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XX. IMPORTS, EXPORTS, AND TONNAGE Of each State and Territory: the Imports and Exports during the Year ending September 30, 1829; and the Tonnage reckoned on the 31st of December, 1828.

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$ 8,726

7,476

4,305,186

52,913

6,895 8,082,450

1,472,873

Maine

742,781 N. Hampshire 179,889 Vermont

205,392 Massachusetts | 12,520,744 Rhode Island

423,811 Connecticut 309,538 New York

34,743,307 New Jersey 756,247 Pennsylvania 10,100,152 Delaware .

24,179 Maryland 4,804,135 Columbia Dist.

205,921 Virginia

395,352 North Carolina

293,347 South Carolina 1,139,618 Georgia

380,293 Alabama

233,720 Louisiana

6,857,209 Ohio

293 Michigan Ter. 2,957 Florida

153,642 Total

74,492,527

$ 729,106

99,264 808,079 3,949,751

337,468

450,985 12,036,561

8,022 2,617,152

7,195 3,662,273

914,286 3,783,493

564,506 8,134,676 4,980,642 1,679,355 10,898,183

2,004

1,142,192

13,812
3,938

$ 737,832 232,939 37

105,740 26,253 18

808,079 784 61 8,254,937 424,511 99

390,381 43,406 61

457,970 60,859 57 20,119,011 365,534 55 8,022

48,772 19 4,089,935 104,114 43

7,195 13,213 41 4,804,465 | 170,947 71 928,097

23,232 72 3,787,431

67,302 10 564,506

54,094 45 8,175,506

33,688 73 4,981,376

13,959 24 1,693,968

10,473 02 12,386,060

51,903 83 2,004

2,389 85

470 93 56,086

2,781 91

40,910

734 14,573 1,487,877

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XXI. COMMERCE.

Dalue of Imports and Exports of the United States, during the year

ending September 30, 1829, from and to each Foreign country.

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Russia

$2,218,995 $ 51,684 $334,542 $ 386,226 Prussia 22,935 14,411

14,411 Sweden and Norway 1,020,9101 122,663 126,971 249,634 Swedish West Indies

283,049) 684,523 23,791 708,314 Denmark

32,911 73,597 13,166 86,7631 Danish West Indies . 2,053,266 1,942,010 282,401 2,224,411 Netherlands

1,057,854 3,095,857 889,330 3,995,187 Dutch East Indies

121,348 62,074 176,318 238,392 Dutch West Indies

438,132 379,874 18,667 398,541 England :

23,892,763 21,281,334 1,767,457 23,048,791 Scotland

1,024,215 895,315 19,493 914,308 Ireland

362,511 327,728

366 328,094 Gibraltar

247,471 301,132 160,130 461,262 British East Indies

1,229,569 69,070 477,629 546,699 British West Indies

210,224 1,463 5,058 6,521 British American Colonies 577,542 2,724,104 40,805 2,764,909 Hanse Towns, &c.

2,274,375 1,998,176 1,278,984) 3,277,160 France

8,838,978 8,895,045 2,854,350|11,749,395 French West Indies

777,992 1,056,639 15,768 1,072,407 Bourbon

10,502

10,502 Hayti

1,799,809 814,987 160,171 975,158 Spain

803,5291 731,605 185,432 917,137 Teneriffe and other Canaries 25,283 42,839 23,317 66,156 Manilla & Philippine Islands 209,206 10,802 66,4301 77,232 Cuba

4,866,524 3,719,263 1,859,626 5,578,889 Other Spanish West Indies 898,832 209,780 38,900 248,680 Portugal

237,351 42,088 628 42,716 Madeira

403,056 175,074 15,089 190,163 Italy and Malta

1,409,5881 289,755 611,257 901,012 Trieste & other Adriatic Ports 191,896 409,288 280,200 689,488 Turkey, Levant, and Egypt 293,237 27,600 47,384 74,934 Mexico

