House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d Session-49th Congress, 1st Session, Τόμος 2

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Sinking fund purchases Page
99
Funded debt A from October 1790 to September 1791
127
Short exhibit of the State debts
137
Interest table A on sums to be redeemed and invested in a 6 per cent stock c
156
Distribution of bonds and loan moneys No II 162
162
Sales of Government bills on Amsterdam payable in two and four months with interest
172
Probable surplus of revenue for 1792 G January 16 1793
178
Apºlº for reduction of public debt No 7 by act of Aug 12 1790 Treasury
201
Payments made on account of French debt A out of Antwerp loan Feb 13 1793 211
211
Public stocks from U S Gazette B y February 19 1793 231
231
Duties which have accrued from Aug 1789 to March 1790 No 2 Aug 25 1790
241
Finances annual report on revenue and expenditures Dec 20 1841 985
253
Domestic debt on Dec 31 1794 A Jan 9 1795 391
391
Unpaid of same mber 31 1794
397
Foreign debt of U S on 31 December 1795 amounts annually payable with interest
418
Sums required to pay 100 of 6 per cent stock supposing 14 per cent to be paid on last
432
Sinking fund redemption of the 6 per cent stock 4
439
Resignation of Secretary Wolcottloansremittances c
445
Operation of the sinking fund December 14 1801
451
Gfallatins facts and data on the public debt extracta December 18 1801
452
Debt of U S Jan 1 1802 with reimbursement of 6 per ct and deferred stock c P 456
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Table of surpluses and deficiencies March 31 1802 as they stood on the Treasury books
470
Treasury reportliquidation of the public debt extracts December 20 1802
471
Sinking fund report February 31803
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Louisiana and Florida imports c note
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Sinking fund report February 3 1804
479
Treasury report on the finances extract November 19 1804
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Sinking fund report extracts February 4 1805
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Dutch debt and Louisiana 6 per cent stock interest and remittances
482
Treasury report on the public debt extracts December 9 1805
483
Sinking fund report extracts February 4 1806
487
Sinking fund report on April 26 1806 E
491
Table for the redemption of 100 principal at quarterly periods for the extinction of
497
Sinking fund report extracts February 41807
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Special report on the public debt February 27 1807
501
Treasury report on the public credit extracts November 5 1807
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Sinking fund report extracts February 4 1808
507
Public debt from 1791 to 1808 extracts April 9 1808
508
Treasury report on the public debt extracts December 10 1808
510
Sinking fund report February 3 1809
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Report on the United Slates Bank in connexion with the 6 per cent stockloans and dividends March 2 1809
513
Treasury report on the public debt summary June 2 1809
518
Treasury report on the public debt c summary December 8 1809
525
Report to commissioners of sinking fund extract February 21810
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Report on public debt and finances extracts December 10 1810
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Report to commissioners on sinking fund extracts February 1 1811
530
Treasury report on public debt and finances abstract November 22 1811
531
Project for war loans irredeemable for ten years extracts Jan 10 1812
534
Report to commissioners of sinking fund extracts February 1 1812
537
The eleven million loan of 1812 treasury notes c May 14 1812
539
Loan of 11000000 1812 E
544
Louisiana stock transferable as old debt May 21 1812
545
Treasury reportrevenue and loansterms c extracts December 1812
546
Treasury note purchasers banks c Treasurers accounts to January 4 1813
550
Sinking fund report extracts February 5 1812
552
Treasury report on finances c extracts June 2 1813
556
Terms of the sixteen million loan July 28 1813
563
State of the finances January 8 1814
566
Treasury note proceeds for 1813 interest at 525 per cent
570
Report to commissioners of the sinking fund February 4 1814
573
Public debtrevised statement
575
Financial report september 23 1814 57 5578
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Support of public credit by a system of taxationnational bankdebenture certifi cates
587
Propositions for taxes national bank c tabular exhibits Oct 14 1814 589595
589
A fortyfive million issue of treasury notes proposed c
595
Funds to meet the payment of the public debt December 21814
597
Exhibit of the treasury embarrassments Dec 2 1814 598600
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Propriety of legalizing the pay ment of claims in government slock and treasury notes December 191814
602
State of the treasury at the close of the year 1814 and a plan for providing the ways and means for 1815
603
Sinking fund report February 6 1815
611
Estimated revenues for 1815 for a peace establishmenta new loannew issue of treasury notesprohibition of the exportation of specie recommended Fe...
614
Proposition for payiner interest and the gradual reduction of the stock created during the war February 24 1815
619
Financial operations of the late warmoney matters of 1815support of public
623
creditnational circulating mediumreport to Congress December 6 1815
623
Treasury notes small amount and prices E
658
temporary in 1815 K
666
Dallass plan of a national bank December 24 1815
670
Pan of a national bank stock and capital of tabular viewcapital 35000000 to 50000
675
Report to commissioners of sinking fund February 6 1816
676
Public debt report on Nov 21 1818statement
722
Sinking fund purchases 1819 728
728
Report on sinking fund extracts February 5 1818
731
U condition of at dates and places specified 763767
763
Bank capital in twentytwo States and one Territory from 1814 to 1817
769
Public debt annual report on recapitulatory Dec 1 1820 776
776
Crawfords report on the currencybank capitalsuspension of specie payments
778
Sinking fund calculations on its operation December 25 1821 782784
782
Funded debt estimate of to October 1 1822
788
Finances and public debt annual report on Dec 22 1825 802
802
Funded debt precise nature and amountsummary statement
809
Finances and debt annual report on Dec 8 1827 with stocks created and when redeem
816
Revenue c of 1826 and 1827 tabular view of 818 8 19
821
Funded debt exhibit as it will exist on 1st January 1829creation of stocks and their
833
Finances and public debt annual report on December 14 1829 841843
841
Finances and public debt annual report on Dec 15 1830
846
Funded debt on January 1 1832 storks Л
858
Finances and debt annual report on December 17 1833
877
Finances and debt annual reporten Dec 2 1834 889891
889
Funded and unfunded debt on January 1 1834
895
Loans and treasury notes amount annually received from Mar 4 1789 to Dec 311843 918
918
Financée and debt surplus in the treasury and the disposition of it by enactment to
927
State banks their condition in 1834 1835 and about January 1 1836 936
936
Treasury report on finance mint and currency extracts December 6 1836
945
Banks a comparative view of on January 1 1836 and January 1837 and since the пи
951
Treasury report on finance currency resumption of specie payments c extracts
953
Buiks their condition according to returns about 1st Jan 1837 and 1st Jan 1838 957960
957
Treasury report on finance public debt and treasury notes extracts December
963
Public debt apd redemption of treasury notes 972
972
Banks general statement of to about 1st January 1840 979
979
Finances annual report on December 15 1842
988
Treasury report on revenue public debt c extracts December 20 1841
991
Loans of 18415000000 addition theretonames of subscribers amount rate of inter
994
Loans of 1842 sales at par c names of subscribers amount rate of interest c total
1008
Debt on 1st December 1843
1015
Summary exhibit from preceding statements
1022
British funding system compiled from Hamilton Baily Pebrer Parliamentary authorities
1025
State debts a short exhibit of with remarks 1028
1028
State debts showing the redemption of 100 of 3 per cent stock c 1034
1034
Gold and silver relative value of report to Congress May 4 1830 10431062
1043
106
1063
Gallatins letter on relative value of gold and silver chiefly applied to French coins 10701077
1070
Specie price and average monthly nominal rate of exchange at New York from January
1078
Gold and silver coins and bullion average exchanges and premiums on at New York 1983
1084
American mines chiefly South American amount of gold and silver extracted from
1090
Coinage annual at the branch mints N Orleans Dahlonega Ga and Charlotte N C
1099
Philadelphia º their prices from 1814 to 1837 inclusive 11061128
1106
Philadelphia rates of exchange in 1825 and 1826
1129
New York rates of exchange in January and February 1838
1147
at Bos
1154
Highest and lowest prices of specie in Philadelphia from 1834 to 1838 and in New York
1160
Philadelphia rates of exchange on London Paris and Amsterdam from 1815 to 1838
1166
in New York in 1841 c 1172
1172
New York leading stocks their prices in 1841 and 1842 1178
1178
New York rates of stock at dates in the table
1184
troller in London
1187
Amount of British loans contracted yearly
1194
Total amount of British debt including the cancelled debt
1206
British debt from 1689 to 1813
1213
Management of the British national debt
1216
Mr Vansittarts plan of finance
1219
Unfunded British debt
1222
Examination of Lord Henry Pettys plan of finance 12271230
1227
Examination of Mr Vansittarts plan of finance
1230
General observations on sinking funds 12341238
1234
Account of the British stocks
1238
Manner of transacting British loans
1241
Comparison of Mr Vansittarts plan of finance with the former system taxes levied
1246
Interest in general
1247
Table showing the annuity for thirty or fifty years to be given in exchange for every 100
1254
1016
1256
Peels new and responsible English banking system its results in tables c 12601263
1260
French debt in 1843 budget Bank of France c
1263
Budget of revenue of the Netherlands 1844
1267
Belgium debt in 1844 and budget of 1844
1270
Sold mines in Russia their productiveness 1273
1273
National debt of Europe aggregates
1278
1020
1281

