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KENTUCKY (October 10, 1868).—$3,619,191 46.

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Varions.... Six-year, etc., bonds...

6 On dem'd. Frankf'rt

$349 00 Act Feb.28, '35 Thirty year Bonds (Bank of Kentucky).

5 May25,'65

5,000 00 Act Feb.28, '35

(Prime, Ward & King)... 5 Aug. 1, '65 New York 3,000 00 Act Feb.29, '36 (Northern B'k of Kentucky) 5 Apr.25,'71 Frankf rt

94,000 00 Act Feb. 29,36 (Bank of Kentucky)...... 5 Jane 1, '66

3.000 00 Act Feb. 23,37

(War Department)...... 5 Apr. 1, '67 New York 5.000 00 Act Mar. 8, '43 (John Tilton, Agent to sell). 5 Sept. 2, '73

66.000 00 Act Feb. 16,38 (Am. Life Ing. and Trust Co.) 6 July 1, '68

84,000 00 Act Feh.22, '39

(Contractors)

6 Var.'71-72

13,500 00 Act Feb.21,'40

(Northern B'k of Kentucky) 6 Nov. 4, '70 Act Feb. 21,'40

140,000 00 (Bank of Kentucky)..

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117,000 00 Acts'40,'41,&c

(Contractors, etc.)..

6 Var.'71.972

1,037,000.00 Act Feb.18, '64 15 or 30-year Bonds, issued Aug.2, '64, to Oct.10,'65 6

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419,000 00

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Held by Board of Education.
Thirty-year Bond No. 1, dated Aug. 9, 1840. 6 Aug. 9, '70 Frankf'rt

No. 20, Jan. 6, 1840. 6 Jan. 6, '70

No. 21, Jan. 1, 1840. 6 Jan. 1, '70
Thirty-five year Bond No. 22, dated Jan. 18, 1840 5 Jan. 18,75

No. 23, Jan. 22, 1840 5 Jan. 22, '75

No. 24, Jan. 22, 1840 5 Jan. 22, '75
Bond No. - dated Dec. 20, 1848.

5 At pleas'e
July 5, 1859.

5 ActJan.30,64 Bonds for unexpended county distribution.. 6

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24,000.00 21.500 00 22,000 00 500,000 00 170,000 00 180,000 00 308,268 42 101,101 59 305,527 45

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SINKING FUND: Cash, $1,201,436 98; and stocks, etc., $6,122,794 50—total, $7,324,231 48.

The State has, applicable to the discharge of the above debt, cash in its Treasury, $1,201,436 98; stocks of banks, railroads and turnpike companies, $6,122,794 50 -total, $7,324,231 48.

ARKANSAS.-$4,430,000.

The present debt of the State, amounting, January 1, 1870, to $4,430,000, was created for the purpose of funding its old (over-due) debt. The whole amount of this debt, including arrears of interest, was made exchangeable by law for new 6 per cent. 30 year bonds. The whole of the old debt has with some small exceptions been converted into the new bonds.

The State is also aiding several railroads, granting to land-grant roads $10,000 per mile, and to non-land-grant roads $15,000 per mile, the State securing the re-payment of these advances by a first lien on the properties. Under these provisions only a small amount of bonds have been issued. Provision has been made in the manner stated for about 800 miles of line,

NEW YORK (October 1, 1869).—$43,265,306 40.

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Albany... July 1, 1837 160 00 5 J., A.,J.&0. New York.. Jan. 1, 1874 1,129,420 00 6

July 1, 1872 1,716,400 00 6

Jan. 1, 1873 451,800 00
July 1, 1873 1,250,000 00
Nov. 1, 1873 2,250,000 00
Oct. 1, 1874 2,168,000 00
July 1, 1873 1,500,000 00
Oct. 1, 1875 485,000 00

July 1, 1872 726,000 00 6

Dec. 1, 1877 888,000 00 Jan. & July New York.. April 1, 1877 24,060,000 00 7

1877 1,878,000 00

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(revenue certificates).

(deficiencies). Sec. 12.

(floating debt)

( L. '63, c. 325 Bounty Loan (registered stock)..

(coupon bonds)..

The following table shows the amount of debts outstanding October 1, 1869, and of the sinking funds applicable to each class of debt at that date; also, the nett debt, after applying the sinking funds :

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Under the Constitution the General Fund Debt and the Canal Debt are provided for out of the surplus canal revenues, and hence are no charge to the States The Contingent Debt will be paid by the Long Island Railroad Company. It is the Bounty Debt alone that is chargeable on taxation,

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State Debt Proper, $5,180, 160 :
Turnpike Roads Stocks.
Turnpike Roads Stocks,
Bank of Tennessee Stock.
East Tennessee and Georgia RR. Stock.
La Grange and Memphis RR. Stock.
La Grange and Memphis RR. Stock.
Hermitage Purchase Bonds..
State Capitol Bonds....

