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COAST SURVEY. Authorized by Acts of February 19, 1807, July 10, 1832, March 3, 1843, and 31st of August, 1852. SUPERINTENDENT, ALEXANDER DALLAS BACHE, LL.D.; salary, $6000.

Operations for the year 1863. Tus services at Port Royal and at the mouths Assistant Fairfield; and above the mouth of Peof the Mississippi, referred to in the last report, nobscot River, by Assistant McCorkle. For the were followed up in 1863 in the military depart connection of primary bases, it was continued by ment of North Carolina; on the coast of South Mr. Bache's own party on the coast of Connecticut; Carolina and Georgia, particularly near Charles- additional work to connect with it was done by ton and at Tybee and Wagsaw; in Louisiana, Assistant Blunt, east of the Hudson; and the verirest of the Mississippi, and in the Mississippi and fication work, on the coast of New Jersey, was exYazoo Rivers, during the sieges of Vicksburg and tended to the vicinity of Manasquam Inlet, by Port Hudson. In the first-named department, Assistant Farley. besides the triangulation of the Neuso River by The detailed topography of Eastport harbor was Assistant Fairfield, reconnoissance maps were prosecuted by Sub-Assistant Dennis; that of the made by Assistant West and Sub-Assistant Rock- coast of Maine, from Winter harbor eastward, by Well, while the enemy threatened Newbern and Sub-Assistant Rockwell. The topography of the Little Washington. Charleston bar was surveyed western side of the entrance and that of the by night and lighted and buoyed by Assistant western shore of Penobscot Bay, near Camden, by Bantelle with the steamer Bilb, just previous to Sub-Assistants Ferguson and Dorr; that of the passthe baval attack of April, 1863. Port Royal bar ages between the Sheepscot and Kennebec Rivers va resurveyed by his party, and the buoys needed was completed by Sub-Assistant Iardella, and the there and at other entrances on the coast of South detailed survey of the vicinity of Harpswell Neck, Carolina and Georgia were sot, and properly Maine, continued by Assistant Longfellow. marked on the charts supplied from the office for The hydrography of the year in the northern the blockading squadron. A hydrographic recon- sections embraced additional lines of deep-sea Distance was made by the Bibb, in December, 1862, soundings, and the development of rocks and of the channel

into Winyah Bay, under the orders ledges near Portland entrance and off the coast of d'Admiral Dupont.

Maine, by Lieut. Commander Phelps, with the Assistant Edwards, in this section, sounded out steamer Corwin; that of Rockland harbor, by tro important branches of the island passage be- Assistant Edwards; the in-shore hydrography, tween St. Helena and Port Royal sounds; ex- which includes the approaches to Muscongus Bay amined the channelsinto Tybee roads; and pushed and Penobscot Bay (western approach), by Acting the hydrography of Wassaw sound, for which Assistant Cordell, with the steamer Vixen; that shore-line was furnished by a party under Sub- of the northern part of Casco Bay, by Assistant Assistant Dennis.

Gerdes; that of the Hudson River, completed by als parties were actively and constantly en- the party of Messrs. Harding and Strausz; a deve raged, during an average period of about six lopment of ledges of the eastern end of Long months of the surveying year, on the coast of Island, and re-examination of part of New York North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia, and harbor for the pilot commissioners, by Lieut.-Comtheir labors were warmly commended by Major- mander Phelps; one near the Delaware breakGeneral Foster and Admiral Dupont.

water, for the engineer department, by Capt. Pat8ab-Assistant Dorr supervised the erection of terson, hydrographic inspector of the Coast Sur. additional earthworks at Jacksonville, Florida. vey; and soundings of the coast of Maryland, and

Under the protection afforded in the vicinity of completion of the hydrography of the Potomac Admiral Bailey's blockading vessels, the hydrogra- River, by Lieut.-Commander Phelps. phy outside of the Florida keys was completed by On the Atlantic and Gulf coast, of nineteen as. e party under Acting Assistant Cordell, with the sistants, fourteen sub-assistants, and twenty-two steamer Vixen. The same party sounded the aids engaged in field-work or in hydrography, main entrance and approach of Charlotte harbor. twelve assistants, seven sub-assistants, and ten

