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Condition of Virginia Banks. Bank of the Old Dominion, Alexandria, Va., Oct. 19, 1860. Hon. e from State of Virginia1,030.46182.96 Due by Banks and Bankers16,194.0324,195.79 Notes and Check Bks. in the State.17,416.168,762.28 Notes of Banks out of the State130.0085.00 Coin40,390.4251,40 Capital Stock$403,900.00$403,900.00 Due to Banks and Bankers.59,249.3928,949.78 Individual Depeposits84,377.53 Exchange101.42 due to other Banks and Bankers8,171.16 $489,836.62 AsseOutstanding debt148,316.26 Notes of other Virginia Banks9,814.00 Foreign Bank Notes470.00 Stocks, &c.537.29 Coin29,861.68 Due from other Banks and Bankers24,335.74 $489,836.62 We, the un.00 Bills protested1,431.981,884.66 Due from Banks, &c.15,455.164,666.82 Cash on hand — Specie25of this Bank16,837.6031,221.00 Notes of other Banks in this State1,613.002,978.00 In Checks261.303,041.863,975.66 Exchange000.00177.93 Due to Banks, &c.25,106.3014,580.41 Notes of this Bank on
t265.81271.81 Current Expenses2,871.102,148.66 Exchange Account00.00174.00 Costs of Suits000.00210.77 Interest due from State of Virginia1,030.46182.96 Due by Banks and Bankers16,194.0324,195.79 Notes and Checks on Bks. in the State.17,416.168,762.28 Notes of Banks out of the State130.0085.00 Coin40,390.4251,463.13 Stocks7Banks out of the State130.0085.00 Coin40,390.4251,463.13 Stocks7,121.887,121.86 $833,735.01$841,277.30 Capital Stock$403,900.00$403,900.00 Due to Banks and Bankers.59,249.3928,949.78 Individual Deposits122,069.79137,951.35 Discount and Interest Account3,995.764,379.95 Contingent Fund20,280.0020,260.00 Circulation224,760.00244,635.00 Unpaid Dividends.2,168.001,686.75 Profit and Loss000.Banks and Bankers.59,249.3928,949.78 Individual Deposits122,069.79137,951.35 Discount and Interest Account3,995.764,379.95 Contingent Fund20,280.0020,260.00 Circulation224,760.00244,635.00 Unpaid Dividends.2,168.001,686.75 Profit and Loss000.00111.47 Exchange Account144.21000.00 Surplus Account187.86000.00 $833,735.01$841,277.30 Loans to Directors of this Bank not including Branch 6,900. The undersigned. Director of the Bank of the Old Dominion, have examined the above account, and believe it to be correct. W. N. McVEIGH, President, Benjamin H.
5's, 10's, 20's, 50's,)163,735.00 Contingent Fund17,000.00 Dividends unpaid812.00 discount and interest2,439.52 Deposits84,377.53 Exchange101.42 due to other Banks and Bankers8,171.16 $489,836.62 Assets: Virginia Stocks and guaranteed Bonds$260,380.00 Premium account11,356.80 Current expenses69.51 Permanent expenses1,428.68 Real estate3,266.67 Outstanding debt148,316.26 Notes of other Virginia Banks9,814.00 Foreign Bank Notes470.00 Stocks, &c.537.29 Coin29,861.68 Due from other Banks and Bankers24,335.74 $489,836.62 We, the undersigned, members of the Board of Directors of the Bank of Rockingham, believe the foregoing statBanks and Bankers24,335.74 $489,836.62 We, the undersigned, members of the Board of Directors of the Bank of Rockingham, believe the foregoing statement of the condition of said Bank, on 1st inst., is correct. A. B. Irick, G. M. Effinger, W. A. Conrad, E. T. H Warren, October 16, 1860. Henry Ott. State of Virginia--Rockingham County, to wit: This day C. C. Strayer, Cashier of the Bank of Rockingham, personally appeared before me, a Notary Public f
The Daily Dispatch: November 9, 1860., [Electronic resource], Fall of a Church Steeple in New Haven. (search)
