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C. A table exhibiting the amount of the salaries paid to the several officers of

the Branches of the Bank of Tennessee.

Names of Branches and officers. Sal.of oficers,

1838.-1839.

Names of officers.

ROGERSVILLE BRANCH,
President,

300 300 C. H. Coflin,
Cashier,

1,350 1,350 S. D. Mitchell, Clerk,

500G. F. Gammon, ATHENS BRANCH. President,

1,200 1,200 T. Nixon Van Dyke, Cashier,

1,800 1,800 A. D. Keys, Clerk,

1,200 1,200 Campbell, SHELBYVILLE BRANCH. President,

1,000 1,000 J. Eakin, Cashier,

1,500 1,500 R. N. Wallace, Clerk,

500 500 T: B. Cannon, COLUMBIA BRANCH. President,

1,500 1,000 W. J. Poik, Cashier,

2,000 2.000 E. W. Dale, Clerk,

1,000 1,000 M. G. Lewis, CLARKSVILLE BRANCH. President,

800 T. W. Barksdale, Cashier,

1,800 2,000 E. B. Roche,
Clerk,

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TRENTON BRANCH.
President,

800 800 M. Woodfin.
Cashier,

1,500 1,500 J. A. Taliaferro, Clerk,

600 800 Fite, SOMMERVILLE BRANCH. President,

1,200 1,200 B. Douglass, Cashier,

2,000 2,000 L. R. Richards, Clerk,

8001 800 No. Rhodes. A true abstract from the statements received from the Branches.

HENRY EWING, Cashion

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(D.) STATEMENT OF INTEREST, paid on Internal Improvement and Bank Bonds issued by the State of Tennessee

Rate

Am’t of Amount of In-
Date of Bonds.

When Paid.
To what Company issued.

Where Paid.
Interest.

Boods.
Lebanon and Nashville Turnpike Company, 54.pr.ci. Nov. 20, 1837, 2,000 52 50 Jan. 5, 1839, Nashville
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4,000 Gallatin Turnpike Company,

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Nov. 6, 1837, 18,000

735 Feb. 15,
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March 31, 1838, 10,000
Lebanon and Nashville Turnpike Company,

Oct. 5, 1837, * 10,000
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Feb. 15,
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4,000 105 May 9, Nashville and Charlotte Turnpike Company, 5 pr.ct. Nov. 3,

15,000 375 May 11, Gallatin Turnpike Company,

Nov. 23,

5,000

125 May 23, Lebanon and Nashville Turnpike Company, 5. pr. ct. Nov. 20,

1,000 52 50 May 23, Columhia Central Turnpike Company, 5 Nov. 3,

45,000 1,725

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Nov. 30,

24,000
Lebanon and Nashville Turnpike Company, 54 pr.ct. May 21,

1,000 26 25 20,
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2,000 52 50
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5, 1839, 30,000
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9, Nashville and Charlotte Tarnpike Company,

San. 9,000 225

9, Cumberland and Stones River Turnpike Co.,

July 4, 6,000 150

17, Harpeth Turnpike Company,

Jan. 3,

26,000

650

Aug. 17,
Lebanon and Nashville Turnpike Company, 54 pr. ct. Aug. 20, 1838, 4,000 105

21, Cumberland and Stones River Turnpike Co. 5

Jan. 4, 1839, 11,000 275

22, Lebanon and Nashville Turnpike Company,

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Gailatia Turnpike Company,
Lebanon and Nashville Turnpike Company,
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Gallatin Turnpike Company,
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Clarksville and Russelville Turnpike Co.
Gallatia Turnpike Company,
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Cumberland and Stones River Turnpike Co.,
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Gallatin Turnpike Company,

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Jan. 1, 1838, 4,000
Feb. 5,

4,000
Nov. 6, 1837, 18,000
March 31, 1838, 11,500
July 2,

2,000
Jan. 4, 1839, 2,000
March 22,

24,000
Oct.

1, 1838, 3,000 March 22, 1839, 1,000 March 31, 1838,

1,0001 Nov. 3,

45,000 Nov. 30,

24,000
Nov. 3,

15,000
Nov. 6, 1837, 18,000
March 31, 1838, 11,500
Oct. 5, 1837, 10,000
March 8, 1839, 3,000
Nov. 23, 1838, 5,000
March 31, “

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May 21,

3,000
Jan.

4, 1839, 6.000
Jan.

