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Statement exhibiling the Total Expenses of each Judicial District of the United

States, for the years, 1826, 1827, 1828, 1829, 1830, 1831.
Districts. 1826. 1827. 1828. 1829. 180. 1831.
Maine,

2,578 20
2 769 92 3,391 34 2,330 08

2,03079)

3,71004 lamp

1,074 (2 1.122 14 1,672 611 986 90 1,547 47 1,856 76 Massachs'its 9,998 64 8 626 47 10,043 13 9,062 21 8,053 03 11,571 07 Connecticut

1,669 64

1 776 02 1.884 80 3,085 861 2,094 07 1,79969 R. Island,

1,466 75

1,954 84 3 096 51 1,873 34 2,304 76 2,000 38 Verniont,

1,575 75

1,624 38 1,297 19 1,17828 1,76467 2,323 11 N. Y'k, N.D 2,122 30 3,121 94 2,060 31 1,561 92 1,966 23 7.036 25 N.Y'k, S D. 7,720 18 11,204 98 10,158 36 8,300 701 7,514 50 23.192 16 N. Jersey,

1,087 55

786 04 754 44 733 86 2,192 19 1,971 61 Penn. E B 19.070 02) 17,584 78 13,3 4 17/ 12,990 9. 14 086 01

5,915 43 Pern W.D.

1,883 06
2,260 97 3,140 39' 1,995 1:

3,763 32

4,(78 77 Delaware, .875 99 553 14 571

1,276 55

797 37 Maryiand,

5,368 08

6 452 32 7,485 08 7,337 (3 9,561 30) 8,480 94
Dis. of Col. 17,430 89 18,925 51 20,563 10 22,736 23 31,147 771 34.835 91
Sup. Court, 1.624 25 2,931 78 2.881 45 4,522 831 6,918 69 7,275 71
Va. E. D. 4,295 38 6,: 48 84 3,976 75 3,192 75 5,404 97
Va. W D.

5,172 81 3,616 16 3,471 17 4 437 30 4,337 38

6.458 82

4,560 66 N. Carolina 2.161 1.2 1,499 18 1,752 12 1,987 31 2,590 95

2.006 87 S. Carolina, 2 169 10 1,021 82 1,247 28 1,268 36 809 65 963 91 Georgia,

1,633 35

3,295 59 1,094 72 1,371 76 2.225 20 4,865 71 Kentucky, 2,882 42 3,626 12 3,174 70 2,9 1 94 3.706 19 Tenn. E. D

4,254 26 1,233 93 1,141 46 1,243 88 1,7409 2.195 33 1,454 06 Tenn. W.D 3.423 80 3,317 38 3,881 58 1,992 98 1.234 12 3,361 70 Ohio, 2,760 49 2,913 20 5,922 06

1,709 86 2,626 99 3,768 66 La. É. D. 9 778 08 9,008 97| 14,087 261 7,267 16 10,379 82 10,405 73 La. W. D. 435 92 322 27 200 00 35 53

150 00 Indiana, 2,036 77 2,310 70! 1,738 24 2,074 69 2,192 45 1,372 82

Wv1:58issippi, 1,135 44 1,685 581 2,347 70 2,755 81 4,228 81 2.881 14
Illinois,

877 54 877 03 602 99 676 23 965 16 840 94 Ala. S. D. 1,056 74 4,448 25 3,685 46 4,126 10 2,789 04 2,817 43 Ala. N D. 220 001

115 97 485 74 2,070 85 Missouri, 1,503 66 2.867 25 3,381 20 1,118 43 1,859 46 1,467 10 Arkansas, 1,364 57 2,715 09 2,6.7 83

1,705 72

3,52170 3,089 97 Michigan, 509 19 630 11 2,961 76

1,858 47 1,325 18 1,896 06 Florida E.D 2.462 11! 4,661 33 5,16 9 76 5,532 61 6,127 26 6,725 81 Florida M.D 1,039 20 1,753 47 3,843 71 4,639 42

5,811 95

5,893 19 Florida W.D

1,26539 1,087 15 2,517 18 3.518 32 5,41728 3,799 34 Florida S.D.

