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Sale of Fractions under the Act of 1822

1823
Sale of Lots fraudulently drawn
Fees on Grants for Land fraudulently drawn

Lots in Macon
Fractions Sold under the Act of 1822

1823
Sale of Lots, Nos. 10 & 100
Rent of Public Property at Fort Hawkins
Fees on Grants for reverted Lots in Baldwin, Wilkinson,

and Wayne
Fees on Grants and Testimonials
Tax on Pedlars
Dividend on Bank Stock.
Vendue Tax
Premium on United States Treasury Checks
Bonds for Uiversity Lands
Fund from Fees on Grants for Lots Nos. 10 & 100.

12,564 945
1,125 48
2,466 185

12 00
29 75
216 00

64 25
1,146 72
3,433 04

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550 00

536 25
1,170 00
35,100 00
2,213 02)

80 07
1,972 80

4 00

Balance remaining in the Treasury Nov. 26, 1827

$ 181,155 38

637,303 14

$818,458 52

EXPENDITURES.
Appropriation for the Legislature
Printing Fund of 1828
Appropriation for enlarging the State House
Civil Establishment of 1828
Appropriation for the Penitentiary, 1828
Contingent Fund of 1828
Special Appropriation, 1828
Land Fund of 1825

1826
Military Fund of 1827
Poor School Fund
Land Fund
Appropriation for County Academies

Printing, 1827
Civil Establishment of 1827
Contingent Fund of 1827
Special Appropriation, 1827

1824
1822

$52,743 40

4,537 02
8,331 82
22,457 66
5,000 00
5,833 05
19,743 61
10,731 89
4,022 15
4,888 21
7,724 63

12 38
4,095 30
313 21

581 25
1,689 83
31,250 00
1,273 75
1,500 00

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Balance remaining in the Treasury Oct. 31, 1828 .

$186,929 16
631,529 36

$818,458 52

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Banks.
From Returns made in October, 1828.

BANK OF AUGUSTA.
Capital Stock
Bank Notes and Change Bills in circulation
Amount of Deposits by Individuals
Amount at the credit of the United States
Of former Dividends there remains unpaid
Amount at the credit of other Banks on open account
Reserved Fund

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BANK OF MACON.
Proportion of Capital Stock paid in
Bills in circulation
Amount due other Banks
Amount of Deposits
Amount of Dividends
Undivided profits

$50,000 00
87,972 00

104 43
2,724 05
6,000 00
2,249 08

$149,049 56 MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE BANK, Savannah. Notes in circulation

$125,845 00 Deposits

43,217 98

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$169,062 98 BANK OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA. Capital Stock

$1,500,000 00 Notes in circulation

1,119,853 00 Individual deposits

* 208,388 36 Balances between Principal Bank and Branches, and sundry State Banks

214,506 92 Sixth Circuit Court, United States

66,686 36 Dividends unclaimed

5,922 25 Surplus Fund

57,620 11 Discounts or net profits for the last six months .

70,801 36

$3,243,778 36 PLANTERS' BANK, Savannah. Notes of this Bank in circulation, of the old emission

$ 27,515 New Emission

231,695

$259,210 00 Capital paid in

821,550 Stock owned by the Bank :

172,500

649,050 00 Due to other Banks

1,673 03 Due to individual depositors

158,068 07 Dividends unclaimed

14,433 74 Profits and reserved Fund

163,273 59

$ 1,245,708 43

$396,524 44

BANK OF DARIEN.
Amount of Bills in circulation
Capital Stock paid in

$651,175 Deduct Stock redeemed by the Bank

166,725
Deposited on individual account
Dividends not yet claimed
Reserved Fund

484,450 00 14,074 64

2,083 95 19,372 53

$916,505 50

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Officers and their Salaries.

