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Of this sum, there was short provided, consisting of unclaimed dividends not applied for by the proprietors,

110,616 97

12.013,469 00

12,101,864 78

That, during the year 1826, the following disbursements were made by the treasury, on account of the principal and interest of the public debt, viz :

On account of the interest of the debt,

the redemption of the 6 per cent. stock of 1813,

the redemption of 7 per cent. stock,

In payment of treasury notes,

Mississippi certificates,

certain parts of domestic debt,

Making together,

3,971,842 95 7,070,730 91

25 00

2,389 58

450 00

27 86

$11,045,466 30

Which disbursements were made from the appropriation of ten millions of dollars for the year 1826, and from the unexpended balance of the appropriations at the commencement of that year, and will be accounted for in the next annual report, in conformity to the accounts which shall then have been rendered to this department. In the mean time, the manner in which the said sum has been applied, is estimated as follows:

There is estimated to have been applied to the deficiency, at the end

of the year 1825,

In the redemption of the principal of the public debt,
And on account of the interest of the debt, viz:
The interest for the year 1826, is estimated at
Of this sum there is estimated to have been shout
provided,

110,616 97 7,073,623 35

3,940,361 55

79,135 57

3,861,225 98

$11,045,466 30

FINANCES OF MEXICO.

Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, to the Mexican Congress. The progressive increase of the revenue for the last four years, exclusive of the foreign loans, appears as follows, viz:

For 1823, $5,409,722-1824, 8,452,828-1825, 13,164,644—1826, 14,159,349. From September 1, 1825 to June 30, 1826, (10 inonths,) the receipts amounted to 13,848,257 dollars, including the foreign loan, 2,458,559 dollars. The customs in the ports yielded 6,414,383; tobacco, 1,316,127 dollars; the states contributed 1,368,452 dollars; the duties of Averia, 529,850 dollars. The expenditures, during the same period, amounted to 12,189,725 dollars, leaving a balance in the treasury, on the 30th June, 1826, of 1,658,532 dollars. The expenditures of the war department were 6,955,078 dollars, and the navy cost 900,253 dollars. Of the treasury department, 3,673,043 dollars, which includes a remittance in March last to England, of 283,800 dollars, for the payment of the dividends on the loans. Since the last of June, 800.000 dollars have been remitted for the same purpose. For the year ending June 30, 1828, the net revenue was And the expenditures of department of state, Department of justice, and ecclesiastical affairs,

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From Septen ber, of 1825, to June, 1826, (10 months), the coinage of the republic, in the five mints of Mexico, Guanajuato, Tacatecas, Guadalajara, and Durango, 7,463,300 dollars.

The entire coinage of Mexico, from the year 1733, when the mint of the capital, (which, from 1535, to 1732, was in charge of private individuals, who left no records), was conducted on account of the government, to June 30, 1826, amounts to one thousand four hundred and thirty-five millions, six hundred and fifty-eight thousand six hundred and eleven dollars.

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The difference in favour of the republic, in the present year, compared with the preceding, amounts to the sum of $6,991,889, 3 reals. Demonstrated thus:

Estimate for 1826,

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$15,487,719 3

8,495,822 04

$6,991,897 3

BRITISH REVENUE.

Abstract of the net produce of the revenue of Great Britain, in the years and quarters ended 10th October, 1825 and 1826, showing the increase or decrease on each head thereof:

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*In the event of its being necessary to equip and arm all the vessels of war belonging to the republie, the estimate for the marine department will be increased to 2,260,422 dollars, 6 reals.

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FRENCH FINANCES.

Comparative statement of the produce of the revenue, for the first nine months of 1826, with the produce of the revenue realized during the same nine months for 1825. At the same time, it appears from another table, that the estimates for 1826 were made out from the receipts of the revenue in 1824, and the increase during the present year, compared with 1824, is

From direct taxes,

Woods and

Sale of wood,

23,578,000f.
1825.
22,690,000

4,032,000

1826.

25,950,000

4,466,000

Stamp duties,

132,909,000

128,753,000

Revenue and sale of domains,

1,837,000

2,344,300

Customs, navigation dues, &c.

78,359,000

70,828,000

Indirect Levied at the pans

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4,585,000

4,791,000

On liquors,

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Various indirect taxes, stage coaches,

&c.

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Sale of tobacco,

49,686,000

49,758,000

Sale of powder,

2,966,000

2,877,000

Post office, 5 per cent. on sending

money,

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Mails and packets,

1,212,000

1,253,000

Lottery,

8,355,000

12,697,000

Miscellaneous,

4,877,000

3,551,000

f.453,929,300
$90,300,000

The amount of the debt of France, constituting the capital of the rentes, as they are called, or inscriptions on the great book, is, we believe, about four hundred millions of dollars.

f.470,484,000

or $94,100,000

SUMMARY STATEMENT

Of the Exports of the Growth, Produce, and Manufacture of the United States, during the year ending September 30th, 1826,

Produce of the fisheries,

Furs, skins, ginseng, oak bark, naval stores, pot and pearl ashes,

Lumber, staves, and shingles,

Beef, tallow, hides, butter and cheese, pork, and live animals,
Vegetable food and grain, &c.

Tobacco,

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Total $53,055,710

5,135,108

11,276,536

8,127,968

Total $24,539,612

Exports of Foreign Growth, Produce, or Manufactures, during the same year.

