|To the following Sums, which rested as Charges upon the Excess of Income stated Contra on the 31st. December 1792. Vizt:||By the Excess of Income beyond the actual disbursements of the Treasury to the end of the Year 1792, including all sums remaining uncollected at that time as also Dollrs. 2305.769.13 the proceeds of Bills of Exchange drawn on the Foreign Funds as stated in the account marked B. rendered to the House of Representatives on the 4th. of February 179337
|Balances of unsatisfied Appropriations as specified in the Schedule herewith marked [B]36||2.684.188 04|
|Balance reserved to compleat the sum requested for St. Domingo||290.736 17|
|Balance reserved to compleat the payment of debts due to Foreign Officers||172.962 11|
|Debt due to the Bank of North America for a Loan without Interest||156.595 56||The Balance of the Foreign Fund as herein stated is thus deduced Vizt.|
|Debt due to the Bank of the United States for a Loan for the War Department||400.000||The total amount of bills drawn was Deduct||2.305.769 13|
|Balance of the Foreign Fund not specially applied & subject to disposition||1.388.452 23||Paid for the Colony of St.
Domingo as Statement
|Surplus of Revenue above the appropriations to the end of 1792 agreeably to a statement marked A herewith||21.762 39||Paid to Foreign Officers at
|5.114.696 50||Reserved to compleat the
payment for St Domingo
|Reserved to compleat the
payment to Foreign Officers
|Balance as before Stated||1.388.452 23|
Secy of the Treasy
36. The material in brackets has been taken from ASP description begins American State Papers, Documents, Legislative and Executive, of the Congress of the United States (Washington, 1832–1861). description ends , Finance, I, 222.