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Officers of the Mint at Philade'phia.
Salary.

Salary.
R. M. Patterson, Director, $ 3,500 Richard J. McCulloh, Melter
Jas. Ross Snowden, Treasurer, 2,500 and Refiner,

$ 2,000 Franklin Peale, Chief Coiner, 2,000 Jas. B. Longacre, Engraver, 2,000 Jacob R. Eckfeldt, Assayer, 2,000/W. E. Dubois, Assist. Assayer, 1,300

Officers of the Branch at New Orleans, La. J. M. Kennedy, Superintend., $2,500 John Brooks, Coiner, $ 2,000 Wm. P. Hort, Assayer, 2,000 M. M. Beale, Treasurer, 2,500 M.F.Bonzano, Melter &, Refiner, 2,000

Officers of the Branch at Dahlonega, Ga. J. F. Cooper, Superintendent, $ 2,000 John D. Field, Jr., Coiner, $1,500 Isaac L. Todd, Assayer, 1,500

Officers of the Branch at Charlotte, N. C. W.J.Alexander, Superintend., $ 2,000 John R. Bolton, Coiner, $ 1,500 J. H. Gibbon, Assayer, 1,500

1.

Statement of the Deposits for Coinage, at the Mint of the United States

and its Branches, in the Year 1848.

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2.

Statement of the Coinage of the Mint of the United States and Branches

in the Year 1848.

Denominations. Pieces.

Value.

Denominations.

Pieces.

Value.

GOLD. Eagles,

181,334 Half Eagles, 372,712 Quarter-Eagles, 39,445

SILVER.
Dollars,
Half-Dollars,
Quarter-Dollars,
Dimes,
Half-Dimes,

$ 3,775,512.50

15,000 3,760,000

146,000 451,500 1,268,000 $2,040,050.00 12,649,790 | $5,879,720.49

COPPER. Cents,

Total,

16,415,799 64, 157.99

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3. Coinage of the Mint of the United States, from 1792, including the Coinage of the Branch Mints from the Commencement of their Operations, in

1,209,759.20 343 231.250 151,017,714.10 162

UNITED STATES.
1938.
GOLD.

SILVER. COPPER.
Years.
Value.
Value.

Value.
1793-95 $71,485.00 $ 370,633.80 $ 11,373.00
1796
102,727.50

79,077.50 10,324.40 1797

103,422.50 12,591.45 9,510.34 1798 205,610.00 330,291.00 9,797.00 1799

213,285.00 423,515.00 9, 106.68 1800

317,760.00 224,296.00 29,279.40 1801

422,570.00 74,758.00 13,628.37 1802

423,310.00 58,343.00 34,422.83 1803 258,377.50 87,118.00 25,203.03 1804

258,642.50 100,340.50 12,844.94 1805

170,367.50 149,338.50 13,483.48 1806 324,505.00 471,319.00 5,260.00 1807 437,495.00 597,448.75 9,652.21 1808 284,665.00 684,300.00 13,090.00 1809

169,375.00 707,376.00 8,001.53 1810 501,435.00 638,773.50 15,660.00 1811 497,905.00 608,340.00 2,495.95 1812

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290,435.00 814,029.50 10,755.00 1813 477,140.00 620,951.50 4,180.00 1814 77,270.00 561,687.50

