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Medical School in Boston. The Courses of Lectures begin annually on the third Wednesday in October, and are continued daily for three months, on the following subjects.

Anatomy and Surgery, by John C. Warren, M. D.
Chemistry, by John W. Webster, M. D,
Materia Medica, by Jacob Bigelow, M. D.
Midwifery and Medical Jurisprudence, by Walter Channing, M. D.

Theory and Practice of Physic, by James Jackson, M. D. The apparatus and collections of specimens used in illustrating the demonstrative courses, are very extensive. The fees for all the courses amount to $70. Board is obtained for about $3 per week.

This institution now offers greater advantages for the acquirement of a thorough medical education, than it has done at any former period of its history. During the last two years the means of obtaining practical knowledge of the anatomical structure of the human body have been amply supplied to pupils, probably at a less expense than in any other of the schools in the United States. The opportunity of witnessing numerous important and capital operations in surgery, and of attending the clinical practice of one of the best regulated hospitals in this country, are gratuitously afforded to all who attend the lectures of the professors,

Militia.

Aggregate of Infantry with } 49,658

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[From the Return of December 18th, 1828.] 7 Divisions 16 Brigades 67 Regiments of Infantry, and

1 Battalion 494 Companies of Infantry 11 Grenadiers

the General Staff 107

Light Infantry

Riflemen 4 Regiments of Cavalry 2 Battalions

Aggregate of Cavalry 34 Companies

4 Regiments of Artillery 13 Battalions

Aggregate of Artillery 61 Companies

Total

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54,344

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Banks. There are 65 Banks in the Commonwealth, of which the following are the aggregate returns for the year 1828.

Due from the Banks.
Capital Stock paid in

$20,140,050
Bills in circulation of $5 and upwards, not bearing

} 3,989,612
interest
Bills in circulation under $5 not bearing interest 1,044,981
Bills or notes in circulation bearing interest

3,713,262
Net profits on hand

397,050 Balances due to other Banks

1,151,734 Cash deposited

* 2,020,226 Cash deposited bearing interest

484,335
Total amount due from the Banks

33,178,493
Resources of the Banks.
Specie

$1,225,294
Real estate

639,838 Bills of other Banks incorporated in this state

718,110 Bills of other Banks incorporated elsewhere

404,640 Amount of debts due

28,753,263 Total amount of the resources of the Banks

33,276,430

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State Prison. Number of Convicts, September Whole number committed sinee 30, 1827 285 1805

2176 Received since

104 Discharged on expiration Remanded by the Court, who of sentence

1379 had detained for trial

2 Pardoned

366 Escaped and not retaken 17 391 Died

114 Discharged on expiration

Discharged by the Court 10 of sentence

77

Remaining, Sept. 30, 1828 290 Pardoned 14

2176 Died

4 Escaped

2 Discharged by the Su

preme Court

101

Remaining, Sept. 30, 1828 290

Of the whole number discharged there have returned on a second com. mitment 290 ; and of the 290, 32 were of those who had been pardoned. Of the 290 now in the prison, 135 are from Massachusetts ; 21 New Hampshire ; 14 New York, 13 Connecticut; 7 Pennsylvania; 11 Rhode Island; 9 Vermont; 15 Maine ; 3 Virginia ; 3 New Jersey; 3 South Carolina 3 Maryland ; 1 New Orleans ; and the following Foreigners, viz. 20 from Ireland , 9 England; 9 Scotland ; 2 France; 3 Nova Scotia ; 2 Holland; 6 West Indies ; i Portugal. One sixth part of the convicts are colored persons.

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Expense and Income for the Year ending September 30, 1828. To Stock on hand, Sept.

By Cash received of the 30, 1827

$ 17,151 87 State Treasurer in full Provision department.

of a grant of the LegislaFor meat, meal, &c. 6,868 14

ture for the support of Expense department. For

the Institution

$6,392 56 wood, oil, &c.

