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Statement of the Appropriations for the Service of the Navy Department, for the Year 1826, mrak

pursuant to the provisions of the second Section of the act of the 1st May, 1820, entitled, " An Act in addition to the several Acts for the establishment and regulation of the Treasury, War, and Navy Departments.

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Pay, &c. of the Navy afloat

Dollars
Do Shore Stations
Provisions
Contingent expenses prior to the Year 1824

Do. for 1824
Do,

for 1824, not enumerated
Do, for 1825
Do. for 1825, not enumerated
Do. for 1826
Do.

for 1826, not enumerated
Ordnance
Medicines and Hospital Stores
Repairs of Vessels
Gradual increase of the Nary
Pay of Naval Constructors, Superintendents, &c.
Pay of La "ers, &c.
Ship Houses
Inclined plane
Agency on the Coast of Africa-Slave Trade
Suppression of Piracy
Navy Yards (Old)
Navy Yard at Portsmouth

Do. at Charlestown, Mass.
Do. at New York
Do. at Philadelphia
Do. at Washington
Do. at Norfolk

Do. at Pensacola
Building 10 Sloops of War
Repairs, &c. Sioops of War, Act 3d of March,

1825
Surveying the Harbour of Charleston, South

Carolina, of St. Mary's, Georgia, &c. Act 26th

May, 1824
Survey of the Harbours of Savannah and Bruns.
wick, in Georgia; Beaufort, in South Caro-
lina; and Baltimore, in Maryland, Act of 14th
March, 1826
Rewarding Captors of Algerine

Vessels, Acts 27th
April, 1816, and 18th May, 1826
Contingent expenses prior to the Year 1824, (old

account) refunded in 1826
Pay of Superintendents, &c. (old account), re.

funded in 1826
Pay of Labourers, &c. (old account) refunded in

1826
Relief of Edward Lee, Act 29th December, 1826
Pay, &c. of the Marine Corps
Clothing

do. Fuel

do. Medicines

do. Contingent expenses do. Averages of do. do. Military Stores do. Barracks

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RECAPITULATION. 1st Column, “Balances of Appropriations on the 1st day of January, 1826." 1,964,905 32 Dolo. 2d Column, "Appropriations in 1826"

3,748,985 23 3d Column, “ Repayments in 1826"

427,431 67 4th Column, will make the Column of “ Amount applicable to the service of the Year 1826" 6,141,0 = Sth Column, from which deducts his Column of "Amount drawn by requisitions from the } 4,637,084 14 6th Column, will leave this Column of “ Balances of Appropriations on the 31st December, 1826,"

Recapitulation of the Expenditures of the Navy Department, for the Year 1826. 5th Column Amount drawn by requisitions from the Treasury, during the } 4,657,384 14 3d Column, from which deduct this Column of “ Repayments in 1826''

427,431 67 Will leave this amount expended by the Navy Department, in 1826

Dollars
Treasury Department, Second Comptroller's Office, February 7, 1827.

RICHARD CUTTS * To Surplus Fund,

LETTER from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting

Statements of the Commerce and Navigation of The United States, during the Year ending on the 30th day of September, 1826.

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Treasury Department, February 24, 1827. I have the honour to transmit a Statement, prepared in obedience to the provisions of the Act of the 10th of February, 1820, entitled An Act to provide for obtaining accurate Statements of the Foreign Commerce of The United States;" together with a Letter from the Register of the Treasury, explanatory of the same.

I have the honour to remain, &c.

RICHARD RUSH. The Honourable the Speaker of the House of Representatives.

SIR, Treasury Department, Register's Office, February 24, 1827.

IN conformity with the provisions of the Act of Congress of the 10th of February, 1820, entitled “ An Act to provide for obtaining accurate Statements of the Foreign Commerce of The United States," I have the honour to transmit, herewith, the following Statements of the Commerce and Navigation of The United States, during the Year ending on the 30th day of September, 1826, viz :

1. A General Statement of the quantity and value of Merchandize im

ported into The United States from the 1st of October, 1825, to

the 30th of September, 1826;.............. ................... Page 877 2. A Summary Statement of the same ;.......

... 878 3. A General Statement of the quantity and value of Domestic articles exported; .......

... 880 4. A General Statement of the quantity and value of Foreign articles exported; .....