Three topographers served with the army of aids rendered service in connection with military Major-Gen. Banks (Assistant Oltmanns, Sub-Assist- and naval operations; and most

of those who so ant Hosmer, and Mr. Lyman), and two, Sub-Assist- co-operated were also employed in duty on other ant Fendall and Mr. Strausz, under the direction of parts of the coast. Assistant Gerdes, with the fleet of Admiral Porter, The number of hydrographic maps and charts and subsequently with the army of Major-General issued from the office of the survey during the Grant. A minute topographical survey of the year ending October 31, 1863, was 29,300, of west bank of the Mississippi opposite to New which 14,000 were delivered to the naval service, Orleans for defensive purposes; reconnoissance and 3000 to mariners employed in transportaThaps of the middle districts of Louisiana and of tion for the Government. The remainder were the Red River as far up as Alexandria; the topo- either furnished to the military authorities, or Fraphy of the approaches to Vicksburg while the distributed by Coast Survey officers in the squadSiers was in progress, and the survey of those of ron to which they were attached, or disposed of Port Hudson after the surrender of that port, are to the merchant marine. The number of maps of part of the resnlts of their labors.

the war localities published, distributed, or sold, In the northern sections of the Atlantic coast was 16,700. the regular work of triangulation was carried on, Expenditures for the year ending June 30, 1863, Teaching from Machias into Passamaqnoddy Bay, $304,100: appropriations for the year ending June on the coast of Maine, under Sub-Assistant Web. 30, 1864, $300,000; estimates for the year ending ber; from Blue H Bay towards Mt. Desert, by June 30, 1865, $306,000.

CONDITION OF THE BANKS OF T81 Condensed statement of the condition of the Banks

LIABILITIES.

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Maine.......

69 Jan. 1863. $7,983,000 $6,488,478 $5,076,107 $128,578 $653,397 New Hampshire...

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4,678,700 4,192,034 1,725,866

397 111 Vermont... 40 Aug. 1862. 3,911,000 5,621,851 925,627

1,117,383 Massachusetts...

183 Oct. 1862. 67,544,200 28,957,630 44,737,490 17,413,850 5,796,224 Rhode Island....

88 Dec. 1862. 20,890,129 6,413,404 5,376,414 1,605,121 1,127,893 Connecticut.

75 Jan. 1863. 21,812,943 13,842,758 8,890,237 1,387,274 2,363,781 Six Eastern States... 507

126,819,972 65,516,155 66,731,741 20,534,823 11,455,789 New York

308 Dec. 1862. 108,668,297 39,182,819 200,824,756 57,389,106 19,047,084 New Jersey,

52 Jan. 1863. 8,187,162 8,172,398 9,599,269 853,193 1,503,792 Pennsylvania

94 Nov. 1862. 25,917,650 27,689,504 43,038,218 8,447,311 5,899,983 Delawaret..

5 Jan. 1863. 385,000 678,340 509,381 7,652 93, 105 Marylandt.

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12,112,309 6,649,030 13,779,279 1,799,287 1,485,750 Five Middle States. 491

156,270,418 82,372,091 267,750,903 68,496,549 28,029,714 Virginiat..

66 Jan. 1861. 16,486,210 19,817,148 7,157,270 1,310,068 317,905 North Carolina .

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7,863,466 5,218,598 2,034,391 105,631 291,466 South Carolina.

20 Sept. 1860. 14,952;486 6,089,036 3,334,037 1,312,659 2,868,100 Georgiag...

28 Jan. 1861. 16,555,460 8,311,728 3,846,176 1,389,011 657,800 Florida

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425,000 116,250 108,606 Five Southern States..... 147

56,282,622 39,558,760 16,480,480 4,117,369 4,135,271 Alabama

8 Jan. 1861. 4,976,000 5,055,222 3,435,685 2,250,855 160,892 Louisianat

6 Jan. 1863. 17,388,166 8,876,519 5,810,251 352,463 125,519 Tennesseet

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3,561,700 4,540,906 1,125,633 91,136 711,412 Kentuckyt.

