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.96 Discount and Interest5,522.948,004.09 Due to Banks, etc21,715.2713,340.94 $340,771.19$351,877.93 Condition Of This Bank:Nov. 1.Dec. 1. State Stock$153,908.35$149,308.35 Liabilities313,672.18301,913.71 Assets313,672.16301,913.71 Discounts108,987.07106,576.21 Loans to Directors14,827.2514,467.25 Specie26,253.3222,515.20 Circulation117,290.00116,538.00 Deposits16,619.438,954.59 The undersigned, Directors of the Bank of Howardsville, have examined the annexed statement of the condition of the said Bank, and certify that they believe it to be correct. Given under our hands, this 5th day of January, 1861. W. A. Turner, Pres't, J. C. Childress, J. W. Elson, Rich. L. Wilbourne, R. W. Elson. On this 19th day of January, 1861, D. J. Hartsook, Cashier of the Bank of Howardsville, made oath before the subscriber, a Justice for the county of Albemarle, that the above statement is correct to the best of his knowledge and belief. W. A. Turner, J. P.
Merchants' Bank of Virginia,Lynchburg, January 5, 1861. Hon. John Letcher, Governor of Virginia: Dear Sir: I herewith enclose you a statement of the condition of the Merchants' Bank of Virginia, on the 31st of December, 1860. Very respectfully, John F. Baugh, Cashier. The Merchants' Bank of Virginia — Quarterly statement. Quarter end'g Dec. 31, 1860.Correspnd'g Quarter 1859. Capital$500,000.00$500,000.00 less59,700.0056,500.00 held by the Bank440,300.00443,500.00 stocks authorized to be used as Capital312,402.86335,402.86 Real Estate8,428.205,424.70 Coin46,218.7342,622.04 circulation230,272.00204,800.00 notes of other Banks8,652.003,691.00 Deposits46,469.31107,080.70 Discounts323,459.31376,358.18 Loans to Directors18,500.0010,050.00 Debts due to Banks4,827.9125,064.20 Debts due from Banks18,565.6615,406.48 bad Debts0000 Doubtful Debts (in suit)5,871.354,156.51 Exchanges — bought171,902.13171,416.52 sold167,383.02167,156.99 dividends13,2
City of Lynchburg, to wit: John F. Baugh, the Cashier of the Merchants' Bank of Virginia, at Lynchburg, this day appeared before me, a Justice of the Peace for the city aforesaid, and made oath that the above statement exhibits the true condition of the affairs of the said Bank on the 31st day of December, 1860, as shown by the books of the said Bank, which he verily believes are correct Given under my hand this 5th day of January, 1861. D. B. Payne, J. P.