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REPORTS TO CONGRESS.

The Secretary of the Treasury's Report to the Commissioners of the

Sinking Fund.

That at the close of the year 1801, the unexpended balance of the disbursements made out of the treasury, for the payment of the principal and interest of the public debt, which was applicable to payments falling due after that year, as ascertained by accounts rendered to the treasury department, amount to

Dollars 1,085,997 60 That during the year 1802, the follow

ing disbursements were made
out of the treasury, on the same

account, viz
1. There was paid on account of the

reimbursement and interest of
the domestic funded debt, the
sum of

4,618,021 39 II. On account of domestic loans

obtained from the bank of the

United States, viz.
On account of the principal 1,290,000
Ditto interest,

162,025

-1,452,025 III. On account of the domestic un

funded debt, viz. On account of the debts due to foreign officer's

7,994 92 Ditto certain parts of the Dutch debt

14,966 84

21,961 76 IV. On account of the principal and

interest of the Dutch debt, in-
cluding repayments in the trea-
sury

3,359,992 3

Amounting altogether to

Dollars 9,453,000 18

Which Disbursements were made out of the following funds, viz.

I. From the funds constituting the

annual appropriation of seven
millions three hundred thou-
sand dollars, for the year 1802,

viz.
From the fund arising from interest

on the debt transferred to the
commissioners of the sinking

fund
From the fund arising from pay-

ments into the treasury, of
debts which originated under
the late government

326,449 92

888 79

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10,538,907 78

That the above disbursments, toge

ther with the above-mentioned balance which remained unexpended on the 1st of January, 1802, and amounted altogether

to Ten millions five hundred and thir

ty-eight thousand nine hundred and seven dollars, and seventy-eight cents, have been accounted for in the following

manner, viz. I. There was repaid in the treasury,

during the year 1802, on account of protested bills, or advances made for contracts

which were not fulfilled II. The sums actually applied dur

ing the same year, to the payment of the principal and inter

109,125

est of the public debt, as as-
certained by accounts rendered
to the treasury department
amount to seven millions seven
hundred and seventy-two thou..
sand eight hundred and fifty-
four dollars and seventy cents,

viz.
1. Paid in reimbursement of the

principal of the public debt 3,638,744 63 II. On account of the interest and charges on the same, 4,134,110 07

-7,772,854 70 III. The balance remaining unex

pended at the close of the year
1802, and applicable to pay-
ments falling due after that
year, as ascertained by ac-
counts rendered to the trea.
sury department, amounted to

2,656,933 08

Two millions six hundred and fifty

six thousand, nine hundred and
thirty-three dollars and eight
cents

10,538,907 78

That during the year 1803, the following disbursements were made out

of the Treasury, on account of the principal and interest of the public debt, viz.

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Which disbursements were made up of the following funds, viz. 1. From the funds constituting the

annual appropriation of seven
millions three hundred thou-
sand dollars for the year 1803,

viz.
From the fund arising from interest

on the debt transferi ed to the
commissioners of the sinking
fund, as per sti tement (N)

401,355 5 From the fund arising from pay.

ments into the treasury, of
debts which originated under
the late government, as per
statement (O)

135 46 From the fund arising from the

sales of public lands, being the
amount of monies paid into the
treasury in the year 1803, as
per statement (P)

158,949 65 From the proceeds of duties on

goods, wares, and merchan-
dise imported, and on the ton-
nage of ships and vessels

5,993,752 44 Amounting altogether to

6,554,192 60 Which sum of

6,554,192 60
together with the sum advanc-
ed during the year 1802, on
account of the appropriation
for the year 1803, and amount-
ing, as above stated, to

745,807 40 Make in the whole the annual ap

propriation of dollars, for the
year 1803

7,300,000 II. From the proceeds of duties on

goods, wares, and merchandise
imported, and on the tonnage
of ships or vessels advanced in
part, and on account of the an-
nual appropriation for the year
1804

753,236 40 III. From repayments in the trea

sury, on account of remittan-
ces purchased for providing for
the foreign debt, and of ad-
vances made to commissioners

of loans, viz.
Repayment of the purchase money,
and advances

13,117 48 Damages and interest recovered 2,218

15,335 43 IV. From the monies appropriated

by law for paying commission-
ers to agents employed in the

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And amounting altogether to nine

millions nine hundred and fifty
thousand eight hundred fifty-
four dollars, sixty-seven cents,
will be accounted for in the next
annual report, in conformity
with the accounts which shall
then have been rendered to

the treasury department.
That in the mean while, the man-

ner in which the said sum has
been applied, is from the partial
accounts which have been ren-
dered, and from the knowledge
of the payments intended to be
made both in Holland and in
America, estimated as follows,

viz.
I. The repayments in the treasury

have amounted to
II. The sums actually applied,

during the year 1803 to the
payment of the principal and
interest of the public debt, are

estimated as follow, viz.
1. Paid in the reimbursements of

the principal of the public
debt

4,528,196 74 On account of interest and

charges on the same 3,903, 144 11

13,117 43

8,481,340 85

Amounting altogether to
III. The balance remaining unex-

pended at the close of the year
1803, and applicable to the
payments falling due after
that year, is estimated at

1,551,396 34

Dollars, 9,995,857 That no purchases of the debt of the United States have been mar's since the date of the last report to congress.

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