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Toxs of MERCHANDise ooing to other States by way of Buffalo, from 1853 to 1863, incklsive.

STATES, ETC. 1853. 1854. 1855. 1856, 1857. * 1858. 1859. 1860. 1861. 1862. 1863.
Pennsylvania.... 6,099 2,396 1,578 2,130 367
Ohio .. ..] 23,407 22,799 22,051 14,060 10,787
Michigan. 15,252 18, 113 21,808 17,021 7,561
Indiana 21, 194 20,960 6,772 4,609 2,038
Illinois - 67,876 70,248 52,579 43,102 30,665
Wisconsin 21, 124 25,016 33,589 24, 161 17,458
Kentuck 1,777 1,722 1,045 1,596 585
Missouri 2,056 2,809 1, 187 1,897 542
Tennesse 294 337 548 76 40

owa i.3%i 1,274 2,672 o 4, 184 Canada 2,742 1,877 1,701 1,096 496 560 842 332 Total... | 163, 192 | 167,550 || 145,530 114,696 74,733 47,350 72,767 72,030 35,278 ToNs of MERCHANDIs Egoing to other States by way of Buffalo, from 1864 to 1875, inclusive. STATES, ETC. 1864. 1865. 1866. 1867. 1868. 1869. 1870. 1871. 1872. 1873. 1874. 1875. Pennsylvania..... 535 420 147 o 12 206 159 821 74 32 90 0 ......... 6, 106 || 8,093 5,785 9,227 4,926 7,923 4,424 || 10,592 3,728 1,272 898 Michigan. 4,782 || 5,406 || 4,874 8,232 8,339 4,072 4,212 || 15,299 || 10, 159 2,095 6,296 indiana. 1,144 2,151 638 2,021 2,113 952 1,068 10,133 2, 136 416 335 linois... 25,842 24,575 I-41,287 48,884 47,891 51. 161 54,649 39,854 24,020 23,416 5,431 isconsi 9,856 11,407 11,359 23,986 || 6,610 8,532 15,874 15,962 12,026 3, 165 1,538 entucky..........] ......... 206 19 1,493 ............ 733 570 565 385 64 88 issouri 1,680 1,281 1,407 2,775 3, 163 10,610 14,722 19,284 1,405 430 121 i Tennessee ------- 20 - I --------- i. ------------ I ------------ i ------------- I ------------ 1 ------------ I ------------ I ------------ I --------Minnesota 3,045 361 1,313 13, 157 5,487 21,314 10,649 360 381 144 3,991 1,992 808 1,428 4,552 6,510 5,586 4,469 519 673 674 ...} .227 3,263 188 9 191 -------..... I ............ . ............ 18,354 2,767 115 11,752 Total............ 57,338 59, 175 | 68,375 || 83,045 99,559 90,763 96, 186 122,578 || 145,962 57,579 32,059 27,367 Toxs of FURNITURE going to other States by way of Buffalo, from 1850 to 1862, inclusive. On the same, if they elect to commute for tolls upoll påSSeilgel's . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Boats registered before July 1st, 1862, who bows do not conform to regulation No. 40, per mile ... Boats used oxclusively in the towage of boats on the canals, together with the machinery and fuel necessary therefor, exempt from toll. Bolts, stave, if carried in boats..................... Bolts, stave, if carried in rafts .....................

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1854.

STATES, Etc. 1850. 1851. 1852. 1853. 1855. 1856. 1857. 1858. 1850. 1860. 1861. 1862.
- - | - -
Tennsylvania........... 225 45 76 66, 27 17 30 14 --------- 25 15 ! ......... 13
Ohio......................... 304 193 290 275 597 269 211 180 106 145 99 21 199
Michigan..................I 266 18 205 180 3.18 438 308 276 || || 166 101 92 134
lndiana..................... 183 17 83 75 115 111 30 11 ......... 44 30 R1 36
Illinois -------------------- 246 146 174 12. 614 986 907 780 60 278 149 27 208
Wisconsin................ 295 85 180 156 357 725 565 432 8 129 85 162 135
Kentucky................ 139 16 8 8 || --------- 3 14 32 ......... 2 l 107 l
Missouri...................! 223 13 20 16 l ......... 3 l ......... 5 ! ... 8 8 ......... 16
Minnesota --------------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --- --- ---------i --------- i. --------- -------- 15 32 ----------
Tennessee ---------------- 140 2 2 2 ------------------- --------- ------------------- --------- ------- - ------- ----------
Iowa .......--------------- 822 17 5 5 50 107 178 22 --------- 16 40 51
Canada ------------------ 232 --------- 3. 2 10 5 6 9 ------- 2 --------- 2 ----------
Total “ 2,575 619 1,046 | 910 2,088 2,664 2,258 1,959 251 815 543 575 769
Tons of FURNITURE going to other States by way of Buffalo, from 1863 to 1875, inclusive.
STATES, ETC, 1863. 1864. 1865. 1866. 1867. 1868. 1869. 1870. 1871. 1872. 1873. 1874. 1875.
Pennsylvania............ 17 26 28 3 | "........ 2 ......... ..."----- 1 ......... I --------- 2 I ----------
Ohio ......................... 200 95 104 131 116 97 32 30 ......... l 3 3 ...“
Michigan....... ----------- 214 123 113 151 910 112 22 7 || “....... 26 3 1 ........-
Indiana --------------------- 74 30 35 28 8 23 2 --------- -------- - --------- --------- - --------- ----------
Illinois .......------------- 379 267 273 253 144 205 76 28 ----- - --------- 20 3
Wisconsin - 205 108 97 90 88 47 20 13 --------- 17 2 --------- --
K .......--- 11 --------- 2 l -------- 10 --------- -------- I --------- --------- --------- -------- ----------
issouri ------------------- 21 4 3 9 --------- 14 l -- ---- - --------- - --------- --------- - --------- I ----------
nesota...------------- --------- 50 62 8 --------- 11 4 9 --------- l 5 --------- ----------
- owa. ----------------------- - 45 58 54 23 1. 40 5 2 --------- 4 3 -------- - ---------
Total................... 1. 166 761 771 707 1, 267 536 162 89 1 49 36 9 6