3,414 03 Cash received from the Clothing department. For

State Treasurer on accloth, leather, &c. 3,418 68 count of the New Prison 10,000 00 Pay of Officers 13,634 63 Sales of stone

16,766 33 Transportation of Prison.

Labor departm't. Amount

929 94 charged contractors 5,513 69 Amount paid Prisoners dis

Labor departm't. Amount charged

78 97 of labor on New Prison 4,578 00 Hospital department 527 44 Labor departm't. Amount Stone-cutters' department.

for repairing damages by For rough stone, steel,

fire

333 18 &c.

9,691 20 Amount credited interest Labor department. For

account

11 72 sheep skins 14 40 Sales of oakum

285 41 Betterment account. For

Fees received for admitting stock and labor of con

visitors

444 22 victs, repairing damages

Stock for New Prison on by fire 1,203 31 hand

11,165 17 Stock and labor of convicts

Stock on hand, Sept. 30, on New Prison 15,743 17 1828

16,954 17 Balance

231 28 $72,675 78

$72,675 78

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RHODE ISLAND.

Receipts and Expenditures.

The following summary of the Treasurer's Report embraces the six months

between October 25th, 1828, and April 29th, 1829. Balance in the Treasury, October, 1828

$11,731 16 Receipts the last six months, except for Free Schools

8,795 92

Expenditures
Balance in the Treasury to new account

$20,527 08 11,673 03 8,854 05

$20,527 08

Banks.

Returns of the several Banks in the State of Rhode Island, to the General

Assembly, at their October Session, 1828.

Names of the Banks.

527 86

6,768 22

15,660

Providence
Exchange
Bank of N. America
Eagle Bank
Roger Williams
Union, Providence
Merchants', Prov.
Mechanics, Prov.
High-Street Bank
Mech's' & Manuf?rs'
Smithfield Exchange
Woonsocket Falls
Smithfield Union
Village
Burrillville
Smithfield Lime Rock
Cumberland
Franklin
Cranston
R. I. Agricultural
Seituate
Mount Vernon
Farmers' & Mech's'
Manufacturers'
New England Pacific
Commercial, Bristol
Bank of Bristol
Eagle, Bristol
Freeman's
Mount Hope
Warren.
Hope, Warren
N. England Com'cial
R. Island Union
Bank of R. Island
Merchants',Newport
Newport
R. Island Central
Warwick
Bank of Kent
Pawtuxet
North-Kingston
Narragansett
Washington
Landholders'
Phoenix
Bristol Union

Capital

Bills in

Bills of Deposited Stock Deposites. Circula. Specie. other in other paid in.

tion.

Banks. Banks. $500,000 $85,277 67 $51,293 00 $19,252 12 $2,939 29 $17,166 96 500,000 73,831 19 24,160 00 12,747 33 6,607 00 1,816 17 100,000 137, 494 44 21,158 00 24,140 36 1,266 00 3,348 70 300,000 26,517 24 14,930 00 12,327 25 2,103 50

921 59 499,950 83,500 36 39,013 00 39,831 66 12,306 00 1,205 86 500,000 51,472 18 15.465 00 17,831 76 9,998 50 500,000 148,091 02 36,797 17 18,947 37 32,265 92 8,911 10 378,550 63,214 08 32,872 00 16,427 65 14,140 00 2,030 23 19,590

4,482 15 8,187 00 13,194 17 4,969 00
100,000 13,748 62 8,335 00

4,736 15
4,024 86

1,716 73 40,000 4,063 00 12,898 00

1,910 00 905 00 12,184

192 81

323 00 60,000 5,086 79 11,976 00 2,828 16 519 00

3,274 56 40,000 1,538 62 24,671 00 5,041 90

859 00 5,990 35 37,340 3,089 46 9,402 00 3,805 05 938 50 100,000 5,362 11 39,787 00 5,524 89

