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Vessels, copper, 25 per cent.; cast Table knives and forks, 25 per cent. iron, not otherwise specified, if Tacks, brads, and sprigs, not ex cents a lb.
ceeding 16 oz. to the 1000,5 cents Vices and screws of iron, called wood a 1000 ; exceeding 16 oz., 5 cents screws, same as adzes. a lb.
Vinegar, 8 cents a gallon. Tallow, 1 cent a lb.
Vitriol, blue, 4 cents a lb. Tamarinds, free.
W. Tapioca, free.
Wafers, 25 per cent. Tartar ematic, 15 per cent.; crude, Walking sticks or canes, 25 per cent. free.
Watches, and parts of, 12 per cent. Teas, of all kinds imported from Chi- Water colors, 15
cent. na or other places east of the Cape Wax vees', 15 per
cent. of Good Hope, and in vessels of Wearing apparel in actual use of per. the United States, free; Teas, of sons arriving in United States, free. all kinds imported from places this Webbing, worsted, 10; silk, 5; all side of the Cape of Good Hope, other kinds, 25 per cent. or in vessels other than those of Weld, free.
the United States, 10 cents a lb. Whalebone, product of foreign fishThread, sewing, floss, cotton, and ing, 12 per cent. shoe, 25 per cent.; pack, cents Wheat, 25 cents a bushel; four, 50
cents a cwt. Ticklenburgs, 15 per cent.
Whetstones, 15 per cent. Tiles, paving, 15 per cent.
Whips, 30 per cent. Tin, in foil, plates, sheet, bars, pigs, White lead, dry or ground in oil, 5 Or blocks, free.
cents a lb. Tin, all manufactures of, or of which Window glass. See Glass.
tin is a component material, not Wine lees, free.
otherwise specified, 25 per cent. Wines, of France, in casks, red, 6 Tobacco, manufactured, other than cents, and white, 10 cents a gal
snuff and cigars, 10 cents a lb.; lon; in bottles, 22 cents a gallon. unmanufactured, 15 do.
Madeira and Sherry, in casks,cases, Tongues and sounds, 15 per cent. or bottles, 50 cents a gallon; wines Tortoise shell, free.
of France, Germany, Spain, and Toys, paper, 15; brass, iron, steel, Mediterranean, not specially enu
tin, lead, pewter, or copper, 25; merated, in casks, 15 cents a galwood, 30 per cent.
lon; red wines of Spain and AusTurmeric, free.
tria, in casks, 10 cents a gallon. Turtles, 15 per cent.
Wines of all countries in bottles or Twine, tarred, 4; untarred, 5 cents cases, unless specially enumerated,
and all wines not enumerated, Twist, cotton. Sce Cotton, manu cents a gallon. These rates will factures of.
continue till March 3d, 1834; afTypes, printing, 25 per cent.
terwards one half of these rates U.
will be the duties. Umbrellas, of whatever material, 25 Wire, silver or plated, 5 per cent; per cent, Frames or sticks for, 25 cap or bonnet covered with silk,
cotton or flaxen yarn or thread, V.
manufactured abroad, 12 cents a Vanilla beans, free.
lb.; iron or steel, exceeding No. Varnishes, 15 per cent.
14, 9 cents a lb. ; not exceeding Vegetables, used for dyeing and in No. 14, 5 cents a lb.
composing dyes, not otherwise Woad, free.
specified, free; others, 15 per cent. Wood, unmanufactured, and for dyeVeils, lace, 124 per cent.
ing, free; manufactures of wood Vellum, 25 per cent.
unless otherwise specified, 25 p.ct.
Wool, Angora goats' or camels', free. square yard; all other ingrained Wool, unmanufactured, the value and Venetian carpeting, 35 cents a
whereof at the place of exportation square yard, and except blankets not above 8 cents a lb., free ; ex the value whereof at the place of ceeding 8 cents a lb.,4 cents a lb., exportation shall not exceed 75 and 40 per cent. ad valorem. Wool cents each, the duty levied upon imported on skins is estimated, as which is 5 per cent.; flannels, to weight and value, as other wool. bockings, and baizes, 16 cents a Wool, manufactures of, all milled and square yard; coach laces, 35 per
fulled cloth, known by the same cent.; merino shawls made of of plain kerseys or Kendal cottons, wool, all other manufactures of of which wool is the only material, wool, or of which wool is a comthe value whereof does not ex. ponent part, and on ready made ceed 35 cents a square yard, 5 per clothing, 50 per cent. cent.; worsted stuff goods, shawls,
Y. and other manufactures of silk and Yams, 15 per cent. worsted, 10 per cent.; worsted Yarn, cotton. See manufactures of yarn, 20 per cent.; woollen yarn, cotton; worsted, 20 per cent.; 4 cents, a lb., and 50 per cent. ad woollen, 4 cents a lb., and 50 per valorem; mits, gloves, bindings, cent, ad valorem. blankets, hosiery, carpets and car
Z. petings, 25 per cent , except Brus- Zinc, unmanufactured, free; in sheets sels, Wilton, and treble ingrained or nails, 15 per cent. carpeting, which is at 63 cents a
