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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 172 pages of information about A Ramble of Six Thousand Miles through the United States of America.

Balance in the treasury on 1st January,
1830 5,755,704 79

The receipts from all sources during the
year 1830 were 24,844,116 51


Customs 21,922,391 39

Lands 2,329,356 14

Dividends on bank stock 490,000 00

Incidental receipts                            102,368 98

The expenditures for the same year were 24,585,281 55


Civil list, foreign intercourse,
and miscellaneous 3,237,416 04

Military service, including fortifications, ordnance, Indian affairs, pensions, arming the militia, and internal improvements 6,752,688 66

Naval service, including sums appropriated to the gradual improvement of the navy[14] 3,239,428 63

Public debt                                 11,355,748 22

Leaving a balance in the treasury
on the 1st of January, 1831, of 6,014,539 75

Public Debt.

Dollars.  Cts. 
The payments made on account of the
Public Debt, during the first three
quarters of the year 1831, amounted to 9,883,479 46

It was estimated that the payments to
be made in the fourth quarter of the
same year, would amount to 6,205,810 21
Making the whole amount of disbursments
on account of the Debt in 1831 16,089,289 67


1. Funded Debt
                                             Dollars.  Cts. 
Three per cents, per act of the 4th of August, 1790, redeemable at the pleasure of government 13,296,626 21

Five per cents, per act of the 3rd of March, 1821, redeemable after the 1st January, 1823 4,735,296 30

Five per cents, (exchanged), per act of 20th of April, 1823; one third redeemable annually after 31st of December, 1830, 1831 and 1832 56,704 77

Four and half per cents. per act of the 24th of May, 1824, redeemable after 1st of January, 1832 1,739,524 01

Four and half per cents.
(exchanged), per act of
the 26th of May, 1824;
one half redeemable
after the 31st day of
December, 1832 4,454,727 95
                                           24,282,879 24

2. Unfunded Debt.

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