1825 .1826 1827 1828 1829

• VALUE-OP MERCHANDISE. SUBJECT T O DUTIES AD VALOREM.

MANUFACTURES OF ' ' . .

China or porcelain.

Earthen and stones.

•Wares. ' '

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'c-y''

Gilt.

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Watches and parts of.

Articles com­posed wholly or chiefly of pearls, &c.

Lace.

Thread, silk, or cotton, ex­cept coach.

Coach.

..- ... . . . . . Dollars. •

34,851 57,345 48,289

' 19,540 13,003 75.064 98,539 .

- 89,290 68,358 97,927

629,032 1,107,264 1,095,126

689,876 166.450

1,011,826 1,239,050 1,091,757 1,485,652 1,239,817

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1,844 71,992 34,219 40,091 32,673 52,953

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170,897 111,739 144,890 187,127 116,632

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1,145 272,498 151,034 81.792 32,847 69,938

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120,075 154.026 263,667

• 226,839 56,573

196,859 - 155,646

98,475 85,838 69,811 •

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. YEARS ENDING

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30th September, 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

VALUE OF MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO DUTIES AD VALOREM.

Brushes, of all kinds.

Guicksilver.

.

MANUFiiCTURES

Hair cloth, and hair seating.

of

Bolting cloths.

"--

Oil c^oth, and oil cloih carpeting-of every descrip­tion. .

HATS, CAPS, AND B O N N E T S .

Leghorn, straw. chip, or grass flats, braids, &c.

"Of fur, wool, leath­er, and silk.

Dollars. . • , /

•* __ _

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

# _ •

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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

# 352,196 723,412 813,394 501,201

3,481 32,530 21,104 19,412

. 26,659 30,563

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YEARS ENDING

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

VALUE OP MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO DUTIES AD VALOREM.

UNMANUFACTURED ARTICLES.

-

Copper bot­toms, and cop­per in plates or sheets not suited to the sheathing

of ships.

Brass in plates or

slieets.

Tin in plates or sheets.

Raw silk-

WOOL.

Above 10 cts.. per pound.

Not exceeding 10 cents per

~ poand.

Opium. •

All other arti-f cles.

Dollars. . - -

62,983 64,632 41,146 20,709

2,811 40,962 33,597 30,946

• 22,386 li;425

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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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387,312 340,956 171,345

1,590 53,550

106,704 174,788 90,870

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4,906,709 6,197,428 6,336,784 4,142,300

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YEARS ENDING -

SOth September, 1821 SOth September, 1.822 SOth September, 1823 ' 9 months to SOth June,1824 3 months to SOth Sept.,'lS24 SOth September, 'l825 SOth September, 1826 SOth September, 1827 SOth September,. 1828 SOth September, 1829

VALUE OF MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO DUTIES AD VALOREM.

VALUE OF AUTICLES NOT ENUMERATED, SUBJECT TO DUTLES AT ^

12 ' per cent. 15 per cent. 2# per cent. 25percent.

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30 per cent. • 33ipr cent.

35 per cent.

45 per cent.

50 per cent.

Total valae.

Dollars. ,

) 112^637 1,558,132

990,976 1,039,099

• 912,458 777,856

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

45,854 187,661 102,296 87,704 90,782 74,116

739,720 ,613.544 325; 138 177,688 151,937 110.292

137,865 1,003,309

664,771 436,928 503,619 409,201

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30,894.917 46,361,215 40,621,552

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YEARS ENDING

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

a u ANTITY AND VALUE OF MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC DUTIES.

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

Gtuantity.

Square yards.

367,332 1,062,643

Value.

Dollars.

146,545 288,174

Patent printed or stained floor cloths.

Gtuantity.

Square yards..

8,272 22,949

Value.

D.ollars.

4,481 18,556

Oil cloth, other than pa'tent ^ floor cloth.

Gtuantity..

Square yards.

2,607 2,873

'Value.

Dollars.

765 1,399

FuTniture oil cloth.

Gtuantit5^

Square yards.

*

40,897 •18,151

Value.

Dollars..

8,782 6,273

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YEARS ENDING

SOth September, 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

a U A N T I T Y AND VALUE OF MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC DUTIES.

Floor mattings,offlags| or other materials;

Quantity.

Sq. yards.

1,045 71,671

Value.

Dollars.

177 9,513

Brussels. Turkey. Wilton. Venetian. IngraCin.

, All other of wool, flax,

hemp, or cot­ton.

Square yards.

t

21,080 80,195 62,211 47,413, 55,777 50,478

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8,219 1,135

~ 1,334 4,281 1,958

888

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4,370 7,656

• 9,056 2,899.

13,204

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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YEA.RS ENDING

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

QUANTITY AND VALUE OF MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC DUTIES.

- COTTON BAGGING.

Gtuantity.

Square yards.

893^775 4,470,775 2,204,822 3,346,427 3,667,121 2,729,835

Value.

Dollars.

18^491 ^ 637.023

274,973 366.913 4ff8,626 274,073

-

DUCK.

Russia. Ravens. Holland.

SHEETINGS.

Brown. White.

Pieces.

t 2.1,145 52,440 27.255 22,917

11,515,584 n,114,133

t 19,323 42,376

. 38,363 28,658 ,

t 1,144 1,618 1,944

692

36,823 44,362 28,643 19,612 •

668 2,154

451 616

Value of duck and sheetings.

Dollars.

894,276 1,524,486 1,024,180

683,739

413,266 362,333

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QUANTITY AND VALUE OF MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC DUTIES.

^ YEARS ENDING

• ^

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

-

.. WINES.

. • Madeira.

V

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120,499 116,752 138,067 68,772 46,911

148,376 147,629 . 121,738

• 128,366 282,660

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Burguady, Champaign,

Rhenish, and Tokay.

3,931 5,588 8,165 2,576 1,073

10,047 18,045 17,968 25,743 23,562

-r Sherry and St. Lucar.

V

23,294 39,736 30.639 13,004 3,703

48,215 50,978

.16.243 42,594

- 62,689

Lisbon, Opor­to, and other of Portugal and

Sicily.

Gallous.

300,809 •473.902 124,101 63,606 55,038

314,322 277,408 259,151 174,093 352,350

Teneriffe, Fay­al', and other of the Western

islands.

424,956 446.461 284,622

87,053 6,858

185,899 168,756 218,479 •246,937

61,467

Glaret arid other not enu-

.merated, when imported in bot­

tles or cases.

All other wheu imported other­wise than in bot­tles or cases.

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

Value.

Dollars.

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 1,569,562

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YEARS ENDING

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

a U A N T l T Y AND VALUE OF MERCHANDISE PAYING'SPECIFIC DUTIES. '

FOREIGN SPIRITS.

From grain.

Ciuantity.

Gallons. .

" 492.176 796^807 309,687 602,279 146,250

1.258,834 535,226 550,565

1,116,492 700.535

Value.

Dollars.

203,858 285,121 135,292 226,331

56,196 484,674 222,954 250,282 502,974 319,123

From other mateiials.

Ciuantity.

Gallons.

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

Value.

Dollars.

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

1 . . MOLASSES. BEER, ALE, AND PORTER.

Ciuantity.

Gallons.

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 13,393,651-10,150,224

Value.

Dollars

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

Quantity.

» Gallons.

72,413 118,591 115,132 64,909 16,119 63,295 68,984 94,686 85,086 77,414

Value

Dollars.

- 59,950 96,906 94,637 62;309 15,506 59,139 62,213 79,590 79,070 71,238

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YEARS ENDING

-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

QUANTITY AND VALUE OF MERCHANDISE PAYING SPECIFIC DUTIES.

Foreign fishing.

Spermaceti. Whale and other fish.

Olive in casks. Castor. Linseed. Rapeseed. Hempseed.

7,000 1,735

25,059^ -

-5

27 1,426 ' —

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418 1,194 2,231 639 147 200 194 238

4,009 1,372

49,530 . 54,778 10,793 43.855 30,300

108,104 79,404 32,846

255,272 95,809

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52 2,451 244 73 369 689,

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17^136 79,367 90,459

111.871 • 32.390 131,528

"'*

. ' -

46 _ 57 109 29

9,398 18,123

43 3,848

52

Value.

Dollars.

51,680 49,380 17,832 ,26,804 26,114

103,639 89.715 68,646

140,827 109,782

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SOth September, SOth Septem.her, SOth September,

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1821 1822 1823

, 9 months to SOth June? 1824 Smonths to SOthSept

- SOth September, '30th September, 30th September, SOth .September, SOlh September,

,1824 1825 1826 1827 1828 1829

aXJANTITY AND VALUE OP MERCHANDISE PAYING SPECIFIC DUTIES.

VINEGAR.

Q,uaatity.

' , •

Gallons.

*

_ _

1,734 21,101 29.812 47,391 26.983 55,320

Value.

Dollars.

*

_

_ 195

5,353 6,934 9„673 5,135

10,144

. " ' ; ' • TEAS. _ ' ^

Bohea. .

191,953 498,570 668,384 336,668 163,166 338,610 236,682

1 61,345 90,065

L 54,868

Souchong. Hyson • skin • and other green.

Hyson and , young hysoii.

Pounds..

1,185,342 1,170,453 2,134,137 1.120,543 1,138,870 1,762,250 1,965,719 1,357,295 1,657.413. 1.325,714

1,706,837 2,143,508 2,160;935 1,619,934

779,853 . 3,425,757 2,570,004 1,225,984

, 1,860,513 1,778,224

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

Imperial, gun­powder, &c.

'

' • . - 1

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

Value.

Dollars.

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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YEARS ENDING

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

a U A N T I T Y AND VALUE OF MERCHANDISE^ PAYING SPEicIFIC DUTIES.

COFFEE.

Ciuantity,

Founds. • 1

21,273,659 25,782,390

. 37,337,732 20.901,761 9,322,535

45,190,630 -37,319,497 50,051,986 55,194,697 51,133,538

• Value . • •

Dollars.

4,489,970 5,552,649 7,098,119 4,299,903 1,137,126

• 5,250,828 4,159,558 4,464,391 5,192,338

• . 4,588,585- ^

COCOA.

Quantity.

Pounds.

1,920,516 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

Value.

Dollars.

231,174 245,432 349,233

-295,966 170,824. 511,-554 481,652 406,549 368,317 256,074

CHOCOLATE.,

Ciuantity.

Pounds.

1,326 1,251 1.614 7;814-

199 1,942 2,159 2,302 2,444 3,628 ,

Value.

Dollars.

419 469

, 646 750

87 726 733 819 762 986

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

a U A N T I T Y AND VALUE OF MERCHAlNrDiSE I^AYING SPECIFIC D U T I E S /

SUGAR. •' • r ' - . - . ;

Brown, &c.

Ciuantity.

Pounds.

53,145,654 77,470.813 53,788,724

1 57,198,256 -22,935.173 ' 64,480,041

76,019,015 70,108,937 51,686,955

• 58,597,574

Value. .

Dollats.

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

White, clayed, &c.

' Cluantityi

Pounds.

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

Value.

Dollars.

*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

Candy and loaf. '

(Quantity.

Pounds.'

2,866 " 5,016

2,260 662 505

• 854 1.334

608 .. 380

802

Value.

Dollars.

313 574 342

92 71

122 222

96 47

141

'. Other refined.

(Quantity.

Pounds.

71,076 135 670 43

, 77 525

Value.

Dollars.

4,886 10

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a U A N T I T Y AND VALUE OF MERCKANDISE PAYING SPECIFIC DUTIES.

. FRUITS.

Almonds.

Currants. . Prunes and , plum.s.

Figs. ,

' Raisins. • -

In jars and boxes, and IVIuscatel.

All other.

• ' Pounds. • - • • • • . . . •

264,818 262,160 489,361 329,375 '66,394

1,153,714 744,769 339,483 682,657 877,438

'24,688 120,779 135.944

: '147,9.90 44,426 98,273

250,750 309,129

50,819 29,334

125,300 67,852

111,440 168,816 •

546 206,945 140,946 179,749 279,904 100,896

259,617 190,966 468,938 664,914

389 865,257

. 591,186 841,510 884,570

1,220,266

. 1,030,240 2,704,706 2,181,062 1,915,915

_ ' 18,795 1,696,978

. 1,882,419 3,319,949 2,272.638 2,328;241

1.174,210 21653.333

• 2;69i;782 . 2,294,482

34,723 2,005,882 •

• 1,609,624 2,745,872 1,892,481

, 1,691,705

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Dollars.

181,035 364,516 400,523 295,859

12,362 358,040 374,990 433.954 343;843 355,566

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YEARS ENDING

36th September, 1821 SOth September, 1822 SOth September, . 1823 9 raonths to SOth June, 1824 3 months to SOthSept, 1824 SOth September, - 1825 SOth September, 1826 SOth September. • 1827 SOth September, 1828„ SOth September, 1829

' a u ANTITY AND VALUE OF MERCHANDISE PAYING SPECIFIC DUTIES. ;

CANDLES.

Sperm aceti-and wax.

• Gtuantity.

Pounds.

996 3,175

1 2,539

4,287 3.619

532 1,043

: 366

Value.

Dollars.

•V

1,929 1,539

248 535 116

Tallow.

Q.uantity.

Pounds.

574,201 273,446 105,285

60.118 3',783

39,760 98,962

143,724 398,526 132,917

Value.

Dollars.

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300 2,664 7,052

•16,458 28,331

9,563

CHEESE.

Gtuantity.

Tounds.

•, '89,312 50,546 86,825 40,386

^ 4,069 29,067 42,662

' 39,161 101,306 177,536

Value.

- Dollars.

• tf

- 1,066 4,"583

• 6,670 5,030

11,284 17,177

SOAP.

Gtuantity.

Pounds.

242,516 566,965 503,672 178,949 120,426 489,197 226,624 330,583 397,489-460,245

• Value.

Dollars.

* -* 7,494

29,369-13,714 19.334 .21,031 30,230

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/ . YEARS ENDING

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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 SOth September, 1826 SOth September, 1827 30th September, 1828 30th September, 1829

— • - ^ ; : — ^ •• , . , ;

a U A N T I T Y AND VALUE OP MERCHANDISE PAYING SPECIFIC DUTIES.

' TALLOW.

Ciuantity.

Pounds.

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

Value.

, Dollars.

*464,6i9 *360,859 *131,381 * 39,431

4,624 24,309 13,606 77,836

105,930-82,435

LAHD.

Ciuantity,

Poiinds.

t

2"42 1,648

147

Value.

Dollars.

41 88 •16

BEEP ANB .PORK.

Quantity.

Pounds.

t ' .

279 263,634 738,156

- 208,831 461,143 430,166

• Value.

Dollars.

19 5,294

23,982 " .8,049

22,094 17,598

BAOON.

Quantity.

Pounds.

t

6.272 15,626 43,525 .

5,214 3,894

' 9,526

Value.

Dollars.

422 1,244 3,679

503 343

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YEARS ENDING

30th September, 1821-30th September, 1822 30th September, 1823 9 months to 30th June3 1824 3 monthsto 30th Sept.) 1824 30th September, 1825 SOth September 30th September, 30th September 30th September

1826 1827 1828 1829

CAMFHOI?:

Refined.

Pounds.

Value.

Dollars.

22.308 232

5,355 . _ • .

