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of the Associate Judges $3 a day, during the Session of the Court, and 9 cents a mile for travel.

LEGISLATURE. Senators receive $2 a day during the Session of the Legislature, and 9 cents a mile for travel. The Speaker of the House of Representatives receives $250 a day; clerks, $2; members, $1 50, and 9 cents a mile for travel.

School Fund. According to the Report of the Commissioner, the Capital of the Connecticut School Fund was as follows, on the 1st of April, 1829. In Bonds and Mortgages .

$1,454,435 31 Bank Stock

97,850 00 Cultivated Lands and Buildings

174,442 73 Wild Lands in Ohio, Vermont, and New York

138,423 95 Farming Utensils and Stock

1,750 00 Cash on Hand

15,359 69

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Total amount of capital

$1,882,261 68 The revenue derived from the Fund during the year ending the 31st of March, 1828, amounted to $80,243 29. The State is divided into 208 School Societies, which contain, in the aggregate, according to the enumeration taken in August last, 84,899 children, between the ages of four and sixteen. The dividends made to schools from the School Fund, amount to 85 cents on each child enumerated ; so that $72,164 16 have been paid from this Fund for the support of Common Schools during the past year.

The following summary shows the amount of money paid from the School Fund, and the number of children taught at different periods, in the respective counties.

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Banks.

Statement of the Annual Bank Returns made to the Legislature at their

Session in 1829.

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HARTFORD BANK.

Bills in circulation

54,239 00 Capital $1,252,900 00 Real Estate

15,594 90 Bills in circulation 362,662 06 Specie funds in New Deposites except from

York, and Bills of Banks

101,530 95

Bapks paying specie 23,495 91 Deposites from Banks 22,426 84

Aniount due from Banks Dividends unpaid

1,014 03 & sundry individuals 5,079 01 $1,740,534 88

$328,924 00 Due Bank, considered

NEW LONDON BANK. good $1,396,902 56 Capital

$ 146,437 50 Bank Stock

104,300 00
Debts due the Bank

168,031 26 Cash on hand 84,946 68 Deposites

11,021 83 Cash deposited in other

Bills in circulation 35,380 00 Banks

51,746 10

Cash on hand Real estate, except Bank

Do. in other Banks ing House

9,418 26
Real Estate

8,499 62 Banking House

21,169 54 Deficiency 67,051 74

$388,408 64 $1,740,534 88

WINDHAM COUNTY BANK. Capital

$ 104,390 00 PHENIX BANK, Hartford.

Deposites

22,289 04 Capital

Notes in circulation $1,218,500 00

44,324 50 Notes in circulation

Dividend unpaid

242 25 446,961 64

Debts owed by Bank 820 98 Deposites, except from Banks

Balance of interest ac. 2,661 91 141,379 47 Excess

52 20 Deposites from Banks

22,310 55 Unclaimed dividends 4,249 62

$174,779 88 Earnings on hand

90,759 61

Cash $1,924,160 89

$11,272 48

Deposites in New York 1,483 93 Bonus paid for Charter $50,000 00

in Boston 8,042 22 Real Estate

in Providence 46,329 27

4,072 54 Bank Stock

Con. Banks 500 00

3,078 47

Debts due the Bank Debts due, except from

144,448 94

Real Estate Banks 1,521,638 34 Profit and loss

1,861 59 Notes of Essex Bank,

519 71 and Expenses on do, 53,141, 50

$ 174,779 88 Cash, viz. in Bank 110,977 25 Deposites in other Banks 142,192 50

STONINGTON BANK.
Capital

$ 53,000 00 $1,924,778 86 Bills discounted

63,523 52

Nutes in circulation UNION BANK, New London.

20,031 00 Specie funds

14,456 59 Capital $100,000 00 Deposites

3,782 01 Amount of discounted

Real Estate

1,500 00 Bills

122,031 30 Deposites 8,483 88

$ 156,293 12

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NORWICH BANK.

Debts due the Bank, Capital

$ 150,000 00

including Stock and Notes in circulation

75,909 50 Banking House 594,327 94 Due other Banks 12,016 61 | Cash, including DeposDeposites

17,117 89

ites in other Banks, & Real Estate 3,815 74 Notes of do.

84,229 28 Debts due the Bank 212,777 71 | Expenses since Jan. 1 300 25 Cash in the Bank, and deposites in other Banks 48,822 56

$676,857 67 $ 520,460 01

BRIDGEPORT BANK. FAIRFIELD COUNTY BANK. Capital

$100,000 00 Capital

$ 133,000 00

Notes in circulation 85,354 00 Notes in circulation

199,939 00
Deposites

28,895 37 Deposites 28,072 78

$209,249 37 $361,011 78 Bills receivable

$71,203 50 Bills discounted $ 115,640 16

Due from Mechanics' 8,180 27 Specie funds

Real Estate 208,311 39

7,874 05 Cash

27,095 49
Specie funds

96,779 89 Real Estate

Cash on hand 9,954 74

25,211 66 $361,011 78

$209,249 37

MECHANICS' BANK, New-Haven.

