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Norway ....

1,889 number for last year by 48,243. The Sweden..

2,066 Denmark ...

156 Irish emigrants have fallen off by 45,719. Italy

358 The greatest number of emigrants that Portugal .....

20 ever arrived in this city from any counBelgium......... West Indies ......

265 try in the old world, was from Ireland, Nova Scotia ......

in 1851. The decline in the present Sardinia ........ South America .....

120 year is owing partly to the success of Canada

48 the potato crop, and partly to the opera. China ........

tion of the Incumbered Estates Bill and Sicily Mexico .....

22 the hope of a Tenant Right Bill through Russia......

33 the action of the League. East Indies. Turkey ....

Che increase of the German emiGreece..

grants arises from two causes; one is Poland ..

the political disturbances that shook the Total aliens ....

999.404 social fabric, and the other is from the fact " American citizens arrived.... 39,052 of the communes in some parts of Ger.

: many sending out the pauper emigrants " Passengers.....................338,556

in cargoes, paying their passage to NewFrom the foregoing it will be seen York, and hence to the interior. Never that the countries which have contri. did half so many of the very poorest buted most to the emigration during the class of Germans arrive as during the last year rank in the following order: last year. Germany, Ireland, England, France and The following table exhibits a comSwitzerland. The two countries which parative view of the emigration from all have sent us seven-eighths of the whole the countries for the last four years : number of emigrants, compared as fol. lows for the different months of the

Nation.

1849. 1850 1851 1852.

Ireland ..........112,591.. 116.882..163,256., 117.537 year:

Germany........ 55,705.. 46,402.. 69,883.. 118,128 Mouths.

Ireland. Germany. England. 28,321.. 28.125., 28,553.. 31,275 January ...................... 6.661...... 3.426 Scotland..... 8,840.. 6.771.. 7,302.. 7,640 February....

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............ 2,830...... 1,978 Wales..... 1,782.. 1,520.. 2,189.. 2,531 March 13,213.. . 3.816 France...

2,683.. 3,398.. 6,064.. 8,778 April ,.... 10,917... . 11,699 Spain ...

214.. 257.. 278.. 450 May.....

12,875

.. 13,939 Switzerland ... . 1,405.. 2,361.. 4,499. 6,455 June

.. 15,876...... 22,379 Holland..... 2,447.. 1,174.. 1.798. 1.223 July

. 9,193...... 12,573 Norway ..... 3,300.. 3,150.. 2,112. August

. 11,615...... 15,652 Sweden .... 1,007.. 1,110.. 872.. 2.066 September ....

12,430.
15,438 Denmark

356.. 90.. 229.. 156 October .... .. 7,206 ... . 6,921 Italy ......

602.. 475.. 618..

358 November .....

.. 3,033 .. .. 4,926 Portugal..... 287.. 55.. 26.. December ...... 6,687 ... ... 6,024 Belgium

118.. 230.. 575... West Indies....

449..

584.. 575. 265 Total................... 117,537 ...... 118,126 Nova Scotia .... 151.. 361.. 81.. 73

Sardinia ...... 172.. 165.. 98. From the foregoing, it will be seen South America.. 33.. 103.. 121..

Canada..

61.. 59..

50.. that the emigration from the two coun.

China ......

9.

ll.. 9.. tries varies very much in the different Sicily ....

28. 11.. months, being far greater in the same

Mexico ..

41.. Russia.

38.. 18. 23.. month from one than the other. It will

East Indies.

34.. also be seen that, for the first time in the Turkey

5..

Greece... history of emigration to this country,

Poland......

138..

142.. Germany has sent us more of its inhabi- Arabia...... tants than Ireland. The difference is as follows:

Total..... 220,602..212,796., 289,601.899,504 Germany....