1 15,763

• 4,719 13,426 26,155 8,251

' 1 25,739

Epsom. . Glauber. Value.

Pounds.

127,910 127,648 25,482

4,458 2,346

• 58

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465

13 1,426

1,760 5,769 1.007 '206 109

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Ginger.

.1,208 37,460

1,919 S05,093

2,771 547.

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Pounds.

' 2 226 131 520

5 36

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1,082 764 452

.6,786 3,913

11,803 13,336 ^ 2,787

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a U A N T I T Y AND VALUE OF MERCHANDISE PAYING SPECIFIC DUTIES.

SPICES-.

Nutmegs. Cinnamon. Cloves. Black pepper. Pimento. , Cassia.

. ' .' ' Pounds.

18,487 31.069 29^350 27,673 22,394 53,322 86,809 29.201 18,779' 63,824

20,257 • 11,303

• 45,881 62,286

. 16,287 49,807 18,461

6,787 8,692

11,065 •

8,362 27,441

116,404 49,998

. 5,233 92,252

148,932 83,159

124.009 52,378

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

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

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Dollars.

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

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"YEARS ENDING

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

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

Quantity.,

Pounds.

40 3,135

13,805 1,922

15 463

34,492 870

1,833 61

Value.

Dollars.

1.0 204

2,496 105 87 40

ciuantity.

Pounds.

' 2,310 ' 1,005

7,793 303

'5,624 3,410

. 2.622 21,362

1,744 2,059

Value.

Dollars.

* 647 *1,207 *5,053 * 387 3,160 1,454

941 20,232

.437 SOS

ciuantity.

Pounds.

584,805 1,126,928.

893,307 465,040

16;57S 814,420

1,151,700 682,796

1,385,282. 1,007,890

* Value of tobacco and snuff.

Value.

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

ciuantity.

Pounds.

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

Value.

Dollars.

140,616 • 30,206

58,198 54,732 46,654 78,138 47,766 14,034 57,736 54,813

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YEARS ENDING

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

a U A N T I T Y AND VALUE OP MERCHANDISE PAYING SPECIFIC DUTIES.

GUNPOWDER.

Gtuantity.

Pounds.

. 73,974 104,795 115,869 29,746 39,287 54,236

- 63,299 55,128 52,823

' 86,217

Value.

Dollars.

12,416 26,132 20,356 6,755 6.576

' 11,799 15,510 12,485 12,024 19,439

BRISTLES.

Ciuantity.

Pounds.

84,867 . 203,472

91,389 123,269

61,163 175,346 121.852 252-181 404,847 103,958

^ Value.

Dollars.

22,896 56,606 49,069

- 85,433 132,242

' 26,414

GLUE. •

(Quantity.

Pounds.

38,624 71,785 63,152 50,410

6,442 36,322 39,265 3,696

, 3,109 1 . 4,660

Value..

Dollars.

*29,l55 '90,043 *42,862 *64,217

884 4,321 5,145

318 t 320

548

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Ciuantity.

Pounds.

t

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SOth September, 1821 SOth September, 1822 SOth September, : 1823-9 months to 30th June, 1824 3 months to.S.Oth Sept.,'l824 30th September, . 1825 SOth September, . 1826 SOth September, 1827 SOth September, 1828 SOth September,' 1.829

a U A N T I T Y AND VALUE OF MERCHANDISE PAYING SPECIFIC DUTIES.

" OCHRE.

Dry.

Ciuantity.

Pounds.

' 303,543 1,297,631 1,572,793 ' 403,222

154,645 556,430 993,588

- 892,070 1,109,921

593,847

Value.

Dollars.

3,653 7,838

14,897 15,027 22,839

9,331

In oil. •. -

Ciuantity.

Pounds.

57,719 106,862

21,702 25,599

M 6 3 4,799

10,802 3,398

112

Value.

•'Dollars..

235 305 453 i 6 1 •

4

WHITE AND RED LEAD.

Ciuantity.

Pounds.

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

Value.'

'. Dollars.

58^395 154,699 129,408 131,013 186,853 21,955

WHITING AND PARIS WHITE.

. Gtuantity.

Pounds.

29,855 199,138 538,510 223,242

35,926 353,269 394,714 357,154

• 744,794 795,087'

.Value.

Dollars.

^322,568 *283,735 *266,636

^^230,665 387

3,783 3,266

^3,095 5,442 7,323

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13ar, sheet, and pi.g.

Quantity.

Pounds.

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 8,076,796-1,639,689

Value.

Dollars.

18,712 293,864 260,608 301,697 294,563 51,852

Shot.

LEADEN PIPES,

Quantity.

Pounds.

2,290,596 1,951,843 1,097,719

571,180 49,149

127,091 93,945 39,183,

, 88,549 . 7,728

Value..

Dollars.

^284,701 |-^266,441 n55.175 107,494

2,364 7,544 4,801 1,918 3,981

294

Quantity.

Pounds.

123,379

Value.

D.ollars.

Quantity. Value.

SUGAR OF LE.\D.

Pounds.

7,118 718,873 -5.505

jQ uantity

Dollars. Pounds.

Valae.

Dollars.

28,732 191

11,735 98,335

1,798 20,884

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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

a u ANTITY AND VALUE OF MERCHANDISE PAYING SPECIFIC DUTIES.

CORDAGE. •

Tarred and cables.

Qiiiantity.

Pounds.

374,170 718,293

• 737,081 435,680 .54,197 858,138

1,505.167 1,127.109 2,164,096 1.848,254

Value.

Dollars.

2^373 42,646 77,185 5'6,162

109,454 97,436,

Untarred and yam.

duantity.

- Pounds,

297,010 506,237 278,769

48,409 821

105,086 119,107 85,236 81,629

109,775

Value.

Dollars.

- "106 10,393

7,413 6,339

' |6,744 '8,868 •

T W I N E , PACK-THREAD, SiC.

Quantity.

Pounds.

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

Value.

Dollars.

* 107,867 * 147,321 * 122,277 * 73,283

29,198 87,981 62,827 76,486 §6,302 87,692

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QUANTITY AND VALUE OF MERCHANDISE PAYING/SPEQIFIC DUTIES.

CORKS;

Ciuantity.

Pounds.

j 29.964 U 91,960

140,885 137.540 217^586 • 170,106

. Value.

Dollars.

4^129 23.954

1 39^303 1 37,161

50,923 35,325

• ' COPPER. , '

Rods and bolts.

. (Quantity.

Pounds.

29,260 1 62,128

27,379 12,802

1 105,103 1 32,103

13,616 _7,309

274

Value..

Dollars.

27,005 • 7,257

3,081 1,291

29

Nails and spikes.

Ciuantity.

Pounds..

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

1,579 3,394 1,315

11,986 5,872

Value.

Dollars.

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

432 979 304

2,214 1,267

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

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r I R O N . ' ^

Ironandsteel wire.

Quantity;-

Pounds.

S05,359 '-• 78.4,491

618,922 541,121 228,256

". 826,994 765,660 846,910

1,338,524 -463.145

Value.

.Dollars.

35,884 102,361 77,137 72,292

, 28,911 91,539 90,401 79,257 •

117,467 51,170

Tacks, brads, and sprigs.

Not exceeding 16 oz. per M.

M.

47,908 41,526 .23,044 19,801 19,542 37,485 .

19,902 : 16,91 i

13,415

Exeeeding 16 oz. per M.

Pounds.

* *

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19,763 2,63 r

• 4,948 5,349

Value.

• Dollars.

2,432 9,293 4,135 4,391 5,133 4,249

Nails.

Cluantily.

Pounds.

678,554 890,643 581,639

'308,917 95,700

393,863 230,996 502,457 653,655 532,407

Value.

Dollars.

*

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7,320 41,953 23,739 46,080

.46,625 36,723

Spikes.

Gtuantity.

Pounds..

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

Value.-

Dollars.

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• 1,802 1,191 1,328 -2,624 3.598 3,315

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M.—IMPQRTS INTO THE UNITED'STATES'FROM'1821 TO-1829—Continued.

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I, YEARS ENDING HH - - . • - - . ' • - ,.- ^

H - l ~ • . / - ^ - .

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

^ ^ ^ aUANTl 'TY AND VALUE OF MERCHANDISE PAYING SPECiFIC DUTIES. . '

. ' . ; • „ - ' . ' ~ > • ' \ ' \ ' • , ' - I R O N . ' V , - • • <•' - " ' " • . ' . , ' •

Anchors.

' Gtuantity.

Pounds. \

c

* 72,580, * 193,817

-*114-;580 * 93,073 • 53,991

• \ 49^262 . 46,680

' 67,371 55,640 54,023

Value.

Dollars.

-2,790 3,050 2,'502 2,901 3,-535 2,979

.. ' - . . She.et and hoop. ' -

Q,uanlily.

Pounds.'

cwt. 24,122 • . 37,424

39,914 • 26,154

lbs. 1,062,704 . -2,106,677

2,407,867 4,419,732 6,551,642

• 2,441,024

• Value.

Dollars.. !

tl45,711 • .t215,022 t203,446-fl2l,6,42 • 37,583

88,1 l i -.- 88,438 . :135,769

236,794 89'.057

Castlrigs.vessels, and'all other.

•Ciuantity.

<' Pounds.

cwt. : 7,037-. 10,663 > 1'4;221

^ 12,833 lbs. 208,712

1,618,975 1,432,976

^1,108,113 1,133,140 1,248,157

Value.

Dollars.

+ + +

t. % ' •

7.217 67,275 • 55,526 44,402

•44,192 41,782

• 1

In pigs.

GLuantity. •

- Cwt. • .

18,356 23,614 49,607 13.543

, '2,313 16,309

.• 34,092 , 35,118; 169,937

-22,771

Value.

, ., Dollars.

§ 56,805 § -72,435 §117,696 § .58,710

3,444 .36,513 67,004 46,881 93,025.

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' .. YEARS ENDING

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Spth Septeraber, , 1821 30th September, 1822 SOth September,.. 1823 9 months to 30th June. 1824 -Smonths to 30th Sept.^ 1824 SOth September, .- 1825 SOth September, . 182.6-SOth September,. 1827 SOth September, 1828 30th September, 1829

QUANTITY AND VALUE OF MERCHANDISE FAYING SPECIFIC DUTIES . , - :

' y - •' - " ' I R O N . - .. " • ' ~

Fire arms.. • . ' ' ,

, ." Muskets. > .

. - ; N o . / ^ ' ••

.

2,140' '28,125 18,188'

., 4,1,10 "7;09l

13,937

Value. •

• Doilars. ,

2,754 91,998

•65,689. - 13,176

. 26,679^ 44,715

, • .' Rifles. V . . . • . - • s ^

. No."

'-."~ 2 46

158 12 6

_ 10

' Value,

Dollars.',

\ 15 781

•- ' '1,841 ' - 2 7 7

96 125

Cables and chains, or pans .thereof.

Gtuantity.

Pound's.

r 210.550 '423,766 ^431,766 . 388.393 •

847,655 •810,372

• v ^

.\ Value.

- Dollars.

10,491 ,, 33;568 ' "29,140"-

25,624 45.611

• 41.097 .

Mill cranks and mill irons, 'of wrought iron.

Gluantit}^

Pounds.

354' . ' 37

5.57 • •• 3 0 0

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Dollars.

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M.—IMPORTS INTO THE UNITED STATES FROM 1821 TO 1829~Continuecl.

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YEARS ENDING

• • ^ • . • -

,30th September, 1821 30th September, . 1822 SOth Septemher, 1823-9 months toSOth June, 1824 "3 months to SOthSept., 1824 SOth Sept.ember, > 1825 SOth September, 1826 SOth September, 1827 SOth September, ^ ^ .1828 SOth September, 1829

CIUANTITY AND VALUE OF MERCHANDISE PAYING SPECIFIC DUTIES.

' Nail or spike rods, slit.

"• ..

Gtuantity.. •

Pounds. ,

. , ' >

,—

— i ' '•

2,307 .3,249

•- • . 240 840,986 ,985,909 • 7,282

Value.

Dollars.. .

— ' '.

_ - 339

106 17

13,273 28,176

234 •

Slit or rolled for band or scroll or casement rods.

Gtuantity. .

Pounds.

• ^

_ _ _ , ' 6,832

- . 70-. 2,458

111,286 ., 97,909

•- --

Value.-'

Dollars.

__ . _. .

^ 457

^ . 7 3:946

• 6,489 ' 2 ,931

. . . ~ •

_ >. 1

-Bar and bolt.

Rolled. .

• Gtuantity. ^

. Cwt.

-. 43,684 • .101,334 106,933

^ '89,090 . 26,719

- 85,010 88,741 •

.• 462,052-" 205.897

^ 66,408

• \ .

Value,

Dollars.

/ .' - . V

- . __

^ ^55,117 ; '224,497-

223,259 347,792

. Ml.,000 119,326

• . - . Hammered. -

, Gtuantity. .

Cwt.

343;094 • 532,805

591,880 253,393

. 172,573 492,998 467,515

^ 440.200 • 667,849

' 589,638

Value

. ^Dollarsr

•t.i ,213,041 11,864,868 11,891,635 t 907,780 •• 483,686 1,562,146 1,590,350 1,323,749 2,141,178 1,884',049

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M.—IMPORTS INTO THE UNITED STATES FROM 1S21 TO 1829—Conti'nued.

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' ' . • - ' • ' - .

YEARS ENDING

^ ; .

SOth September, 30th September, . ^ SOth September, 9 months to-SO.th June Smonths to SOthSept. 30th September, 30th September, SOth September, . SOth September, SOth September, ' '

1821. 1 822 1823

,1824 ,1824 1825 1826 1827 1828 1829

a U A N T I T Y AND VALUE OF-MERCHANDISE PAYING SPECIFIC. DUTIES.

J • S T E E L . •

-

. Cluantily.

'Cwf. ,

-11,570 -16,098

. 20,551 15,004 6.950

- 26,675 -36,525' 25,012

i 35,660 24,000

Value.

Dollars.

131,291 189.613 224,595 166,265 70,140

291,215 •384,235 310,197 '430,425 289,831

- H E M F . y

- •

Quantity.

Cwt.

86,192 . 178.503 115,735 46,673 48,173

-76,817 . 88,116 100,566 161,604 95,195

Value.

Dollars.-

'

''510,489 . 1,054,764 - 674,454

241.107 • 243,968

'43i;787 551,757

• 635,854 1,075,243

655,935

' F L A X , UNMANUFAC­

TURED.

Q.uandty.

Cwt.

*

- — 1 ' ' • ' - * -

.

"";-

-" ' 6.488

11,343

Value."

. Dollars'.

r —

. • _ - '

• _ " • _ ' ^

^ _ 46,686,'

W O O L j UNMANUFACTURED*

.: . - '

Gtuantity.

Pounds.

- • • t '

— ' —

T

— _ -_ -

787,951

• Value.

Dollars.

^ __

-. -

1 -120,206.

82,083^ 1,494,439". 239,882

. ' ALUM. •

Quantity.

Cwt.

1,364 3,345 2,106

262

13 2

84

1 ' ^ -

Value.

'Dollars.

