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Parmenio Adams
William G. Angel
Henry Ashley
řLuther Badger
C. C. Cambreleng
William Deitz
| Nicholl Fosdick
Daniel G. Garnscy
John Hallock, jr.
JA. B. Hasbrouck
Michael Hoffinan
Moses IIayden

Connecticut.
Ralph J. Ingersoll Gideon Tomlinson
Elisha Phelps

Orange Merwin
New York.
Charles Humphrey

Robert S. Rose
Jeromus Johnson Joshua Sands
Charles Kellogg

Henry R. Storrs
| Wm. M'Manus James Strong
Henry C. Martindale

John W. Taylor
Henry Markell Gulian C. Verplank
Dudley Marvin

Aaron Ward
John Miller

Elias Whittemore
T. H. Porter

Bartow White
Steph. Van Renssclac Silas Wood
Henry H. Ross Egbert Ten Eyck

George Cassedy
Lewis Condict

Samuel Swan
Ebenezer Tucker

James Allison

William Adams
James Buchanan
Samuel Edwards
P. Farrelly
John Findlay
Robert Harris
Joseph Hemphill
Samuel D. Ingham

New Jersey.
Daniel Garrison
George Holcombe

Delaware.
Louis M’Lane.

Pennsylvania.
Joseph Lawrence
Philip S. Markley
Daniel H. Miller
Charles Miner
James S. Mitchel
Samuel M'Kean

John Mitchell
George Kremer
George Plumer

Maryland.
Joseph Kent
Peter Little
Robert N. Martin

Andrew Stewart
Alexander Thompsou
James S. Stevenson
+Espy Van Horne
James Wilson
Henry Wilson
George Wolf
John Wurts

Clement Dorsey

John Barney John Leeds Kerr

George E. Mitchell
George Peter
fTho. G. Worthington

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George Cary Alfred Cuthbert John Forsyth

Edward T. Tattnal Wiley Thompson

Richard A. Buckner #James Clarke Robert P. Henry fJames Johnson

Thomas Metcalfe
David Trimble
Wm. F. Young
Charles A. Wickliffe

Adam R. Alexander
Robert Allen
John Blair

James C. Mitchell Samuel Houston t-Polk

Mordecia Bartley Philemon Beecher John W. Campbell James Findlay Wm. M'Lean

Kentucky. Francis Johnson Joseph Lecompte Robert P. Letcher Thomas P. Moore

Tennessee. John Cocke J. C. Isaacs fJohn H. Marable

Ohio. David Jennings John Sloane John Thompson Samuel T. Vinton Elisha Whittlesy

Louisiana. Henry H. Gurley

Mississippi. Christopher Rankin

Indiana. John Test

Mlinois. Danic) P. Cook

Alabama. George W. Owen

Wm. Wilson Joseph Vance John C. Wright 1 John Woods

Wm. L. Brent

Edward Livingston

Jonathan Jennings

Ratcliff Boone

Gabriel Moore

John M'Kee

Missouri.
John Scott

Arkansas.
Henry W. Conway

Florida.
Joseph M. White
Matthew St. Clair Clark, Penn., Clerk.
J. O. Dunn, Dist. Col., Sergeant at Arms.
Rev. Mr. Post, Chaplain.
George Watterston, Librarian.
Those marked thus are new members.

GOVERNORS OF THE STATES for 1825.
Maine,

Albion K. Parris. New Hampshire,

David L. Morrill. Massachusetts,

Levi Lincoln. Rhode Island,

James Fenner. Connecticut,

Oliver Wolcott. Vermont,

Cornelius P. Van Ness. New York,

De Witt Clinton. New Jersey,

Isaac H. Williamson. Pennsylvania,

John Andrew Shulze. Delaware,

Samuel Paynter. Maryland,

Joseph Kent. Virginia,

John Tyler. North Carolina,

Hutchins G. Burton. South Carolina,

Richard I. Manning, Georgia,

George M. Troup. Alabama,

John Murphy Mississippi,

David Holmes. Louisiana,

Henry Johnson. Tennessee,

William Carroll. Kentucky,

Joseph Desha. Ohio,

Jeremiah Morrow. Indiana,

James B. Ray. Illinois,

Edward Coles. Missouri,

John Miller.

TERRITORIES. Michigan,

Lewis Cass. Arkansas,

George Izard. Florida,

William P. Duval.

REPORT ON THE SINKING FUND. The sums disbursed from the treasury during the year 1824, on account of the principal and interest of the public debt, amounted, as per the last annual report, to

$16,568,393 -76 And have been accounted for in the following man

ner,

viz :

115,407 50

There was applied for the payment of a sum short pro

vided, on account of the public debt, prior to the 1st January, 1824, as per statement B, annexed to the

last annual report, And there was applied, during the year 1824, towards

the payment of the principal and interest of the public debt, as ascertained by accounts rendered to this department, as per annexed statement A, the sum of

16,541,382 04 Viz:-In the reimbursement of the deferred stock,

353,844,30 In the redemption of the 7 per cent.stock, 8,598,309 35 In the redemption of the exchanged 6 per cent. stock,

2,612,435 69 In the reimbursement of the Mississippi stock,

7,242 34

11,571,831 68 The interest which accrued for the

year 1824, amounted to

4,920,248 17 And the premium on 7 per cent. stock purchased, to

49,302 19

16,541,382 04 Of this sum there was short provided,

consisting of unclaimed dividends, not applied for by the proprietors, as per annexed statement B,

88,395 78

-16,452,986 26

$16,568,393 76 That, during the year 1825, the following disbursements were made by the treasury, on account of the principal and interest of the public debt : On account of the interest of the debt,

$4,373,277 40 of the redemption of the treasury note stock, 1,479.374 82 On account of the redemption of the 7 per cent. stock, 2,125 60

of the redemption of the exchanged 6 per cent.
stock,

56,539 30
of the redemption of the 6 per cent. stock
of 1812,

6,187,006 84 of the reimbursement of the Mississippi stock,

1,524 02 of the reimbursement of treasury notes,

2,001, 49 of certain parts of the domestic debt,

15 31 Making together, as appears by statement C, the sum of

$12,101,864 78 Which disbursements were made from the appropriation of ten millions of dollars for the year 1825, and from the unexpended balance of the appropriations for previous years, and will be accounted for in the next annual report, in conformity to the accounts which shall then have been rendered to this department. In the mean time, the manner in which the said sum has been applied, is estimated as follows. There is estimated to have been applied to the deficiency,

at the end of the year 1824, as per statement B, 88,395 78 In the reimbursement of the principal of the public debt, as per statement E,

7,728,575 70 And on account of the interest of the

debt, viz :— The interest for 1925, including $11 68 paid in that year for premium on 7 per cent. stock, purchased in 1824, is estimated at

4,321,746 96 Of this sum there is estimated to have been short provided, as per estimate F, 96,853 66

4,284,893 30

$12,101,864 78

DISTRICT TONNAGE OF THE UNITED STATES.

Register's Office, January 2, 1826. Sir I have the honor to transmit the annual statement of the district tonnage of the United States on the 31st December, 1824. The registered tonnage as corrected at this office, for the vear 1824, is stated at

669.972 60

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