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Statement of the lands sold in the Mississippi territory from the

1st of October, 1811, to the 30th of September, 1812 ; showing also the amount of receipts from individuals and payments made by receivers during the same time ; with the balance due, both on the 1st of October, 1811, and 1st October, 1812.

Lands sold, after deducting lands reverted, acres 144,872 751
Purchase money, $ 299,904 36
Lands reverted, acres 5,529 86
In hands of receivers, Oct. 1, 1811,

33,717 491 Due by individuals, Oct. 1, 1811,

474,541 2.5 Receipts by Receivers. On account of purchase money,

121,377 411 On account of forfeitures,

541 36 Payments made by Receivers. Into the treasury,

85,675 77 The part for expenses,

5,920 11 Repayments,

231 06 Balance due, Oct. 1, 1812. From individuals,

653,068 83 By receivers,

63,809 32

Total balance due Oct. 1, 1812,

716,877 513

Total Sales of Lands.

Amount of lands sold from the

opening of the offices to the Acres. 1st Oct. 1811,

339,309 13} Amount sold since, as above stated,

144,872 75]

Dollars. 703,268 66

299,904 367

484,181 89 1,003,173 023 General Land Office, 3d December, 1812.

EDWARD TIFFIN, Commissioner.

D. An estimate of the principal redeemed of the debt of the United

States, from the 1st October, 1811, to the 30th September, 1812, and also from April 1, 1801, to September 30, 1812. Redemption from 1st October, 1811, to 30th September, 1812. The amount of warrants issued on the treasurer of the United

States, on account of the interest of the domestic debt, and of the reimbursement of the old six per cent and deferred stocks, from the 1st October, 1811, to the 30th September, 1812, exclusive of a repayment of dollars 24,927 30, and of the reimbursement of part of the converted stock, and the chase of Louisiana six per cent. stock, as stated below, was

$ 3,210,418 28 Deduct interest, which accrued

during the same period, 1,686,821 89

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Reimbursement of the old six per cent. and deferred stocks

1,523,596 39 Ditto of converted six per cento stock 1,294,452 29 Purchase of Louisiana six per cent. stock (cost $ 116,761 17)

118,500 Payments to foreign officers, and for certain parts of the domestic debt

1,917 31

(a) 2,938,465 99 Redemption from 1st April, 1801, to 30th September, 1811, per

the secretary's report of 25th November, 1811. Reimbursement of the old six per cent. and deferred stocks,

13,312,846 57 Ditto, of the navy six per cent. stock, 711,700 Ditto,

of the five and a half per cent. stock,

1,847,500 Ditto, of the four and a half per cent. stock,

176,000 Ditto, and purchase of eight per cent. stock,

6,359,600 Ditto, ditto, of exchanged six per cent. stock,

6,293,351 12 Payments for lands, in certificates of the debt of the United States,

268,240 70 Ditto, to foreign officers, and for certain parts of the domestic debt,

90,092 58 Ditto, on account of domestic loans, 3,440,000 Reimbursement of the foreign debt,

10,075,004

42,574,334 97

Total principal redeemed, from 1st April, 1801, to 30th September, 1812,

45,512,800 96 To this sum must be added, dif

ference between the nominal amount of three per cent. stock extinguished, and that of converted stock, issued under the

act of 11th February, 1807, $ 1,001,458 45 Difference between the nominal

amount of six per cent. and deferred stocks, as here stated, and the amount actually reimbursed, as per accounts settled at the treasury, arising from unclaimed dividends and arrears of interest,

324,274 91

1,325,733 36 From which deduct reimburse

ment on stock, paid in for lands,

prior to the 30th Sept. 1805, 4,229 90 True amount reimbursed, from 1st

1,321,503 46 April, 1801, to 30th September, 1812,

$ 46,834,304 42

(a) There was received on loan from 1st October, 1811, to 30th September, 1812,

$ 5,847,212 50 From which deducting the principal redeemed, 2,938,465 99 Leaves for the actual increase of debt during that period,

2,908,746 51 9,907,990 80 Arrears of internal revenues and direct tax, 7,066 07 Sales of public lands,

E. Statement of receipts and payments at the treasury of the United

States, from 1st October, 1811, to 30th September, 1812. Cash in the treasury, subject to warrant, October 1, 1811,

$ 3,947,818 36 Received for the proceeds of the Customs,

822,599 64 Cents and half cents coined at the mint,

7,975 95 Fees on patents,

6,990 00 Public arms sold to states,

29,434 50 Public property sold,

1,119 51 Postage of letters,

85,000 00 Salt works in the Illinois territory,

7,910 25 Fines, penalties, and forfeitures,

80 95 Consular receipts under act of April 14, 1792, 1,161 14 Treasurer's drafts, lost or destroyed,

52 50 Repayments,

57,565 59 Loan,

5,847,212 50

Dollars 20,729,977 76

Payments on the following accounts, viz. :

Civil expenses, both foreign and domestic, viz. : Civil list proper,

816,655 13 Light house establishment,

131,420 04 Grants and miscellaneous claims,

22,073 58 Marine hospital establishment,

56,062 06 Mint establishment,

15,206 22 Public buildings in Washington,

14,000 00 Furniture for the president's house,

300 00 Military pensions,

94,358 44 Unclaimed merchandise,

280 02 Purchase of books for congress,

1,000 00 Third census,

68,799 11 Consular receipts, under act of April 14, 1792, 1,161 14 Prize money for the navy pension fund,

478 00 Relief of the citizens of Venezuela,

47,840 73 Survey of the coast of the United States,

13,308 68 Better accommodation of the general post-office, &c. 11,853 91 Prisoners of war,

5,000 00 Trading houses with the Indians,

16,870 00 Road from Cumberland to the Ohio,

38,020 75 Roads within the state of Ohio,

20,000 00 Ditto, under treaty of Brownstown,

445 50 Surveys of public lands,

17,264 19 Ascertaining land titles in Louisiana,

19,101 48 Intercourse with foreign nations, Barbary treaties, seamen,

364,039 21 Contingent expenses of intercourse with foreign na

42,538 30 American claims assumed by the Louisiana convention,

4,992 86 Military Expenses, viz.: Military department, fortifications, ordnance, militia, volunteers,

7,770,300 00 Indian department,

230,975 00 Naval Expenses, viz. : Naval department, marine corps, navy yards, 3,107,501 54

Public Debt, viz. : Interest and charges,

2,498,013 19 Reimbursement of principal,

2,938,465 99 Balance in the treasury, subject to warrant, September 30, 1812,

tions,

2,361,652 69

Dollars 20,729,977 76

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