......118.126 Ireland

From the foregoing it may be seen

From the foregoing it me ****.....................117,537

that the emigration from Ireland is Excess of Germans over Irish ............. 589 steadily increasing, with the excep'ion

In the year 1851, the excess of the of the present year, as compared with Irish over the Germans was 93,373; the past. That of Germany has trewhen the total number of emigrants mendously increased, while from Eng. from Ireland was 163,256, or considera- land it is almost stationary, with the exbly more than from all other countries ception of a slight increase in the preput together, and the number from Ger. sent year. It will be seen that from many being only 69,883. The German France and Switzerland the emigration

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the last year, and three or four hundred The principal diseases were as folper cent. since. 1849. The total amount lows: of emigration from all countries to this Consumption, 2.423 ; convulsions, port, has steadily progressed during the 1,649; apoplexy, 637; bronchitis, 225; last four years, till in the year 1852 it is cholera, 374 ; cholera infantum, 965; nearly 300,000: and we have no doubt cholera morbus, 238; croup, 599; conthat half a million of human beings, gestion of lungs, 248; debility, 463; defrom foreign countries, have arrived in lirium tremens, 118; diarrhea, 563; all parts of the United States during the dropsy, 376; dropsy of head, 367; drownlast twelve months. The great majority ed, 168; dysentery, 770; erysipelas, of these have already become good re- 149; fever, 167; scarlet fever, 591; publicans, and will soon be thoroughly typhus fever, 647; puerperal fever, 149; Americanized by our free institutions. disease of heart, 270; whooping cough,

187; hydrophobia, 1; hanged, 1 ; inflammaTable showing the range of the thermometer in Nero 1

York city upon the 13th day of each month in the year 1852 :

els, 424 ; inflammation of lungs, 1,030; TA. M. 19 Noon. 6 P. M. 19 Night. Date. Day. Deg Deg Deg Deg.

marasmus, 978; measles, 242; old age, Jan. 15.... Thursday.... 27.... 33.... 29155; palsy, 132; premature birth, 222; Feb. 15....Sunday...... 17....

32 small-pox, 481; murdered, 18; suicide, Mar. 15.... Monday..... 41....

4335; St. Vitus' dance, 1. April 15.... Thursday.... 41 May 15.... Saturday.... 49...

49 The following table will show the Jun, 15.... Tuesday.....

nativity of the deceased: July 15.... Thursday....71....

3... Aug 15 ... Sunday......71. ..

United States...................14,682 Sept. 15.... Wednesday.. 63

Ireland

4,053 Oct. 15.... Friday....... 45.... 46.... 44

England.....

522 Nov. 15.... Monday. .... 27....

Scotland ....

187 Dec. 15.... Wednesday.. 29.... 33.... 33.... 31

Wales ...... MORTALITY IN 1852.- The total num

Germany...

1,233

France ..... ber of deaths in the City and County of

Holland New-York during the year 1852 was Denmark..

Sweden ...... 21,183. Males, 11,600 ; females, 9,503.

Austria ...... The mortality in each month was as Switzerland. follows:

Spain

Italy ..
January .....

.1.914

Prussia.........
February ..

..1,718

British America...
March,

.1,897

West Indies........
April..

.1,566

South America .... .1,550

Africa ..........
1,558

Portugal.
July

.2,593

Poland
August

.2,425

Belgium
September ..

.2,081

Norway .....
October ......

1,586

Unknown...
November ....

..1,427

Russia.....
December

1.248

Total..............21,183 The number of still-born children was

Whole number of Trials. 1,378. The ages of the deceased ranged

1851. 1851. as follows:

In the Court of Oyer and Terminer.... 14 14

In the Court of General Sessions...... 447 417 1 year and under ...............5,198 In the Court of Epecial Sessions..... 2,405 2,079 1 to 2 years..

2,848 2 to 5 do.

.2,438

Total .......... ............. 2,866 2,510 5 to 10 do. 10 to 20 do.

786

Whole number convictions, acquittals and discharge. 20 to 30 do .2,134

185.. 1851. 30 to 40 do.

.1,963 40 to 50 do.

..1,324

In the Court of Oyer and Terminer.... 14 16 50 to 60 do.

863

In the Court of General Sessions..... 501 458 60 to 70 do.

610

In the Court of Special Sessions. .....2,717 2,345 70 to 80 do.

281

Prisoners discharged in all the Courts. 1,427 1,387 80 to 90 do. 90 to 100 do.