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Σελίδα xxiv - States, as may be by law required of hint ; to make report, and give information, to either branch of the Legislature, in person or in writing, (as he may be required,) respecting all matters referred to him by the Senate or House of Representatives, or which shall appertain to his office ; and, generally, to perform all such services, relative to the finances, as he shall be directed to perform.
Σελίδα 686 - ... the payment of the interest and the redemption of the principal of the debt; but in this too much has been conceded.
Σελίδα 820 - That the deposits of the money of the United States, in places in which the said bank and branches thereof may be established, shall be made in said bank or branches thereof, unless the Secretary of the Treasury shall at any time otherwise order and direct ; in which case the Secretary of the Treasury shall immediately lay before Congress, if in session, and if not, immediately after the commencement of the next session, the reasons of such order or direction.
Σελίδα 415 - The emitting of paper money by the authority of Government is wisely prohibited to the individual States by the national constitution, and the spirit of that prohibition ought not to be disregarded by the Government of the United States. Though paper emissions, under a general authority, might have some advantages not applicable, and be free from some disadvantages which are applicable to the like emissions by the States, separately, yet they are of a nature so liable to abuse — and, it may even...
Σελίδα 212 - States, by virtue of the power and authority in me vested by the constitution, and in the name of the sovereign people of the United States, do hereby proclaim and declare, unconditionally and without reservation, to all and to every person who directly or indirectly participated in the late insurrection or rebellion, a full pardon and amnesty for the...
Σελίδα 359 - An Act supplementary to the Act making Provision for the Debt of the United States...
Σελίδα 20 - Among these express powers are the powers: "to lay and collect taxes, duties, imposts and excises . . . [and] to regulate commerce with foreign nations and among the several states.
Σελίδα 443 - An act making further provision for the support of Public Credit, and for the redemption of the Public Debt...
Σελίδα xxiv - to establish the Treasury Department," the 4th section of that act says: "It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to receive and keep the moneys of the United States, and to disburse the same upon warrants drawn by the Secretary of the Treasury, countersigned by the Comptroller, and recorded by the Register, and not otherwise.
Σελίδα xxiv - Treasury to digest and prepare plans for the improvement and management of the revenue, and for the support of public credit...

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