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Stocks and various Funds belonging to the Commonwealth. 10,000 shares Western Railroad Stock,

$1,000,000 00 Notes, Stocks, 59,812 40; School Fund for Indians, 2,500 00; Massachusetts School Fund,

62,312 40

563,695 63 Charles River and Warren Bridge Fund,

25,670 31 Treaty of Washington,

150,000 00 Western Railroad Sinking Funds,

271,253 32

2,072,931,66

ABSTRACT OF THE RETURNS OF THE POOR FOR 1843.

Counties.

Suffolk, 3,746 1,331 2,415 1,695 2 45 $101,000 00 1,413 653 $0 96 Essex,

2,657 2,193 439 225 20 2,301 170,148 00 1,156 763 0 82 Middlesex, 2,426 1,056 1,328 873 37 3,516 136,808 00 1,438 833 089 Worcester,

1,530 1,063 216 260 40 6,082 154, 150 00 697 550 0 80 Hampshire, 367 252 109 44 4 306

10,100 00 130 50 0 91 Hampden, 452 237 215 64 5 650 22,100 00 214 94 0 64 Franklin, 372 314 29 8 3 360 5,615 00 29 26 0 58 Berkshire,

499
281 224 68 3

7,700 00 59 37 0 73 Norfolk,

817 491 311 205 18 1,374 74,900 00 499 283 0 90 Bristol,

1,610 890 720 265 17 1,569 66,950 00 610 337 0 70 Plymouth, 580 528 67 13 16 704 52,556 80 333 270 0 72 Barnstable, 310 297 10 4 12

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19,000 00 185 159 0 82 Dukes County, 29 29

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200 00 Nantucket, 260 222 38 13 1 260° 16,000 00 80 70 0 70 (15,655,9,214 6,153) 3,737 179 17,6153 887,127 80 6,862 4,125

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* $4,000,000 of this capital is loaned by the State.
Leased to the Housatonic Railroad Company, who pay for it $17,500 a year.
In Massachusetts only; in New Hampshire ihere are 35 miles more.
$ $500,000 of this is loaned by the State.

Fitchburg Railroad. Amount of capital subscribed, $921,000; amount paid in, $440,274.86; amount expended, $322,537.88. The road is now open to Concord, and will probably be open to Fitchburg before Jan. 1845.

Hartford and Springfield Railroad. Length of the line in Massachusetts 6 miles, and the stock subscribed for building this part of the road is $60,000. 20 miles more, in Connecticut, are to be built by the Hartford and New Haven Railroad Company.

West Stockbridge Railroad. This road is now used by the Housatonic Railroad Company.

The Worcester Branch Railroad has a capital of $5,500; the estimated cost of the road is $5,000.

Banks in Massachusetts from 1803 to 1843.

Years.

No. of Banks.

Capital.

Circulation.

Specie.

Prop. of spec.

to paper.

1803 1808 1813 1818 1823 1828 1833 1834 1835 1836 1837 1838 1839 1840 1841 1842 1843

7
16
16
27
34
61
102
103
105
117
129
120
118
115
114
111
103

$2,225,262
5,960,000
8,895,000
9,749,275
11,650,000
19,337,800
28,2:6,250
29,409,450
30,410,000
34,478,110
38,280,000
34,630,000
34,485,600
33,750,000
33,360,000
32,631,000
31,059,800

1,565,189
1,038,042
2,186,837
2,680,477
3,128,986
3,6$3,865
7,889,110
7,650,146
9,430,357
10,892,249
10,273,118
9,400,512
7,875,322
9,112,882
9,509,112
8,049,900
9,219,267

1,079,928
1,015.843
5,780,798
1.129,598
1,033,375
1,144 645

922,309
1,160,296
1,136,444
1,455,230
1,517,984
2,394,624
1,838,372
2,991,801
3,111,837
2,081,388
7,298,815

1 to 1,45 1 to 1,02 1 10 0,38 1 to 2,37 1 10 3,03 1 10 3,22 1 to 3,55 1 to 6,59 1 to 8.30 1 to 7,48 1 to 6,77 1 to 3,92 1 to 4,29 1 to 3,04 1 to 3,06 1 to 3,87 110 1,26

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October, 1842,

344

1,028 376 November,

3,178 2,085 December

9, ;-0

912

2,848 2,241 January, 1843, 11,112 3,222 3,855 2,123 2,388 February, 10,048 4,908 1,190 369

3,684 2,010 March, 3,598 6,908 1,170 1,312 4,391

1,083 April, 6.049 2,086 541 250 447

603 May, 5,100 1,475 1,165 1,161

1,927 47,885 19,511 14,975 9,917 12,837 3,707 October, 1843, 630

1,208 603 November, 6.232

1,669

1,546 December," 3,098 894 1. 169 282 January, 1844, 11,682

2,187
1,10 4,664

1,703 February,

17,006 7,358 4,209 2,237 4,880 487 March,

19,341
8,216

3,806 3,396 1,213 April,

7,277 5,603 206 383 3,433 450 May,

591 2,884 556 997 1,181 477 65,851

27,142 14,603 | 14,098 12,415 1,414 Arrived during the above period, 1842 and 1843, For sale,

34,619 To manufacturers,

74,213

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to manuf'rs, 68,484

135,523 Abstract of the Massachusetts School Returns for 1843.