3,741 10,601

• 6,196 1,017

31 20

346 48

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M,—IMPORTS INTO'THE UNITED.STATES-FIIOM' 1821-TO 1829—ContinuecL

- Y E A R S ENDINC

• J : , / : ••

SOth September, 30th September, : 30th. September,. ^ 9 months to.SOth Jane 3 months to 30th Sept. SOth September, SOth September, 30th September, SOth September, 30th'September,"

' • • • ~

1821^ 18.22^ 1823-1824

,1824 1825 1826 1.827' 182-3 1829

' a U A N T I T Y AND VALUE OF MERCHANDISE PAYING SPECIFtC DUTIES..

COPPERAS, ^

Gtuantity.

Cwt. •

1,829 10.692 16,973 48,729.

785-3,4(:9 4,361-3,251 . 3,887 1,822

Value,

• •

Dollars.

'• 1,581 12,614 17,282

• 8,707-• 728

3,949 • ••6j882

3,629 4,535 2,053

. WHEAT FLOUR, '

Gtuantity

Cvv:t.

#

370 • 118 , 33

' - 47, • 6

^ 151

Value.

Dollars.

— •

' , _ •

-1,274 266

' 82 91

' 12 339

SALT. '

Gtuantity.

. Bushels.

3,943,-727 4,087,381 5,127,657 3,383,672 1,017,727 4,574.21/2 4-,564,720 4,320,489 3,962,957 5,945.547

f

Valae.

Dollars.

609.021 625,932 74(f,866 •473,557 139.929 589,125., 677.058 535,201 443,469 714,618

.^ COAL. ,

-

Gtua,ntity.

; . Bushels..

". 627,737 970,828 854,983

' 572,310 192,505 722,255 970,021

1,127,388.-. 906,200

1,2.72,970

• Value.

.Doilars:

91,352 139,790-111,629 81,659 29,882

108,527 145-.26:.2-142,677-104,292 • 145,993^

W H E A T .

• A

Quantity

Bushels.

488. 1,065 3.448 1.064

852 263

Value.

Dollars.

140 1,015 '5,000

910 688 305

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30th September, 1821 SOth September, ^ 1822 SOth September, . " 4823 9 months to SOth 5\mQ, 1824 3. months-td SOth Sept., 1824 SOth Septeniber, 1825 SOth September, 1826 SOth September; ' 1827 SOth September^ 1828 SOth September, -1829

a u ANTITY AND-VALUE OF MERCHANDISE PAYING SPECIFIC DUTIES.

Gtuantitj'

Bushels,

935 12,508 . 822~ 1,138

216

Value.

Dollars.

197 3,901

209 110 102

POTATOE,?.

Gtuantity.

Bushels.

10 19,573 72,418. 39.626 39.746 46,482

Value. Folio and quarto "post.

Dollars.

. 7,558 29,411 14.273 13,878 17,771

Foolscap, drawing, aiid

writing. '

Printing, copper­

plate, and stainer's.

Sheathino -All -other.

Pounds.

1,693 20,684 16,259 10,147 1(.),04S 66,172

• • , v • . J

169,312 1,317,627 972,693 146,704 197,879 . 483,735 .

• ^ — -

• 5.556 3,329' 665

2,111 4,412

71,986 101,388 67;982.

~ 45,244 .'64,840

53,1 07

6,018 • 24.958 186,848

13,833 25,896 18,979

Value.

Dollars.

75,827 273,129 250,264

44.241 53.760 84,258

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M.-IMPGRTS INTO T H E UNITED S T A T E S .FROM

YEARS ENDING

SOth September, 1821 SOth September, " 1S22 SOth September, 1823.

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

1821 TO 1829—Continued.

QUANTITY AND VALUE OFMERCHANDISE PAYING SPECIFIC^ DUTIES.

Printed previous, to

1775.

Printed in other lan-

|guages -than •English,

Latin, and ' Greek.

Latin or Greek;

All other: Value.

" Volumes. Pounds:

962 7,430 1,619 1,413 2,913 2,924

- 7,870 82,542

131,976 77,614 75,046

•7.7,006

2,109 9,755

13,300. .5,447 6,902' 4,508

Dollars.

17,338 105,716 50,304 67,320

- 71,016 98,455

9,679 172,146 ,167,191 119,287 120,537 138,528

*SuIiject to ad valorem duties until 30th Jane, 1824. t Subject to both ad valorem and specific-duties.

GLASSWARE.

Cut and not specified.- - All other articles'of.

Gtuantity. Value.

Pounds. Dollars. Pounds.

6,870 32,106 36,086

.25,759 39,569 34,491

I 1,743 115,523 U7,400 12,271 15,402 10,691

271,118 936,238 876,858

1,249,602 1,515,945 1,326,95.4

$ Included in the toial Value of articles paying d uties ad valorem.

auantity. Valu

Dollars.

•t 60,820 1202.482 {122,731 174,234 180,626 148,638

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M.—IMPORTS INTO THE UNITED STATES FEOM 1821 TO 1829—Continued.

' •

• -YEARS ENDING

30th September, SOth September,' SOth September, 9, monthsto SOth June 3 months to"30th Sept. SOth September,, 30th September, SOth Septembery SOth September, "SOth September,

1821 1822 1823 1824

,1824 ^ 8 2 5 ' . 1826 1827 1828 1829'

' ^ , a u ANTITY AND VALUE OF MERCHANDISE PAYING SPECIFIC

Apothecary's.vials. ' '

• Not above' 4 oz. and

' less.

Above '4 oz. and not

above 8 oz'

Groce!

• _

, ^.

1,461 4,167.

•. 3,224 i 8,611.

3,182 580-

. *

~ .'

-, -146 , 4'69

• 227--1,227

i 813 '111 -

Value.

Dollars.

^ ' ^

6,745, 70,075

9,219 22,903 10,640

' 2,004

- ' ^Bottle?. • -

Not above 1 quart.

-

Above 1 qt. and not

above 3 qts.

Above 2 qts. and not.

above 1 gal.

Groce. : - ' '

. : 10,147 • 15,147 ^

• -12.136 • 7,447

• 2,686 12,413 22,923 27..720

• •21,979 - . 12,217

#

_

17 • 669 •

'597 . 84 9 0 -

147

* .

• _

29 ' • 4.

2 6 ••

• • 3 5

2 3 . • .. 19

Value. ,

Dollars. .

t 107,354 t 134.147 t 149.207 t 61,760

13,210 64,658

115,100 140,743 104,767 58,502

DUTIES.

. Demijolins.

(Quantity.

'No . '

*

-10,764 37,883 63j553 53,251 56.295 60,825

Value.

Dpllars.

• • *

• 1,7^7 - 15,437

25,547 20„710 19,573

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• ^ : / - ~ - , - \ .

YEARS ENDIN^C

" -" / . __

SOth September, •30th September,, ^ 30th,Se.ptembe.r,. . 9 months to 30th-Jin.ie 3moj3ths'to30thSept. 30th September, 30th September, • SOth Septeniber, SOth September, SOth September,

' •

1821 1822 1823.

,1824 ,1824 1825 1826 1827 1828 1829

/ • ' • ' . - . - • "'

' ; ' a U A N T l t Y AND VALUE OF MERCHANDISE PAYING SPECIFIC DUTIES, ' .

' . GLASS. , • '- ' . .

Not above 8 by 10 inches.:

"'_' -, WindoV. . .^. .

. Nbt above • 10 by 12:

inches.

Above , 10 by 12

inches.

- J

Above 10 by 15 inches.

Uiicul, " in plates."

100 square-feet. .

- -

_

66 -' . 5 2 8 ' • 1,293 -

939 637 736

*8..824 . *6,845

•• '14,450 - •*4,855 - • .-45

806 1,209'

667 • 311

• - 351

^ • 84 3,206 4,922 3,210 3,404

241

-

_ • -'

2,220

5,434 966 '

• 558 .855. ^

• , 8S

- Value,

^ Dollars."

'_..

• 5,858 59,956 71,348 71,752

•56,577. 50,355

-:

"-Dried. / .

'

"Gluiiitals.

- 346 712-

2,969 . 6 4 4

500-• 1.628

757 685

• • . 4 3 4 - 492

- . FISH.

Salmon. Mack­erel.

..All oilier.

Barrels.

1,048 '• 1,244 •• 1,.5J17 • 1,935

' .2,639 - 1,540

1,013 , 1,540

- -730 ' 999

• . 7 •

387 67

782 >- 8 242 •87 39 38

• 95

116 95

268 373 278. 778 242 101 187 138

Value.

DoUars. '

13,186 19.255 31,914 27,864 1.5,.547 29,500 18,841 24,971 10,469 16,182

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. " ^ ' ; • ' . • - " ^ • . - . ^

, ' ^. YEiVRS ENDING ' , •

- V .• -

30th September^ 1821 30th September.^ . 1822 SOth Septeuiiber,' '. 1823. 9 monthsto 30th June, 1824 3 months to SOthSept., 1824 30th'September, .1825 30th September, aS26 SCth September, 1827 SOth September, ' 1828 SOth September, 1829

a u ANTITY AND VALUE OF MERCHANDISE PAYING SPECIFIC- DUTIES.

' . , SHOES AND SLIPPER3. ' / \

sm., PriiBelle and other, of stuff or nankeen,

- • & c . .

Leather, mo­rocco, kid, &c.. for men and women.

Children's.

Pairs^ ' . , ' '

h 352 968

1,124 1,829-

' 3,027 ' 1.759

•32 ' 903 1,353 1,106

• 1,316 • 1,563

• 7,7r4 14,979

.11,138 - 4,099

•288 '- 3,399

• 3,581 •2,714 1,986 3,190.

• 12 ' 229-

308 1,043

739 • ' 235

-Value.

Dollars,

'• *6,445 - *9,192

!7,314 *2,S97 . 464

. 3,203 ; ' 4,705 -4,739

, 4,441 -! -• '4,869

BOOTS AND BOOTEES."'

Glitantity.

, Pairs.

281 , .181

' '479 41 14

: • 207 • 455

, 470 114

'- 207

; Value.

•Dollars. '

"66-" 7 9 2 1,224 1'.078

455 . 614

CIGARS.

Ciuantity.

M . •

.11,000 21,213 1-8,310 11,751 2,646

19,169 22,949

/31,616 19,169 28,887 j

Value.

Dollars.

113.601 ' 197,282 •189,210 -112,148 • 23,250-

, 215,'819. 253,542 174,931 209-,479 310,943

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• • : "^^ ' . \

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YEARS ENDING

30th September, 1821 SOth Septembe'r, 1822 SOth September,' 1823 9 njonthsto 30 Jane, 1824 3 months to 30 Sept.,1824 SOrh September, 1825 :JOth September, 1826 30.rh September, 1827' SOth September, 1828 SOth September, .1829

CIUANTITY AND VALUE OF MERCHANDISE PAYING ^SPECIFIC DUTIES.

PLAYING CARDS.

Gtuantity.

Packs. 1

• 586 • 576

•-• 444 - 3,853

11,870 708

: 20,688 1,042

620

Value.

Dollars.

136 . 32

. • 39 . 401

1,252 173

1,610. . • • 8 1

' 69

. ' '- ROOFING SLATES. ' •' ' - _ -

Not above ' 12 by 6

inches. ;

Not above 12 by 14 ' inches.'

Not above 14 by 16 ; inches. .

Not above 16 by, 18 inches.

Not above 18 by 20. inches.

Not above . 20 by 24

inches.

Above '20 by 24 •inches.

- " • - . Tons , ' • . , - '

, • 397 -2:818

) -: :.75

938 -• ' 2,443 • -. '.1,824'

586 - 620 •

137 1,553

^ 3 7 • 523 •

^ 52' ,'59

Value.

Dollars.

• 7,116 68,632

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y E A R S ENDING

30th September, - -- 1821 SOth September, - - 1822 SOth September, - ' - 1823 9 raonths to SOth September,. 1824 3 monihs to SOth September,- 1824 SOth.^eptember, - . - 1825^ SOth September, fi . - 182B ' SOth September, - ,• - 1827 ' SOth September, - - 1828^' SOth September, - - 1829 !

/

Payiri" g duties^ad valorem.. "

- , • * •

•. •<

Paying specific ^ duties.

' • - • ' .

Total of merchand­ise paying duty. .,

Free of duty. Totalvalue of im­ports.

' •' . - \ ^ , Dollars. - '

^ 30,894,917 46,361,215 40,621,552 29,810,556 11,440,277 •

.55,923,959' ' ^ 42,713,330

. 41,956,121 - 45,845.761

. 37,846,298

- "21,608,49^ 29,581,618 27,909,427

~ 19,567,838 7,166,563

29,468,606 29,693,3Y8'

. 25,672,843 • 30,284,887

: • 24,840,728 •

52,.503,411 75.942,833

, 68,530,979' 49,378,394 18,606.840

, 85,392.565 .72,406.708 67,628,964 76,130,648 62,687,026,

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 '. 74,492,527

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. • •

Y E A R S ENDIIFG

1

_ . , VALUE OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE FREE OF DUTY. ' '

Aiitimojiy, regulus of

Lapis calami-naris, teliten-egue, spelter, or zinc.

•Burr-stones, unwrought:

(

Brimstone and sulphur.

- • •

Cork tree, bark of

Dollars.

Furs of all kinds.

Hides and . skins, xdi\Y.

Plaster of Paris. ,

Specimens of botany.

SOth September,, 1821 SOth Septemher,'' ' 182> SOth September, 182S SOth September, 1824 SOth September, ' ' 1825 .SOth September,^ ^ 1826 -SOth September, 1827 SOth S^pptember, 1828 SOth September; 1829

-• - • • - : • ,

_

80 •'

^

~ '

f

_ ' • _ 5 " ^ ^ - '

" 15;339 30,527 25,720 15,131 6,012

153 _ _ ,.

-z. '

- • • • : _ "

• - •

935 7.(T3

2,684 • 2,653

3.704. '696

, 1,512 -^4.311 -3,950

• «•

- ' _

1,710-

''' -- —

- • ' - - - ' .

- 7,839 1,105 5,414' 2,901 5,049

40.903 - 2,787 '8;071 . 5,273

61,92r 36,416

630,261 ' 339,493

•132,681 ,364,672 390,032 274,099

•350,166

• 88 35

49 - 10

152

112 .

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^

- ITEARS ENDINC

/-

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

T-.

• \ •

1821 1822 1823 1824

•1825 1826 1827 1828 1829

• / - VALUE OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE FREE OP DUTY. -

-

Models of in^ ventionand, machinery.

' ' ' ' • ' • ' •

Barilla.

W O O D .

Dye. • "

Unmanufac­tured mahog­

any.

-" • " ^ "

Tin, in pigs ,and bars.

' - ]

Brass,,old.

fi' '

CJOPPER.

., In pigs and

bars. In.plates..suired to the sheath­ing of ships.

Dollars. ~ ^ - ^ - • ( . . - • ' ' '

•H-

__ _

, _ >

^ 21

" ' - •

*

, _

. ,-_ _. • -_

11.650

15,333

t l 12,825 ' 1233,782 1537,560. ;t545,391

806,125 419,900'. 256,329 291,911

- 325,148

«

, ^ _

-78,323 ': ^39,700'

. 77,469 . 128,070

' 83,766

' • K -

' . ' ^ ' -^ - ' , ' ' r

6,046 7;929 7,923 2,075 •

^ - 7

_ ; '• _ . -;

._' ^ . r -

' _ . _ -

. 18,121 -

22.822 . 26,170 , 76,783

133,883 16,862 •

' 89,373 22^190 94.277 69,773 ~

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' -, 25,224 39.684

- 17,252 51,282 36,237

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M,—EXPORTS FROM l^HE UNITE'D STATES. FROM 1821 TO 1829—Continued.

