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AND COMMERCE WITH THE UNITED STATES; ALSO THEIR REVENUE, EXPENDITURE, INDEBTEDNESS, CURRENCY, INDEBTEDNESS, CURRENCY, ETC. --Continued.

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65.83 Argentina.

Australasia: Commonwealth,
29.54

New Zealand. 9.04 | Austria-Hungary.

Austria.

Hungary.
22.40 | Belgium.

2. 31 Bolivia.
25.80 Brazil.
60 9.21 British Colonies, n e.g.

1.85 Bulgaria.
17.85 Canada.
(Central America: Costa Rica.

Guatemala.
9.24

Honduras.
Nicaragua

San Salvador.
14.12

Chile.
1.84 China.
93.00 Colombia.
2.22

Cuba.
11.84 Denmark.
3.48 Ecuador.
3.74 Egypt.
5.03 Finland.
39. 15 France:

Algeria.
Tunis.
French Colonies, n. e. s.

French East Indies.
19.73 German Empire:

German States.

German Colonies.
20. 71 Greece.
5.17 Haiti,
2.07 | India, British.
9.75 Italy.
3.36 Japan:

Formosa.

Korea.
12.45 Mexico.
18. 46 Netherlands:

.63 Dutch East Indies.
8.66 | Norway.
16. 67 | Paraguay.

Persia.
1.48 Peru.
13.78 Portugal.
3.92 Roumania.

Russia.
10.49 Santo Domingo.

3. 12 Servia.
39.32 Siam.
21.08 Spain.
10.35 Sweden.
18.27 Switzerland.

3.61 | Turkey.
18. 65 United Kingdom.
29.47 United States:

3.87 Philippine Islands.
30.76 Uruguay.
9.73 Venezuela.

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2,900,000 6,500,000 61 800,000 104,600,000

2,200,000

1,700,000 193,000,000 173, 700,000

7,000,000 10, 700,000 40,000,000

116, 800,000 63 659, 800,000 64 29, 400,000

4,300,000

2,600,000 3, 680, 700,000

4,200,000 4,300,000

2,600,000 142, 900,000 29,000,000 20,700,000

6,800,000

74,800,000 61 23, 200,000 850, 800,000

6, 400,000

7,900,000 196,600,000 392, 400,000 53,800,000 61,300,000 90,000,000

782, 800,000 63 2, 368, 700,000 64 29, 400,000

29,500,000

23,800,000 11, 999, 300,000

20 4.07 3. 42 8.91 2.01 13.06 15.55

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.67 38. 60 9. 33 1.35 3. 19 1.60 2. 78 8. 21 3. 87 4. 48 1.06

6.89
1.70

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7.68
5.58
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117,900,000 63 459, 300,000

2.81 5.71

16. 16
8. 42

10.12

25

15,500,000 20,600,000 20, 600,000

9,700,000

600,000 2,963, 600,000

Total.

EXPLANATORY NOTES.

1 Exclusive of intercolonial commerce, but including gold and silyer. 9 Including gold and silver. 2 Not included in total. 3 Year ending June 30. 4 Included under Russia. 6 French Africa. 6 Includes French possessions in India and French Indo-China, riz, Cochin

China, Tonkin, Annam, Cambodia, and Laos. 7 Including area and population of the feudatory States. 8 Included under Sweden. Sa Exclusive of Alaska and Hawaii.

Actual receipts and expenditures. 10 of which $51,347,831 constituted the internal debt. 11 Budget estimate. 12 Of which 5,281,020 crowns was paper money. 13 Includes outstanding arrears, 487,264,000; Treasury bonds, 14,475,000, and debts

of various ministries, 165,081,000 crowns. 1+ Includes, besides the interest on the public debt proper, payments in reduction

of the land-redemption bonds, 17,614,266; payments in reduction of tithes (dîme des vignes), 86,000, and interest payments to guaranteed railways,

27,356,467 crowns. 15 External debt. 16 Internal debt. 17 Includes the debt classed as “internal," the floating debt proper, and the

paper circulation. The value of the milreis has been taken as equivalent

to 23.1 cents. 18 Treasury and deficiency bills of the Cape of Good Hope government. 19 Estimated. 20 Exclusive of the East Rumelian tribute of 2,951,000 francs per year, for which

no capital value has yet been fixed. 20. Desault on the foreign debt. 21 From and on account of the consolidated fund. 22 Net. The gross debt amounted in 1902, June 30, to $366,358,477, of which