4, 1839 2,000 Jan. 5,

30,0001
March 22

1,000
Nov. 23, 1838, 36,000
Nov. 23,

7,000
Nov. 23,

2,000 Nov, 23,

2,000 Nov. 23,

10,000 March 22, 1839,

1,000 Nov. 23, 1838, 10,000

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774 37 Sept. 2,
52 50 Sept. 6,
50 Sept. 11,
600 Oct. 8,
78.75 Oct. 9,
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Oct. 23,
78 75 Oct. 24,
1,725

Noy. 3,
375

Nov. 4,
774 37 Nov. 7,
262 50 Nov. 7,

75 Nov. 12,
125 Nov. 19,
78 75 Nov. 21,
78 75 Nov. 29,
150 Jan. 9, 1840,

50 Jan. 10,
.750 Jan. 11,
25 Oct. 11,

Philadel'ia.
900

Sept. 1, 1839,
175 Oct. 11,
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Dec. 27,
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Dec. 27,
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RECAPITULATION.
Lebanon and Nashville Turnpike Company, 54 per cent.
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Nashville and Charlotte Turnpike Co.,

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2,388 75
1,500
2,480 61
2,600

650

975
3,450
675
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$ 14,794 36
INTEREST PAID ON STATE BONDS ISSUED FOR BANK OF TENNESSEE.
December 28, 1838, Interest

11,703 77
May 13, 1839,

29,056 23
November 14, 1839,

30,000

$85,554 36
HENRY EWING, Cashier

(E.)
Statement of the Condition of the Union Bank of Tennessee and Branches.

November 2d, 1839.
Domestic Bills of Exchange.-Principal Bank, 536,794 06

Office at Jackson, 169,744 29
Columbia,

36,088 16

Knoxville, 15,000 807,626 51
Notes under Discount.-Principal Bank, 1,482,001 41

Office at Jackson, 647,066 55

Columbia, 544,901 64

Knoxville, 199,249 18 2,873,218 78
Suspended Debt-cr Debi in suit,

386,880 11
Office at Jackson, 30,168 57

Columbia, 57,376 25

Knoxville, 3,736 25 478,161 18
Planter's Bank Stock,

900
State of Tennessee,

12,428 04
Jno. M. Bass, Pension Agent,

1,018 70 14,345 74
Exchange Account,

1,733 88
Expense Account.--Principal Bank,

'1,498 17
Office at Jackson,

58 44

3,290 49
Real Estate Nashville,

32,532 20
Jackson,

16,268 07
Columbia,

11,108 68
Knoxville,

10,984 761 70,893 71
Due from sundry Banks,

51,172 26
Cash on hand, viz:-

State and City Bank Notes, 54,154
Distant Bank Notes.

112,522
Gold and Silver,

115,297 76
intransitu from N, O, 50,000 331,973 76

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(E.--Continued.)
Capital Stock paid in,

12,490,804
Additional State Stock,

146,600
Post Notes on time, payable North,

551,238 46
South,

75,500
Notes in circulation,
Certificates on interest,
State of Tennessee (special) on interest,
Due to sundry Banks,
Office Balances,
Dividends Unpaid,
Individual Depositors.---Principal Bank. 57,456 10

Ofice at Jackson, 35,740 67

Columbia, 22,268 87
Knoxville,

9,666 08
Treasurer United States,

3,699 95
Treas'r Ten.-Deposite at Jackson & Knoxville, 14,475 21
Jno. W. Campbell, Pension Agent, Jackson, 2,222 96
D. Campbell, Agent, Knoxville,

4.360 82
Contingent or surplus Fund,

626,738 46
328,695

59,522 05
353,676
57,878 34
36,163 52
33,069 39

125,131 72

24,758 94
347,645 01

$4,632,682 43
W. S. PICKETT, Assistant Cashier.

(F.)
Curtailment of the debt of the Union Bank of Tenn:ssee and Branches
from 1st November, 1837, to 1st November, 1839.
Debt 1st Nov'r Debt 1st Nov'ri

Curtailment.
1837.

1839.
Principal Bank, Nashville, 3,252,379 9612,455,675 58! 796,704 38
Ohce at Jackson,

916,174 63 846,979 411 69,195 22
Columbia,

855,440 811 638,366 05, 217,074 76
Kaoxville,

227,671 961 217,985 43 9,686 53

$5,251,667 36 4,159,006 4711,092,660 89

W. S. PICKETT, Assistant Cashier.

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