1,532 021 1,157 49 2,245 29 2,746 01 Toal, Dok. 124,004 52 142 520 05 153,581 27 136.32071 171,022 75193,481 13

Expenses of the Several District Courts of the United States, for the year 1832.
Districts.
Expen's of

Distriels.
Expen's of

of Courts.

Exper's
Districts.
Courts.

Courts. 3,000 00 Maryland, 9,580 00 Mississippi,

233 64 N Himpshire 1,500 00 Virginia, E. D 7,326 981 vois,

1,400 00 Massachus tis 9,400 00 Virgin a, W D 3,033 47 Alabama, N. D 1 3000 Vermon!, 2,300.00 N. Carolina, 1.300 00 Alabama, S.D

500 00 Rhode Island, 2,000 0015 Carolina, 1,000 00 Missouri,

500 00 Connecticui, 1,500 00 Georgia, 2,000 00 Michigan,

1,672 41 N. York, N. D. 3,000 on Ohio,

3 800 00} 'rkansas, N York, S. D 10,000 00 Kentueky,

5,950 00

4,000 00 East Florida, 12,000 00 New Jersey, 1,000 00 cennessee, E. 2,000 00 Middle Florida 5,828 00 Penn E D. 17,000 00 Tennessee, w 3,000 00 West Florida, 3,000 00 Ieun. W D. 2,500 Ou Louisiava, E.D/11,000 00 Soubin Floria) 2,000 60 Delaware, 1,500 00 indiana, '840 00 Dist. of Col. 135,000 001

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INTERCOCRE WITH FOREIGN NATIONS.

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Since the publication of the preceding volume, the following change have taken place in the foreign misssions of the United States :

Edward Livingston, late Secretary of State, has been appointe Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to France, and his arrived at Paris, with Thomas P. Barton, Secretary of Legaliou James Buchanan, late Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentary to Russia, has returned to the United States, and has lelt J. Ravdolph Clay, Secretary of Legation, acting Chargé d'Affaires at St. Pe. tersburg. Thomas P. Moore, late Envoy Extraordinary and Minister

Plenipotentiary to Colombia, bas returned home; and his place has been supplied by the appointment of Robert B. M'Alee, Chargé d'Affaires, who

b-18 been accredited to New Granada Charles G. De Witt, has received the appointment of Chargé d'affaires to the Republic of Central America Francis Baylies, late Chargé d'Affaires to Buenos Ayres, has returned from that country, but no appointment has been made to supply his place.

The lay of Ministers Plenipotentiary is 9,000 dollars per annun, salary, besides 9,000 dollars for an outfit. Secretaries of Legation receive 12,000 dollars, and Chargés d'Affaires, 4,500 dollars per annun.

Consuls to Barbary are more of Diplomatic than Commercial Agents, not only as it regards their vocation, but also as it respects their compen sațion. They receive regular annual salaries ; and their pay does vot in the least depend on fees. Consuls of the United States, generally so called, are, in effect, Agents for Commerce and Seamen. They receive no yearly salaries, (except at Paris and London, where they have an annual salary of $2,000) and their compensation is derived from the fees which are allowed by law Consuls of the United States, for commer. cial purposes, are regularly admitted and recognised, as to their official functions, in the poris, of Europe, but in the colonies of the European nations, agents for Commerce and Seanien mostly exercise the duties of their stations under courtesy, without any formal recogni.ion.

To their public capacity Consuls and Agents for Commerce aud Sea. men are principally occupied in verifying in different forms, the legality of the irade of the United States with foreign nations, and in relieving and seoding home American Seamen, who, by accident or misfortune, are left destitute within the jurisdiction of their several consulates or agencies.