Total .....

.....4,206 4,659 100 and upwards....

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Number of indictments found by the
Unknown .......

122

Grand Jury......

Number or complaints dismissed by the The mortality was divided as follows:

Grand Jury .........

...... 221 281 Recognizances to answer filed during .4,528 the year ..........

...........1,819 1,689 Women..

..3,972
Recognizances forfeited..

45 Boys......

.7.172

Sentenced to be executed.....
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..5,531

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Place of Nativity,

City.

State. Tetat, Men .............. .......

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206
206 182 Michie
182 Michigan .............

86.. 1,835. 1,921 Women..........

21
17 Illinois ...............

72.. 533.

605 Aggregate term of sentences, year

Other States.......... 564.. 1,548.. 2,112 Sentenced to the PenitentiaryM en.......... ......... .....

731 Women .........

153 Total United States. 277,752 2,151.544 2,439,296 Sentenced to the City Prison M en.........................

England......

22,824. 61.996.. 84,820 Women......

Ireland.... ...... 133,730.. 209,581.. 343,311 Sentenced to the House of Refuge

Scotland ....

7,660.. 15,758.. 23,419 Boys .............................. 100

Wales ....

847.. 6,665.. 7.532 Girls.....

Germany..

55,476.. 62.922.. 118.393 Amount of ines and fees collected and

France

4,990.. 7,525.. 12,515 received, and paid into the city trea

Holland...

611., 2,308..

2,917 sury, during the year 1852........... $1,878 55 Italy.......

708.. 125.. During the year 1851..

1,187 18 Switzerland.

764.. 1,086. 1,850 Russia .....

472.. 145..

617 In the thirteen cases of recognizances forfeited Sweden ..

499.. 254.. in 1852, the prisoners were brought into court and Prussia .....

665.. 1,546.. 2,211 convicted, or acquitted and discharged.

British America.. 3,172.. 44,028.. 47,209

West Indies .....
The late census returns of Mr. Ken- Other countries. ......

687.. 380.. 1,067

4,690.. 6,080.. 10,770 nedy furnish the nativities of the State of

Total foreign ...... 237,795.. 420,267.. 658,042 New-York, for the year 1850, as follows:

Total population ..515,547..2,581,806..3,097.353 New-York State Population

of those under the head of other New York Place of Nativity. City State Total. countries," 461 were born in Spain, 194 New-York ...........234,843.. 1,916.353..2,151.196 in Portugal, 401 in Belgium, 12 in TurMaine..........

1,432.. 3,077.. 4,509 New Hampshire.. 826.. 13,693.. 14:519 key, 168 in Austria, 392 in Norway, 429

14,519 Vermont .........

51,646.. 52,599 in Denmark, 34 in China, 66 in Asia, 80 Massachusetts.. 5,587.. 50,186.. 55,773 Rhode Island....

3 in Africa, 83 in Mexico. 29 in Central 12,168.. 961..

13,129 Connecticut

7,784.. 58,317.. 66,101 America, 179 in South America, 40 in New Jersey ..... 13.255..

22,064.. 35,319 the Sandwich Islands, and 222 at sea. Of Pennsylvania...

5.283.. 21,070.. 26,353 Delaware ...

303.. 596..

***899 those under the head of “other states," Maryland. ...,

1,852..

3,953 135 were born in Florida, 184 in Ala. District of Columbia..

538

bama, 164 in Mississippi, 44 in Texas, Virginia .......... 1,702. 1,645.. 3,347 North Carolina ....... 284.. 389.. 673 20 in Arkansas, 116 in Tennessee, 369 South Carolina... 535.. 400. 935 in Kentucky, 415 in Indiana, 173 in Georgia ..........

277.. Louisiana ...

303.. 260..

393 Missouri, 70 in lowa, 360 in Wisconsin, Ohio ..........

499.. 3,244.. 3,743 7 in California, and 53 in the territories.

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EXPENDITURES OF THE CITY GOVERNMENT, &c.
On what account.
1845.

1841. Alms-House ..............

..... $269,678 46........ $290,313 74........ $356,466 60 Aqueduct repairs..

