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Bowl Qg- ree h, "Dec 17, 1S42.
g-Re.f Mr. Crockett, will preach in
Ihe Seminary, in this place, on to-morrow.
Service will I'onimence t II o'clock.
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2j-WeVast Mosey., We arc un
der the. necessityof calling upon all those
who are indebted t us. for advertising,
to pay Tip, This call, pur extreme ne
cessity focccs. lis to make." We must
have money from some quarter; and we
know of.no other medium through which
we can hope- to ..receive, the ilrst "red
cent" exefjptthat towhich we have al
luded. '-'TVe would .fiirhjer 6ay to those
indebted it brt subscription, that weliave
due usup to'lhe present time, some
6 or $00. lf wecooM but receive one
dollar, or even Fifty Cents, from those of
our subscribers : who have hot yet paid
us the .first farthing, it would greatly re
lieve our . present wants, and enable us
to pay.-' for our bread jand butter'. "
. Id conclusion we will say, that if those
of oar -s ubscribers, who have not yet paid
us any. thing,' will each hand ,over . One
Dollar now, ia the event that. Miller's
doctrine should $Hi'e twe, we will pro
miseitp each and every one of you, a re
ceipt in full, ' - j. ;
By. a rule of the Post. Office De
partment, Postmasters are permitted to
frank 'letters .written by themselves, con
taming money for subscriptions. .
New coin .It is stated that Mr. Rid.
die, of the U. S. Mint, in N. Orleans; is
at present occupied in making expcrii
ments on alloys of metal to ascertain
which description of alloy is most suite
ble for forming small coin, to be used as
a circulating medium. He proposes to
coin a 3 cent piece of a coraposition!or
alloy' of silver and copper," which shall
be intrinsically worth that much. i1. A
r DRif:' l?os..--Tj!is 'vessel., says lh.
Chicago Express, had a truly miracu
lous escape, v She. was on her way
down the lake from Sk,' Josephs, when"
she" was caut-'lit in the gale. She was
exposed to it fur five . days, during
the whole, of. which time it. was jn
tensel v cold. The captain estimates
that nenly fifty tonsof ice collected
upon the vessel. '.Though' water-logged
she fortunately ueaclied this port
in sifetv. and without the Joss of
any of Jier crew. The --captain in
tends laying her up here for the win
jer. It wouhftie quite too' 'hazardous
to attempt the compUtibn of; the
voyage, - -, .. j ; .
. The iWiville Journal gives the
following description of the counter
feit notes on the iNortlein Bank of
Kentucky,- 1.ich we noticed' by thnt
paper on Friday last: 1 0s, letter D.
i The names of 'M. D..Scot.jCashier,
nn.l John Tilfurd. President, nre -en-
Wrhave just received the December , , , . m is t,one
j with' a pen, and the slightest esamina-
m:suic.iiih WVJUIUC VI lilt uc- . . . - " .1 - ' I
.. .tion will distin'uuh. the enjnaved
popular work, the present, . . .
number - of the Democratic
wbich Closes lne. inn volume oi mis ae
serveuiy popular wuta. mc ifKi ' r "i - . 'Pi ' I '
. t . . 1' . . , .,, -5 , i names from the written. The tilling
number is embellished with a fine seelj -
engraved likeness of James Buchanan, of, I . r
o " . -i !,: clossy than the names i.l bcott and
Correspondence'' of the Recorter.
. s- JeFKERSON ClTiDeiJ' 5.
-sl Mr. Tluslon risked and obtained
lleave to introduce a resolution con
eerning the election of I'residentand
Directors for the Sta 'Bank and
Branches, which, after some debate,
was'adoptcd. "Mr. English, from the
Committee appointed to examine th
Danky-mnde r, report in accordance
with ' the resolution ol Mturdny
which report was. laid on the 'tab!
