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TIE NEW ARMORY, OR DOWN-TOWN ARSENAL.

This edifice is situated on the corner of Wlite and Elm streets. It is one hundred and thirty-one feet on White street, and eighty-four feet on Elm street. It is built of blue stone, only two stories high, the first being thirteen feet, and the second thirty feet high. The windows are very narrow, being only eighteen inches wide, so that, in case of an assault by a mob outside, the building could be defended with success by fifty men. The first floor is used as a gun-room and meeting-room, the second as a drill-room, and a rendezvous in case of a riot. The style is Gothic, and on the three corners of the building are situated towers ; there are five doors on White street, and one on Elm, which are made of boiler iron. It is built on piles driven into the ground. This building is used as a receptacle for a portion of the artillery of the first division of the New York State Militia. It is a very handsome building, and is constructed on the very best plan for defense. On the centre of the roof is erected a large flag-staff, by which communication from this building and the arsenal uptown may be carried on by signal telegraph.

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NEW YORK CITIZEN SOLDIERY.

FIRST DIVISION NEW YORK STATE MILITIA.
CHARLES W. SANDFORD, Major-General Commanding.

FIRST BRIGADE.
Commanded by Brigadier-General Chas. B. SPICER.

Men. First Regiment Cavalry, Major R. S. Holt......

255 Third Regiment Cavalry, Colonel S. B. Postley........... .......... 510 Seventy-first Regiment, Light Infantry, Colonel Henry P. Martin.... 566 Seventy-third Regiment, Infantry (Staten Island), Colonel Ray Tompkins.....

SECOND BRIGADE. Commanded by Brigadier-General Chas. YATES. Fourth Regiment, Light Artillery, Colonel Edward Hincken....... Fifth Regiment Infantry, Colonel Louis Burger.................... *Sixth Regiment, Infantry, Major Rathbun.... *Twelfth Regiment, Light Infantry, Colonel W. G. Ward............

THIRD BRIGADE. Commanded by Brigadier-General Wm. Hall. Seventh Regiment, Light Infantry, Colonel Marshall Lefferts........ 981 Eighth Regiment, Infantry, Colonel Joshua M. Varian....... 469 *Fifty-fifth Regiment, “. Colonel *Ninth Regiment,

Colonel Van Buren............ 180 Thirty-seventh Regiment, Infantry, Colonel Chas. Roome..........

FOURTH BRIGADE. Commanded by Brigadier-General John EwEN. Eleventh Regiment, Rifles, Colonel Joachim Maidhof................ *Sixty-ninth Regiment, Light Infantry, Colonel Corcoran........... . 549 *Seventy-ninth Regiment, Infantry, Colonel McLeay .............. 221 Twenty-second Regiment, Infantry, Colonel Jas. Monroe...........

RECAPITULATION. General Officers......

............. 5 General Staff.

34 Infantry...........

........ 4,909 Cavalry...............

........................... 765 Artillery ............ Rifles...

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Total...........

......6,717

The above statement is taken from the returns of the last inspection. * These Regiments have organized for the service of the Government during the war, with new officers. The Militia organizations remain with their numerical de. signation.

FINANCIAL TABLES.

Appropriations and Expenditures for and during the year 1861,

FOR THE CITY OF NEW YORK.

No portion of the sums of money heretofore appropriated by the Common Council, or which may hereafter be appropriated by them, for any specified objects or purposes, whether said moneys were raised, or to be hereafter raised, by taxation, or received from other sources, shall be expended for or applied to any other objects or purposes than those specifically named and provided for in such appropriations.--Tlix Law of 1861, Sec. 5.

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Council ...................

.......... $20,000 00 $20,000 00/ $19,796 39 City Contingencies.......... $22,790 34 30,000 00 52,790 34 47,413 27 City Dispensaries.....

5,000 00 5,000 00 5,000 00 Donations. ........