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13,798,030 9,035,724 7,676,305 2,829,898 1,958,828 Missouri....

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11,247,681 4,037,277 3,434,262 546,896 2,638,240 Five Southwestern States. 114

50,971,577 31,545,648 21,482,138 6,071,248 5,504,891 Illinois...........

25 Jan. 1863. 894,845 619,286 400,213 110,739 42,112 Indiana....

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4,492,835 6,762,890 3,017,597 110,126 1,303,776 Ohio.........

55 Feb. 1863. 5,674,000 9,057,837 11,697,818 1,014,752 1,978,340 Michigan

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416,590 131,087 1,420,852 19,218 110,934 Wisconsin 64 July,1862. 3,055,000 1,643,200 3,318,007

1,026,019 Iowa

14 Dec. 1862. 797,970 1,249,000 1,287,273 48,603 121,225 Minnesota .........

7 Jan. 1863. 318,000 198,494 92,876 3,100 11,660 Kansas...... 1 Jan. 1862. 52,000 2,770 6,330

4,414 Nebraska.... Nine Northwestern States 207

15,701,240 19,684,564 21,240,966 1,806,538 4,598,480 RECAPITULATION. Six Eastern States....... 507

126,819,972 65,516,155 66,731,741 20,534,823 11,455,789 Five Middle States..... : 491

155,270,418 82,372.091 267,750,903 68,496,549 28,029,714 Five Southern States...... 147

56,282,622 39,558,760 16,480,480 4,117,369 4,136,271 live Southwestern States. 114

50,971,677 31,545,648 21,482,136 6,071,248 5,594,891 Nine Northwestern States 207

15,701,240 19,684,564 21,240,966 1,306,538 4,598,480 Totals ........ 1,466

405,045,829 238,677,218 393,686,226 100,526,527 53,814,145 Totals, January, 1862.... 1,496

419,761,812 183,938,945 297,127,226 61,080,863 51,708,341 1861 1,601

429,592,713 202,005,767 257,229,562 61,275,256 65,756,717 1860. 1,562

421,880,095 207,102,477 253,802,129 55,932,918 61,141,688 1859..... 1,476

401,976,242 193,306,818 259,568,278 68,215,651 60,368,713 1858.... 1,422

394,622,799 155,208,344 185,932,019 51,169,875 61,662,686 1857..... 1,416

370,834,686 214,778,822 230,351,352 57,674,333 79,539,573 1856... 1,398

343,874,272 195,747,950 212,705,662 52,719,956 75,039,585 1855.... 1,307

332,177,288 186,952, 223 190, 400,342 45,156,697 62,042,168 1854...... 1,298

301,376,071 204,689,207 188,188,744 50,322,162 50,293,914 1851...... 879

227,807,553 155,065,251 128,957,712 46,416,928 38,879,692 For other, and in many instances later, roturns of the condition of the banks, see subdivision + Partial returns only from thero States.

t Including West Virginia.

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3,658,172

$260,529

$5,136,606 1515,362 $1,289,403 85,909

1,434,703 171,761 $211,460 2,882,057 1,696,554

7,153,822 3,579,988 983,313 752,294 206,435 2,081,620 23,873,190 5,746,321 1,538,841 2,209,387 6,532,478

16.341,927 8,019,037 4,505,888 2,627,282 25,221,286 178,922,536 118,942,719 9,614,972 2,094,397 27,682,461 15,76,274 6,193,689 441,181 96,292 4,633,317 6248,090 | 18,073 296 1,844,612 5,994,876 11,020,598