3,578.30 1815

3,175.00 17,308.00 1816

28,575.75 28,209.82 1817

607,783.50 39,484.00 1818 242,940.00 1,070,454.50 31,670.00 1819

253,615.00 1,140,000.00 26,710.00 1820 1,319,030.00 501,680.70 44,075.50 1821

189,325.00 825,762.45 3,890.00 1822 88,980.00 805,806.50

20,723.39 1823

72,425.00 895,550.00 1824

93,200.00 1,752,477.00 12,620.00 1825

156,385.00 1,564,583.00 14,926.00 1826

92,245.00 2,002,090.00 16,314.25 1827

131,565.00 2,869,200.00 23,557.32 1828

140,145.00 1,575,600.00 25,636.24 1829

295,717.50 1,994,578.00 16,580.00 1830

613,105.00 2,495,400.00 17,115.00 1831

714,270.00 3,175,600.00 33,603.60 1832

798,435.00 2,579,000.00 23,620.00 1833

978,550.00 2,759,000.00 28,160.00 1834 3,954,270.00 3,415,002.00 19,151.00 1835

2,186,175.00 3,443,003.00 39,489.00 1836 4,135,700.00 3,606,100.00 23,100.00 1837 1,148,305.00 2,096,010.00 55,583.00 1838 1,809,595.00 2,333,243.00 53,702.00 1839 1,355,885.00 2,189,296.00 31,286.61 1840 1,675,302.50 1,726,703.00 24.627.00 1841 1,091,597.50 1,132,750.00 15,973.67 1842 1,834,170.50 2,332,750.00 23,833.90 1843 8,108,797.50 3,834,750.00 24,283.20 1844

2,230.00 2,235,550.00 23,987.52 1845 3,756,447.50 1,873,200.00 38,948.04 1846 4,034,177.00 2,558,580.00 41,208.00 1847 20,221,385.00 2,374,450.00 61,836.69 1848 3,775,512.50 2,040,050.00 64,157.99 Total, 76,341,440 00 73.466,514.90

20,483.00 2,888,135

56,785.57 5,163,967 647,267.50 5,537,084 1,345,064.50 5,074,723 1,425,325,00 6,492,509

1,864,786.20 3,139,249

1,018,977.45 3,813,788

915,509.89 2, 166,485 967,975.00 4,786,894

1,858, 297.00 5,178,760

1,735,894.00 5,774,434

2,110,679,25 9,097,845 3,024,342.32 6,1 96,853

1,741,381.24
7,674,501

2,306,875,50
8, 357,191
11 792,284
9128,387

3,401,055.00
10, 307,790

637 643 7,388,423.00
996, 342

5,668,667.00
719, 333
13,010,721
15,780, 311
ll, S11, 594

558, 240
8811,963

743, 153
4,640 582) 11,967,830.70
9. 051 834

1, 806, 196
10 1 33, 515
15, 392, 344 22,657,677.69
12 649,790 5,879,720.49

berace

3,155,620.00
3,923,473,60

3,765, 710.00

11 15 13

7,764,900.00 3,299,898.00 4,206,540.00 3,576,467,61 3,426,632,50 2,240,321.17 4,190,754.40

10,

11,

7,687,767,52 5,668,595,54 6,633,965.00

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XIII. REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE.

(From a Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, December 11, 1848.] 1. Statement of Duties, Revenues, and Public Expenditures during the Fis

cal Years ending June 30, 1847, and June 30, 1848. The receipts into the Treasury were as fol

Year ending Year ending lows:

June 30, 1847. June 30, 1848. From customs, viz : During the first quarter,

$6.153,826.58 11,106,257.41 During the second quarter,

3,641,192.22 5,379,152.74 During the third quarter,

6,319,041.48 9,383,092.92 During the fourth quarter,

7,633,804.38 5,888,567 89 Total customs,

23,747,864.66 31,757,070.96 From sales of public lands,

2,498,355.20 3,328,642.56 From miscellaneous sources,

100,570.51 351,037.07 Total receipts, exclusive of loans, &c., 26,346,790.37 35,436,750.59 Balance in the Treasury, July 1, 1846 and 47, 9,126,439.08 1,701,251.25 Total, exclusive of loans, &c.,

35,473,229.45 37,138,001.84 Avails of Treasury-notes issued under act of July 22, 1846,