Salary. Executive. Allan Trimble, governor

$1200 JUDICIARY. Supreme Court.—Calvin Pease, Chief Justice

1200 Peter Hitchcock, Associate

1200 Joshua Collett

1200 Gustavus Swan

1200 Circuit Court.-Presiding Judges in each Circuit. Salary.

Salary. 1. George B. Holt

$1000
6. George Smith

$1000 2. Frederick Grimké 1000 7. Ebenezer Lane

1000 3. George Todd 1000 8. Thomas Irwin

1000 4. Alexander Harper

1000 9. George P. Torrence 1000 5. Jeremiah H. Halsek

1000 There are three Associate Judges in each county, who rereceive $2 a day, while the Court is in session. The Judges of both Courts are elected every seven years. The number of Associate Judges is about 200. LEGISLATURE.

36 Senators

72 Representatives } receive each $3 a day.

Land and Taxes.

The following table, constructed for the year *1828, shows the number of acres of land in each county, the state tax, county tax, road tax, township tax, and school tax, and the total amount assessed for the year.

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241,546

Adams 225,674 $ 2,354 79 $ 1,917 09 $1,137 99 $ 491 28

$5,291 15 Ashtabula 445,885 3,426 85 2,878 59 3,410 10 716 83

10,432 38 Athens 264,446 1,118 35 2,600 20 1,200 09 225 52

5,144 18 Butler 258,777 5,958 09 3,989 92

830 81

10,778 83 Belmont 281,191 3,908 32 4,543 50

1,165 15

9,616 98 Brown 251,322 3,828 75 4,441 60 1,190 79 604 20

10,064 01 Clermont 272,500 4,237 52 3,646 13

885 47

8,739 13 Champaign 224,346 2,213 08 1,924 66

205 17

4,-140 92 Cuyahoga 305,638

3,889 34 3,887 36 3,884 83 977 11 $627 08 13,265 72 Clinton 1,997 69 1,331 79 998 84 372 04

