('nfTMi.l lft. II folio I I
V,mmtl!t' f itumtl Mrsr. lrt, Wm.
CI. Jonr. r. H'lwt, Vtia,U.kina, J.I. M if.
W, tUvk. UrUh. rWUI. W.
Jonr, A. IUnlr, Utr fndnhaII,T. a fk,
tfeeUnd, J. Wltiker. ... .
I'r ,i,h. and Critt cnrti t Pte 'Imin, MUoon,
M'ff, Harper, !!, WriH, Morris, Brown,
fiarrv, tUtitr, . Wlmekrr, N. L. Smith,
man, 'Ue, Z, !Uk. Ktaf.
0 1 4nni JUeyrr, B. T. fcm Wel
le, llhodes, fiitier, Monk. N. NVhol.n, fur.
u, BancVluikTULIijI' lUrrm
ger, Jtonre, Swain, f rwH ' " '
.(M riJ!(r fir aim. Jiw iy. Cos, Clark,
I.. H. Mimmona, Ms!in. ITNeill. . T.
J.fehorn; Ita-ell, Slocksrd, HrooM, King,
'1 I'k b, Le, 'ortuii."'"''r'W ?.-"-"" w ...
The Ha ii" tln
Iiorlcn, Wnottn, Campbell, lfP, FcClf i, BUT,
-"T ; ; Cwtpejv J. Wihun, M'Pehee, Vtumut, k'eo.
-f "-'dalLBtirpp mma,-... . . .
I'mikf! fn4 Hretimt i Panport, TTiUTf,
Un, Uurchiautt. Arfinjton, M. nker, O'Urfen,
Vrower, Lilly, Simnion, Orr. NeW.
0 finance Blair, Bmallwood, Ti'aue, Mc.
Ncill, Green, Wvcbe, K. AWumUr, Htokee.
Thurtdau. S'av. 19. The resignations
of Co!. Joieph Cathey, 1 Co- Jcob
... - . .1 1 I.;. I .
rmnh.ol Hi regt. tiv wooa mums, were
read end accepted. A meassge, on mo
t'un of Mr. Polk, wis lent to the senate
uroooitntr to nise joint select commit
tee on (ha Public Library. Mr. littnui
presented memorial from Curtltock
county, relative to the opening end deep
ening Lurrttucx miel. un motion
Jlr. Nesh, the various subjects in the
Gorernoi'i mussage were referred to ip
Friday, Mv. "0 Mr. Tylor prrifn
fed hill to reduce the iiliriei of the ?u
pre me Court Judeei, from 2J00 lo 83000
Mr Tvlorttto Dreiented bill to dc
rrive the Fobiic Trciiurer of the icrrlcei
f . .. i i it.
tinyter prewofed the petition of Jimei
'iLnd Dreiented bill giving tingle
Junue of the I'eice idditionil juriwlic
lion in certiin caiet. Mr. M'Nelll offer
d retention t6 potide for uniform
jhuck in the icTril Courts, to the
time of tikine up the itite dixkel. Mr.
Uiem.n prcented reiolution in fior
of A 'ulom illumi, ol Uavidum coun
tj. Mr Naih offered four resolutions i
lit, for inqoirinjf whether any alteration
re necemry in the liwtin reference to
retjilinp ipirituoui liquori) 3d, whelber
any alterations are neceiiarj in the laws
lot bidding gaming i 3d, lor regulatmir Dt
. the State ; 4th, whether any alteration! io
the criminal lawi of the Mate are nerei
iiry. The' reitehatlftni of Col. Wm.
.. ..'-.Orr, Lu CcJ..JobQCliytopi and. Major
roili'ia. were read and accepted .
