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List of Ships of the United States Navy.-- Continued.

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Losses From War in Twenty-five

Size of Oceans, Seas, Bays, and
Years (1855-80.)

Lakes.
Killed in battle, or died
of wounds and disease.

Oceans.

Sq. Miles. Oceans. Sq. Miles. Crimean war.

150,000

Pacific, about. .80,000,000 Southern, about... 10,000,000 Italian war, 1859..

45,000 Atlantic,
.40.000.000 Arctic,

5,000,000 War of Schleswig-Holstein..

3,000 Indian,

20,000,000 American civil war--the North.

280.000 the South..

520,000 War between Prussia, Austria, and

The seas, bays, gulfs, etc., connected with Italy, in 1866..

45,000 each ocean, are included in the foregoing estiExpeditions to Mexico, Cochin-China,

mate. Morocco, Paraguay, etc...

The exact superficial extent of the

65,000 Franco-German war, 1870-71-France... 155,000 several oceans is not known with certainty,

* -Germ'ny.

60,000

nor the exact proportion of land and water. Russian and Turkish war of 1877...

225,000 Zulu and Afghan wars, 1879...

40,000
Seas. Length in Miles. Seas.

Length in Miles.
Total
1,588,000 Mediterranean, about..2,000 Caspian, about.

610

600 Roman and Arabic Numerals,

Caribbean, about....... 1,800 Baltic,
China,
.1,700 Okhotsk, “

600 I.. 1 XXX

.1,400 White,

450) II 2 XL 40 Japan, 1,000 Aral,

250 III 3 L 50 Black,

932 IV 4 LX 60 Bays. Length in Miles.

Bays. Length in Miles. 5 LXX.

70 Hudson, about...... ..1,200 Chesapeake, about..... 200 VI. 6 LXXX or XXC 80 Baffin's,

600 VII 7 XC.

90 VIII

Length Width

Lakes. 8 C

Length Width

Lakes. IX

Miles. Miles. 9 CC

Miles. Miles. 200 10 CCC

300

Superior.... 380 120 XI.

Great Bear. 150 40 11 CCCC.

400
Baikal
360 35

125 XII.

Ladoga.....

75 12 D.

500

Michigan.. 330 60 XIII

123 Champlain.

12 13 DC.

600 XIV

Great Slave. 300 45

120 Nicaragua

40 14 DCC

700
Huron

250 90 XV

Lake of the
15 DCCC.

800
Winnipeg...

40
Woods ...

70 25 XVI 16 CM.

900
Erie..

50 Geneva....

50 XVII

10 17

1000

Athabaska.. 200 20 XVIII

Constance.

10 18 MM

2000

Ontario... 180 40 XIX

36 Cayuga..

4 19 MDCCCXCIX,

1899

150 Maracaybo..

60 XX

George.

36

3 20

30 Red,

100

240 270

M.

Distances Between European Cities.

LONDOX LIVERPOOL 202

PARIS 489 287 MADRID 908 1397 1195

LISBON 415 1323 1812 1610 TRAVELING DISTANCES

ANTWERP 1530 1119 211 472 270 BETWEEN THE

HAMBURG 412 1804 1495 587 859 657 PRINCIPAL CITIES IN EUROPE

BERLIN 178 497 1889 1582 674 948 746 IN MILES.

BERNE 611 678 460 1602 1183 359 845 646

TURIN 297 837 839 719 1506 1073 500 989 787 VIENNA 720 535 427 605 727 2167 1668 849 1182 MUNICH 266 470 295 401 579 522 1897 1477 582 970

ROME 647 810 414 639 1048 1180 1033 1746 1223 907 1397 1196 TRIESTE 510 487 370 391 533 888 1066 1009 1828 1416 863 1352 1150

WARSAW 806 1276 702 436 1156 1021 398 576 895 2593 1925 1067 1557 1355 CONSTANTINOPLE 1205 1725 2138 1564 1298 2018 1883 1699 1903 2025 3345 2718 1899 2232 2030

ODESSA 363 842 1330 1800 1226 960 1680 1545 1240 1418 1737 3117 2625 1760 3119 1917

Moscow 950 1339 811 1617 2087 1513 1247 1967 1832 1209 1387 1706 3414 2904 1843 2117 1915 ST. PETERSBURG 40611356 1733 693 1769 2239 1395 399 2119 1714 1091 1269 1588 3286 2874 1699 1976 1774

STOCKHOLM 430 836 1510 2108 1082 1171 1731 1084 1110 1337 1176 685 580 993 2384 1972 1219 1491 1289 COPENHAGEN | 416' 846 1252 1510 1510 668 1067 1318 671 697 1047 885 270 208 620 2012 1600 812 1181 979

Greatest Altitude in Each State.
FROM THE RECORDS OF THE UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY.
STATE OR

Heig't, STATE OR
Name of Place.

