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BANK STATISTICS.

[Compiled for the Bankers' Magazine from the official Reports.]

Bank of the State of Missouri and its Five Branches.
LIABILITIES.

Dec. 31, 1845. Dec. 31, 1847. Dec. 30, '48. Capital stock owned by the State,

$954,205 $954,205 8954,205 Do. owned by individuals,

246,377 250,511 253,962 Circulation,

2,195,840 2,404,160 2,569,950 Individual deposits,

1,296,423 1,364,650 1,735,410 Bank balances, .

37,859 138,073 170,695 Contingent Fund,.

79,978 98,850 122,90 Interest and exchange,

176,612 196,870 186,203 Suspense account,

17,223 17,223 17,223 Total Liabilities,

$5,004,521 $5,424,543 $6,010,613 RESOURCES.

Dec, 30, 1845. Dec. 30, 1847. Dec. 30, '48. Bills discounted,

$1,433,038 $1,775,886 $1,816,150 Exchanges matured, .

544,675 136,245

474,350 Exchanges maturing,

733,894 511,168 590,095 Suspended debt,

170,046 164,218 155,458 Due by State of Missouri,

76,844 110,572 123,538 Real estate,

136,016 122,574 125,850 Bank balances,

47,900 20,520 53,905 Expense account,

14,145 15,451

15,426 Certificates of Bank of Illinois,

183,946 181,756 191,533 Do. of State Bank of Illinois,

24,367 24,367 Bank notes,

185,736 47,040 36,560 Gold and silver coin,

1,453,614 2,314,719 2,427,686 Total Resources,

$5,004,521 $5,424,543 $6,010,613 Dividend for the six months ending 31 December, 51 per cent., of which is payable to the State and 5 per cent. to the stockholders. LOCATION.

Capital. Deposits.

Circulation, St. Louis, .

$607,873 $1,577,000 Fayette Branch,

120,059 20,000 Palmyra

120,059

34,000 Jackson

120,059

8,000

200,000 Springfield

$1,522,000

240,000 209,000

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120,058 19,000

157,000 Lexington

120,058 74,000 Loans.

Specie. St. Louis,

$1,719,000 $1,914,000 Fayette Branch,

236,000 117,000 Palmyra

215,000 89,000 Jackson

209,000 106,000 Springfield"

170,000 92,000 Lexington

283,000 107,000

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240,000 Bank Balanca.

$13,000

3,500 1,000

10,000 25,000

Specie.

Bank of Kentucky, .
Northern Bank,
Bank of Louisville,

Total, January, 1849, .

KENTUCKY.

Deposits. Circulation. Loans.
$725,000 $2,825,000 $5,050,000 $1,387,000
805,000 2,252,000

3,924,000
197,000

1,195,000 1,794,000 $1,727,000 $6,272,000 $10,765,000 $2,855,000

942,000 529,000

Bank of Kentucky and Seven Branches.
LIABILITIES.

Jan. 1846. Jan. 1847. Jan. 1849. Jan. 1849. Capital stock, .

$3,700,000 $3,700,000 $3,700,000 $3,700,000 Over issue by the Schuylkill Bk. 470,300 338,300 52,100 36,500 Contingent fund,

89,262 92,471 89,785 103,867 Deposits,

740,934 609,203 671,965 725,946 Fund to purchase over issue, &c. 55,137 85,708

51,626 Dividends declared,.

105,256 100,957 93,502 93,412 Bank balances,

392,814 463,163 344,144 321,450 Circulation,

2,586,672 2,434,659 2,781,706 2,525,847 Due Treasurer of State,

53,181 46,392 95,991 37,232 Profit and loss,

50,218 Conting't fund reserved by charter, 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 Total Liabilities,

$8,343,824 $7,971,348 $7,929,493 $7,995,910 RESOURCES.

Jan. 1846. Jan. 1947. Jan. 1849. Jan. 1849. Notes discounted,

$3,093,840 $2,959,060 $2,642,215 $2,555,390 Bills of Exchange,

1,650,222 1,755,505 2,132,721 2,495,243 Suspended debt, stocks, &c. . 167,429 88,068 95,801 95,618 Banking houses,

87,534 87,534 87,534 103,913 Real estate,

164,671 140,305 123,504 93,860 Kentucky bonds, .

250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 Louisville bonds,

200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 Bank balances,

445,692 676,062 560,415 531,933 Due from corporations,

19,433 15,425 21,709 26,233 Deficiency for over issue,

470,300 338,300 52,100 36,500 Gold and silver,

1,275,305 1,240,305 1,371,393 1,337,148 Notes of other banks,

319,338 221,734 345,372 220,072 Stock fund,

46,722

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Total Resources,

$6,343,824 $7,971,348 $7,929,493 $7,995,910 The over issue by the Schuylkill Bank amounted to $1,318,500, which was assumed by the Bank of Kentucky; all of which has been liquidated except $36,500.

