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5. Statement of Public Lands sold, and of Payments into the Treasury, on account thereof, in the third quarter of the year 1846.
X. REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE.
[From a Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, December 9, 1846.]
1. Statement of Duties, Revenues, and Public Expenditures during the fiscal years ending June 30, 1845, and June 30, 1846.
The receipts into the treasury were as follows:
From customs, viz:
During the first quarter,·
During the second quarter,.
During the third quarter,·
From sales of public lands,⚫
Total receipts, exclusive of loans, &c.,..
The expenditures, exclusive of trust funds, were as follows:
June 30, 1845.
Year ending June 30, 1846.
Total under direction of the Navy Dep't, 6,228,639 09 6,450,862 70
Balance in the Treasury, July 1, 1845-6,
7,658,306 22 9,126,439 08
Statement of Duties, Revenues, and Public Expenditures for the 1st Quarter of the fiscal year, from the 1st July to 30th September, 1846 (agreeably to warrants issued, exclusive of trust funds).
Sales of public lands,
Miscellaneous and incidental sources,
Treasury notes issued under act of 23d of July, 1846, 1,953,950 00
Fortifications, ordnance, and arming militia,
962,757 77 1,969,980 76
3. Statement of the Debt of the United States on the 1st December, 1846.
Of the principal and interest of the old funded and unfunded
Treasury notes issued during the war of 1812,
Certificates of the Mississippi stock,
Debt of the corporate cities of the District of Columbia,
do. issued under the act 22d July, 1846, viz.: Amount bearing interest of 1 mill per cent. $1,766,450 5 2-5 do.
Loan of 1846, at 5 per cent., in payment of the
There are $709,700 of treasury notes of all kinds in the hands of the accounting officers which have been cancelled, and not yet received and entered on register's books.
4. Statement exhibiting the Value of Merchandise Imported paying Duty, the amount of duty which accrued on the same, and also the rate per centum ad valorem of the said duties on the respective values, during the years 1844, 1845, and 1846.
1845. Excess of ad valorem duties over specific, 1846. Excess of ad valorem duties over specific,
Excess in 1845 and 1846,
Deduct excess of specific duties in 1844,
Excess in three years of ad valorem duties over the specific,