4,675 79..

4,212 67 Board of Health .....

2,948 00..
1,623 92

1.385 66 Coroner's fees............

1,866 49.
6,480 93.

5,224 30 Cleaning docks and slips ....

365 10.
8,486 75

2.969 50 County contingencies ....

40,308 14.
54,124 21.

70.924 93 Contingent expenses of Common Council

8,998 96.
8,870 18....

16,591 88 Cleaning streets.......

151,762 58..
158,439 79.

180,059 58 Donations ......

10,075 00
8,100 00.

8,400 00 Elections.

9,414 50.
10.884 70.

8,661 85 Errors and delinquencies ...

4,429 41.
3,014 94.

1,535 13 Fire Department ...,

29,029 24.
27,164 81.

42,016 95 Interest on revenue bonds

64,150 49..

78,658 49 Intestate estates

17,125 54...
2,195 25....

1,342 99 Lamps and gas......

159,293 93...... 162,830 81...

162,815 19 Lands purchased for ass'ts...

8,735 38

1,121 30 Lands and places.

3,400 00..
3,500 00,...

4,375 00 Mayoralty fees ........

100 00
100 00...

100 00 Police ................

222,067 98.
445,143 99.

469,752 68 Printing and stationery .....

28,315 68
26,615 72.

22,996 91 Repairs and supplies..

51.545 40.
42,791 58

44,210 93 Rents .........

1.200 00
1,200 00.

975 00 Real estate expenses...

4,655 11.
5,770 86.

6,261 05 Roads and Avenues

18,069 22.
15,000 00..

17,549 93 Street expenses.

34,403 85.
40,000 00.

60,318 50 Sewers, cleaning, &c. .......

2,589 47
4,904 17.

4,753 01 Salaries............

201,540 40..... 191,503 40.... 202,977 46 Officers' sees.....

48,013 77....
29,000 56........

97,714 66 Watch..

151,194 00. Polly Bodine case ..........

2,200 37. Park fountain ornaments ......

3,617 50 Docks und slips..............

43,725 23...
47,983 80........

58950 02 Total funded accounts......

...........$1,518,345 92 $1.689,923 77 $1,898,168 97 rease over preceding vear..

........ ...11% per cont........13% per bent.

· City Expenditures for the last Eight YearsIncrease of 1852. 545

Police..

EXPENDITURES OF THE CITY GOVERNMENT—(continued.)
On what account.

1848.
1849.

1850. Alms-House ..........

......... $399,787 56....... $404,663 55.. $400,000 00 Aqueduct repairs......

3,194 41.... 12,360 00..

39,890 00 Board of Health .............

1,459 94.
60,298 88.

2,513 61 City Inspector's Department....

10,000 00 Coroner's fees............

5,480 30.
8,794 82.

12,403 42 Cleaning docks and slips ...

4,635 00.
6,695 00.

14,043 27 County contingencies......

89,334 24
94,133 99.

109,936 92 Contingent expenses of Common Council.

20,773 01
18,567 19

18,466 84 Cleaning streets ..................

145,844 95
166,500 00.

158,637 63 Donations .....

9,200 00.
13,992 68.

9.863 11 Elections......

6,286 88....
11,276 32.

7.269 83 Errors and delinquencies.

1,272 92
1,882 45

1,616 27 Fire Department.

34,192 07
63,615 61

44,969 28 Interest on revenue bonds ..

75,503 96.

108,628 25... 143,719 86 Intestate estates ...

1,955 52....

307 94

873 10 Lamps and gas......

170,909 41.
214.500 00.

184,808 41 Lands purchased for ass'ts ...

14,608 95..

11,302 86 Lands and places.....

9,962 30..
6,512 01.

8 300 00 Markets ............

2,200 00

4,000 00 Mayoralty fees ....

125 00
125 00.

125 00
460,208 02.
504,085 65.

487,541 57 Printing and stationery ...

29,983 49
40,775 42.

35,207 25 Repairs and supplies ........

43,482 87
78,680 00..

66,889 91 Rents....................

2,147 67
1,850 00.