250,000.00 Avails of Treasury-notes issued under act of Jan. 28, 1847,

11,956,950.00 Stock issued for specie deposited under act| of July 22, 1846,

111,000.00 Stock issued for specie deposited under act of Jan. 28, 1847,

1,858,372.00 Stock issued in funding Treasury-notes under act of July 22, 1846,

1,735,050.00 Stock issued in funding Treasury-notes under act of Jan. 28, 1847,

5,252,500.00 Stock issued in funding Treasury-notes under acts prior to July 22, 1846,

92,828.00 21,256,700.00

58,394,701.84 The expenditures, exclusive of trust funds, were as follows:

Civil List. Legislature,

974,324.14 953,392.75 Executive,

875,718.80 953,170.80 Judiciary,

571,377.88 593,654.81 Governments in the Territories,

36,987.98 39,730.56 Surveyors and their clerks,

56,380 75 61,907.00 Officers of the Mint and branches,

43,725.00 42,600.000 Commissioner of the Public Buildings,

1,994 44 2,000.00 Secretary to sign patents for public lands,

1,500.00 1,500.00 Total civil list,

2,562,008.99 2,647,955.92 Foreign Intercourse. Salaries of Ministers,

62,944.26 36,500.00 Salaries of Secretaries of Legation,

14,046.80 9,062.32 Salaries of Chargés des Affaires,

58,713.29 64,037.51 Salary of Minister Resident to Turkey,

8,500.00 6,000.00 Outfits of Chargés des Affaires, .

56,750.00 29,250.00 Salary of Dragoman to Turkey and contingencies,

2,000.00 2,900.00 Contingent expenses of all the missions abroad, 35,365.95 33,530.101 Renewal of diplomat.intercourse with Mexico, 4,500.00 21,776.65

Total means,

Year ending

Year ending

June 30, 1847. June 30, 1848. Contingent expenses of foreign intercourse, $ 17,809.80 $ 22,452.13 Salary of Consul at Syria and Palestine,

1,997.27 Salary of the Consul at London,

2,000.00 2,000.00 Relief and protection of American seamen, 87,370.99 97,937.97 Clerk-hire, office-rent, &c., to American Consul, London,

2,800.00 2,800.00 Commissioner' to reside in China, Secretary, and Interpreter,

11,250.00 6,508.94 Certain diplomatic services,

3,000.00 8,554.94 Commissioner to Sandwich Islands,

6,417.12 3,075.00 Intercourse with Barbary powers,

6,300.00 13,067.33 Interpreters, guards, &c., at the Consulates in Turkish dominions,

2,329.00 1,258.81 Payments under Art. 9 of Treaty with Spain, 440.00

186.00 Outstanding claims of missions to China,

6,079.47 French seamen killed or wounded at Toulon, 500.00 Payments of claims of late republic of Texas,

30,000.00 Total foreign intercourse,

391,113.95 390,897.70 Miscellaneous. Surveys of public lands,

145,013.45 169,902.63 Support and maintenance of light-houses, &c., 501,018.49 419,277.80 Marine hospitals,

123,257.42 140,995.50 Building marine hospitals,

7,058.72 23,376.07 Public buildings in Washington, &c.,

38,067.57 36,325.05 Furniture of the President's house,

1,162.96 Support of the penitentiary in Dist! Columbia, 12,719.02 7,389.46 Patent fund,

44,280.91 46,708.28 Distribution of the sales of public lands,

11,181.36 Payment to Maine and Massachusetts, for ex

penses incurred in protecting the heretofore disputed territory,

19,805.32 Building custom-houses, &c.,

64,062.36 92,140.48 Survey of the coast of the United States, 111,000.00 146,000.00 Mint establishment,

89,972.97 76,850.00 Relief of sundry individuals,

120,070.14 66,340.30 Auxiliary watch in the city of Washington, 6,776.61 7,333.33 Expenses incidental to loans and Treas. notes, 26,184.34 25,532.02 Support of lunatics of the Dist. of Columbia, 5,770.45 3,700.00 Three per cent. to Illinois,