17,150 39,400 19,626 477,696 12919,660 3,899,242 999,036 81,766

2,553,068

$747,145 356,000

199,313 9,595,530

506,270 1,423,009 12,826,267

753,531 1,112,563

33,103,776

e 3,934

B&, 1968 148,128,096 12,930,200

, 3,280,957 46,367,140

8,793,957

2,639 130,656 42,031,028

32,939
45,820

9,355,035
1,361,309

392,236
11,950,014
17,040,941
1,329,392
8,608,798

86,862 2,025,970 29,091,963 2,003,703 513,183 277,649 970,050

18,412 3,782,997

684,801

453,992 1,123,242 2,327,015 1,357,023 6,945,873

109,295 1,901,359 3,813,383

44,826 886,033 616,405 22,209

25,856,262 3,685,135 1,070,669 340,791 1,893,416 14.060,746 537,714 239,456 28,912 630,355 12.900,759 2,969,872 684,144 2,388,994 587,645 1360,31 2,629,706 8,565,261 689,721 1,987,125 125,000

12,302 40,118 9,947,427| 10,559,530 3,460,720 5,138,659 10.354,000

565,826 171,300 28,835 1,131,530

3,667,361 576,436 4,742,578 1,254,241 30,972 1,726,801 243,535

48,333 1,928,595 650,957 623,039 339,952 6,647,613 12,060,601 1,295,813 621,520 $1,682,561 7,906,758 2,235,830 5,159,698 10,961,979

501,947 206,231 425,460 110,151 6,250,245 1,559,768 348,860

2,801,282 2,298,400

3,768,820 697,450 1,501,206 4,440,726 1,082,906 183,728 91,429

451,736 3924,584 1,914,117 285,765 396.141 929,303 1408,666 226,350

117,022 490,657 133.951 324,212 1,032 21,377 20,783 9,280 7,680

750

100,447

774 179,980

37,803,047 1,180,884 9,467,234

66,179 2,750.183 51,267,527 3,017,359 1,059,715 1,628,336 2,358,665

55,071 8,119,038 2,715,120 8,806,080

65,266 6,322,510 3,666,017 21,564,993

104,018 3,455,731 3,023,285

30,339 265,548 544,967 25,658

105,786 1,028,639 472,598 203,698

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65,793 349,584 261,136 203,694 112,187

50,382
4,450

24,473,582 8,508,942 1,640,047 2,468,786

9,245,388

7,393,481

1,037,226

7,449,546

8,019,037 4,505,888 2,627,282 25,221,286 11,950,014 266,821,603 146,126,098 12,939,200 8,286,957 46,367,140 29,091,963 79.282,290

9,917,427 10,559,630 3,460,720 5,138,659 3,782,997 61,682,651

7,906,758 2,235,830 5,159,698 10,961,979 5,945,873 24,473,182

8,508,942 1,640,047 2,468,786 9,245,388 7,393,481 645,601,863 180,508,260 31,880,495 22,003,443 96,934,452 58,161,328 47,686,103 98,976,262 82,339,280 13,758,816 65,338,205 25,274,554 66 778,421 74,001,879 30,748,927 16,657,511 - 58,793,990 21,903,902 661,945 680 70.344,343 33,782,131 11,123,171 67,235,457 20,502,567 657,183,799 63,502,449 25,976,497 8,323,041 78,214,987 18,858,289

60,305,260 28,755,834 6,075,906 58,052,802 22,447,436 631,466,887 69,272,329 26,124,522

5,920,836 65,849,205 28,124.008 $4,183,280 59,485,215 20,865,867 8,882,516 62,639,726 24,779,049 5:6144,758 62,727,082 24,073,801

8,734,540 55,738,735 23,429,518 $$7,597,779 45,350,330 22,367,472 7,589,830 55,516,085 22,659,066 M15.766,799 | 22,388,3891 20,219,7248,935,972 50,718,015 17,196,083 Banta," under the head of the “Individual Statos," respectively.

No later returns from these stated.