Name of Place.

Heig't, TERRITORY. Feet. TERRITORY.

Feet. Alabama Cheauha Mt. (Talladega Co.).. 2.407 Montana.. Mt. Douglas...

11,300 Alaska... Not named...

19,500 Nebraska.
White River Summit

4,876 Arizona San Francisco Mt.

12,794 Nevada..
Wheeler Peak,

13,036 Arkansas Magazine Mt. 2,800 New Hampshire. Mt. Washington

6,286 California Mt. Whitney

14,898
New Jersey.. Kittatinny Mt....

1,630 Colorado.. Blanca Peak.. 14,464 New Mexico.. Cerro Blanco.

14,269 Connecticut. Bear Mt.

2,355
New York.. Mt. Marcy (Adirondack).

5,379 Delaware. Dupont.. 282 North ('arolina.. Mt. Mitchell...

6,703 Dis. of Columbia Tenley: 400 North Dakota Sentinel Butte

2,707 Florida. Mossyhead

263
Obio....
Ontario...

1,376 Georgia Enota Mt.

4,798 Oklahoma. Idaho Hyndian Peak 12,073 Oregon... Mt. Hood.

11,225 Illinois.. Warren 1,009 Pennsylvania.... Negro Mt.

2,896 Indiana.. Haley.. 1,140 Rhode Island, Durfee Hill.

805 Indian Territory Sugarloaf

2,600 South Carolina.. Rocky Mt. (Pickens Co.).. 3,600 Iowa... Ocheyedan. 1,554 South Dakota.... Harney Peak.

7,368 Kansas. Kanarado 3,906 Tennessee... Mt. Leconte.

6.612 Kentucky Big Black Mt. (Harlan Co.)... 4,100 Texas....

Chinati,
Louisiana. Mansfield..

321 Utah.
Mt. Emmons.

13.694 Maine.... Katahdin Mt..

5,200 Vermont
Mt. Mansfield.

4.329 Maryland Great Backbone Mt.

3,400 Virginia. Mt. Rogers (Grayson Co.) 5,719 Massachusetts. Mt. Greylock. 3,535 Washington. Mt. Rainier..

14,500 Michigan Porcupine Mt.

2,023 West Virginia... Spruce Mt. (Pendleton Co.).... 4,860 Minnesota Mesabi Range. 2,000 Wisconsin. Summit Lake

1,732 Mississippi. Pontotoc Ridge.. 566 Wyoming........ Fremont Peak.

13.790 Missouri.. Cedar Gap.....

1.675 * Mt. St. Elias, supposed to be the highest point in Alaska, is now believed to be in Canadian territory. There are reports of mountains in Alaska sar to the northwest higher than Mt. St. Elias, but not yet verified.

+ Western end of Beaver County, Oklahoma, reaches 5,000 feet elevation.

All the Famous Diamonds.-Follow- Treasure Cost in Recent Wars.ing is an accurate list of the largest diamonds The cost of recent wars, according to figures in the world :

furnished by the London Peace Society, is as

follows: CARATS CUT.

NAME
POSSESSOR.
Crimean war

$1,700.000.000 (UNCUT).

Italian war, 1859. 1680 Braganza..

300,000,000 .King of Portugal. American civil war-North 367 .Rajah of Mattan.

4,700,000,000

South (Borneo.)

2,300,000,000 254 Star of the South... Schleswig-Holstein war...

35.000.000
Orlofr...
194

Austrian and Prussian war, 1866.
Czar of Russia.

330,000,000 13922 Florentine.

Empress Austria.

Expeditions to Mexico, Morocco, Para-
King of Portugal. Franco-Prussian war..

guay, etc. (say only)...
1382

200.000.000 13631 Pitt..

2,500.000.000 .King of Prussia. 7935

Russian and Turkish war, 1877..

Queen of Engl’nd. Zulu and Afghan wars, 1879.. 10615 Koh-i-noor.

1,100.000.000 $6 Shah.... .(zar of Russia.