$129,392,026 was not funded. Against the gross debt there were $94,529,387

of assets, $30,874,000 constituting the sinking fund. 23 Including arrears of interest amounting to £14,289,783. 24 Converted into securities of the Salvador Railway Company, in consideration

of an annual subsidy of £24,000. 25 Exclusive of the total paper currency, 655,789,176 pesos in 1903. No attempt

has been made to express this amount in terms of United States currency,

the gold premium in that year reaching as high as 25,000 per cent. 20 Total gross debt, against which assets amounting to $27,962,901 were held by

the Treasury. 27 Against which reserve funds amounting to $40,221.000 were held in the begin

ning of 1903. 28 Local budget only, exclusive of subsidies and other expenditures of the home

government in the interests of the colony. 29 Incules 120,000,000 marks of treasury notes and 2,824,500 outstanding arrears

of interest. 80 Excu-ive of transfers from the Imperial treasury, appearing in the budget of

the Empire. 81 Exclusive of contributions to the Imperial treasury, appearing in the budget

of the Empire. 82 Exclusive of subventions paid by the Imperial Government to the extent of

$6,143,000. 83 Paper debt, including forced currency loan; value of the currency drachma

taken as equivalent to 12.2 cents. 34 Largely in depreciated paper. 35 Of which $1,737,783 in paper. 30 Of this total, 1,161,913,853 rupees represent the permanent debt in India, and

£130,307,090 the permanent debt in England. 87 of this total, £4,000,000 represent India council bills, and 216,961,391 rupees

miscellaneous obligations of the Indian government. 33 Includes the consolidated and redeemable debts. 39 Includes ordinary treasury bonds, notes of the State bank, advances of the

banks of issue.

40 Against this total the treasury held bonds and securities valued at 166,039,000

lire, making the net debt = $2,528,559,000. 41 Including 1,591,416 yens of treasury notes. 42 Paper money. 13 Of which £1,116,686 were arrears of guarantee payments due to the Paraguayan

Central Railway. 4 Includes, besides the internal debt proper, 12,570,000 pesos of circulating notes.

The value of the currency peso has been taken as equivalent to 10 cents. 15 There are besides outstanding, the debts due to Brazil, 9,876,500 pesos, and

to Argentina, 12,393,600 pesos. 46 The foreign debt amounting, in 1890, to £31,579,080, exclusive of arrears of

interest of £22,998,651, was assumed in that year by the Grace-Donahue Company on concession of the railways, and certain rights over guano deposits,

mines, and lands in Peru for sixty-six years. 47 Of which £11,568,615 are reported to be in the hands of the Government. 43 Of which 3,019,522,636 was in gold rubles or in terms of foreign currency, and

3,579,723,450 rubles in terms of Russian currency. This total does not include about 550,000,000 rubles of credit notes in circulation, more than

fully covered by the metallic reserve of the Bank of Russia. 49 Secured by customs duties and specially assigned revenues, the collection of

which is controlled by the Santo Domingo Improvement Company, of New

York. 60 Of which 9,664,481,956 pesetas were classed as “internal” debt. 61 Practically all contracted for the purpose of construction of railways. 62 Total liabilities of the Federation exclusive of the railway debt. 63 Mainly balance of the Russian war indemnity. 64 Represents the funded debt proper and the estimated capital liability in

respect to terminable annuities. 65 Unfunded debt proper and total capital liabilities, contracted under various

acts. 66 The item in the column "Funded debt" is the total interest-bearing debt

of the United States. The item in the column “Floating debt" represents all the remaining indebtedness of the United States, less the cash and other

immediately available resources in the Treasury. 57 External debt including arrears. 68 Internal debt including arrears. 582 On a paper basis. 69 The value of the monetary stock of silver standard countries has not been

changed to conform to the decline in silver values. The monetary stock of Mexico and other countries where the Mexican dollar circulates is given

in terms of Mexican dollars. Data furnished by the Director of the Mint. 60 Stocks of money in British South Asrica and the Straits Settlements, with

an estimated total population of 8,700,000. 61 Stock in banks according to the Economiste Français (January, 1902). 62 Amount of notes of the “Java Bank” outstanding on March 1, 1901. 63 Figures furnished by the Director of the Mint as per date June 30, 1903. 64 Estimated on the basis of information contained in the Report of the Chief of

the Bureau of Insular Affairs, War Department, for the year 1903. NOTE.-United States equivalents of the following monetary units: Argentina: Paper peso (1902)=44.41 cents.

|(1901)=44.6 cents. Bolivia: Boliviano

|(1902)=39.5 cents.