17,200.95 43,383.40 Five per cent. to Michigan,

1,262.48 1,649.15 Five per cent. to Arkansas,

870.62 2,609.28 Two per cent. fund to Mississippi

5,039.83 Three per cent. to Ohio,

65,749.09 Five per cent. to Florida,

975.80 1,930.92 Five per cent. to Louisiana,

6,567.75 Three per cent. to Alabama,

21,574.56 Three per cent. to Missouri,

31,997.96 Three per cent. to Mississippi,

13,049.86 Relief of the cities of the Dist. of Columbia, 117,471.62 113,350.98 Debentures and other charges,

430,668.00 252,000.00 Additional compensation to collectors, &c., 10,697.63 4,238.50 Payment of horses, &c., lost,

18,424.71 6,166.09 Duties refunded under protest,

560,483.37 301,783.76 Repayment for lands erroneously sold,

23,335.12 22,669.12 Refunding purchase-money for land sold in the Greensburg district, Louisiana,

6,876.54 1,547.71 Results and acct. of the Exploring Expedition, 25,252.40 20,000.00

Year ending Year ending

June 30, 1847. June 30, 1848. Preparing indices to the manuscript papers of Washington,

$ 2,000.00 $ 1,256.00 Payment of books ordered by Congress, 107,871.27 11,849.69 Deficiency in revenue from postage,

225,000.00 Postages of the departments,

22,221.96 Postage of departments, and (in 1846 - 47) of Congress,

311,298.99 Additional compensation to judges in Missouri, 4,000.00

2,000.00 Proposed edition of the Laws and Treaties of the United States,

10,500.00 Building light-houses,

7,099.37 182,169.88 Statues for east front of Capitol,

7,500.00 Smithsonian Institution, act of August 10, 1846,

257,584.07 30,910.07 Payments of sundry certificates,

4,250.28 392.17 Documentary history of the United States, 25,245.00 Discriminating tonnage duties,

2,801.29 1,745.72 Certain duties refunded, :

128,855.20 53,566.28 Expenses of mineral land service,

7,500.00 45,606.17 Boundary-line between United States and British Provinces,

26,000.00 Salaries of assistant treasurers and clerks, act| of August 6, 1846,

11,102.61 24,589.80 Contingencies under said act, .

5,000.00 11,806.08 Compensation of special agents to examine accounts, &c.,

1,900.00 2,793.60 Plans and drawings made by topographical officers, under resolution of Senate,

4,988.00 All other items of a miscellaneous nature, .

5,565.49 3,779.59 Refunding duties collected contrary to terms of Convention of 1815,

2,202.35 Refunding duties collected under act of August 30, 1842,

87.16 Consular receipts,

609.66 Building revenue-cutter,

6,000.00 Purchase of manuscripts of James Madison,

25,000.00 Historical painting for the Capitol,

2,000.00 Repairs of the Potomac Bridge,

2,200.00 Coinpleting the synopsis of Treasury instructions, &c.,

2,000.00 Total miscellaneous,

3,762,732.04 2,546,216.05 Under the direction of the War Department. Army proper,

17,880,842.91 18,939,155.84 Military Academy, .

124,339.21 130,537.16 Fortifications, and other works of defence, 932,962.08 313,743.90 Armories, arsenals, and munitions of war, 1,617,216.28 1,306,486.47 Harbours, roads, rivers, &c.,

36,117.67 67,736.07 Surveys, ·

38,121.41 30,893.47 Pensions,

1,726,785.71 1,194,884.99 Indian Department,

1,228,280.40 1,097,606.80 Claims of the State of Virginia,

23,160.08 26,906.01 Arming and equipping the militia,

162,597.55 292,780.64 Payments to militia and volunteers,

1,368,709.40 3,226,442.53 Mexican hostilities,

16,001,226.42 1,174,232.32 Relief of individuals and miscellaneous, 141,247.50 18,756.88

Total under direction of the War Dep't, 41,281,606.62 27,820,163.08

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