' ' ' ' " . • • ~

\ ' • - • ' r '

; YEARS ENDING

SOth.S'eptember, ' 1821 SOth September, . 1822 . SOth September, 1823 SOth September, 1824 30th September,. .1825" SOth September, " 1826

' SOth September, .', 1827 SOth September,. 1828 SOth September, 1829

' VALUE OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE FREE OF DUTY. ^

COPPER.

< . Old..

BULLION..,

, Gold. ^ Silrer.

' , . SPECIE. •' -

Gold."' ' Silver; - ' • < 7 '

All other ar- ,' • tides'..

,- ' Total.

. - ' ' - . ' . - '. •• ' Dollars. ' . , ^ .. ' ' ' ' , 0

27080' .-' 4,093

.-• . 78Q, 1,614

-.2,950,

'• *

15^^48 .8,611 13,663

^ -25.270

' ; .90 -28,248

1,800 .

• 10^849 25,090

, 3,236 42,588-

• • 213,821

315,672 ^ 434,555 820,304-'.'

" 928;384 . ^ 935,102- .

10,477,969 • 10,781,932 .

' 6,371,187 • :7,014,552 . -"8,470,534

3,623,385 6,139,155

. -6.565,804. ;3,136,941 .

,• .80,085-• 76,505

71.,06() 76,160

. ; ' 1,453

.-- - - "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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^ -YEARS ENDINC

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

JX

1821 1822 1823 1824 1825 1826 1827 •1828 1829

• VALUE .OF FOREIGN MERGHANDISE SUB.TECT TO DUTIES AD'VALOREM.

Cloths and

Exceeding 33^ cents per

sqnare 5^ard.

229,785 150,454 314,657 402,S08-363.479 245.279 157,095 100.433 138,929

cassimeres.

Not exceeding 33^ cents per square yard.

1 441 15,487 9,508 8,882

129

!

Flannels and baizes.

•*

140,661 42,392

^ 11,425 12;(I22

5,533

MANUFACTURES OF WOOL.

Blankets and rugs.

• Ho.siery, •• gloves, mits, and bindings.

Dollars.

46,895 13.034

1 16,692 1 42,219

24,914 31,166 14,317 24,840

8,195

1 ,2.330 17,314 36,881 79,191

110 9.956

'687 2,.0S6 1,658

Worsted stuff goods.

.

102.572 27,075

131,722 1 111.446

71,338 49,478 26,956 26,099 22,985

All other man­ufactures of.

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

• f

Total.

381,582 • 209.877 499,952 635,164 670.088

j 441.376 241.701 191.514 191,099

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YEARS ENDINi

30th Septemher, SOth September, SOth September, • SOth September, SOth September, SOth September, SOth September, SOth Septemher, SOth September,

j r

1821 1822 1823 1824 1825 1826 1827 1828 1829

VALUE OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUB.TECT T O DUTIES AD VALOREM.

Printed and colored.

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

White.

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

-

Hosiery, gloves, mits,

&c..

*

46^311 . 74,-162 46,788 44.988

• 42,222

M.ANUFACTHRES OF COTTON.

'Twist, yarn, and thread.

Dollars

6.-532 8,817

• 24,767 8,474 9.412

34^862 63.413 46.736

. 27,656

Nankeens.

874.608 741.882 865,518 321,204 443.271 336,295 230,448

. S24,274 397,033

All other manu­factures of.

-

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

Total value.

1,.581,143 1,664.696-2,617.293 2,481,977 2.404,455 2.226.090 1.838,814 2,242,739 1,564.940

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YEARS ENDING

SOth. September, 1821 SOth September, 1822 SOth September, 1823 SOth September, 1824 SOth September, ' 1825 SOth September, 1826 30(h September, 1827 Suth September, - 1828 30th September, 1829

VALUE OF. FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO DUTIES AD VALOREM.

MANUFACTURES OF SILK.

-From India.

From piece goods.

Inciig., Oilier niann^.ac-

iures.

From Other places.

Piece goods.

Other manu­iactures of.

VESTINGS AND PLAIDS.

Of wool or wool and cotton, or silk.

Of cotton or colton and silk.

MANUFACTURES O F F l . i X .

Linens, bleach edor unbledfh

ed.

Checks and siripes.

All olher maniifac-lures of.

Dollars.

1,081230 1.415.823

743,430-648,820 470.473

296,007 235,66^ 148,545 64.790 78,637

604,474 874.005 483.291 279.997 212,676

1,057,233 1 1,01(5,262 1 1,512.449

1,816,325 ^ 581,031

709,223 314,860 229,577 159,172

1 19,480 13,034. 9,472.

828 1,968

30,114 10,735 fT,()53

2,.572 99U

245,848 36b,104

1.450.795 1,660.822 1,688,878 1,412,017

695,231 782.844

, 720,122

*

44.960 19.1.': 8 3,877

15.213 8,404

44.798 22,546 .8,336, 25.843 22,779

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YEARS E N D I N

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

G

1821 1822 1823 1824 1825 1826 182^ 2828 1829

- ' VALUE OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO DUTIES AD VALOREM.

' MANU.FACTURE3 OF HEMP. - .

Sail duck.

*

21P,979 ll8,435 115,220 102,200 63,566

Tick] en-burgs, Os-naburgs, and Bur­

laps.

Russia sheetings.

. -

Brown. White. ,.

i(-

'__ _

• 46,374 16,090 27,009 51.178 39,429

-.'"' t _-_

"_ 334,145 318.891 353.083 263.045 191,325

t — _ _ __

36,639 5,024 2.756 1,699

15,604

Oib«r mamilac. tures of.

MANUFACTURES OF IRON, AND IRON AND STEEL.

Side arms, and fire

arms, ex­cept rifles and mus­kets.

Cutting knives,

scythes & sickles, reaping

hooks, &c.

Dollars.

26,516 13.873 14,090 68,845 17,8.52 13.894 16,255 16,685 10,033

#

— _

36,043 29,132 12,180 10,770 12,597

* _

• _

_

5,274 5,610 1,371 3,542 1,011

Screws weighing 24 Ib.s. or upwards.

Wood screws.

Other ar­ticles not

^speciiisd.

* •

, .. — — _ 183

_

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237 • 486

198 -

164,306 189,567 136,824 274.421 226,190 232:833 218,348 186,362 100.712

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M.—EXPORTS FROM T H E UlNlTED STATES •FROM 1821 TO 1829—Continued.

Y E ^ R S ENDING

SOth September, 1821 SOth September, 1822 30th September, 1823 30th September, 1824 SOth Septeraber, 1825 SOth Sept.ember, 1826 SOtb September, 1827 SOth September, 1828 SOth September, 1829

VALUE OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO DUTIES AD VALOREM. »

COPPER.

Vessels of.

All other manuiac­tures of.

MANUFACTURES OP

Brass. Tin. ,, Pewter and lead, excepi shot.

Wood, in- • eluding ca­binet avares.

Leather, including • sad dips,

bridles, and harness.

Ready made clothing.

Glass ware not subject to specific duiies.

- Dollars.. ^ - .

811 30

421 1,002

5,194 2,339

500 8.6S9 8 207 3167

428 9,908

347

971 19.060 3,307 1,493 3,438

18,545 47,471 38,908

8,557

4,018 1,498

. 7-38 3,807 2,750 1,081

467 260 357

^507 30

906

1(1^849 , 26,711-

20,687 11,337 11,996

f455 10 055 9 375-3 216

' 4,156

-

• 4.5.583 53,224 43.991 58,825 28,259 48,727 41.519 39.045 15,841

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YEARS ENDING

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

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1821 1822 1823 1824-1825 1826 1827

-1828 1829

'Continued.

VALUE OP FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT T O DUTIES AD VALOREU. '

MANUFACTURES OF . * ' '

Wares. ' . '

China, and porcelain.

Earthen and stone.

Japan­ned.

Plated. Gilt.

Gold and silver.

Watches, and parts, of

Articles composed wholly or chiefly of

pearls, &c.

Lace."

Thread, silk, or cot­ton, except

coach.

Coach.

Plated saddlery, coach and

furniture.

Dollars. •

•' 7,804 8,966 4,321 4,279

12,425 35,070 18.371 21,680 5,09S

31.049 46,001 48.418 57.758 66.216 65,822 84,762 95.570

.47.576

•Jf

570 169

- 378 217

50

X-

2,661 2.061 7,903 7,530 2,172'

a-

38.712 56,759 36.596 7,422 5,170

*

8,978 13,S83 7.760

19.166 3,974

67,395 33.542 22,613

. 46,602 21,445 74,401 14,712 35,824 21,544

*

' 135,964 206.976

73,854 75.424

- 56,312

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YEARS ENDING

^ VALUE. OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO DUTIES AD VALOREM.-

MANUFACTURES O F

Square wire,used

for um­brella

stretchers.

Marble, and manuiac­tures of

Slates and tiles, for building.

Prepared quills.

Black lead pencils.

Paper, writ­ing and

wrapping.

Paper hang­ings.

Brushes of all idnds.

tJair cloth,

and hair h:eating.

Oil cloth, and oil cloth carpeting, cf evuy des­cription.

Dollars.

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

*

990 128

-701 810

t965

•a-

2,514 - 3,313

2,269 ' 341

298

•«•

_•

646 1.441

639 500 855

10,189 5,635

28,938 45,142

+ 4-

_ „

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1,843 1,524 1,881 1,326 2,183

*

'

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1,551

_

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185

_ 324

* "

425 911

2,283 2,446

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VALUE OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT T O DUTIES. AD VALOREM.

GluicksiJve

MANUFACTURED

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

^Not designated until 1825,

UNMANUFACTURED ARTICLES.

Oil cloth, ind oil cloth • •arpeting, of| every des­cription.

Hats, caps, and bonnets.

Leghorn, straw, chip

or grass plats, braids]

or plaits,

Of fur, wool,

leather, and silii:.

Copper bot toms, and copper in plates or

sheets, not suited to the, .sheathing of|

ships.

Brass, m plates or sheers.

Dollars.

9,967 14,116 11,528 9,075 4,482

14,471 ^3,987

9,463 2,452

*

z 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

Tin, in plates or sheets.

Raw silk,

W O O L .

Above 10 cents per ib.

40,291 4,856 7,666

29,395' 22,786 36,531 25,272 39,255 21,922

1.407 24,639

132,295 181,150 47,277-35,967

1,667 16,884 2,957

28,686 3,094

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

Not ex­ceeding 1' cents^ pe lb.

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VALUE OP FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT

-

Opium.

All ether articles.

#

-_

394,290 139,799 117,472

939.916 1,051,188 2.097.906 2,516,980

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m per cent.

/

15 per cent.

20 per cent

Dolla.rs.

t __

l,30a538 699,938 621.897 616,211 374,559.

t _

1,815,993 1,183.276

796,612 836,939 670,3^11

"t

1 - ' 97.705 79.300 27,741 21,579 18,914

T O D^UTIES AD VALOREM.

), SUBJECT TO DUTIES AT

.25 per cent.

30 per cent.

33i, 35, 45, and 50 per cent.

,

t _ „

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

t

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195,324 [ 195,742 131,317 122,334-63,811

_ _ _ _ _ -

Total value of goods paying duty ad valo­rem.

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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QUANTITY AND VALUE OF FOREIGN .MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC DUTIES.

Mannfactures of wool not ex­ceeding 33f cents per square

yard.

Gtuantity.

Square yards.

1,326

Valu-e.

Dollars.

750

Patent printed or stained floor-cloth.

Q^uantiiy.

Square yards.

Value.

Dollars.

-

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

Gtuantity.

Square yards.

Value.

Dollars.

Furniture oilcloth.

Cluantily.

Square yds.

1,403

Value. .

Dollars.

446

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QUANTITY AND VALUE OF FOREIGfN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC DUTIES.

FLOOR MATTINGS OP FLAGS OR

OTilKR MATERL\LS.

Q.uaniiiy.

.Square yards.

"l60

• , Value.

Dollars.

~115

. / . CARPETING, t

Brussels. Venetian.. W ilion. Ingrain. All other of wool, fl-ax,

herap, or cot­ton.

Square yards.

1,928 2,170

537 407 270 189

- 4,851 7,558 -

35i) 1,206

105

1,388 3,662

Value.

Dollars.

7,337 11,898

1.000 1,566 3,631

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1821 1822 1823 1824

. 1825 1826 1827

. 1828 1829

a U A N T I T Y AND VALUE OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO S.PECIFIC DUTIES.

COTTON BAGGING.

Gtuantity.

Square yards.

*

_ _

16,640 12,1(15. 8,846

19,865 ••• 46,421

Value. '.

, Dollars.

*

2,638 2.248

• 1,759 3.478 8,548

DUCK.t

Russia. Ravens. Holland.

SHEETINGS.-t:

prown. While.

Pieces.

. 2.248 3,577 6,929 4,318

§6,019 §341,891

4.952 3,910 7,688 • 9,861

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67

-

23.860 22,955 22,767

, 23,540

1,328 430 140

1,975

, -

Value of duck ancl sheetin,5s.

D"bllar.s,

' 423.950 " -423,365

43i5.(i69 497,467

1,382 96,426

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a U A N T I T Y AND VALUE OF FOREIGN" MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC DUTIES.

W I N E S , IN CASKS, BOTTLES, &C. .

Madeira. Burgun lv, Champaign, Rhenish, and Tok ay.

Sherry and St. Lucar.

Lisbon, Oporto, and olhe.' of Portugal and Sicily.

Tenerifie, Fay a.1, and oiher of the Western islands.

Claret and Oiher not enu merated, when imported in

bottles or cases.!

Ul other, when imported ollier-vvise than in bottles or cases..

Gallons.

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

j 11,289

235 178 618 . 586 635

1,882 1.105 2.099

744

2,368

. 20,619 1 41,680

4,467 2,987

22,152 2,510

14,242

14,158 11,.588 42,673

8,147 27,^.79

8,537 23,479 24,575 ' 9,2.54

i • 19,221 9,380

1 62,040 32.350 48,493

• 42,127 28,813 76,671 44,275

^8,981^ 13,129 ,16,680 73,240

i 238,835 200,133

^ 71,856 69,223 36,787

242,762 282.044 501,374

i 649.806 431,972 338,154 428,054 291.640 239,866

\ a l u e .

Dollars.

240,929 197,394 379.908 328.453 448,955 366,485 342,356

J 327,806 1 185,825

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a U A N T I T Y AND VALUE CF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC DUTIES.

FOREIGN SPIRITS.

From grain.

Ciuantity.

Gallons.

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

Value.

Dollars.

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

From other materials.

Ciuantity.

Gallons.

206,837 273.764 392,636

-408.389 439.129 426,110 328.944 339,501 689,656

Value.

Dollars.

. 135.023 149,551 214.463 210,951 263.857 253.626 208,836 241,773 464,425

MOLASSES.

Ciuantity.

Gallons.

39,421 13,292 3,409

. 18,737 15.806 50,602 20,107 30.168 36,920

Value.

