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APPENDIX N N.

Decrease in the national debt from its highest point, August 31, 1865, to December 1, 1895.

Debt on
Debt bearing which inter Debt bearing
interest.

est has no interest.
coased.

Total.

Decreaso.

Increase.

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Aug. 31–

1865. July 1

1866. 1867. 1868... 1869,

Dollars. Dollars. Dollars. Dollars.
2, 381, 530, 294.96 1,503, 020.09,461, 616, 311.51 2, 844, 619, 626.56
2, 332, 331, 207. 60 935, 092. 05 429, 187, 734. 04 2,762, 454, 033. 69
2, 248, 067. 387. 66 1, 810, 615.01 409, 450, 321.20 2, 659, 358, 323.87
2, 202, 088, 727.69 1, 197, 340. 89 390, 723, 142. 61 2,594, 009, 211. 19
2, 162, 000, 522. 39 5, 260, 181.00,390, 641,870,55 2,557, 902, 573. 94

82, 195, 592. 87 103,095, 709. 82 65, 349, 112.68 36, 046, 637.25

286, 687, 052.62

1870.... 2, 046, 455, 722. 39 3,708, 641.00 395, 960, 944. 42 2, 446, 125, 307.81 1871.. 1,934, 696, 750.00 1,918, 902. 26 396, 679, 380.06 2, 333, 325, 032. 32 1872.. 1, 814, 794, 100.00 7,926, 797. 26 398, 444, 131.52 2, 221, 165, 028.78 1873...... 1,710, 183. 950.00 51, 929, 710.20,400, 879, 332.94 2, 163, 292, 993. 20

111, 837, 266. 13
112, 800, 275. 49
112, 160, 003.54
57, 872, 035.58

394, 669,580.74

6.812, 375. 23

1874. 1875.. 1876. 1877..

1,738, 930, 750.00 3, 216, 590.26 427,958, 028. 172, 170, 105, 368.43
1, 722, 676,300.00 11, 425, 820. 26 417, 971, 111. 69 2, 152, 073, 231.95

1, 710, 685, 450.00 3,902, 420, 26 404, 285, 796. 89 2, 118, 873, 667. 15
1,711, 888,500.00 10, 648, 860.26 380, 231, 431. 84 2, 108, 768, 792. 10

18, 032, 136. 48
33, 199, 564.80
10, 104, 875.05

a 54, 524, 201. 10

1878.. 1879. 1880. 1881.

54, 852, 500.43 33, 623, 129.51

1,794, 735, 650.00 5,594, 560.26 363, 291, 082.27 2, 163, 621, 292.53
1, 797, 613, 700.00 37, 015, 630, 26 362, 585, 091. 78 2, 197, 244, 422. 04.
1,723, 993, 160.00 7,621, 455. 26 353, 956, 945. 372, 085, 571, 500. 63
1, 639, 567, 750.00, 6, 723, 865.26 353, 847, 504. 32 2, 000, 139, 119.58

111, 672, 921. 41
85, 432, 381.05

108, 629, 672.52

1882 1, 463, 810, 400.00 16, 260, 805. 26 353, 787, 958.371, 833, 859, 164.03 1883. 1, 338, 229, 150.00 7,831, 415. 26 353, 740, 691.811, 699, 801, 257.07 1884. 1, 226, 563, 830.00 19, 656, 205. 26 353, 719, 517.311, 599, 939, 572, 57 1885......1. 196, 150, 950.004, 100, 995. 26 353, 703, 141. 88 1,553, 955, 087. 14

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APPENDIX 0 0.

1

Seven Slates in the territory largely using gold as currency, and where a large majority of

obligations are made payable in gold.

Seven States.

Loans and
discounts.

Specie.

Capital
stock.

Currency. | Deposits.