Turnpikes, etc., Loans, $684, 260 :
Turnpike and Plank Road Companies.
Agricultural Bureau....

Railroad Loans, etc., $34, 127,524 : East Tennessee and Virginia.. East Tennessee and Virginia (indorsed). East Tennessee and Georgia... East Tennessee and Georgia (indorsed). Edgefield and Kentucky. Cincinnati, Cumberland Gap and Charleston, Knoxville and Kentucky. McMinnville and Manchester. Memphis, Clarksville and Louisville. Memphis and Charleston.. Memphis and Ohio..... Mississippi and Tennessee.. Mobile and Ohio.. Mississippi Central and Tennessee. Nashville and Chattanooga, Nashville and Chattanooga (indorsed).. Nashville and North-Western. Rogersville and Jefferson.. Nashville and Decatur, Winchester and Alabama. Memphis and Little Rock (indorsed). Knoxville and Charleston. Evansville, Henderson and Nashville. East Tennessee and Western North Carolina. South-Western.... Tennessee and Pacific..

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2,199,000

185.000 1,287.000 115.000

970,000 1,373.000 2,350,000

764,000 1,582,000 1,679,000 1,993,000

395,000 1,296,000 1,124,000

395,000 1.546,000 3, 222,000

385,000 2,112,000 1,289.000

350,000 710,000 200.000 400.000 387,000 300,000

200,168 31,680 43.200 87,360 312,600 185,387 403, 110

22,800 388.800 75,180

2. 155 35,976

2,449,039

185.000 1,467,277

115,000 1,394,053 1,530,787 2,000,788 1,014,955 2,283.612 1.928.680 2,396, 110

417.800 1,686,955 1.235, 156

395,000 1,546,000 4,215,467

493,929 2,481.131 1.661.633

550.550 752,600 218.000 412,000 396.000 800,000

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The bonds issued to the permanent school fund are irredeemable and non-negotiable, the interest on which is paid by special appropriation.

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1855..

8,000

Civil Loan (renewal).
Civil Loan (renewal).

1856..
1856..
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15,000 15,000 50,000 50,000

1857..

30,000

1858..

30,000

Civil Loan (current expenses).
Civil Loan (renewal)..
Civil Loan (renewal).
Civil Loan (renewal).
Civil Loan (renewal).

1859..

30,000

1860..

6 Mar.&Sept. Mar. 1, 1870 Boston
6 Mar.&Sept. Mar, 1, 1871 Boston
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1873
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1874
6 Jan.& July. July 1, 1875 Augusta..
6 Mar.&Sept. Sept. 1, 1876 Boston
6 Mar.&Sept. Mar. 1, 1876 Boston
6 Feb. & Aug. Feb. 1, 1877 Boston
6 Mar.&Sept. Mar. 1, 1878 Boston
6 May & Nov. May 10, 1871 Boston
6 Jan.& July. July 1, 1871
6 Feb.& Aug. Aug. 1, 1871
6 Mar.&Sept. Mar. 1, 1883 Boston
6 Feb.& Aug. Aug. 1, 1880 Boston
6 June &Dec. June 1, 1889 Boston

51,000

1861..

30,000

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On March 7, 1868, the Legislature passed an act (since approved by the popular vote) for the equalization of the municipal war debts. This law authorizes the issuing of $3,500,000 State bonds, and provides for a commission to adjust the claims of the several towns. A sinking fund is also provided for.

The war-debt sinking fund now amounts, January 1, 1870, to $972,530, having

been chiefly derived from taxation, repayments by the General Government and interest. The whole of this amount has been invested in the purchase of bonds of the State.

The renewals, above noted, are on account of the Aroostook War Debt.

MISSOURI (January 1, 1869). —$16,084,000.

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Interest on the State debt proper is payable out of the Revenue Fund; on Hannibal and St. Joseph series by that Company; and on the War Fund bonds out of the military Fund.

KANSAS (December 31, 1869).—$1,341,675.

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Act of 1861. State Bonds (current expenses). 1863.

(interior dep't).. 1863.

(territorial debt) 1864.

(refunded taxes). 1864.

(military).
1864.

(penitentiary)
1866.
1866.

(public works).
1866.

(military). 1866.

(Agric. College). 1867.

(penitentiary). 1867.

(capitol), 1867.

(Deaf & Dumb Asy.). 1868.

(capitol)... 1868.

(penitentiary).. 1868.

(military). 1868.

(Insane Asylum).. 1869.

(military). 1869.

(capitol)..

? Jan.& July. July 1, 1876 New York. 7

1878

1883 Topeka.... 6

1884 7 Jan.& July.

1884 New York. 7

1881 7

1886

1886 7

1886 10 July

1886 Topeka... 7 Jan.& July.

1887 New York.
1887
1887
1888
1888
1888
1888
1889
1889

$150,000

54,000 61,000 39.675 100.000 50.000 60,000 70,000 40,000

5.500 100.000 100,000

15,500 150.000 50.000 30.000 20.000 176.000 70,000

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