- Stiwdau, JVer- 2 1 .Mr. Cox offer cd
a resolution for gWinj; legislative con-
i itruction ,4o-t!je. term. liquidated - ac
- -founts "-- Mr.. Bno 'offered a - resolu
.ltidn, lniuirinff bow Jhe g25 J00 anprb
"prUtedby the statr for locking hito the
-fi t r-t Win:- t-.- -.l---"'
..ivoanone rivir i "tiuon, im.uccii
prnded, Sec. Mr. Syer offered a reao
lutiao, to make the taking ol mury an in
dicuUIe offence. The document accom-
panting theGoTeTnorN Tnestt,-coo'
7 orcerrci to be pnn'ed. --.;:
". Monday. JV'cv. 23.A menage warrfc
ceivrd from (he Governor, relative to the
expenditure of the $2J,000 subscribed by
the State to the Yadkin Navigation Com
rtany, and the condition of said company.
That part of the Governor's message re
lative to the purchaio of slaves by the
State, to carry on works of internal im
provement, was referred to a joint select
committee to inquire into the expediency
of iulIi purchase. ' Mc Wheeler prcien-
.. Jed btll more' effectually to prevent
frau'ia in deeds of trut,"m
othr convey.nces. Mr. Nash presented
a bill to emble insolvent debtors to swear
out by merely going into the limits of a
jail for 31 diys, in lieu oi being locked
up for that period. Mr. Barnard presen
ted a bill to emble county courts to legiti-
jnsfcbailafdchlldren.' A motion wasroade-
to extend the act (or the relief of insol
vent debtors to cases of fines and forfei
tures, and fees due solicitors also, a mo
- - rtfoo tarovtdc, by law for renumeraUng
.. an y per ion for th e, loiof a . slave who
mi(ht forfeit his life for a capital offence
agarniTthe 8;ate randsrmhmtyrrfdetttr State of-Georgla. Thei
Wiseman, to amend the Jaw in relation
to taking in taxable property, and the as
sessment of tbe same..:- ., ... ...
Tur$dayy A'ev. 24. Mr. Enloe offered
a resolution to, extend the laws of North
Carolina over the Cherokee Nation so
extend. - Sir. etirpresemell' elbWrela"
Wnght a btll to place Huakersf-Moravians,
Menonisis and. Dunkards, oh an
the State. The bill for tbepaytntnt-of
jurors in Rowan, passed its second read
ing. Messrs. Wiseman, Murphy, Cox,
Branch, and Small wood, were appointed
a committee, for embodying and amend
ing the several patrol laws" of the state.
A motion was made, for enabling a ma
jority of a militia company, instead of the
commanding officer, to fix their muster
. ground. Mr, Loretx presented tbe peti
. tbn of several citixens of Lincoln county,
for tbe repeal of the 6th section of the act
of 1 828, in relation to the government of
hi posr, kc. Mr. Calloway, of Alc.
preicntcj iuo!ry reautioni, V9 jle'A
of whlch wii, to anpM a Jiint select
committee to cornier the propriety tt
dlng aiy the titration la s rl this
State, so fr as rupecti the selling of Imd
by execution fjf e'ebt, sl:er some given
pri.J tho, of exempting from eaecu
lion a pirtof a min'a laodi for a home
sted freeli'IJ t.end alio, of granting a re
spitt In executions far some (iven time
for pertoni whewe Imds nuy be sold by
execution fr dSt,lo rrdn ucb lands
by a certth time. .Wbicb resolution!
ere read and rejected. , -v., v;v:..
Randolph's recent speech in the Virginia
Co'nvewifli rtmarks 'V never ieard
Wrr ftanttolpfi xr to tiroeraaairgr'er
were "tnide scrsensibl of hU ixapoiioj.
aDtivstlnar and brilliant style of elo
quence, as on this occasion, lit the spl'it
of the victorious General, wbo awirdi
high commenditiont to tbe skill and ati
it of hitdefeited antifooUt.br- way of
- - . r m '
enhancing bis own, bo himielf we Nve
heard, wit diisstiifled with tbe effort.
KrM so the numerous auditors.