Consular Agents, though not recognised by law, have, in some cases been made by our Ministers abroad for special and temporary purposes : but Commissions for these appointments are not granted by the United States.

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Ministers, Consuls, &c. of the United States in Foreign Countries, with

the places of their Residence. England.

(Robert W. Fox, Consul, Falmouth Aaron Vail, Chargé d'Affaires. Thomas Were Fox, do. Plymouth Thos. Aspwall, Agent, &c. and Alb. Davy, du. Kingston upou Hall. Consul, London.

Robert R Hunter Consul, Cowes. Francis B.Ogden, Consul, Liverpool Robert Grieve, do Lieth, Scotland. Patrick McCaulay do. Bristol. Alexander Thompson, do. Glasgow

Thos. Wilson, Con Dublin, Ireland

Con Valencia. Reuben Harvey, do. Cork. George G. Barrell, do. Malaga. Thomas W. Gilpin, do. Belsast. George B. Adams, do Alicante Thomas W. Perrse, do. Galway. Masimo de Aguirre, do. Bilboa. Horatio Sprague, do. Gibraltar. Allred H. P. Edwards, do. Manilla. Pau! Fioberville, do. Isle of France Payton Gay, do. Island of Teneriffe Thomas Wynins, do. I urks Island. G. T. Ladico, do. Balearic Islands.

Wm. Turtor Tucker, C. A Bermuda Nicholas P Trist, ro Havana, Cuba George Huyler, Cop Nassau, N. P. R R Stewart, do Trinidad, do. Ralph Higinbotham, C.A. St. Chris Johu Leonard, CA St. Jago do. topher and Antigua.

F. Thomassin, do. Baracoa, do. R. M. Harrison, C. Kingston, Jan.L, Shoemaker. Cons. Mavtazas, do. Charles L. Bartlett, C. A. Trinjian J. Owen, do. Puerto del Principe. John Haly, do. Barbadoes. H. Toler, Cousul, Ponce, Porto Rico. John Morrow, Consul, Halisax, N.S. Wm H Tracy, C. A. Guyama, do. Paul Eynaud, do. Malia, S. C Russell, do. Mavagu-2, do.

William Carroll, C. A. St. Helena. Sidney Mason, Con St. Johos, do. ll. Benjamin, Cous. British Guiana

Portugal Dem rara.

Thomas L. L. Brent, Chargé d'Af 1 m. M. Haxtun, do Bathursi, in faires, I land of St May, River Gambia Israel P Hutchinson,Consul, Lisbun France,

J. H March, do Island of Madeira Elward Livingston, Envoy Estra-Chas W. Dahney, do Fayal.

ordinary & Min. Plenipotentiary. W.G. Merrill, do. Cape de Verd Isls Thomas P. Barton, Sec of Legation

Netherlands. Daniel Brent, Cons. & Agent, Paris Auguste Davezac, Chargé d'affaires George Strobel, Consul, Bordeaux. J. W. Parker, Cousul, Amsterdam. Daniel C. Croxall, rio. Marseilles. John Wambersie, do Rotterdam. Francis C. Fenwick, dlo. Nanies. Thomas Trask, do. Surinim.

do L'Orient L. Paimboeuf, do. Isl, of Curacoa
R. G. Beasley, do, Havre de Grace. Jonn Schillaber, do. Batavia.
Samuel Allison, do. Lyons. Louis Mark, du. Ostend.
Thenjore Privat, do. Cette. J. Hollingsworth, do St. Eustatia.
Jas, Jos. Debessé, do. La Rochelle. Joseph Balustimi, do Rhio, Island
Petrr Suau, C. A. Gaudalnupe. Bintang, Malayan Sea
Con Martinique.

Bulgium
Swilderland.

Hugh S. Legaré, Chargé d'Affaires,
John G. Boker, Cons. Gen. Switzl di Brussels.
Russia,

Wm. D. Patterson, Con Antwerp. J. Randoljih Clay, Ser. nf Legation

Austria.
and acting Chargé d'Affaires, Charles Barnet, Consul, Venice.
A. P. Gibson), Consul, St. Petersb’g George Moore, do. Trieste,
John Ralli, do, Odessa.

