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Statement in Relation to the Disbursements of the Revenue of the United States,

exclusive of Payments on Account of Public Debt and Trust Funds, from 4th March, 1789, to 4th March, 1837; exhibiting, also, the Number of Oficers employed in the Disbursement, the Amount of Defulcations ; with General Results ; arranged in Periods of Four Years each.

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1789

140 1790

140 1791

140 1,919,589.52 1792 1 2 3$ 3,390.95 $ 1,498.18 $ 4,889.13 433 1,877,903.68 $ 3,797,493.20 1793 1 1 1,280.00

327 1,710,070.26 1794 3 3 12,050.56

380 3,500,546.68 1795 1

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100.00

435 4,350,658.04 1796 3 1 4 18,953.40

344.27 32,728.23 457 2,521,930.40 12,083,205.38 1797 1 1 2 280.42

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448] 2,823,590.96 1798 2 6 13,531.58 136.22

475 4,623,223.54 1799 7 13 139,026.53 7,149.25

623 6,480,166.72 1800

7 11 1810,275.65 5,771.27 176,770.92 594 7,411,369.97 21,338,351.19 1801 3 17 20 3,697.92 11,362.42

716 4,981,669.90 1802) 5 13 18 3,955.76 14,656.50

588 3,737,079.91 1803 2 14 16 4,273.34 5,152.41

649 4,002,824.24 1804 5 5

11,321.07 54,419.42 536 4,452,858.91 17,174,432.96 1805 9 13 11,128.29 13,898.67

582 6,357,224.70 1806 9 6 15 7,106,63 10,229.81

586 6,081, 109.36 1807 6 7 13 9,390,76 71,467.58

551 4,984,572.89 1808

4 10 14 4,832.79 24,514.17| 152,568.70 665 6,504,338.85 23,927,245.80 1809 7 29 36 27,411.37 84,495.40

782) 7,414,672.14 1810

3
39 42 5,905.85 41,503.93

811 5,311,082.28
1811
7 39 46 29,593.99 44,863.22

883 5,592,604.86 1812

8

39 47 9,867.62 216,711.35 460,352.73 942 17,829,498.70 36,147,857.98 18131 2 213 215 748.58 185,230.08

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1,94628,082,396.92 1814) 10 141 151 55,814.58 293,978.55

2,166 30,127,686.38 1815 3 170 173 18,893.94 360,139.18

2,226 26,953,571.00 18161 8 170 178 62,097.38 210,919.77 1,217,822.06 1,968/23,373,452.58 108,537,106.88 1817 4 147 151 5,910.24 258,821.56

1,541 15,454,609.92 1818 5 296 301 21,269.21 185,044.40

1,620 13,808,073.78 1819 7 247 254 46,281.56 267,798.80

1,557 16,300,273.44 1820 7 227 334 30,662.13 391,365.25 1,207,153.15 1,428 13,134,500.57 58,698,057.71 1821 5 146 151 17,158.11 338,715.07)

1,244 10,723,479.07 1822 7 141 148 39,734.67 267,050.38

1,137 9,827,643.55 1823| 12 90 102 54,381.80 228,206.91

934 9,784,154.59 1824 6 72 78 1,613.51 39,782.08 986,642.53 895 15,330,144.71 45,665,421.92 1825 7 43 50 21,657.41

49,543.68

848 11,490,459.94 1826 27 27 22,404.28

792 13,062,316.27 1827 6 22 28 47,445.04 82,031.66

829 12,254,448.92 1828 61 33 39 8,453.63 95,851.79 327,387.49 826 12,505,972.05 49,313,197.18 1829) 3 10 13 2,007.91 22,135.29

825 12,651,457.24 1830 91 7 16 18,349.01 24,656.00

830 13,920,499.95 7 4 11 10,477.50 6,376.07

882 13,863,786.20 1832 10 10 20 6,506.74 14,994.36 105,502.88 882 16,514,134.69 56,249,878.08 1833 10 8 18 37,158.82 13,558.79

924 22,049,297.95 1834 8 9 17 24.121.30 13,115.25

942 18,420,167.12 1835| 10 10 20 29,200.78 20,506.82

971 17,005,418.55 1836 8 21 29 23,303.33 69,368.23 230,336.32 1,048 29,655,244.46 87,130,428.08 Total 2442,516/2,760)898,023.59 4,058,549.974,956,573.56

520,062,676.36

1831

Exhibit of the Number of Persons indepted, ana tne Amount of Indebtedness,

to the Government on Custom-House Bonds, embracing successive Periods of Four Yeurs, from the 4th of March,1789, to the 4th of March, 1837; also the Amount of Duties collected during the same Period; together with the actual Loss and Ratio of Loss to the Amount of Duties collected under each Administration.

