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NAVY DEPARTMENT,
BUREAU OF EQUIPMENT AND RECRUITING,

Washington, March 17, 1882. SIR: I have the honor to inform the honorable Secretary of the Navy that the funds under appropriation “Contingent E. & R.," for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1882, are nearly exhausted, as per statement submitted within, and have to request that Congress may be called upon to appropriate under the said head, to be available for immediate use, to defray the accruing expenses during the remainder of the current fiscal year, the sum of twelve thousand dollars ($12,000). Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

EARL ENGLISH.

Chief of Bureau, Hon. W. H. HUNT,

Secretary of the Navy.

STATEMENT,

Appropriated under “Contingent E. & R.,” for the fiscal year June 30, 1882.. $55, 000 Amount paid for transportation of enlisted men and boys..

$43, 000 For freight, transportation of equipment, stores, &c

5,000 For expenses of recruiting, advertising, telegraphing, school books for training ships, continuant service certificates, &c..

5,000

53, 000 Leaving balance

2,000 MARCH 17, 1882.

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1st Session.

No. 133.

STATISTICAL ABSTRACT

OF TIIE

UNITED STATES.

1881.

FOURTH NUMBER.

Finance, Coinage, Commerce, Immigration, Shipping, The Postal Service, Population, Railroads,

Agriculture, Coal and Iron, &c.

PREPARED IN THE BUREAU OF STATISTICS UNDER THE DIRECTION OF

THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.

WASHINGTON:
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.

1882.

CONTENTS.

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Table

Page

No.

1. Public Revenue and Expenditures : Estimated and

actual, 1862 to 1882...

3

2. Public Rerenue, sources of, each year, 1856 to

1881...

4

3. Expenditures, the several branches of, 1856 to

1881.

5

4. Annual Appropriations, 1874 to 1882.

6

5. Principal of Public Debt, analysis of, 1860 to 1881. 7

.6. Public Debt, with accrued interest thereon, &c.,

1871 to 1882......

9

7. Internal and Customs Revenue, amount derived

from, and cost of collecting, 1863 to 1881...... 9

9. Customs Duties, amounts of, collected on the prin-

cipal and other imported articles, 1869 to 1881. 10

10. Imports and Duties : Value of imported merchan-

dise entered for consumption and duties re-

ceived on the same, 1867 to 1881.....

11'.

11. Internal Revenue, amounts of, collected from the

various sources, 1863 to 1881..

12

12. Internal Revenue, amounts of, collected by States

and Territories, 1874 to 1881..

13

[ 13. United States and National Bank and State Bank

Notes, fc.: Amounts of, outstanding at the close

of each fiscal year, 1861 to 1881...

16

14. National Banks, resources and liabilities of, 1873

to 1881 ...

17

15. National Banks: Cash reserves held by, on Octo-

ber 1, 1881...

18

16. National Banks: Capital, surplus, dividends, and

total earnings of, 1870 to 1881

18

17. National Banks : Specie held by New York City

banks, and by all other banks, respectively,

1872 to 1881

19

18. National Banks, taxes paid by, to the United

States, 1864 to 1881....

20

19. National Banks, taxes, State and National, paid

by, 1866 to 1880.

20

20. National Banks : Ratios of loans to capital, &c.,

1870 to 1881...

21

21. Clearing House : Transactions of the New York

Clearing House, 1858 to 1881..

22. National Banks : Classification of loans, 1879,

1880, and 1881.

23

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No. of

Table

Page

Tables.

No.

STATE, NATIONAL ( 23. Banks and Bankers other than National, taxes paid

BANK, AND

by, to the United States, 1864 to 1881..... 23

13

UNITED STATES

NOTES

24. Savings Banks: Resources and liabilities of, 1875

to

to 1881.

AND CURRENCY,

25

NATIONAL BANKS, 25. Savings Banks : Deposits, number of depositors,

AND SAVINGS

and average amount due each, by States, in 1879,

BANKS-Cont'd

1880, and 1881

26. Coin and Currency, amount of, in the country, 1879,

1880, and 1881

26

COINAGE

26

27. Coinage of the United States Mint, 1830 to 1881.... 27

to

AND PRODUCTION

OF GOLD AND 28. Gold and Silver, Production of, in the United States,

SILVER.

1057 to 1881

29, Gold and Silver, Production of, by States and Ter-

ritories, 1881..

28

30. Imports into and Exports from the United States,

values of, 1836 to 1881 .......

29

31. Merchandise imported into and exported from the

United States, values of, 1835 to 1881...

31

32. Gold and Silver Coin and Bullion imported into and

exported from the United States, 1855 to 1881 . 32

33. Imports, values of, at the principal and other ports

of the United States, 1857 to 1881......

34

34. Domestic Commodities Exported, values of, from the

principal and other ports of the United States,

1857 to 1881...

35

35. F,reign Con odities Exported, values of, from the

principal and other ports of the United States,

1857 to 1881...

36

36

Merchandise imported and exported, Total values

to

77.

37

of, by countries, 1867 to 1881

78

Gold and Silver Coin and Bullion imported and ex-

to

113.

52

ported, by countries, 1867 to 1881

114. Principal and other articles of merchandise Imported,

Values of, 1872 to 1881

62

30

IMPORTS AND Ex-

to

115. Principal and other articles of merchandise Imported,

126

Quantities of, 1872 to 1881...

73

116. Principal and other articles of Domestic Merchandise

Erported, Values of, 1872 to 1881....

117. Principal and other articles of Domestic Merchandise

Exported, Quantities of, 1872 to 1881 ... 93

118. Principal and other articles of Foreign Merchandise

Exported, Values of, 1872 to 1881...

100

119. Principal and other articles o Foreign Merchandise

Exported, Quantities of, 1872 to 1881 ... 110

( 120. Gold and Silver Coin and Bullion Imported and Ex-

ported, Values of, 1872 to 1881......

116

121. Sugar, Melada, and Molasses, Quantity and Value

of, Imported, 1821 to 1881...

117

122. Tea and Coffee, Quantity and Value of, Imported

and Exported, 1860 to 1881

118

123. Wheat and Wheat flour, Quantities of, of Domestic

Production, Exported to the principal and other

foreign countries, 1860 to 1881

119

124. Indian Corn and Indian Corn meal, of Domestic

Production, Quantities of, exported to the prin-

cipal and other foreign countries, 1861 to 1881. 120

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