ami ordered to be primed. Mr." Mi
nor of Cole! from the Seltcf Commit
tee t i whom was referred $o much of
the Governor's Message a relates to
the 5,00,000 viicres of land, und the
Distribution, reported a bill, for the
piy of the Commissioners appointed
u locate, said land, which - was read
a first time and ordered to a secod
reading. The.Heport - concerning
Distribution was to the amount, that
Missouri tnvul l.not receive any of the
Distribution Fund, which was laid on
ihe table. :
Mr. Svdner from the. Committee
on Claims, to whom was referred
bill for the relief of X. MoMinn,- re
ported the same hack to the House
without amendment, wilh the recom
mendation that it pahs, which report
wnsnsrreed to. Mr. Minor, o! Oole.
introduced a biil for the. relief of .(i
I-Thomas, which- was read a first
tiilKrand ordered to a second, read
Mr-Welborn asked and ob-
irfhvsiJmomv. he is lust the man that f TiHurd, which look dfti'J, and have
.'.IJ nntrneofr;ef. Wdcafeated in a the same color as the other j atts of
.f iVo pcU.ni..- nnntmn. ' llieensravino, . f he end v
cy by the by; -nowise probable, ia ihe ; l''t? - and -less terlect .lhan those
nnt rP cWinlil hp brought forwaTrl for 'of theccnuine. The ensraving nf the
' -Massachusetts. The Boston':Post
of the 19th ult. says: return from -18
towns give 10 Democratic and 15 Whig
members of the House "of Representa
tives.. .Our convictions are that weliave
the House, and, consetjently tfie SenaU
find Governor: c-' - . ' . . "' -
v Pobk The. Alton Telegraph of 10th
avs: "owing to the heavy' rains, that
have fallen lhjs week, but little has been
done; in packing. Some 2,000. .have
- "been cut at different houses. The 'pri
ces paid during- this wsek, vary from
..$1,50 to $1,75. The price's at Cincin
aiali oh the 1st inst. were as follows: On
iimo$2j for cash; '$'1,75 was. a fair aver
age." :-.. .' ' ;'
- A Serious Stage Accioeht. Thc
f . "On Wednesday tiight last, the'westem
stege- W4S precipitated over a precipice
-"-ef2 feet, on the hill east of Mount Ster
. ling, and within eight miles of Zancsville,
-serieTJ! injuring a number cf pasen-
gers. Messrs. Caruthers Campbell and
Gentry, members of Congress- from Ten-
. nessce; Messrs. Smith, (Senator,) Wal-
-lace and Lane, (Representatives,) from
- - . Indiana; Mr. Goodc, of Ohio; Mrs. Lane
:: .1 . . ...1
did not learn, were in" the coach, all of
-vhora were more or less injured."
; -- . -The Louisville Journal of the 3d says:
ine conaiuon ot lne banks in Kentucky
hat o-rratTv rintrihiitprt tn Ili rt.rinn-
' of trade to a healthy condition as ' they
. j have afforded evtry facilUy necessary to
.cpnduct a legitimate "business, as well as
4. to regulate and keep exchanges on eve-
ry poirt at a moderate rate. By these
' means U e have, avoided the unhealthy
earth and banel under the railroad
par, in the centre oftjie note.H very
coaiic ps'per lihter-than the cnu
ine. : - ; -. ' '-t, . ;
,' Mo.NEi- MaTTKKSIN .tW YOKA.
Tlie ExprVss, of Dccuijier.j st, ays:
Money-is ijiiite abundant, many, ol
the Banks do not have sulficieut a
rr.ot'fit of good pfiptr o fibred.' ' Witli-
in the lust veik a Hiiall. amount of
Souilier.n paper ins appeared, tii the
market, and. it is tnken by tl.e
kers at 6 a 7 per cent discount.'.'
Singular Ueulli.'l'Ue Washington,
AiLansa?. Tfclegrapli informs us, thai
a man r.ur.ed .Ilolman lost his life
near Mmfreesboiough, Pike county,
a few d.7ys'a0, 'in pilfer a singular
way He had been drinking -pretty
freely, and thiust his Bowie knife,
'without a shenlh, into his saddie-bags.
The knife, cut ihrmih the saddle bags
and pierced the artery of his legj
which caused him t bleed to death.
Aroused ton sense of his situation,
and out of the reach of he'p, he had
scrambled to a pool of water,' whet e
he was afterwords found dead. .
