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No. 124.-QUANTITIES of INDIAN CORN and INDIAN-CORN MEAL of DOMESTIC PRODUCTION EXPORTED,

&c.-Concluded.

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Bushels. Barrels. Bushels. 1861.

112, 191 1862.

al12 a205 6200, 768 1863.

a32, 427

al b171, 262 1864. a24, 339 a430

623, 308 1865.

100

59, 892
1866.

294, 459
1867

27, 982
1868

64, 431
1869.

25

55, 099
1870.

237, 291
1871

520

295, 257 1872.

16, 150

107, 602 1873

26, 203

437, 162 1874.

661, 159
1875.

278, 870
1876..
666, 345

539, 264
1877

210, 934

284, 859 1878.

22, 823

4 301, 115 1879. 1, 343, 269

934, 516
1880
. 2, 037, 690

524, 791
1881

514, 106

3

219, 012 a Embraces " Portugal and Portuguese colonies."

Embraces "All Spanish West Indies."

Barrels. Bushels. Barrels. Bushels. Barrels. 2, 560 451 8, 608

13, 877 625, 512

18, 364

1
b22, 162

c.

268, 653 2, 477 b35, 838 c.

187, 014

67
3, 001
1, 650

19, 984 181, 462 189
3, 928 1,000 18,660 158, 624

38
5, 633

13, 441
14, 218

2
1, 319 200 29, 837 7, 292

1
3, 130 270 20, 596 72, 216

7
1, 031 385 11, 854 62, 859
1, 757

10, 160 173, 585 102
5, 239
11, 916 21, 039

29
2,374 10, 176 15, 863 104, 146 304
2,061 1, 200 10, 678 55, 881

87
11, 030 260

3, 834
9, 862

221
5, 186
9, 323 93, 487

187
1, 905

12, 468

64,776 109 840 7, 822 4, 900

288, 109

548
5, 227 2,050

3, 588

126,613 505 3, 174 14, 076 9, 295 85, 702 690 3, 682 6, 812 10, 206 352, 510

182 c Included in “Cuba." d Embracos "French West Indies and colonies."

Bushels.

10, 144
d24, 394
d22, 839
d30, 288
12, 358
5, 680
7,668
20, 276
el8, 485
el4, 097
el7, 472
e15, 874
f 24, 415
f 21, 714
$ 28, 205
f 35, 321
1 28, 488
$ 48, 946

48, 810
66, 843
65, 149

Barrels. Bushels.
1, 410

182, 078
d1, 350 259, 331
d2, 050 192, 911
d5, 589 56, 596
5, 377

49, 457
443 62, 715
893

139, 506
1, 150

78, 971
· el, 272 74, 754
el, 228

128, 411
e590

27, 025
el, 141 131, 774
f 1,517 194, 407
s 1,210 440, 387

f 400 147, 683
s 1, 318 299, 625

f 792 735, 743
f 2, 186 3, 279, 921

1, 427 2,783, 009
2, 143 11, 496, 435

942 6, 308, 752

Barrels. Bushels.

34, 018 10, 678, 244
28, 323 18, 904, 909
32, 414 16, 119, 476
43, 080 4,096, 694
26, 308 2, 812, 726
36,659 13, 516, 651
28, 609 14, 889, 823
39, 931 11, 147, 490
38, 467 7,047, 197
40,081 1, 392, 115
32, 309 9, 826, 309
34, 077 34, 491, 650
43, 860 38, 541, 930
57, 138 34, 434, 606
38, 100 28, 858, 420
43, 279 49, 493, 572
49, 556 70, 860, 983
53, 738 85, 461, 098
50, 921 86, 296, 252
39, 659 98, 169, 877
52, 862 91, 908, 175

Barrels.

203, 313
253, 570
257, 948
262, 357

99, 419
237, 275
284, 281
336, 508
309, 867
187, 093
211, 811
308, 840
403, 111
387, 807
291, 654
354, 240
447, 907
432, 753
397, 160
350, 613
434, 993

e Embraces "Al French American Possessions." Embraces "French West Indies and French Guiana."

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No. 125.-QUANTITIES of RAW COTTON of DOMESTIC PRODUCTION EXPORTED from the United States to the Principal

and other foreign countries, during the Ten Years, from 1872 to 1881, inclusive.

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Austria
Belgium
France
Germany
England
Scotland
Ireland
Gibraltar
British West Indies and British

Honduras..
British Poss. in North America.
Italy
Mexico
Netherlands
Portugal.
Azore, Madeira, and Cape Verde

Islands
Russia
Spain.
Cuba
Sweden and Norway.
South America
All other countries and ports

Total

No. 126.-VALUES of EXPORTS of COTTONS of DOMESTIC MANC.

FACTURE from the UNITED STATES, from 1863 to 1881, inclusive.

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1869.

1870.

1

1871.

