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398,500 34 157,259 16

40 00 379 73

52 50 47,218 03 11,637 66 33,526 95 17,367 90 11,870 74 22,335 02 17,615 65 4,871 96 8,144 82 14,298 56 2,608 921

2,730 00 18,456 27 14.233 91

5,750 00 2,500 00 18,135 51

Pay of militia and volunteers of Illinois and other States..
Claims of South Carolina.......
Ransom of Capuves of the late war................
Relief of officers and others engaged in the Seminole war..
Relief of a con.pany of rangers under Captain Bigger....
Reliet of sundry individuals....
Civilization of Indians................
Pay of lodian agents............................
Pay' of ludian subagents..................

Pieseuts to Indians........................................
Pay of interpreters and translators........... .............
Pay of gun and blacksmiths, and assistants....... ........
1101), steel, coal, &c., for gun and blacksmiihs' shops......
Transportation and distribution of annuities......

Provisious for Dvorlia'ns at the distribution of annuities.
Provisions for ludians moving west in 1831..
Houses for agents and blacksmiths' shops.......
Efferring treaty with Cherokees.........
Extinguishment of Cherokee claims to lands in Georgia
Conducting a deputation of Indians from the head waters

of the Missouri to Washington city, and back..........
Címu and other provi-ious for Seminole lodians
Coutingencies of Corlian Department... .........
ludian annuities, and other similar objects, per act 4ih

June, 1833.........
Choctaw schoo's
To provide for an exchange of lands and the removal of

Jorials ............
Vaccination of Indian tribes
Visits of Indians to the seat of Government........
Effecting treaty with the Florida Indians.
Effecting treaty with Creek Indian..
Compensation to Cherokee emigrants from Georg a...
Effecting treaty with Potta watamins.....

Wyandou delegation to Washington in 1832....
Cherokee delegijou to Washington in 13:32........

Kelief of friendly ludians on the Northwesteru frontier...
Deficienèy due to Srneca Jodians.. .......................
Three commissioners to treat with Indians....
Effecting certain Indian (reaties, act 24th May, 1823......
Effecting certain Indian creaties, acı 25th March 1830
Effecting the creaty of Butte des Morts..........
Effecting treaty with the Seneca Indians.....
Expenses of holding certain lodin treaties, act 716 April,

1830..
Expenses of holding certain Indian treaties, act 9th July,

1832.... Effecting certain Indian treaties, act 13th January, 1831.. fecung certain luulian treaties, art 20 March, 1831 To effert certain lurian treaties, per acı 21 March, 1831,

and 4th June, 1832 .

288,951 70

2,121 03

291,412 66 5,692 00

394 42

195 00 7,342 94 10,551 30

200 00 400 00

675 50 3,795 00 2,614 40 4,000 00 5,127 85 1,932 84

249 90 1,269 50

687 421

20,000 00

1,000 00 71 886 25

57,235 021

Sripulations of certain treaties for 1831, per act of 20th
April, 1832....

44,796 50
Stipulations of certain treaties with Creeks, Shawnees, &c.
per act 4th June, 1832 .........
......

101,230 01 Effecting certain Indian treaties, per act 13th July, 1832.. 167,080 63 Extinguishment of Indian titles to lands in Missouri and

Illinois, and other purposes, per act of 14th July, 1832. 56,007 63 Annuities............

5,012 501

7,988,499 55
From which deduct the following repayments :
Fort Jackson.......

96 35
Arrearages of Indian Department prior to 1829 734 14
Treaty with the Choctaws and Chickasaw's for
lands in Mississippi.........

...... 1,214 39
Suppression of Indian aggressions on the frontiers
of Georgia and Florida....

359 91
Aiding Creeks in their removal........

2,808 34 Effecting treaty with the Choctaws.. ..... 410 00

5,022 52 Total for Military Establishment ....... $7,982,877 03

NAVAL ESTABLISHMEN.

Pay and subsistence of the Navy.....

vi 1,337,053 83| Pay of superintendents, naval constructors, &c,

62,921 23 Provisions....