California.
Colorado
Idaho
Montana
Nevada
Oregon...
Washington

$9, 839, 995 $2,552, 622 $5, 025, 000 $1, 407, 280 $10, 168, 480
18,001, 634 4, 797, 093 5, 487,000 1, 107, 030 24, 289, 417
1, 197, 733 206, 630 675, 000 162, 825

1, 846, 375
9, 619, 488 1,074, 664 3, 350,000 659, 740 11, 418, 180

181,518 11, 607 82, 000 18, 450 151, 443 6, 372, 213 2,761, 103 3,170,000 993, 047 7, 347, 682 7,038, 013 1, 303, 583 4,778, 000 911, 200 6, 468, 978

Total of seven States

44, 250, 596 12, 667, 302 22, 567, 000

5, 259, 572

61, 180, 555

APPENDIX P P.

Seren States in the territory largely using gold as currency and where a large majority

of obligations are made payable in gold-Continued.

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NOTE.—The banks in these seven States hold about $1 in silver to $15 in gold.

APPENDIX Q Q.

Capital, etc., of the chartered banks in the Provinces of the Dominion of Canada on

Jugust 31, 1896.

Province.

Capital.

Bank currency.

Deposits.

Specie.

Loans and
discounts.

Ontario
Quebec....
Nova Scotia..
New Brunswick.
British Columbia
Prince Edward Island.

$17.790, 836 $10,052, 035 $70, 528, 918 $2,988, 482 $77, 481, 316
34,819, 582 15, 586, 882 90, 348,892 3, 678, 171 113, 408, 684
5, 561, 655 4, 143, 952 21, 027, 449 873, 204 25, 622, 904

880,000 694, 510 2, 275, 891 176, 541 3, 704, 589 2, 920,000 928, 945 4,058, 115 605, 200 3,574, 422

248, 686 102, 830 176, 923 7, 697 498, 656 62, 220, 759 31, 509, 154 188, 416, 188 8,329, 295 224, 290, 571

Total......

Capital, etc., of the chartered banks in the Provinces of the Dominion of Canada on

August 31, 1896Continued.

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APPENDIX RR.

[Boston, February 10, 1897. Prepared by Gamaliel Bradford for the Bankers Magazine.]

PANIC AND DEPRESSION OF BUSINESS IN 1857.

1. On the 25th of September, 1857, the Bank of Pennsylvania, at Philadelphia, suspended, and the other banks of that city refused specio on that or the next day. Banks of Baltimore and Washington immediately followed. Domestic exchange on the seaboard, quoted 10 to 15 per cent premium, was almost unobtainable.

New York and Boston held out till October 13. Before 3 o'clock of that day 20 New York City banks were obliged to refuse specie. Thirty held ont till the close, but in the evening a meeting was held and general suspension agreed upon. Boston, New Orleans, and other points immediately followed. (Hunt's Merchants Magazine, November, 1857.)

2. Formal resumption of specie payments in New York was decided upon Friday evening, December 11, and took place December 12. Boston concurred in form, though it bad practically been paying specie for some time. (IIunt's Merchants Magazine, January, 1858.),

3. Practically there has been no suspension of specie payments in New York since the first day or two after October 13. All of the banks, as far as we can learn, paid specie on demand for their circulation, and few, if any, refused specie for their obligations. Consequently THERE WAS NO PREMIUM UPON COIN beyond the cost of packing it in bags or boxes for export. Gold in small sums was easily obtained at par, at three-eighths cent premium, and we know of no considerable purchases during the whole period at over one-half cent premium. Outside of New York more difference was paid. (Same authority.)

The same was true in Boston. FOREIGN EXCHANGE WAS BELOW EXPORTING POINT THE WHOLE TIME and nobody at home wanted gold. What they did want was money to pay debts,

APPENDIX SS.

The principal items in the 9,456 national and State banks in the country.

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Central reservo cities of New York, Chi-
cago, and St. Louis :
in national banks in those cities on
Sept. 30, 1892..

$83, 250,000 $156, 659, 428 $527, 636, 257 $480, 990, 338 In State banks, 1893 (not given) Total of all other reserve cities..

162, 092, 760 238, 987, 858 519, 301, 436 536, 738, 685 Total of all country national banks.

441, 230, 255 633, 429, 655 975, 512, 131 | 1, 135, 769, 806 Total of all national banks

686, 573, 015 1,029, 076,941 2,022, 479, 824 | 2, 153, 498, 829 Total of all State banks, 1893 ..