Dollars.
1, 951, 576

948, 612
2, 633, 045

973, 427 3, 325, 820 2, 788, 046 5, 874, 222 1, 405, 825 1,056, 601

527, 613 C95, 500 745, 850 819, 551

952, 778 1, 314, 489 1, 425, 287 1,356, 534 1, 190, 117 1, 963, 701

Dollars 2, 906, 411 1, 456, 901 3, 451, 561 1, 780, 175 4, 608, 235 4,871, 654 5, 874, 222 3,787,282 3, 558, 133 2, 304, 3W 2, 947, 328 3,093, 249 4,071, 882 7, 722, 978 10. 235, 843 11, 438, 669 10, 833, 430

9, 981, 413 13, 571,357

1872.

6,064, 715

1,035, 469 8, 276, 384 1, 345, 988 5, 083, 923 724, 841 14, 832, 931 ! 1,776, 694 2, 844, 888

458, 998 8, 859, 191 1, 317, 719 3,585, 629 596, 912 10, 187, 145 1, 655, 116 4, 625, 180 668, 781 13, 247, 142 1, 681, 209 7, 593, 723 939, 061 21, 224, 020 2, 313, 270 16, 488, 214 1, 455, 462 59, 319, 267 5, 314, 738 29, 601, 304 2, 484, 131

76, 769, 147 6, 437, 223 37, 765, 313 2, 959, 910 88, 528, 192 7,053, 463 45, 116, 058 3, 209, 285 | 84, 081, 319 6, 288, 131 37,758, 166 2, 956, 760 | 68, 821, 557

5, 834, 541 68, 184, 293 | 4,983, 312 80, 399, 154 6, 621, 374

1873.

1874. 1875

1876. 1877.

1878.

1879.

1880. 1881..

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No. 127.-QUANTITIES of WOOL PRODUCED, IMPORTED, EXPORTED.

and RETAINED for CONSUMPTION in the UNITED STATES, from 1862, to 1881, inclusive.

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1862. 1863.

1864.

1865

1866

1867.

1868. 1869.

1870.

1871 1872. 1873. 1874.

Pounds. Pounds. Pounds. 90,000,000 42, 131, 061 132, 131, 061 106, 000, 000 73, 931, 944 179, 931, 941 123,000,000 90, 464, 002 213, 464, 002 142, 000, 000 43, 840, 154 185, 840, 154 155, 000, 000 76, 532, 274 231, 532, 274 160,000,000 16, 558, 046 176, 558, 046 168,000,000 24, 124, 803 192, 124, 803 180,000,000

39, 275,028 219, 275, 926 162,000,000 49, 230, 199 211, 230, 199 160,000,000 68,058, 028 228, 058, 028 150, 000, 000, 122, 256, 499 272, 256, 499 158, 000, 000 85, 496, 049 | 243, 496, 049 170,000,000 42, 939, 541 212, 939, 341 181, 000, 000 54, 901, 760 235, 901, 760 192, 000, 000 44, 642, 836 236, 642, 836 200,000,000 42, 171, 192 242, 171, 192 208, 250, 000 48, 449, 079 256, 699, 079 211,000,000 39, 005, 155, 250,005, 155 232, 500,000 128, 131, 747 360, 631, 747 240,000,000 55, 964, 236 295, 964, 236

Pounds.
1, 153, 388

355, 722
155, 482
466, 182
973, 075
307, 418
558, 435
444, 387
152, 892

25, 195 140, 515

75, 129 319, 600 178, 034 104, 768

79, 599 347, 854

60, 784 191, 551 71, 455

Pounds. Pounds. Pounds.

332, 953 1, 486, 341 130, 644, 720 708, 850 1, 064, 572 178, $67, 372 223, 475 378, 957 213, 085, 045 679, 281 1, 145, 463 184, 694, 691 851, 645 1, 824, 720 229, 707, 554 618, 587

926, 005 175, 632, 011 2, 801, 852 3, 360, 287 · 188, 764, 516 342, 417

786, 804 | 218, 489, 129 1, 710, 053 1, 862, 945 209, 367, 254 1, 305, 311 1, 330, 506 | 226, 727, 522 2, 266, 393 2, 406, 908

269, 819, 591 7,040, 386 7, 115, 515 236, 380, 334 6, 816, 157 7, 133, 757 205, 803, 784 3, 567, 627 3, 745, 661 232, 156, 099 1, 518, 426 1, 623, 194 235, 019, 642 3,088, 957 3, 168, 556 239, 002, 636 5,952, 221 6, 300, 075 250, 399, 004 4, 104, 616 4, 165, 400 245, 839, 755 3, 648, 520 3, 840, 071 356, 791, 676 5, 507, 534 / 5,578, 989 289, 385, 247

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1875.

1876.

1877.

1878. 1879.

1880.

1881.

a In the column of "Production," the amount placed opposite the fiscal year is the production of the preceding calendar year.

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No. 128.—QUANTITIES of RAW COTTON PRODUCED, IMPORTED; EXPORTED, and RETAINED FOR CONSUMPTION in

the UNITED STATEs, from 1859 to 1881, inclusive.
ANNUAL OROP.

Percentage
Total

Retained for of production Percentage
Average Average

Exports,
Production Imports.

and Imports of production

home con-
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30-

production and
net
gross

retained

domestic and Production.a weight or weight of in pounds. gross

and imports

sumption and imports.

foreign.

manufacture, for home con. exported.
weight.a
bale. bale.

sumption.
Bales.
Pounds. Pounds.
Pounds. Pounds. Pounds.