1,750 00 Real estate and expenses.....

6,096 48.
35,403 19..

96,782 96 Roads and avenues.

19,872 05
27,124 71

50,000 00 Stationery ...........

16,408 31 Street expenses ..

89,950 00..
85,420 07

122,000 00 Sewers, cleaning, &c. ...

4,673 05
10,091 00....

10,000 00 Salaries............

209.726 31.

236,467 42...... 195, 103 99 Officers' fees.....

24,986 61

29,510 20...... 28,291 19 Park fountain ....

3,798 30 County officers .....

65.144 12
63,381 04..

62,642 11 Bowling Green Fountain..

2,523 03 Penitentiary Hospital.

12.694 62 Water loan interest .....

186,689 00 Docks and slips ..........

131,922 15. ....... 101,112 72........ 149,829 22 Total funded accounts.....

..$2.111,317 54........$2,408,955 11........$2,701,092 62 Per cent, increase each year ......11% per cent........114 per cent........12% per cent.

locrease of On what account

1851,

1859.

'59 over '51. Alms-House .........

. $390,000 00.... $390,000 00...... Aqueduct repairs .....

13,729 32..

30,000 00...... $ 16,271 68 City Inspector ......

37,107 98:
75,000 00...

37,892 02 Corover's fees ......

8,350 37.
12,000 00....

3,649 63 Cleaning docks and slips.

9,290 00.
18,500 00.

9.310 00 County contingencies ...

119,792 94.
139.300 00..

19.507 06 Contingent expenses of City Council

21,423 07.
32,000 00.

10,576 93 Cleaning streets ......

179,991 75...

289,000 00.

109,008 25 Donations .................

9,377 47..
15,000 00..

5,622 53 Elections

9,289 72..
14,500 00.

5,210 28 Errors and delinquencies ..........

2,059 56..
3,000 00

940 44 Fire Department

81,994 80.

110,000 00. 28,005 20 Interest on revenue bonds...

69,972 54.
76,100 00.

6,127 46 Intestate estates

1,386 33
2,031 91.

645 58 Lamps and gas ...

185,008 27...
269,700 00.

63,691 73 Lands and places, &

13,267 66...

32,927 01.... 19,659 35 Markets............

4,200 00..

7,000 00.

2,800 00 Mayoralty fees.....

150 00....

150 00... Police ..................

530,907 87.
615,000 00.

84,002 13 Printing ......

44,916 61...

70,000 00..

25,083 39 Repairs and supplies.....

59,850 97.
75.000 00.

15,149 03 R-nts .......

2,341 66...
3,261 00...

919 34 Renl estate ...........

35,425 00...
159,100 00..

123,675 00 Roads and avenues.

49,994 21 ..
68.868 93

18,894 72 Real estate expenses ....

37,735 53...

50,000 00..

12,264 47 Stationery .............

21,995 52.
30,000 00.

8,004 48 Street expenses......

131,070 16...

285,000 00.. 153,929 84 Sewers, repairing, eleaning

8,656 00...
12,795 00

4,060 00 Salaries..... ... ............

221.667 77...

242,000 00..... 20,312 23 Officers' fees ......

35,403 59....

25,000 00.... County offices ....

73,950 92...

85,000 00 .. 11,049 08 Statistical tables...

1,500 00... Docks and slips..

239,444 99.

295,000 00........ 55,555 01 Total funded accounts....... .........$2,691,271 58........$3,542,253 85........ $891,906 86 Increase over previous year......

.... 34 per cent. Note.-As the pay-rolls for this year are not closed, we have put down round numbers. But there is no possibility of the sums being too great ; on the contrary, it is more than likely that additions to them will come in next year under the convenient head of "deficiencies.”

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THE RAIL-ROADS OF NEW-YORA,

For 3 mnog. Boffalo and Hudson River. New-York and Northern, Oswego and Syracuse and Utica and Buffalo And Roch.Lock. Rochester Rochester.

Erie.

Syracuse, Utica, Schenectady. State Line. And N. Falls, and Syracuse.
Capital stock as by charter....