W wWb w could speak ss commend
InRly of the spirit of Mr. Hmdolp.Vs
speech, as of Its manner. If this last
was entrancing, tbe former wish as great
s degree inflammatory and diiorganixing
lie openly ridiculed numbrtt as affording
the true criterion In tbe distribution and
exercise of political power, and declared
that the bui of free white population
neither could nor would be submitted to.
In short bis speech was nothing more nor
less than a declaration of war, directly
leading to that retail, II other men, (si
fortunately is not the case) were like
him, really or in pretence, ready to brave
any extremity, rather than abate a jot or
tittle of their demands
The Kentucky Reporter, a paper
friendly to Mr. Clay, gives the following
account of the goodJhings consumed at
one of thst gentlermnS barbacocs. Fire
hundred and seventy-nine pounds of beef
sixty-five hams four veali fifty-four
shoats thirty roasters, ninety seven
lambs ten sheep two hundred and (If
teen pounds of butter two hundred and
thirty-three dozen of eggs one thousand
loaves of bread one hundred and three
gallons of wbiskey fifty-five gallona of
brandy one hundred and ftfijr nine
pounds of sugar punch, Sic
jiftfiainlmtntt by the rrtuicnU
John George Schiwtx, to be Comul of
mn m --n.iiif i n aarw out
James Lexon Kennedy, of New kork,
loh Comul of the Uaited States for the
Torts of Ouay mas, Jlaiatlao an Sale Blai,
la Jle xlco. . ... jr. .
SilasTT. Evertt, of New York, to be
Comul of theT United Srater ir Panama;
A si iVortblngton," of New York, to be
Consul of the United States, at Liana and
for th ports of Peru, view William Rad
Joseph Wr E.-Wallace, to be Consul of
the United States at San-Antonio, io Mexi
f67 vice David Dixon, resigned." J
John M. Bowycar, of Alabama, to be
Consul ofthe United State at Guaxacualco
in Mexico, vice Charles Douglas, remov
Emanuel J. West, to be Charge d' M-
litres of the U mtcd otntes, to the Kepublic
ol t era. . ... .
Honctt Confcnm One of the Provi
dence papers of Saturday has this confes
non ; " It is a part or the duty of those
w bo conductli "pre SI'ih ai Ipeak s: openly
bf tbe conduct of General Jackson and his
partisans, to attempt to conceal merit from
thote vino dctervc it" uravo ! We were
aware ol this fact but It did not occur to
us that there was an Editor in tbe country
who had the shameless effrontery to avow
so profligate prieipJe o,-Gs,
The Cherokee Government, says the
Aueuif a Constitutionalist, coes on rarelvi
J ohnIlQss, the C hjcf, has sent Jtia mes-
gejo jthet Council j ir.bich.said roessage
abuses the Secretary of War. the Presi.
Clerk of the Council has been discharged
on account of rfwoyary and Steefiing
iiaboit was made Speaker oi ihe Mouse
firotem. We wait with anxiety to hear
how Mr. Sleefiing Rabbit conducts him
self, , . . ...... .
.1 .5. a . . ' .. .
was ppenea who great paraue on the irtti
150,000 dollars per mile s for Its extent,
it Is the most costljr canain tbeimld,
wuh the exception of tbe Caledonian in
Scotland. The greatest difficulties n its
construction lay in tbe treacherous mo
raises through which It passed. Some of
the marshy borders of the canal gradually
sunk to the depth of 100 Jeel, and were
filled up with the earth. V Steam boats,
schooners. Ice. will now pass between Del
aware and Chesapeake Bay sV through the
state of Delaware ; and an expensive and
hazardous circuit of 500 miles will be re
placed by v cheap passage of 1 , milts.
lo obedience to the directions of tbe
act of Assembly of MM entitled M Ari
act conrirnlng the Public Treaiury," the
Public Treasurer submits the following
Itr.rdRTS awl KHTtMITRS:
Tbe kwlmce of cash remaining in the
Public Treasury lo the fint of November
1128, as reported lo the General Aiiem
blycf tHit ytir, and for which (be TuUk
Trenurer Is ekMg4 U w f tU
mea.emootl t 7lMt,i9 3-4
t.,TU i VtTPi "at tba Trt wnr
fro tle I it i NovcmUr, 1ST),'
!Mte; M I V f "r ' r"
iba aid .ff. iberrKfit rim
Rr tiLibit A. 9,11.20 911
Cub M JtiioiMl rttura or Uut,
pt, tlbibit B, .
