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Detailed statement of the Bank of Virginia, and its several Branches,

January 1st, 1834. *Debt outstanding :

Stock of James River : Richmond,

2,498,175 44 Company 6 per Norfolk,

100,000 00 726,273 81 cent stock, Petersburg,

1,037,956 94 Fredericksburg, 648,335 12

Real estate : Lynchburg, 681,046 79 Richmond,

114,465 89 Danville, 340,529 22 Norfolk,

64,783 63 Charleston, 268,085 13 Petersburg,

78,658 52 Fredericksburg,

29,155 44 $6,200,402 45 Lynchburg,

25,843 77 Specie: Richmond 179,076 16

312,907 25 Norfolk,

16,943 83 Petersburg, 86,750 15

Total, $7,466,425 68 Fredericksburg,

45,363 60 Lynchburg,

16,366 84 Capital stock: 2,740,000 00 Danville,

55,561 85 Notes in circulation: Charleston, 35,863 40 Richmond,

821,000 00 Norfolk,

186, 140 00 $435,925 83 Petersburg,

585,065 00 Notes of other banks :

Fredericksburg,

375,360 00 Richmond, 24,155 00 Lynchburg,

435,240 00 Norfolk, 33,745 00 Danville,

310,065 00 Petersburg, 3,615 00 Charleston,

256,890 00 Fredericksburg,

34,541 15 Lynchburg, 13,323 39

$2,969,760 00 Danville,

10,745 001 Balance due to other banks : Charleston, 10,630 00 Richmond,

106,308 78 Norfolk,

15,774 24 $130,754 54 Petersburg,

87,774 87 Charleston, 19,336 46 Lynchburg,

3,686 38 Balances due from other

Danville,

900 14 banks, Fredericksburg, 90,029 06

$214,444 41 Balance the treasurer U. States: $109,365 52 Richmond

15,759 94 Foreign bills of exchange: Norfolk,

9,000 00 Richmond, 145,766 52 Petersburg,

25,669 26 Petersburg, 29,716 34 Fredericksburg,

20 92 Fredericksburg, 1,587 23 Lynchburg,

83 21

$177,070 09

850,553 39

* In this item is included domestic or inland bills of exchange, at Richmond, at Petersburg,

698,270 61 383,556 34

$1,081,826 95 The amount at other banks does not appear as the returns do not distinguish.

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At Richmond, 1,000,000
Norfolk,

171,715 49*
16,728 81
42,750 29
28,640 00
32,047 87
15,687 17
11,349 92

17 17
3 80
9 50
9 543
10 685
10 46
11 35

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440,000 " Petersburg, 450,000

Fredericksburg, 300,000
Lynchburg, 300,000
Danville,

150,000 # Charleston,

100,000

$2,740,000

318,919 55 making an ag’ate of 11 64.

State of the Farmers' Bank of Virginia, and its sereral Branches, 1 st

January, 1834. Debt outstanding :

Specie : Richmond, 1,572,546 20 Richmond,

204,831 20 Norfolk, 692,482 78 Norfolk,

28,397 61 Petersburg, 642, 170 54 Petersburg,

40,139 70 Fredericksburg, 562,310 61 Fredericksburg,

41,779 30 Lynchburg, 576,851 93 Lynchburg,

36,917 00 Winchester, 378,614 26 Winchester,

22,486 40 Danville, 56,360 00 Danville,

717 70

$4,471,336 32

8375,268 91

• Including $35,518 88 profit on bank stock sold

384,400 00 Whole amount of surplus fund, after payment of the last dividend,

323,391 35 Total of bad and doubtful debts to be provided for,

61,008 65 From which may be deducted whatever may be collected from the doubtful debts, and any gain by the destruction of notes in circulation, which may be fairly considered as equal to the balance of bad and doubtful debts.

Debts contracted and unpaid between the 1st January, 1833, and 1st January, 1834, viz. Richmond,

875,312 04 Norfolk,

223,973 00 Petersburg,

413,272 68 Fredericksburg,

189,983 78 Lynchburg,

477,680 00 Danville,

336,251 00 Charleston,

112,610 12 Making a total of

$2,629,082 62 All of which is good.

