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Int. on Loan to Albany city,
Do. Deposit of the fund,
Amount due from Seneca and Cayuga ,

Canal Fund,

63,957 86

$1,613,593 12

668,092 80

Deduct Expenditure,
Estimated balance of Revenue, after

deducting all charges for 1829,

$945,500 32

A LIST of the principal places on the Canals, and their distances from each other, as adopted by the Canal Board.

JUNCTION AND ERIE CANALS.

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ALBANY,
Troy,
Junction,
Schenectady,
Amsterdam,
Schoharie Creek,
Caughpawaga,
Spraker's Basin,
Canajoharie,
Bowman's Creek,
Little Falls,
Herkimer,
Frankfort,
UTICA,
Whitesboro,
Oriskany,
Rome,
Smith's,
Loomis',
Oneida Creek,
Canistota,
New-Boston,
Chittenango,
Manlius,
Orville,
Syracuse,
Liverpool,
Nine Mile Creek,
Canton,

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Jordan,

191 81 Weed's Basin,

6 197 87 Port Byron,

200 90 Montezuma, (Lakeport,) 6 206 96 Clyde,

11 217 107 Lyons,

226 116 Newark,

7 233 123 Palmyra,

8 241 131 Fullom's Basin,

13 254 144 Pittsford,

6 260 150 ROCHESTER,

10 270 160 Ogden,

12 282 172 Adam's Basin,

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175 Brockport,

290 180 Holley,

295 185 Newport,

10 305 195 Portville,

6 311 201 Oak Orchard,

4 315 205 Middleport,

6 321 211 Lockport,

12 333 223 Pendleton,

340 230 Tonewanda,

12 352

242 Black Rock,

8 360 250 BUFFALO,

3 363 253 CHAMPLAIN CANAL.

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DISTANCE FROM

NAMES OF PLACES.

Place to

place.

Albany.

Whitehall.

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COLLEGES. A Table of the several COLLEGES in the United States, in the order of time in which they were founded, with the location of each. When founded.

Colleges.

Location.
1638 Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.
1691 William and Mary, Williamsburg, Va.
1700 Yale College, New-Haven, Conn.
1738 Nassau Hall, Princeton, N. J.
1754 Columbia College, New-York, N. Y.
1755 University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Penn.
1764 Brown University, Providence, R. I.
1769 Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H.
1770 Rutgers College, Neio-Brunswick, N.J.
1783 Dickinson College, Carlisie, Penn.
1785 Charleston College, Charleston, S. C.
1785 University of Georgia, Athens, Ga.
1791 Vermont University, Burlington, Ver.
1791 University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C.
1793 Williams College, Williamstown, Mass.
1794 Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Me.

Union College, Schenectady, N. Y.

Greenville College, Greenville, Tenn.
1800 Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vt.
1802 University of South Carolina, Columbia, S. C.

University of Ohio, Athens, O.

Jefferson College, Canonsburg, Penn.
1805 St. Mary's College, Baltimore, Md.
1806 University of Nashville, Nashville, Tenn.

Washington College, Washington, Penn.
1812 Hamilton College, Clinton, N.Y.

Washington College, Lexington, Va.
1814 University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.,
1815 Allegany College, Meadville, Penn.
1820 Waterville College, Waterville, Me.

Western University, Pittsburg, Pa.
1821 Amherst College, Amherst Mass.

Columbian College, Washington, D. C.
1822 Augusta Collogc, Augusta, Ken.
1824 Miami University, Oxford, O.
1825 Geneva College, Geneva, N. Y.
1826 Washington College, Hartford, Conn.
1828 Western Reserve College, Hudson, O.
1828 Blooming College, Bloomington, Ind.

Hampden Sidney College, Prince Edw. county, Tir.
East Tennessee College, Knoxville, Tenn.
Transylvania University,

Ken.
Madison College,

Penn
Kenyon College, Worthinglon, a.
Danville, Danville, Ken,

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REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY.

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There are 45 COLLEGES in the UNITED STATES. The number in each state may be found in the following table: Maine, 2 District of Columbia,

1 New Hampshire,

1 Virginia, Vermont,

2 North Carolina, Massachusetts,

3 South Carolina, Rhode Island,

1 Georgia, Connecticut,

2 Tennessee, New-York,

4 Kentucky, New-Jersey,

2 Ohio, Pennsylvania,

7 Indiana, Maryland,

There were founded in the United States, from

1638 to 1700,
1700 to 1800,
1800 to 1828, inclusive,

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BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW-YORK. On the first of May, 1784, certain persons were appointed by the Legislature of the state to superintend the interests of education, under the title of Regents of the University.

Enos T. Throop, Lt. Gov. AND ACTING Gov. Ex Officio.
Simeon De Witt, Albany, CHANCELLOR OF THE BOARD.

Elisha Jenkins, Columbia county..
Joseph C. Yates, Schenectaily.
Samuel Young,
James Thompson,

Saratoga county.
Peter B. Porter, Erie county.
John Greig, Canandaigua.
Gulian C. Verplanck, New-York.
Edward P. Livingston, Columbia county.
John Sudam, Ulster county.
Stephen Van Rensselaer,
John Lansing,
Harmanus Bleecker,
James King,
Peter Wendell;

>Albany.
Jesse Buel,
Benjamin F. Butler,
John K. Paige,
Gerritt Y. Lansing,

The first Chancellor of the Board was GEORGE Clintos, who was appointed in 1787.

The present Chancellor of the Board was chosen a Regent in 1798.

Francis BLOODGOOD, Esq. has been Treasurer from 1798 to this time.

Gideon Hawley, Esq. has been Secretary from 1814 to this time.

COLUMBIA COLLEGE.

This College is established in the City of New York, and was founded in the year 1754, by Royal Charter, at which time it was called King's College. It received its present name in 1787.

Hon. William A. Duer, LL. D. President.

Rev. John McVickar, D.D., Professor of Moral Philo., Rhet. and Belles Letters.

James Renwick, LL. D., Pofessor of Nat. and Exper. Philosophy and Chemistry.

Nathaniel F. Moore, LL. D., Professor of the Greek and Latin Languages.

Honry J. Anderson, M. D., Professor of Math. and Astronomy. Charles Anthon, A. M., Professor of Languages and Anc. Geo.

Rev. Antoine Verren, A. M., Professor of the French Language and Literature.

Trustees.
Hon. William A. Duer, LL.D., Right Rev. John Henry Hobart,
D.D., Clement C. Moore, David B. Ogden, William Johnson, Ed-
ward W. Laight, John R. Murray, Beverly Robinson, Thomas L.
Ogden, Nicholas Fish, John T. Irving, David S. Jones, Peter A.
Jay, John Duer, Rev. Benjamin T. Onderdonk, D. D., Lynde
Catlin, Rev. Jonathan M. Wainwright, D. D., Philip Hone, John
Watts, Charles King, Rev. James M. Matthews, D. D., Samuel
Boyd.

Commencement.--First Tuesday in August.
Vacation. From Commencement, to ist Monday in October.

There were 20 Graduates at this College in August, 1829.

GENEVA COLLEGE. This College is located in the village of Geneva, in the county of Ontario, and was founded in the year 1825. It has a Library of 390 Volumes.

Rev. John Reed, D, D., President.
Commencement.--First Wednosday in August.

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