369,987 66 Medicines and hospital stores......

21,317 56 Repairs and improvement of navy yards......

48,429 00 Navy yard, Portsmouth, N. H..................

30,666 00 Navy yard, Boston, Mass..................

41,361 21 Navy yard, New York........

52,278 82 Navy Yard, Philadelphia

8,838 71 Navy Yard, Washington City....

19,783 80 Navy yard, Norfolk, Va........

76,070 68 Navy yard, Pensacola, Florida...

24,546 01 Timber shed, Portsmouth, N. H..

121 58 Timber sheds, Boston, Mass...... ...........................

485 54 Timber sheds, Norfolk, Va.................

6,166 30 Timber docks, Washington, Norfolk, and Boston.. .... 4,952 37 Wharf at navy yard, Pensacola .......

25,539 25 Repairing and enlarging wha:ves at Washington and Nor

8,772 43 Repairs of storehouses at Washington, and for two building ways at Norfolk....

6,417 401 Ordnauce and ordnance stores..............

11,746 35 Gradual increase of the Navy......

11,754 35 Gradual improvement of the Navy.....

475 735 99 Repairs of vessels........

560.080 81 Covering and preserving ships in ordinary......

8,065 00 Building and equipping and employing three scboovers.... 17,864 941

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Rebuilding the frigate Macedoniall..
Navy hospital at Norfolk....
Furniture for navy hospital at Norfolk....
Navy hospital fuyd
Navy pension fund................
Agency on the coast of Africa (mohibitig slave trade) ....
Removal and erection of naval monument................
Survey of Narraganselı bay.................. ...ovo.
Arreatages for surveys of coasts and harbors.....

Relief of suodry individuals..
Balance due Waters Smith..................e
Copungent expenses...........

312,938 07
From which deduel the following repoymenis :
Contingent expenses, for 1831
Do. do. for 1825........ 6 25

do. for 1893......., 4,275 53
Do. do. not enumerated 18.9 982 54

19,093 24

8,763 0 27.055 9 4,774 2

7,515 50 160,0417 05 1,659 45

200 00 2,911 17 3,891 50 4,795 73 3,330 61

...... 5,103 87

Do.

Pay and subsistence of the marine corps...... ......
Clothing for the marine corps......
Medicines and hospital stores fon the marine corps........
Military stores of the marine corps
Fuel for marine corps ............
Contingent expenses of the marine corps...........
Marine barracks at Philadelphie...oo

302.843 83 133,335 53 31.923 01 2,417 58 3,113 43 9.374 45 15,923 82 6,000 00

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3,957,849 37 From which deducl the following repayments : Privateer fund........

. 991 40 Timber shed at Washington.... Repairs oi sloops of war......................

348 13

1,479 03 Total for the Naval Establishment.........

3,956,370 29

.... 139 55

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PUBLIC DE3T,

Inierest on the funded debt.......

772,561 50 Redemption of the 45 per cent stock, per act 24th May, 1824....

1,739,524 01 Kedemption of the exchanged 40 per cent. stock, per act 26th May, 1824......

2,205,956 41 edirempuon of the exchanged 5 per ceni, stock, per act 2011 April, 18-2.

56,704 77 Redemption of the 3 per cent. stock......................... 13,064,723 18 nicipal and interest of Treasury notes ....................

591 68 Paying certain pails of domestic debt.. ..

247 74 Public debt........

17,840,309 29

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RECAPITULATION. Civil...........

........$1 800,757 71 Miscellaneous............................................ 2,451,202 64 Foreign Intercourse.........................

325.181 07 Military Establishment.

7,982,877 03 Naval Establishment .............no

3,956,370 29 Public debt., ......

17,840,309 23 Total Expenditures, in 1832.

$34,356,698 06

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A Stalement exhibiling the duties which accrued on merchandise, tonnage,

and light money; of debentures; drawback ; bounties; and allow. ances ; and of expenses of colleclion ; during the year ending on the

31st December, 1832. Duties on merchandise......

$28,270,578 09 Toupage and light money........