' Col. Webb. The late N-York pa
pers announce tbat CoL Wbb has been
pardoned by Gov. Seward. ' Tlie Col.-
had beeu sentenced to two years labor
in tlie -Penitentiary, for leaving New
York with intent to light a duel with
the Hon. T. F. Marshall.'.-' It is stated
that the petition for his pardon contain-
taincd leave to introduce a b; I con
eerning Justices Court,- w hich wns
rend a lirst time nnd ordered to aeecc
ond reodins. ' ' : .
-Mr. Price, of Chariton introduced
a resolution requiring the Attorne
General, and other officers ta vacat
their rooms in thccapitol, and,, tha
the same be appropriated to the use
ol Commit lees, which resolution wa
adopted. 1 Mr. Aberoelhy introduced
a bill for the relief of -the Collector
of Perry count v; which was read
first time and ordered to a second
malic .irl reaUiniT. i'll. M UMWU mimuuMU
a bill to oi;ini.e a new county
be called Nodnwiiyv which was read
a first time and oidered to a second
rcadine. . ' ;
' Mr. Marsluill introduced a lull ecu
cernins Justices Courts, whicU wms
rei.3 a first lime ai.d ordered ton sec
The Senate convened in the Rep
resentative Hall, lr the purpose
electing Presidents and Directors for
the Bank and branches- -Col. Mar-
maduke in -the chair. Mr. Hudson
ot Si. lruis, moved that they, no
prw:ctd to the election of a President
' ..... tf.i .ft 1
and Directors ot ine .Moiuer uuuk
foi' two vears;
Noniinations for President of the
mother Bank being now in order, Mr,
Hudson, nominated Ferdinand Ken
nett. and Mr. nominated Rob
ert Campbell. The vote being taken
stood tis follows: Kennctt 91, Camt
bell 33, scattering 3: so F. Ivennett
wa declared duly elected Presiden
of the Bank of the btate of Missoui
for two vears, bv a mainiity of 58
votes. ; ' ' .- .
ToKsiiAr, December C
The two Houses' again -assembled
in tha Hall of the House of Bepre
entitives, and proceeded to the elei
tion of Directors ot Ihe Liank.
' Mr.' Detchemendy nominated Ed
ward Walsh, and no other person be
ina nominated, Mr. Waish received
107 voles scattering HI he was
thcrelore declared duly elected a Di
rector of the Mother ttank lor two
years. Mr. Monroe nominated Wil
liam bublette, ' and no oilier person
being put in nomination, Mr. Sublette
received 1 27 votes scattering, 1 ; he
was therefo:c elected. , Mr. Mon-
roo nominated It. A. Barnes, and no
other person b'lnjr in nomination,
eaii.uuunames, ana is one -iiunurcu , 5 Q WM d ,, ei,.
Mr; Anderson, nomin.tfed a. -,jiood,
Mr. Monroe nominiiteuiKobUTC'imp:
bell Mr.-Hood received 53 votes,
and.eighty-hihe 'ftfet in length
Ohio Monkt. -latest nuotations
at Cincinnati: Bunk of Indiana is the
par. U.inks ol t-ircieviiie. (old bank,;
and confused fluctuations in exchanges Geauga, Massil Ion, Wtnister, Xenia,
and in the Value of our currency, that Sanduskv.-Norwalk, Marietta, Mt.
have been, in other places so pernicious
nrtA nnralrTino tn-trait: nnil' tiai-A tippn
" - , , .? . iri a- . i Columbus,. Columbiana Bank of New
' 1 i.l ti 1 iiminjirptn I . n rt Lr iff finln.
Plea:int.Zanesville, .Belmont Bank
of Saint Claires ville, Clinton B in k of
. of sudden bank contractions and the de
preciation of bank paper.- " :
- Commercial affairs - in the west seem
'everywhere (a be , brightening. . The
. country is fast being . relieved from the
oppression of debt, and specie is flowing
from all parts of the world to New Or-
"leans, from tbence to be scattered over
the broad valfey ' of the Mississippi, in
. return for the labor of oiir citizens and.
the produce of our soil. The Kentucky
week, and Ihe packets have discontinued
their regular trips. Ihe Uluo has been
rather full of floating ' ice the last few
days, but hot sufficient to obstruct navi
gation. -The. weather has moderated
very considerablyj and Js now " uite
nleasant: and we may expect the usual
navigation cf the Kentucky to be resum
ed -i a a few .days, and. the obstructions
now in the Ohio in some measure to dis
"ppear. JliC river is falling slowly.
