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(e) Other Annual Expenditures.

YEARS.

Amount.

YEARS.

1854.. 1855.... 1856. 1857.

$32, 856 00 29, 501 00 56,139 00 91,646 00

1858...... 1859...... 1860.. 1861.

.....$24, 859 00

49, 032 00
49,799 00
41,552 00

(f) Total Annual Expenditures.

YEARS.

Academies

reporting.

Amount.

YEARS.

YEARS.

1838.. 1839. 1810.. 1811. 1842.... 1813...

95 110 119 127

$166, 010 00 208, 864 00 225, 150 00 230, 416 00 214, 902 00 250, 120 00

1844.
1815.
1816..
1847.
1818.

145 152 154 155 154

139

148

(g) General Balance of Receipts and Expenditures.

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Amount.

YEARS.

Amount.

YEARS.

Amount.

1862.............. $40,449 00
1863......

49,522 00
1861.

61,005 00 1865.....

78, 403 00

1866 1867.. 1868. 1869...

$70,526.00 79,927 00 S8, 633 00 97,964 00

Academies

reporting.

Amount,

Academics

reporting.

Amount.

$236, 080 00
237, 165 00
261, 616 00
263, 498 00
277,861 00

1819.....
1850.
1851....
152.
1853..

159 164 166 168 166

$295,648 00 316,617 (10 352, 32 00 365, 802 00 294, 315 00

YEARS.

Excess of expenditures over

income.

YEARS.

Excess of income over expenditures.

Excess of ex penditures over

income.

$6,036 00

1838............
1839.
1840...
1841.
1812..
1843..

$9,827 00
14,924 00
8,012 00

1816...
1817.
1848
1819.
1850.
1851...
1852
1853.

7,303 00

$1,488 00

5,724 00 10, 249 00

1844........

5,444 () 98, 964 00

1815...

IV. DEBTS.

DEBT.

DEBT.

YEARS.

YEARS.

Academies

reporting.

Interest
Accrued on

debt.

Amount.

Interest accrued on

debt.

108 113 106 104 113 119 113 103 107 109 103 95

1827. 1828. 1829....... 1830... 1831 1832... 1833... 1834 1835.. 1836... 1837. 1838...... 1839.. 1810. 1841.. 1842. 1813. 1844. 1845. 1816... 1847. 1818. 1819... 1850. 1851.. 1852. 1853 1851. 1890.

47 40 41 43 43 65 75 87 97 106 115 105 103

$13,532 00 17, 036 00 15, 897 00 15, 492 00 14,257 (0 16,427 (NO 15,978 00 14,759 00 12, 709 00 20,178 010 16, 190 00 8,070 00 8,393 00 8,507 00

1856. 1857. 1858. 1859. 1860.. 1861 1862 1863. 1864. 1865. 1866. 1867. 1868. 1869. 1870. 1871.. 1872. 1873... 1874.. 1875.. 1876.. 1877. 1878. 1879. 1880. 1881. 1882. 1883.

$5,786 00
6,926 00
7,865 00
9,354 00
10, 107 00
10, 702 00
9, 159 00
8,436 00
9, 1722 00
9,616 00
8,954 00
8,761 00
8,116 60)
8.757 00
9,609 00)
9,946 00
13,239.00
12,124 00

$280, 329 00
338, 370 00
295, 138 00
279, 169 00
339, 693 00
323, 68100
307,634 00
293, 427 00
268. 622 00
294,704 00
274,567 00
211,648 00
219.023 00
272, 258 00
380, 163 10
384,985 00
389,838 00
426, 088 00
451,684 00
567, 165 00
481,882 00
369, 485 00
412,317 00
450,306 00
528, 956 00
241,449 00
224,747 00
195,871 00

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70
73
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1790, the number of academies was 3; in 1791, it was 5; in 1792, it was 7; and in 1793 and 1794 it was 10 at the date of reports, but some of these had but just been incorporated, and no statement of attendance was given.

The report of 1795 was much more extended than those of previous years, and had it been sustained in this manner, we might date from this period the beginning of very satisfactory returns. The statement of attendance was however fragmentary and defective for some years after, but enables us to present the following tables, in which the years are those to which the reports refer, and preceding those in which the reports to the Legislature were made.

Several changes have been made in the headings of the classifica tion of attendance, which will render it proper to divide the whole series into periods, having common resemblance, as follows:

(I) Period during which the Apportionment was based upon

the Total number attending.

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* Probably the number attending during the year. The other returns are generally those of students attending in the term in which the report is made, but of this there is uncertainty.

(II) Period during which the Apportionment was made upon the

number of Students pursuing Classical or Higher English Studies throughout the State.

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Attending at date of report.

Claimed as

Sex of students
pursuing classical
studies.

claimed, etc.

YEARS.

1221..

1...

...

2, 475 2, 116 2, 440 3,050 3,424 3,835

41
48
53

47

(III.) Period during which the Apportionment was made upon

the number of students pursuing Classical or Higher English Studies by Senatorial Districts.

1.30 BL...

57 57 61 67

57 58 65 67

1835.

66
69

4,303 4, 188 4,856 5,500 5, 296 5,548 6,056 6,391 10,111 10,881 11, 477 11, 306 12, 142 11,581 11,803 12,608

69 73 105 116 127 131 142 149 146 149

106

1841. 542 143....

118 127 131 142 149 146 153

1841

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(IV.) Period during which the Apportionment was made upon

the number of Students pursuing Classical or Higher English Studies throughout the State, as shown by the Reports made by Trustees of Academies.

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37,929 201 35,908 207 35, 192 204 36,892 210

36, 133 189 36, 461 195 34, 851 196 32,735 165 30, 131 181

30,313

1861 1942

11, 416

1861..

10, 416
10,521

2014
212

186
1-67

7,135
5,677
4,772
1. 116
3,09

189
190
161
180

119. 1870

185
120
160
175

9,135
8, 115

7, 156

(V.) Attendance at academies since the adoption of the Regent's

Preliminary Ecaminations in writing, as prescribed by the Regents.

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