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Recapitulation of the condition of the Banks of the State of Pennsylvania.

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Name.

Statement of the condition of the Banks in Delaware, near January 1, 1851.

Farmers' Bank
Bank of Delaware
Bank of Smyrna..
Delaware City Bank.
Union Bank.

Bank of Wilmington and
Brandywine

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Total of 6 banks and 3 branches.

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* Of $300,000, the capital of Union Bank, $153,175 is called in.

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of the State of Pennylan

Due by other
banks.

$162,046 67

31,377 05

53,591 04

11,470 68

31,419 00

16,642 38

306,566 82

Name.

Statement of the condition of the Banks in Delaware-Continued.

Place.

Notes of other
banks.

Specie funds.

$33,695 78 11,082 29

6,770 96

16,310 87 $22,543 15 9,743 00

Specie.

Farmers' Bank.
Bank of Delaware.
Bank of Smyrna.
Delaware City Bank..
Union Bank.

Dover
Wilmington
Smyrna
Delaware city.
Delaware city.
Wilmington

*25,601 33

12,636 32

19,647 00

Bank of Wilmington
and Brandywine...

Wilmington

28,479 47

Total of 6 banks and 3 branches. 74,602 90 22,543 15 188,253 48

$70,155 34

31,734 02

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* The notes of the Bank of Smyrna are almost entirely redeemed in Philadelphia, and the sum retained in specie is less than would otherwise be deemed

proper.

The Farmers' Bank of Delaware, at Dover, has branches at Wilmington, Newcastle, and Georgetown.

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Statement of the condition of the Banks of Baltimore, Maryland, January 1, 1851.

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Statement of the condition of the Banks of Baltimore, Maryland-Continued.

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