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STATEM ENT
To show the tendency of lockages upon the Erie canal, at various points, so far as they have been preserved, for a series of years.

Port Total to Lock three Lock five Black Junction
YEARS Lock No. Schuyler | West Troy and from miles west Syracuse miles west || Lockport Rock lock
* | 1, Albany. side-cut side-cut. Hudson of Sche- lock. of Syra- lock. ard Champlain
river. nectady. cuse. Ock. canal.
30,320 --------- 1 --------- --------- i. ---------
,869 19,397 16,069 l 8, 113
23, 184 21, 165 17,447 12,718 8, 163
28,219 25, 198 ,044 14,554 10,099
30,452 28, 23,052 14,296 8,647
33,431 32,21 25,225 16,347 9,971
43,95 89, 149 31,450 27,295 10,174
34,911 34,760 ,066 16,470 9,165
36,918 38,634 28,740 18, 181 10,507
38,444 41, 170 27,799 20, 103 12,801
40,396 | ........- 29, 20,515 13,861
41,572 38,993 29,952 20,830 13,478
42,967 35,559 29,332 19,476 13,313
35,981 32,813 29,088 18,632 14,693
20,872 29,365 28,858 18,245 13,528
31,223 28,347 20,788 15,894 15,873
22, 182 25,699 6 12,503 9,291
23,474 27,054 16,957 13.050 8,912
21,905 22,547 --------- 10,695 9,240
32,439 32,862 21,880 16,815 9, 159
31, 179 29,510 24.283 20,549 6,607
34,977 38,409 31.019 5,806 7,889
30,071 28,930 24,684 20,936 10,816
28,742 26, 163 22,547 16,301 11, 118
§ 23,332 20,203 18,756 12,545
6, 105 5,971 18, 150 30, ,882 25, 193 23,806 19,207 10,540
,993 6,572 15,073 28,638 28,624 24,849 21,453 16, 195 9,552
,983 6,583 16,541 29, 107 27,957 23,918 21,502 14,894 9,805
3,776 6,085 13,819 ; 24,625 - 21,654 13,377 8,709
,238 6,530 16,062 26, 25, 124 ,285 21.241 14,334 10,075
5,385 6,444 18, 135 29,964 29,725 29,592 24,779 17,510 9,436
,564 7,328 15, 29, 188 28, ,845 24, 27 17,467 11,235
3,347 6,233 14,626 27,206 24,960 28,234 23,551 20,027 9,646
6,882 6,485 16,342 29,709 24,085 23,245 21,669 16,421 8,008
7,093 3,200 15,926 ............ 18,761 19,241 17,664 12,878 8,064

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RATES OF TOLL–1875.

Established by the Canal Board, with the AIMTVål of the Legislatum,

bN PERSONS AND PROPERTY TRANSPORTED ON THE"NEw York STATE CANALS, TO TAKE EFFECT CN THE OPENING OF NAVIGA

Tion.

Toll is to be computed upon the weight (“1,000 pounds per mile”) of all articles contained in the following list, unless otherwise

stated, opposite to the articles excepted. A.

Acid, sulphuric.................. - - - - - - - - - --------- -
Agricultural implements, going from tide-water...
Articles not enumerated, going toward tide-water,
On the same, going from tide-water............
Agricultural productions of the United States, not
particularly specified

Apples.................... . . . . . . . .
Ashes, pot and pearl.................... -----------
Ashes, leached......... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Barley

Bedstead stuff (see Lumber No. 3)..................
Beef, salted. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bleaching powders, going from tide-water.........
Boat knees (see Lumber No. 3).....................
Boats, used chiefly for transportation of passengers
upon all canals, per mile......................
On same, if they elect to commute for tolls upon
PåSSenger S.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Boats, used chiefly for transportation of property,
per mile. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Boxes, stuff for, (see Lumber No. 3) ................
Bran....... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Brick of every description.........................
Brimstone.................. ........................
Broom handles (see Lumber No. 3)..... .. - - - - - - - -
Brush backs (see Lumber No. 3) ...................
Brush handles (see Lumber No. 3)
Buffalo skins .......................................

Cabinet ware
Carboys
Carts ........
Car axles
Car axles, when cleared at tide-water
Car wheels (iron) ...................................
Carriages and sleighs -
Jasks, empty, transported in boats ................
Casks, empty, transported in rafts.................
Castings, all iron castings
Cattle, alive ........................ * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Cedar posts (see Lumber No. 2) per 1,000 feet, per

mile .......... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Cedar, red (see Lumber No. 2), per 1,000 feet, per

mile ....................... • * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * --Cement, fire proof............ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Chair stuff (see Lumber No. 3)........ - - - - - - - - - - - - -

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