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entitled to take precedence of all other metals, for the several usee to which it may be applied. The French Marine Commission have recommended its use in the French Navy, and J. W. P. Lewis, Esq., an accomplished engineer of Philadelphia, who speaks from actual observation, and careful notice of the results of several experiments made on galvanized iron, fully coincides in the views taken by Brande aad others, that iron, when galvanized, is fully protected against rust, and we hope ere long to see it universally adopted in every section of the country.

The principal establishment at present engaged in its manufacture is that of McCullough & Co., who, in 1847, erected works on an extensive scale, at North East, Cecil county, Md., on the line of the Philadelphia, Wilmington, and Baltimore Railroad, for the manufacture of all kinds of sheet and flue iron. They have also just completed an extensive rolling mill in the same county, on the Big Elk Creek, about two miles from Elkton, Md., operated by water-power, with a fall of over twenty feet. The fly wheel of this mill is over twenty feet in diajneter, weighs 40,000 pounds, and is capable of making ninety revolutions per minute. The rolls are thirty-six inches in length and twenty-four in diameter, and are calculated expressly for the manufacture of the galvanized sheet iron, for which purpose these new works were designed. The sheets are rolled from the best charcoal blooms, and have been found far superior to the English make, as they will work into many articles for which the foreign will not answer, being too brittle and not suitable for flanging or seaming, as practised in metal roofing, being liable to crack or break by that process, and consequently making the roof imperfect; whereas the iron from McCullough & Co.'s is so malleable as to entirely obviate that objection. It is seamed on in the same way as tin, and is now being very generally used in place of the latter, being cheaper and more permanent. The foundry of Mr. Huston, as well as many others in this locality, and the Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank in Chestnut street, Philadelphia, are roofed with corrugated sheets of this material, which for beauty and durability cannot be excelled. The iron is first rolled at the works, and then gent to their establishment in Wilmington, where it is galvanized and prepared for the market.

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BanK of Connersville.

State Stock Bank of Indiana

Government Stock Bank

Merchant's Bank

Prairie City Bank

Southern Bank of Indiana

Wabash Valley Bank

State Stock Bank

Gra mercy Bank

Indiana Stock Bank

Plymouth Bank

Drovers' Bank

Public Stock Bank

Bank of North America

State Stock Security Bank

Traders' Bank

Western Bank

Canal Bank

Fayette Co. Bank

Northern Indiana Bank

New York Stock Bank

The Bank of Indiana

Elkart Co. Bank

Steuben Co. Bank •

Crescent City Bank

Indiana Bank.

Central Bank

Bank bf Albany

State Stock Bank

Bank of Covington

Gr^at Western Bank

Bank of Rochester

N. York & Virginia State Stock Bk

Bank of Kenssalaer

Wayne Bank

Bank of Attica

Delaware County Bank ••

Bank of Goshen

Lagrange Bank i

Hoosier Bank

Upper Wabash Bank

Perry County Bank

Wayne Bank

Farmers' Bank

Traders' Bank

Kentucky Stock Bank

Farmers' & Mechanics' Bank"...

Cennersville,

Peru,

Lafayette,

Same place,

Terre Haute,

Terre Haute,

Logan?port,

Same Place,

Lafayette,

Laport,

Plymouth,

Rome,

Newport,

Newport,

Newport,

Indianapolis,

Plymouth,

Evansville,

Connersville,

Logansport,

Yincennes,

Michigan City,

Goshen,

Angola,

Evansville,

Madison,

Indianapolis,

New Albany,

James town,

Covington,

Terre Haute,

Rochester,

Evansville,

Renssalaer,

Log-ansporte,

Attica,

Muncie,

Goshen,

Lima,

Logansport,

Wabash,

Cannelton,

Richmond,

Westfield,

Terre Haute,

Columbus,

Indianapolis,

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deposited, Notes issued, and Description of State Stocks, Free Banks.

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$517,681 Indiana 5 per cents. Ohio 6 per cents.

189,119 Indinna 5 & 2>£ per cents.

87,210 Indiana 5 per cents. Missouri 6 per cents.

50,0)0 Indiana 5 per cents.
119,983 Indiana 5 &2}£ per cents; Virginia 6 per cents.

77,357 Virginia 6s, Michigan 6s, Indiana os, Missouri 6 per cts.
208,000 Louisiana bs, Ind. 5 & 1)i p. cts, Va. 6 p. cts, Tenn. 6 p c.
177,759 Indiana 5 p. cts, Michigan 5 p. cts, Pennsylvania 5 p. cts.

71,320 Indiana 5 per cts, Virginia 6 per. cts, Louisiana 6 per cents. 100,154!Michiian 6 per cents, Indiana 5 per cents.

50,500,Indiana 5 per cents, Virginia 6 per cents.

49,798 Indiana 5 per cents.
109,314 Indiana 5 &2>£ per cents."

60,000 Indiana 5 per cents.

100,000 Indiana 5 p. cts, Pennsylvania 5 p. cts, Virginia 6 per cts:
62,566 Indiana 5 & 2)£ per cents, Georgia 6 per cents.
100,000 Indiana 5 per cents and Virginia 6 per cents.
70,000, Indiana 5 per cents, Missouri 6 per cents.
81,250 Virginia 6 per cents, Kentucky 6s, Indiana 5 & 2^ per cts.
100,000 Indiana 5 per cents and Missouri 6 per cents.

190,000

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68,4001 189,600

63,512 337,000 155,000 139,000 170,000 236,000 114,000 120,900 144,479

90,000

Virginia 6 per cents.
Indiana 5 per cents and Missouri 6 per cents.
North Carolina 6 per cents and Louisiana 6 per cents.
Indiana 5 & 2)^ per cts, Missouri and Louisiana 6 per cts.
Indinana 5 per cents and Kentucky 6 per cents.
Indiana 2)^ & 5 per cents, Missouri 6 per cents.
Virginia o per cents.

Indiana 5 & 2{ per cents and Virginia 6 per cents.
Virginia and Ohio 6 per cents.

Indiana 5 p. cts, Virginia 6 per cts. Louisiana 6 per cents-
Virginia 6 per cents-
Missouri 6 p. cts, Va 6s, Louisiana 6s, Tennessee 6 per els.
Virginia, Georgia and Kentucky 6 per cents.
Pennsylvania 5 per cents, Louisiana 6 per cents.
Virginia and Ohio 6 per cents.
Indiana 5 per cents and Virginia 6 per cents.
Indiana 2{ and 5 per cents.

110/KH) Indiana 2j &5 p.*c., Penn. 5s, Tenn. 5s, Louisiana 6 p. cti.

51,6 IZ Louisiana 6s, Ind. 5 & 24 p. cts, N. Carolina 6s, Tenn. 6 p c.

49,985 Missouri and Louisina 6 per cents.
195,000 Virginia 6 per cents.

73,000 Pennsylvania 6 per cents and Indiana 5 per cents.
1C0,000 Virginia 6 per cents.

87,152 Indiana 5 & 2\ per cents, Missouri and Virginia 6 per cents.
49,998 Indiana 5 per cents.

35,496 Missouri os, Ky. 6 p. c., La. 6s, Georgia 6 p. c., Ind. 5 p.c. 36,000 Louisiana 6 per cent.

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JOHN P. DUNN, Auditor of State,

Per W. H. Mcdonald.

?3 to 85 pers cents. Indiana 2^9, do do at 5ft to 55 do.

tion. We have also paid off over $100,000 of the principal of our State debt,

$100,000 circulation has been returned, and Bonds taken up. Every day this

J. P. D0N1*.

the Railroad Record—Sept. 7., 1754.

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