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Account of the income and expenses of the United States
Nourse, Joseph, 1754-1841
July 01, 1786
Volume 18, Pages 667-669

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GENERAL ACCOUNT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OF THE UNITED STATES, FROM 1st NOVEMBER, 1785, TO 30th JUNE, 1786.
[From Executive Letter Book.]
1785.
DR.
Dolls. 90ths.
March 1.
To balance in the hands of the Treasurer of the United States this day as per Acct. forwarded to the States
71,475.54
1786.
June 30.
To General Acct. of Taxes for so much Specie received, viz:
From Massachusetts
3,777.29
From Rhode Island
201.8
From Connecticut
8,463.23
From New York
22,013.20
From New Jersey
8,964.62
From Pennsylvania
112,741.73
From Delaware
3,881.36
From Maryland
68,282.50
From Virginia
22,777.29
251,102.60
To do. for so much received in Indents, viz: From Massachusetts Quota of 10 Sept., 1782
192,000.00
28 April, 1784
30,860.45
222,860.45
From Connecticut, 28 April, 1784
7,832.78
From New York, 28 April, 1784.
36,935.67
From Pennsylvania 10 Sept., 1782
180,000.00
28 April, 1784
53,441.00
27 September, 1785
200,824.70
434,265.70
From Delaware, 28 April, 1784
10,011.69
From Virginia, 28 April, 1784
29,901.07
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To Emissions of Paper Money on the funds of Individual States in pursuance of an Act of Congress of 18 March, 1780, received from the State of New York
25,200.00
To Genl. Post Office for so much received
8,000.00
To Sundries, viz:
Cornelius Swars on Account
448.68
George Olney Ditto
3.00
451.68
To balance being the Account of Specie payments beyond the receipts or an Anticipation of the public Credit
14,235.31
$1,112,267.09
1786.
CR.
June 30.
By Anticipation of the Taxes by the late Superintendent of Finance for so much paid of 94,166.86-90ths unpaid 1st November, 1785
703.60
By so much paid Mr. John Wheelock, Presdt. of Darmouth College; the same having been received by the Commissioners of the Loan in Holland for the use of said College, and Credited by them in Account with the United States
76.41
By Expenditures in Specie, viz:
Civil List
62,891.54
Pay Master Genl. Department
31,752.42
Subsistence of the Army
28,441.00
Military and Ordinance Stores.
3,593.60
Quarter Master's Department
4,567,69
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Cloathing Department
1,158.45
Payment of Old Debts
9,137.44
Pensions, Annuities & Grants
9,211.67
Indian Affairs
1,081.17
Payment of Foreign Interest
170,200.00
Contingencies
3,468.07
325,504.35
By so much paid by the State of Pennsylvania, by virtue of Acts of the United States, quotas, of existing Requisitions, and as paid Accounts settled at the Federal Treasury, viz: For taking British Deserters, per Act 30 March, 1782
2,365.83
Pensions to Invalids pr. Do. 23 April, 1782
12,067.34
Ditto 7 June, 1785
29,743.50
44,176.77
Domestic Debt for so much towards the payment of Interest on the Domestic Debt by Indents made Receivable in Taxes
741,305.66
1,112,267.09
JOSEPH NOURSE, Register.

Treasury of the United States,
Register's Office, July 1st, 1786.