J. G. Schwartz, do. Vienna.
Henry Schielen), do. Tagaprog.
Edmund Brandi, do. Arrhangel Frederick Kahl, Consul, Darmstadt
Spirin.

Fred. List, Consul, Barlen. C. P. Van Ness, Envov Extr'dinary Robert de Ruedorffer, do. Munich. and Minister Plenipotentiary.

Swrden and Norway. Arthur Middleton, jr Ser of Legat'n Christ. Hughes, Charté n'Affaires Alex Burton, ('onsul Cadiz. Daviit Erskine, Consul, Storkholin William Sterling, do Bairropa. C. A lur y, no Gollenburg.

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Ministers and Consuls of the United Stutes. 117 Helmich Janson, do. Bergen, Nori Barbary Powers. way.

Geo. F. Brown, Commercial Agent,
do Bartholomew. Algiers.
Denmark.

Samuel D. Heap, Consul, Tunis,
Henry Wheaton, Chargé d'Affaires. D. S. McCauley, do. Tripoli.
C. J. Hambro, Consul, Copenhagen J. R. Leib, do. Tangier, Morocco.
N. Levy, do. Island of Thomas.

United Merican Slules.
J Ridgway, do. Island of St. Croix. Anthony Butler, Chargé d'Affaires.
Thos. H. Barker, do. Elsineur. Mexico.
Prussia.

Richard Pollard, Consł.l, Mexico. Wm. Troost Simons, Consul, Elber- George R Robertson, do. Tainpico velt.

Thomas Reiley, do. Aguatulco.
Frederick Schillow, do. Stettin. Harvey Gregg, do. Acapulco.
Saxony.

James James, do, Vera Cruz and
C. Goehring, Consul, Leipzig. Alvarado,

Hanseatic Towns. Daniel W. Smith, du. Matamoros,
John Cuthberi, Consul, Hamburg. John S. Langham, do. Chihuahua.
Joshua Dodge, do. Bremen. James Davis, do. Santa Fe.
do Lubec.

James W. McGoffin, do. Saltillo.
Ernest Schwendler, do. Frankfort. Henry Perrine, do. Cainpeche.
Italian States.

James L. Kennedy, do. Guyamas,
Thomas Appleton, Consul, Leghorn Mazatlan, and San Blas.
James Ombrosi, do. Florence. David G. Burnet, Co. Galvestov.
R. Campbell, do. Genoa.

do San Antonio. Victor A Sasserna, do, Nice:

do Guazacoalco. Roman States, and Kingdom of the C.W Davis, do. Petic and Guaymas Two Sicilies.

Daniel N. Pope, Consul, Tobascu.
Felix Cicogwani, Consul, Rome. John W. Langdon, j: Con. Laguna,
Alexander Hamimet, do. Naples. Island del Carmen.
Benjamin Gardner, dn. Palermo. Austen J. Raines, do Monterey,
Johu L. Payson, do. Messina.

North California.
Turkey.

Thomas Wooldridge, do Brazoria,
David Porter, Chargé d'Affaires. Texas.
Dragoman.

New Granada.
do Constantinople. Robert B. McAfee, Chargé d'Af-
David Omey, Consul, Smyrna. taires, Bogota.
W. B. Lewellen, Consular Agent, John M. Macpherson, Consul, Car-
Salonica.

thagena.
Dalmas Devenant, do. Stancho. J.G. A. Williamson, do. Laguayra.

Emanuel Saina rissa, do. Tenedos. Alex. Danouille, do. Santa Martha,
Nicholas Luca Perick, do. Bronsa.

do Guayaquil.
Dr. Marino Lazzaro, do. Darda-

do Maracaibo. nelles,

F. Litchfield, 19. Porto t'abello, Syria.

JB Ferand, do. Panamá.
1. Chasseaud, Consular Ageut, Da- Thomas F Knox, do. Angostura.
mascus, Beirout, Balbec, Said,&c

Brasil.
David Darmon, do. Jerusalern, and Ethan A. Brown, Chargé d'Affaires.
City and Port of Jaffa.