Cath from J ll.yH, Ute Pubr.e
TrckMrcr, by bit csccuton, per
Culi fur 'ba'anc due fur pull
alrt of public Uad ter Xllgb,
prt tlblbt' U,
Cb fro John Mcllae, fur aaoney
Cab f boaAf for nl of Umii iJ
. Mtrvc pr ethikH C,
faih for rtni of public Uad,
CmIi for inert,
Bank of Kewbern, fur tax of 1 per
. centaii) on 6.182 hra of Mock,
for and psrsbW lat Octr.
Bank of Cape Tear, lor at of I ptr
eentam on 5,W ihiree of aiock,
IV 129, tod paysbia lit October,
Dividend on V aWs of stock
in tbe Stftfai Euk of Nortb-Caro.
Cna. at 2 per eentum, for 12
wwnihaeading Uat Dee. I8C8.
Ditto 10 skMoaof atock in tb Bank
of Cape Fear, at t per cent, fur 6
. mon tiueedin(3lM Dec 1828.
155 aliarei of it'ick in tbe Bank of
Wewbetn at 2 per cent for 6
sooniba endinf the 3M Deceaw
Ditto 10 akarea of Mock Dank of
Capa Fear at 2 per cent, for 6
monthi ending 30th June. 1829,
Ditto 155 ibarea of atock Bank of
Newbera, a. 2 per cent, fur 6
monihi ending 30tb June, 1829,
Dividend en atock in Buncombe
Turnpike Company, payable 2d
Feb. 1829, , 400 00
Amount of tasea received of Sher
iffs, tbe revenue of 1826, pi; able
in tbe Treamry lit October, I8W
- mm .urrtuavrnwpnaicu04J3T35-
Aa aggregate cf 19J,lf3 lt I
Deduct uiabursemenrs at the 1 rea
miry from tbe 1st of. Noremberj; .
-1828, to tbe -tat of November,
, 18,J9,( for which voochera bave
- been delivered to Comptroller,'" '" '"JV
and by biro allowed, 12t.151.0Q
Shewing Jheibahince-of esh re
maining in the Public Treaaurer'a
hsnda to tbe first of Nov. 1929,
S74.014 12 !
Tbe disbursements dtmng .that ; period, and
thus deoiceoVAnM4of the Colluaring items i
General AaeeroWy V. . r ; "39,704 63
Treaaury Department; . i . . 2,606 25
Comptroller Department 1,278 70
Department of Sute 1,374 50
Adjutant GeneiJ'i Office - - - 233 05
Publio Printers 800 00
Executive Council 82 00
Judiciary r . 23,878 51
Arsenal . wow
Sherifla for aeUlinr tasea . . - . 937 "50
Congrenional electiona ... . 527 31 '
Electoral elections 196 07
Electors 391 47
Repaira of t"e State House ... 279 47
Public Library - -112 50-
State Rank of N, Carolina (or defirv
red payment "
. 3J6 24
. 880 00
. 600 00
Penaioners -' """'
Misa Udney M. Blakeley
Surveying and selling Cherokee
Landa - 1.1M 50
Romulua M. Saundera, Commiaaioner 47 43
Roanoke Navigation Company, lat,
2d and 3d instalment! u directed
id 1$ psTd byreioluthmf I828i3.000-
Uovernor'a Houae ...... 74a 50
Expenaea for aurvejing and telling
land and negrocl or tbe late rub.
