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FISCAL CONCERNS.

We give below from the last Treasurer’s Report, the state of the Finances of the Commonwealth on the termination of the last Fiscal Year.

Amount of Receipts and Disbursements on account of the Commonwealth,

in the Fiscal Year, ending with the 30th September, 1834.- Also the balances to the credit of the Commonwealth at the commencement of the year.

RECEIPTS.

To balance on hand 1st day of October, 1833, as per last annual report,

$185221 69 To amounts received in fiscal year, ending with 30th Septem

ber, 1834, on the following accounts, viz; Arrears of taxes,

2229 07 Clerks of county and corporation courts,

6777 80 Clerks of superior. courts,

7248 90 Clerks of appeals,

199 50 Inspectors of tobacco,

4573 32 Miscellaneous receipts,

7542 68 Militia fines,

8867 59 Notarial seals,

3086 69 Privy seals,

53 20 Penitentiary agent,

7000 00 Register of the land office,

5111 15 Revenue taxes of 1833,

318272 74 Revenue taxes of 1834,

23630 64 Redemption of land,

5496 94 Unappropriated land,

2135 19 Washington monument fund,

1109 42

To amount received in fiscal year, ending the 30th Sept. 1834, 403334 83

8588556 52 Receipts in each quarter,-- 1st, $324897 88; 20, 25937 43; 30, 35079 39;

4th, 17420 13.

DISBURSEMENTS.

By amounts disbursed in fiscal year, ending with 30th September, 1834, on the following accounts, viz : Arsenals,

5951 70 Criminal charges,

32240 20 Contingent fund,

13828 60 Contingent expenses courts,

22625 38 Civil prosecutions,

47 15 Cavalry equipments,

1084 43 Expenses representation,

599 75 General appropriation,

24417 91 General account revenue,

28031 00 General Assembly,

90140 88 Guards in the country,

1821 99 Interest on public debt,

2372 35 Interest on Chesapeake and Ohio canal stock, 12588 91 Jerman Baker,

1 80 Lunatic hospitals,

34500 00 Militia fines,

10641 67 Military contingent,

1668 76 Manufactory of arms,

1280 00 Officers of government,

78815 24 Officers of militia,

3707 40 Officers of penitentiary,

7826 32 Penitentiary criminal charges,

4754 27 Penitentiary house expenses,

3010 96 Penitentiary building,

8319 43 Pensioners,

2308 42 Public guard,

19224 92 Public warehouses,

2842 72 Public roads,

2000 00 Revolutionary half pay claims,

12167 00 Repairs of governor's house,

937 06 Repairs of the armony,

1515 01 Sinking fund,

132 90 Slaves executed,

3222 00 Slaves transported,

11190 00 Washington monument fund,

1000 00 Warrants on account,

4121 07

By amount disbursed in fiscal year, ending 30th Sept., 1834, 472337 20 By balance on hand 1st October, 1834,

.116219 32

$588556 52

Balances at the end of each quarter, 1st, $394876 48; 2nd, $252352 75;

3d, $177568 17; 4th, $116219 32.

REVENUE.

The following table taken from the last Auditor's Report, exhibits the

amount of Taxes arising on Lots, Lands, Slaves, Horses, Carriages, and on Licenses to Merchants, Pedlars, Keepers of Ordinaries and Houses

of Entertainment, and E.chibitors of Shows, fc. for 1834: Counties. Totals. Isle of Wight,

