Fortune's Epitome of the Stocks & Public Funds; Containing Every Necessary Information for Understanding the Nature of Those Securities, and the Manne

Fortune's Epitome of the Stocks & Public Funds; Containing Every Necessary Information for Understanding the Nature of Those Securities, and the Manne

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1838 edition. Excerpt: ... late to be examined in time for my report. However, I have reason to believe there will again be an improvement in the receipts, even without these two provinces contributing to it.." The revenue of this year, from which the important branch of the tithes has been transferred to the provincial revenues, will probably not altogether equal that of last year, although the budget has increased the rate of some imposts; but by comparing the monthly balance sheet of each of the different departments with those of last year, particularly the importations, it is evident there is a progressive increase in all the provinces which have not been disturbed by commotions and troubles. "public Debt--External. " The state of our external debt on the 30th of June, 1837, will be the following: --" Brazilian Loans. " Real capital. 3,400,000. " N ominal capital. 4,455,400 "Amortization already made 423,700 - 4,031,700 "Whole amount of sinking fund due 461,616 10 "There is further owing to the guarantee of the amount of one half-year's dividend on the whole of these loans; of the amortization of the first million, and of half of the. 400,000.. 121,048 0 " Total amount due to the foreign Brazilian debt. 582,664 0 " Portuguese loan adopted by Brazil. Nominal capital. 1,400,000 Reduced in 1826 and 1827. 100,000 And between December 1835 and June 1837, four half years 100,0"0 200,000 " Circulating nominal capital 1,200,000 " Debt due thereon, for interest at 5 per rent, on the capital of. 1,300,000, since the first half-year or 1828, to the same period in 1835 inclu-sive, which the Portuguese government paid on account of Brazil 487,500...show more

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