Mint of the United States
2nd. Jany 1809
I have the honor, once more, of laying before you an Annual Report of the operations of the Mint.
From the Treasurers statement, herewith transmitted, it will appear, that during the last year there have been struck at the Mint,
|1,368,600||pieces of silver coins, amounting to||684,300||dolls.|
|58,288||pieces of gold coins, amounting to||284,665||dolls.|
|And||1,509,000||pieces of copper coins amounting to||13,090||dolls.|
The gold & silver bullion at this time in the mint, deposited for coinage, amounts to upwards of 250,000 dollars; and I have good ground to assure you, Sir, that, even in the present embarassed state of commerce, the Banks in this City alone, will be able to furnish an ample supply of bullion for a long time to come.
I have the honor to be with sentiments of the greatest esteem, Your most obedient, faithful Servant.
DNA: RG 104--Records of the United States Mint.