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From 4th March, 1789, to 4th March, 1793, 10 $ 686.46 12,097,850.50 .0056 From 4th March, 1793, to 4th March, 1797,

125

82,359.84 24,552,164.13.0033 From 4th March, 1797, to 4th March, 1801,

148

85,179.98 33,548,222.90 .0025 From 4th March, 1801, to 4th March, 1805, 150

61,872.69 46,952,705.72.0013 From 4th March, 1805, to 4th March, 1809, 208 122,478.51 54,172,790.94 .0022 From 4th March, 1809, to 4th March, 1813, 263 374,654.23 44,079,932.82.0084 From 4th March, 1813, to 4th March, 1817,

446

688,836.51 75,871,937.67.009065 From 4th March, 1817, to 4th March, 1821, 488 880,111.67 65,470,053.06 .01344 From 4th March, 1821, to 4th March, 1825, 431 1,568,476.17| 74,655,234.54.02100 From 4th March, 1825, to 4th March, 1829, 457 2,278,558.47 88,941,104.61.0256 From 4th March, 1829, lo 4th March, 1833, 209 299,798.51 103,644,579.31.002892 From 4th March, 1833, to 4th March, 1837, 1,307 1,305,305.45 70,185,498.66.01859 Total,...

4,2427,748,318.89) 694,172,034.86.0111 Average loss per head,

.$ 1,826.57.

ment.

Table exhibiting the Seats of Government, the Times of Holding the Election

of State Officers, and the Times of the Meeting of the Legislatures, of the
several States.
Seats of Govern-

Times of the Meeting of the
States.
Times of Holding Elections.

Legislatures.
Maine,

Augusta, 20 Monday in Sept. 1st Wednesday in Jan. N. Hainpshire, Concord, 2d Tuesday in March, 1st Wednesday in June. Vermont, Montpelier, 1st Tuesday in Sept. 24 Thursday in October. Massachusetts, Boston, 20 Monday in Nov. 1st Wednesday in Jan.

. Rhode Island, { And Newport. Rep. in April and Aug. last Wed. in Oct. and Jan Connecticut,

Hart. & N. Hav. Ist Monday in April, 1st Wednesday in May. New York, Albany,

1st Monday in Nov. Ist Tuesday in January New Jersey,

Trenton, 20 Tuesday in October, 4th Tuesday in October. Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, 20 Tuesday in October, 1st Tuesday in January. Delaware, Dover,

20 Tuesday in Nov. 1st Tuesday in Jan. bien. Maryland, Annapolis, 1st Wednesday in Oct.last Monday in December. Virginia, Richmond, 4th Thursday in April, 1st Monday in December. North Carolina, Raleigh, Commonly in August, 2d Monday in Nov. bien. South Carolina, Columbia, 24 Monday in October, 4th Monday in November. Georgia, Milledgeville, 1st Monday in October, 1st Monday in November. Alabama, Tuscaloosa,

1st Monday in August, 1st Monday in November Mississippi, Jackson, 1st Mon. & Tues. Nov. 1st Monday in Jan. bien. Louisiana, New Orleans, Ist Monday in July, Ist Monday in January, Arkansas,

Little Rock, 1st Monday in October, 2d Monday in Oct. bien. Tennessee,

Nashville, Ist Thursday in Aug. 1st Monday in Oct. bien. Kentucky, Frankfort, 1st Monday in August, 1st Monday in December. Ohio,

Columbus, 2d Tuesday in October, 1st Monday in December. Indiana, Indianapolis, 1st Monday in August, 1st Monday in December. Illinois, Springfield, 1st Monday in August, 1st Monday in Dec. bien. Missouri, Jefferson City, 1st Monday in August, 1st Monday in Nov. bien. Michigan, Detroit, 1st Monday in October, 1st Monday in November.

Dates of the First Settlement of the several Colonies. Virginia .1607 Maryland ..

1633 New York .1614 Connecticut

.1635 Massachusetts .1620 Rhode Island..

1636 New Hampshire 1623 North Carolina

1650 New Jersey 1624 South Carolina

1670 Delaware .1627 Pennsylvania..

.1682 Maine. .1630 | Georgia....

.1733

Adoption of the first State Constitution.
New Hampshire. .January 5.
South Carolina..

March 24.
Virginia....

June 29...
New Jersey

July 2..
Maryland..

. August 14.
Pennsylvania

. September. Delaware...

. September
North Carolina,

December
New York ..

April
Massachusetts...

March
Vermont.

July 4
Georgia

.May.

...1776

.1776 .1776 .1776 .1776

.1776 ..1776 ..1776 ..1777 .1780

.1786 ..1789

Amount of Money expended in each State and Territory, by the

United States, upon Works of Internal Improvement, from the Adoption of the Federal Constitution, to the 1st Day of October,

1828. Maine $ 11,724 22 | Tennessee,

- $ 4,200 00 Massachusetts 104,042 46 Ohio.

390,159 03 Connecticut .2,069 97 | Indiana

.108,123 88 Rhode Island. .195 19 Mississippi..

