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IN ASSEMBLY,

February 14, 1833.

LIST

Of the several bills reported to the House for the incorporation of

banks, with their location, and amount of capitals respectively; fur

nished pursuant to the resolution of Thursday, the 14th Feb. : Herkimer County Bank, at Little-Falls,

$200,000 Cayuga County Bank, at Auburn,..

250,000 Seneca County Bank, at Waterloo,

200,000 Commercial Bank, at New-York,.

500,000 Chemung Canal Bank, at Elmira,....

200,000 Sackett's Harbor Bank, at Sackett's Harbor,.,

150,000 Cortland County Bank, at Cortland Village,

150,000 Pearl-Street Bank, at New-York,...

1,000,000 Oneida Bank, at Utica, ...

500,000 Troy City Bank, at Troy,.

300,000 Mechanics' Bank, at Rochester,

300,000 Brewers' Bank, at Albany,

350,000 Lewis County Bank, at Martinsburgh,

100,000 Clinton County Bank, at Plattsburgh,

100,000 Farmers' and Manufacturers' Bank, at Poughkeepsie, 100,000 La Fayette Bank, at New-York,....

300,000 Le Roy Bank, at Le Roy,

150,000 Seventh Ward Bank, at New-York,

500,000 Bank of Lyons, at Lyons,

150,000 Olean Bank, at Hamilton,

100,000 Delaware County Bank, at Delhi,

100,000 Fredonia Bank, at Fredonia,...

200,000 Lumbermens' Bank, at Bainbridge,

100,000

$6,000,000

(Assem. No. 137.)

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IN ASSEMBLY,

January 29, 1833.

ANNUAL REPORT

Of Richard McCarty, Inspector of Flour in the city

of New York, and in the county of Kings.

Report of flour and meal inspected in the city of New-York and in Kings county, from 1st January, 1832, to 1st January, 1833.

Viz: Inspected in the city of New-York, from 1st January, to 18th

May, 1832.

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Making 211,087 barrels and half barrels, from 1st of

January, to 6th May, 1832, fees at 15 cents per bbl. $3,166 36 2,775 hogsheads, at 4 cents,

111 00

Disbursements for deputies, &c. .

$3,277 36 1,825 00

$1,452 36

(Assem. No. 138.)

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Inspected in the city of New York, from 16th May, 1832, to 1st

January, 1833.
593,910 barrels superfine flour.
19,199 half barrels superfine flour.
12,196 barrels fine four.

742 half barrels fine flour.
11,339 barrels bad flour.

97 half barrels bad flour, 4,908 barrels fine middlings flour, 4,144

middlings flour.
2,029

ship stuffs.
8,548
4,379 hogsheads Indian meal.
10, 256 barrels Indian meal.
77

buckwheat flour.

137 half barrels buckwheat flour. Making 667,602. barrels and half barrrels from 16th

May, 1832, to 1st January, 1833, fees 1 cent per barrel,.......

$6,676 02 4,379 hogsheads at 3 cents per hogshead,.

131 37

rye flour.

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$6,807 39 "Disbursements for inspection, a detailed statement of

which is hereto annexed agreeable to act, passed April 26, 1832, is ....

3,145 31

$3,662 08

Recapitulation in all the year,
827,277 barrels wheat flour.
25,570 half barrels wheat flour.
12,676 barrels rye flour.

7,154 hogsheads Indian meal.
12,774 barrels Indian meal.
128

buckwheat flour.
244 half barrels buckwheat flour.

Average value, viz: Superfine flour, per barrel $6.12, do. half barrel $3.12; fine flour, per barrel $5.75, do. half barrel $2.62; fine middlings, per barrel $5.44; middlings, per barrel $5.00; ship stuffs, per barrel $4.37; rye flour, per barrel $4.50; bad wheat flour, per barrel $5.00; hogsheads Indian meal, $15.50; barrels do. $3.62; barrels buckwheat, $4.00; half barrels do. $2.12.

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