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TONS OF FURNITURE going to other States by way of Buffalo, from 1839 to 1852, inclusive.

1848. 1849.

1850. 1851. 1852.

38

STATES, &c. 1840. 1841. 1842. 1843. 1844. 1845. 1846. 1847.
Pennsylvania 38 28 28 26 26 28 35 31
Ohio

671 877 6101 6921 575 5161 422 348
Michigan

422 258 619 7461 992 7231 602 441 Indiana.

29 42 126) 186 59 99 103 Illinois...

246 168 429 638 797 830 982 446 Wisconsin

154 161

575 1,315/ 1,516 2,0571 2,396 1,142
Kentucky
2 3 1

8

6
Missouri
11 4 7

2 5

3 14
Tennessee...
1

1
Iowa

3 12 13 3 10 36 Canada

23 19 49 47 23 12 10 77

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1,605 1,047| 2,372 3,613| 4,1301 4,241| 4,5091 2,645) 1,953 3,447| 2,575|

6191 1,049

STATEMENT of the tons of property going from tide water, the tons arriving at tide water

from Western States, and from this State; the total tons arriving at tide water, the tons of the internal trade of this state, and the tons of the total movement, on all the canals, froin 1836 to 1852.

ARRIVING AT TIDE WATER.

By way of Erie Canal.

By way of Champlain

Canal.

YEAR.

Going from tide water

Total move

ment.

From
Western
States.

Total arriving Internal move-
at tide water. ment of this

State.

From Vers
mont and
Canada.

From
this State.

From
this State.

1836.
1837
1838.
1839
1840
1841
1842
1843
1844,
1845
1846
1847
1848
1849
1850
1851
1852

Tons.
133,796
122, 130
142,808
142,035
129,580
162,715
123,294
143,595
176,737
195,000
213, 815
288,267
329,557
315,550
418,370
467,961
521,527

Tons.

54,219
56,255
83,233
121,671
158,148
224,176
221,477
256,376
308,025
304,551
506,830
812,840
650,154
768,659
773,858

979, 452
1,151,978

Tons.
364,906
331, 251
336,016
264,596
309,167
308,344
255,672
378,969
491, 791
655,039
600,440
618,412
534,183
498,065
780,817
529,225
492,726

Ton8.
53,853
43,546
36,330
56,308
50,900
50,909
30,515
32 126
33 974
33, 389
41 853
51 377
34,528
65,471
124,083

80,656
107,941

Tons.
223,369
180,729
184,902
159,553
150,797
190,905
155,962
169,390
185,304
211,964
213,196
261,654
229,040
247, 751
355, 155
387,818
482,182

Tons.
696,347
611,781
640,481
602,128
669,012
774,334
666,676

836,861
1,019,094
1,204,943
1,362,319
1,744,283
1,447,905
1,579,946
2,033,863
1,977,151
2,234,827

Tons.
480,664
437,385
549,722
691,550
617,454
584,612
447,011
532,983
620,755
577, 622
692,528

837,260
1,018, 768

999, 236

624,384 1,137,621 1,107,087

Tons. 1,810,807 1,171,296 1,333,011 1,435,713 1,416,046 1,521,661 1,236,931 1,513,439 1,816,586 1,977,565 2,268,662 2,869,810 2,796, 230 2,894,732 3,076,617 3,583,733 3,863,441

NUMBER OF LOCKAGES upon the Erie Canal, at various points, for a series of years.

YEAR.

1835,
1836,
1837,
1838,
1839,
1840,
1841,
1842,
1843,
1844,
1845,
1846,
1847,.
1848,
1849,
1850,
1851,
1852,

21,410

15,703|37,113 25,79822,258 18,280 10,925 11, 206 11,969
22,451 16,001 38,452 25,51621,692 17,038 13,808 11,246 11,248
24,618 13,942 38,560 21,055 18,181 15, 207 10,041 11,173
23,478
16,418;39,896 25,962,20,383 18,557

24,234
26,987
30,320

22,869 19,397116,069 11,697/11,097 8,113
7,326 3,258/12,089|32,673 23,184 21,165 17,44911,697 12,719 8,164
20,845 4,243 13,749 38,83728,219 25,198 20,044 12,994 14,554 10,099
19,963 9,127 12,96841,058 30,452 28, 203 23,052 15,665 14,296 8,647
18,169 11,495 16,19645,860 33,431 32, 212 25,225 20,033 16,347/ 9,971
23,743 15,363|15,125 54,230 43,957 39, 149 31,45026,327 27,295 10,174
19,519 6,940116,255,42,714 34,911 34,760/29,066 20,255 19,470j 9,165
19,355; 9,888 17,609 46,852 36,918 38,634128,740120,124,18,181 10,397
18,382 8,984 24,056 51,422 38,444 41,17027,799,21,111 20,103 12, 801
19,907 10,054 26,838 56,79940,396

29,535 25,094 20,515.13,861 20,1781 8,086/29, 104|57,368|41,572 38,933/29,952 25,164/20,830113, 478 ENGINEERS OF THE NEW-YORK STATE CANALS,

Appointed by the Canal Board.

EASTERN DIVISION. Alexander Campbell, Division Engineer. George Cole, Acting Engineer. F. F. Curry, Resident Engineer on Erie and Black River canals. Wm. A. Perkins, Resident Engineer on Erie and Champlain canals. H. Ramsay, First Assistant.

Orville C. Hartwell

, } and lateral canals.

MIDDLE DIVISION.
Van R. Richmond, Division Engineer.

Residents on Erie canal
Wm. B. Vedder,
Morris S. Kimball, Resident on Oswego canal.
M. C. Fremyre,
Joseph French First Assistants.
Daniel Richmond,

WESTERN DIVISION.
John D. Fay, Division Engineer.
Richard Vernam, Resident on Erie and Genesee Valley canals.
George Cole, Resident on Erie canal.
Ethan C. Clark,
Eli S. Parker,

First Assistants.
Augustus M. Leach,
Stephen F. Gooding,

CLERKS IN THE PUBLIC OFFICES,

1853.

SECRETARY OF STATE'S OFFICE.

John Cuyler,..
Morgan L. Schermerhorn,
Charles H. Holt,
J. Elmendorf Ostrander,

Salaries. $800

800 800 800

1,250

800 800

COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE.
Peter Keyser, Accountant, &c.,
Brace Millard,
Dennis B. Gaffney,
Edwin D. Worcester,
Asa W. Lee,
Gideon J. Tucker,
Peter B. Yates,
Samuel D. Enos, .
Calvin M. Wright,
C. Addison Mott,.
Beverly R. Hasbrouck,.

800 700 700 700 700 700 700 700

TREASURER'S OFFICE.

Book-keeper, Cornelius Glen, Clerk,..

800 600

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