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Relief of James Peirce ...

430 00 Greenberry H. Murphey....

1,490 30 Militia Courts Martial, Colonel Wood, President 762 84

Do. Thomas C. Miller .........do...., 1,494 65
Do. T. More and D. Fere

..do.....

606 59 Do. General Steddiford

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17,839 24 Repairs and Contingencies of Fortifications 3,192 32 Fort Delaware

8,400 00 Monroe

27,592 32 Washington.

12,585 56 Calhoun

17,400 00 The Rigolets

48,006 84 Barracks at Baton Rouge.

8,108 16 Mobile Point ...

1,993 16 Survey of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers

276 00 Arsenal at Baton Rouge.....,

3,000 00 Materials for a Fort opposite Fort St. Philip

800 00 Balance due to the State of Maryland ......

527 00 Relief of \Villian Dooley.....

350 80 Relief of the Planter's Bank New Orleans

8,495 70 Bounties and Premiums

3,718 90 Preservation of Arms

2,200 00 Army Supplies.....

820 00 Expenses of Arsenals

585 50 Repairing Arms...

2,841 05 Repairs of Arsenals.

89 81 Preservation of Ammunition ...

1,550 00 Arming and equipping the Militia ..

332, 466 41 Gratuities, &c.

392 28 Armories

94,000 00 Cannon, Shot, &c...

1,000 00 Expenses of Recruiting

21 33 Revolutionary Pensions...

1,642,590 94 Military and Half-Pay Pensions

3,00935 90 Indian Department...

152,984 67 Civilization of the Indians.

1,373 80 Annuities to Indians, per Act 6 May, 1796 14,505 54 Do. 25 Feb. 1799

15,322 19 Do.

3 March, 1805 1,000 00 Do.

21 April, 1806 31,167 17 Do. 3 March, 1807

661 11 Do.

19 Feb. 1808 100,000 00 Do.

1 May, 1810 4,200 00 Do.

3 March, 1811 2,235 07 Do. 26 April, 1816

50 00 3 March, 1817 38,716 44 3 March, 1821 29,451 01

3 March, 1819 117,050 00 Do.

8 Jan, 1821 60,760 47

Do.
Do.
Do.

Annuities to Indians, per Act 15 May, 1820
Do.

7 May, 1822
Do.

7 May, 1822 Treaties with the Creeks and Cherokees..

Do with the Creeks.
Pay of Indian Agents
Do. Sub-Agents
Presents to Indians

6,000 00 15,100 00 18,107 10 25,010 43 8,331 27 7,000 00 3,750 00 4,935 59

Dollars 5,158,289 66 From which deduct the following Repayments, viz. Expenses of Recruiting

12,246 69 Balances due to certain States . 120,433 26 Bounties and Premiums.

29,006 58 Mobile Point

12,550 00 Gratuities

15,469 15 Cannon, Shells, &c.

8,478 95 Arsenal at Baton Rouge.

4,690 29 Powder Magazine at Frankfort, Pennsylvania....

17 50 Survey of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers

1,251 60 Survey of Water Courses, Mississippi..

184 46 Relief of T. C. Withers

187 00 Do. J. Harding ..

180 00 Bonndary Line between The United States and the Creeks ..

865 38 Do. of several cessions

15,000 00 Claims against the Osages

3,582 50 Arsenal at Watervliet

324 69
Treaty with the Indians in Missis-
sippi

3,610 93
228,078 98

4,930,210 68

Naval Department. viz.

Pay of the Navy.....
Provisions..
Medicines
Repairs of Vessels
Ordnance
Freight and Contingent Expenses ......
Navy Yards .....
Superintendents, &c.
Labourers, &c.........
Gradual Increase.
Pay and subsistence of the Marine Corps

533,071 56 113,6-19 99

10,476 42 217,279 59

822 81 141,062 54 34,663 75 19,225 71

9,703 01 425,483 09

48,192 43

...

Clothing of the Marine Corps....
Fuel

do.

do. Quartermaster's Stores and Contingencies, do.

26,277 50

724 95 15,990 13

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1,596,623 48 6,466,614 92 From which deduct the following Repayments, viz. Heads to which they apply: Purchase of Timber

11,584 67 Repairs of Vessels damaged in action....

984 00 Shot, Shells, and Military Stores.. 25,910 70 Repairs of the “ Constellation"

450 00 Seventy-fours and Frigates ....

4 00 Survey Coast of North Carolina

430 38 Widows and Orphans of Persons on board Epervier...

7,481 70 Military Stores, M. Corps........ 10,825 15

57,670 60

1,538,952 88 Publick Debt, viz. Interest, &c. Domestick Debt ....

4,163,656 47 Redemption of Louisiana Stock .....

5,294 12 Reimbursement of Mississippi Stock

23,388 94 Certain Parts Domestick Debt .....

438 99 Redemption of 6 per Cent. Stock of 1796 80,000 00 Principal and Interest of Treasury Notes ..