New-HAVEN BANK.
Bills discounted $218,776 64 Capital
Farn.ington Canal stock 200,000 00

$339,600 00

Notes in circulation Real Estate

146,615 00 8,625 17 Deposites

109,699 19 Specie on hand

21,871 38 Notes and checks in

$595,864 19 other Banks

5,312 32 Loaned in N. York, sub

Bills discounted $438,958 94 ject to be drawn at

Specie, Bills of other sight

96,128 58 Banks, and Funds in Due from other Banks 4,482 19 New York

144,432 48 Real Estate

8,254 26 $555,196 28 Due from other Banks 4,218 57 Capital paid $333,850 00

$595,864 19 Notes in circulation 135,347 00 Profits

3,707 48 Dividend unpaid

THAMES BANK.

1,112 60 Deposites 81,179 14 | Capital

$153,500 00 Deposites

17,480 50 $555,196 22 Bilis in circulation 65,344 00 Due other Banks

30,686 37 MIDDLETOWN BANK. Capital $ 400,000 00

$266,910 87 Notes in circulation 152,892 08 Deposites, including bal

Debts due the Bank $223,694 34 ances due to other

Real Estate

4,6-40 55 Banks, and disc't ac.,

Deposited in other Banks 24,949 97 and profit and loss ac. 125,965 49 Cash on hand

16,002 60 $676,857 57

$269,287 46

Receipts and Expenditures. Abstract from the Controller's Report for the year ending April 1st, 1829.

RECEIPTS. Balance in the Treasury

$25,770 07 Avails of Courts

78 71 Forfeited Bonds, &c.

958 02 Duties on Writs and Licenses

10,091 42 Notes, &c.

3,337 42 Dividends on Bank Stock

15,530 55 Interest on United States Funded Debt

1,659 08 Taxes

36,948 49 Total of Receipts

$94,374 06 EXPENDITURES. Salaries

$9,034 00 Debentures and Contingent Expenses of General Assembly 13,484 91 Contingent Expenses of Government

8,830 36 Judicial Expenses

23,209 11 Expenses of supporting State Pampers

2,000 00 Warden of State Prison, for Advances

2,201 98 Quarter Master General

747 50 Building Committee of State House at New-Haven

9,201 00 Registered Debt discharged for Orders paid

357 87

$ 69,063 73 Treasurer's Accounts, audited for Payments made by him, viz. Abatements on State Tax, payable 20th February, 1829 $4,478 10 Collecting Fees and Travel

1,411 65

$5,889 75

Total of Expenditures Leaving a balance in the Treasury of

$ 74,953 48 $19,420 58

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State Prison. This contains 134 convicts, of whom 24 are under 20 years of age, 78 between twenty and thirty, 14 between thirty and forty,

9 between forty and fifty, 5 between fifty and sixty, 2 between sixty and seventy, 2 over seventy. The income and expenditures of the prison for the year ending April 1st, 1829, were as follows.

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INCOME.

EXPENDITURES. From Smiths' Shop $474 39 For Provisions

$1,863 03 Coopers' Shop 6,258 88 Clothing and Bedding 495 20 Shoe Shop

3,540 62 Wages, Subsistence, Nail Shop

1.771 64 Fuel, Furnilure, &c. 3,378 78 Carpenters' Shop 1,363 72 Hospital

139 12 Taylors' Shop 15 84 Interest

16 52 Total amount of ExpendiLabor of Lumpers 49 35 tures

$5,876 13 Visitors 614 58 Gain to the Institution

3,229 41

Total amount of Income $9,105 54

$9,105 54

Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb at Hartford. The instructors at this institution are Thomas H. Gallaudet, Principal, and nine Assistants.

There have been received into the Asylum since its commencement 303 pupils, of whom 160 have left the school, and 143 were remaining in May, 1829.

The Directors state in their report, that of the 279 pupils, who have received the benefit of the Institution, 116 were born deaf, 135 lost their hearing in infancy, or childhood, by disease or accident, 28 uncertain.

These 279 pupils have come from 247 families, 47 of which have contained more than one deaf and dumb child ; 29 families have each contained two; 4 families three; 7 families four ; 4 families five ; 2 families six; and I family seven. instance, the father and two children are deaf and dumb. In another, the father is deaf and dumb, and also 4 of the chil dren. These are the only instances, that have come to the knowledge of the Directors, in which either of the parents has labored under this defect.

The expenses of the Institution for the last year were $22,979 37, and the receipts $23,041 55, leaving a balance of $62 18.

The annual charge to each pupil is $150, which includes board, lodging, washing, fuel, stationery, and tuition.

In the year 1823, the State of Connecticut appropriated $1500 for the Asylum; in 1829 the amount was extended to $2000. The present grant of Massachusetts is $6500 an

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