5,026,761 495,626| 1,835,525 2,331,151 Central Republic of Arnerica 311,931 123,631 116,223 239,854 Honduras, Campeachy, &c. 64,847 12,693 8,229 20,922 Colombia

1,255,310 525,783 241,565 767,348 Brazil

2,535,467 1,510,260 419,767 1,929,927 Argentine Republic

912,114 444,716 181,336 626,052 Chili

416,118! 890,356 530,778 1,421,134 Peru

1,004,458 91,512 119,615 211,157 China

4,680,847 260,759 1,094,103 1,354,862 Other Countries

433,623 884,445 337,777| 1,222,222 Total

74,492,527 55,700,193 16,658,478 72,358,671

XXII. EXPORTS OF THE UNITED STATES IN 1829.
Summary Statement of the Value of the Exports of the Growth, Produce,

and Manufacture of the United States, during the Year ending on the
30th of September, 1829.

THE SEA.
Fisheries-
Dried fish, or cod fisheries

$747,541
Pickled fish, or river fisheries, herring,
shad, salmon, mackerel

220,527
Whale (common) oil, and whalebone

495,163
Spermaceti oil and candles

353,869
THE FOREST,

$1,817,100
Skins and furs

526,507
Ginseng

114,396
Product of wood-

Staves, shingles, boards, &c. $1,680,403
Oak bark, and other dye

165,406
Naval stores, tar, pitch, rosin, and tur-
pentine

377,613
Ashes, pot and pearl

817,434
AGRICULTURE.

3,040,856
Product of Animals

3,681,759
Beef, tallow, hides, and horned cattle 674,955
Butter and cheese

176,205
Pork (pickled), bacon, lard, live hogs 1,493,629
Horses and mules

207,858
Sheep

10,614
Vegetable food-

2,563,291
Wheat, flour, and biscuit

5,972,920
Indian corn and meal

974,535
Rye meal

127,004
Rye, oats, and other small grain and
pulse

74,896
Potatoes

30,079
Apples

15,958
Rice

2,514,370
9,709,762

12,273,053
Tobacco

4,982,974
Cotton

26,575,311
All other agricultural products-
Flaxseed

113,040
Hops

6,917
3,289

on 123,246
MANUFACTURES.
Soap and tallow candles

692,691
Leather, boots, and shoes

356,658
Saddlery

35,765
Hats

270,780

132,939
Spirits from grain, beer, ale, and porter

215,4941

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Brown sugar

Wax

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Wood (including coaches and other car-

riages)
Snuff and tobacco
Lead
Linseed oil and spirits of turpentine
Cordage
Iron
Spirits from molasses
Sugar refined
Chocolate
Gunpowder
Copper and brass
Medicinal drugs
Cotton piece goods-

Printed and colored
White
Nankeens
Twist, yarn, and thread.
- All other manufactures of
Flax and hemp-

Cloth and thread

Bags, and all manufactures of
Wearing apparel
Cornbs and buttons
Brushes
Billiard tables and apparatus
Umbrellas and parasols
Leather and morocco skins, not sold,

per pound
Fire engines and apparatus
Printing presses and types
Musical instruments
Books and maps
Paper, and other stationery
Paints and varnish
Vinegar
Earthen and stone ware
Manufactures of glass
Do.

tin
Do.

pewter and lead
Do. marble and stone
Do. gold and silver, and

gold leaf
Gold and siver coin
Artificial flowers and jewelry
Molasses
Trunks
Brick and lime.

1,259,457

2,166
14,954
91,108
76,250
3,150
3,443
22,067

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80,173

2,832
12,908

8,868
29,010
25,629
21,133
5,953
5,592
49,900

1,757
5,185
2,617

11,250
612,886
21,627

1,992
11,248

3,717
27,648

Salt .

2,414,550

Articles not distinguished in returns-

Manufactured
Raw produce

309,100
221,544

530,650

Total $55,700,193

XXIIJ. POPULATION
Of the different States and Territories, according to Four Enumerations.