1,722 45 3,532 65 65,750 6,432 53 26,735 00 3,304 56 730 50

3,447 07 38,000 5,171 23 17,558 00 4,248 35 881 00

3,413 46 25,000 654 20 9,423 00 4,015 88 469 00 1,732 60 49,780 32,051 79 23,982 00 5,888 42 221 00 1,266 06 10,463 00 3,169 61 1,300 00

144 45 40,000 2,974 50 35,081 00 10,128 40 237 50 200,000 27,414 11 37,413 00 12,576 26 1,164 00

9,057 93 220,000 15,294 98 19,338 00

8,847 09
6,453 00

8,754 02
83,750 4,102 04 19,286 00 6,428 14 2,792 00
150,000

1,524 84 3,271 45 10,178 00

2,149 22
3,617 35

853 15 150,000 45,051 49 3,618 00 5,020 00 4,631 00 6,399 13 50,000 3,235 15 5,506 00 4,550 12

846 95 215 80 67,000 1,136 57 3,762 00 1,143 87 910 73 75,000 1,350 89 12,704 00 2,978 00 2,069 45

794 95 100,000 5,051 21 13,122 00

3,475 19 1,218 64 100,000

2,260 27 4,294 26 7,392 00

612 00

2,758 76 75,000 8,815 30 27,553 00 5,131 51 2,212 50 7,636 66 200,000 16,612 42 23,893 00 8,646 18

3,946 30 6,061 04 100,000 14,219 01 16,183 00 5,603 14

2,937 00

2,550 01 50,000 18,232 35 28,167 00 7,042 99 7,122 75 2,345 84 120,000 37,845 77 32,535 00 5,876 66 5,346 25 4,634 63 60,000 7,636 56 12,282 00

2,050 24

284 00

4,577 42 20,000 2,337 59 7,401 00 1,383 30

893 00

1,506 32 20,000 4,073 20 18,117 50 6,317 95

381 00 87,858

4,729 98 3,431 79 15,651 00 6,641 08

375 00 44,400 5,553 20 19,564 00 5,322 96

890 00 50,000 5,481 70 10,110 00 4,383 17

872 00 620 34 75,000 1,886 74 25,125 00 8,336 02

3,699 74 3,050 20 50,000 1,033 68 19,618 00

2,195 30

250 50

5,202 03 43,000

3,874 65 20,420 00 4,039 14 1,276 51 9,031 82 40,000

4,004 91 4,810 00 1,203 38 2,449 00

2,102 00

$6,151,912'1,000,595 39 887,969 67 357,612 07/163,881 50 150,353 14

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Oficers and their Salaries.

} $400

EXECUTIVE.

Salary Governor, James Fenner, (term expires on the first Tues

day in May) JUDICIARY. Supreme Court.-Samuel Eddy, Chief Justice .

650 Charles Brayton,

550
Samuel Randall,
The Judges receive also an entry of $3 on Insolvent Petitions.
In each county is a Court of Common Pleas consisting of five

Judges each, making 25 in the whole, besides the Judges of

the Supreme Court. LEGISLATURE.' The Members of the Legislature receive $1,50 a day.

} Associate, each

Schools.

In January, 1828, the Legislature appropriated $10,000 annually for the support of Public Schools, to be divided among the several towns in proportion to the population, with authority for each town to raise by annual tax double the amount receive ed from the Treasury, as its proportion of the $10,000. There has been as yet no report of the number of school establishments under the act, but it is thought they may safely be put down at 60, as all the towns have availed themselves of its provisions. The whole number of Schools in the state now probably exceeds 650.

CONNECTICUT.

Officers and their Salaries. EXECUTIVE.

Salary. Gideon Tomlinson, Governor

$1100 John S. Peters, Lieutenant-Governor

300 JUDICIARY. Supreme Court.-Stephen T. Hosmer, Chief Justice 1100

John T. Peters,
Jeremiah G. Brainard,

Associate-each 1050
James Lanman,

David Dagget, County Courts.—The Judges are appointed annually by the Legislature. Pay of the Chief Judge, $350 a day; and

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