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Condition of the Monticello Bank.

Monticello Bank,

Charlottesville, Va., Sept. 11th, 1861.
Hon. John Letcher, Governor of Virginia:
Dear Sir:
--I herewith enclose you a statement of the condition of this Bank to 1st July last.

Very respectfully,
B. C. Flannagan, Cashier

statement of the condition of the Monticello Bank, June 30, 1861.

Capital stock$333,300.00
Real estate, including Bank building14,514.23
Denomination of notes:$1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100.
Notes and checks of other Banks68,873.00
Deposits, including certificates77,644.81
Loans to Directors18,030.00
Debts due to Banks13,551.99
Debts due from Banks121,751.51
Bad debts
Doubtful debts
Contingent fund20,708.98

We, the undersigned, Directors of the Monticello Bank, have examined the above statement, and believe it to be correct.

John Wood, Jr.,

C. D. Everett,

F. K. Nelson,

T. J. Wertenbaker.

Corporation of Charlottesville:

This day B. C. Flannagan, Cashier of the Monticello Bank, made oath before me that the above statement is true, as he verily believes.

Sept. 11, 1861. A. P. Abell, Alderman.

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