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Dol. 90ths. Dol. 90ths. On William Whipple, receiver for the state of New-Hampshire For an order in favor of M. G. Sullivan, dated 24th Jan. 1784, 1,300    Ditto Brig. Gen. Moses Hazen, dated 24th Jan. 1784, 2,887 72 Do. Capt. Olive, dated 6th March, 1784, 406 26 Do. Capt. Philip Leibert, do. 105 17 Do. Lieut. Germaine Dienne, do. 85    Do. Capt. Anthony Selin, 8th do.  219  5 5,003 30 On...
SCHEDULE B A General Statement of the Foreign Loans, Shewing in Abstract, the Capital Sums Borrowed, and the Arrearages of Interest to the 31st December, 1789. Capital sums borrowed Livres. Dollars. Cts. Of the Royal French Treasury, on Interest at 5 per cent. 24,000,000 In Holland, guaranteed by the French Court, at 4 per cent. 10,000,000 Livres ,  4,000,000 6,296,296 Of the Royal Spanish...
SCHEDULE D An Estimate of all the Interest Which Will Accrue on the Domestic Debt of the United States, From Its Formation to the 31st December 1790, of Such Partial Payments As Have Been Made on Account Thereof, and of the Balance Which Will Remain to be Provided for, to Pay Up the Interest Fully to That Period. Dollars.   Cts. The total amount of interest arising on the loan-office debt,...
Dollars. Cts.   Dollars. Cts. Amount of Orders drawn by the late superintendant of Finance, and stated by the Secretary of the Treasury in his Report to the House of Representatives made in Obedience to their    Order of 17th. Septr. 1789 93,463 21 Indian Affairs under the late Government. For the Extinguishment of Indian Claims in pursuance of the Acts of Congress of the 22 October 1787 and 2...
For the payment of the Civil and Military Establishments under the Acts passed during the present Session—for defraying the Expense of the enumeration Law—for the payment of Claims founded upon Contracts made by the late Government, and which have been adjusted at the Treasury since the former Estimate of Extraordinaries was presented under date of 1st. March 1790—to make good some...
Dollars Cts. Dollars Cts. Arrearages of Interest to 31st: December 1791. on the French Loans Livres 1791 January 1st: Seven Years Interest on the 6,000,000. at 5 ⅌ Cent: is 388.888.90. “ September 3rd: Eight
States Nett Amot of Duties New Hampshire 14,550.19½ Massachusetts 320,430.98¼ Rhode-Island 17,675.29½ Connecticut 64,336.20½ New-York 446,646.38 New-Jersey 4,291.85½ Pennsylvania 472,756.35 Delaware 9,914.21½ Maryland
Agreeably to the Act of Congress of the 4th. of August 1790, at the Treasury and the several Loan Offices, from the 1st October 1790 to 30th September 1791. Funded 6 pr Cent Stock Dollars   Cents Deferred 6 pr Cent Stock Dollars   Cents Funded 3 pr Cent Stock Dollars   Cents Total Amount Dollars   Cents Treasury 5,184,041.41 2,592,018.72 3,973,865.10 11,749,925.23 New Hampshire 191,322.44
Registered or Unfunded Debt Dollars   Cents Dollars Cents The amount of this Debt, as stated to Congress, on the third of March 1789, was 4,598,462 78 There were Treasury Certificates issued in exchange for Loan Office and Final settlement certificates cancelled by the Auditor of the Treasury, from the 3rd. of March 1789 to the 30th. of June 1791 4,716,376 45 There have been Certificates...
The amount of the domestic debt of the United States, as stated by the Secretary of the Treasury, in his report of the 9th. January 1790, to the House of Representatives, relative to a provision for the support of the public credit, is as follows: Liquidated and Loan Office debt, as per Schedule C. 27,383,917.67 Interest thereon to the 31st. December 1790, pr ditto, D. 13,030,168.20 Additional...