881 5. Summary Statement of Domestic articles exported; .......... 882 6. Summary Statement of Foreign articles exported ................ 883 7. A General Statement of the Amount of American and Foreign ton

nage employed in the Foreign Trade of The United States; 884 8. A Statistical view of the Commerce and Navigation of The United States;

....... 886 9. A Statement of the Commerce and Navigation of each State and Territory .......

..... 888 10. A Statement of the Tonnage which entered into and departed from the principal Ports of the United States, and the Lake Ports. 889

From these Statements it appears that the Imports, during the Year ending on the 30th September, 1826, have amounted to 84,974,477 dollars, of which amount 80,778,120 dollars were imported in American Vessels, and 4,196,357 dollars in Foreign Vessels.

That the Exports have, during the same period, amounted to 77,595,322 dollars, of which 53,055,710 dollars were of domestick, and 24,539,612 of Foreign articles. That of the domestick articles, 46,199,528 dollars were exported in American Vessels, and 6,856,182 dollars in Foreign Vessels; and of the Foreign articles, 23,353,958 dollars were exported in American Vessels, and 1,185,624 dollars in Foreign Vessels. That 942,206 tons of American Shipping entered, and 953,012 cleared from, the Ports of The United States, and that 105,654 tons of Foreign Shipping entered, and 99,417 cleared, during the same period.

I have the honour also to state, that the amount of registered tonnage employed in the Foreign Trade, on the 31st of December, 1825, amounted to ......

700,788 That the enrolled and licensed tonnage amounted to.... 657,899 That the tonnage of Fishing Vessels amounted to...... 64,424

Making together....

Tons 1,423,111

As appears, by the Annual Statement of the District Tonnage of The United States transmitted from this Office on the 10th instant.

Permit me further to state, that, in conformity to the 10th Section of the Act above referred to, the articles exported have been valued at their actual cost, or the value which they bore at the time of exportation in the several Ports from which they were exported; and that the articles imported were valued at their actual cost, or the value which they bore in the Foreign Port from which they were exported for im. portation into The United States, at the time of such exportation, free of any subsequent charges whatever.

I have the honour to be, &c.

JOSEPH NOURSE, Register. The Hon. Richard Rush, Secretary of the Treasury.

(1.)-General Statement of Goods, Wares, and Merchandise, of the Growth, Produce, and

Manufacture, of Foreign Countries, imported into The United States ; commencing on the 1st of October, 1825, and ending on the 30th of September, 1826.

FROM WHENCE

IMPORTED.

VALUE OF MERCHANDIZE, IMPORTED FROM EACH COUNTRY.
Paying

From the
Daties Paying

In Ame. In Foo

Dominions Free of ad valor specific Total. rican

reign Ves

of each Duty.

rem.
Duties.
Vessels. sels,

Power.

} 1,292,182

1 Russia
Dollars 102,668 1,397,853 1,116,648 2,617,161 2,617,169

2,617,169 2 Prussia 131 92,605 14,917 107,619 43,344 64,271

107,615 3 Sweden and Norway

30,928

12,867 1,084,411 1,128,236 1,092,957 35,279| Swedish West Indies

49,878 6,425 108,6-43 163,946 163,916 Denmark

6,469 22, +33 20,312 49,264 49,264 6 Danish West Indies

} 2,117,164 271,530 93,096 1,703,274 2,067,900 2,055,418

12,482 Netherlands

193,831 588,7191 323,858 1,106,408 1,106,408 8 Dutch East Indies 33,762 7,633 472,161 513,536 513,556

2,174,1811 Dutch West Indies and

American Colonies 212,247 14,816 327,15-4 554,217 543,222 10,995 10 England, Man, and Berwick

628,544 21,116,393 2,617,26-4 24,362,203 22,405,955 1,956,248 11 Scotland

1,694 732,592 362,486 1,096,772 534,108 562,664 12 Ireland

729 615,2231 57,012 672,994 589,134 83,800 13 Gibraltar

125,634 136,215 415,959 677,808 677,608 British East Indies 94,864 1,264,320 1,151,422 2,510,606 2,510,606

32,212,356 15 Mauritius

4,227

5,536 9,804 9,504 16 British West Indies 702,255 88,475 1,413,682 2,204,412 2,075,815