lic.rreaaurer.j-. iw ... -3 00
Contingenciea - - 4,476 31
Treaaury Notes ournt t?-,r8HJ9
Money burnt 130 33
Rogne Banks-. 18 00
v- ' ' . K121.151 00
For the numeratiort and brief state
ment of the tfhburserrients on account of
tho allowances of drafts "made bvthe
General v Assembly, and, warrants issued
by the Governor," as required by the 1 Ith
prepared for the use of the members off
w .I " . . l
the present Oeiterar AsemWy "'respect-1
fully referred to. The enumeration and
specification of the dubuscmeota therein
stated, agree with tbe Touchers on which
payments have been made by Ihe Public
Treasurer, and ith the entries in the
books of hia office.
Tbe balance of caab remaining in
the handa of tbe Public Treuu-
rer, as reported to the Anembly
of 1828, to tbe lit November of
that year s. . . . . . . gg-oo
Cash received on sundry wotea giv.
en for purchatea of Cherokee
land, appropriated by law to .
this fund, ....... . 4,182-70j
ip r;.!fti f. K'. i i!.ifi if
tl k ll P.r.k i f NVo'.rrit, tt
3prf ett.trv.!ift ItMtVc. I S.M,
ltlilcb la ippr!ntr(l Ip tlf.l fufi l fjX"'t 00
I9. At, tn rJS l.irt vt
lnk t4 Cipa f rsr. at 3 tr rent
to.l.ftg December, 2,?d C3
Da. do. mn the above ilrei of
lock Rank of Nbcrn, ai 3 per
crnt. to lbs 30th Jum, 18'.. S.&03 00
Do. do. on lbs above ibsres of
Mock rk of Cape Fatr, at. 3
per cent le 30tb June, 316 00
V Arr-' rtePta, R2l,58irOJ
l)"!iirt dtatMirMf nta lr the lit
Novcftiver, 1821, to tbe ftrt Nov.
; Hr, m pitilHf Rurkod II,
fir wbkh vn br be ba d
Btbnce remaining to the lit ff,------"'-
riaa.r.r;'- - a'
e 4rtasxv saw Pme,eif"i 'M-.feevt
m mnnin fsn
. nana i me in o nnw, iih
rrpottfd So tbe U ml Aawiay -
b'y of that year, 5)75 39
Tm recelpta fiorn the lat of Kov.
18:8, to tbe lat of Nov. 1929, aa
TreMurcr of ibii fund, have con.
stated of tbe following Item, ,
to wit i
Entrica of vacant Und 4,400 O'J
Tavcm US 2.713 36
Auction do ree'd. of Sh'fTa 643 78
Uildend on Mock pprupritted to
tbn funtl Bank of newbarn, on
359 ehnres, at t per cent, to 3 lit
December 1828. f.718 00
Do. oa tbt abova abares, to 30th
Juoa. 1839. 18 00
I Dank of Cape Fear, oa 704 sharev.
at 2 per centum to JIM Dec. 18, 1,408 w
Do. oa tba above aharei, to 50th
June, 18, 1.408 00
DiviJtnd an ! niud bf Mi fund l
fttata Dank of Nim4i Cnrolina, -on
282 iharea, at 1 pr eenid, for v
12 anontba to 3lrt Dee. 1829. 2705 00
Bank of Nan bens 141 iWn, at 2 -
per cent, to 3lt Pee. 1825, t87 00
Do. on ib above aharea, to 30lb
June. 1829. 232 00
Bank of Cape Ferr on 50 iharc at 2
per centum, to Hat Dee. 1823. 100 00
Do. on be above, to tbe 30ib
June, 1829, 100 00
Dividend, Cape Fear Navigation
Company for the year 1828, paid
lltk February 129,
Do. for 1829, paid 3d July, 18 :9,
BalanceonhandielMofNov. 1829, 16JU8 18
Amount received on balances re
Joiied lo be due from Clerks and
laaUra.-aieVaibe.returtu made -'
during ibis year, fum the lit of
Nov 128, to lat of Nov 1829,
per exhibit O, . 1.129 31
The balance on band tu the ftrtt
ticnerat Aoembly : . ""2512
Deduct dibiremenla during that
Ef Hod, for which voucbers-bare
eea delivered to Conptrolter
and allowed, per cxbibtt.ti,
Making a balance of
tVhich bf act of Aaaeb!y:ef KS
tt tramfcrred to the Ijileeary A, mi
when added, make that Fund
. From tba foreiroina; ettimatea the cab remaio.
