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payable for the time being upon the cargo if imported into the port of Havana, in an American boitom.

Sec 3. And be it further enacted, That no Spanish vessel shall be allowed to clear out or depart from a port of the United States, with any goods, wares, or merchandise, except upon a destination to some port or place in the island of Cuba, or Porto Rico, without giving bond with approved security, in double the value of the vessel +od cargo, that the said cargo or any part thereof shall not be landed in either of the saint islands; which bond shall be cancelled on producing of certificare from an American consul that the said cargo has been linded elsewhere, bona fide and without intention to re-ship it for a port in one of the said islands.

SEC. 4. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby authorized from time to time to estimate the said additional tonnage duty, and to give directions to the officers of the customs of the United States, for the collections of such duties so as to conform the same to any variation which may take place in the discriminating duties levied on the cargoes of American vessels in the said port of Havana.

SEC. 5. And be at further enacted, That whenever the President of the United States shall be satisfied, that the discriminating duties in favor of Spanish-bottoms levied upon cargoes of American vessels in the ports of Cuba and Porto Rico have been abolished, or whenever in his opinion a satisfactory arrangement upon the subject of the said duties shall have been made between the United States and Spain, the President is hereby authorized to declare the same by proclamation, and thereupon this act shall cease to have any further force or effet,

( Approved, June 30th, 1834.

PUBLICATION OF THE LAWS. It is inade the duty of the Secretary of State, by act of 11th May, 1820, to cause all Resolutions and Laws passed by Congress, (expect such as are of a private nature,) tu be published in a number of newspapers, nos exceeding one in the District of Columbia, and in not more than three io each State and Territory : all public Treaties are to be published in the same inanner, except Indian treaties, which are published in one paper only, and that within the State or Territory to which the subject matter of the treaty belongs. For publishing the laws, resolutions, and treaties, the Proprietors of newspapers receive, by the act of 20th April, 1818, at the rate of one dollar per page (estimated according to the act of 1820) of the pamphlet addition, published by the Secretary of State.

The following are the Newspapers authorized to publish the laws passed at the second session of the twenty-third Congress. Maine.

| New Hampshire Gazette. Portsmouth The Age ......................Augusta. Democratic Republican...Hayerhill Eastern Argus......... .. Portland.

Massachusetts. Eastern Republican......... Bangor. Boston Statesinan........ ..Boston.

New Hampshire. Pitttsfield Sun............Pitt-field, New Hampshire Patriot and State Worcester County Republican.... Gazette......

Concord Worcester...

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Connecticut.

Alabama. Norwich Republican...... Norwich. Democral.......

Huntsville. Hartford Times...... Hartford. Flag of the Union...... Tuscaloosa. Columbian Register .... New Haven Mobile Commerc'l Rrgister, Mobile. Rhode Island.

Mississippi. Newport Mercury .........Newport. American Standard...... .Natchez, Republicau Herald..... Providence. Southern Argus..........Columbus. Rhode Island Republican..Newport Mississippian..

..Jackson. Vermoni.

Louisiana. Vermont Gazette......,Bennington. Louisiana Courier.... New Orleans. Patriot & State Gazette.. Montpelier. Louisiana Democrat........Clinton. Vermont Argus... ...Brandon. Atlakapas Gazette.. St. Martinsville. New York,

Tennessee. New York Times........ New York. Nashville Republican...,Nashville. Albany Argus............... Albany. Truth Teller...............Jackson. Rochester Republican..., Rochester. Knoxvillé Register.......Knoxville. New Jersey.

Kentucky West Jersey Observer.. Bridgetown. Frankfort Argus..........Frankfort. Emporium & True Aner'u . Trenton. Kentucky Gazette ........ Lexington. The Jerseyman......... Morristown. Kentucky Republican.. Greensburg. Pennsylvania

Ohio. Pennsylvania Reporter and Demo-Cincinnati Advertiser.... Cincinnati.

cratic Herald........ Harrisburg, Ohio Monitor............Columbus. American Sentinel.... Philadelphia Warran News-Letter...... Warran. Alleghany Democrat...... Pittsburg.