49,561 40

$28,320,139 49 Drawback on foreign merchandise........94,582,641 89 Drawback on domestic refined sugar, and domestic distilled spirits...

45,950 65 Bounties and allowances..............

234,137 27

4,362,729 81 Gross revenue, in the year, 1832......................... $23,457,409 63 Expenses of collection........

1,278,674 33 Nett revenue in the year, 1832......

$99,178,135 30

Stalement exbibiling the amount of American and Foreign tonnage, emo

ployed in the foreign trade of the United Stales, during the year ending

on the 31st December, 1832. American tonnage in foreign trade.......

........ Tons 972,282 Foreign do. do.

do 412, 104 Total tonnage employed in the foreign trade.... Tons 1,334,386

do........

Proportion of foreign tonnage to the whole amount of tonnage employed in the foreign trade of the United States, 2.97 10 100.

Slalement of the funded and unfunded debt of the Uniled Slales on the 1st

Jinuniy, 1834.
Stocks.
Date of acts con-

Amount.

stitut'gile stochs *Funded lebt-five per cent stock Mar. 3, 1821

1$4,722,200 29 Unfuniled deli-registered debt,

being claims for services and supplies during the revolu. tionary war.......

July 9, 1798 27,476 70 + Treasury notes issued during the

Jate war..................... Feb. 24, 1815 6,025 00 + Mississippi stock Mar, 3, 1815 4,320 09

37,821 79

4,760,08 08 * Redeemable after 1st January, 1835. Redeemable on presentation.

Statement of Receip's, Expenditures and Appropriations for the year 1832, with the Tolal annount froin 1789 to 1832, inclusive.

RECEIPTS.
in 1832.

from 1789 to 1832. Customs............................ $28,465,237 24 $594,909.067 29 Internal Revenue................ 11,6.30 65 22,235,269 81 Direct Taxes..................... 6,791 13 12,736,888 60 Postage.....

244 95 1,091,223 61 Public Lauds........

2,623,381 03 40,627,250 92 Loans, Treasury Notes, &c......

156,181,573 57 Dividends and sale of Bank Stock, 659,000 00 11,052,506 30 Miscellaneous.......

99,276 16 5,428,892 33 Total Receipts....

31,865,561 16 844,262.668 43

from 1789 to 1832. $37,158,047 31 24,143,582 33 32,194,703 11

EXPENDITORES.

in 1832. Civil List...................... $1,800,757 74 Foreign Intercourse................ 325,181 07 Miscellaneous..............

2,451,202 6+ Military EstablishmentMilitary service, including Forti.

fications, Arsenals, Armories,

Ordnance, Int'l Improv'ts, &c. 5,446,034 88 Revolutionary Pensions........ 1,057,121 58 Other Pensious..........

127,300 82 Indian Department.............. 1,352,419 75 Naval Establishment............. 3,956,370 29 Public Debt..............

17,840,309 29 Total Expenditures................ 34,356,698 06 Balance in the Treasury...... .. • 2,011,777 55

190.538,643 21 17,298,282 22 6,710,307 23 13,413.188 16 112,703,933 23 408,090,204 08 842,250,890 88

from 1789 to 1832, $38,731,877 67 29,714,553 88 36,808,051 24

APPROPRIATIONS.

in 1832. Civil List......

$1,758,279 69 Foreigo Intercourse......... ...... 338,381 89 Miscellaneous..

2,946,392 70 Military Establishment

Military services, iocluding, &c. 5.417,279 40
Revolutionary Pensions........ 1,344.265 34
Other Pensions.................. 172,992 50

Indian Department............... 1,954,586 77
Naval Establishment.............. 4,465,573 53
Public Debt....................... 18,078,938 85
Total Appropriations.

36,476,690 67 Amount Carried to Surplus Fund.. 137,000 31 Balance of Appropriations......... 6,978,404 61

199,86.1,400 70 17,605,597 31

7,032,567 17 15,943,656 77 118,114,724 81 408,607,554 01 872,419,983 56

23,190,688 07

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