Intr in the Public Treamrv to the fint 'of Nov.
' 1829; nd for which the T reaQWT- ia accounts.
ble. consists of the following aumii
Amount of caih on band a public -.'
Treaaurer, . , R74.014 1JJ
u.tto Treasurer or the Hoard of
Internal Improvement, 8.440 48
Ditto ditto Literary FundV 18.308 43
Ditto ditto Agricultural Fund, 721 06 j
99,43 J 84j
There baa been deported In the
uanka of this State, and remains
to the credit of the Public Trea.
eurer to the lat of November,
the following rams :
t BM-ankf-fiCfolin- ai
Raleigh, 843,840 92
Bank nf Newoem do. - 22.260 41
Bank of Cape Fear at Fayetteville 12,269 80
Treuurv Kotei rcmiinin? in the
viulta, 21,112 C9j
In pursuance of the act of last session,
directing sales of the several tracts of
(and purchased by the State at the' sale
of the land and negroes ofthe late John
Hay woody Esqrxales have - been made s
will appear from exhibit F, amounting to
$77T5n BonJTtavo been taen,"pay able"
in one, two and three years, wiin interest
from tbe day of aale, (except where tbe
purchsser elected to-make them payable
lin ono and two years,) which are on file
in this office. A report of the sales has
been made to the Comptrollertand the
... . -
smount which thetate gsyo .lo.ujhe.je J;
eral tracts ot land is 6,300. . i be sales
under this act of Assembly exceed the
price girtn bylhe fctate the sum of 2891.
The'eppropVuiion of 86,000 to .the
Clubfoot and Harlow's Creek Canal Com-
panyrwas paid as directed by resolution
of Assembly, in one and two instalments ;
on the payment of each, bonds with sure
ties, were, given by the President of the
company; and the conveyances, as dir
ected by the act of Assembly, have been
executed by the company, and are on file
in this office. :. L.- :
Tbe receipts on the bonds assigned by
! the Executors pf tbe late John Hajtwood,
to Ls if j.lie-J b part j.iytner.l cf He
jinlttnr.nt, tlto Bute agjimt Um
Wike .Cogmy Court, will appear from
the exhll'tt C. Hut a amill part cf ttia
bondi have been collected. Oa ibis
judgment scire fnclis's were iun4
against the devlicea under the will of the
said John Haywood.
At Febiuity term of Wakt County
Court, 1139, Judgment wn rendered
Rtlnit the real citate, and the aime
condemned in the hinds of the devisaii.
The devitecs being minors, were by lawi
entitled e stay of twelve months on tbe
iudment, which will be out at tbe Cot-n.'
ty Court of sld count? tor be t aid thai
ihiiu nuiMiai a a mnsm, -mum- , ran)
thich term aa-otder le;wlll-rMof
commanding tbe Sheriff to sell hf Un
Zur..cab. Unless-tome, person, is e
pointediIb authoriiv lotld on behalf nT"
tbeteror power 4e given vn thriWriirH
i sciLpfi ,e ,credlti,lbe,liDd,iIUmuh
vataablc, will not sell for Its vslue.