50,000,000 8214 Pigott

.Messrs. Rundell
and Bridge.

$13,265,000.00 78

This would allow $10 for every man, woman, Nassac..

L'd Westminster. 112 674Blue...

and child on the habitable globe, It would 53 Sancy.

Czar of Russia. 8812 412 Dudley.

.Earl of Dudley.

make two railways all round the world at 40

Pacha of Egypt.. Khed’ve of Eg' pt. $250,000 per mile each.

S||||

Grocer's Table.

followed, and then the magistrates, priests, sen12 things make.

i dozen. ators, and knights laid hold of the ropes and 12 dozen make.

1 gross. moved the mighty stone to its proper position. 12 gross make.

1 great gro89. 20 things make

1 score.

In a hollow cut in the stone were placed ingots 196 pounds of flour make..

1 barrel.

of gold, silver, and other metals which had not 200 pounds of beef or pork make

1 barrel. 135 pounds of potatoes or apples make.. 1 barrel. been melted in any furnace. With the Jews 280 pounds of salt make..

1 barrel.

the corner stone was considered an emblem of 400 pounds of molasses make..

1 barrel. 200 pounds of sugar make.

1 barrel. power, and they also performed ceremonies at 240 pounds of lime make.

1 barrel. 100 pounds of fish make.

1 quintal.

its laying. In mediæval times the rite was 100 pounds of nails make..

1 keg.

taken up by the Order of Free Masons, and 50 pounds of soap make..

1 box. 20 pounds of raisins make..

has by them been brought down to modern

1 box. 2 pounds of cigars make..

1 box. days. The Masonic ceremony of laying a cor20 pounds of soda make..

1 box.

ner stone is symbolical. The form of the stone, 40 pounds of cheese make..

1 box. 25 pounds of tobacco make...

1 box.

a square on the surface and a perfect cube ; its 62 pounds of tea make.....

1 box.

place, at the northeast corner of the structure ; 60 pounds of saleratus make.

1 box. 25 pounds of chocolate make.

1 box.

the testing it with a square, level, and plumb, 56 pounds of butter make.

1 firkin.

and the pouring of libations of corn, wine, and o pounds of spices make.

1 can. 1100 pounds of rice make

1 tierce. oil over it,- all have their hidden meaning. 2150.42 cubic inches make

1 bushel. 231 cubic inches make

The custom of laying the corner stone with 1 gallon.

ceremonies is usually observed at the comNoted National Nicknames.-Pupils mencement of any public building, when coins in United States history and the general reader, of the current year, newspapers, and important who is at times puzzled to know who is meant, documents are placed within the stone to serve will take interest in the following list :-- as valuable historical relics when the building The Father of his Country.

Washington shall be destroyed. Old Man Eloquent...

.J. Q. Adams

Chillon, Castle of, is a celebrated castle

.Jefferson
The Sage of Monticello.
Old Hickory.

Jackson and fortress of Switzerland, in the canton of Young Hickory

Polk Great Pacifier.

..Clay

Vaud, six miles southeast of Vevay. It is sitMad Anthony.

Wayne uated at the east end of the Lake of Geneva, on Old Rough and Ready

. Taylor Expounder of the Constitution.

an isolated rock, almost entirely surrounded by

Webster Unconditional Surrender Grant.

U.S. Grant deep water, and is connected with the shore by Poor Richard..

Franklin

a wooden bridge. The castle is said to have Political Meteor.

. Randolph Little Mac..

McClellan been built by Amadeus IV., of Savoy, in 1238, Stonewall.

T.J. Jackson and it long served as a state prison. It is built Honest Abe.

Lincoln Rock of Chickamauga

. Thomas

of white stone, but though large is not of very Old Put..

Putnam imposing appearance, as its foundations only Old Tecumseh Light Horse Harry.

..Henry Lee rise a few feet above the water. The lake Uncle Robert.

...R. E. Lee here is 800 feet deep. Over one of the enFighting Joe. Bayard of the South..

...Marion trances to the castle the Bernese inscribed, in The Little Magician.

Van Buren 1643, in the German language, the words, Father of the Constitution

.James Madison The Superb...

Hancock • The Lord God save those who come in and The Rail Splitter.

.Lincoln Great American Commoner.

Thad. Stevens

go out.” In the gloomy dungeons are still to Old Ossa watomie..

..John Brown be seen the stone pillars, with strong iron rings Old Public Functionary

.James Buchanan attached, to which the unhappy prisoners were Carolina Game Cock. Teacher President.