Davton Bank, Faimeis' and Mechan
ics' Bank of -Steubenville, Franklin
Bank of "Columbus .Mechanics' and
Traders' Bank ol Cincinnati, Mus
kingum Bank ol." Putnam, Western
Reserve Bank at Warren, par. .;
Th4 -Cincinnati Banks, viz: Com
mercial, franklin, Lafayette, and Life
and Trusi,-ure at a preiniumof a 1
per cent. , (v.- :-. -, - - ... -..
- The other .Oliio banks are either
worthless or at a high discount. . -,
. j . .... Louisville Journal. . .
A special election will take place
on the 31st inst., for a representative
in the Missouri Legislature, to fill the
vacancy occasioned by. Ihe resigna
tion of Fdip.ind Kennett, Esqr. i ..
"Sir IbLert feel thinks. a grea1
deal of himself," says a 1-ondon paper.
A cotemporaryteplies ihatuhe is just
jhe man; to- trbubre himsell about i-
ilr, Uainph l rtceivea ; .73, and Air.
Campbell was therefore duly elected.
Mr. Monroe nominated J. It. Mc
Denrinon, and Mr. Kins nominated
F. Dent McDeurmon received 07
votes. Hunt, C2; McUearmon wai
thcefore duly elected. Mr. Dono
van nominated Frederick Dent, Mr.
Price, of Chariton,- nominated Ern
nest Anselrodt: the vole being taken.
stood nrf lolloW8.J,Drnt, 70; Ansel,
ro'tlt, 52; Mr. Dent was therefore du
ly elected. Mr. Bo:gs again nomina
ted Mr. Angeldrodt, -and no other
person being nominated, the vote
stood.- for Anuelrodt, 16; he was du
ly elected. Mr WellHirn nominated.
Ft. M. V. Kircheval, Mr Wash nom
inated Benjamin -Soulard, ' and the
vote beinz taken, stood, for Mr. Sou
lard, G I ; "Ktrclieval, 62) scattering, 3.
No choice being rhnrfe, Mr. Boggs re
hominated Mr. Kireheval, and nr.
Dmovan -re-nominated Mr. Soulard,
nnd the'vote being taken, stood Kir
cheval, 68; Soulard, 58; so nr. Kir
chevirl was duly elected. '
1 dem itttn act of Justice to state,
that," with the exception of . thu St.
Louis delegation, iscnrcely any mem
ber knew or had ever heard : of mr.
Soulard." Messrs. Donovan, Detche
mendy and othersspnkein high terms
of his rjpolifiqaiions but the excite
mont beiri'? so ffreat." it is not to be
wondered, at, i that a ffcntUman, let
his'tjiialificatioris be what they "may
should. be beat hy men who rreiiner
knew him by character nor' person at
j. mr. .Soulard held a very hono
rajile poll, as may be seen above; and
there is no y doubt would have been
elected, had not so much -excitement
existed.? His fiends here seriously
regret his defeat, but the "best course
was pursued that could ' have been
adopted under ihe circumstances ol
the case. , ' ' ' " :
Mr. Fort nominnlec Thomas m.
Horine, m1. ' Smart . nominated -
lonir, mr. JIustori nominated Chris
;tnin Pulli's, and the vote being taken,
stood, Horino C9, Lons M, VuYii 5;
snmr. Horine. was duly elected.---ir.
Mills ..nominated W.-T. Christy,
mr. Monroe nominnted Gv D. Fillev,
Some debate arising, the name of Q
D. Filey was withdrawn, and the
rote then beiiijr taken, stood. ChrMv
9D. scnttering 20;o mr. Christy was
declaied duly elected a Director for
two years. . : , .
The following is a list of the Presi
dent and Directors of the Bank of
the State: '
' President, Fi.iiPiNANn Kennett. '
:: 1 .1 .-.f : . Dirrctars.1 ..,
. 1. Ed ward WAi.s11.ofS1. I'uis.