.49,385 52 New York. .68,138 45 Illinois

.8,000 00 Pennsylvania .39,728 32 Alabama

.81,762 78 Delaware. .307,104 01 Missouri

.22,702 24 Maryland .; 10,000 00 | Arkansas.

.44,690 00 Virginia .. .150,000 00 Michigan.

.48,607 95 North Carolina. ...1,000 00 Florida....

.799,002 01 Kentucky ..90,000 00

Total

$2,341,136 03

Navy-Yards in the United States.
Portsmouth, N. H.

Washington, D. C.'
Charlestown, Mass.

Norfolk, Va.
Brooklyn, N. Y.

Pensacola, Fa.
Philadelphia, Pa.

New Orleans, La.

United States Mint.
Officers of the Mint at Philadelphia.
Salary.

Salary.
R. M. Patterson, Director. $3,500 J. R. McClintock, Melt-
Wm. Findlay, Treasurer ..

2,000
er and Refiner..

$2,000 Franklin Peale, Chief Coiner 2,000 William Kneas, Engraver.1,500 J. R. Eckfeldt, Assayer ....2,000

2d Engraver.1,500

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Salary.

Oficers of the Branch at New Orleans, La.

Salary. J. M. Kennedy, Superin. $2,500 Philos B. Tyler, Coiner ..$2,000 Wm. P. Kort, Assayer,... 2,000 Hor. C. Cammack, Treas. 2,000 John L. Riadel, Melt. fi Ref.2,000

Oficers of the Branch at Dahlonega, Ga.
Salary.

Salary. J. J. Singleton, Superin. - $2,000 David M. Mason, Coiner .. 1,500 J. W. Farnham, Assayer .. 1,500

Officers of the Branch at Charlotte, N. C.

Salary.

Salary.

J. H. Wheeler, Superin. • $2,000 John R. Bolton, Coiner .. $1,500 J. H. Gibbon, Assayer.....1,500

Number of Post Offices on the 1st of May, 1840....13,376.

Privilege of Franking. Letters and packets to and from the following officers of the government, are by law received and conveyed by post, free of postage:

The President and Vice-President of the United States, Secretaries of State, Treasury, War, and Navy; Attorney-General; Postmasters-General, and Assistant Postmasters-General; Comptrollers, Auditors, Register, and Solicitor of the Treasury; Treasurer; Commissioner of the General Land Office ; Commissioners of the Navy Board; Commissary-General; Inspectors-General; Quartermaster-General; Paymaster-General; Superintendent of Patent Office; Speaker and Clerk of the House of Representatives; President and Secretary of the Senate; and any individual who shall have been, or may hereafter be, President of the United States ; and each may receive newspapers by post, free of postage.

Each member of the Senate, and each member and delegate of the House of Representatives, may send and receive, free of postage, newspapers, letters, and packets, weighing not more than two ounces, (in case of excess of weight, excess alone to be paid for,) and all documents printed by order of either house, from the period

of sixty days before he takes his seat in Congress, till the next meeting of the next Congress.

Postmasters may send and receive, free of postage, letters and packets not exceeding half an ounce in weight; and they may receive one daily newspaper each, or what is equivalent thereto.

Printers of newspapers may send one paper to each and every other printer of newspapers within the United States, free of postage, under such regulations as the Postmaster-General may provide.

United States Executive Government. The fourteenth presidential term of four years, since the establishment of the government of the United States under the constitution, began on the 4th of March, 1841, and it will expire on the 3d of March, 1845.

William H. Harrison, Ohio, President..... $25,000
John Tyler,

Va., Vice-President, and President
by the death of General Harrison.

Salary.

THE CABINET. The following are the principal officers in the executive department of the government, who form the cabinet, and who hold their offices at the will of the President:

Salary. Samuel L. Southard, New Jersey, acting Vice-President. $5,000 Daniel Webster, Mass., Secretary of State

..6,000 A. P. Upshur, Virginia, Secretary of the Navy

.6,000 John C. Spencer, New York, Secretary of War

..6,000 Walter Forward, Penn., Secretary of the Treasury ..6,000 Charles A. Wickliffe, Kentucky, Postmaster-General. ..6,000 Hugh S. Legare, South Carolina, Attorney-General .4,000

Officers of the Senate.
Salary.

Salary. Secretary

• $3,000 Second Engrossing Clerk. $1,500 Chief Clerk...

1,800 Sergeant at Arms and Executive Clerk

.1,500 Doorkeeper, First Legislative Clerk. .1,500 Assistant Doorkeeper .1,450 Second do. .1,500 Messenger

.700 First Engrossing Clerk....

.1,500

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Officers of the House of Representatives.

Salary.
Clerk of the House. $3,000 | Doorkeeper...
Chief Clerk of Office. ..1,800 Assistant Doorkeeper
Ten Clerks in Office, each.1,500 Postmaster
Sergeant at Arms ..1,500

Salary. .1,500 . 1,450 ..1,500

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