...Garfield fettered. Chillon is famous as the prison of Father of Greenbacks.

Samuel P. Chase Bonnivard, the prior of St. Victor, who, havLittle Giant. Colossus of American Independence. John Adams ing by his efforts to free the Genevese rendered Sage of Chappaqua..

,,Greeley himself obnoxious to the Duke of Savoy, was Prince of American Letters.

W. Irving Mill Boy of the Slashes..

Clay carried off by emissaries of that potentate, and Pathfinder of the Rockies.

Fremont Cincinnatus of the West

Washington

confined here for six years, at the end of which Great Indian Apostle....

Eliot time the castle was forced to surrender to the Motoax........

King Phillip | Bernese and Genevese, when Bonnivard seCorner Stones.—The custom of laying cured his liberty, Since 1738 the castle has the corner stone of a public building with cer- been employed as a magazine for military emonies was practiced by the ancients. We stores. Chillon has been immortalized by are told that at the laying of the corner stone Byron's poem, « Prisoner of Chillon,” referwhen the capitol of Rome was rebuilt a pro- ring to the Bonnivard mentioned above. cession of vestal virgins, robed in white, sur- Pilgrim Fathers and Mothers. The rounded the stone and consecrated it with liba- names of the passengers who came over to tions of living water. A prayer to the gods America' in the Mayflower on her first trip, in the year 1620, were as follows:

Calk. To make tight the seams of a vessel. John Alden ; Mr. Isaac Allerton, Mary, his shoals.

Camel. An arrangement for assisting a ship over wife, Bartholoinew, son, and Remember and Carry Away. To break or lose a rope or spar.

Cat Block. The tackle block for hoisting the anchor. Mary, daughters; John Allerton ; Mr. William

Cat's Paw. A light puff of wind. Bradford, the second governor, and Dorothy,

Clew. To bind up.

Clew Lines. Ropes for clewing. his wife; Mr. William Brewster, their ruling

Combings. The raised edges around the hatches. elder, Mary, his wife, and Love and Wrestling Cock Pit. A room for wounded men in a war vessel.

Companion Way. cabin stairway. Brewster, his sons; John Billington, his wife, Compass. Aninstrument showing the vessel's course, Ellen, and two sons, John and Francis ; Peter Coxsvain. The steerer of a small boat.

Deadlight. An iron shutter covering a porthole. Brown ; Richard Britteridge ; Mr. John Car- Dead Reckoning. The keeping the course of a vessel ver, who was chosen first governor, and Katha- with the use of log line and compass.

Deck. The covering or floor to a ship. rine, his wife; Francis Cooke; John Cooke; Draught. The depth of water required to float a vesHumility Cooper; James Chiltou, his wife, sel.

Fathom. Six feet. and daughter Mary; John Crackston and his

Fender. A piece of wood or other material to prevent son, John; Richard Clarke; Robert Carter; the contact of two vessels. Edward Dorey ; Francis Eaton and his wife, on which the seamen stand.

Footrope. A rope extending along and under a yard Sarah ; Samnel Eaton ; Ely; Thomas Fore and Aft. From bow to stern. English; Mr. Samuel Fuller,

Forecastle. That part forward of the foremast.

physician; Foremast. The mast nearest the bow, Edward Fuller, his wife, and son, Samuel; Forge. To move slowly ahead.

Founder. To sink, Moses Fletcher; John Goodman; Richard Furl. To roll vp. Gardiner: John Hooke ; John Howland; Mr. Gatt The upper spar holding up a fore and aft sail. Stephen Hopkins, his wife, Elizabeth, two sons,

Galley. The kitchen.

Gangway. An entrance to a ship. Giles and Damarius, and two daughters, Con

Grapnel. A small anchor. stantia and Oceanus; William Holbrook; Ed

Halyards. Ropes for hoisting sails.

Hatch, or Hatchway. An opening in the deck. ward Leister ; John Langmore; William La- Heave To. To stop by bringing a ship's bow to the wind.

Hold. The interior of a vessel. tham; Mr. Christopher Martin and wife ; Mr.

Hull. The body only of a vessel. William Mullins, his wife, a son, Joseph, and a

Jaw. The mast end of a boom or gaff. daughter, Priscilla ; Edmund Margeson; Rich

Jib. A triangular sail at a ship's bow.

Jurymast. A temporary mast. ard More and brother; Ellen More; Jasper

Jibe. To shift a sail from one side to the other.

