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Enclosure: Nett Amount of Duties on Goods Wares and Merchandize Imported into the United-States from the 1st. October 1789 to the 30th. of September 1790, 16 February 1791

[Enclosure]

Nett amount of Duties on Goods Wares and Merchandize imported into the United-States from the 1st. October 1789 to the 30th. of September 1790.9

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 206,750.27
Virginia 214,341.31¾
North-Carolina 14,340.15¼
South-Carolina 102,438.62
Georgia   15,237.64¾
Total Dollars 1,903,709.48½

The above Summary agrees with the General Accot. of Impost as rendered to Congress. It will receive an addition of about 30,000 Dollars upon the receipt of the quarterly Return commencing the 1st. July and ending 30th. Septr. 1790 for the district of Charleston So. Carolina and of two or three of the smallest quarterly Returns from the State of Massachusetts.

Joseph Nourse Regr.10

9DS, William Short Papers, Library of Congress.

10On the reverse side of this document H wrote:

“I certify that the within is a true and authentic statement according to the purport thereof by the proper Officer of the Treasy of the United States and that full faith & credit are due to the same.

“Given under my hand and the seal of the said Treasury the first day of August in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety One.

Alexander Hamilton
Secy of the Treasury”

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