2. WlLLIAK Sl'BI.KTTK,.'' " . .
3. I'obert A. Barnes " "
'4. Ivobert Campbf.li., u '
5.'Jaiies K. McDkabmo.x, of St.'
Charles county :: ' ' -.
p. FttEfcKnici Dknt, of St. Louis
count. ...... .
7. Ebnnv.st Ancklrout, of St
Louis count v.1' J 1
' 8. IL' M. V. KmciiKVAL, of fxmis-
iano, Piker-ountv.-, ...
0. Thomas M. IIoiuxi.u of Ste
10. William T. CnmsTr, of St
f.ouis. ' ;
" '"'. Wednesday, Dec. 7,
- The two Houses (in joint meeting)
proceeded to the election of President
and Director 1 for I lie -Branch Bank at
Favctte. The officers elected are us fol
lows: ' ' ' ' ' '
- President J. J. Lowar, of Fayette.
' ' Directors.
1. William Hiulet, of Booncville.
2.,Tho.' Jacksox, of Howard county.
3. Jons Vilev, of Randolph county.
4. A. W. Mokrisox, of Howard co.'
5. Delassv'F. Cooper, do. ' do-'
Gt liLJii. FVJ ETEB,
Having elected all the officers of the
I5raiu.li at I' ayctte, the two Houses pro
ceeded to the election of a President and
Directors for the Branch Bank at Pal
myra. : Maj. William Blakey received
11 J voles, and wa declared duly elect
ed President of the Jiranch liaiik at Pal
myra, for the next two years. The fol
lowing gentlemen were then elected:
Pesidcnt Wm. BLAKEY, of Palmyra.
-' '.. Directors.
1. Micuael It. Bower, of Palmyra.
2. Tito's Palmer, of Clark county.
3. John Taylor, of Marion comity.
4. Jobs Red, . ' u
5. Wm. M. Priest, of Ralls county.
(J. Elias Ki.muiily, of Shelby county.
Mr. Lngush oflercd tiie following re
Raoleed, That the two Houses now
prcceed to the ' election of a President
and six Directors lor the iirancli liank at
Considerable debate took place as to
the rii-ht of the Lecislature'to elect offi
cers for said Branch at this tune, where.
in Messrs. English and Fort in favor of
the measure, and .Messrs. Hudson,
Young and Monroe against it, took part.
Mr. English finally withdrew the resolu
tion, and Mr. Campbell, of St. Charles,
offered the following: ..
Resolved, That the President of the
Senate and the Speaker of the House,
furnish to each -person elected as. Presi
dent and Director of the mother Bank
and Branches, a certificate of their elec
tion, which was adopted. ' :
Mr. Boggs renewed the resolution of
Mr. f.ngli)ih, and the debate, was again
resumed: Messrs. Boggs and Jackson in
favor of, and Mr. Young against the adop
tion 01 me resolution, un motion f he
two houses took a recess until ten
'clock to-morrow morning. ,
'.-.- Thursday, Dec 8th. .
The two Houses met agreeably to the
recess taken on yesterday, evening, and
the resolution 'last .under consideration
on yesterday was taken up and tlie debate
continued by Messrs. Hudson, Boggs.
Jackson, English, Young, Fort, Wliea-
ton, Allen, of at. Louis, Campbell, of
M. Charles, and Xhompsou. - Ihe ques
tion ueing on the adoption ol the resolu
tion, Mr. Boggs called for the yeas and
noes, which being ordered,' resulted in
the adoption of the resolution, ayes S3.
noes 35. The President then announc
ed that nominations for -President and
Directors of the Branch Bank at Jackson
were in order. Mr. English nominated
ut. x ranmin uannou lor. Presidoht, and
no other peison being in nomination, he
was declared duly elected President for
two years. ' ' '
Nominations being in order for Di
rectors, mr. English nominated Allen H.
Bernard, who was elected, mr. Will
iams, of Cape Girairdeau. nominated Ba
ker Gordon, who was elected, mr. Sny-1
.1 ! . IT' . 1
uer uuiuiuaieu iiirara A.. Moan, who was
elected, mr. Abernethy nominated F. C.
