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Office.

Registers.

Receiv's of Public Moneys. Jeffersonville, Indiana, William Lewis,

William H. Hurst. Vincennes, do. John Badollet,

John D. Wolverton. Indianopolis, do. Arthur St. Clair, James P. Drake. Crawfordsville, do. Samuel Milroy,

Israel T. Canby. Fort Wayne, do. Robert Brackenridge, Jonathan McCarty. Kaskaskia, Illinois, Shadrach Bond, Edward Humphreys. Shawneetown, do. James C. Sloo, John Caldwell. Edwardsville, do. William P. McKee, Benjamin F. Edwards. Vandalia, do. Charles Prentice, William L. D. Ewing. Palestine, do. Joseph Kitchell, Guy W. Smith. Springfield, do. Williarn L. May,

John Taylor. Detroit, Mich. Ter. John Biddle,

Jonathan Kearsley.
Monroe, do. Robert Clark,

Charles J. Lanman.
St. Louis, Missouri, William Christy, Bernard Pratte.
Franklin, do. Hampton L. Boon, Uriel Sebree.
Cape Girardeau, do. George Bullit,

John Hays.
Lexington, do. Jonathan S. Findlay, Andrew S. McGirk.
Palmyra, do. William Carson,

Henry Lane. Batesville, Ark. Ter. Hartwell Boswell, John Redman. Little Rock, do. Bernard Smith, Benjamin Desha. Ouachita, Louisiana, John Hughes, Henry Bry. Opelousas, do. Valentine King, Benj'n Robert Rogers. New Orleans,

do.

Hilary B. Cenas; William L. Robeson. St. Helena, C. H. Thomas P. Davidson, Alexander Gordon. Washington, Mississippi, B. L. C. Wailes, James Duncan. Augusta, do. William Howze,

George B. Dameron. Mount Salus, do. Gideon Fitz,

James C. Dickson. St. Stephens, Alabama, John B. Hazard, Jobn Henry Owen. Huntsville, do, Benjamin S. Pope, Samuel Cruse. Tuscaloosa.

John H. Vincent, William G. Parrish. Cahawba, do. Gurdon Saltonstall, Uriah G. Mitchell. Sparta,

do. Wade H. Greening, John $. Hunter. Tallahassee, Flor. Ter. George W. Ward, Richard K. Call. St. Augustine, do. Charles Downing, William H. Allen.

do.

XV. BANK OF THE UNITED STATES. The charter of the Bank of the United States was granted on the 10th of April, 1816; and it will expire on the 3d of March, 1836. T'he original capital amounted to $35,100,000; and the government became a stockholder of $7,000,000, or one fifth of the whole stock.

Nicholas BIDDLE of Philadelphia, President.
William McILVAINE, do.

Cashier. The bank is in Philadelphia ; and besides the principal bank, there were in January, 1830, 22 offices of discount ; namely, at Portland, Portsmouth, Boga ton, Providence, Hartford, New York, Buffalo, Pittsburg, Baltimore, Washington, Richmond, Norfolk, Fayetteville, Charleston, Savannah, Mobile, New Orleans, Nashville, Lexington, Louisville, Cincinnati, and St. Louis.

State of the Bank, April 1, 1830. Notes discounted, $32,138,270 89. Specie,

$9,043,748 97. Domestic bills discounted, 10,506,882 54. Public deposits,

8,905,501 87. Funded debt held by the Bank, 11, 122,530 90. Private deposits,

7,704,256 87. Real estate, 2,891,890 75. Circulation,

16,083,894 00. Funds in Europe, equal to specie 2,789,498 54.

XVI. PUBLIC DEBT.

A TABLE showing the amount of the Public Debt of the United States,

at several periods, from 1791 to 1830, reckoned on the 1st of January of the different years. [Partly from Niles's Register.]