1,112,563 12,826,267 42,031,028 61,267,527

179,980 8,119,036 1,810,721 21,564,993 1,037,226 7,449,546 46,171,518 101,227,369 27,807,872 102,307,559 29,297,878 87,674,507 19,331,521 83,594,537 26,808,822 104,537,818 15,380,441 774,412,832 25,081,641 58,349,838 19,937,710 59,314,063 21,936,738 53,944,546 25,579,253 59,410,253 15,341,196 48,671,048

583,166,242

LIST OF NATIONAL BANKS, ESTABLISHED UNDER ACT OF CONGRESS OP

FEBRUARY 25, 1863.
(CORRECTED TO DECEMBER 11, 1863.)

No.

Name and Place.

President.

Cashier.

Capital.

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1 1st Nat. Bank of Bath, ** Me.................. Oliver Moses

Wm. D. Mussenden. $100.000 2 1st Bangor, Me.......... George Stetson......

John Wyman.....

125,000 3 1st** Nashua, N.H....

Thomas Chase. J. A. Spalding 100,000 4 Ist** "

Portsmouth, N.H... Wm. H. Y. Hackett Samuel Lord... 100,000 6 1st Bennington, Vt.. Luther R. Graves....

100,000 6 18t**

Springtield, Vt... Henry Bernard...... George W. Porter... 50,000 1st Barre,* Mass..

Edward Denny........ Henry P. Wood. 50,000 8 1st

Springfield, Mass.... James Kirkham...... Julius H. Appleton. 150,000 9 Ist**

Worcester, Mass... Parley Hammond... Lewis W. Hammond 100,000 10 1st

Providence, R.I..... Amasa Sprague...... George M. Daniels... 200,000 11 1st* 66

Hartford, Conn.... Edwin D. Tiffany.... James S. Tryon...... 100,000 12 1st**

New Haven, Conn........ Henry M. Welch..... William Moulthrop 300,000 13 1st

Norwich, Conn....... Albert H. Almy...... William H. Tingley 100,000 14 Ist

Stamford, Conn...... H. M. Humphrey.... Charles W. Brown... 200,000 15 1st** "

New York, N.Y. Sam. C. Thompson.. James Curphey...... 200,000 16 20**

Henry A. Hurlbut... Allen J. Ormsbee... 800,000 17 3d

Charles V. Culver... John Roby Penn.... 500,000 18 1st Adams, N.Y.

Solon D.Hungerford Rich.H.Huntingdon 50,000 19 1st** Dansville, N.Y.

James Faulkner...... Barnabas S. Chapin 50,000 1st Delhi, N.Y.

James H. Graham .. George E. Marvin... 50,000 21 1st Ellenville, N.Y.

Gilbert DuBois ..... John T. Dewitt.... 120,000 22 1ste « Elmira, N.Y.

Sam. R.Van Campen Henry R. Kendall... 100,000 23 2d

H. M. Partridge Wm. F. Corry...... 200,000 24 1st**

Fishkill Landing,* N.Y. Walter Brett..... Charles N. Jordan... 50,000 25 1st Moravia,* N.Y.

Austin B. Hale...... Benj. F. Everson..... 50,000 26 1st New Berlin, N.Y.......... S.T. Knapp....

John T. White........ 60,000 27 1st** Rondout, N.Y. Thomas Cornell...... Charles Bray.

200,000 28 1st

Seneca Falls, N.Y.. Erastus Partridge... Delancey E.Partridge 60,000 29 lst**

South Worcester,* N.Y. Abraham Becker.... Volney D. Becker... 60,000 80 Isto Syracuse, N.Y.

E. B. Judson

George B. Leonard.. 100,000 81 2d

Samuel A. Hetfield. William W. Teall.... 100,000 32 1st Utica, N.Y.

Benj. N. Huntington Publius V. Rogers... 100,000 33 1st** «

Watertown, N.Y... Loveland Paddock... Oscar Paddock........ 60,000 34 1st Newark, NJ.