Hase, who Was elected, "mr. Marshall
fleeted. The list of officers is as
lows: ' -i ' V.
President FRANKLIN CANNON,
of Jacksonl ?iw
i:AhLK H. Bersard. of Jackson."
2. Hiram L. Sloah, of Cape GtTaideao,
2. Frederick C. Hase, of Perryville.
4. Taeodore F. Tone, Fredericktown.
5. Baker Gordow, of Jackson.
6. Edward Keesoe, of Scott county.
-, On motion the Senate- retired to their
Chamber. A letter was received from
Ferdinand Kennett, Esq.," tendering his-
resignation as a Representative irom St.
Louis county. Adjourned to 9 o'clock,
to-morrow morning,. ..
, . BAXK. REPORT. ,; .
To Ihe General Assembly iJ the Slate
The joint committee, appointed by
the Governor investigate the con
rfiikm of 'The Bank of -the Stale '
Misuri," rind ils branches. ieect
lullv Fubmit.the fid owing Bej ori:.. ;
The Committee met at Si. iouis.
and after spendin" sc era! days in 'lie
examination of the Biink, priweeded
to palmyra, and thence to FayHte.
and made a careful examination of the
branches at those places. The offi
cers o tha Bank and Branches list -nisheJ
the Committee with a'l proper
aid. and afforded' every desirable fa
cility for making a thorough invecti
ginionof thealTairsof tie institution.
. The Cashier, at Louh, luriiUhed the
Committee, with an exhibit of the
condition' of ti e B mfc. n the 31t
day of October, A. D. 1 842, which ii
hereto annexed as a jort of tlii Ie
port and marked "Exhibil No. 1."
ihp Committee proceeded l" couut
and ascertain the amount anJ desitrip
lion of money on hand, and found the
.iame to correspond itli the . state
ment above relerred to. "...
TheC'ommi'.lee fiom actual count
and examination, ascertained thai the
item in said exhibit, Bank notes ol
other Banks, 141,950,' consisted ol
the notes of the following tanks, viz:
Noi.i of tha Btnk of (III.:. 91 13.543 0(1
Sute Bank of Illinois, 3j,U3o IKI
" Kentucky, Indian, and V4.
. Bank.. . . 2.010, 00
United Mttet Hank of Ta. I.3ull, 00
' Counterfeit and altered note, ' I3U, 00
Fro n an examination ot Ihe books,
and by count ng the amount of tlie
notes in possession of the Bank, the
Commitiee found the amount, of cir
culation .actually outstanding to- be
S'272,190, as stated in said exhibit.
The . Committe careliiUy examined
the exf ense account of the B;mk, and
the vouchers for every item charged
therein, and found the same to b cor
rectly kept, and sustained ly satisfac
The Committee attentively read
ihe journal of all the proceedings ol
the board, ol directors lor the last two
years, and designated certain portions
iheieol to be copied, and sent to the
Governor, and this, we are informed
has been done by the Cashier.
The real estate of the bank, con-
sits of the banking house and seveia i
parcels of real estate to the value ol
.5133,500 purchased by the Bank to
save debts due in me institution. - in
order to obtain satisfactory informa
tion in relation to the management of
ihe b ink, and to expose any abuse- or
mismanagement that might possibly
exist, the Committee projHunded to
the President ot the bank, a, number
of interniir Uories, to all of which full
answers have been made by the ofli
cers of the bank.
A copy of the interrogatories, with
ihe answers thereto, are hereto an
uexed as a. part 01 this report, and
marked "Exhibit Ni 2." The com.
miitee examined and counted the
State bonds on hand in t'ie bank, thai
had beeu withdrawn from Frederick
Hun& Co., JVevins, Town send, &.
Co., Llishii Uiggs, and Brown, B. oth
ers, & Co.. and found the same to cor
respond with the statements in the
answers to the interrogatories on that
subject. - '. .! j
The Cashier furnished the Commit
tee with the statement in relation to
the amount of liabilities to the Bank,
and in relation to the amount ol llli
nois Bank uotes, in possession of tlr
bank at ililterent limes, dining the
years 1040, '41 and '42, which paper
is hereto annexed, und marked ' Ex
hibit io. 3."