....$1.825.000 00.. 4,000,000 00.. 10,500,000 00.. 2,000,000 00..350,000 00.. 2,400,000 00.. 4,500,000 00.. 1,000,000 00..1,675,000..5,549.800 00
Amount of stock subscribed.......

...... 1,825,000 00.. 3,753,475 99.. 7,766,991 17.. 2,000,000 00.350,000 00..2,400,000 00.. 4,500,000 00.. 881,000 00.. 1,447,500..5,519,800 00
Amount paid in as by last report....

.... 1.823,000 00.. 3,703,229 23.. 5,992,289 29.. 1,529,863 21..350,000 00..2,400,000 00..4,124,000 00.. 605,926 41.. 728,273..3,364,970 75
Total amount now paid in of capital stock.

. 1,825,000 00.. 3,740,515 99.. 7.766,991 17..1,578,311 61.. 350,000 00..2,400,000 00..4,124,000 00.. 879,036 62.. 1,446,180..5,132,990 00
Funded debt, as by last report ..
160,903 00.. 5,646,883 92.. 14,503,868 90.. 1.602,790 00.. 200,000 00.. 103,000 00.. 102,500 00..

821,000 00
Total amount now of funded debt ........
184,903 00.. 6,046,395 00..18,003,868 90..2,780,760 00..201,500 00.. 126,000 00..

872,000 00.. 711,000.. 700,123 10
Floating debt, as per last report.........

159,427 58.. 2,957,376 31.. 1,081,831 93.. 10,413 27..
Total amount now of floating debt........
150,000 00.. 956,590 42.. 1,323,053 55.. 649,044 60.. 8,040 52..

148,389 62..
Total amount now of funded and floating debt".... 334,903 00.. 7,002,985 42..19,326,922 45.. 3,429,804 60.. 209,540 82., 126,000 00..

.. 1,020,389 62.. 711,000.. 760,123 10
Average rate per annum of interest on funded debt....64 per cent... 7 per cent. .. 7 per cent. .. 7 per cent. ..7 per cent., 7 per cent. ..

..7 per cent. .. 7 per cent.. 6 per cent.
COST OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT.
Cost, &c., for graduation and masonry.....

593,326 48.. 4,656,636 02.10,631,624 92. .1,715,204 58.. 197,976 86.. 448,370 32.. 870,815 93.. 802,623 18..cost acet..1,948,448 90
Do. bridges ....

61,141 48.. 234,868 81..

137,391 57.. 10,198 89.. 111,176 43.. 100,693 41.. 41,359 41. not closed.. 202,864 87
Do. superstructure, including iron ..... .. 1,201,106 25., 1,851,469 78.. 4,790,322 46..1,113,872 88..251,755 73.. 314,811 03..1,875,643 13.. 627,364 78..

2,257,760 29
Do. pass'r. & freight stations, buildings & fixtures 52,822 87..
.. 1,048,199 53.. 321,418 69.. 4,898 90., 137,448 75:. 342,613 61.. 13,768 04..

94,331 03
Do. engine & car houses, shops, machinery & fix. 34,723 59.. 575,174 51..

36,324 76. 5,615 15.. 24,575 76.. 64.369 31.. 2,748 38..

189,754 56
Do. land, land damages and fences ...
443,140 54.. 849,760 45.. 1,077,365 67.. 123,669 98.. 53,806 88.. 184,511 60.. 500,026 92.. 255,503 33..

598,083 76
Do. locomotives and fixtures and snow-plows.... 160,773 30.. 319,714 15.. 1,349,987 29.. 233,393 30.. 33,004 49.. 168,206 31.. 238,027 60.. 59,326 52.

359,492 52
Do. passenger and baggage cars.......
84,084 59.. 168,772 64.. 262,878 78.. 39,440 18.. 12,309 00.. 61,113 27.. 68.010 43.. 18,473 52..

60,953 82 Do. freight and other cars............. 73,350 72.. 318,039 37.. 1,162,745 22.. 398,442 97.. 19 690 00.. 103,861 72.. 163,266 44.. 53,561 35..