Keel. The lowest timber in a ship.
More; Degory Priest; Solomon Power ; Thomas

Knot. A nautical mile.
Rogers and son,
Joseph ; John Ridgedale and

Larboard. The left hand of a ship looking toward

the bow. his wife, Alice ; Capt. Myles Standish and Rose, Launch. To let a ship slide into the water. his wife; Henry Sampson; George Soule ; Elias

Lead. A mass of lead used in sounding.

Lee. Away from the wind.
Story; Edward Thompson; William Trevor ; Leeway. The lee motion or space of water.
Edward Tilly, his wife, Anne, and daughter,

Locker. A chest or box.
Elizabeth ; John Tilly and his wife; Thomas of a vessel.

Log or Log Line. A rope used for measuring the speed Tinker, his wife and son ; John Turner and his Log or Log Book. The ship's record or diary.

Lutt. To bring a ship nearer to the wind. two sons; Roger Wilder; Mr. Edward Wing

Manrope. A rope used in going up or down the low, sometime governor, and Elizabeth, his wife;

ship's side. Desire Winter; Mr. William White, his wife, supporting sails, rigging, etc.

Mast. An upright piece of timber set in a ship for Susanna, and a son, Resolved; Mr. Richard Masthead. The head or top of a mast.

Mess. A number of men eating together. Warren ; Thomas Williams; Gilbert Winslow. Midships. The middle, or widest part of a ship.

Mizzenmast; Mizzensail. The hindmost when there Nautical Vocabulary.

are three.

Moor. To secure a ship in any position. Abaft. Toward the stern.

Nip. A short turn, as in a rope. About. To take the opposite tack.

Painter. A rope used to secure a boat to anything. Anchor. The heavy piece of iron which holds the ship Pay Out. To slacken or give out, as to pay out a rope.

Peak. The upper and outer corner of a boom sail. Alce. On the side away from the wind.

Pintle. The bolt on which a rudder is hung. Astern. In the direction of the stern,

Port. The same as larboard. Athuart. In a line across the ship.

Port or Porthole. An opening in a ship's side to adBeating. Sailing against the wind by tacking.

mit light and air Bon. The front of a vessel.

Quarter. The stern portion of a ship's side. Bend. To fasten; as, to bend on a rope.

Rake. The inclination of a mast. Berth. A ship's anchorage, or a narrow shelf for Reef. A portion of the sail which is clewed up when sleeping on.

the wind is too high to expose the whole. Block A pulley.

Reef. To take up such a portion. Bolt Rope. The rope surrounding the sail to which it is Reeve. To pass the end of a rope through a pulley, ete. sewed.

Rigging. A term applied generally to a vessel's ropes, Boom. The spar at the bottom of a sail by which it is etc. extended.

Road. An open space of water where ships nay Brace. A rope attached to a boom or yard by which anchor. they are moved.

Rowlock. Arrangement for giving purchase to an oar Bulkhead. A partition within the hull.

in rowing. Buluarks. The sides of a vessel surrounding and ex- Rudder. The contrivance which stecrs a vessel. tending above the deck.

Scud. To sail before a heavy wind or gale. Cable. A strong rope or chain.

Sail. The sheet of canvas which is exposed to the Caboose. A kitchen on deck,

wind and gives motion to the vessel.

at rest.

Seams. Where the ship's planks join.
Sheet. A rope for controlling and moving a sail.
Shore. A prop under a beam.
Skipper. The name given generally to the master of
a small vessel.

Sloop. A vessel with but one mast.
Sound. To ascertain the depth of the water.
Spar. A name applied to a mast, boom, gaff, yard, etc.
Stern. The rear portion of a vessel.
Stay. A rope supporting or keeping in place a mast.

Tack. To go against the wind in a zigzag course, and to change a ship's course by shifting her rudder and sails.

Taut. Tight.
Thwarts. A boat's seats.
Tiller. A bar for moving a rudder.

Trick. A sailor's duration of time in steering.

Warp. To move a vessel by a line fastened at the end to an anchor.

Watch. A certain portion of time for duty.
Wake. The track left in the water by a moving vessel.
Weather. Toward the wind.
Weigh Anchor. To raise the anchor.

Waist. That portion of the deck between the quar-
ter deck and forecastle.
Windlass. A machine for raising the anchor or cargo.
Windward. The point from whence the wind blows.
Yacht. A sailing vessel used for pleasure.
Yard. A spar supporting and extending a sail.
Yardarm. 'Either half of a yard.
Yaw. A movement causing a temporary change of

Pension Statistics.

