Monthly Magazine, December 1, 1805

Monthly Magazine

December 01, 1805

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Monthly Magazine (Newspaper) - December 1, 1805, London, Middlesex THE MONTHLY MAGAZINE. No. 136.] DECEMBER l, J 805. [5, of Vol. 20. ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS. For the Monthly Magazine. trade of america. VALUE of the exports from the United Slates of America for the year ending 30th September, 1804. Dtllars. New-Hamplhire, - Maliachu.fetts, Vermont, Rhode-Ifland, � - Connecticut, New. York, New-Jerfey, Pennfyivania, - Delaware, Maryland, Diftrtft of Columbia, Virginia, North-Carolina, South-Carolina, Georgia, 716,091 16,894,379 i.735>67� 1,516,110 16,081,28* 24,829 11,030,157 697,396 9.151.939 1,452,198 5,790,001 928,687 7,451,616 2.077.57* Territory of the United States, 1,959,423 Total, 77,699,074 The above account {hews the extent of foreign trade pofleffed by the refpective ftates. The proportion of exports confuting of the produce or manufa&ure of the United States and of foreign merchandize was as follows : Domeftic, Foreign, Total, Dollars. 4-'.467.477 36,231,597 "77,699,074 The domeftic produce is diltinguifhed into the productions of the fea, of the fo-rtft, of agriculture, and manufactures, the amount of each defcriprion being as follows i. the sea. Dollars. Produce of fifheries, confiding of dried fifh, pickled ditto, whale-oil, whalebone, and fpermaceti, - - 3,420,000 Monthly Mag. No, 13S. the forest. Dollars. Skins and furs, and ginfeng, 1,040,000) Wood, viz. boards, itaves, fhingles,hewn timber,mafts, bark, &c. - - 2,628,00a Pot and peari-afhes, tar, turpentine, pitch, and rolin, 962,000 agriculture. Product of animals, viz. beef, tallow, hides, live cattle, butler, cheefe, pork, &c. 4,030,00a Horfes and mules, - 270,00a Vegetable food, viz. wheat, flour, and bifcuir, Indian corn and meal, rice, rye, oats, potatoes, apples, &c. 12,250,000 Tobacco, - - 6,000,000 Cotton, -  - 7,650,000 Flax-feed, hops, hemp, indigo, &c. ... 690,000 manufactures. Of domeftic materials, - 1,650,000 Of foreign materials, - 450,000 Articles not diftinguifhed in the returns, manufactured or agricultural, - - 427,000 Total, 41,467,000 The foreign produce exported confuted chiefly of tea, fugar, coffee, cocoa, fpices, wines, &c. The quantity of tea was 1,219,233 Ib�. Of foreign fugar, - 74,172,220 lbs. Of coffee, - - 4.8,312,713 lbs. Of cocoa, - - 695,135 lbs. Of pepper and all other fpices, - . 5,282,232 lbs. Of foreign fpirits, 1,119,059 gallons.' The deftiiiation of tlie exports of the United States is principally to the Weft-Indies, Great Britain, France, Holland, and Spain-; but fome fmaller branches of their commerce begin to appear in all the trading parts of the world. The following flatement (hews the proportions of the 3 'D exf jtts ;