$1876 54 Accomack, $3170 68 Jackson,

227 22 Albemarle, 6908 33 James City,

670 28 Alleghany, 488 24 Jefferson,

4848 08 Amelia, 2889 24 Kanawha,

1585 13 Amherst, 3116 85 King George,

1760 75 Augusta, 6717 19 King William,

2563 03 Bath, 848 07 King and Queen, •

2296 31 Bedford, 4613 99 Lancaster,

989 79 Berkeley, 3267 48 Lee,

650 61 Botetourt, 3760 37 Lewis,

689 91 Brooke, 1287 74 Logan,

176 84 Brunswick, 3751 56 Loudoun,

8817 32 Buckingham, -5132 87 Louisa,

3840 38 Cabell, 635 66 Lunenburg,

2452 17 Campbell, 6697 10 Madison,

2211 51 Caroline, 4533 33 Mason,

799 17 Charles City, 1413 74 Matthews,

950 07 Charlotte, 4361 41 Mecklenburg,

5104 96 Chesterfield, 5252 08 Middlesex,

806 90 Culpeper, : 3330 94 Monongalia,

1392 52 Cumberland, 2985 88 Monroe,

1203 65 Dinwiddie, 7042 78| Montgomery,

1289 69 Elizabeth City, 866 58 Morgan,

536 84 Essex, 2423 37 Nansemond,

2064 18 Fairfax, 2996 18 Nelson,

2787 08 Fauquier, 7344 28 New Kent,

1257 88 Fayette, 215 94 Nicholas,

303 36 Floyd, 326 31 Norfolk County,

3728 33 Fluvanna, 2132 60 Norfolk Borough,

5723 80 Franklin, 2194 36 Northampton,

1982 74 Frederick, 9119 67 Northumberland,

1242 08 Giles, 553 23 Nottoway,

2580 87 Gloucester, 2172 50 Ohio,

2819 25 Goochland, 3407 87 Orange,

3852 50 Grayson, 468 97 Page,

1341 42 Greenbrier, 1671 97 Patrick,

849 31 Greensville, 1983 27 Pendleton,

1090 98 Halifax, 6178 43 Pittsylvania,

5265 82 Hampshire, 2411 92 Pocahontas,

373 29 Hanover, 4689 40 Powhatan,

2792 87 Hardy, 2609 49 Preston,

492 27 Harrison, 1708 27 Princess Anne,

1907 50 Henrico, 14106 68 Prince Edward,

3814 89 Henry, 1201 96! Prince George,

1941 49 $1257 49 2711 55 989 04 727 55

Prince William, -
Randolph,
Rappahannock,
Richmond,
Rockbridge,
Rockingham,
Russell,
Scott,
Shenandoah,
Southampton,
Spottsylvania,
Stafford,

82668 48fSurry,

639 47 Sussex,
1898 13 Smyth,
1177 08 Tazewell,
3195 27 Tyler, (no returns,)
4928 04 Warwick,
669 51 Washington,
524 63 Westmoreland,
3534 16 Williamsburg,
3096 28 Wood,
4103 58 Wythe,
2025 811 York,

350 74 2286 10 1560 26

382 16 1190 11 1901 42 823 45

Total amount of taxes included in above table, $291580 67 Tax on licenses to merchants, brokers, jewellers and auctioneers,

68346 66 Ditto to pedlars,

6455 42 Ditto to ordinary keepers,

16636 41 Ditto to houses of private entertainment, 3305 20 Ditto to venders of lottery tickets,

4129 69 Ditto to shows,

2310 00

101283 38

392864 05

Deduct as the estimated amount of insolvents, overcharges,

unascertained lands, and lands purchased for the com-
monwealth,

3000 00

389864 05

19493 20

Deduct sheriff's' commissions of 5 per cent.
Ditto

ditto of 2 per cent. for
prompt payment,

6871 09

26364 29

Add estimated nett amount from the county of Tyler,

363499 76

580 00

$364079 76

BANKS.

State of the Bank of the Valley, including its Officers of Discount and

Deposite, on the 2d day of December, 1883. Specie, 8133,257 33 Capital stock,

690,000 00 Notes of other banks, 127,398 94 Notes in circulation, 875,185 00 Due from other banks, 222,823 50 Due to other banks, 12,068 27 Bills and notes dis

Discount,

31,461 52 counted,

Contingent fund,

34,738 17 1,036 88 Deposite money,

150,743 35 80,445 91

$1,794,196 31 $1,794,196 311

} 1,229,233 75

Bond account,
Real estate,

State of the North-western Bank of Virginia, at Wheeling, November

28th, 1833. Capital stock Branch at Wellsburg,

850,000 00 bad 1,100 00 in suit 19,575 62

366,306 74

2,820 00 Due by Commonwealth of Virginia,

770 00 Due by other banks,

18,782 06 Due by expense account,

539 25 Specie on hand,

36,674 00 Office notes,

1,530 00 Notes of other banks,

89,268 00 Bank notes stolen,

68,456 00 Bank notes recovered,

35,882 00

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State of the North-western Bank of Virginia, Wellsburg Branch, No

vember 30th, 1833. Bills discounted, (no bad or doubtful debts)

94,231 29 Due by other banks,

12,539 84 Due by John List, Cashier,

287 72 Due by expense account,

220 68 Specie on hand.

19,877 52 Notes of other banks,

30,628 00

$157,785 05

Capital stock,
Bills in circulation,
Profit and loss,
Discounts received and premiums,
Due to other banks,
Due to depositors,

50,000 00 86,920 00

1,372 38 2,183 33 5,429 23 11,880 11

$157,785 07

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