Indiana.
Delaware.

The Mercury ............ Lafayette. Delaware Gazette and America, Indiana Palladium..Lawrenceburg

Watchman..... .Wilmington, Indiana Democrat..... Indiana polis Delaware State Jounal Wilmington

Mlinois.
Maryland

Illinois Journal....... Shawneetown). Eastern Shore Whig anil People's Jacksonville News....Jacksonville. Advocate.................

Easton. Nlinois Advocate.......... Vandalia Baltimore Republican..,Baltimore.

Missouri. Republican Citizen. Fredericktown. Farmers' and Mechanics' Advocate, Virginia.

St. Louis........ Norfolk Beacon............Norfolk. Jackson Eagle..............Jackson Virginia Advocate..Charlottesville. Jeffersonian Republican, Jefferson Democratic Republic'n. Morgantown City. North Carolina.

Arkansas. The Standard..............Raleigh. Arkansas Gazette......Little Rock. North Carolina Sentinel.. Newbern. Helena Herald............... Helena. North Carolina Journal.... Fayette

Michigan. ville........

Michigan Sentinel ..........Monroe. South Carolina.

Michigan Statesman.. White Pigeon. Southern Patriot........Charleston. Democratic Free Press......Detroit. Camden Journal...........Camden

Florida. Mountaineer

...Greenville. Floridian Advocate.... Tallahassee. Georgia.

East Florida Herald..St Augustine. Georgian....

Savanpah. Pensacola Gazette....... Pensacola. Georgia Constitutionalist:, Augusta. District of Columbia. Standard of the Union, Milledgeville Globe.......

.Washington.

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Generai Stalement of the amount of Estimates, Appropriations, and
Expenditures, for the years, 1832, 1833, and 1834-(See p. 228.)

1832.
GENERAL HEADS.

Estimates. Appropriations. Expenditures. Civil, miscellaneous, and)

foreign intercourse........ 2,807,065 65 5,027,375 04 4,577,141 45 Military establishment, including pensions.......

....... 6,149,415 02 3,904,803 25 7,982,877 03 Naval establishment........ 3,907,618 71 4,465,573 53 3,956,370 29

Aggregate of the above.. 12,864,099 38 18,397,751 82 16,516,388 77 Public debl.......... 10,000,000 00 18,078,933 85 17,840,309 29 Total, dollars...... 22.864,099 38/36,476,690 6734,356 698 06

1833 GENERAL HEADS.

Estimates. Appropriations. Expenditures. Civil, miscellaneous, and

foreign intercourse....... 3,739,361 705,773,753 46 5,716,245 93 Military establishment, iu

.cluding pensions....... 10,878,790 0913,054,157 18 13,096,152 43 Naval establishment........ 3,377,429 34 3,867,872 01 3,901,356 75

Aggregate of the above... 17,995,581 17 22,695,782 65 22,713,755 11 Public debt.......

7,299,656 00 10,100,000 00 1,543,543 38 Total, dollars........ 25,295,237 17132.695,782 6524,257,298 49

1834. GENERAL HEADS.

Estimates. Approprial10118. Expenditures.
Civil, miscellaneous, and

foreign intercourse. 2,798,785 33 4,525,670 30
Military establislıment, in-
cluding pensions...... ....

11,207,630 21 11.929,868 51
Naval establishinent....... 4,051,073 19 4,562,745 48

Aggregate of the above... 18,057,488 73 21.618,284 29*
Public debt................

4,995 082 08 4,995,082 08
Total, dollars........ 23,052,570 81 26,013,366 37
* Includes the estimated amount of indefinite appropriations that may be drawn for
until the close of the year,

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LIST OF STOCKS OWNED BY THE UNITED STATES. 10,000 shares in the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Coinpany $999,000.00

800 shares in the Dismal Swamp Canal Company...... 200,000 00 2,335 shares in the Louisville and Portland Canal Company 233,500 CO 2,250 shares in Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Company 450,000.00

$1,682,500.00 *63,434 shares in the Bark of the United States....... 6,434,000 00)

*The balance of the original subscription to the Bank United States, 6,566 shares, was transferred to the Treasurer of the United States, for the use of the Secretary of the Navy, for the payment of navy and privateer pension funds, under the provision of an act of Congress.

