[Philadelphia, March 21, 1794]
|Probable demands on the Treasury to the first of July 1794—vist.|
|For the Departmt. of War by estimation||400,000|
|For the payment of foreign officers||127,474.75.|
|For sums informally advanced by the bank of the U.S. for the public service for want of appropriation.||99,543.05|
|For bills purchased4 & to be purchased to remit to Amsterdam for payments of interest & instalment falling due on the foreign debt to the 1. July 94.||784,560.|
|For the last instalment of a loan of 800,000 dollars of the bank of the US. obtained pursuant to an act of the last Session5||200,000|
|For two quarters Interest on the public debt payable within the UStates||1,094,000.|
|Amount of Civil Debt for two quarters||256,360.|
|Amount of Cash in the several banks per Treasurers return of 7 Mar. 1794||674,621.68|
|Amount of Cash in the hands of the several Collectors of the Customs & Supervisors per abstract of returns rendered, dated 7 Mar. ’94||130,726.29.|
|Amount of sums receivable for duties on Imports & tonnage in the months of march, april May & June per abstract of returns of bonds made up the 7. of march 1794||806,307.31.|
|Amount of additional returns since received from the Custom house of New York||60,877.57.|
|Sums receivable from the duties on Imports & Tonnage & distilled Spirits not ascertainable by reason of deficient returns, by estimation||300,000.|
|Deficiency of bank towards answering the probable demands on the Treasury.||989,404.95|
March 21. 1794.
3. LC, George Washington Papers, Library of Congress.
5. “An Act making appropriations for the support of Government for the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three” (1 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 325–29 [February 28, 1793]). See “Agreement with the President, Directors, and Company of the Bank of the United States,” May 31, 1793.