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IN ASSEMBLY,

January 18, 1834.

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ANNUAL REPORT

Of H. M. Hopkins, an Inspector of Lumber in the

village of Gibbonsville, county of Albany.

To the Honorable the Legislature of the State of New-York.

Lumber measured and inspected by H. M. Hopkins, of Gibbonsville, Albany county, in the year ending December 31st, 1833.

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Superficial feet. Fees. Price per M. White pine measured,

185,752 $46 43 815 00 White pine inspected, first quality, ..

2,181

31 00
second quality,
3,599

21 00
third quality, :
4,449

17 00 fourth quality, 55,708 24 42 11 00 Whitewood inspected, first quality, ..

52,569

32 87 14 50 second quality,

35,273 Basswood measured, .

9,749

8 00 Hemlock measured, ...

11,965

10 00 Maple measured, ....

2,392

14 00 White ash measured,

2,658

7 38 14 00 Black walnut measured,..

2,819 0 62 30 00 White pine cubic feet,

737 0 95 130 00

Fees received,

$112 67

H. M. HOPKINS,

Inspector.

[Assem. No. 92.)

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IN ASSEMBLY,

January 21, 1834.

ANNUAL REPORT

Of Francis Peckwell, Inspector-General of Staves

and Heading in the city of New York.

To the Honorable the Legislature of the State of New-York. Report of the inspector-general of staves and heading in the city and county of New York, stating the number of staves and heading culled in the city of New-York, from the first January, 1833, to first January, 1834.

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Amount of Staves and Heading culled in the city of New-York.

Pipes. W. 0. Hhds. Heading. R. O. Hhds. Bbls. Staves and heading the produce of the State of New-York, 1,800,547 i 2,149,982 39,997 84,303 66,742 from other States, ...

400,114

266,904 40,157 | 1,191,096 125,549

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From the State of New York,

other states, .....

171,683 88,326

234,914 | 10,528 94,939

15,553

58,408 303,250

250 | 185,686

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