Increase
Pop.
States and Terri-
Pop. . Pop. Pop.

Slaves.

per cent. tories. 1790. 1800. 1810. 1820. for ton 1820.

years. Maine.

96,540 151,719 228,705 293,335 30.4 N. Hampshire 141,885 183,858 214,460 244,161 13.8 Vermont

85,539 154,465 217,895 235,764 8.2 Massachusetts 378,787 422,845 472,040 523,287 10.9 R. Island. 68,825 69,122 76,931 83,059 7.9

48 Connecticut 237,946 251,002 261,942 275,248 5:1

97 New York 340,120 586,050 959,049 1,372,812 43:1 10,088 New Jersey 184,139 211,149 245,562 277,575 13 7,557 Pennsylvania 434,373 602,545 810,091 1,049,313 29:5 211 Delaware. 59,094 64,273 72,674 72,749 0:1 4,509 Maryland , 319,728 345,824 380,546 407,350 7 107,398 Virginia

747,610 880,200 974,622 1,065,366| 9.3 425,153 N. Carolina 393,951 478,103 555,500 638,829 15 205,417 S. Carolina 249,073 345,591 415,115 502,741 21.1 258,075 Georgia 82,548 162,686 252,433 340,989

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149,656 Alabama 8,850

41,879

404 Louisiana.

76,556 153,407 100:3 69,064 Tennessee

105,602 261,727 420,813 61 80,107 Kentucky 73,677 220,959 406,511 564,317 38:8 126,732 Ohio

45,365 230,760 581,434 152 Indiana 4,651 24,520 147,178 500

190 Illinois 215 12,282 55,211 351

917 Missouri

19,783 66,586 236 10,222 Michigan Ter.

551

4,762 8,896 SS Arkansas Ter.

1,062 14,273 1244 1,617 D. of Columb.

14,093 24,023 33,039 37.6 6,377

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Mississippi

40,352 { 127,901

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Total popi

Under 14 years,

14 to 26,

Total 13,929,326|5,309,758 7,239,9039,638,166 33:1 (1,538,036
Free white inhabitants.

Table showing the increase of the total popMales. Females. ulation, of the slaves, and also of the free Under 10 years,

1,345,220. 1,280,550. people of color, for each period of 10 From 10 to 16, 612,535. 605,348. years, from 1796 to 1800, from 1800 to From 16 to 26, 776,150. 781,371. 1810, and from 1810 to 1820. From 26 to 45, 766,083. 736,600.

Increase Rate Over 45, 495,065. 462, 788. 1790 3,929,326

in 10 yrs. pr. ct. 3,995,053. 3,866,657.

1800 5,309,558 1790 to 1800 1,308,232 35.1 Slaves.

1810 7,239,903 1800 to 1810 1,930,345 36-3 343,852. 324,344.

1820 9,638,166 1810 to 1820 2,398,263 33.1 From 203,088. 202,436.

Slaves.
From 26 to 45,

163,723.
152,693. 1790

697,696 Over 45,

77,365.
70,627. 1800

896,849 1790 to 1800 199,153 2807

1810 1,191,364 1800 to 1810 294,515 32.1 788,023. 750,160. 1820 1,538,036 1810 to 1820 346,672 29:1 Free white inhabitants,

7,861,710.

Free Blacks. Free people of color,

233,510, 1790 Slaves,

59,512 1,538,036. 1800

104,880 1790 to 1800 45,368 76-2 1810

186, 146 1800 to 1810 81,566 76.8

9,633,256. 1820 223,510 1810 to 1820 Other persong, except Ind’a, not taxed, 4,631.

37,064 19.8 Foreigners not naturalized, 53,687. Note. The Fifth Census of the U. S. is to Total pop. in U.S.except Indians,

be completed on or before the 1st of Dec., according to the censas of 1820," } 9,691,6741pected in the next

volume of the Almanac. A full account of this may be ex

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