128,597 17 Newfoundland

3,066
327
242 3,635

3,635
18 British Amer. Colonies 497,741 61,001 91,573 650,316 620,200 30,115
19 Other British Colonies 3,875 960 18,972 23,807 23,807
20 Hanse Towns and Ports
of Germany

216,195 2,450,842 149,508 2,816,545 2,212,142 604,403) 2,816,545 21 French European Ports on the Atlantick

240,515 6,592,904 853,949 7,687,368 7,437,539 249,829 22 | French European Ports on the Mediterranean 50,786 285,426 555,940)

892,152

892,152 23 French West Indies and

9,588,896 American Colonies 178,234 17,360 777,6761

973,270)

949,067 24,2031 24 Bourbon

206

71 31,778 32,055 32,665
25
Other French Afri. Ports 4,000

51
4,051

4,05] 26 Hayti

364,462 146,012 1,001,362 1,511,836 1,466,408 45,428 1,511,836 27 Spanish European Ports on the Atlantick

2,395 247,407 82,917) 332,7191 332,719 28 Spanish European Ports

on the Mediterranean 7,375 14,494 310,529 332,398 332,398 29 | Teneriffe and other Ca. naries

9,623,420 22,044 421 150,934 173,399 173,399 30 Manilla and the Philippine Islands

17,702 92,871 237,802) 348,375 343,375 Cuba

517,255 783,188 6,358,316 7,658,759 7,605,917 32 Other Spanish W. Indies 71,067 3,65) 703,052 777,770 777,770 33 Portugal

45,664 125,878 178,447 349,989 3-4,035 5,954 34 | Madeira 5,614 2,758 216,461 224,833 224,833

765,203 35 Fayal, and other Azorea 15,574 29,745 40,942 86,261 86,261 36 Cape de Verd Islands 94,644

275 9,201 104,120 103,648 472 37 Italy and Malta 216,807 653,047) 250,895 1,120,749 1,120,749

1,120,749 38 Trieste and other Aus

trian Ports on thel
Adriatic
30,729 40,873 121,550 193,152 193,152

193,152 39 Turkey, Levant, & Egypt

: 41,523 300,894 79,515 421,932

421,932

421,932 40 Morocco and Barbary States. 9,030 9,030 9,030

9,030) 41 Cape of Good Hope 39,742

1,632
5,185
46,5591 46,559

46,559 42 China 31,963 3,365,224 4,024,999 7,422,186 7,422,186

7,422,186 43 Mexico 2,937,461 873,161 105,576 3,916,198 3,689, 101 227,097

3,916,198 44 Central Republick of South America 96,375 39,360 68,535 204,270 204,270

204,270 45 Honduras, Campeachy

46,742 6,157 35,234 88,138 88,133 46 Colombia

786,887 114,867 1,177,970 2,079,724 2,024,074 55,650 2,079,724 47 Coast of Brazil

1,471,136 102,825 582,717) 2,156,678 2,126,118 30,560 2,156,678 49 Buenos Ayres

487,871 34,880
18 522,769 522,769

522,769 49 Chili 617,438 9,412 3,0991 629,919 629,9-19

629,949 50 Peru 759,529 33,903 1,762 795,194 795, 194

795,194 51 South America (generally) 17,797 1,213 23,244 42,254 42,254

42,254 52 Asia

do.
88,219 27,213 212,507
327,939 327,939

327,939 53 West Indies, do,

1201 120

120

120 54 Europe, do.

1,124 1,124 1,124

1,124 55 Africa, do.

33,366
59,075 12,808 105,249 102,613

2,636

105,249 56 So Seas

37,723
135 37,858 37,858

37,858 57 Sandwich Islands

10
38
3)
79
79

79 68 Uncertain Ports

734

4,076 21,954 26,764 18,163 8,601 26,764 Total Dollars 12,567,769 42,713,330 29,693,378 84,974,477 80,778,120 4,196,357 84,974.477

31

52,812

.

Treasury Department, Register's Office, February 21, 1827.

JOSEPH NOURSE Register.

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(2.)-Summary Statement of the Quantity and Value of Goods, Wares, and Merchandise, imported into The United States, in American

and Foreign Vessels, commencing on the 1st day of October, 1825, and ending on the 30th day of September, 1826.

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