Tlie CaslJerof the Branch Bank at
Palmyra, lurnished the Cjrnmittce
with an exhibit of the condition of
that Branch, on the 3st of October,
1842, which is hereto annexed, mark
ed, "Exhibit Ao. 4," and the Cashier
at Fayette, furnished an exhibit of ihe
condition of that Branch on the 14th
of November, 1842, which is Ijereto
annexed, mark, -Exhibit No. S."
The Committe counted and ascer
tained the amount of the money on
hand at the Branche?, nnd found the
same to correspond with the state
ments in the exhibits furnished by the
vspecuve iiasnicni. .
They also examined the exiense
account of the Branches', und found
the same to be supported by satisfac
tory vouchers. The Conmiitee read
the journal of the Board of Direct-
fol- I very small portion thereof to be cer.
tilled to ihe Governor. ...The state
ments on the book of the branches,
together with the account of the mo
ney made by the Committee, showed
that the actual outstanding cineula-'
tion of the Branches is corrretlv !-
ed in their respective ; exhibits,"-. v
The Branch at Palmyra appears
io have been inanajjed wilh extreme
caution, its. outstanajcircufafiori
beinrr rnnshlfrI !tt li-in th?if.'K
cj - t ' - ..
nn...i..r.,.,. ...j . -
M'uwi..J.tiM. H.VHUUI. . .
i The experience. of the' Craiwh. at ;
FavettA nrovts. lhal lh.it 1 adr -
safely keep. uv circmatSoqual
to double the Amount of its' specie en .'
Iiand. and if sythe C mmtttee ktiow
of n reaMn hy. the ami un of.'dlrj
cinnts at the Palmy i a Brunch iofj:hl
rot l soiripivhnt enlariHff.-' Frm
the imerroL'ati xies abiive 'iiTmtAA' in.
and ihn ainiw t,t t iereiu.'- rfurrueai s .
that the Bm k. lias Iteeu std.jerted to "
miiiie iiM-iiKi paj'Drat .t.- tlii.a-pik
tiod wf il e notes tlie-'-B ink'oJ'JIw- ;.
nois. . hi irwi'srt i(loptd oc4
ihe pnrpos" " etiliirj.'inV,'nnJ extend.,'
iciii the bosine. and increasihjf"' the !
lo fit !' tlip l nk, and if extending ,
sonie relief t the 'trde nnd 'crnv
inri-p iif (In- ciiimtrv. Inrf tini" nl '
exneiiem:! have c!euilv 'lemonstra.
ted that n was an mifiotrtHV nnd.' nr-.
wfse uienmrel fMili'as reihrdir the-in;
t crests oi tlie t'.aiik ni ol the -Corn-inunity.
yMthouh ir -wn prolmMv,
.. ti n.i,i'.;n.i ,i,.i r... . .... . ' .
nVII.MIU.Iigi UflHllllll .l.fly niI-
hle-.the Iimk o do a larger liuinstj
and niiike yieOjtf r profit tlmn it coal. I
riiherwie.ha efirirw,' s'HJ tlie ndvii; .
tatres reMiHin' iheryfrom- .were ;f;ir
over bahint-pil v the in54-nvenienrtj'. .
and h s-rs' iliat 4ccnri-l'l-Aji, r the:
noies o' those Bankit'CvaRPui-lor'lieT
i'iii-ii.nl in llti. -'liila 1 .- f..M..?
vi . 11 . in in..- ui" ir. - knnui MMttri .
last, the i t.W f ?i1l. v.sttAtd
B.uiks have Ireen reiWinied nnd VfC
lusi d by the Bank ot, this Statej'ar.ir
a c iiitioin and prudent course is j.'Uf-'.
s-ui'd by its nflicer.' . "' ' .-r
..The Committ-'C btlieted thai the
Ild.k is now ii.nnagfd in a iiiaiinc
i hat is site, i-nd cah u'atfo.to ,rejidcij
itswe t-nd uelul to t'lcxonupiuiliy.