\(1901) =23.1 cents.
Brazil: Milreis

|(1902)=22.4 cents.
Costa Rica: Colon (1902) 46.5 cents.
Greece: Paper drachma (1902)=12.2 cents.
Guatemala: Paper peso (1902)=11.6 cents.

|(1901)=43.1 cents.
Honduras: Peso (1902)=38.2 cents.
Nicaragua: Peso (1901)=43.1 cents.
San Salvador: Peso (1902)=38.2 cents.
Ecuador: Sucre=£0.1.
Mexico: Peso (1902)=44.1 cents.
Paraguay: Paper peso (1902)=10 cents.
Siam: Tical (1902)=35 cents.
Persia: Cran (1902)=8. 49 cents.

SUMMARY TABLES

OF

FOREIGN COMMERCE.

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6,890 255, 921 27, 803, 167 1,311, SSO

2,791 37, S05

47, 127

610

900

55

81, 657, 370
5,278, 724

5,040
1,757

660,071

2,150

94,215

81, 701, 497
5,372, 939

5, 010
1,757

15, 620

1, 252

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Beaufort, N.C
Beaufort, S.C.
Belfast, Me
Boston and Charlestown, Mass, a
Bridgeton, N.J
Bristol and Warren, R. I
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Charleston, S.C.a..
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Edgartown, Mass
Fairfield, Conn
Fall River, Mass
Fernandina, Fla,a.
Frenchiman Bay, Me.
Georgetown, D.C.
Georgetown, S.C.
Gloucester, Mass..
Great Egg Harbor, N.J
Hartford, Conn
Kennebunk, Me
Machias, Me.
Marblehead, Mass
Nantucket, Mass.
Newark, NJ
New Bedford, Mase,
Newburyport, Mass.
New Haven, Conn.
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Philadelphia, Pa. a
Plymouth, Mass
Portland and Falmouth, Me, a.
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Richmond, Va...
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Sag Harbor, N. Y
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St. Johns, Fla
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Waldoboro, Me
Wilmington, N.C. a.
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ATLANTIC PORTS.
Dollars. Dollars.
4,283. 85

Dollars.

Tons. 2,605. 25

Tons.

Tons. Tons.
1.782.50
141,881.00

1, 716

420 114,037.64 34, 611.31

Alexandria, Va.
10, 736, 785.00 17, 123, 720. OS 5, 169, 330.40

Aroostook, Me,
227, 165
235, 215.00

171, 235 51,021
1, 117,681.31

1,3 5,505 51,327
227, 603.67

1, 287,561 Baltimore, Md. a
172
866.00

27

2, 957 2,555. 13

10,5-0 7,307

13,857

Bangor, Me, a 316.07

149 11,618.00

1, 135

617

SSS 73,518.40

Barnstable, Mass.
23, 619. 13

31,794
19,361
3,073 5,529

8, 492

5,529 Bath, Mea 116,511.75

117

Beaufort, N. C.
1,613,00
16, 131.00

1,798
3,881

29, 080)

Beaufort, s. C. 2,392.73

612 36,270,288.00

535

3, 873 48,839, 933.00

3, 202 3, 873 23, 272, 392.35

Belfast, Me. 107, 14.00

5, 327,009 6,776,085 188, 692 2,790,21 218,683 1,998, 800 Boston and Charlestown, Mass. a 557.95

3,509

Bridgeton, N.J.
80.24
14,517.66

103

293 0.31.19

195 Briswland Warren, R. I. 379. 79 10, 272.00

9,328

82,0631 3, 480 170, 450 Brunswick, Ga. 1,573.77

163 2, 182, 769.00

426

372 111, 499.00

2, 365 1,020

1,758 Castine, Me. 44,713.19

19

210 141, 875.00

8,631 143, 931 10,189.00

7,017 67, 773 3, 524.76

Charleston, S. C. a 262

379

391 76.00

163, 323

159, 869 Delaware. b
2.40
87,401.(3
486, 309.03 181, 429.48

Eduartown, Mass,
22.511.00

15, 630

3,052
1, 938
6, 998

277
122, 137.00

4, 322 Fairfield, Conn. 36, 609.47

157 95, 590.93

6, 315

810
09.00

1,571 Fall River, Mass.
34.50
3,69.00

8,123 36, 902
6, 873.69

1,893 61, 653 Fernandina, Fla. a
169.18
161, 112.00

3, S12

6,042 215, 471.44

2,853

879 Frenchman Bay, Ne. 122, 209.72

1,635

910
4, 302

Georgetown, D. C.
6, 742.00

350
360

380
60, 302.00
3,605.73

Georgetown, S. C.
11,600
2.031.35

8,467
5,219.05

6,426 17,967 5,189 5, 423 Gloucester, Mass.
1,769. 10
1,353, 403.00 - 503, 834.45 238, 199.08

Great Egg Harbor, N. J.
21, 294
23, 912

85

988
1.00

Hartford, Conn.
.47
4,611.28
3,933.03

227 Kennebunk, Me.
392.94

636 2,859.75

1,417 10,292 33, 132.95 5, 893.70

1,568 Machias, Me.