136,678 19
Do, engineering and agencies.........
32,544 39.. 466,038 98.. 475,821 29.. 127,256 43.. 18,550 87., 107,402 62.. 69,806 33.. 45,634 77..

168.410 14
Total.....

$2,737,014 29..10,527,645 75..27,551,205 71..4,933,029 97..607,803 77.. 661,477 81..4,093,273 11..1,921,270 28.. - ..6,016,778 17
CHARACTERISTICS OF ROAD.
Length of road...

76 miles.. 144 miles.. 446 miles.. 118 miles.. 35 miles 53 miles.. 78 miles.. 69 miles.. 76 miles. 104 miles. Length of double track, including sidings...

80%

14 .. Weight of rail per yard on main track....

62 lbs.
70 lbs. ..58 62 65 68 72. 58 to 61
61 and 70

65% lbs.
No. of engine-houses and shops....

19
No. of engines...

17

28

18
No. of passenger cars......

82

91 18

10 No. of baggage, mail, express and freight cars.

145

1877 714

131 250

48

68 . 170 BUSINESS. - Miles run by passenger trains...

253,892.. 555.968.. 1,062,4244.. 128,849 60,120.. 215,945.. 326,840.. 90,554.. 42,408.. 414,029
Miles run by freight trains....

130,745.. 244,289.. 1,326,846%.. 224,391 .. 18,200,. 103,396.. 206,360.. 15.880.. 4.028.. 167,024
Rate or fare per mile charged to pas, in respective class. 1,50 68c 67c.. Ie to 2c .. 2c 14 4-5 .. 1 to 3c .. 3c 20 .. 2c

2c 8-10c .. 2 12-69c..2% cents.. 2c 96 100,2%
No. of passengers (all classes) carried in cars.

469,125.. 1,125,683., 864,330.. 79,411.. 78,525.. 570.051.. 586,269.. 108.095% 88,756.. 584,073
No. of miles traveled, or No. pass, carried one mile. 25,627,086.. 47,464,368.. 81,179,554.. 3,439,258.. 1,941.555.. 23,505,482.. 37.369,956.. 3,835,961..2,852,683.. 36,560,513
No. of tons of 2000 pounds, of freight carried in cars 81,364.. 65,045.. 456,460 Y 10.. IS1,809.. 23,117.. 147,367.. 190,719 tons., 13,351 %. 1,267.. 207,644
Total movement of freight or No. of tons carried I mile 5,981,865.. 7,643,678.. 96,697,695.. 16,594,139.. 614,491.. 6,493,350.. 14,579,442.. 577,431..

12,458,640
Aver, speed by ord. pas. trains, includ. stops, per hour 19

20 21 1-5 .. 25 miles..

..22 miles.. Rate of speed or same when in motion....

28

30
30

21
Aver. rate speed adopted by express trains, includ. stops 27%

28
22
28 and 34..

30
Rate of speed of same when in motion...

30

30
38 and 44.

36
Aver. rate speed adopted by freight trains, inela, stops 1344

10

14

15
Rate of speed of same when in motion.....

16
25

18
18

15
THE AMOUNT OF FREIGHT IN TONS.
Amount of the products of the forest.....

7,970..

1,017..

74,90B .. 46,310.. 14,495.. 6,971.. 6,799 tong.. 1,265. 237 Do. animals

25,291..

22.247.. 75,043 .. 7,412.. 41,989.. 70,043. 3,773.. 158

72,131 Do Yevetable food..... 17,000.. 3.497, 56,990%.. 83,863.. 4,444.. 46.530.. 43,021.. 1,705. .423

67,893 Do. other agricultural products

3,275..

9,820.. 2,419 .. 14,344.. 130. 2,567.

5.400.. 99..

8,217 Do. manufactures....

4.819. 10,630. . 70,847 .. 7,719..

510.. 15,988.. 14,135..

831., 30

14.327 Do merchandise.....

18,185 14,078. 30 687 17,062. 1.839.. 14,760.. 33, A39

2,100..995

20,467 De other articles... 3,755.. 118,794 .. 1,483. 1,936.. 9,993.. 17,290.

3,400 .187

17,995

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