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TAXES.

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The amount of Taxes assessed on the Real and Personal Estates in the City of Boston, for the past six years, has been as follows:

1 851.

Valuation of Real Estate,

$109,358,500 00 Valuation of Personal Estate,

78,588,500 00 Total Valuation,

$187,947,000 00 At $7 per $1,000, is

$1,315,629 00 No. of Polls, 28,445, at $1.50 each, is

42,667 50 Total Tax for 1851,

$1,358,296 50 Increase over 1850, viz.; Property, Real, $4,265,100 00, being 4.058 per cent.

Personal, 3,681,400 00, 4.914

Total, $7,946,500 00, being 4.414 per cent. . Increase of Polls,

1.524

447,

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Valuation of Real Estate,

$110,699,200 00 Valuation of Personal Estate,

76,980,800 00 Total Valuation,

$187,680,000 00 At $6.40 per $1,000, is

$1,201,152 00 No. of Polls, 28,983, at $1.50 each, is

43,474 50 Total Tax for 1852,

$1,244,626 50 Increase on Real over 1851, $1,340,700 00 Decrease on Personal over 1851, 1,607,700 00 Net decrease,

$267,000 00

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$116,090,900 00

90,423,300 00 $206,514,200 00 $1,569,507 92

44,938 50 $1,614,446 42

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Total Valuation, -
At $7.60 per $1,000, is
No. of Polls, at $1.50 each,

Total Tax for 1852, Increase over Real Estate, 1852,

$5,391,700 00 Increase over Personal Estate, 1852,

13,442,500 00 $18,834,200 00

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Valuation of Real Estate,
Valuation of Personal Estate,

Total Valuation, -
At $9.20 per $1,000, is
No. of Polls, at $1.50 each,

Total Tax for 1854, Increase over Real Estate, 1853,

- $11,639,300 00 Increase over Personal Estate, 1853,

8,859,700 00 $20,499,000 00

$127,730,200 00

99,283,000 00 $227,013,200 00 $2,088,521 44

46,701 00 $2,125,222 44

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Valuation of Real Estate,
Valuation of Personal Estate,

$136,351,300 00

105,580,900 00 $241,932,200 00 $1,816,877 94

47,403 00 $1,910,280 94

Total Valuation, At $7.70 per $1,000, is 31,602 Polls, at $1.50 each,

Total Tax for 1855, Increase over Real Estate, 1854,

- $8,621,100 00 Increase over Personal Estate, 1854

6,297,900 00 $14,919,000 00

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Valuation of Real Estate,
Valuation of Personal Estate,

Total Valuation,

$143,681,700 00

105,480,800 00 $249,162,500 00 $1,993,300 00

49.461 00

$2,042,761 00

At $8.00 per $1,000, is 32,974 Polls, at $1.50 each,

Total Tax, 1856,Increase of Real Estate over 1855,

$7,330,400 00 Loss of Personal Estate from 1855,

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CITY DEBT AT DIFFERENT PERIODS. 1846 - January 1st,

$1,085,200.00 1847

1,033,766.00 1848

1,112,906.00 1849

1,354,332.00 1850

1,623,823.00 1851

1,756,000.00 1852

1,714,298.44 1853

1,746,510.39 1854

1,886,459.55 1855

2,367,594.21 1856

2,337,188.66 1857

Ordinary Debt, $2,631,688.66
Water Debt, 5,229,961.11
Consolidated Debt,

$7,861,649.77

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REAL AND PERSONAL ESTATE.

The following Table shows the value of the Real and Personal Estate, with the number of persons assessed, from the year 1794, and every subsequent fifth year, to 1851.

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1799. 1804. 1809. 1814. 1819. 1824... 1829. 1834.. 1839. 1844. 1849. 1851., 1856.

Dollars. 3,224,100 13,753,000 19,712,000 17,871,400 22,795,800 27,303,800 36,963,800 43,140,600 58,577,800

Dollars. 3,766,200 15,328,300 16,617,200 15,164,800 16,583,400 22,540,000 24,104,200 31,665,200 33,248,600 46,402,300 71,352,700 78,588,500 105,480,800

Dollars, 6,990,300 29,081,300 36,329,200 33,037,200 39,379,200 49,807,800 61,068,000 74,805,800 91,826,400 118,450,300 174,180,200 187,947,000 249,162,500

3,600 5,230 5,772 6,617 7,851 10,980 13,311 15,652 18,151 24,817 32,396 33,183 38,388

72,048,000 102,827,500 109,358,500 143,681,700

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Modes and Times of Appointment of the Various City Officers.

By virtue of an Ordinance, which passed the City Council of Boston, March 5th, 1856, all City Officers required by the City Ordinances to be elected or appointed by the concurrent vote of the City Council, or to be appointed by the Mayor, by and with the advice and consent of the Board of Aldermen, excepting those officers, the time of whose election or appointment is otherwise prescribed by the Statutes of the Commonwealth ; also, excepting the Treasurer, Auditor and Assessors, shall be elected or appointed, as the case may be, on the first Monday of January, in each year, or within sixty days thereafter.

The officers comprised in the above exceptions are elected at the times and in the modes following. Assessors and Assistant Assessors Concurrent vote,

March.
Sealers of Weights and Measures - May-
or and Aldermen,

March and April.
Inspectors of Ballast and Weighers of
Lighters — Concurrent vote,

March and April.

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