Bank of Louisville and Two Branches.
LIABILITIES.

Jan. 1946. Jan. 1847. Jan. 1848. Jan. 1849. Capital stock,

$1,032,100 $1,032,000 $1,050,000 $1,080,000 Circulation,

1,024,227 939,822 1,126,328 1,195,051 Deposits,

213,782 161,380 230,898 197,226 Bank balances,

109,517 57,092 132,938 224,384 Dividends unpaid,

34,401 2,600 3,569 2,961 Profit and loss,

77,231 126,829 159,166 175,520

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Total,

$2,541,259 $2,369,723 $2,731,898 $2,975,172 RESOURCES.

Jan. 1846. Jan. 1947. Jan. 1848. Jan. 1949, Notes discounted,

$866,433 $736,698 $648,060 $569,977 Bills of exchange,

811,570 717,997 1,136,262 1,224,203 Louisville bonds, .

80,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 Bank balances,

146,772 132,830 154,410 246,026 Suspended debt and costs,

91,408 89,443 47,962 60,200 Real estate, .

111,492 97,271 89,271 88,912 Specie on hand,

351,094 445,844 510,341 529,246 Bank notes,

82,489 75,650 70,592 81,608 Total,

$2,541,258 $2,369,723 $2,731,898 $2,875,172 Dividend, January, 1849. Four per cent.

Northern Bank of Kentucky and Four Branches.
LIABILITIES.

Jan. 1846. Jan. 1847. Jan. 1845. Jan. 1849. Capital stock, .

$2,237,600 $2,235,900 $2,235,900 $2,250,000 Profit and loss,

267,058 237,158 334,542 370.630 Dividends unpaid, 6,491 7,748 6,358

8,430 Deferred interest, 7,754 7,613 8,840

6,093 Circulation,

2,453,532 2,336,513 2,576,750 2,252,530 Deposits,

674,503 605,320 742,806 505,973 Bank balances,

669,327 903,450 827,153 492,418 Bilis payable,

18,450 6,150 Total Liabilities,

$6,334,715 $6,392,882 96,735,409 86,188,070 RESOURCES.

Jan. 1846. Jan. 1847. Jan. 1845. Jan. 1849. Bills discounted, .

$1,849,698 $1,845,272 $1,785,302 $1,591,312 Bills of exchange,

2,007,237 1,927,466 2,156,410 2,333,043 Suspended debt,

123,269 122,005 136,910 119,197 Kentucky bonds, . 5,000 5,000 5,000

5,000 Lexington City bonds,

35,000 33,000 29,000 22,400 Bank balances,

929,231 1,061,265 1,111,784 524,631 Real estate,

179,365 135,340 123,950 119,321 Gold and silver,

909,704 931,806 1,033,413 942,191 Notes of other banks,

287,919 322,595 340,760 218,795 Miscellaneous,

8,793 8,833 8,850 13,130

Total Resources,

$6,334,715 $6,392,382 $6,735,409 $6,138,070 Dividend, January, 1849. Four and a half per cent.

COUNTRY BANKS OF MARYLAND, Jan. 1, 1849. Prepared for our February No. but excluded by the press of other matter. LIABILITIES.

Capita. Circulation. Deposits. Miscellaneous. Farmers Bank and two Branches, . $819,575 $299,713 $541,296 $43,200 Patapsco Bank, 125,000 52,056 61,400

9,404 Cumberland Bank,

112,937 43,970 71,778 26,515 Mineral Bank,

129,154 75,610 23,990 5,066 Hagerstown Bank,

250,000 221,887 59,792 47,017 Havre de Grace Bank, 50,000 25,976 1,660

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Total, January, 1949, $2,372,527 $265,445 $306,549 $ 151,077 Baltimore Banks,

10,440,539 1,805,909 1,290,783 347,565 In addition to the above, there are the following country banks whose returns we have not received.

Capital Frederick, Farmers and Mechanics Bank,

$125,430 Frederick County Bank,

150,000 Westininster, Westminster Bank,

60,000 Williamsport, Washington County Bank,

135,000 Total Bank Capital of Maryland, $8,930,742.

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GOLD.

SILVER.

STATISTICS OF THE COINAGE. From “A Manual Gold and Silver Coins of all Nations; showing their History and Legal Basis, and their Actual Weight, Fineness and Value, chiefly from Original and Recent Assays. By J. R. Eckfeldt and Williain E. Du Bois, Assayers of the Mint of the U. S. Illustrated by numerous engravings of Coins."

[Continued from p. 521.] COINAGE OF PERU.