IX. BANK OF THE UNITED STATES.
NICHOLAS BIDDLE, Philadelphia,
Cashier. A Bill rechartering this Bank was passed by both Houses of Congress in the summer of 1832, but was rejected by the President. The following statement respecting the Shares, the Stockholders, the Discounts, and the Specie of the Bank, is extracted from a communication made to the Secretary of the Treasury by the President of the Bank, in January, 1832.
It appears that the amount of stock held by foreigners is 84,055 shares; equal to $8,400,500, without including the premium. The greatest fore eign stockholders or shareholders are as follows: Shares.
hares. Baring, Brotliers, & Co. 7915 John Martin & Co.
924 John Marshall, 3878 Don Jose Xafre,
900 Charles Dixon, 2500 | Samuel Sherwood,
875 Thomas Coterall et al. trustees, 1829 James Pierson,
864 Sparks & Co.
1236 Cropper, Benson, & Co. 815 Benjamin Heywood, 1784 Robert Phillips,
800 Jonathan Austin, 1200 Gen. Sir Wm. Keppel,
722 The Most Hon. Francis C. S. Ann Redfeen,
716 Conway, Marquis of Hert- 1003 Maj. Gen. Macdonald,
Mrs. Condelaria Bell,
637 James Drake, Havan 1000 Lord Erie Reery,
600 Abel Smith, 1000 John Van Haize,
Shares. James H., William P., & Wm.
500 550 H. Anderson,
500 Thos. P. Ackland, 540 Hudson Gurney,
500 Thomas Sexton, 538 R. & J. T. Barclay,
500 James Brown Leeds, 537 Sir Colin and Sir Richard
371 Edward Ball Hughes,
510 Campbell, Sir Edward Tucker, 502 Rev. George Gordon, D. D.
311 J. L. Lane,
500 Dean of Lincoln, Lt. Gen. Sir Marmaduke W.?
300 500 Peacocke,
There are 30 or 40 others, besides those above enumerated, holding each from 300 to 500 shares. The whole number of foreign stockholders is 470.
The domestic stockholders of the Bank are 3602 in number, residing in the following States. The number of shares held in each State, is given in the second column.
No. of Stockholders,
498 New Hampshire,
27 Besides Boston, 53 Massachusetts,
1,539 Rhode Island,
Besides the city, 69 New York,
30,881 New Jersey,
1,531 Besides Baltimore, 119 Maryland, Baltimore,
34,235 District of Columbia,
11,617 North Carolina,
2,391 S Besides Charleston, 176 South Carolina, | Charleston,
* This number is 301 in the printed report of Mr. Biddle, which is said to be incorrect in this particular. In correcting this, the totals that are affected by it have also been altered.
These, at $ 100 each, make the amount of capital, viz. $35,000,000. Some of the largest domestic stockholders are as follows:Shares.
Shares. Stephen Girard, 6331 Robert Gilmore, Md.,
703 Charles Carroll, of Carrollton, 2683 Mrs. Ann Donnell, do., 700 Robert Ralston, of Philadelphia, 2026 Prime, Ward, & King, N. Y.