Loan to others (all inland)96,444.91101,292.21 Exchange273.8300.00 Salaries00.00625.60 Incidental expenses18.2500.00 Bills protested1,431.981,884.66 Due from Banks, &c.15,455.164,666.82 Cash on hand — Specie25,691.0130,095.42 Notes of this Bank16,837.6031,221.00 Notes of other Banks in this State1,613.002,978.00 In ChecksBanks in this State1,613.002,978.00 In Checks261.304,297.08 $323,150.64$381,049.01 Liabilities. Capital Stock$139,600.00$165,000.00 Notes of this Bank in circulation122,763.00133,779.00 Deposits, including Certificates12,842.6224,394.02 Contingent Fund8,159.8610,920.96 Discount and Interest3,041.863,975.66 Exchange000.00177.93 Due to Banks, &c.25,106.3014,580.41 NotBanks, &c.25,106.3014,580.41 Notes of this Bank on hand.16,837.0031,221.00 $329,150.64$381,049.01 Condition.Aug. 1, 1860.Sep. 1, 1860. State Stock$153,908.35$133,908.25 Liabilities314,570.08309,791.30 Assets314,570.08309,791.30 Discounts110,092.47104,866.26 Loan to Directors16,721.2613,831.27 Specie26,190.0025,850.42 Circulation125,168.00128,221.00 Depo
Condition of Virginia Banks.Exchange Bank,Norfolk,Oct. 22d, 1860. His Excellency John Letcher, Gov. of Virginia: Sir: I enclose herewith a statement of the00 78 stocks, &c95,007 0090,936 56 Specie435,210 23356,255 41 Notes of other Banks in Virginia152,190 90174,658 68 Notes of Banks out of the State14 404 4725 519Banks out of the State14 404 4725 519 24 due by other Banks81,229 3892,783 58 Real estate174,376 62179,532 45 in transitu, Bank and Branches31,121 0434,014 91 $6,142,276 24$6,022 359 71 Capital stoBanks81,229 3892,783 58 Real estate174,376 62179,532 45 in transitu, Bank and Branches31,121 0434,014 91 $6,142,276 24$6,022 359 71 Capital stock$3,088,600 00$3,137,160 00 circulation1,437,369 501,259,933 00 Deposits1,156,409 481,168,713 17 due to other Banks170,323 83180,853 43 Contingent Fund205,211 4Banks170,323 83180,853 43 Contingent Fund205,211 48192 049 60 profits of the Institution84,361 9583,701 51 $6,146,279 24$6,022,350 71 Tabular statement Exchange Bank of Virginia Quarter ending 29th Septe894 560 Fifties528,325 one hundreds576,000 $2,726,394 00 Notes of other Banks: in the State$174,658 68 out of the State25 519 24 value of Real es
Oct. 1, 1859: Specie$388 968 41 Notes of Banks incorporated by the State98,975 22 Notes of Banks iBanks incorporated else where27,763 78 due from other Banks894,486 67 Notes discounted1,786,489 55 Inland bills disBanks894,486 67 Notes discounted1,786,489 55 Inland bills discounted418 204 74 Virginia 6 per cent. Bonds5,400 00 stock purchased to secure a debt8 000 00 bond account300 00 Notes in circulation1,260,412 50 due to other Banks184,936 31 discount39,800 74 Surplus fund133,737 70 Oct. 1, 1860. Specie$381,139 99 Notes of Banks incorporated by the State52,165.86 Notes of Banks iBanks incorporated elsewhere,17,374.83 due from other Banks306,749.54 Notes discounted1,783,328.00 Inland bills disBanks306,749.54 Notes discounted1,783,328.00 Inland bills discounted437,017.28 Virginia State stock5,400.00 bond account29,212.06 stock purchased to secure a debt8,000.00 00 Notes in circulation1,176 315 50 Due to other Banks141 545 16 Surplus fund131 560 32 Discount39,497 77that there may probably be due at the Mother Bank to Banks and depositors about $30 000 for omissions on the pa
92.31 expenses and salaries5,617.894,684.88 Notes of Virginia Banks8,077.00 Notes of other B'ks and Checks78,308.0663,754rginia Bonds0045,000.00 Coin346,127.86284,733.31 due from Banks58,034.152,3.65 $3,027,906.63$2,611,611.35 Capital stock87 Fund55,883.6861,214.5 Deposits510,477.0413,973.09 due to Banks104,467.3994,727.39 $3,07,906.63$2,611,611.35 Tabular 00 Oct. 1, Circulation1,471,834.00 Sept. 1, Notes of Virginia Banks19.00 Oct. 1, Notes of Virginia Banks8,077.00 Aug. 1,Virginia Banks8,077.00 Aug. 1, Notes of other Banks and Checks65,057.58 Sept. 1, Notes of other Banks and Checks87,509.84 Oct. 1, Notes of other Banks aBanks and Checks65,057.58 Sept. 1, Notes of other Banks and Checks87,509.84 Oct. 1, Notes of other Banks and Checks78,308.06 Exchange bought and sold from par. to 1 per cent. gain1,183.23 Contingent Fund55,883.68 Deposits510,477Banks and Checks87,509.84 Oct. 1, Notes of other Banks and Checks78,308.06 Exchange bought and sold from par. to 1 per cent. gain1,183.23 Contingent Fund55,883.68 Deposits510,477.50 Aug. 1, Loan to Directors19,45.00 Sept. 1, Loan to Directors19,135.00 Oct. 1, Loan to Directors15,610.00 Aggregate deBanks and Checks78,308.06 Exchange bought and sold from par. to 1 per cent. gain1,183.23 Contingent Fund55,883.68 Deposits510,477.50 Aug. 1, Loan to Directors19,45.00 Sept. 1, Loan to Directors19,135.00 Oct. 1, Loan to Directors15,610.00 Aggregate debt due by the Bank2,286,758.89 Aggregate debt due to the Bank3,021,73.67 We, the undersigned, Directors of the Merchant