In 1791 $75,169,9743

There was some increase of the Debt in each of these six 1796 81,642,272

years, except 1794, in which there was a reduction of it.
1799
77,399,909

The Debt was increased in consequence of the military 1801 82,000,167 preparations against France, before the year 1801, when Mr. 1803 74,731,922

Jefferson's administration commenced.
1804
85,353,643

The Debt was increased by the purchase of Louisiana, in 1809 | 56,732,379

1803, for the sum of $15,000,000. Mr. Jefferson's adminis

tration ended March 30, 1809. 1810 53,156,5323 The Debt was at its lowest amount in 1812, in Mr. Madi1812 45,035,123 S son's adıninistration, and before the war. 1813 55,907,452). The Debt greatly augmented by the war :-highest amount 1816 123,016 3753 in 1816. 1817 115,807,8052. Mr. Monroe's administration. Rapid reduction of the 1820

Debt since 1816, the receipts from the customs, &c. being 91,015,566

large. 1821 89,997,427 1822 93,546,676 The Debt increased in consequence of the purchase of 1823 90,375,877

Florida, in 1821, for the sum of $5,000,000; and a diminution

in the receipts from the customs &c. in the years 1820, 1821, 1824 90,269,777

&c. Mr. Monroe's administration ended in 1825.
1825 83,788,432
1826 31,054,059
1827

Mr. Adams's administration commenced on the 4th of
73,987,357
1829

March, 1825, and ended on the 3d of March, 1829.
67,475,622
1829

58,362,135 1830 49,565,405

General Andrew Jackson's administration began on the 4th of March, 1829.

LEAD Produced at the United States Lead Mines, annually, from 1823 to the

30th of September, 1829.

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RATES OF POSTAGE.
For Single Letters, composed of One Piece of paper.

Any distance, not exceeding 30 miles, 6 cents.
Over 30, and not exceeding 80 10
Over 80, and not exceeding 150
Over 150, and not exceeding 400
Over 400 miles

25
Double Letters, or those composed of two pieces of paper, are charged
with double the above rates.

Triple Letters, or those composed of three pieces of paper, are charged with triple the above rates.

Quadruple Letters, or those composed of four pieces of paper, are charged with quadruple the above rates.

All Letters, weighing one ounce avoirdupois, or more, are charged at the rate of single postage for each quarter of an ounce, or quadruple postage for each ounce, according to their weight; and no letter can be charged with more than quadruple postage, unless its weight exceeds one ounce avvirdupois.

The postage on Ship Letters, if delivered at the office where the vessel arrives, is six cents; if conveyed by post, two cents in addition to the oidinary postage.

Newspaper Postage.
For each Newspaper, not carried out of the state in which it is published,
or if carried out of the state, but not carried over 100 miles, I cent.
Over 100 miles, and out of the state in which it is published, 10 cents.

Magazines and Pamphlets.
If published periodically, dist. not exceeding 100 miles, 1} cents p.

sheet. Ditto do.

distance over

100 23
If not pub. periodically, dist. not exceeding 100
Ditto do.

distance over

100 6 Small Pamphlets, containing not more than a half sheet royal, are charged with half the above rates. Eight pages quarto are rated as one sheet, and all other sizes in the same proportion.

The number of sheets in a pamphlet sent by mail must be printed or written on one of the outer pages. When the number of sheets is not truly stated, double postage is charged.

Every thing not coming under the denomination of newspapers or pamphlets, is charged with letter postage.

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XVIII. RECEIPTS OF THE UNITED STATES,

As stated in a Letter from the Secrectary of the Treasury to the

Customs.

Internal Reve

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Direct Taxes.

Postage.

YEARS. From March 4,

1789, to Dec. 31, 1791

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1794 66

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1798 66

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$ 11,020 51

29,478 49 22,400 00 72,909 84 64,500 00 39,500 00 41,000 00 78,000 00 79,500 00 35,000 00 16,427 26 26,500 00 21,342 50 41,117 67 3,514 73

66 1810

$4,399,473 09

3,443,070 85 4,255,306 56 4,801,065 28 5,588,461 26 6,567,987 94 7,549,649 65 7,106,061 93 6,610,449 31 9,080,932 73 10,750,778 93 12,438,235 74 10,479,417 61 11,098,565 33 12,936,487 04 14,667,698 17 15,845,521 61 16,363,550 58 7,296,020 58 8,593,309 31 13,313,222 73