406, 007, 240 l a 752, 213, 527 3,070, 462, 680 2,348, 193, 077 Total of State and national banks.. 1,092, 580, 255 1,781, 290, 468 5,092, 942, 504 , 4, 501, 691, 906 In national banks in New York City on Oct. 6, 1896..

50, 450,000 110, 466, 843 372, 781, 898 314, 156, 683

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Central reserve cities of New York, Chi.
cago, and St. Louis :
In national banks in those cities on
September 30, 1892..

$140, 084, 773 $131, 909, 064
In State banks, 1893 (not given).
Total of all other reserve cities.

296, 183, 715 261, 734, 423 Total of all country national banks

274, 769, 504

146, 331, 320 Total of all national banks

570, 953, 219 408, 065, 743 Total of all State banks, 1893..

a 865, 870, 476 a 617, 162, 99
Total of State and national banks.. 1, 436, 823, 695 1,025, 228, 742
In national banks in New York City on
October 6, 1896...

109, 148, 724 93, 195, 474

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a Estimated to be tho same per cent to deposits as in national banks.

NOTE.-The “visible gold" in banks and in the United States Treasury is $121,236,388, as shown by the Comptroller's report of December 7, 1896, page 22.

APPENDIX X X.

Annual redemptions, circulation outstanding, and number of redemptions annually of

State-bank circulation of the New England States in 1841 to 1857, inclusire.

Year.

Redemptions.

Circulation.

Number

of redemptions.

1841 1842 1844 1845 1846 1847 1848 1849 1850 1851 1852 1853 1854 1855 1856 1857

$109,000,000
105, 000, ood
126,000,000
137,000,000
141, 000, 000
165,000,000
178,000,000
199,000,000
220,000,000
243, 000, 000
245, 000, 000
288,000,000
231, 000, 000
341,000,000
307,000,000
376, 000, 000

$18, 443, 269
15, 734, 189
22, 933, 075
25, 618, 122
26, 870, 352
30, 659, 938
26, 349, 212
28, 840, 283
31, 709, 051
26, 118, 318
41, 273, 019
53, 844, 210
52, 748, 560
47, 742, 351
53, 989, 643
43,095, 011

5.9 6.6 5.5 5.4 5. 2 5.4 6.8 6.9 6.9 9.3 5.9 5. 3

7.1 5.7 8.7

Total..

3, 411,000,000

545, 998, 603

a 6.2

a Average.

APPENDIX UU.

Percentages of currency, specie, and loans and discounts to capital, deposits, etc., of the

State banks of New Hampshire in June, 1860.

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Manchester.
Ashnelot..

Keene
Bank of New Hampshire Portsmouth
Bank of Lebanon

Lebanon
Belknap County.

Laconia. Cochecho.

Dover City

Manchester. Claremont.

Claremont Citizens'

Sanbornton. Connecticut River

Charlestown Cheshire

Keene Cheshire County

...do Carroll County.

Sandwich. Derry

Derry.. Dover

Dover Farmington

Farmington Francestown

Francestown Farmers and Mechanics Rochester Granite State

Exeter.. Great Falls.

Somersworth Indian Head

Nashua. Lako

Wolfboro Langdon

Dover Mechanics'

Concord Merrimack County

do .. Manchester

Manchester. Mechanics and Traders' Portsmouth. Monadnock.

Jeffrey.. Merrimack River. Manchester.. Nashua...

Nashua. New Ipswich.

New Ipswich.. Newmarket

Newmarket Piscataqua Exchange Portsmouth Pawtuckaway

Epping. Pittsfield.

Pittsfield Peterboro

Peterboro Peppichuck

Nashua.. Pine River

Ossipee. Rochester

Rochester Rockingham

Portsmouth • State Capital.

Concord Salmon Falls.

Rollinsford Strafford

Dover Sugar River.

Newport Souhegan

Milford Somers worth

Somers worth Union.

Concord Warner

Warner Wearo

Hampton Falls. Winchester

Winchester... White Mountain

Lancaster..

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61 429,5
29.4 100.8
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48.2 373.6
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