3, 251 2, 215 2, 690 Marblehead, Mass. 103, 227.00

103 321, 713.00 124. 427.89

Nantucket, Mass. 153, 561

65,015 22, 601 43, 450.00

15, 462

4,510 351, 406.00

8, 163

Newark, NJ. 140, 223.:36

4,050 9, $31.17

13, 707 3,633

6, 92 New Bedford, Mass.
563.90
40, 261.73

397
751
889

9.0
699, 834.26 209, 151.56

Newburyport, Mass. 13, 892

12,85 2, 920.00

1,295

42,725 39, 657.39

1,523

14,279 New Haven, Conn.
819.66
77, 899, 19

999
3, 389

627
1:22,923, 23 48,211.50

2,395

New London, Conn.

1,377 1, 500, 681.00 2,784, 409.00

1,233
1,084, 267.11

Newport, R. I.
9,302
260,799,561.00

2, 270

1, 810 281, 007
315,904,515.00 178, 853, 161.57

4, 429 351,218 Newport News. Va.a
26, 203,087
527, 372.00

31,169, 536 1, 229, 014 7,821, 052
68, 746.00

1, 283, 700 7,543, 572 New York, NY, a 22, 722.48

1.626

3, 058 2, 523.30

30, S60

8,5,75

395, 275 Norfolk and Portsmouth, Va. a 22, 778 297, 903.00

10,9S1 312,067.00

Pamlico, N. C. 99, 432.57

2, 661

3,991 125, 123 2,603, 810.00

71, 905 81, 725.00

13.3, 004 72, 597 Pasamaquoddy, Me, a
58,723, 73

107,059 185, 766
289.55
192, 949.40

43, 322

19, 990

Perth Amboy, N.J. 321, 490.40

74,577

37, 285
17, 492, 483.75 40, 801,063, 23 22,591, 131.81

Petersburg, Va.
2,089, 007 3,739,995 120, 316 1,873, 106 107, 792
4,500.00

1,753,631 Philadelphia, PA, a
7.12.12

115 700, 312.00

323

807
1,977,983.00 232, 403, 51

Plymouth, Mass.
14, 430
45, 132.00

16,819 16, 114 617, 103
2, 253, 126.00

35, 036 557, 114 Portland and Falmouth, Me.a 783), 616.99

2, 600 8,059.00

4,168 66, 452 309, 817 190, 487, 53

59,013 301, 2:2 Porto Rico. 7, 207.91

432 432, 869.00

28, 110 1,616, 327.08

6,317 17,009 321, 412.09

Portsmouth, N. H.
8,581

6, 004
39, 100.00
153, 501.00

3,097 129, 915 4,566
127, 311.01

29, 894 Providence, R. I. 21, 985

21,089 1,029, 66

Richmond, Va. 78.02

195 6,621,00

1,364

195 Saco, Me.
1,321. SO
126.00

1, 253

720 29, 016,28 23, 971.08

Sag Harbor, N. Y. 3, 138

2,595
14,599, 28

65, 073. 26
35, 205.96

St. Augustine, Fla.
23, 792
13,912

2, 889
2,603, 40

7, 772 3,009 14,561 St. Johns, Fla.
28, 309.52
4, 326.16
956

12
716,050.00

,906

2, 978 320, 922.00

Salem and Beverly, Mass. 90, 921.07

9, 623

9, 968 255.00

5,521 187, 017 5,669 13, 486. 18

384,510 Savannah, Gu, a 2, 014.59

142

865 33, 402.00

1,269 Stonington, Conn. 49, 100.00

2,907.96 293, 207.00

6, 161

11, 401 6, 793 10,400 Waldoboro, Me. 1, 491.00

1, 111.63 6, 620.00

35, 176 2,553 4,961.90

80, 643 Wilmington, N. C. a 208. 37

301

464

313

2, 199 1,723 1. C05 Wiscasset, Me. 337,553, 947.80 467, 332, 831.50 231,571, 710,55 31, 102, 329 42, 315, 249 1,910, 173 16, 185, 871 2,010, 161 15, 417, 619 Total.

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