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TABLE III. B.

MANUFACTURING STATISTICS.

Domestic Manufactures.
Number of yards of fulled cloth manufactured in the
families of the state, in 1844,
Number of yards of cloth not fulled,

linen, cotton, or other cloth,

1,664,366 2,650,116 2,775,657

TABLE III. C.

The following table comprises articles not enumerated in the census of 1845, but reported in the United States census for 1840. In most of the items there has been considerable increase. The statistics are for the whole state. Hardware and cutlery were manufactured in 1840 to the amount of

$1,566,974 Machinery,

2,895,517 Carriages, wagons and sleighs,

2,364,461 Sugar,

385,000 Confectionary,

386,142 Hats and Caps,

2,914,117 Bricks and lime,

1,198,527 Precious metals,

1,106,203 Other metals,

2,156,792 Tobacco,

831,570 Pottery,

159,000 Gun Powder,

142,000 Musical Instruments,

472,910 Furniture,

1,971,776 Soap,

596,991 Tallow and Wax Candles,

565,836 Drugs and Paints,

877,816 Turpentine and Varnish,

431,467 Cannon,

5,600 Small Arms,

124,600 Granite, Marble, &c.

966,220 Chocolate,

5,000

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TABLE IV.

COMMERCIAL STATISTICS.

A. Total registered, enrolled and licensed tonnage of each district in the state, 1845.

Tons.
Champlain,

3,192
Sackett's Harbor,

3,419 Oswego,

11,410 Niagara,

12 Genesee,

235 Oswegatchie,

1,456 Buffalo,

24,770 Sag Harbor,

28,348 New York city,

550,359

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B. COMMERCE OF THE STATE.
Ships cleared in 1845,

tons, 1,340,968 Crews,-Men,

86,770 Boys,

1,362 Ships entered in 1845,

tons, 1,450,711 Crews,-Men,

$6,430 Boys,

1,449 Tons of shipping built in 1845,

29,432

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E. INTERNAL NAVIGATION, CANALS. Number of tons of products of the forest transported on all the canals of the State in 1845,

881,774 Value of do.

$6,472,237 Number of tons of agricultural produce transported on all the canals of the State in 1845,

555,160 Value of do.

$29,479,488 Number of tons of manufactures transported on all the canals of the State in 1845,

160,638 Value of do.

$6,994,932 Number of tons of merchandise carried, &c.

151,450 Value of do.

$52,542,336 Number of tons of other articles,

228,543 Value of do.

$5,140,866 Total number of tons,

1,977,565 Total value,

$100,629,859 Property cleared from the Hudson river on all the canals in 1845,

$55,453,998 Property which came to the Hudson from all the canals in 1845,

$45,452,301

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Total arrived and cleared, $100,906,299* Tolls on all the canals from September 30, 1845, to September 30, 1846,

$2,764,121

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MINING STATISTICS, 1840.1 Cast Iron, tons, 29,088,

Value, $972,640 Bar Iron, 53,697,

4,295,440 Lead, lbs. 670,000,

20,100 Other metals,

84,564 Granite and other stone,

1,541,480 Salt, bushels, 2,867,884,

716,971 Total value, $7,531,195

* This includes those canals which are not the property of the State.
+ These statistics are for the most part far below the truth.

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GOVERN O-RS OF THE STATE.

TABLE VI.

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Governors of the State.
1. UNDER THE DUTCH.
*19. John Montgomery,

1728-31 20. Rip Van Dam,

1731-32 1. Peter Minuit, 1624—33 *21. William Cosby,

1732-36 2. Wouter Van Twiller, 1633–37 22. George Clarke,

1736-43 3. William Kieft, 1637–47 23. George Clinton,

1743-53 4. Peter Stuyvesant,

1647-64*24. Sir Danvers Osborne, 1753 25. James De Lancey,

1753-55 2. UNDER THE ENGLISH.

26. Sir Charles Hardy, - 175557 *27. James De Lancey,

1757-60 1. Richard Nicolls,

1664–67 28. Cadwallader Colden, 1760—61 2. Francis Lovelace, - 1667–731 29. Robert Monkton,

1761 30. Cadwallader Colden, 1761-65

1765-69 DUTCH ADMINISTRATION RESUMED. *31. Sir Henry Moore,

32. Cadwallader Colden, 1769–70 5. Anthony Colve,

1673–74 33. John, Lord Dunmore, 1770—71 34. William Tryon,

1771–77 ENGLISH ADMINISTRATION RESUMED.

INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT. 3. Edmoud Andross,

1674483 4. Thomas Dongan, 1683-88 1. George Clinton,

1777-95 5. Edmond Andross, 1688–89 2. John Jay,

1795-1801 6. Jacob Leisler, 1689–91 3. George Clinton,

1801-04 *7. Henry Sloughter, 1691 4. Morgan Lewis,

1804-07 8. Richard Ingoldsby, 1691-92 5. Daniel D. Tompkins,

1807-17 1692-98 9. Benjamin Fletcher.

1817-22

6. De Witt Clinton, *10. Richard, Earl of Bello.

7. Joseph C. Yates,

1822-24 mont, 1698-1701 *8. De Witt Clinton,

1824-28 11. John Nanfan, 1701-02 9. Nathaniel Pitcher,

1828-29 12. Lord Cornbury, 1702–08 10. Martin Van Buren,

1829 *13. John, Lord Lovelace, 1708–09 11. Enos T. Throop,

1829–33 14. Richard Ingoldsby, 1709-10 12. William L. Marcy, 1833–38 15. Gerardus Beekman, 1710 13. William H. Seward, 183842 16. Robert Hunter,

1710-19 14. William C. Bouck, 1842–44 17. Peter Schuyler, 1719-20 15. Silas Wright,

1844-46 *18. William Burnet, 1720—28 16. John Young, :

1846

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* The administration of those Governors marked by an asterisk, (*) was termi. nated by death

NOTE. A few errors escaped notice till the last sheet was in press.

The only ones of importance are the following. Page 17. 3d paragraph, for “The first four are navigated,”, read, “They are all navigated.” Page 51 5th paragraph, for "1626," read

1629.”, Page 81, 7th paragraph for “ 1778," read “ 1779." Page 84, 6th paragraph, for “ 1785," read “ 1795.' Page 127, 4th paragraph, St. John's College at Rose Hill, Westchester County, should have been added to the list of Colleges and omitted on the next page.Page_192, Map of Montgomery County, the County Seat should be in 9, instead of 4. Page 224, 5th paragraph for "from east to west," read “from west to east.” Page 248, last line, for Otsego read Otisco. Page 290, Map of Essex County, 5 should be 3, and the north-eastern town should be 5. Page 310, for XXIV, read XXXIV.

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