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3,600

11,690

Statement exhibiting the Quarterly Imports and Exports of Gold and Silver Bullion, and Specie, during the year ending Seplember 30, 1834.

Imports.

Esports.
DISTRICTS.

Bullon.
Specie. Bullion,

Specie.
Gold. Silver. Gold. Silver Gold. (Silver Gold. Silver.
4th Quarter, 1833.
Boston) ............

2,058 62,466

86,661
86,808

18,100 242,500 New York.. 92,434 70,522

38,964

171,764 9,570 963 19,093 23,923 Philadelphia .....

6, 130 45
2,400 257,750

72, 156 Baltimore........ 180

1,668

36,445 Charleston.......

1,500 New Orleans....

858,614

958

1,260 All others.... 3,161 2,412 35,816 216,916

8,391 864,775 1st Quarter, 1834. Boston.............

9,640 11,875

4,768
24,232

500 93,700 New York....... 2,435 57,364 176,342 639,363 3,111 1,629 6,722 Philadelphia .....

300 15,511 Baltimore.......... 1,117 25,251 10

106, 159 Charleston.........

710

6,000 New Orleans.. 5,372 1,490, 127

1,000 All others........ 92, 246 92,849

500 2d Quarter, 1834. Boston............ 16,039 37,087 26,856 76,254

70,739 65,842 New York...... 9,732 20,641 208,153 3,753,353

87,1551 61,009 Philadelphia

9,466 127,790

9,168 156,760 Baltimore ........3,563 34,098 2,860 41,051

3,050 Charleston......

640
57,961

8,000 New Orleans..... 24,028 2,416 52,400 2,049, 107

2,400 1,000 All others.....

41,989

399,055
3d Quarter, 1834.
Boston............

477
13,755 114,953

51,080 34,146 New York....... 156,842 94,6152, 299, 299 2,057,662

7,383 279,930 Philadelphia...

2,959
5,065 22,459

1,585 9,760 Baltimore...

118,953

250 1,000 Charleston.... New Orleans ..

736 1,198,565 All others....... 81,683 163,985

190, OCO Total, $ 330,309 419, 264 3 147, 799 14,089, 43912, 681 2,591 248, 190 1,727,995 During the rear.

27,792 111,905 82,070 251,652 New York......, 261,448 243, 142 2,722, 685 6,622,142 12,681 2,591 70,355 364,861

140,418 496, 189 Philadelphia...... 9,089 45 17,281 423,540

22,428 292,666 4,960 59,344 10,968 267,826 Charleston......

3,8001 97,445

5,150 New Orleans.... 24,023 2,416

59,761

14,000 59,509 5,596,713 All others........

3,858)

3, 260 3,161 2,412 251, 184 866,805

8,381 639,575 Total........... $ 330,308 419, 264 3,147,799 14,088,439 12,691 2,391 248, 1901, 727,995 Total Exports...$ 12,681 2,591249, 190 1,727,995 Ex. of Imports.. 817,627 416,673 2,899,60912,

860,444 Aggregate excess, 815,994,353

84,000

......

8,096

Bosion...........

.

Baltimore.......

Statement exhibiting the total amount of the Public Debt of the United States, on the 1st of

January, in each year, from 1791 to 1835, inclusive; with the payments made annually on account of the same, distinguishing the amount paid on account of the principal from that paid for interest.

PAYMENTS.
Years.
Total amount

Paid of Prin-
of publie debt.

cipal.
For Interest. Charges on) Loss un
fur'n loans. Jexchange.