James L. Dickerson Stephen S. Burnet... 125,000 35 1st**

Philadelphia, Pa....... C. H. Clark ...... Mort. McMichael, Jr. 150,000 36 1st

Bethlehem, Pa............ Charles Luckenbach Rudolph T. Rauch.. 76,000 37 Ist** Carlisle, Pa...

Samuel Hepburn .... Wm. W. Hepburn... 50.000 38 1st

Conneautville, Pa........ John E. Patton ...... D. D. Williams........ 50,000 39 lst** Erie, Pa..... John C. Spencer..... M. Sanford...

100,000 40 1st Girard,* Pa..... Henry McConnell... R. S. Battles....

50,000 41 1st Hollidaysburg,* Pa...... William Jack

Robert B. Johnson.. 50,000 42 1st

Huntingdon,* Pa... James M. Bell... Geo. W. Garretson... 100,000 43 1st

Johnstown,* Pa..... Daniel J. Morrell.... Howard J. Roberts. 60,000 1st Kittanning,* Pa....

John B. Finley Charles T. Neale...... 60,000 45 1st** Marietta, Pa... John Hellinger...... A. Bowman....

60.000 46 1st

Union Mills,* Pa.. John Johnson... E. D. Sunderlin. 50,000 1st Meadville, Pa....... Charles A.Derickson Gideon Mosier.

70,000 48 1st

Brownsville, Pa..... Robert Rogers........ William Parkhill.... 50,000 49 1st

Newville,* Pa.......... Joseph P. Hursh..... John P. Rhoads...... 52,000 50 1st**

Pittsburgh, Pa... James Langhlin...... John D. Scully....... 400,000 51 1st Reading, Pa....

Levi Bull Smith ...... Aug. Frederick Boas 100,000 52 1st** Scranton, Pat...

Joseph H. Scranton William Cushing .... 200,000 63 2d** Scranton,* Pa....

Theodore F. Hunt... William W. Winton 100,000 54 Ist**

Strasburg,* Pa..... John F. Herr ..... E. M. Eberman ...... 73,000 55 1st**

Towanda, Pa..... George F. Mason..... Nath'l M. Betts, Jr. 65,000 56 1st**

Wilkesbarre, Pa.... James McLean..... Thomas Wilson... 51,500 57 2d

Thomas F. Atherton Mathew L. Everett. 100,000 58 1st West Chester, Pa.. George Brinton Wm. S. Kirk

50,000 59 Ist**

Washington, D.C... Henry D. Cooke Wm. S. Huntington 500 000 60 1st** Aurora, Ill. John Van Nortwick | Ira H. Fitch.

50.000 61 1st Cairo, Ill.... John W. Trover...... Daniel Hurd....

50 000 62 1st** Chicago, Ill...

Edmund Aiken ...... Edward E. Braisted 250.000

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LIST OF NATIONAL BANKS.-Oontinued.

Name and Place.

President.

Cashier.

Capital.

Ist Xat. Bank of Monmouth,* II.......

Danville, Ill..............

La Salle,* Ill.. 68 lst

Rock Island,* Ill......... lst

Anderson,* Ind............
Bluffton,* Ind...

Cambridge City, Ind..... 1st

Centreville,* Ind. 71 1st

Danville, Ind.....

Evansville, Ind... 72 Ist"

Fort Wayne, Ind.. 14 1st

Franklin, Ind.. 16 Ist

Huntington, Ind..
Goshen, Ind..
Indianapolis, Ind....

Kendallsville,* Ind...... SO Ist

Lafayette, Ind...
Lawrenceburg, Ind......
Madison, Ind....
Richmond, Ind........
Rockville, Ind...

South Bend, Ind...
Iste

Terre Haute, Ind....

Valparaiso,* Ind.. 88 Ist

Wabash,* Ind...
Warsaw,* Ind....

Davenport,* Iowa... 91 Ist

Iowa City, Iowa.... 02 lst

Keokuk, Iowa.......

Lyons, Iowa... lst

Marion,* Iowa..... 95 ist

Oskaloosa, Iowa... 96 1st

Ottumwa, Iowa

Louisville, Ky. 08 Ist

Detroit, Mich.