Dollars.

11.232 4,410

994 4.732 Ap7S

16,419 6.492 9,488

• 8,495

33EER, ALE, AND P O R T E R .

Ciuantity.

Gallons.

' ' 5,614 3,500 3,301 4..646 1,021 2,693 1.670 4.2n7

10,739

Value.

Dollars.

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

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1821 J 822

,1823 1824 1825 1826

• 1827 1828 1829

Q.UANTITY AND VALUE OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC DUTIES.

" Foreign

Spermaceti.

fishing.

Whale, and other fish.

Olive, in casks. C astor'. Linseed. Rapeseed. Hempseed.

Gallons. -

__

58 .• 2,268-

, 249 285 •'

58 1

*

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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

•If

_

1.862 210 24

8 -

15^241 14,3.53 31.258 15.471 17,825

*

• _

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•K-

3,613

1.992 -

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Dollars.

2,046 13,927 15.0:M) 15.788 52.984 40,916 32486 54,662 30.049

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1821 1822 1823 1824 1825 1826 1827 1828 1829

QUANTITY AND

VINEGAR.

(Quantity.

Gallons.

*

_ _

9,168 3.808 6,645 4,543

. 3,899

Value.

Dollars.

* _ __ ^ _

2,965 814 •

1,904 1,192

942

VALUE OF

-

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Bohea.

POREIGxN- MERCHANDISE SUBJECT" TO SPECIFIC DUTIES.

Souchong.

TEAS.

Hyson skin, and other

green.

Hyson and young hyson.

• ' -

Imperial, gun­powder, &'c.

Founds.

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 .

51,665 219.909 202,210 180,008 292,669 476,799 303,057 -344.103 -21.5,726

Value.

Dollars.

242,372 . 700,198

813,550 562,109

1,482,141 1,308,694

772,443 679,924

• 528,997

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a U A N T I T Y AND VALUE OP FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO ^SPECIFIC DUTIES.

• ' C O F F E E . . .

(Quantity.

Poimds.

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

. • Value.

Dollars.'

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

COCOA.

Q.iiantliy.

Pounds.

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

Value.

Dollars.

228,219 204,953 298,8,92 • •377,936

" 495,082 419,577 441,221 345,674 261,-547

CHOCOLATE.,

Gluantity;

Pounds.

730

150 ^ '60

Value.

Dollars.

198

~92 16

, " ' SUGAR.

Brown, &c.

Ciuantity.

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

Value. •

Dollars.

1,042,406 1,317,154

882,986 642,262 647,796

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SUGAR.

White, clayed, &c. •

Gtuantity.

• Pounds. '

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

Value.

Dollars.

*1,549,185 *1,059,459 n,479,b25

*998,168 572,254 424.880 307;913 184,571 167,260

r Candy and loaf.

(Quantity.

Pounds.

" 713

. 454 9,347

9,956

Value.

Dollars.

143

125' 925

1,666

Other refined. '

Qnantity.

Pounds.,

229

6,520

Value.

Dollars.

37

607

FRUITS.

Almonds.

Currants. Prunes and plums.

Figs.

Pounds. .

38,914 14,551 32,190 60,126

150,325 73,990 48,113 39,843

. 39,408

100 .24

18,927 21,038

300 543

25,344 2,668 1,247

4,646 94

3,716 •9,677

21,847 21,575 32,048 17,542 3,296

9,263. 3,526

19,470 • 82 ,212 ' 123,534

72,281 148,658 107,874 264,567

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a U A N T I T Y AND VAL-UE OP FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC DUTIES.

FBOTTS.

Raisins.

In jars and boxes and Muscatel.

All other.

Pounds.,'

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

Value.

Dollars.

15,373 24,881 73,754 36,813 55,713 29,522 54,739, 39,204 35,681

C.1NDI.ES. -, ; .

Spermaceti and wax. •

Ciuantity.

Pounds.

848 , 2,428-

947 2.848 3;325 1,096

Value.

Dollars.

551 1,510 1,072

328-

Tallow. .

auaniity.

Pounds.

95,208 192,042 95,972

105.591 41,187

139.464 90,590

245,581 211,556

Value.

Dollars.

4,172 14,747 9,353

27,679 21,089

CHEESE.

Gluant.lty.

Pounds'.

18,078 620

7,123 13,467

867 6,811

•7,075 47,567 52,776

Value.

Dollars.

240 1,024

890 6,878 7,569

SOAP.

(Quantity.

Pounds.

48,267 273,915 249,436 366,359 210,792 215.550 229,289

90,686 92,717

Value.

Dollars.

21,532 19,158 19,831 '7,560 7,124

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1821 1822 1823 1824 1825 • 1826 1827 1828 1829

a U A N T I T Y AND VALUE OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC DUTIES..

JTALLOW.

Gluantity.

Pounds.'

80,212 47,939

477,346 - • • _

30,025 15,791-

177,209 342,302 694,813

Value.

Dollars.

*32,381 *65,628 *78.591

-*49,245 2,332 1,186

16,616 25,893 63,768

LARD.

{Quantity.

Pounds.

t •

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13,500 _

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20,002 j

Value.'.

Dollars.

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BEEF AND PORK.

Ciuantity.

• Pounds.

10,895-837,622 325,267 585,962 386,779

Value.

Dollars.

t

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

EACON.

duavitity.

Pounds.

t , ;

3,150 1

Value.

Dollars.

t '

- 410

BUTTER.' .

Gtuantity

Pounds.

t

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Value.

Dollars.

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a u A N T I T Y ' A N D VALUE OF FOREIGN MERCPIANDISE SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC DUTIES.

S.ALTPETRE,

Refined. ,

Pounds.

14,749 M50

552,792

17,123

Value.

Dollars.

832 11

31,042

i,284

- VITRIOI/.'

Bltie or Roman.

Oil of.

Pounds.

9,171

136

*

Value.

Dollars.

917

" 14

CAMPnOlH.

Crude. Refined.

Pounds.

p

356

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Value.

Dollars.

4

96

SALTS.

Epsorn. Glauber,

Pounds.

4,947 200

1,531

196

Value.

Dollars.

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1821 1822 1823 1824 1825 1826 1827 1828 1829

a U A N T I T Y ^AND VALUE OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC DUTIES.

Ginger. Cayenne pepper.

Mace.

*-—

Nutmegs. Cinnamon, ,

, Cloves. Black'pepper. Pimento. Cassia.

Pounds.

*

_. , _

36,904 ' -79.8 3,344 7,549

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_ _ .

20 _ '.

K •

2,407 5

460 5,789

13,217 3,352 3,238

-

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

• 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,

Value.

Dollars.

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

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' a u ANTITY AND VALUE OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC DUTIES.

TOBACCO, ^MANUFACTURED, OTHER THAN SNUFF AND CIGARS.

• Uuantity.

Pound.s.

l720l 4,778

884 20,930 14,000 3,455

11,378

Value.

Dollars.

176 1,951

• 1,400 458

1,861

SKUFK.

Quantity.

Poiinds.

2,338 •296-

: 6,287 1,058

^ 5,082 '2,4,89, 20,883

2,611

Va! ae.

Dollars.

782 103

.*• 3,665 * 1.987

1,969 357

20,562

1,403-

JNDIGO. • f

(iuantit)'.

Pounds.

254,143 521,208 860,'584 249,445 361,989 332,718

, 417,816 315,296 416.847

Value.

• Dollars. •

416,968 1,158,663 2,141,881 •

513,271 891,974 712,080 864.951 562,768 715,261

€0TTON.

. Gluantity.

. Pounds.

486,753 333,828 272,785 200,894 " 459,299 206,716 88,105

253,256 503,388

Value,

Dollars,

104,255 5,6,983 42,089 30,311

. 88,360 28,852 . 9,875 22,810 51.442

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QUANTITY AND VALUE OF FOREIGN MERCtlANDISE SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC DUTIES.

GUNPOWDER.

Gluantity.

Pounds.

27,250 20,015 ^5,856-28,925

, 26,685 11,542 22,425 45,625 28,30.0

Value..

• Dollars.

• 6,708 - 5,964

10,750 5,202 3,712 1,644

. 2,408 5,788

- 4,885

BriLSTLES.

• GiuaniiLy.

Pounds.

30

'11,727

Value.

Dollars.

5,000

GLUE.

Quantity.

'Pounds.

6,053 54

10,644' 50

397 • 286

206

Value.

DoUars.

*2,112 . . 10

2,658 12 77 40

• 29

OCHRE.

Dry. ' ,

Gtuantity.

, Pounds.

21,753 5,704

10,485 35,762

117,986 21,249 13,187

,, 2,845 224

1,1 oil.

Value-. auanti!}'.

Dollars.

2.301 • '532

332 117

10

Pounds.

671

100

1,158

Value.

Dollars.

30

138

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SOth September, 3Oth September, SOth September, SOth September, SOth September, SOth September, SOth September, 30th September, SOth September,

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1821 ,1822 1823 1824" 1825 1826 1827 1828 1829

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W H I T E AND R E D LEAD, |

" -DRY OR GRODND IN OIL.^

Q.uantily..

Pounds.

74,649 105,231 62,428

130,549 106,893 127,926 131,245 111,141 216,367

• Value.

Dollars.

*8,444

*11.711 *6,455

*13,910 12,683 12,306 11,275 10,363 16,180

W H I T I N G , AND PARIS

W H I T E .

(Quantity.

Pounds.

128

11,113

89,880

Value.

Dollars.

7

187

slo

LITHARGE.

Gtuantity.

Pounds.

524,909

Value.

'Dollars.

36,500

L E A D .

Bar, sheet, and pig.

Gluantity.

Pounds.

102,994 301,549 305,762 466,810

1,146,490 2,756,923 3,855,358 2,537,580 2,332,115

Value.

Dollars.

71,373 149,927 193,604 114,375

82,657

Shst.

Ciuantity.

Pounds.

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

7,915

Value.

Dollars.

t l l ,276 t23,673 119,839 t31,078

4,507 4,560 3,547 3,662

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SUGAR OF LEAD.

Gtuantity..

Paunds..'

-

' Value.

Dollar.s.

- •

LEADEN PIPES.

• Gluantity.

Pounds.

70^119

Value.'

Dollars.

2^821 ,

CORDAGE.

Tarred and cables.

(Quantity.

Pounds.

194,931 341,465 603,626 878,324

^ 881,828 1,579,856 1,182,390 1,228,329 1,719,741

Value.

Dollars.

64~409 110,740 91,478

101,427 123,947

Untarred and yarn.

Quantity.

Pounds.

' 865 ^ 4.239

21,691 14,011 35,299

129,387 37.369

9,091 119,454

Value.

Dollars.

3,316 11,497 •3,501 1,187 8,067

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SOth September, SOth September, • SOth September, SOth September, SOth September, SOth September, SOth September, SOth September, SOth September,

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TWINE,- PACKTHRE.ID, &C.

duantily.

Pounds.

3,796 19,456 14,344 94,325 31,733 31,323 17,685 31,689

9,183

Value.

Dollars.

- n6,646 . *21,607

• . *43,874 *80,551

8,625 6,896 3,176 7,487 1,987

CORKS.

auantily.

Pounds.

t • _

_ •

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

Value.

Dollars.

t • •

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

- COPPER.

Rods and bolts.. -

(Quantity.

Pounds.

I l l '

1,041

1,056 123,245

_ -

Value.

Dollars. '

_ ' _

_ :_

318 18,95.3

_ -

Nails and spikes.

auantily.

Pounds. -

12,113 • 7,198

6,471 ;9,815

908 903

i,896 300

1,670

• Value.

Dollars,

13,616 12,054 U,633 {2,381

228 263 530 76

336

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SOth-September, 1821 30th September, 1822 SOth Septem.ber, 1823 SOth September,, 1824 SOth September, 1825 SOth September, 1826. SOth September, 182r SOth September, 1828 SOth September, 1829

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, ' I R O N . •• • •

Iron and steel wire.

Quantity.

Pounds. •

1,183 •2,136-

-5^635 • 1^386

. 2,213

- "402 1,812

Value.

Dollars.

440 268

786 146 306 ^

" - 102 ' 213

Taclis, brads, and sprigs.

Not above 16 oz. per M.

M.

961

360 3

Above 16 oz.per M.

Pounds.

" " •

Value.

Dollars.

: 187 5

Nails.

Gluantity.

Pounds.

66,391 48,001-23,476

• 5,472 5,814

" 36,105 11,248 40,048-

8,870

Value.

Dollars.

849 4,004 1,189 4,525 1,080

Spikes.

Ciuantity. ,

Pounds.

5,196 6,811

11,025 1,302

5,305 786

Value.

Dpllars.

200 67

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[821 1822 1823 1824 1825 1826

^1827 1828 1829

CIUANTITY AND VALUE OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC DUTIES.

Anchors.

Lj.

Quantity.

Pounds..

. 26,704 18,453 35,816

3,000 6,216

12,453 - 2,628~

16,616

Value.

-Dollars. .

' „

_ 186

_ 558 234 978

Sheet and hoop. Castings, vessels, and all olher.

• Cluantitj'.

Pounds.

113,120 579,936

• 247,856 377,776 .82,927 72,122

245,262 86,303 86.799

Value.

Dollars.

*14,291 *27.252 *13,111 *15,104

4,233 4,442

12,434 3,796 3,896

Quanlity.

Cwt. 52 469 130 .650

lbs. 91,383 4,953

28,167 37,146 15,789

Value.

Dollars.

351' • 13,182

tl,032 t8,784

• 4.189 347

1,61.4 1,974 2,821

Pig

ciuantity.

Cwt.

715 380

3,188

1,694 1,639 1,265 3,457

ron.

Value.

Dollars.

1,695 2,799 2,124, 5,986

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SOth September, 1821 SOth September, 1822 SOth September, 1823 SOth Septe'mber, 1824 SOth September, 1825 SOth September, 1826 SOth September, 1827 SOth September, 1828 SOth September, 1829

QUANTITY AND VALUE OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO "SPECIFIC DUTIES.

IRON.

Firearms.*

Muskets.

Quantity.

Number.

18,620 14,430 16,626 4,383

19,135

Value.

Dollars.

87,438 54,250 66,141 19,870-70,547

Rifles.

. Cluantily.

Number.

20

~ 2

Value.

Dollars.

315

•50

Cables and chains, or parts thereof.*

Cluantily.

Pounds.

56,280 ; 10,262

377--

33,000

Value.

Dollars.

7,895 1,329

19

2,060

Mill.cranks and mill irons of wrought iron.*

Quanti tj^

Pounds..

9,108

Value.

Dollars. •

. 326

Mill saws.*

Quantity.

Number.

12 19^ 60

16

Value.

Dollars.

72 111 301

76

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SOth September, 1821 SOth September, 1822 SOth September, 1823 SOth September, 1824 SOth September, 1825 SOth September, 1826 SOth September, 1827' SOth September, 1828 SOth September, 1829

QUANTITY AND VALUE OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC DUTIES. , '

IRON. ^ ^ \ _

Anvils.*

Quantity.

Pounds. .

2,122 1,268

3,661

Value.

Dollars.

239 190

260

Hammers and sledges for blacksmiths.*

Quantity.

Pounds.

150 602

2,097

Valjue.

Dollars.