204 96 53,650 00 53,854 96 52,959 71 Election expenses.......... 5,386 42 45,000 00 50,386 42 28,393 49 Japanese Embassy - enter

tainment of ....... 82,822 73 ......... 82,822 73 70,869 11 Printing and advertising for the Common Council...... 22,203 95

22,203 95 22,203 95 Printing for the Common Council ..........

........ 75,000 00 75,000 00 74,338 23 Printing, Stationery, &c.,

1859 (for E. Jones & Co.). .......... 76,000 00 76,000 00 ....... Salaries--Legislative Department..

2,867 63 74,550 CO 77,417 63 72,372 27 Society for Reformation of Juvenile Delinquents...... ......... 8,000 00 8,000 00 4,000 00

THE MAYORALTY. Contingencies - Mayor's Office ...

.. 4,914 34 12,000 00 16,914 34 16,913 04 Salaries-Mayor's Office....!...

..! 13,000 001 13,000 00 13,000 00 THE DEPARTMENT OP

FINANCE. Charges on Arrears of Taxes 2,578 13 1,000 00 3,578 13 3,578 13 Charges on Arrears of As

sessments................ Contingencies -- Comptroller's Office .....

9,918 50 12,500 00 22,418 50 11,009 28 Deficiencies in Taxes....... 35,000 00 160,000 00 195,000 00 195,000 00 Errors and Delinquencies... 7,118 43 1,000 00 8,118 43 1,401 20 Fire Department-Lot and

House for Engine Company
No. 20.........

4,500 001......... 4,500 oc ........

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THE DEPARTMENT OF FI

NANCE-Continued. Judgments..............

$60.662 00 .......... $60,06

$60,662 00 $16,771 00 Old Claims...

56,302 49 $98,400 00 154,702 48 140,108 21 Lands Purchased for Taxes

and Assessments........ 34,117 11 50,000 00 84,117 11 84,117 11 Opening New Streets-Expenses of...

70,000 00 70,000 00 59,952 12 Real Estate Expenses.. 51,241 81 80,000 00 131,241 81 107,938 48 Real Estate - Purchases of..

5.450 000 75.000 00 80.450 00 61.925 00 Rents..

3,869 83 57,000 00 60,869 83 54,680 94 Salaries - Department of Finance..................

3,128 88 99,748 00 102,876 88 92,766 18 Salaries....

964 21

964 21 709 81 INTEREST ON, AND INSTALLMENTS OF PRINCIPAL OF,

THE CITY DEBT.
Interest on Assessment Binds 8,000 00

V ........
Interest on Revenue Bonds.. 435 02 235,000 00 235,435 02 117,080 67
Interest on Central P'rk Fund

Stock of 1887............ 710 59 183,965 00 184,675 59 183,964 24 Interest on Central P'rk Fund

Stock of 1898 ........ 535 00 36,465 00 37,000 00 36,465 00 Interest on Central Park Im

provement Fund Stock of 1876.....

1,851 59 80,000 00 81,851 59 49,009 42 Interest on Central Park Im

provement Fund Stock of 1887............,

18,294 82 125,000 00 143,294 82 124,992 00 Interest on Central Park Awards.....

2,295 06

2,295 06 Interest on Public Building Stock No. 3.....

15,000 00 15,000 00 15,000 00 Interest on Public Education Stock of 1873.......

7,700 00 7,700 00 7,700 00 Interest on New York City Stock for Docks and Slips

25,000 00 25,000 00! 25,000 00 Interest on Public Stock for

Rebuilding Tompkins Market......................

88 03 9,050 00 9,138 03 9,095 00 Interest on Floating Debt

Fund Stock of 1878....... 29,961 29 180,000 00 209,961 29 161,037 73 Public Building Stock No. 3....

50,000 00 50,000 00 50,000 00 Public Stock for Rebuilding Tompkins Market...

17,000 00 17,000 00 17,000 00 Public Education Stock of 1873...............

4,657 36 4,657 36 4,657 36 ..... . THE STREET DEPARTMENT. Battery Enlargement........ 19,718 42.......... 19,718 42........

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