Total 1791 75,463,476 52 2,938,512 06 2,090,637 44 258,800 00

5,287,949 50 1792 77,227.924 €6 4,062, 037 76 3,076,628 23 125,000 00

7,263,665 99, 1793 80,352.634 C4 3,047, 263 18 2,714,293 83 57,948 25

5,819,505 29 1794

78,427,404 77 2,311, 285 57 3,413, 254 50 54,062 20 22,975 82 5,801,578 09 1795 80,747,597 99 2,895, 260.45 3, 136,671 16 52,48000

6,054,411 61 1796 S8, 762,172 01 2,640,791 91 3, 183, 490 56

1,563 97 5,835,546 44 1797 82 064,479 33 2,492,378 76 3,220,043 06 80,000 00

5,792,421 82 1798 79,229,529 12 937,012 86 3,059, 281 28

3,990,294 14 1799 78,408,669 77 1,410,589 183, 186,287 60

4,596,876 78 1800 $2,976,294 35 1, 203,665 23 3,374,704 72

4,578,369 95 1801 83,088,050 80 2,878,794 11 4,396,998 69 4,000 00 11,914 24 7,291,707 04 1802 80,712,632 25 5,413,965 81 4, 120,098 95 5,000 00

9,539,004 76 1803 77,054,696 80 3,407,831 43 3,790, 113 41 6,000 00 52,714 59 7, 256, 159 43 1304 86,427,120 S9 3,905, 204 90 4,259,582 55 7,000 00

8,171,787 45 1805 $2,312,150 50 3, 220,890 97 4,140,998 82 8,000 00

7,369,889 79 1806 75,729,270 C6 5,266,476 73 3,694,407 89 29,000 00

8,999,884 61 1807 69,219,998 64 2,938, 141 62 3,969,578 48

6,807,720 10 1808 65, 196,317 97 6,832,092 48 3,429,152 S7

10,260,245 35 1803 57,023, 192 09 3,586,479 26 2,866,074 90

6,452,554 16 1810 53,173 217 52 5,163,476 93 2,945,427 59

8,008,904 46 1811 48,005,587 76 5,543,470 89 2,465,738 16

8,009,204 05 1812 45,209,737 90 1,998,349 88 2,451,272 57

4,449,622 45 1813 55,962,927 57 7,508,669 22 3,599,455 22

11,108,123 44 1814 81,487,846 24 3,387,304 90 4,593,239 04

7,900,543 94 1815 99,893,660 15 6,874,353 72 5,700,374 91

54,193 72 12,628,922 35 1816 127,934,938 74 17,657,804 24 7,157,500 42

55,758 27 24,871,062 99 1817 129,491,965 16) 19,041,826 31 6,981,209 81,

25,423,036 12 1818 103,466,633 89 15, 279,754 88 6,016,314 98

131 76 21,296, 201 62 1819 95,529,648 28 2,540,388 18 5,163,538 11.

7,703,926 29 1020 91,015,566 15 3,502, 997 08 5, 126,097 20

8,628,494 28 1821 89,987,427 66 3,279,821 61 5,097,272 01

8,367,093 62 1822 93,546,676 98 2,675,987 80 5,172,961 92

7,848,949 12 1923 90,875,877 22 607,391 81| 4,922,684 60

3,530,016 41 1824 90, 269,777 77 11,574,582 291 4,998,861 47

16,568,399 76 1825 89,788.432 71 7,728,784 88 4,370,309 90

12,099,044 78 1826 81,054,059 99 7,061,579 93 3,977,864 65

11,039,444 60 1827 73,987,857 20 6,515,514 47 3,486,071 51

10,001,585 98 1828 67,475,043 87 9,064,637 47 3,098,867 61

12,163,505 OS 1829 58,421,413 67 9,841,02A 55 2,542,776 22

12,383,800 77 1830 48,565,406 50 9,443,173 29 1,912,574 99

11,355,748 22 1831 99,123,191 68 14,790,497 46 1,383,880 76

16,174,378 22 1832 24,322.295 18 17,303,041 91 715,896 94

18,078,938 85 1833 7,001, 698 89 998,524 90 306,888 92

1,304,913 82 1834 4,760,082 08 5,674,412 21 502, 152 98

6, 176,565 19 1835

37,733 05

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