. The suits thst haveecn commenctd
against the auieties of the late Public
Treasurer, sre now of luue in Wake Su
perior Court, under Ibe minigemeot of
the Attorney General and Gavin Hogg,
The comminloncrs appointed by tbe
set of the Assembly of last senioo. for
selling the reversionary ioiertit ofiU
State in the lands formerly occupied by
the Tutkarora Indiana, have aeeorrftn.
to the proviiions of the act, mide a re.
port ofthe sales to tbe Public Treasurer,
with tbe bonds taken from the purchn
ers, amounting to 82,977 87, piyable in
ionalments of one and two years from
the 17th of March, 1829, which are on
file In this office. The greater part of
the bonds are for sums under one hun
dred dollars. l)y the act, it ia made tho
duty of the Public Trenurer to collect,
them as they become due. 'ffoaatboritf -ii
given for him to place tbem in the
hands of an attorney or afrent for collec
. Tbe duties of the Treaiury office)
:h'..ji. ei . .
tin nui aumii i nis personii attention.
Ii ii reipectfuily subrauted, whether dir
ections, should not cm- Riven for ihe bondv
to 9e put in the hnds of lie Solicitor of
that district for collection, in caie psy
mcnt ii not made in a reasonable time if
ter they become due.
Tbe books containing the accounts of
the Sites of the Cherokee Unds, havat
been copied aa directed by the resolution
of the last lenion of the Assembly.
They have been examined and certified
by ike Secreiaryjof State,, and the origin-
all deposited in his office.
The demand against Doctor Fabiui J.
Haywood has been Itgoiltated aa-autfter-ii
tr i ii rcaoiuilon ofthe last session
of tho General Assembly. Ho ' has given
bonds with surely in three instalments,
echfor,tho sum of 261 7ft makinr
tbe sumofg7i 25iUj, interest. Iron
the 20 th AugUM, 1828. psyable tho tentli
of JanOirv, I830T 1 and 2j which ni
has been pissed to . ihe credit of John
favwood, fc'quireiTate Public Treasurer
Also the demind agiipst John HoIIowav,
surety for Susan Schaub and DaviJ
uorater has been liquidated as dircted
bv reauluiion - of llic Juit - sesiicii.I tho .
Oer.erjl Asiembly jn.bis behalf, and four
hond hvebeei-vive4v'ith-sueti, eaci
Tor the sum of 8337 75, psrable the first
of January, 1830, I," 2 and 3. with inter
est from the 20;h August, 1329 ; for
which he is charged in tnc books of thin
and the Comptroller's Office.
Thf amount ofthe Treasury Notes re
mainin in circulation, according tb tho
Report ofthe Public Treasurer to the last
session, and redeemable' at the Treasury
on the first of November, 1823, was.
The amount burnt by the committee
t k uunce of Jat aeion. accor. : .
ding to their report, was 1 7,781 8?
VVlurh "deducted, with" those on ' r" -
hand, shews the amount of Trea-.
iiry Notei now in circulation of
thoae directed by acts of Asst-m.
bly to have been issued, to be 8146,625 61 J
The mutilated state of the notes, has
and will conttntre tatrrcreaVothe-demimt
for payment, which, with the contingent
charges of government for the next fiscal ,
year, may reduce the funds of tho Treas
ury so low, as to require some aid beforo
the receipt of the revenue of the ensuing
year. In this. event, it would be well far
some provision lo he mcTe, to authorize
loan to be obtained from some of the
Banks of the State on the deposite of
Treasury Notes or otherwise.
The regulations bf the Treasury Dc-
parttnent by tho act of 1827, have been
found em experiment-to be wise and salu
tary. X he accountability is wen euaroed
vj iuw iiiuiikiia dvv'v iaa v ia vay wui uvvn
oalbe diiburjierri,ents. introduced by the
The duties of the office, however, . are
considerably -increased t h e reby, added to
those required of the Public Treasurer in
attending to tbe demand for payment of
the Treasury Notes, which of late has
been greaVow account of i heir mutilated
state, and again issuing them, when a iked
for, is respectfully made known, under
the hope that provision will be made for
giving such assistance as will enable the
Public Treasurer faithfully Id discharge
the duties of the office. - ' -. :.
The receipts and disbursements on ac-
ccTit of the Agricultural Fund, and div .