' 40

66

210

Braziers' rods or round iron, of3-16to8-lG diameter.*

Quantity.

Pounds.

4,480 1,316

39,488 126,257

18,205

Value.

Dollars.

155 79

2,017 7,963

367

Nail, or spike rods slit.*

• Quantity.

Pounds.

25,200 418,956 436,193

' Value. ^

Dollars

851 11,503 23,581

Slit, or rolled, for band, scroll, or case­ment rods.

Quantity.

Pounds.

24,000

Value.

Dollars.

696

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SOth September, SOth September, 30th September, -30th September, SOth September, 30th September, SOth September, SOth September, SOth September,

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1821 1822 1823

. 1824 1825

" 1826 1827 1828 1829

QUANTITY AND VALUE OF-FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO "SPECIFIC DUTIES.

_ IRON.

• Bar and bolt.

Rolled.

•Quantity.

- Cwt,

_, 6,359 6,731

11,468 5,908 7,489 •

-2,066 . . 4,052

7,266 2,753

Value. •

Dollars.

25^236 11,073 14,698 42,531-

8,945

Hammered.

Quanlily.

Cwt.

9,566 5,308

J l j592 13,778 16,890 14,151-5,838 4,743 2,522.

Value.

Dollars.

*61,152 *51,376 *73,994 *69,165 74,242

. 66.654 -25,337 21,009

- 26,194.

STEEL.

Q,uantily.

Cwt.

1,797 699

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

Value.

Dollars.

'. 16,088 5,966 5,414

14,818 33,556 69,430 42,662 18,472 6,656

HEMP.

Quantity.

Cwt.

426-2,960

639

: 38 78

. 244

Value.

Dollars.'

4,297 21,863

3,759

438 1,004

2,244

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SOth September, 1821 •SOth September, 1822 SOth September, 1823^

^ SOth September, 1824 SOth September,' 1825 SOth September, 1826 SOth September, 1827_ SOth September, 1828 SOth'September. 1829

QUANTITY AND VALUE OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT^ TO SPECIFIC DUTIES.

F L A X UNMANUFACTURED.

• Quanti y.

Cwt. -

/

816

Value

Dollars.

4,570

W O O L UNMANUFACTURED.

Quantity.

Ponnds. •

/ • t .p

. 198,672

• Value. .

Dollars.

- (

35,250

" • ALUM.

Quantity.

Cwt.

•519

, 1 0

2 '.

Value.

Dollar?.

41 214,

660.

"79

20

C O P P E R A S .

Quantity.

Cwt.

10 8

44 8

18

• 12

69 '.

Value.

Dollars.

> 28 '22

81 • 27. 70 47

200

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'SQth September, 30th September, SOth Septeniber, SOth September, SOth September, SOth September, SOth September, SOth September, SOth September,

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1821 1822 1823 1824 1826 1826 1827

, 1828 1829

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SALT.

Guantily.

Cwt..

31,440 24,328 51,707

- 57,763' 70,584 30,680 65,335

,37,808 44,300

Value.

Dollars.

1.5.321 12.391 17,330 17,666 19,445

:' 8.603 16,014 10.718 11,389

COAL-.

Quantity.

,

Bushels.

8,318 4.167 2,846 2,414 4,140

• 1,080 ISO

1,743 4,768-

Value.

Dollars.

2,450 1,078 1,105

874 1,285

300 66

. 682 2,094

POTATOES.*

Quantity.

.Bushels.

_ 550

1,130 .180-

— '

Value.

Dollars.

_ 550 337

68 .-

PAPER, t

-Folio and

quarto post. Foolscap,

drawing, and wnting.

Pounds.

'

10,074 381,256

_ . 3,977

10,559

488,260 755.567 321,837 223.309 272,176

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QUANTITY AND VALUE OP FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC DUTIES.

PAPER.*

Sheeting, bind­ers, &C.

All other.

Pounds.

17,262 91,664 20,881

.-27,488' 55,610

- • -

8,018 141,103 . 4,052

Value..

Dollars.

200,938 432,126

, 81,190 53,224 66,206

- BOOKS.* - '

Printed'pie-vious to 1775,.

Printed in oth­er languages than English, Latin; and

Greek.

Volumes.

"75 4,765 12,020 13,615 . 7,656 6,796

Latin or Greek.

. All other.

Pounds. .

- 3,113 200

3,793 1,594

411

Value.

Dollars. ,

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

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30th September, - • 1821 SOth September, . 1822 SOth September, 1823 SOth September, - 1824 SOth September, 1825 SOth September, 1826 , SOth September, 1827 ' SOth Septeniber, ' 1828 SOth September, 1829

QUANTITY AND VALUE OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC DUTIES. .,

. • , • , •

. . ' , ' GLASS -WARE.*' • . .

• . - , . . • - . . .

Cuf, ancl not specified.

Cluantily.

Pounds.

24,885 21,575

5,24-9 3,570 1,380

Value.

Dollars.

2^823 2.381

487 -

All other articles of.

Quaatity.

Pounds.

64,343 ,86,007

110,396 222,405 115,184

Value., ••

Dollars.

~370 ' 20,882

•• 42,281 19,423 •

' APOTHECARIES' VIALS.

Not above 4 . oz.j^andless.

Above 4 oz., and not ex. ceeding 8oz,

Gross.

.• . t

50 ' 8

50

12

-:-t ;,

13

• Value.

Dollars.

t

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42 36

226.

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

QUi\.NTITY AND VxlLUE OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC DUTIES.

- . GLASS. - \ • ' , ^

- B'Ottles.

Not above one quart.

-

Exceeding one quart. and not

above two quarts.

Over two quarts, and . not above one gallon.

Gross.

^249 ^279 ^266

• ni8 301 593 513

•630 .40.7

_ _ "•

_

136 140 24: 36 85

_

.-5 • _ -

^ _ -

Value,

Dollars.

^ _

4,704 5,274

• 4,523 4,459 2,952

Demijohns.

Quantity. '

No.

t

. _

16,496 -15,149

8,587 11,840 15,337

Value,

.-

Dollars.

T

_ i

_

12,455 10,192

. 5,960° 6,98'6

- 9,213

Not aoove 8 by 10 inches.

Window.

Not -abo''ve - 10 by 12

inches.

V2> 0

Above 10 by 13 inches.

100 feet square.

• . •

. _

~ 30 •13, 96.

5-11

125 159

5,606 340 311

' 24 80 67

- 5

_

203. 193 241

. 14 25

Value.

Dollars.

12,751 12,279 14,477 12,991 = 5,739 2,054 4,119

- 662 373

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SOth September, 1821 SOth September, 1822 SOth September,. .. 1823 SOth September, - 1824 SOth September, 1825 SOth- September, 1826. SOth September, 1827 SOth September, 1828 SOth September, . 1829.

QUANTITY AND VALUE OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC DUTIES.

FISH.

' Dried or smoked.

Quintals. ..

• •

14-

2 _

. 22 200 '

-

Salmon.-

-' -

Mackerel.

Earrels.

269 85 15

370 34 37 38

, 28 ^ -

, 1 6 • _ •

__ -

_

150 _ •

• - '

. Value.

Dollars.

3,066 1,463

. 260 4,761"

383 590

. 1,704 400 -

SHOES AND SLIPPERS.

Silk. Prunelle; &G. Leather, Morocco, &c.

Children's.

Pa i r s . . - • • .

' „

__ ,. •

356 _ "'

. 844 -

200 -49 .

.405

1,126 . 1,779 4.263 ' 2,604

604 1,529

829 24

-

t

_ '9S0

80 _-96

- • :

Value.

Dollars.

1,925 268

2,029 760

93 990

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M.—EXPORTS FROM THE UNITED STATES FROM' 1821 TO lS29~Continued.

YEARS ENDING '

,

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

Q U A N T I T Y AND VALUE OF FOREIGN MERCtlANDISE SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC DUTIES.

BOOTS AND BOOTEES.

Quantity.

-. . ., : Pairs.

.284 . 18

• 46

24 '•

• S4p

Value.

• Dollars..

• *2,244 •n,526

• ^2,511 •

~ 54

^ ^715

CIC.IKS.

auantity.

M. _

1,095 2,345 3,367

- 4,463 3,362 • 3,399

. 4,462 3,575

'4 ,712 '

Value.,

-

Dollars.

13.935 26,286 .

. 30,482 41,366 33,175 41,466 49,977 39,945 48,518

' • •

tjLAYING C A R O S .

Quantity.

Packs.

260 2,972

5,125 , 460

26,520 3,392

ISO

Value.

• •

Dollars.

520 1,248

1,118 .230

, 3,501 1,246

31

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m

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m

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

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RECAPITULATION.

YEARS ENDING

•fi\ ' '

SOth September, 1821 -SOth September, 1822 - ^ -SOth September, 1823 - - - ' -" SOth September, 1824 -SOth September; 1825- .• -SOth September, 1826 -SOth September, 1827 - - . - SOth September, 1828 -SOth. September, 1829 -^ -

VALUE OF MERCHANDISE EXPORTED. '

Paying duties ad . valorem.

Pa,yir)g specific duties.

Total of merchan­dise paying duiies.

Free of duty. Total value.

• ^ , Dollars. . • . '

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 6,401,462

'- .11.344,544 ' 7,498.002

10,150,395 8,127,968 7,478;n5 5,477,958 5,796,092-

10,537,731 11,101,306 19,846,873 17,222,075

" 22,704,803 19,404,504 ] 5,617,986 13,167,339

.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

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

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INDEX TO

REPORTS OF 'THE. SECRETARY OF T H E TREASURY

ON THE

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

•A.

Page Appraisement of goods under the act of 28th May, 1830.—Diffi-

culties 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 appoint-

ment 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 Secre-tary of the Treasury complains of-a probable undue exercise of power by the Judiciary, in-stead 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 of Secretary of the Treasury on the effect of 473

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Appropriations in doubtful- cases of constitutional right in the General Government.—Remarks on

expenditures and collections in each State in 1834.—Statement of the

receipts and expenditures forl833,1834, and 1835. —Statement of the estimates

Army, more desirable as regards the regulation of the tariff for revenue.—A fixed amount for the ordinary peace establishment 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

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

Attorneys and marshals, and Custom-house and land officers.—-Provision of law necjessary to compel the surrender of books and papers by .

Attorneys and customhouse officers.—Relative to dividing com-missions for compensation of

Attorneys.—Propriety of requiring bonds from: district

Page.

474

608

654

.472

508, 513

517

12

12 700 617 Austria,at different periods.—Currency;of

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

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Page. Bank United States.—Dividends on stock of the, for 1832 - 377

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 re-commending 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 Decem-

ber, 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 Sep-

tember, 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

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F.-^-Letter from c executed by the; Girard Bank

ollector, Philadelphia, transmitting contract

G.—Contract exe>

wealth Bank, a

Mited by the Girard Bank Note.—Similar contracts were executed by the Common-

nd .Merchants' Bank, of Boston'; the Man-hattan Company, Mechanics' Bank, and Bank of America, at New York Bank of the Virginia, at Ri< Planters' Bank

Union Bank of Maryland, at Baltimore , Metropolis, Washington City'; Bank of

^hmond, for' itself and branch at Norfolk.: 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 .—To the Maine Bank, at Portland, selecting that institu-

t 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] Bank-, at Hartfo: and Commercic

K.—Frorn .the pi

ce, Rhode Island, Farmers and Mechanics' d, Connecticut, Union Bank of Louisiana, .1 Bank,-New Orleans •esident of Maine Bank, at Portland, with/

contract executed by that bank 2U ted by the Maine Bank, at Portland L,—Contract exe

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

:u.ted by Franklin Bank 'A Cincinnati Dntracts were executed by Union' Pank of

N.—Con tract exe< Note.—Similar

Natchez ; bran O.—Regulations

the President o:

Tennessee, at Nashville, Planters'- B/nk of Mississippi, at h of Bank of Alabama, at .Mobile

of Secretary of the/Treasury approved by 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 de-posite of public money in the hands, of disbursing agents

Bank United- StateSj that this bank was not necessary for tile Gov-ernment 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 re-moving the deposites from the

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370 370

370

371

372

372

373 373

373

-374 375

375

376

376

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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 do-mestic exchanges by the branches of the 615

Bank United States—Circular to all receivers of public'money, rela-tive 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, 1836.—Debts and effects of the v 719, 733

Bank United States, in relation to delay in furnishing certain in-formation 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 estab-lishment of a national - 224

Bank stock owned by the United States.—List of canal and 536 Banks.—Suggestions concerning the payment of interest on depos-

ites in' v 478 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

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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 deposite-

Banks 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 cur-rency of*

Banks incorporated by Congress in the District of Columbia.; when incorporated; when selected as depositories of the Gov-ernment; when stopped payment, and amount then due to the

List of -'ency, in 1836.—Explanatory remarks con-te 1835, &c.—Statement of the condition of the selected as depositories near the 1st January, of those State elected as depositories near the 1st December, of those less denomination than five dollars.—Cir-ecting and receiving officers, with instruc-

tions not to receive Banks.—Remarks ojn the keeping of the public money, and state of

the deposite

United States. Banks and the cur]

cerning the depos Banks in 1834 arid Banks which were

1835.—Condition Banks which were

1835.—Condition Bank notes >;of a

cular to .all coll

Banks and in circul Banks near Noveml Banks near 1st Jim <

accounts of depo Bank of " Vooster, a

dition of the -Banks of deposite

amount of drafts subject to draft; Amount to the c various

ation in 1833,1834,1835, and 1836.—Specie in ber 1, 1836.—Condition of the. several deposite e and 1st November, 1836„—Recapitulation of site deposite bank,, on 7th November, 1836.—Con-

and the Mint, to 1st December, 1836: the 'and warrants issued and unpaid, and amount and the amount of future transfers ordered.—r

redit of the Treasurer of the United States in

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

Page.

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

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Bonds from district attorneys.—Propriety of requiring .700 Books and papers by attorneys, marshals, custom-house and land

officers.—Provision |of law necessary to compel the surrender of 12 Bounties on vessels employed'in the fisheries.^Remarks on 12 Bounties and allowances to vessels employed >in the' fisheries in

1828.—Amountof ' 18 Bounties and allowances to vessels employed in the fisheries in

1829.—Amountof ' - - 96 Bounties and allowances to vessels employed.-in the fisheries in.

1830.—Amount of . 236 Bounties and allowances to vessels employed in the fisheries in

183L—Amountof 297 Bounties and allowances to vessels employed in the fisheries in

1832.—Amountof . 386 Bullion imported each ;year from 1821 to 1829, inclusive.—Value of 128

C.