Merchandise free of duty,

do paying duty ad valorem,

do

paying specific duty,

ABSTRACT of the Tonnage of the Shipping of the several Districts of the United States, on the last day of December, 1825.

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Total ton

DISTRICTS.

Jonnage.

nage of each dis

tonnage

trict.

tonnage.

trict.

Pons and 95ths

Tons and 95ths

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8,192 76 Wilmington, Del.

1,693 89 11,077 061 12,761 00

Machin's

578 32

3,376 05

4,524 37 Baltimore, Md.

58,853 84

33,196 38 92,050 27

Frenchman's Bay

3,300 62

7,399 35

10,700 02 Oxford

16,907 14

16,907 14

Penobscot

4.121 91 16,073 03

20,194 94 Vienna

427 56

22,417 83

22,845 44

Belfast

2.58 46

6,943 51

9,542 02 Snowhill

217 88

7,035 47

7,233 40

Waldoborough

2,887 30 19,275 75

22,163 10 Annapolis

3,480 16

3,480 16

Wiscasset

2,569 24

8,995 26

11,564 50 St Mary's

4,174 11

4,174 11

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16,898 13
32,246 84
2,308 66
7,725 81

10,473 92

27,372 10 Georgetown, D. C.

1,569 80

3,794 69

5,364 54

13,716 38

45,963 27 Alexandria

4,873 27

9,001 84

13,875 16

2,490 11

4.798 77 Norfolk, Va.

5,538 82

15,872 37

21,411 24

955 17

8,681 03 Petersburg

783 52

4,457 46

5,241 09

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1,093 21 Richmond

2,698 09

5,604 60

8,302 69

Portsmouth, NH.

18,184 44

6,066 24

24,250 68 Yorktown

-2,515 43

2,515 43

Newburyport, Mass.

8,309 02

12,048 54

20,357 56 East River

296 49

2,990 10

3,289 59

Ipswich

69 60

1,276 04

1,345 64 Tappahannock

1,194 65 10,108 36

11,303 06

Gloucester

3,389 76

9.751 17

13,140 93 Folly Landing

58 13

3,325 54

3,383 67

Salem

30,154 90

11,266 27 41.421 22

Cherry Stone

2,094 00

2,094 00

Marblehead

2,565 35

Boston

103,741 27

Plymouth

Dighton

New-Bedford

Barnstable

9,325 64
458 25 3,370 30
24,024 10 12,123 0
883 05 20,369 78

8,465 08 11,030 43 Wilmington, N. C.
49,127 51152,868 78 Newbern
13,532 47 22,858 16 Washington

8,246 64

1,225 56

9,472 25

3 822 73

2,674 38

6,497 16

1,461 61

2.879 32

4,340 93

3,828 55 Edenton

1,301 41

6,580 34

7,881 75

36,147 18 Canden

4,833 40

4,572 19

7,405 68

21 252 83 Beaufort

48 77

1,163 84

1,212 66

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2 434 04 Plymouth

156 89

654 42

Nantucket

20,585 65

5,170 86

25,756 56Ocracoke

169 31

Providence, R. I.

16,349 94

4,366 34

20,716 33 Charleston, S. C.

10,712 07

1,249 16 16,343 84

811 36 1,418 47

27,055 91

Bristol

6,500 89

1,882 64

8,383 58 Georgetown

Newport

6,440 64

3,458 11

9.898 75 Beaufort

Middletown, Ct.

6,424 34

10,173 41

16,597 75 Savannah, Geo.

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200 48 7,454 76

New-London

2,947-25

7,701 88

11,549 18 Sunbury

69 36

69 36

New-Haven

$5,077 78

7,259 11

12,336 89 Hardwick

Fairfield

275 40

8,865 88

9,141 33 Brunswick

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Vermont

St. Mary's

512 23

756 80

1,269 08

Champlain, NY.

1,048 30

Sackett's Harbour

Oswego

347 07 1,003 11
73 60
752 73

1,048 30 Miami, Ohio
1,350 18 Cuyahoga

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826 38 Sandusky

62 81

Niagara

Detroit, Mich.

81 65 371 37

144 51

371 37

Genessee

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Oswegatchee

Buffalo Creek

1,085 07

Sag Harbour

2,214 54 4,275 84

1,655 04 Michilimackinack
Mobile, Ala.
1,085 07 Blakely
6,490 43 Pearl River

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New-York

156,728 14 147,756 08304,484 22 New-Orleans

Cape Vincent

Bridgetown
Burlington

Teche

Perth Amboy, N. J.

1,045 21 10,648 73
333 65 15,705 04
2,022 25

11,693 94 Pensacola

16,038 69| |St. Augustine

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2,022 25 St. Marks

Little Egg Harbour

3,356 81

3,356 81 Key West

Great Egg Harbour

7,291 24

7,291 24

Philadelphia, Penn.

65,429 50

8,378 00

73,807 56

Total, 700,787 08722,323 69 1,423,111 77

Presque Isle

160 04

195 93

356 02

STATISTICAL VIEW of the COMMERCE of the UNITED STATES, exhibiting the value of Imports from, and the value of Exports to, each Foreign Country; also, the Tonnage of American and Foreign vessels, arriving from and departing to each Foreign the 30th day of September, 1826. Country, and the Tonnage belonging to each Foreign Power, employed in the Commerce of the United States, during the year ending on

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