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Of this sum, there was short provided, consisting of unclaimed dividends not applied for by the proprietors,
That, during the year 1826, the following disbursements were made by the treasury, on account of the principal and interest of the public debt, viz :
On account of the interest of the debt,
the redemption of the 6 per cent. stock of 1813,
the redemption of 7 per cent. stock,
In payment of treasury notes,
certain parts of domestic debt,
Which disbursements were made from the appropriation of ten millions of dollars for the year 1826, and from the unexpended balance of the appropriations at the commencement of that year, and will be accounted for in the next annual report, in conformity to the accounts which shall then have been rendered to this department. In the mean time, the manner in which the said sum has been applied, is estimated as follows:
There is estimated to have been applied to the deficiency, at the end
of the year 1825,
In the redemption of the principal of the public debt,
110,616 97 7,073,623 35
FINANCES OF MEXICO.
Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, to the Mexican Congress. The progressive increase of the revenue for the last four years, exclusive of the foreign loans, appears as follows, viz:
For 1823, $5,409,722-1824, 8,452,828-1825, 13,164,644-1826, 14,159,349. From September 1, 1825 to June 30, 1826, (10 nonths,) the receipts amounted to 13,848,257 dollars, including the foreign loan, 2,458,559 dollars. The customs in the ports yielded 6,414,383; tobacco, 1,316,127 dollars; the states contributed 1,368,452 dollars; the duties of Averia, 529,850 dollars. period, amounted to 12,189,725 dollars, leaving a balance in the treasury, on the 30th The expenditures, during the same June, 1826, of 1,658,532 dollars. The expenditures of the war department were 6,955,078 dollars, and the navy cost 900,253 dollars. Of the treasury department, 3,673,043 dollars, which includes a remittance in March last to England, of 283,800 dollars, for the payment of the dividends on the loans. Since the last of June, 800.000 dollars have been remitted for the same purpose. For the year ending June 30, 1828, the net revenue was And the expenditures of department of state, Department of justice, and ecclesiastical affairs,
From Septen ber, of 1825, to June, 1826, (10 months), the coinage of the republic, in the five mints of Mexico, Guanajuato, Tacatecas, Guadalajara, and Durango, 7,463,300 dollars.
The entire coinage of Mexico, from the year 1733, when the mint of the capital, (which, from 1535, to 1732, was in charge of private individuals, who left no records), was conducted on account of the government, to June 30, 1826, amounts to one thousand four hundred and thirty-five millions, six hundred and fifty-eight thousand six hundred and eleven dollars.
The difference in favour of the republic, in the present year, compared with the preceding, amounts to the sum of $6,991,889, 3 reals.
Estimate for 1826,
Abstract of the net produce of the revenue of Great Britain, in the years and quarters ended 10th October, 1825 and 1826, showing the increase or decrease on each head thereof:
Years ended 10th Oct.
* In the event of its being necessary to equip and arm all the vessels of war belonging to the republie, the estimate for the marine department will be increased to 2,260,422 dollars, 6 reals.
Comparative statement of the produce of the revenue, for the first nine months of 1826, with the produce of the revenue realized during the same nine months for 1825. At the same time, it appears from another table, that the estimates for 1826 were made out from the receipts of the revenue in 1824, and the increase during the present year, compared with 1824, is
From direct taxes,
Woods and Sale of wood,
The amount of the debt of France, constituting the capital of the rentes, as they are called, or inscriptions on the great book, is, we believe, about four hundred millions of dollars.
Of the Exports of the Growth, Produce, and Manufacture of the United States, during the year ending September 30th, 1826,
Produce of the fisheries,
Furs, skins, ginseng, oak bark, naval stores, pot and pearl ashes,
Lumber, staves, and shingles,
Beef, tallow, hides, butter and cheese, pork, and live animals,
Raw produce not enumerated,
Exports of Foreign Growth, Produce, or Manufactures, during the same year. Merchandise free of duty,
do paying duty ad valorem,
paying specific duty,
BSTRACT of the Tonnage of the Shipping of the several Districts of the United States, on the last day of December, 1825.
STATISTICAL VIEW of the COMMERCE of the UNITED STATES, exhibiting the value of Imports from, and the value of Exports to, each Foreign Country; also, the Tonnage of American and Foreign vessels, arriving from and departing to each Foreign the 30th day of September, 1826. Country, and the Tonnage belonging to each Foreign Power, employed in the Commerce of the United States, during the year ending on
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