683 Wm. J. Barksdale, Virginia, 1500 / William Coleman, Pa.
680 Bernard M. Carter, Penn. 1417 | John Gibbs, do.,
650 John Potter, S. Carolina, 1400 Brown, Brothers, & Co., N. Y. 650 Wm. G. Bucknor, N. York, 1168 Thomas C. Vanderhout, s. C. 638 Don Francis Layzier, do., 1150 James de Wolf,
632 Peter Harmony, do., 957 | William Brown, Pa.
630 Lewis Kershaw & Co. s. c.
942 Gardiner Greene, Boston, 600 John G. Coster, N. York, 900 Col. Wm. Alston, S. C. 600 Mills Smith, do. 875 Wm. Wightman, do.,
600 Lemuel Taylor, Maryland, 860 Isaac Smythe, Md.
581 Clendening, N. York, 850 Coster & Carpenter, N. y. 531 Don Francis de Lazua, do. 850 | Thomas P. Cope, Pa.
520 B. & J. Bohlen, Pa. 839 | Paul Beck, Jr. do.
513 Daniel C. Verplanck, New York, 805 Mrs. Mary Ann Gilmore, s. c. 610 Stephen Bulkley, S. C. 800 Robert F. Stockton, N. J. 500 P. Brown, N. C. 787 Wm. Aikin, Charleston,
500 Wm. Patterson, Md.
730 The amount of bills discounted by the Bank and its branches on personal securities, is $ 48,758,570.54; Bills discounted on funded debt, 18,850.00; Do. on Bank stock, 731,157.53; Domestic bills of exchange, 16,691,129.34; Mortgages, 205,396.66 ; Total, $66,405,103.89; Due" from the State Banks, $3,944,847.74.
The amount of specie on hand at the Bank of the United States, and its several Branchęs, on the 1st of Jan. 1832, was as follows :Bank of the United States,
$2,811,640.83 Office, Portland,
70,452.22 Do. Portsmouth,
50,110.78 Do. Burlington,
72,422.48 Do. Boston,
328,377.58 Do. Providence,
102,627.74 Do. Hartford,
28,094.00 Do. New York,
664,636.64 Do. Utica,
67,750.66 Do. Buffalo,
105,232.46 Do. Pittsburgh,
31,809.84 Do. Baltimore,
228,000.00 Do. Washington,
54,610.54 Do. Richmond,
197,212.02 Do. Norfolk,
112,159.38 Do. Fayetteville,
18,943.75 Do. Charleston,
271,468.80 Do. Savannah,
376,642.24 Do. Mobile,
153,671.72 Do. Natchez,
57,825.83 Do. New Orleans,
510,346.06 Do. Nashville,
167,866.36 Do. Louisville,
91,513.28 Do. Cincinnati,
111,028.17 Do. St. Louis,
X. PUBLIC DEBT OF THE UNITED STATES.
JANUARY 1, 1832.
Statement of the Funded Debt; exhibiting also the Dates of the Acts
under which the several Stocks were constituted, and the Periods at which they are Redeemable. [From “ The National Calendar.”]
Date of Acts Stocks. constituting
3 p.c. (Revolutionary debt) 4 Aug. 1790 At pleasure of gov't
13,296,626 21 5 per cent.
3 Mar. 1821 After Ist Jan. 1835 4,735,296 30 Do., exchanged,
20 Apr. 1822 1-3 after 31 Dec 1830
4,792,001 07 4 1-2 per cent.
24 May,1824 After 1st Jan. 1832 1,739,524 01 Do., exchanged,
26 May, 1824 1-2 after 31 Dec 1832
6,194,251 96 Total, 24,282,879 24
Amount of the funded debt, lat January, 1831,
39,082,461 88 Add 3 per cent. stock, issued for interest on the Revolutionary Debt, per ac. o. the 12th June, 1798,
39,082,690 62 Deduct payments from 1st January to 30th September, 1831, viz.
5 per cent. stock, residue of bank subscription, 1,000,000 00 4 1-2 per cent. stock, per act of 3d Mar. 1825, 1,539,3336 16 On acc. of 5,000,000 loan, per act 26 May, 1824, 91, 88 92 On acc. of 5,000,000 loan, per act 24 May, 1824, 3,260,475 99
-8,891,001 07 Also, payments made in 4th quarter of 1831, viz.
5 per cent. stock, per act of 15th May, 1820, 999,999 13
-14,799,811 23 Amount of Funded Debt, January 1, 1832,
Statement of the Unfunded Debt. Registered Debt, being claims registered prior to the year 1798, for services and supplies during the revolutionary war,
27,919 85 Treasury notes, viz. Notes bearing interest,
5,010 00 Small notes,
2,106 00 Mississippi stock.
7,116 00 Amount outstanding, including awards not applied for,
9,355 95 Amount of unfunded debt, 1st January, 1831, Deduct registered debt, issued in 3 per cent. stock,
228 64 Paid in money,
627 86 Treasury notes paid off,
1,373 86 Amount of Unfunded Debt, 1st January, 1832,