8,958,777 53 13,224,623 25 5,993,772 08 7,282,942 22 36,306,874 88 26,283,348 49 17,176,385 00 20,283,608 76 15,005,612 15 13,004,447 15 17,589,761 94 19,088,433 44 17,878,325 71 20,098,713 45 23,341,331 77 19,712,283 29 23,205,523 64 22,681,965 91

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50,941 29
21,747 15
20,101 45
13,051 40
8,210 73
4,044 39
7,430 63
2,295 96
4,903 06

4,756 04
1,662,984 82
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955,279 20
229,593 63
106,260 53
69,027 63
67,665 71
34,242 17
34,663 37
25,771 35
21,589 93
19,835 68
17,451 54
14,404 74

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206,565 44
71,879 20
50,198 44
21,883 91
55,763 86
34,732 56
19,159 21

7,517 31
12,448 68
7,666 66

859 22

3,805 52 2,219,497 36 2,162,673 41 4,253,635 09 1,834,187 04 264,333 36 83,65078 31,536 82 29,349 05 20,961 56 10,337 71

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Loans and Treas

Dividends and Public Lands.

sales of Bank ury Notes, &c.

Miscellaneous. Total. Stock and Bonds. $5,791,112 56

$ 19,440 10 $10,210,025 75 5,070,806 46 $ 8,028 00 9,918 65

8,740,766 77 1,067,701 14 38,500 00

10,390 37 5,720,624 28 4,609,196 78 303,472 00

23,799 48 10,041,101 65 3,305,268 20 160,000 00 5,917 97 9,419,80279 4,836 13

362,800 00 1,240,000 00 16,506 14 8,740,329 65 83,540 60

70,135 41 385,220 00 30,379 29 8,758,916 40 11,963 11 308,574 27 79,920 00

18,692 81

8,209,070 07 5,074,646 53 71,040 00 45,197 56 12,621,459 84 443 75 1,602,435 04 71,040 00

74,712 10

12,451,184 14 167,726 06 10,125 CO

88,800 00 266,149 15 12,945,455 95 189,628 02

5,597 36

1,327,560 00 177,905 86 15,001,391 31 165,675 69

115,518 18 11,064,097 63 487,526 79 9,832 64

112,575 53

11,835,840 02 540,193 80 128,814 94

19,039 80 765,245 73

13,689,508 14 48,897 71

10,004 19 15,608,82378 466,163 27

34,935 69 16,398,019 26 647,939 06 1,822 16

21,802 35 17,062,544 09 442,252 33

23,638 51 696,548 82

7,773,473 12 2,759,992 25

84,476 84 12,144,206 53 1,040,237 53 8,309 05

60,068 52 14,431,838 14 710,427 78 12,837,900 00

41,125 47 22,639,032 76 835,685 14 26,184,435 00

236,571 00 40,524,844 95 1,135,971 09 23,377,911 79

119,399 81 34,559,536 95 1,287,959 28 35,264,320 78

150,282 74 50,961,237 60 1,717,985 03 9,494,436 16

123,994 61 57,171,421 82 1,991,228 06 734,542 59 202,426 30 80,389 17

33,833,592 33 2,606,664 77 8,765 62 525,000 00 37,547 71

21,593,936 66 3,274,422 78

2,291 00

675,000 00 57,027 10 24,605,665 37 1,635,871 61 3,040,824 13 1,000,000 00 54,872 49 20,881,493 68 1,212,966 46 5,000,324 00 105,000 00 152,072 52

19,573,703 72 1,803,591 54

297,500 00 452,355 15 20,232,427 94 916,523 10

350,000 00

141,019 15 20,540,666 26 984,418 15 5,000,000 00 350,000 00

127,603 60 24,381,212 79 1,216,090 56 5,000,000 00 367,500 60 129,982 25 26,840,859 02 1,393,785 09

402,500 00 94,288 52 25,260,434 21 1,495,845 26

420,000 00 1,315,621 83 22,966 363 96 1,019,308 75

455,000 00

65,106 34

24,763,629 23 1,457,004 66

490,000 00 112,425 62 24,767,122 22 32,403,527 80 156,181,679 57 9,413,506 30 4,672,744 17

758,965,664 78

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