4,911 96 Coshocton 228,769 2,237 03 1,863 79

142 45 372 77 4,373 32 Columbiana 360,776

4,232 40
4,937 81 | 1,410 80 1,116 42

13,001 04 Clark

231,237
2,748 91 3,224 74

359 34

6,333 01 Crawford 42,609 344 17 975 15

43 87

1,363 19 Dark 106,415 559 11 1,118 23

1,708 40 Delaware 338,284 2,499 66 3,076 35 / 2,499 66 62 47

8,138 15 Franklin 310,150 4,033 76 3,118 70

639 73

8,027 11 Fayette 225,706 1,478 73 2,651 34

44 19

4,174 27 Fairfield 292,038 4,984 28 4,138 38

563 76

9,686 43 Green

253,238
3,532 51 3,745 56

335 00

588 88 8,201 94 Guernsey 242,132 2,223 51 2,778 22 1,447 50 346 54

9,795 78 Geauga 381,236 3,795 55 3,162 22 3,795 55 696 26

11,449 58 Gallia

170,517
1,282 15 1,845 94

89 02

3,515 77 Hamilton 231,489 17,284 77 17,285 77

6,350 63 2,881 04 43,802 27 Highland 315,705

2,809 08
3,317 56

279 78

6,406 37 Harrison 226,813

2,516 28
3,789 43 2,526 28 314 77

9,156 78 Huron

505,113
4,009 64
4,678 07 6,682 79

561 62

15,932 14 Hocking 82,560 515 75 1,203 36

7,09

1,746 18 Holmes 139,432 1,216 93 1,236 88 1,204 54

2 38

3,661 48 Jefferson 224,876 4,399 62 3,667 62

979 00

9,046 14 Jackson 45,070 429 45 1,073 64

1,548 69

1,525 89 Knox

291,544
3,252 20 3,252 20 1,083 39 172 58

7,760 38 Licking 334,212 5,294 64 4,411 52 1,765 08 374 99

11,846 25 Lorain

1,410 86
4,019 99 2,410 86 68 47

9,303 98 Lawrence 56,966 578 45 4,350 16

96 84 2,025 46 Logan 341,465 2,048 29 4,947 45 171 20 20 38

7,187 32 Montgom’ry 259,896 5,242 20 5,242 20

528 12

11,011 93 Miami 2,391 74 1,648 53

291 72

399 03 4,731 04 Madison 295,505

1,364 55 2,292 00 G

4,350 41 Muskingum

329,917
5,797 61 4,831 34
1,932 53 1,130 79

13,692 29 Monroe

77,606

675 01
1,800 03

295 16

2,770 21 Medina

2,405 21
2,807 07
2,404 39 260 57

7,877 26 Marion 103,143 746 78 2,116 50 746 78 11 92

3,622 00 Meigs 223,988 1,044 29 1,742 58 698 27 477 01

176 94

4,139 12 Morgan 144,612 1,031 81 1,737 30 514 02 69 33

173 15 3,524 53 Mercer 9,524 80 50 194 99

13 52 329 16 Preble 236,114 2,460 61 1,237 42

605 60

410 44 4,714 00 Pickaway 4,718 14 3,902 32

1,123 89

10,079 78 Perry 156,933 1,790 99 2,686 48

456 80

4,933 29 Portage 5,334 91 6,231 46 1,751 88 662 09

14,010 05 Pike

99,054
1,389 07 1,389 07

18 58

2,994 82 Ross 1 324,095 7,636 18 1,363 47

723 27

15,479 46 Richland 342,903

2,975 97 2,975 97 2,975 95 235 86 1,983 98 11,147 78 Seneca

49,599

383 30 638 84 383 30 4 25 63 88 1,473 58 Sandusky 488 00 1,382 84

19 75

1,890 59 Stark

387,010
4,790 43 4,003 61 1,529 21 407 84

10,731 71 Shelby 433 03 613 77

73 55 1,139 42 Scioto 101,167 2,116 66 2,470 25

101 44

4,688 36 Tuscarawas 230,998 2,674 18 2,755 20 1,714 48 831 31

7,975 19 Trumbull 554,635 4,655 99 3,881 53 | 1,552 61 634 46

10,774 59 Union 239,433 1,429 09 2,153 68 1,420 51 96 08

5,099 36 Warren

240,057 5,479 87 3,653 25 1,826 62 1,656 13 913 36 13,761 89 Washington 276,629 1,798 89 2,101 53 1,489 92 1,021 92

6,412 27 Wood

14,752 288 75 581 46 283 75 403 38 47 32 1,599 72
331,727
3,507 14 4,090 48 3,370 98 179 37

11,147 97

367,831

197,950

297,597

307,650

471,982

47,582

64,945

Wayne

Total 115,733,510 187,906 69 199,455 30 61,315 83 33,910 08 8,821 85 498,481 51 The footings of the columns in the table are not precisely accurate, because the fraa tions of cents are omitted in the items, though retained in the aggregates.

The 15,733,510 acres of land, as shown in the table, are valued at $41,344,520.

There are also town lots with their buildings valued at $8,771,693.

In the State are 151,042 horses, valued at $5,644,300;also 308,947 cattle, valued at $3,003,558;-—and 160 carriages, valued at $24,218.-Merchants' capital in the State, $3,492,765.

MISSOURI.

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Officers and their Salaries. EXECUTIVE. John Miller, governor; salary $1500. Term of office expires on the 3d Monday of November, 1832. JUDICIARY.

Salary. Supreme Court.-Mathias M'Girke, Judge $1100 George Thompkins

1100 Robert Wash

1100 Circuit Court.—David Todd,

Judge 1000 N. B. Tucker

1000 William C. Carr

1000 John D. Cook

1000 LEGISLATURE. Pay of the members of the General Assembly, $3 a day.

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Receipts and Expenditures. RECEIPTS for 1827.

$49,558 for 1828

59,570

$109,128 Average for two years EXPENDITUREs for 1827

$27,116 for 1828

33,679

$54,564

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$60,795 Average Expenditure for two years Average annual Balance

$30,397
$24,167

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