Joon Martin Baker, Consul, Rio de
D. Bowal, do. Canea.

Janeiro.
Egypt.

Woodbridge Odlin, do. San Salvador
John Gliddon, C. A. Alexandria. Join T. Mansfieid, do Pernambuco.

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Foreign Ministers, &.c. in the United States.

Cons Pasa. D. Wynne, Cous. St. Jago de Chile. Weshua Bond, do. Montevideo.

kepublic of Peru. í harles B Allen, do. Maranham. Samuel Larued, Chargé d'Affaires, Isaac A Hayes, do. Rio Grande.

Lima. George Black, do. Santos. William F. Taylor, Consul, Quilca, Lemuel Wells, do. St. Catherines. Arica and Arequipa.

Republic of Central America. Asa Worthingtou, do. Lima. Charles G De Witt, Chargé d'Af.

, do, Paita. faires, Guatemala.

Hayti, (Sl. Domingo.) Chas. Savage, Consul, Guatemala. F.M, Dimond, C.A. Port Au Prince. Gregory Coursault, do. Truxillo. William Miles, do. Aux Cayes.

Republic of Buenos Ayres. Samuel Israel, do Cape Haytien. G.W. Slacum, Cons. Buenos Ayres Sanduich Islands. Chile.

John C. Jones, jr., Commercial John Hamni, Chargé d'Affaires, Agent, Sandwich Islands. St. Jago de Chile.

China. Thomas S. Russell, C Valparaiso. (Jno. H. Grosvenor, Consul, Canton.

POREIGN MINISTERS IN THE UNITED STATES. During the past year, the following changes have occured in the Foreign Missions to this country: Sir Charles R. Vaughan, Envoy Extra'ry and Min. Plen. of Great Britain, in the place of vis. Bankhead, Chargé d'Affaires; Busop De Krudener, E E. and M. l'. of Russia, in the place of Baron Sacken, Chargé d'Affaires : M. Adr. Martini, Chargé d'Affaires of the Netherlands, in the place of R. Huygens ; D. Joaquio Maria de Castillo, Chargé «i'Affaires of Mexico, in the place of Sr. Yturbide ; D. Cavalcanti al'Albuquerque, Chargé d'Affaires of Brazil, in the place of Mr. Ribeiro ; Chevalier S. Lorich, Chargé d'Affaires, ad into of Sweden, in the place of Mr. Ankarloo, absent un leave; Don Francisco Taconi, late Minister Resident of Spain, has been promoted to the rank of Envoy Extra orrioary and Minister Plenipotentiary, and has been recognised as such by the President.

For the protecuon of the persons o! Foreign Ministers, by the act of 30th April, 1790, it is provided that if any wsit or process shall at any

time be sued forth or prosecuted loy any person or persons, in any of the courts of the United States, or in any courts of a particular State, or by any judge or justice therein, respectively, where by the person of any a nibassador, or other public ministei of any foreign prince or State, authorize' and received as such by the President of the United States, or any domestic, or domestic servini, of any such ambussador or other public minister, may be arrested or imprisoned, or his, or their goods or chattels be distrained, seized, or attached, such writ or process shall be deemed and adjudged as utterly null aud void, to all intents, constructions, and purposes, whatsoever.

In case any person or persons sball sue forth or prosecute any such writ or process, such person or persons, and all attorneys or solicitors prosecuting or soliciting in such case, and all officers executing any such writ or process, being thereof convicted, shall be deemed violators of the laws of nations and disturbers of the public repose, and imprisoned not exceeding three years, and fined at the discretion of the court. citizen or inhabitant of the Voited States, who shall have contracted

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