John Brown...... William M. Gregg .. $50,000 Joseph (i. English... | Eben. H. Palmer..... 50,000 George A. Bntler... E. F. Nexsen.... 50,000 Philem. L. Mitchell James M. Buford..... 100,000 W. C. McCullough... T. N. Stilwell... 50,000 John Studabaker.... Henry C. Arnold..... 50,000 John Callaway....... Thomas Newby 50,000 Owen T. Jones........ Benjamin L. Martin 56,000 S. T. Hadley........ Samuel P. Foote..... 60,000 Horatio Q. Wheeler William T. Page...... 100,000 John B. Nuttman... William B. Fisher... 150,000 Willis S. Webb...... William W. Woollen 112,500 George W. Branham Rich. T. Overstreet.. 100,000 Sam'l H. Purviance William McGrew.... 50,000 M. Mercer

H. H. Hitchcock..... 115,000 William H. English W.R. Nefsinger 150,000 William Mitchell.... Charles S. Mitchell. 58,000 M. L. Pierce... David McBride.. 250,000 Dewitt C. Fitch ...... Isaac Dunn.....

60,000 Ely Whitney......... Thomas Reed

300,000 J. E. Reeves.... E. W. Yarrington ... 110,000 George K. Steele..... Calvin W. Levings.. 125,000 Thomas G. Stanfield

100,000 Joseph H. Williams Francis S. Williams 100,000 Lewis A. Cass, Jr.... M. L. McClelland.... 50,000 Robert Cissna.... John L. Knight...... 50,000 Samuel H. Chapman William C. Graves... 50,000 A. Corbin....

Ira M. Gifford... 100,000 William B. Daniels. Wm. H. Hubbard... 50,000 William S. McGavic Henry K. Love....... 50,000 James P. Gage........ William M. Evans... 60,000 Joseph Wentzer..... Rodman D. Stephens 50,000 John White Cyrus Beede....

50,000 George Gillaspey. Wesley P.Bonnifield 50,000 George N. Lewis .... R. M. Cunningham.. 110,000 Philo Parsons ..... Henry C. Kibbee .... 100,000 Henry P. Baldwin... Chas. M. Davison..... 500,000 Victor Chapin ........ Chas. H. Richmond 75,000 D. S. Latourette...... H. B. Latourette..... 50,000 David H. Hickman.. Robert B. Price...... 100,000 Ferd. Cronenbold..... Peter Weiss..... 100,000 Timothy B. Edgar... Edward D. Jones .... 200,000 Thonias W. Cornell. Charles E. Bernard.. 100,000 George D. Bates...... Edwin D. Childs....... 100,000 Wm. McIntire George Bowen........ 75,000 Cornelius Aultman. Thomas R. Turner.. 100,000 Isaac H. Pennock... William G. Beatty... 50,000 William McKell...... William A. Cook..... 100,000 John W. Ellis......... J. D. Thompson...... 1,000,000 George Keck..

Stanhope S. Rowe... 100,000 Alfred L. Mowry.. Frank Goodman...... 300,000 B. T. Stone........ Charles G. Rodgers.. 125,000 S. B. Clark John R. Clark

65,000 Marcus Brown..... Otis Ballard, Jr...... 150,000 Geo. Worthington ... Seth W. Crittenden.. 100,000 Joseph Perkins..... Henry B. Hurlbut... 600,000 William B. Hubbard Herm. M. Hubbard 100,000 Simon Gebhart....... Charles B. Harman.. 112,500 Jonathan llarshman David C. Rench...... 100,000 Joseph S. Thomas...

60.000 Edward P. Jones..... Charles E. Niles...... 50,000 Sardis Birchard...... A. H. Miller ...

100,000 E. Delatombe......... George N. Jackson.. 100,000 John F. Kern...... John Stump..

50,000

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* There were no banking institutions in 1862–63, at theso places. ** Special depositories of tho United States.

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