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STATISTICS.

PUBLIC DEBT.

year 1801.

Amount of the Public Debt of the United States, at several periods, from 1791

to 1830, reckoned on the first of January of the different years. In 1791 | $75,169,974) Debt increased during these six years exIn 1796 81,642,272 cept 1794, when it was reduced. In 1799 77,399,909 Debt increased by reason of military preIn 1801 82,000,167 parations against France, previous to the In 1803 74,731,922 In 1804 85,353,643 Debt increased by the purchase of LouisiIn 1809 56,732,379 ana in 1803. In 1810 53,156,532

Debt at its minimum in 1812. In 1812 45,035,133 In 1813 55,907,452 Debt increased by the war,-maximum, In 1816 | 123,016,375 1816. In 1817 115,807,805

Debt much reduced since 1816. In 1820 91,015,566 In 1821 89,987,427 In 1822 93,546,676 Debt increased by the purchase of Florida In 1823 90,375,877 and a diminution of the ordinary reveIn 1824 90,269,777 In 1825 83,788,432 In 1826 81,054,059 In 1827 73,987,357

Adams' administration from 1825 to 1829. In 1828 67,475,622 In 1829 58,362,135 In 1831 48,595,405 | Jackson's adm’n. began March 4th 1829.

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BANK OF THE UNITED STATES. The charter of the Bank of the United States was granted 10th of April 1816 for 20 years. Original capital $35,000,000. Stock belonging to the United States government $7,000,000. Parent Bank at Philadelphia. Offices of discount are established at the following places viz. Portland, Portsmouth, Boston, Providence, Hartford, Burlington, New York, Utica, Buffalo, Baltimore, Washington, Richmond, Norfolk, Fayetteville, Charleston, Savannah, Mobile, Natchez, New Orleans, St. Louis, Nashville, Louisville, Lexington, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh.

State of the Bank September 1, 1831.
Investments.

Distribution.
Capital paid in $35,000,000 00Funded debt $3,517 381 6
Circulation
22,399,447 52 Loans

56,895,451 9 Public Deposits 7,252,249 42 Mortgages

140,956 63 Private Deposits

9,115,836,47 Chargeable to ContinDue to individuals in

3,452,976 16 Europe 168,372,72 Real Estate

2,491,892 99 Unclaimed dividends 251,766 3 Due from Offices and Contingent Fund 5,613,173,15 Banks

621,523 8 Discount, Exchange

Expences &c.

259,383 50 and Interest

614,685 7 Banking Houses 1,160,455 54 Profit and Loss 1,750,048 51/Notes of State Banks 2,080,442 33

Specie

11,545,116 51 $82,165,578 89

$82,165,578 89

gent Fund

STATISTICS.

Value of Imports and Exports of the United States, during the year ending

September 30, 1829. from and to each Foreign Country.

VALUE OF

VALUE OF EXPORTS.
COUNTRIES.

IMPORTS.
Domestic Foreign

Total

Produce. Produce. Russia

$2,218,995 $51,684 $334,542 $386,226 Prussia

22,9351
14,411

14,411 Sweden and Norway 1.020,910

122,663 i26,921 249,634 Swedish West Indies 283,049 684,523 23,791 708,314 Denmark

32,911 73,597 13,166 86,763 Danish West Indies 2,053,266 1,942,010 282,401 2,224,411 Netherlands

1,057,854 3,095,857 889,330 3,985,187 Dutch East Indies . 121,348 62,074 176,318 238,392 Dutch West Indies 438,132 379,874 18,667 398,541 England

23,892,763 21,281,334 1,767,457 23,048,791 Scotland

1,024,215 895,315 19,493 914,808 Ireland 362,511 327,728

366 328,094 Gibraltar

247,471 301,132 160,130 461,262 British East Indies 1,229,569 69,070 477,629 546,699 British West Indies 240,224 1,463 5,058 6,521 British Amer. Colonies 577,542 2,724,104 40,805 2,764,909 Hanse Towns, &c. 2,274,375 1,998,176 1,278,984 3,277,160 France

8,838,978 8,895,045 2,854,350 11,749,395 French West Indies 777,992 1,056,639 15,768 1,072,407 Bourbon

10,502

10,502 Hayti 1,799,809 814,987

160,171 975,158 Spain.