Canada, and other adjacent foreign territories.—Suggestions for regulating importations from 13

Canals to, a proper extent.—Remarks on the propriety of encour-aging the construction of roads and - 233

Canal and bank stocks held by. the United States in I834.~i-List of 536 Capital.—Considerations regarding the exercise of the money

power of the Government to regulate the unequal action of 16 Cash payments and short credits upon the revenue.—Effect of 381. Chickasaw Indians in 1836.—Receipts and expenditures oh ac-

count of the 681 Circular to collecting and receiving officers, with instructions not

to receive, bank notes of a less denomination than $5 678 Civil, diplomatic,, and miscellaneous expenditures, (see Expendi-

tures.) 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 - 482 Coasting vessels be applied to vessels coming from adjacent for-

eign territories.—Recommendation that regulations for 13 Coasting trade to prevent smuggling.—Suggestions for regulating

the - - - 14 Coffee imported from 1821 to 1829, inclusive—Quantity and

value of - 146 Coffee exported from 1821 to 1829, inclusive.—Quantity and

value of " - 193 €offee imported in 1828.—Quantity and amount of duty.on 19

1829.—Quantity and amount of duty on 98 1830.—Quantity and amount of duty on 238 1831.—Quantity and amount of duty on 299 1832.—Quantity and amount of duty on 388

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Coinage of gold of \ alue of one dollar, and regulations for the icerning the coins in bank, circulation, &c.—Remarks

one dollar, and information relative to coin-1834.—Recommendation for making gold duties on imports—Effect that relative and n iportations of gold and silver see Duties.)

Collection of duties in 1828.—Expenses of 1829.—Expenses of 1830.—Expenses of

I 1831.—Expenses of 1832.—Expenses of

Collectors.—(See Custom-house officers.) Collector of the customs'at Philadelphia relative .to deposites.—In-

structions to Collectors not to recefve bank notes of a less denomination than

$>5.-^-Circular to

Mint.—Remarks concerning the Coinage at the Mint,

relative to increase Coins of the value of

age at the Mint in Coins have upon the

true value of foreij Coin in 1833-'4—In Collection of duties, (

Colleges.—Quantity c Commerce with the W

f land granted to States, for est Indies.—Suggestions for improvement of

Compensation to custom-house officers.—Relative to inequality, &c. of* wnpensation.—Recommendation that the commissions allowed to collectors on bonds be divided between them and district attorneys as

Consumption of impo: Contracts made with deposite banks Cordage, (see Duties o H.

in relation to bill of Correspondence with

amount due the' Un that bank

Cottons, (see Duties or

ts (see Imports.)

Page,

479

694

479

94 620

18 96

236 297 386

36.8

678 662

15

12

12 370, 373, 374, 3,75

Cordage in 1829 and 1-830—Amount of\ duties secured on Correspondence of Treasury Department with Bank United States

exchange oh France the Bank United States concerning the

ited States on account of the stock held in

Cotton recommended for protecting duties Cottons in 1829 and 1830.—Amount of duty secured on Cotton for various periods from 1792 to 1834.—Quantity and

value of exports of :Cotton trade.—Remarks upon the importance of the Credit system.—Suggestions of improvement in the mbde of col-

lecting, duties on imports, or Credit.—Remarks on tpe importance of a national bank in main-

taining the public Credits on revenue borbds..—Statement of the effect or operation

he act of 1:4th July, 1832, abolishing long [States.—Opinion ofL. McLane,Secretary (jcember, 1831, as to the important agency of

upon the revenue of Currency of the United

of theTreasury, in D

270

505

710

230 270

659 685

15

223

381

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Page-Currency, on 15th April, 1834.—Recommendation of R.B. Taney,

Secretary of the Treasury, for the establishment of the 451 Currency, on December, 3, 1833.—Recommendation of R. B.

Taney, Secretary of the Treasury, for the establishment of the_ 337 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 ' 573

Currency, in the United States and several nations of Europe, at different periods.—Circulation in specie and paper, or ,616

Currency in 1836.—Explanatory remarks concerning the depos-ite banks and the 646

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 - 678

Currency of the United States.—Remarks on the operations of the Mint and the 694

Custom-house bonds.—(See Bonds.) Custom-house officers.—Relative to inequality, &c. of compensa-

tion to ' • 12 Custom-house officers.—Provision of law necessary to compel the

surrender of books and papers by attorneys, marshals, land and 12 Custom-house officers.—Remarks concerning the compensation to 700 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 631 Customs.—Relative to inadequacy of compensation to officers of

the ' 226 Cutter service.—Relative to pay of officers in the revenue 92 Cutter service.—Suggestions for thev improvement of the revenue 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 fund-ed and unfunded public 7

1830.—Amount and description of the fund-ed and unfunded public ( 7,43 87

1831.—Amount and description of the fund-ed and unfunded public - 87, 122,219

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Debt oil 1st January, j.832.—Amount, and description of the fund-ed.and unfunded public

f833.—Amount and description of the fund-ed and unfunded public

J.834.—Amount and description of the fund-ed and unfunded public

|835.—Amount and description_of the fund-ed and. unfunded public

1836.—Amount and description of the fund-ed an$ unfunded public

Debt.—Estimates in 1|329, of expenditures for present and ensu-ing year.on account of the public

1830, of expenditures for present and ensuing year on account of the .public

1831, of expenditures for present and ensuing year on account of the public

1|832, of expenditures,for present and ensuing year on account of the public

l|833, of expenditures for present, and ensuing year on account of the public

1834, of expendituresrfor present and ensuing year on account of the public

1|835, of expenditures for present and ensuing : year on account of the public

lp3v6, of expenditures for present and ensuing year on account of the public

Debt redeemable in 1829.—Amount of public 1530.—Amount of public 1831.—Amount of public 1832.— Amount of public IS33.—Amount of public 1£34.—Amount of public 1£35.—Amount of public 1536.—Amount of public

Debt and reduction of duties.—Advantages anticipated from the payment of the publ: c

Debt shall be paid.—Relative to .the fiscal operations of the Gov-ernment when the public

Debt, (see Surplus.)—Surplus fund applied to payment of public. Debt on the 3d March, 1833.—Calculation for the total extin-

guishment of the public Debt.—Remarks concerning the agency of the iBank of the United

States in paying part of the public Debt on 1st January, 1.834.—Calculation for the total extinguish-

ment of the public Debt be brought to the seat of Government.—Recommendation

tiiat the books and papers relating to the public for. on 1st October, 1833.;—Statement of dyanced for payment of-the public

Debt, and not applied moneys previously

Debt, and amount rem marks on the final e

Page.

220,268

286. 330

380,422

466,. 504

681

6, 10

86, 89

219, 221

285,288

379

465

629

Debt.—Remarks concerning the final payment of the public lining unpaid on 1st January, 1836.-xtinguishment of the public

-Re-

681 7 8 8

629

17

90

222

294

379

384

423 474

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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 re-

lief 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.—Rea-sons 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 in-terest 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.—Recapit-

ulation 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 760-Deposite banks to prevent encouragement of monopolies in pur-

chases of public lands by excessive bank credits.—Circular to 764 Deposite banks.—(See Banks.) Depositories for the same.—Report of the Secretary of the Trea-

sury, 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 Govern-

ment 357, 364 Direct tax in Treasury in 1836.—Surplus proceeds of property

sold for 714

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when incorporated;. when selected as de-overnment: when stopped payment, and United States.—List of banks incorporated

District of Columbia; positories of the Gjc amount then due to by Congress in the

Dividends on stock of| the Bank of the United States.—(See Re-ceipts 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 for-1831.—Debentures for 1832.—Debentures for

Drawback.—Regulations for storing goods for the benefit of Drawback.—Duties charged on'carriages and horses from adja-M 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 drawback-Travellers, from adjacent foreign territories to pay

Duties,on imports, or the credit system;—Suggestions for improve-ment 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 1890.—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 re-duction of

Duties, owing to different valuation of goods.—Difficulty in estab-lishing 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

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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, cor-

dage, and su<rar, in 1829 and 1830.—Amount of s 269 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

of exports, and consumption and value of imports paying 655 Duties on imports, so as to reduce them to the wants of the Gov-

ernment.—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 quan-

tity 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 271

Effective, (see Funds.)—Funds not. Estimated balances, (see Balances.) Estimates of receipts for present year, in, 1829 6

1830 86 1831 218 1832 284 1833 378 1834 -464

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Estimates of receipts | for present year, in 1S35. 1 1 8 3 6

Estimates of receipts for ensuing-- year, in 1829 1830

'I 1831 1832 1833 1834 1835 I- 1836

Estimates for 1837.—Explanation of the Estimate of expenditiues for present year, in 1829

1830;

1831 1832 1833 1834 1835 1836

Estimates for 1836, w 1842.—Explanation;

Estimate of expenditui

nth suggestions on probable changes, to of the

i|es for ensuing year, in 1829 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, sales, and reduction

-Remarks relative to the operations of land 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.—Difficul-

ties in, Estimates of receipts from miscellaneous sources for 1836.—Ex-

planation 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 Europe and America ir

'3, and '4.—Amount Expenditures, (see Esti Expenditures, including public debt, for 1827

:ncy of 1829. -Currency of

Exchanges by the branc hes of the Bank of United States in 1832, of domestic mates of.)

Page. 628 679

9,10 88

220 286 380 466 629 682 683

6 86

218 284 378 464 628 679

631 9, 10

88 221 286-380 466 629 682

90

470 535 637

639

640 641

654

6f6 617 617

615

5

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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 5 r32 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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—Estimates, appropriations, and LS34.—Statement of the appropri-

-'3,-4.-State in Lid

-Explanation of the estimate of '4,-5.—Statement of estimates, appropri-

Expenditu.res for 1832 Expenditures in each

ations, collections, a Expenditures for 1836 Expenditures, for 1833

ations, receipts, and Expenses of collecting} the revenue, (see Duties.)

,o 1829, inclusive.—Quantity and value of

1829, inclusive—Total value of foreign

Exported from 1821 foreign merchandise

Exported from 1821 tc 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 stimated amount pr value of stimated amount or value of

1834.—Estimated am'ount or value of 1835.—Estimated amount or value of 1836.—Estimated amount or value df

lion for 1^832,-'3,-'4, and '5.-^Value of im-ports free and pay in duty, and value pf

Exports, and consumption of foreign merchandise, from 1789 to ^tatement of imports

exports of domestic produce, from 1789 to • the whole value of \\arious periods from 1792 to 1834.—Quan-

1831.—Es 1832.—Es 1833.—Es

Exports and consumpl

1835, inclusive.—St Exports, and value of

-1835.—Statement of Exports of co.tton for a

tity and value of

Page, 535

608 641

654

174

216 625

9 88

220 287 381 467 631 684

655

656

658

659

Fees of office, (see Compensation.) Finances for 1829, b}

1830, b} 1831, by 1832, by 1833,by 1834, by 1835, by. 1836, by

Finances.—Remarks retary of the ^Freasn

S. D. Ingham, Secretary.—Report on the 5 S. D. Ingham, Secretary.—Report on the 85 Louis McLane, Secretary.—Report c>n the 217 Louis.McLane, Secretary—Report on the 283 Roger B. Taney, Secretary.—Report on the 377 Levi Woodbury, Secretary.—Report on the 463 Levi Woodbury, Secretary.—Report on the 627 Levi Woodbury, Secretary.—Report on the 679 elative to the acts requiring from the Sec-ry an annual report on the 223

Fire-proof building.,—Relative to loss of valuable papers by the destruction of the Treasury building, and the necessity for pro-viding a ^ 385

Fiscal.operations of the Government when the public debt shall be paid.—Remarks relative-to 90

Fiscal year.—The Secretary of the Treasury, recommends a change in the 479

Fiscal year.—Suggestion for a change in the 701 Fish.—Relative to" duty on salt, and drawback on pickled 93

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Page, Pish imported from 1821 to 1829, inclusive.—Quantity and value

of = 170 Fish exported from 1821 to 1829, inclusive.—Quantity and value

of - 214 Fisheries.—Remarks relative to bounties on vessels employed in

the - 12 Fisheries in 1828.—Bounties and allowances to vessels employed

in the - 18 1829.—Bounties and allowances to vessels employed

in the 96 1830.—Bcjunties and allowances to vessels employed

in the 236 1831.—Bounties and allowances to vessels employed

in the - 297 1832.—Bounties and allowances to vessels employed

in the 386 Fishing vessels.—Regulation of licenses for coasting and 12 Foreign coin has upon the duties on imports.—Effect that rela-

tive and true value of 94 Foreign merchants.—Suggestions for establishing, a fair competi-

tion in trade between American and 94 Fortifications, &c., military service, (see Expenditures.) Fortifications.—Remarks as to cause for reduction of appropria-

tions for 472 France for 1832.—Tariff of duties of 61 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 - 468

France.—Loss to the United States by the discriminating duties in favor of silks and wines of 476

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 509

France at different periods.—Currency of 617 France in 1836.-^Re'ceipts and payments on account of indemni-

ty from - ^ 681 France.—Remarks concerning the reception of instalments due

under the treaty with - 700 Frauds on the revenue by smuggling.—Suggestions for preventing 13 Frauds on the revenue -by smuggling spices.—Suggestions for

preventing- - 91 Frauds in purchase of the public-lands.—Circular to prevent 764 Free of duty in each year from 1821 to 1829, inclusive.—Yalue

and quantity of merchandise - - 124 Fund, (see Surplus fund.) Funded and unfunded debt, (see Debt.) Funds not effective in 1829 - 6

1830 . 86 Funds not effective or available in 1831 « 218

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Page. Funds not effective ir available in 1833 379

1834 475 , 1835 - 628

1836' 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 author-

izing 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 im-

ports 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 Hemp recommended Hemp in 1829 and* l: Holland in 1830—C Hospital fund in tru • Hospitals,—Relative

on.) for protecting duties 230 830.—Amount of duties on ~ 270 jrrehcy of 617 .st in Treasury in 1836.—Amount of navy 714 ;o sites for marine 701

I.