Number.

Amount.

6 1

$1,341.73

UNITED STATES.
Alabama.....
Alaska .....
Arizona
Arkansas.
California..
Colorado.
Connecticut..
Dela ware..
District of Columbia.
Florida....
Georgia.
Idaho
Illinois..
Indiana
Indian Territory.
Iowa
Kansas.
Kentucky.
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts.
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi.
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada..
New Hampshire.
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York...
North Carolina
North Dakota.
Ohio
Oklahoma,
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island.
South Carolina
South Dakota..
Tennessee.
Texas
Utah
Vermont.
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming....

Total in States and Territories

FOREIGN COUNTRIES. Austria-Hungary Algiers... Argentine Republic. Australia.. Azores Islands Bahamas.. Belgium Bermuda Bolivia.

course.

Number.

Amount.

1
2,192

10
16
1
3
4

6,00

300.00 332,088.47

966.53 3,138.93

180.00 468.00 405.00 165.87

480.00 3,484.50

3,121

3,780 $508,098.27

8,970.14 619

87,895.31 10,949 1,521.527.82 16,981 2,442.231.65

7,307 1,001,617.20 12,015 1,410,115.59 2,740 419,917.57 8,629 1,532,120.97

426,058.07 3,770 495,737.07 1,218 177,297.17 70,767 10,371,293.73 67,139 10,902,433.06

2,682 369,728.01 37,977 5,519,978.61 41,629 6,472,994.49 28,980 4,309,049.75

5,285 868,234.65 20,935 3,127,655.53 12,905 1,789,363.91 38,692 5,606,197.45 45,436 7,209,436.93 16,650 2,420,956.67

4,122 555,126.80 53,649 7,455,681.72

1,392 203,951.89 17,627 2,764,084.78

264 37,292.73 9,204 1,392,039.09 20,775 2,555,095.89

1,483 219,114.38 89,051 12,619,366.22 4,064 561,292.50

1,769 232,030.93 105,864 16,166,264.16

6,627 933,787.91

4,932 712,008.86 104,376 13,164,211.79

4,402 519,129.51 1,743 227.332.94 4,842 638,856.04 18,434 2.732,349.25 8,000 1,042,628.40

796 115,171.58 9,635 1,504,170.78 8,797 1,352,384.37 5,336 780,977.54 12,953 2,058,753.48 28,197 4,308,186.05

708 104,818.03 989,343 143,982,017.24

FOREIGN COUNTRIES

Continued.
Brazil
British Guiana.
Bulgaria..
Canada.
Chile.
China
Comora Islands..
Costa Rica..
Cuba..
Cyprus.
Danish West Indies.
Denmark.
Dutch East Indies..
Dutch West Indies
Ecuador..
England.
Egypt..
Finland
France
Germany..
Greece.
Guatemala.
Hawaii
Honduras
India.
Ireland
Isle of Man.
Italy..
Japan
Korea
Liberia.
Madeira
Malta..
Mauritius
Mexico..
Netherlands
New Zealand.
Nicaragua.
Norway
Paraguay
Peru
Portugal
Russia..
San Salvador.
Scotland.
Seychelles Islands.
Siam
South African Republic.
Spain..
St. Helena.
Sweden
Switzerland.
Tahiti.
Turkey.
United States of Colombia
Uruguay.
Wales
West Indies
Total in Foreign Countries.

Grand Total.

330.00 3

338.00 320 48,479.25

120.00 1

180.00 62

9,392.75 632 95,748.45

732.00

540.00 29 4,393.50

763.00

372.00 428 64,842.75 2

276.00 34 5,151.00 12 2,195.70

360.00 639.00

552.00 2

288.00 1

96.00 112 16,968.25 10

2,607.20 8

978.00 2

1,084.47 40 10,259.53

907.73 1,081.60 1,362.00

690.75

552.00 12,726.00

324.00

468.00 3

576.00 7

1,069.50

144.00 6,817.50 11,211.00

232.50

1,007.00 3

144.00 3

546.00 13 1,834.20

14 2,130.00 4,371 669,862.56 993,714 144,651,879.80

27 2

$4,090.15

540.00

487.20 5,908.85

164.40

240.00 2,272.50 1,099.33

521.47

2 15 8 1

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