to the non-slave-holding States all territory North of said parallel — the States created out of said territory to be admitted with or without slavery, as the people may elect. The House bill appropriating one million of dollars for State defence will be considered to-day. The House passed a bill to amend the act concerning trespasses on the Potomac. A resolution was introduced for amending the Code, so as to allow volunteer companies in contiguous counties to form battalions and regiments; also, one for requiring all property sold under execution to realize two-thirds of its value, and one for extending the time within which sheriffs are allowed to pay the taxes in the Treasury. The Exchange, Farmers' and Virginia Banks, used as places of deposit for State funds, reported their condition under a resolution heretofore adopted. Among the petitions, were several in reference to the present attitude of public affairs and for authority to buy arms for the people of the counties.
on of chapter 35 of the Code of Virginia, and providing for the correction of erroneous assessments of taxes on land; a bill authorizing the payment of forfeited commissions and damages, to the executors of Chas. Holden, decide, late Sheriff of the county of Harrison. Bank Statements.--Statements were returned from the Presidents of the Exchange Bank, Farmers' Bank, and Bank of Virginia, in response to the resolutions of the House of Delegates, relating to the monthly discounts of those Banks for twelve months past, the average amount of the State deposits, the average discount of paper payable at the Banks, and the average discount of paper payable outside the limits of the State, the amount of the latter which was protested and returned, and the monthly circulation. On motion, they were laid on the table and ordered to be printed. Petitions, &c.--The following petitions and other documents were presented and referred; By Mr. Graham, the petition of Ro. Roper and others, a
The Daily Dispatch: January 25, 1861., [Electronic resource], A man killed by a lion at Astley's Theatre — a Thrilling scene. (search)
Condition of Virginia Banks. Bank of Virginia. Richmond, January 11th, 1861. Sir: I beg leave to hand you herewith the accompanying quarterly statement, ls 58.54 Stocks64,721.30102,371.30 Specie376,355.54518,545.58 Notes of other Banks in Virginia365,574.05245,326.96 Notes of Banks out of the State9,217.0011,995.Banks out of the State9,217.0011,995.84 Due by other Banks235,562.53575,781.82 Real Estate178,555.33179,054.55 Treasurer's Special Deposit in Bank notes. $297,121.10 In transit between Bank and BranBanks235,562.53575,781.82 Real Estate178,555.33179,054.55 Treasurer's Special Deposit in Bank notes. $297,121.10 In transit between Bank and Branches13,658.6200.00 Loss by robbery at Portsmouth office in $100 notes18,900.0018,900.00 $5,775,979.30$6,401,385.88 Capital Stock$2,651,250.00$2,651,250.00 Circue Institution since 1st December at the Branches9,685.9812,758.02 Due to other Banks188,296.51190,299.70 In transit between Bank and Branches 3,268.54 Treasurer's Dec.--Circulation981,639.83 1st Jan.--Circulation1,058,228.83 Notes of other Banks: In the State365,574.05 Out of the State 9,217.00 Value of Real Estate178,55
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