277 00

4,273,035 52

Dollars 12,278,653 32 Treasury Department, Register's Office, December 14, 1822.

JOSEPH NOURSE, Register,

(1.)-STATEMENT of the Funded Debt of the United

States, on the 1st October, 1821.
Deferred Stock, (unredeemed amount).... 1,783,257 66
Three

per
Cent. Stock....

13,295,956 04 Six per Cent. of 1796

80,000 00 Exchanged six per cent of 1812.

2,668,974 99 Louisiana six per Cent. Stock, (amount unapplied for)...

5,558 15

17,833,746 84 Six per Cent. Stock of 1812....

6,187,006 84 Six per

Cent. Stock of 1813...... (16 millions) .....

15,521,136 45 Six per Cent. Stock of 1813 (74 Millions)

6,836,232 39 Six per Cent. Stock of 1814

13,011,437 63 Six per Cent. Stock of 1815

9,490,099 10 Treasury Note six per Cent. Stock .... 1,464,895 07

8,606,355 27

Treasury Note seven per Cent. Stock ....
Five per Cent. Stock, (Subscription to

Bank United States)
Six
per

Cent. Stock of 1820 Five per

Cent. Stock of 1820... Five per

Cent. Stock of 1821.

7,000,000 00
2,000,000 00

999,999 13
4,735,296 30

75,852,458 18

Dollars 93,686,205 02

Note.—The estimated Amount per No. 1, of the Secretary's
Report of last Year, was

93,686,095 74 To which add this sum, then over estimated as reimbursement of deferred Stock.......

109 28 Making as above....Dollars 93,686,205 02

Treasury Department, Register's Office, December 2d, 1822.

JOSEPH NOURSE, Register.

(2.)-STATEMENT of the Debt of the United States on the

1st January, 1822.
Deferred Stock, (unredeemed amount)...... 1,526,077 06
Three

per
Cent. Stock ...

13,295,956 04 Six per Cent. Stock of 1796

80,000 00 Exchanged six per Cent. Stock of 1812..... 2,668,974 99

17,571,008 09 Six per Cent. Stock of 1812......

6,187,006 84 Six per Cent. Stock of 1813, (16 millions).. 15,521,136 45 Six per Cent. Stock of 1813, (7$ millions)... 6,836,232 39 Six per Cent. Stock of 1814

13,011,437 63 Six per Cent. Stock of 1815..

9,490,099 10
Treasury Note six per Cent. Stock.... 1,465,285 47
Treasury Note Seven per Cent. Stock...... 8,606,355 27
Five per Cent. Stock, (Subscription to Bank
United States) ......

7,000,000 00 Six per Cent. Stock of 1820

2,000,000 00 Five

per
Cent. Stock of 1820

999,999 13 Five per Cent. Stock of 1821.

4,735,296 30

75,852,848 58

Dollars 93,423,856 67

Amount of the Debt, (per Statement 1) on the 1st October, 1821.

93,686,205 02 Add Treasury Note six per Cent. Stock, issued in the fourth Quarter, 1821...

390 40

93,686,595 42

257,180 60

Deduct reimbursement of the Deferred Stock,

on the 31st December, 1821........... And Payment of Louisiana Stock, which, on

the 1st October, 1821, had not been applied for

5,558 15

262,738 75

Amount, as above, on 1st January, 1822..... Dollars 93,423,856 67

Treasury Department, Register's Office, December 20, 1922.

JOSEPH NOURSE, Register.

(3.)-ESTIMATE of the Funded Deht of The United States,

1st October, 1822, and 1st January, 1823.
On the 1st October, 1822.
Deferred Stock, (unredeemed amount)..... 1,225,097 04
Three per cent. Stock .......

13,296,099 06 Exchanged six per cent. Stock..

2,668,974 99

- 17,190,171 09 Six per cent. Stock of 1812.

6,187,006 84
Do...... 1813, (16 millions).... 15,521,136 45
Do..... Do. (70 millions).... 6,836,232 39
Do..........
1814.

13,011, 137 63
Do.......... 1815....

9,490,099 10 Treasury note six per cent. Stock

1,465,285 47 Do.......seven.....Do....

8,606,355 27 Five per cent. Stock, (subscription to Bank United States).........

7,000,000 00 Six per cent. Stock of 1820..

2,000,000 00 Five per cent. Stock of 1820.....

999,999 13 Do...... ...1821.

4,735,296 30

75,852,848 58

Amount..

... Dollars 93,043,019 67

Amount, as stated 1st January, 1822..
Add three per cent. Stock, issued since...

93,423,856 67

113 02

93,423,999 69 Deduct reimbursement of deferred Stock ..... 300,980 02 Payment of the six per cent. Stock of 1796 80,000 00

380,980 02

As above, Ist October, 1822 .......Dollars 93,043,019 67 Estimated amount of Payments in the Fourth Quarter, 1822. Reimbursement of the deferred Stock

...... 265,588 07

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