Alexander Hamilton Papers

Enclosure: View of Probable State of the Treasury, [December 1794]

[Enclosure]3
View of Probable state of the Treasury

Jany. 1. Cash in Command of the Treasury 600.000.
Deficiency 1.265.000.
1.865.000.
April 1. Receipts from Imports & tonnage
per returns received, nearly 900.000.
per Estimate on cases not returned 500.000.
per Estimate on account of internal duties 150.000.
Deficiency 2.315.000.
3.865.000.
July 1. Receipts from Imports & tonnage
pr. return nearly. 600.000.
pr. Estimate (as above) 300.000.
pr. Estimate on accot. of internal duties 150.000.
Deficiency 2.665.000.
3.715.000.
Octo. 1. Receipts as last quarter 1.050.000
Deficiency 3.015.000
4.065.000.
Jany. 1. Receipts pr. Estimate 1.800.000.
Deficiency 2.265.000
4.065.000
 
in the Year—1795.
Jan: 1. Interest nearly 740.000.
Support of Government 125.000.
Military & naval Departmt. & miscellany 400.000.
Instalment of temporary Loans 600.000.
1.865.000.
April 1. Deficiency 1.265.000.
Interest 775.000.
Support of Government 125.000.
Military & naval Departmt. & miscellany 500.000
Installments of temporary Loans which fell due since January 1st 1.200.000.
3.865.000.
Deficiency brot. down 2.315.000.
July 1. Interest 775.000.
Support of Government 125.000.
Military & naval Departmt. & miscellany 500.000
3.715.000.
Octor. 1. Deficiency brought Down 2.665.000.
Interest &ca as last quarter 1.400.000.
4.065.000.
1795. Deficiency brought down 2.665.000.
Jany. 1. Interest &ca. as last Quarter 1.400.000.
4.065.000.

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