Foreign Notes:

(Fredericksburg, 257,325 00 Richmond 50,636 16 Lynchburg,

397,640 00 Norfolk, 37,204 52 Winchester,

147,720 00 Petersburg,

4,663 66 Fredericksburg, 4,365 00

$1,887,608 00 Lynchburg,

9,205 00 Winchester,

22,239, 97 Due to other banks: Danville,

615 00

Richmond, 126,958 76

Norfolk, 29,455 94 8128,929 31 66,998 96 Petersburg, Bank stock:

Fred'ksburg, 33,387 80 Richmond,

23,715 50 5,116 05 Lynchburg, Fredericksburg,

10,876 00

Winchester, 11,625 31

1,124 65 Danville,

$34,591 50 Real Estate:

73,239 66

201,427 81 Richmond, 91,918 09

73,239 66 Norfolk,

38,488 67 Petersburg, 35,791 48

128,188 15 Fredericksburg,

17,421 65. Deposite money ; Lynchburg, 22,993 58 Richmond,

811,080 29 Winchester, 24,490 18 Norfolk,

91,161 43 Petersburg,

137,383 33 $231,043 65 Fredericksburg,

75,7.46 22 Lynchburg,

91,704 47 $5,241,169 69 Winchester,

18,036 14 Stock: 2,000,000 00 Danville,

261 66 Notes in circulation : Richmond, 552,688 00

1,225,373 54 Norfolk,

155,600 00 Petersburg, 376,635 00

Total $5,241,169 69

Statement of bad and doubtful debts due the Farmers' Bank of Virginia,

on the 1st January, 1834, and also the contingent fund: Bad debt last year,

178,833 45 Doubtful,

155,231 26

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Contingent fund, including January, 1834,
Profit on 502 shares of stock, valued at par,

287,556 18 159,488 39 15,608 50—175,096 89

Total bad and doubtful debt provided for,

$112,460 30

From which should be deducted whatever may be received, from debts. reported doubtful, and any gain by loss of notes in circulation.

Amount of debts contracted at the Farmers' Bank of Virginia and its Branches, during the year 1833, and which remained unpaid on 1st Janu

ary, 1834.

Bank at Richmond,

Fredericksburg,
Petersburg,
Norfolk,
Winchester,

965,387 13 496,180 23 357,122 26 176,163 62 96,047 00

$2,090,900 24

State of the Farmers" Bank of Virginia, including the branches 1st

January, 1834. Debts outstanding, 4,471,336 32 Stock,

2,000,000 00 Specie,

375,268 91 Notes in circulation, 1,817,608 00 Foreign Notes,

128,929 31 Due to other banks, 128,188 15 Bank Stock,

34,591 50 Deposite money, 1,225,373 54 Real Estate, 231,043 65

$5,241,169 69 85,241,169 69

Profits of Richmond, 13 58 per cent. In this estimate, the profits on bank Norfolk,

3 18 stock purchased some years ago, and Petersburg, 11 08

sold in 1833, are not included, not Fredericksburg, 12 41 belonging to the usual business estiWinchester,

6 71

mated-but being actually received, Danville,

3 97

add that to the current profits, and the Aggregate profits, 1 07

profits of Richmond, are 21 60 pr. ct. Contingent fund, 159,488 39

Norfolk, 4 10

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REMARKS.

Arrangement pursued in the description of counties.

cerns.

We have now completed our “General Description of Virginia ;" having presented in the first part a view of Natural Virginia, comprehending her Situation, Boundaries, Extent, Face of the Country, Mineralogy and Geology, Scenery and Natural Curiosities, Mountains, Bays, Harbours, Rivers, &c. and in the second, her Moral and Political Condition :-under which head we included, Population, Religion, Government and Laws, Arms and Military Organization, Provisions for the Insane, Penitentiary, Internal Improvement, Manufactures, Agriculture, Commerce, and Fiscal Con

We now proceed to give a more detailed account of the same subjects, taking the State, County, by County, in alphabetical order, and giving the origin of the county, an accurate and generally minute account of its topography, and a detail of the number, occupation, &c. of its Citizens, and of each Town and Village. In order to present a more condensed and connected view, than would have been possible by taking the counties of the whole Stale at once into consideration, in the confused order which an alphabetical arrangement would present; and as that arrangement was absolutely necessary for covenience of reference, we have divided the State into Eastern and Western Virginia, at the Blue Ridge, and made an alphabetical arrangement of the counties of each portion separately. The Towns, Villages, Post Offices, fc. are arranged in Alphabetical order in the counties to which they respectively belong; the County Town, and other places of more than usual importance, being distinguished by a larger type. An Alphabetical Index of all the places mentioned, and general subjects treated of, is at the end of the volume.

Under the head of Eastern VIRGINIA, we will consider all of the counties east of the Blue Ridge.

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