Illicit trade with adjacent foreign territories.—Suggestions to pre-vent - - 13

Imported and on tonnage in 1828.—^Quantity and amount of du-ty on enumerated e.rticles r 20

Imported arid on tonnage in 1829.—Quantity apd amount of du-ty on enumerated articles 98

Imported and on tonr age in 1830.—Quantity and amount of du-ty on enumerated,exticles 238

Imported and on tonn age-in 1831.—Quantity and amount of du-ty on enumerated articles - 298

Imported and on tonnage in 1832—Quantity and amount of du-ty on enumerated EJticles - .388

Imported into the United States in 1833-4*—Amount of gold and ^ silver bullion and s pecie - - '620

Imports for year ending Sep. 30,1830.—Estimated am't or value of 88 r 183L—Estimated am't or value of 220

1832.—Estimated am't or value of 287 1833.^Estimated am't or value of 381 Digitized for FRASER

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Page. Imports for year ending Sep, 30,. 1834.—Estimated am't or value of 467

1835.—Estimated am't or value of 631 1836.—Estimated am't or value of 684

Imports from adjacent foreign territories, to prevent illicit trade.— Suggestions for .the regulation of 13

Imports, the like of which'arejnot produced or manufactured in the United States.—Amount of duties in 1828,s on .enumerated articles of 44

Imports in each year, from 1821 to 1829, inclusive1—Value and quantity of 124

Imports in each year:, from 1821 to 1829, inclusive.—Total value of all ' 173

Imports, &c—Comparison of increase of population with the con-sumption of 633

Imports free and paying duty, for 1832-3-4, and '5.—Value of ex-ports and consumption, and value of 655

Imports, exports, and consumption of foreign merchandise from 1790 to 1835, inclusive.—Statement of 656

Improvements to a proper extent.—Remarks on propriety of en-couraging internal 233

Incidental receipts, (see Receipts.) Indian affairs, military service, &c., (see Expenditures.) Indians—Remarks on cause for reduction of-appropriations for 472 Indian schools in Treasury, in 1836.—Funds for support of 714 Insolvent debtors to United States, for duties in 183,5, &c.—Re-

commending relief to 235 Insolvent debtors.-—Suggestion for continuance of act for relief of 700 Interest on deposites, in banks.—Remarks on subject of demanding 478 Internal improvements and other objects.of a general nature-

Remarks on necessity for retaining means to provide, for works classed as ' 472

Ireland in 1832.,—Currency of - 617 Iron.—(See Duties on.) Iron recommended for protecting duties 230 Iron in 1829 and 1830.—Amount of duties secured on 270

J, Judiciary, instead of Congress and the Executive, to make appro-

priations, by legalizing the seizure by the Bank of the United States of funds in its own hands.—The Secretary of the Treas-ury 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 - - - 662

Land Office, of the operations of that office in 1831.—Annual report of the Commissioner of the General 271

of the operationsaof that office in 1832.—Annual report of the Commissioner of the General - f_331

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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 receiv-

ers'returns, and operations of the several 276, 278 in 1831 and 1832.—Amount of registers and receiv-

ers' returns, and operations of the several 333, 335 in 1832 arid 1833.—Amount of registers and receiv-

ers' returns, and operations of the several 435, 437 in 1833 and 1834.—Amount of registers and receiv-

ers' returns, and operations of the several 540, 542 Lands in 1S31.—Operations and difficulties of the offices of Sur-

veyors General of public 271 in 1832.—Operations and difficulties of the offices of Sur-

veyors General of public - 331 in 1833.—Recommendation of additional provision for

surveying the public 432 Land officers.—Provision of law necessary to-compel the surren-

der of books and papers by attorneys, marshals, custom-house and 1 12

Lands.—Receipts from kale of, (see Receipts.) Land, and quantity sold.—Receipts in cash and scrip, and inci-

dental 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 t - 627 in 1835 - 679 in three quarters of 1836 679

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Pag e Lands, for present and ensuing year, in 1829.—Estimate of re-

ceipts from public, (see Estimates.) Lands, to the States in which they lie, and distribution of the pro-

ceeds among the several States.—Recommendation for the sale of the public - 227

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 280

Land sold at each land officeimder the cash system, from July 1, , 1820, to December 31,-1832.--Quantity of ' ' ' 438

Land sold, amount jpaid therefor, <fcc., from 1787 to 183$.—Nett quantity of public 660

Land prior to opening the land offices in, I787rl792, and 1796.— Statement of special sales of public ... 661

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 661

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 764

Lands for 1836.— Explanation of estimates of receipts from 636 Land scrip in paynient for lands, at the,land offices in Ohio and

Indiana.—Suspicion of fraud in-the reception of an undue por-tion of 429

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 449

Land stock issued to Septemher- 30. 183.1.—Total amount of for-feited , ' ' 271

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 ' 444

"Land stock and military land scrip issued and surrendered to September 30, -1834.—Statement of amount of forfeited . 544

Land warrants issued to November 14, 1831.—Quantity and amount of scrip issued for Virginia and United-States military 281

Land warrants issued to November 30,1833.—Provision for satis-fying Virginia and-United States military" 429

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 448 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.—Num-ber of each description of 546

Laws, and their due execution.—Considerations regarding the necessity for enacting conciliatory 232

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Licenses for coasting £the regulation of

fishing vessels - -Remarks concerning

ouses.- •Remarks concerning the number Light-boats and and utility of

Light-houses.—Rernarp-relating to the improvement and regula-tion of -

Page-

12

482

652

Machinery has upon h regarding the effect

Macomb at New York

M..

uman economy and labor.—Considerations that 16 in 1787.—Amount of' stock issued at-.the

Treasury, for lands sold to Edgar and 271 Manufactures to a certiin extent.—Propriety of protecting Ameri-

can - , 229,290 Manufactures merely Are to be abandoned.—Suggestions -that, du-

ties for the protection of - 384 Marine hospitals.—Relative, to sites for 7Q1 Marshals, custom-house and land officers.—Provision of law: ne-

cessary to. compel the' surrender of books and papers by attor-neys 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 Oc-

tober, 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

with 1 » 701 Naval service, including the gradual increase of the navy.-—(See

Estimates and expenditures for.)

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Page. Navigating interest,, and its depression in 1830.—Remarks con-

cerning the 90 Navigating interest.—Suggestions for the improvement of the 231 Navy pension fundj in trust in the Treasury in 1836.—Amount of 714 Navy hospital fund, in trust in the Treasury in 1836.—Amount of 714

O.

Officers of the customs.—Relative to compensation to 1'2, 226 Officers of the customs.—Remarks concerning the compensation

to , - 700 Ordnance, &c., military servicc.-^(See Expenditures.)

P.

Passports and clearances iii 1828—Duties on - 18 1829.—Duties on 96 1830.—Duties on - - - 236 1831.—Duties on 297

Patent Office in 1836.—Receipts and expenditures on account of 'the ' - 681

Pensioners.—Cause of reduction of appropriation for 472 Pension funds in 1836.—Amount of navy and privateer 714 Pensions, military service, &c.—{See Expenditures.) Population with" the consumption of imports; &c.-^-Comparison

of increase of - 633 Portugal.—Relative and-true value of the millrea of - 94 Post Office in 1836.—Receipts and expenditures on account of the

General 681 Pound sterling of Great Britain.—Relative and true value of the 94 Power of the Government to regulate the unequal action of cap-

ital.—Considerations regarding the money , 16 Powers not defined bylaw, as regards the custom-houses and land

offices.—Remarks relative to the exercise of 11 Privateer pension fund in 1836.—Amount of 714 Protested bill of exchange.—(See "French indemnity.) Prussia at different periods.—Currency of 617 Public debt.^-(See Debt.) Public money.—(See Deposites.)

a

Quantities of merchandise:-^(See Value.)

R.

Receipts.—(See Estimates of.) into the Treasury from all sources'in -1827 - 5

1828 - 5,85 1829 - - 85,217 1830 - - 217,283

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Receipts into the Treashry from all sources in 1831 1832 1833 1834 1835

into the Treasury from all sources for 3 quarters of 1836. and estimate for fourth quarter

Receipts from customs in 1828 "I 1829

1830 1831 1832 1833 1834 1835

from customs for 3 quarters of 1836, and estimate for fourth! quarter

Page. 283, 377 377, 463 463, 627

627 679

679 5, 18

85, 96 217, 236 283, 297 377, 386 463, 627

627 679

Receipts from lands in 679

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 85 830 217 831 283 832 377 833 463 834 627 835 679 3 quarters of 1836, and estiinated for rter - 679 is, other than customs and lands, in 1828- 26 1829 35, 104 1830 246 1831 309

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INDEX. .789

Page. Receipts from all sources, other than customs and lands, in 1832 399

1833 483 1834 627 1835 679

from all sources, other than customs, and lands from 1st January, to 30th September, 1836 713

Receipts, appropriations, and expendituresin each State in 1834.— Statement of . 608

,Receipts from customsin 1836.—Explanations of the estimates of 631 Receipts and expenditures in 1833/ 4, and '5.—General statement,

of estimates, appropriations 654 Receipts and expenditures on account of the Post Office Depart-

ment in 1836 . 681 Receipts in Treasury held in trust for certain objects in 1836 714 Receivers of public ! money relative to receipt of checks or drafts

of branches of the Bank of the United States.—Circular to all 618 Receivers of public money, to prevent frauds, speculations, and

monopolies, in thle purchase of the public lands.—Circular to deposite banks and 764

R evenue.—{See Receipts.) Revenue laws recommended.-r-Modification of. 12 Revenue.—Considerations taken into view in 1830, as regards fu-

ture estimates of the 90 Revenue to the wants of the Government, after the payment of the

public debt.—Observations regarding the reduction of the 224 Revenue cutter service.—Relative to pay of officers in the 92 Revenue cutter service.—Suggestions for the improvement of the 481 Revolution.—Further provision recommended for the soldiers of the 227 Roads and canals to a proper extent.'—Expediency.of encouraging

the construction of 233 Roads and canals.—Quantity of lands granted to States and Ter-

ritories for 662 Russia at different periods.—Currency of 617 Russia for 1822.—Tariff of duties of - - 71

S.

Saline reservations.—Quantity of land granted to States for 662 Salt 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.—Quantity and amount of duty on 389

Salt and drawback on pickled fish.—Relative to duty on 92 Salt imported into: United Stated from 1821 to 1829, inclusive.--

Quantity and value of 166 Salt exported from 1821 to 1829, inclusive.—Quantity and value

of - . ' - 210 Schools.-^Quantity of land granted to States for common 662 Scotland -in 1832.—Currency of 617 Scrip.—(See Lands.)

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Seats of Go.veriim'ent.— Quantity of land granted to States for Selected State banks.—Report of Secretary of the Treasury, De-

cember,, 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 con-

vention 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.-

disposal of the qommi ssioners of the Estimate of sum anticipated to be at the

Sinking fund in 1830.-missioners of thje

Smuggling or illicjit trad gestions for preventing

South Carolina inlresisti

Funds placed at the disposal of the com-

e with adjacent foreign territories.—Sug-

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

silver bullion and Specie, by refusing to re . bank notes of ai less

4.—Amount of gold and

sceive, on the part of the United States, denomination than $5.—Circular to en-

courage the circulation'of Specie in banks, circulation, &c., in 1836.—Remarks .concerning,

the currency, operations of the'mint, and banks in 1833-'4-'5-'6 preventing frauds on revenue by smug-

Specie in circulation anc. Spices.—Suggestions for

1832.—Quant: Spirits imported into Un

—Quantity and value Spirits exported fromJ

value of Spirits and refinedj sugar

gling, 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

ty and amount of duty on ted States from 1821 to 1829, inclusive, of 321 to 1829, inclusive.—Quantity and

in 1828.—Drawback on distilled _ 1829.—Drawback on distilled

1830.—Drawback on distilled 1831.—Drawback on distilled 1832.—Drawback on distilled.

Pag-.e 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

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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.—Quan-tity 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 Trea-sury.—Suggestion to empower the Secretary to sell bank and* canal " " ' 477

Stocks owned by the United States.—List of canal and bank 536 Stock received in payment for public land.—Amount of Missis-

sippi 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, inclu-sive.—Quantity and value of 147

Sugar exported from 1821 to 1829, inclusive.—Quantity and va-lue of 194

Sugar recommended for protecting duty 230;

Sugar in 1829 and 1830.—Amount, of duty secured on 270 Sugar in 1828.—Drawback on distilled spirits and refined 18-

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 r 285 1834.—Amount carried to the 379 1835.—Amount carried to the 465.-Digitized for FRASER

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792' 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

in 1832.—Additional

in 1836.—Explanation relating to the in 1836, and suggestions for the disposi-

Surplus in the Treasury Surplus in the Trjeasury

tion of it.—Remarks concerning the Survey of the coast to the care of the Navy Department.—Rela-

tive 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

clerks required in the offices of

T

Tariff.—(See Duties on imports.) Tariff of duties o|f Great Britain in 1835

France in 1822 Russia in 1822

, Naples in 1824 Tariff acts of 1830.—Reduction of duties under Tariff of duties eqpal to the necessities of the Government:—Con-

siderations shoying tie "propriety of rendering the Tariff of duties for.protection of .manufactures.merely, sjbould. be . abandoned—Suggestions that a Tariff act of 183$.- Inconveniences arising from not repealing

the Tax in the Treasury in 1836.—Surplus proceeds of property sold

for direct -I Teas imported in 1828.-

'1829.-jl S30.-J— Quantity and amount of duty on 1831, 1832.

Teas imported in each 3 tity and value of

Teas exported from 182|L to 1829, inclusive.-of

-Quantity and amount of duty on -Quantity and amount of duty on

Quantity and amount of duty 011 -Quantity and amount of duty on ear from 1821 to 1829, inclusive.—Quan-

-Qu an tity and value

Tonnage, (see Duties.)-j-Duties on imports and. Tonnage and ligljt money in 1828.—Amount of duties on

1829.—Amount of duties on 1830'.—Amount of duties on 1831.---Amount of duties on 1832.—Amount of ditties 011

Tonnage employed in foreign trade in 1828.—Quantity of - ' 1 ' 1829.—Quantity of

1 1830.—Quantity of 1831.—Quantity of

Page. 628'

'681 228

477 643

' 686

482

271

331

45 61 71 78 89

229, 289

384

700

714 19

97, 98 238 299 388

145

192

18 96

236 297 386 18 96

236 297

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Tonnage employed in foreign trade in 1832.—Quantity of 380 Trade with adjacent 'foreign territories.—Suggestions for the reg-

ulation of3 and to prevent illicit 13 Trade to prevent, smuggling.—Suggestions- for regulating the

coasting 15 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 13

Treasury building, and the necessity for providing a fire-proof building.—Relative to the loss of valuable papers by the destruc-tion of the ' 3S5

Treasury office on an enlarged scale, and fire-proof.—Recom-mendation for rebuilding 482

Treasury warrant.:—Form of 603 Treasury Department.—Concerning the reorganization of the 701 Trust for certain objects.—Receipts into the Treasury held in 714

U.

Unavailable funds.—^(See Funds.)

Valuation or appraisement'of goods under act 28th May, 1830.— Difficulties existing in the 91

Valuation of goods—Difficulty in establishing uniformity in the duties owing to different 92

Value of goods be taken at the place of importation, and hot ac-cording to foreign'invoice.—Recommendation that the 94

Value and quantity of merchandise on which duties accrued in 1828 19

Value and quantity of merchandise on which duties accrued in 1829 ' ' 97

Value and quantity of merchandise on which duties accrued in 1830 237

Value, and quantity ;of merchandise on which duties accrued in 1831 298

Value and quantity of merchandise.,on which duties accrued in 1832 ' 387

Value of all imports from 1821 to 1829, inclusive.—Total 173 Value of foreign merchandise exported from United States, from

1821 to 1829, inclusive.—Quantity and 174 Value of imports paying duty and free of duty, and value of ex-

ports and consumption for 1832, 1833, 1834, and 1835.—State-ment of the o 655

Value from year to year, (see Imports—Exports.)—Estimated. Vessels.—-Regulation of licenses for coasting and fishing 12 Virginia and United States military land warrants.—(See Lands.)

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W arehouses for stbring' Warrant.—Formlof Treasury

W.

^oodSj &c. recommended.—The erection of

Warrants, <fcc. received military land -|

Warrants.—(See Lands Weights and measures.—Relative to the preparation of the new West Indies.—Su'ggesti Wines in 1828, ' ~

1829.-4-Q.uar 1830.-4Quar 1831.-|Quar

in payment for public lands.—Amount of

Dns for improvement of trade with the {Quantity and amount of duty on

tity and amount of duty on tity and amount of duty on tity and amount of duty on

1°832.-^-Quantity and amount of duty on Wines imported; from

value of j Wines exported jfrom

value of j Wines—Loss to |the United States by discriminating duties in

favor of French silks and Wool and woollen goods recommended for protecting duties

1821 to 1829, inclusiye.—Quantity and

1821 to 1829, inclusive—Quantity and

Wool and woollens in

Woollen goods.—[(See "^uties on.)

829 and 1830.—Amount of duty secured

13 603

661

481 15 19

97, 98 237, 238 298, 299 387, 388

142

189

476 230

269

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