Hen t.'li're. uhi'rr tlmns vAas a ener
; 1 state l Bank -nistensiMff .UirxHmli-
out the United Stales, it was impossi
ble for the" B nk tA nmish.circul.i
ti m foi the orrlinftry.- traosnction of
business, butfc since many jinsfjupil
Bn.k l.ae Iccn rei'udiatpj'and
s ynd. Banks haye g nnaljyumfd
specie parni"nls aod.Urii have re
lumed nearly ' ' pri li:ww.iiprc
is ir-ason fo hope.'Tliat, The. Ban k'of
the Staie'of Mis!:oni;'-will On ;bo
ible to rnrnlsh'iithis "afij 'a. large
The Committee- hare' reaAMi - to be
lieve, thai n much jreter degree of
conlidenee.-nnrj a lieMer1 state f:feel
ing towards" the Bwk,i- now: tfjter
tained among the. mercajilile coomiii
nily, than at any former .feiQ 1 and
this will be bvorabltv ,tt. he : future
prosperity ami u-efu'ness jS. Uie Jn-
WM. M. CAMPBKLI )
J A VS SIIKLEY, " "Com.7
TIIOS. B. F.XGLlsri.
' fFjihil.il No. 1 .7 '-- ' i
cj.. en i) f . i . . . -
oie oj me wrnK or 1M 'tale of .Vutou-
ri on lite 31 t October, J 842: ' '
Brandt al Fareile, for " --i ' f
Capital . ... $100J)09 0(t. . f .
Branch al Palmjra.oo 10) ,61 6 It 20,Glfi 18
Hilla Hireounled -. . " . . 453,459 2
Billa Kichiuifo. . 104,873 90
fovtern exchange maturing " . 103,907 76
.! " ' Ifo matured -"':- 66,117 71
Siupcnrfed debt : . . i i' t4K,SI5 3a
Stole of Miaaftufi ."w 7000 ft
$late of Miart.uri trur.isleieal paidt 49.061 70
Real elite . . . . , . 56,Crt3 44
Kxpente account ' , ., : ' . i .-" 4,904 56
I'mlri account ' t'- jt, 391
Onefrwykwka ... , 58430 29
Bank nolra of Branch at - - -
K.yetle -uf 3430 00 .4 - T
Bank noica of branch rx, - .: .,! ,v;.v s .
1 al falmrr . . 18,570 00 ,
. Hoi ofotiierUanta, 141,950 00 ' " " '
" ': : . I9J 4.V1 on
Treaanry aolea on hand 79. 630. 00 -
liuld 4i.ilrcr on hand, 353,395 13
' V " '9I.95T.4I604
" -"-i:..-r ,.-
(apilal flock paid jn, " '''
owned by Ihe Stale. 995430S3?-1 "
Qwaod by kidreiduala trt 4,069 53 . ;
.. . .. r r-. IOOM 79
Depoaite . . . . . 388,993 S3
Unclaimed dividenda '" : rJ- . 593 13
Interest and exchanso - '.'.' .' 38.554 46
Contingent fund j : ..i - 11381 74
rireulatioa - , - s 273,490 00
Uua lobauka .1' , . ..; . .. 43.K9 40
naminated Edward Kelsoe, who was ors, aloach branch, and designated a
" - ,; $1,957,416 04
The Hmnk of tht mf Minn. . .
' ri,.V(, .om,-Vw-. I,, If43'.
- II. SlIURLDSiCaahier.
- .-Correapandence of the Reporter. .
e- , l-TreRRO.V Citt, Nov. 30.
.'"A 'cjimmupiciition was received
from theOovcruor concerning the lo
cution of the. 560.OOO acres of land.
which, on oiotim of Mri Wells', was
lelerred to the ariproprmte committee.
Mr. English, from the committee
n the Judiciary, reported back to
the IIousp without amendment,
bill concerning imprisomnent lor debl, .
nlso a bill. concerning the Paymaster
General.; Mr. Sayers, from the com
mittee to vj hoiri was referred ihe'pe
tiiionof Si-olt and otlier counties, re
ported a lill for the formation of a
new county, to be called Mississippi,
which bill was read a. first time, and
ordered to a second , reading. .Mr.
Shields gave notice that, on Friday