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Suffolk,*

95,773 $110,000,000 00 132 14,926 14,893 Essex,

28 91,987
31,110,204 00

316 17,536 17,773 Middlesex,

47 106.611 37,592,082 00 421 23,122 25,234 Worcester,

55 95,313
29,804,316 00 570

20,503 25,794 Hampshire,

21 30,897 7,298,351 00 204 5,955 7,265 Hampden,

18 37,366

10,198,423 71 208 7,584 9,268 Franklin, 25 28,812 6,548,694 00 235

109 7,825 Berkshire,

24 41,745 9,546,926 76 222 7,058 7,923 Norfolk,

22 53,140 15,522,527 00 201 10,707 12,000 Bristol,

17 60,164 19,493,635 84 258 8,594 11,545 Piymouth,

20 47,373

10,694,719 00 212 8,614 10,402 Barnstable, 32,548 4,896,683 00 163

5,692 Dukes County, 3,958 1.107,343 00 18

312

759 Nantucket,

9,012
6,074,374 00

13
1,153

1,246 Total,

296 737,699 299,878,329 31 | 3,173 13,1) 161,020 * The returns for the city of Boston are taken from those of the last year.

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Suffolk, Essex, Middlesex, Worcester,

Hampshire, Hampden, Franklin, Berkshire, Norfolk,

Bristol, Plymouth, Barnstable, Dukes County, Nantucket,

Total,

$73 62 818 86 $13 16 $8 59 $89,124 44

$90 00 29 61 11 80 8 03 5 20 62,957 89 642 37 12 121 620 31 45 13 20 8 47 5 74 93,588 59 580 33 14 131. 6 580 25 01 11 30 6 51 4 99 58,437 54 1,229 18 6 66.18 298 22 22 11 32 6 28 5 16 17 210 00 4.901 00 8 82 608 21 21 10 99 6 01 5 16 21,283 95 5,824 36 31 20 273 19 99 10 53 5 30 4 38 14,930 87 6,010 10 5 38.12

108 19 45 11 21 6 10 5 13 14,370 5 7,702 48 51 209 31 91 13 85 9 20 5 86 42.822 37 115 92 29

50 26 64 12 43 7 76 5 07 37,032 19 5,438 67

249 28 36 12 60 6 94 475 31,778 13 1,376 36 3 31

144 28 77 11 49 7 59 4 28 14,988 30 1,973 25 5 47

95 25 55 13 84 8 24 5 01

2,300 00

1 9

55 68 68 15 64 9 00 8 00 9,700 00

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1,200 3,000 90,000 00 $9,050 00 $502 80
1,721.23 4,940 34,427 92 30,606 72 4,118 51 $299 00

595. 2 2,447 15,600 22 15,162 51 902 20 404 13
538.10 3,342 14,248 12 15,127 01 779 28 662 00
151.12 1,157 2,048 12 5,455 67 327 34 612 11
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795

4,627 09 28,428 62 1,718 29 1,430 70 104.12 912

2,236 20

6,876 43 441 58 183 61 274.12 949 10,723 79 21,053 17 1,206 47 521 35 603. 6 2,038 19,796 76 68,950 51 3,823 27 900 84 828.16 2,820 14,228 78 11,667 00

627 00

171 00 431, 6 1,572 5,949 73 13,836 58

830 10 638 71 404.18 1,808 13,148 00

662 50 86. 6 356 1,514 75

140 00 12 475 5,661 001 17.070 1-5/26,611 234,552 481 6,214 22215,276 8416,625 9

V. RHODE ISLAND.

GOVERNMENT

Governor,

For the Year ending the 1st Tuesday in May, 1845.

Salary. JAMES FENNER, of Providence,

$400 Byron Diman,

of Bristol,

Lieutenant Governor, 200 Henry Bowen, of Providence, Sec. of State, $750 and fees. Stephen Cahoone, of Newport,

General Treasurer,

500 Joseph M. Blake, of Bristol,

Attorney General, Fees. These officers, and the Senators and Representatives, are elected annu. ally, on the 1st Wednesday of April, for the year commencing 1st Tuesday of May.

The Senate consists of the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and one Senator from each of the thirty-one towns in the State.

The House of Representatives consists of 69 members. The present ratio is one Representative to every 1,530 inhabitants, and fractions of more than half are represented. Each town is to have one, and no town more than 12, Representatives.

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