TOTAL. Ten years, 1901–10, $3,216,400 $42,500,000

845,716,400
Do. 1811-20,

5,593,700
54,655,000

60,248,700 Do. 1821-30,

1,294,700
15,435,700

16,730,400 Four years, 1931-34,

401,700

11,400

413,100
1335, 36,
No returns.

No returns.
1937,

120,000
2,564,000

2,654,000
1839,
No returns.

No returns.
1939,
None.
2,406,200

2,406,200
1840,
None.
3,104,000

3,104,000
1341,
None.
2,789,800

2,788,800 The foregoing returns for 1839 to 1841, do not include the coinage at the mints of Cuzco and Arequipa. At the former, the annual amount is supposed to be about one million of dollars-one-third of which is gold: at the latter, the amount in 1838, was near one million, but does not now reach $100,000 annually.

The largest annual coinage in Peru, in the past century, was, of gold, in 1758, 1,170,000; of silver, in 1794, $5,304,000.

COINAGE OF CHILI.

GOLD.

SILVER.

TOTAL.

Ten years, 1911-20,

$6,171,800
$3,527,000

$9,698,800
Do. 1821-30,

1,694,000

350,295

2,044,295
1931,
None.

47,850

47,850
1832,
192,440

37,950

230,390
1633,
418,336

94,150

502,456
1634,
522,240

44,550

566,790
1335,
None.

3,300

3,300
1836,

472,464
No return.

472,464 The largest amount of gold coined, for many years, was in 1810, $865,000; of silver, in 1817, $535,000.

COINAGE OF BOLIVIA.
GOLD.
SILVER.

TOTAL.
Ten years, 1801-10,

$5,096,000
$30,772,500

$35,868,500
Do.
1811-20,

125,936
20,542,500

20,668,436 Do.

703,120
15,006,750

16,709,870
1831,
122,944

1,815

124,759
1832,
148,512

1,815

150,327 1933,

99,824

1,897

101,721 1834,

80,240

1,899

82,138
1835,
184,144

1,997

186,041
1836,

88,000
1,947,000

2,035,000
1837

195,000
2,070,000

2,268,000 The largest gold coinage for many years past, was in 1805, $785,000; of silver, in 1796, $4,274,000.

1521-30,

COINAGE OF GREAT BRITAIN.

The gold coinage, for some years previous to the monetary law of 1816, was nearly in a state of suspension; in the three years of 1809, 1810, and 1811, the amount was about £300,000, annually, and in 1813, £520,000. In the three years following, there was no gold coined. There was no silver coinage, except Bank tokens, from 1788 to 1815. The following tables commence with the year 1816, and extend to 1840, inclusive.*

GOLD.
SILVER.

TOTAL.
Five years, 1816–20,

£3,090,500
£6,932,500

£15,023,600 Do. 1821-25,

24,233,300

1,450,000

25,733,300 Do. 1826-30, 14,252,300

766,300

15,019,600 Do. 1831-35, 6,737,500

613,400

7,350,900 1836, 1,737,800

197,700

2,255,500 1637, 1,253,100

75,250

1,323,35) 183, 2,355,400

173,850

3,0-29,250 1839,

504,300
390,450

894,750 1840,

None.
207,700

207,700
£59,764,500
£11,107,450

£70,571,950 The copper coinage from 1816 to 1836, was £180,107.

The largest annual amount of gold coinage was in 1821, when it reached the prodigious sum of £9,520,758, equal to $46,270,000. In 1819, there was only the sum of £3,574. No gold was coined in 1816 and 1840.

The largest amount in silver was in 1817, £2,436.298, equal to $10,722,000. In the three years of 1830, 1832, and 1833, the annual sum was only about £150. The variation in the yearly amount of labor is probably as great as at any mint in the world.

The following table shows the total amount of coinage in pieces, from 1816 to 1840.

GOLD.

Double sovereigns,
Sovereigns,
Half sovereigns,

PIECES.

16,119 55,469,389 8,527,681

VALIE.

£32,235 55,469,3.9 4,263,540

GOLD.

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*Note.—We find in the “British Almanac and Companion, for 1949," a statement of the Coinage in Great Britain to 1847, inclusive, showing the following results.[Ed. B. M.)

SILVER.

TOTAL..
To 1840, (as above) £59,764,500 £11,107,450 £70,571,950
Year 1841,

378,472
96,175

474,647
1842,
5,977,015

204,732

6,151.747
1943,
6,607,850

276,276

6,934,126
1844,
3,563,949

626,670

4,190,619
1845,
4,244,506

647,658

4,592,164
1846,
4,334,697

559,543

4,894,245 5,159,440

125,730

5,284,170 Total,

£90,029,429 £13,644,239 £103,673,665 Average for 11 years, ending 1847,

£2,716,000 £221,700 £2,937,700

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