803,529 731,605 185,432 917,137 Teneriffe & other Can's 25,2831 42,839 22,317 66,156 Manilla & Philippine Is.

209,206 10,8021 66,430 77,232 Cuba

4,866,524 3,719,263 1,859,626 5,578,889 Other Spanish W.Ind's 898,832 209,780 38,9001 248,630 Portugal . 237,351 42,088

628

42,716 Madeira

403,056 175,074 15,089 190,163 Italy and Malta

1,409,588 289,755 611,257 901,012 Trieste & otherAd'c p’ts 191,896 409,288 280,200 689,488 Turkey, Levant, Egypt 293,237 27,600 47,384 74,984 Mexico

5,026,761 495,626 1,835,525 2,331,151 Central Rep. of Amer. 311,931 123,631 116,223 239,854 Honduras, Campeachy 64,847 12,693 8,229 20,922 Colombia

1,255,310 525,783 241,565 767,348 Brazil

2,534,467 1,510,260 419,767 1,929,927 Argentine Republic 912,1141 444,716 181,336 626,052 Chili

416,118 890,356 530,778 1,421,134 Peru

1,004,458) 91,542 119,615 211,157 China

4,680,847 260,759 1,094,103 1,354,862 Other Countries

433,623 884,445 337,777 1,222,222

Total

74,492,5271 55,700,193 16,658,478| 72,358,671

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STTIG

KT 1971

Number of Troops, (Continental and Militia,) employed during the Revolution, and the

Quotas furnished by each State. [From the Collections of the Hampshire Historical Society.]

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STATISTICS.

Statement of the Value of Domestic Exports of the United States in the year

ending September 30th, 1829.

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THE SEA.
Fisheries.-
Dried fish, or cod fisheries

$747,5410
Pickled fish, or river fisheries, her-
ring, shad, salmon, mackerel

220,527
Whale, (common) oil, whalebone

495,163
Spermaceti oil and candles

353,869

$1,817,100
THE FOREST.
Skins and furs

526,507
Ginseng

114,396
Product of Wood.
Staves, shingles, boards

$1,680,403
Oak bark, and other dye

165,406
Naval stores, tar, pitch, rosin and
turpentine

377,613
Ashes, pot and pearl

817,434

0,430,856
AGRICULTURE.

3,681,759
Product of Animals.-

Beef, tallow, hides, and h'd. cattle 674,955
Butter and cheese

176,205
Pork (pkl’d.) bacon, lærd, live hogs! 1,493,629
Horses and mules

207,858
Sheep

10,644
Vegetable food.-

2,563,291
Wheat, flour, and biscuit

5,972,920
Indian corn and meal

974,535
Rye meal

127,004
Rye, oats, and other small grain and
pulse

74,896
Potatoes

30,079
Apples

15,958
Rice

2,514,370
9,709,762

12,273,053
Tobacco

4,982,974
Cotton

26,575,311
All other agricultural products.-
Flaxseed

113,040
Hops

3,289

123,246
MANUFACTURES.
Soap and tallow candles

692,691
Leather, boots and shoes

356,658
Saddlery

35,765
Hats

270,780
Wax

132,939
Sp'ts. from grain, beer, ale, & porter

215,494
Wood (including coaches and other
carriages)

501,946

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Snuff and tobacco
Lead
Linseed oil and spirits of turpentine
Cordage
Iron
Spirits from molasses
Sugar refined
Chocolate
Gunpowder
Copper and brass
Medicinal drugs
Cotton and piece goods.-

Printed and colored
White
Nankeens
Twist, yarn, and thread

All other manufactures of
Flax and kemp.-

Cloth and thread
Bags, and all manufactures of
Wearing apparel
Combs, and buttons
Brushes
Billiard tables and apparatus
Umbrellas and parasols
Leather and morocco skins, not sold,

per pound
Fire engines and apparatus
Printing presses and types
Musical instruments
Books and maps
Paper, and other stationary
Paints and varnish
Vinegar
Earthen and stone ware
Manufactures of glass

Do. tin
Do.

pewter and lead
Do. marble and stone
Do. gold and silver and

gold leaf
Gold and silver coin
Artificial flowers and jewelry
Molasses
Trunks
Brick and lime
Salt
Articles not distinguished in returns.-

Manufactured
Raw produce

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55,700,193

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