Pounds.

Pounda.
1859

3, 851, 481
447 491. 41 1,892, 664, 987 743, 500 1. 893, 408, 487 1, 386, 738, 676 506, 669, 811 26.76

73. 24
1860
4, 669, 770 445 487.26 2, 275, 372, 309 2, 005, 529 2, 277, 377, 838 1, 767, 830, 609 509, 547, 229

22. 37

77.63 1861

3, 656, 086 477 529, 13 1,934, 545, 603 881, 371 1, 935, 426, 974 307, 634, 242 1862. c.

29, 640, 853

5, 198, 230 1863

33, 877, 365

12, 904, 119 1864.

26, 475, 957

13, 420, 146
1865.

36,033, 426

12, 042, 216 1866. 2, 154, 476 441 483.63 1,041, 962, 263 6,282, 341 1,048, 244, 604 651, 921, 489 396, 323, 115

37.81

62. 19 1867

1,951, 988 496.51 969, 175, 303 926, 021 970, 101, 324 662, 733, 679 307, 367, 645

31. 68

68.32
1868.
2, 430, 893 443 482.71 1, 173, 431, 114 514, 992 1, 173, 946, 106 785, 415, 226 388, 530, 880

33. 10

66. 90
1869
2, 260, 557 437 499. 79 1, 129, 811, 645 1, 522, 068 1, 131, 333, 713 644, 957, 327 486, 376, 386

42. 99

57. 01
1870.
3, 114, 592 434 466, 00 1, 451, 401, 357 1, 698, 133 1, 453, 099, 490 958, 785, 304 494, 314, 186

65. 98
1871
4, 347, 006 438 464. 85 2,020, 693, 736 1, 196, 840 2, 021, 890, 576 1, 463, 704, 507 558, 186, 069 27.61

72. 39
1872

2, 974, 351 439
465, 34 1, 384, 084, 494 2,894, 183 1, 386, 978, 677 933, 825, 710 453, 152, 967

32. 67

67.33
1873

3,930, 508 440
466.40 1, 833, 188, 931 4, 425, 524 1, 837, 614, 455 1, 200, 398, 178 637, 216, 277 34. 68

65. 32
1874

4, 170, 388 439
465, 34 1,940, 648, 352 3, 625, 830 1, 944, 274, 182 1, 358, 979, 913 585, 294, 269 30.10

69.90
1875

3, 827, 845 439
465.97 1, 783, 644, 032 2, 149, 332 1,785, 793, 364 1, 260, 851, 944 524, 941, 420

29. 40

70. 60 1876

4, 632, 313 436 465.85 2, 157, 958, 142 2, 451, 419 2, 160, 409, 561 1, 491, 629, 831 668, 779, 730

30. 96

69. 04
1877
4, 474, 069 438 465. 46 2,082, 492, 190 2, 656, 567 2,085, 148, 757 1, 445, 647, 079 639, 501, 678

30. 67

69. 33
1878
4, 773, 865 450 473. 47 2, 260, 285, 666 3, 032, 013 2, 263, 317, 679 1, 608, 469, 052 654, 848, 627

28. 93

71.07
1879
5,074, 155 443 473. 85 2, 404, 410, 373 2, 993, 677 2, 407, 404, 050 1, 628, 875, 979 778, 528, 071

32. 34

67. 66 1880

5,761, 252 453 481. 11 2,771, 797, 156 3, 547, 792 2, 775, 344, 948 1, 822, 295, 843 953, 049, 105

34. 34

65. 66
1881
6,605, 750 456 484. 40 3, 199, 822, 682 4, 449, 866 3, 204, 272, 548 2, 192, 169, 348 1,012, 103, 200

31. 59

68. 41
a The figures of production from 1859 to 1871 inclusive, are taken from the New York Shipping and Commercial List; from 1872 to 1874 inclusive, from the New York
Commercial and Financial Chronicle; and after 1874, from reports of the National Cotton Exchange of America. The amount placed opposite each fiscal year in the column
of production is the crop of the preceding calendar year. b The net weight of bales is stated on the authority of Mr. Thomas Ellison, of Liverpool; and the gross weight
for years prior to 1878 on the authority of Mr. J. R. Dodge, Statistician of the Department of Agriculture; and after 1877, as reported by the National Cotton Exchange.
No record during the war period.

34. 02

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No. 129.--QUANTITY of PIG-IRON PRODUCED, IMPORTED, EXPORTED,

and RETAINED for CONSUMPTION in the UNITED STATES, from 1867 to 1881, inclusive.

(Expressed in tons of 2,240 pounds.]

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No. 130.-QUANTITY of IRON and STEEL RAILROAD BARS PRO

DUCED, IMPORTED, EXPORTED, and RETAINED for CONSUMPTION in the UNITED STATES, from 1867 to 1881, inclusive.

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a In the column of Production the amount set opposite the fiscal year is the production of the preceding calendar year.

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